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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 21 February 1992

g Southeastern Conference Ban on Tobacco V . J- 1 h.. W IB "VS ' WCffii s Jfe rAKES A SHOT Edwards goes up for two against the McMurry Indians (photo by HSU Sports) Cowboys Sweep Austin College The Hardin-Simmons Cowboys overcame early deficits in both games of Saturday's doubleheader with Austin College but rallied to take a 7-3 win in the opener and held off a late Kangaroo rally for a 6-3 win in the nightcap. The wins gave HSU a sweep of the three game TIAA series. HSU (5-2 5-1) used a five run fifth to overcome a 3-2 Austin College lead in the opener on RBI doubles by Mike Christoff and Jeff Howie and asacrifice fly by Keller freshman Toby Martinez. Austin College aided the Cowboy rally with a hit batter and two errors by the Roos firstbaseman Shane Montgomery. Freshman Roy Miller (1-0) a righthander from Arlington Martin overcame a shaky start to go the distance for his first collegiate victory. He gave up three hits in the first including a two run double to Shane Montgomery b...

Publication Title: Brand Of Hardin-Simmons University, The
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 21 February 1992

pigeftiS TIAA NEWS Conference Standings as of Feb. 16 School W L Pet. U. of Dallas 6 2 .750 H.Payne 4 2 .667 HSU 5 3 .625 McMurry 3 5 .375 Sul Ross St. 3 5 .375 Austin C. 2 6 .250 Over all Standings School W L Pet. HSU 13 9 .590 U. of Dallas 12 12 .500 McMurry 11 14 .440 Austin C. 9 16 .360 H.Payne 5 16 .238 Sul Ross St. 4 17 .190 INDIDUAL LEADERS Scoring PlayerSchool G Pts. Avg. Brakel.SRSU 21 589 28. Edwards HSU 22 370 16.8 GramlyUD 24 403 16.8 Bulter.HPU 9 150 16.7 Hogue.McM 24 380 15.8 BeardenSRSU 21 326 15.5 Easley.HSU 22 330 15. Rebounds PIayerSchool G No. Avg. Nelson HSU 21 226 10.8 ButlermHPU 9 79 8.8 Hartsell.UD 15 120 8. EasleyHSU 22 161 7.3 BeardenSRSU 21 153 7.3 A LOOK AHEAD IN BASKETBALL 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 N AIA Division H District VIII Tournament Cupid's Arrow Strikes True Valentine's weekend proved to be heartbreaking for some as the HSU Cow- gir...

Publication Title: Brand Of Hardin-Simmons University, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 28 February 1992

The Brand ininni lW1""...l.'I'!l!i.!!' MMMMU1HMM UMMMWUMUtUNMHil Former Journalist to Read Short Story at Hardin-Simmons Lynna Williams a 1969 Abilene High School graduate will give a reading on Monday March 9 in the Multi-purpose room in the Johnson Building. Her visit is sponsored by the department of English at Hardin- Simmons. Williams will hold an informal question and answer session from 4- 5 p.m. She will read one of her short stories and a portion of her novel from 7:30-8:30 p.m. Both sessions are free and the public is invited to attend. Williams an assistant professor of English and Creative Writing at Emory University in Atlanta GA pursued a career in journalism after graduating from high school. She worked for the Abilene Reporter- News Fort Worth Star Telegram Dallas Morning News. She also covered the 1980 presidential inau- guration and other political events for the Minneapolis Star. In 1988 she became director of communications for the Minnesota Department of Human S...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 28 February 1992

Opim AV.V.V.VwAWAWMWhNWAVWAW.SV.V.V.VA Xv.v.vXv' r.v.v .W.SW XXXX'X;X;X:X:Xv VA'V"''V'VAVVV"V'V'V'VAVAVVVAVAVVVAVVAV fcltfci. II1 "- . . . T . . . . IJ ..... .-.- .J .......J... ........... I apologize tor my editorial not livingupto its usual par of excellence this week. You see I have been rising at five every morning for the past week. The recession has hit me rather hard and I have had to seek gainful employment. I finally got a job mopping the floors at a blood bank...its definitely not a job for the faint at heart. As is my usual I began to ponder (while I was on my break of course) as to whose faultthis whole recession mess was. What I mean is how far does the buck go? Is itthe President's fault? The military's? CM.'s? All of these sounded like good candi- dates but I decided to do a little personal investigation. What I un- .......y...... . . ............ . covered was that it was in fact none of the above. Turns out the entire fault for causing the recession lies on the sho...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 28 February 1992

llpagP3 HmrdfcTwrrM'rrrrw inn i nm!HintT!nmn m V.V.'.V.'.VJ.'.'.V.'.1.'.'.'.1.1.'.'.1.'.1.1.1.'.1.1.1.'.1.1.1.1.1.1.'.1.1.1.1.1.1 'AW77AT?.Ty.T?Al'...'.'.v.y.;. VXK '''""'''''-''''''''''''''''''''''''''"""""v Student mssmmm jjjiiiMYi"iYiYViMiWfc Concerning Wayne Nolan's edi- torial on dispensing condoms on the HSU campus I have several reactions: 1) It is not the clear moral choice that Nolan would have you to believe. Would putting condom machines on- campus condone premarital inter- course? If not explicitly condoning it certainly would be so implicitly. 2) It is not the answer to AIDS or any other venereal disease. Statisti- cally 10 percent of latex condoms break. If you knew that the person whom you were intimate with had AIDS would you "go all the way" even if there was only a 10 percent chance of getting AIDS? Also inter- course is not the only way of getting the disease. Cold sores cuts or breaks in the skin or blisters could transfer the disease. 3) Dispensing condoms on ca...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 28 February 1992

lEeiiures: : page 4 Houston becomes a Hot Hangout for Photographers at Festival HOUSTON TX-FOTOFEST '92 one of the world's largest and most compre- hensive photography festivals will be come" the "Hottest Hangout in Houston" March 7-April 5 1992. For one month the George R. Brown Convention Center will be the place to see and be seen. There will be non-stop nightly activities including performing arts productions by the Houston Ballet Academy Houston Grand Opera Studio Houston Symphony ensemble and The Alley Theatre. There will be gallery openings parties films by world famous photographers and opportunities to meet Exercise Essential for Heart Health According to the National Heart Blood and Lung Institute most research has found that compared to physically active people inacative people have 1 1 2 to 2 times the risk of having a heart attack. Research has also shown that inac- tive people are three imes more likely to die immediately after a heart attack than active people. Regula...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 28 February 1992

News & Features Hair-Raising Terminology for College Do's 5AIN KAhAbL aiit. ;--boronty reference to today's version of a crew- Bob is not some misguided freshman cut. Mall Hair which needs no further and Nice Do is not a compliment. description is also known as Big Hair a That's the word from Supercuts Inc. carryover from high school. It is defi- on the latest hairstyles among college nitely out of style in college students. Other descriptions: "Students come in asking for all kinds FRAT DO: The man's GQ look usu- of cuts and styles using all kinds of auy short neatly cut and combed terminology" said Karen Anderson di- ZIPPER HEAD: Hair parted down rector of communications for Supercuts. the middle. You figure. NICE DO: A slam on unattractive styles usually followed by the word- NOT! SHRUB HEAD: Haircuts that re- pageS "Our stylists satisfy most requests with- out hesitation. Sometimes however we've got to better define our terms with- out splitting hairs." For example Sorority ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 28 February 1992

IIISraUHiH Woman Found Slain in Student Office at California University BERKELEY Calif. (CPS)-University of California at Berkeley police have no leads in the slaying of a young woman whose body was found in a student gov- ernment office. A janitor discovered the body of Berkeley student Grace Rualo Asuncion 20 in the fifth-floor Filipino-American Alliance office in Eshleman Hall. Police said they believe Asuncion was stabbed several times in the neck with a pair of scissors a letter opener or a knife-they say they have not yet recovered the weapon. The woman's acquaintances told po- lice she attended a meeting of the Filipino-American Alliance at 5 p.m. on Feb. 7. Other members left after the meeting but Asuncion stayed in the office alone. Police say the janitor found her body at 9:20 p.m. Police have increased security in the building and say they will review campus security measures. "It scares me that this crime was so random. I fear for my safety. No one's safe" an unidentifie...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 28 February 1992

iIfeSelteis! Jury Acquits One in Fraternity Drug Raid CHARLOTTESVILLE Va. (CPS)--A jury has acquitted one of 12 University of Virginia students charged with dealing drugs after federal state and local police agencies raided three fraternity houses in March 1991. On Feb. 13 a jury found James A. Carter II not guilty after his defense at- torney argued that Carter was unfairly trapped by a paid government informant ClubChallenges Court Ruling on Admitting Women TRENTON NJ. (CPS)-Two exclusive Princeton University clubs have asked a federal court to hear their challenge to a state court ruling that has forced the so- cial organizations to admit women. U.S. District Court Judge John C. Lifland agreed and set the first hearing for March 4. Attorneys for the Princeton eating clubs the Tiger Inn and the Ivy Club say that the requirement to admit women into the clubs violates the groups' right of free association guaranteed in the First Amendment The controversy came about more than a decad...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 28 February 1992

BiteBK Bus May Have Been Traveling Too Fast Investigators Say SOUTH BEND Ind. (CPS)The Na- tional Transportation Safety Board in- vestigating a bus crash that killed two University of Notre Dame students re- turning from a swim meet says the ve- hicle may have been traveling too fast for road conditions. Investigators say the driver was not under the influence of drugs nor did any mechanical problems contribute to the crash. The accident occurred on Jan. 27 in the midst of a blinding snowstorm as the Notre Dame women's swim team returned from a meet against Northwestern Uni- versity. Two freshmen died another was seriously injured in the accident The swim team resumed competition on Jan. 29. Campus Policeman Arrested in Death of University Student TOLEDO Ohio (CPS)-A University of Toledo police officer has been charged with the murder of a 19 year-old student Police said they found the body of Melissa Ann Herstrum face down in the snow at the university's Scott Park cam- pus about a...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 28 February 1992

N85WEHul IpIpiS LSD Makes Comeback on College Campuses By Amy Reynolds somal damage. However these were cially also have an experienced user who concerns of an earlier generation." serves as a "trip master." That person's That generation is the one now con- job is to monitor a group's use of the drug cerned about the growing trend of use and help "talk down" someone on a bad Although many thought the contro- especially by college students even trip. One effect of the drug is a high level (CPS) - LSD's kaleidoscope colors shapes and designs - as well as its darker sides - are revealing themselves again to college students in the 1990's. versial drug died with the hippie culture of the 1960's LSD is far from gone. "How did LSD creep out of Bohemia into an upper-middle class frenzy? It was advertising" said Dr. Daniel X. Free- though the increase in and overall use of of suggestibility. LSD is certainly nowhere epidemic pro- In 1943 discoverer Hofmann was the portions. first person to ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 28 February 1992

HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY Dace Activities For TMs Week: Final Weekend For Abner yTOS. SCHOOL OF MUSICV. DEPARTMENT OF THEATRE N. PRESENT Z-p AN ORIGINAL MUSICAL COMEDY VAN ELLIS THEATRE February 27-29 8:00 P.M. Adults $5.00 Students $3.00 Young Indy worth watching? by Tara Tremaine Movie makers are now turning their big screen successes into television series. Could this be a new trend? It's possible. If George Lucas' The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles which premieres March 4 on ABC is as popular as his Indiana Jones feature films television executives should prepare themselves for an onslaught of more ideas for movie to television series. In fact the ball is already rolling for the series premiere of Little Man Tate now being cast. Jodie Foster who directed the feature film might di- rect some of the episodes. The Indy series is based on the nar- ration of a 93-year-old Indiana Jones who tells stories of his youth which be- come the action of the show. In the two- hour premiere vie...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 28 February 1992

(Indy continued from page 10 ) George Lucas the brain child behind the Indiana Jones saga as well as the Star Wars films claims that the show is more of an "intellectual coming of age story than an actionadventure show." But how well will that hold up with viewers who are probably expecting more of the lat- ter? Remember the television series about Elvis' life hmmm. Well I have faith in Lucas' creativity but Harrison Ford's Indy is a tough act to follow. INNOCENT BYSTANDER. ONLY YOU CAN PREVENT FOREST FIRES. f BBRBBI H :.: Or:TiqeSi:;;;;::;;;;;;:;: :seightnom "uf oWKipiffi . . Jtjs; pvkward ' ffiatja "jbest director 'fiomipS'w " piicfi$rF tmMiiSs;:ce ; .;. ; v; Tp .f Vt . t v; v;.t v u v. v. v v. X v. v i'X'X v. v a v. vX v a v a v a v vtt. v.. v vl caa 7oo -tfeu&Nettio ! -WMe-flteTRe skiA' 111 wexe 1A2-Y. $ok... && Of I TTWf If AW C'W0r4A?A0.. Ill useefc&NOTfc... itwusiii jJlillillLiil''' '. ' tt '" II ' " " "'"" - ---- -M Coming In March to Behrens Auditorium Wi bh...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 28 February 1992

iilll ft&mwJ.v;vvXNXWN OutdoorWorkshop Moves to Brownwood im By Dr. Merlin Morrow For the past ten years the Physical Education Departmenthas conducted a May Term class in Outdoor Education at the Zephyr Baptist Camp on Lake Corpus Christi. Almost 300 students have learned to sail canoe skect shoot and leam the fine art of field and target archery in a wonderful outdoor setting. This year the Outdoor Education Workshop will be moved to the 4-H Camp on Lake Brownwood. This camp is owned and operated by Texas A & M University. It is in a beautiful location overlooking the lake and it is only 70 miles from Abilene. The facilities and equipment at this camp will much better fit our needs as well as being closer to the HSU campus. The workshop will begin on Sunday May 17 and will end on Saturday May 23. The only prerequisite is that the student must be able to swim. The format for the workshop will be the same as in the past. The main activities taught will be sailing canoeing ri...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 28 February 1992

Sports page 13 Home Court Advantage Could be the Difference in HSU-HPU Playoff Tilt By Kevin Carson The Cowboys secured the home court advantage for Saturday's NAIA District VIII playoff contest against Howard Payne by the slimmest of margins and a boost by the HSU student body could help propel the Pokes past the Yellow Jackets into a second round showdown with nationally ranked Tarleton State University. Hardin Simmons finished fourth in the final Dunkel ranking of the season with a rating of 26.8 just one tenth of a percentage point a head of Howard Payne (26.9). That one tenth of a percentage point spelled the difference as the top four teams are awarded the home floor in round one of the playoffs. "This is a revenge game for us" said Cowljoy coach Dennis Harp. "They beat us by one at our place but we were coming off a very physical game against Tarleton. We need Mabee Complex rocking Saturday. A win over Howard Payne could be a total school effort... our guys will give everythi...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 28 February 1992

Vassar Woman Athlete's Courage Wins Award ANAHEIM Calif. (CPS)--When Tracy Nichols a cross-country runner from Vasar College and victim of a rare nerve disorder won the Honda Inspira- tion Award at the Collegiate Woman athlete of the Year dinner it brought the house down. Nichols has suffered from pandysautonomia a disease that destroys nerve cells and blocks perspiration since she was 11. The disease that destroys nerve cells and blocks perspiration since she was 11. The disorder also causes dilated pubils even on sunny days. Nichols who dreamed of being a championship runner enlisted col- leagues literally to throw buckets of water on her along the course so that she would not overheat and collapse of heat stroke. Four years ago Vassar coach RonStonitsch said he was concered when told that he would have a disabled young woman training with him. But Nichols quickly established herself as a leader and "one of the best runners in the United States" he said. "She has a drive and goal"...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 10 March 1992

iilBBIlH The Brand HSS&wSM MiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiMiiyiuii Newman and Donald Honored at Annual Dinner Dr. George Newman professor of biology and Carol Donald administra- tive secretary to the dean of the School of Business were named as Faculty and Staff Members of the Year at the Faculty Staff Appreciation dinner held at the Abilene Civic Center on Thursday March 5. Chosen in popular vote by faculty and staff Newman and Donald were pre- sented a plaque and $500 cash award by HSU President Dr. Lanny Hall. Donald admitted in her acceptance speech "I hadn't planned on coming. I wanted to stay home and watch 'Knots Landing'" Later she added she would not miss any future dinners. Newman who served three terms as president of the HSU faculty came to HSU in 1967. He is retiring at the end of the Spring semester to devote time to his ranching interests. The award winners identities were kept confidential until the dinner. The FacultyStaff Appreciation Dinner is sponsored by the HSU Alumni Ass...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 10 March 1992

OpimoiiMitbfiai Spill - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - T - - - r - 1 1 1 i - i i n 1 1 irYWa i r V i r - - - - - They're out to get you! paign are abortion crimeviolence and county you must have voted early or Who you may ask as you look social security. Haveyou thought about plan to be in your county on the day of around you for little men in white these issues? the election. Remember the upcom- suits carrying a straight jacket. Well As a voter you need to consider ing primary on Tuesday March 10. actually it's not men from the "funny each candidate individually and make HSU students registered in Taylor farm;" it is the candidates who are intelligent choices. Each candidate has County canvote in the Mabee Athletic out to get you--and your vote. good and bad points. You must pri- Complex. The polls will close at 7 Students are a particularly hard oritize the issues you see as important P-m- If vou miss this opportunity group to get votes from in the eyes of and compare them to the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 10 March 1992

liiiiSiOTffiairoSl pm'wwtwMHtMMimiHiMwtTtwftiMMfmwttw ttmfiwtiMMiimiMimiwmmittfimuMMiiMMmfummw w..sx.:A::::::a.v.B.v...v.sv..A:v clilorial llPMWM(Mi MiWMAAAAAAMMMMMMMMabMaMrtriMAMMMMAMMAWMMMMUbM Famous Faces at HSU Two months of waiting and I've finally hit pay dirt. Two months of reading over-sized textbooks with microscopic print typing 50 page term papers and pulling my night job of K.P. duty at the urinologist office. I have in my hand: a one way ticket to anywhere I want to go. My only problem is deciding what to do. Should I go bobsledding in the Adirondacks? Crash a series of Tupperware parties? Go truck stop hopping trying the blue plate specials? I must admit I had a hard time deciding and then it hit me. Who's my favorite singer of all time?... The man who gave us "Mama's Don't Let Your Babies Grow Up to Be Cowboys" as well as "Seven Spanish Angels." Why Willie Nelson of course. Having this inspiration I called up some of the guys in the old fan club and before I knew it w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 10 March 1992

OpinMliilB.Siil HililM Rich Republicans-The Myth of March by Missy Bates As the time comes once again for the United States to decide who its elected leaders will be for the next four or six years (depending on the race) once again we are being subjected to endless commercials literature and editorials (like this one) slinging mud at either a candidate or one of the parties. Last week while I was working on the student's poll for President (of the USA) I heard from more than one student that if they voted Republican they would be voting for the "rich." One of the national news programs was also proclaiming the gluttony of the 1980s was due to Reagan's tax cuts for the rich and kissing up to big business. I know that there are a lot of stretched truths by both parties this time of year but I think that the "Republicans are only forthe rich and big business" argument has gone around one too many times. MostRepublicans these days have the same problems as you me and the unemployed work...

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