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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Reata — 7 April 1983

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Reata — 7 April 1983

PROFESSOR PROFILE Writer fuses Spanish sports in Cowboys' history By Frank Beesley Who is the greatest Dallas Cowboy fan on the Hardin- Simmons campus? From a rather unexpected location the office of the head of the Foreign Language Department come rumblings of Cowboy mania that imply the presence of serious addiction there. The occupant of that office is Dr. Joe Alcorta whose long-time interest in "America's Team" has Inspired him to begin work on a history of the team. "They're not Just America's team" says Alcorta. "They're favorites in Mexico as well." On Thursday before spring break Alcorta Interviewed "the only head coach the Cowboys ever had" Tom Landry. "Landry is a fine Christian gentleman" Alcorta reports. This Impression came from an especially friendly reception and assurances that the Cowboys were making changes to guarantee a winning 1983-84 season. The beginning of the season in September is the target date for completion of the book which Alcorta hopes will find a st...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Reata — 7 April 1983

Close-up By Cheryl Anthony Just as he has overwhelmed audiences for years with his screen acting Charlton Heston In person held an Abilene audience in awe March 11. The thundering resonance of his voice and height of his stature alone are impressive. But the eloquence and depth of his speech appealed more to the minds and hearts of those gathered. Greeted with several seconds of warm applause Heston graciously stepped to the podium in Behrens Chapel-Auditorium. "That's lovely" he said. "Thank you very much. It's the sweetest sound an actor can hear." Brought to Hardin-Slmmons by the Cullen Fund for Faculty Enrichment Heston was introduced by Dr. George Knight Cullen committee chairman. Dressed in a conservative blue suit with a white shirt and burgundy tie the actor's image that night reflected his career as a public servant in social and political affairs. He has participated in government agencies such as the President's Council on Youth Opportunities and was a member of the Natio...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Reata — 7 April 1983

'You've got to stay in the chariot Charlton Heston During his address Heston expounded on his views concerning man and his relationship to the world. Later in an Interview with the Brand he commented on his views concerning man's relationship God and His Son an uncommon man. "I've played prophets from both Testaments" he said Including John the Baptist In The Greatest Story Ever Told and Moses In The Ten Commandments. "I believe man's relationship to God should be worked out between him and God" he said. "As has been observed there are many houses In His mansion." He added. "And obviously I'm a Christian. And I don't have any firm opinions as to which house a man should inhabit." Heston believes in exploring the human condition through history and he thoroughly researches the characters he becomes on stage. "I'm convinced history Is the only subject finally" he said. Answering a question from the audience he said the reason he became an actor is that he just likes to pretend to be p...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Reata — 7 April 1983

NEWS ' P -" r Tuition fees to increase $95 By Cheryl Anthony Effective May 30 tuition Has been set at $92 per semester hour plus a total of $95 In specific fees for full-time students at HSU according to University President Dr. Jesse C. Fletcher. Current charges are $82 per hour plus a general fee of $10 per semester hour. Although the cost per hour remains the same "full-time students will pay ap- proximately 6.5 percent more than they currently are paying" Fletcher said. Trustees voted to approve the restructuring of tuition and fees in executive committee action March 18. They also approved an average increase of 6.7 per cent for room and board. Fletcher calledhe restructur- ing a "breakthrough In pricing." Increases in tuition and fees will be tied together in the future. Specific fees which total $95 are $24 for matriculation in- cluding registration and records; $38 for activities such as attendance at athletic and cultural events; and $33 for ser- vices such as health securi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Reata — 7 April 1983

NEWS Mission trip to Colorado opens doors for ministry Four Inches of snow on the ground In Amarillo did not stop 65 Hardln-Slmmons students during spring break week who were head- ed toward 13 churches in Colorado to lead revival services in the PuebloCanyon City area. This was not the first time students from HSU had par- ticipated In such a mission trip. Palmer McCown director of religious activities said students from this campus have taken mis- sion trips during spring break for the last 25 years mostly to central and southern Indiana. The switch was made from Indiana to Col- orado according to McCown because of the need for mission work there and the doors that were opening. Also cost was a factor In the decision since chartered buses are expensive. "The response from churches there was tremendous. I have heard only favorable comments from the pastors at the 13 chur- ches" said McCown. "The door is wide open now. Next year we should have 25 churches to go to and double the num...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Reata — 7 April 1983

NEWS HSU ex to sing April 7 H ' ;- -aaaaaitYC IIK H Christain recording artist Michael Murphy former HSU student returns to campus for a concert April 7 in Behrens auditorium. fpi ... i sag t& ' -" 35 V. !w ; - ' jp C) I vXj y r JhVJv i I Something lJ I if; Something S?J if J: . You. '- I gj Whether you want a diamond engagement f $ . ring that expresses the beauty of a past M tradition or the feeling of an exciting future ff ii ' you'll find it in the ArtCarved collection. Choose fjfc M from classic designs. Romantic designs. ' fl ff ! Dramatic designs. All in 14 karat gold and W fully warranteed. ; IKRVBT ; j c y-.rv iinna i HHn m r jhi --. i uuiib aa h lj ' - T I ) v By Cheryl Anthony Having launched a successful recording and concert career HSU ex Michael James Murphy will return to the Forty Acres April 7 to premiere a new album at his Chris- tian concert. Murphy left HSU In 1980 when he signed a contract with the Milk and Honey recording label. Three of the songs from the ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Reata — 7 April 1983

briefs Prereglstration Prereglstration for the fall 1983 semester will be April 11-15 In Moody Center. Only those who are currently enrolled will be allowed to prereglster for the fall accor- ding to the Registrar's Office. Class schedules for the fall are available In the Registrar's Office and contain procedures for prereglstration and regular registration. A Course Request Form must be obtained In the Registrar's Office and completed by students who plan to prereglster. The student's advisor must sign the Course Re- quest Form. Admissions hours HSU's Admissions Office has expanded its hours to accom- modate prospective students ac- cording to David Smith director of admissions. The office located on the first floor of Sandefer Memorial ill be open from 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday through Thursday and from 9 a.m. until 3 p.m. on Saturdays. Hours on Friday will be 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. A receptionist will be on hand each evening and an admissions counselor "most of the time" said Smith. "We...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Reata — 7 April 1983

Calvin Best Photographs A taste of the Old West will pervade the Forty Acres on April 22. This will be a day of campfires bootmaking Western Art downhome cooking branding horse shoeing and good old country music according to Dr. Lawrence Clayton dean of the College of Arts and Sciences. Clayton Western BflWWWWtSSfWlsr llfiW"-"" ' rmum 1 1 i i..i iT.ih.uhl iftiirL..i..j .i. jt . m mmj Mm whm jm "Tti fa BMr a Jtt BbbY a. .BLi t Mb . "' D--F F OBBBBBnnnnnnS mbhbhh?v -- nn 'K --tLf -- v - - - r TSHii (1 vavavavah sc vav Br 1 i iST t t. .j.ij. v m avavavai WAY. fVjf.iiBMUHlHlK k v & '4 a vlABTJBT:&.liSa! S '' VAwfc9T!!!AVAtt ? 1k wL$nBH9i lAWAVAWfl W i?nMh.MBK. J IrJ -JB i V.J9MBBHnBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBM JL V a i iflVilHTi: iWHW r' B' VT'iaiMir &h v"kVVISflBli3BBBB 1 H MyjwMt d C?a1bBva1hvaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaahvay T v A fcliKlPi jLtarfHIB AAP5wAr'lwWwfc. - viffliflH -? IhYaaabbvab AmAWAWAWv jt? Hjim) JQKV WAflnclaHAVAHWAuf 1 r1! "iw J T Jf FJhUW KwAAAABhbPE jWBBI WA...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Reata — 7 April 1983

"- t ' - ' -.i v l i"( j i Wv .-iii i!V NEWS W va 'Reata' and 'Corral' to appear in new slick magazine format By Cheryl Anthony Marking the premiere of. a new format for Student Publications at HSU the Corral and Reata will be distributed In a slick magazine for- mat in April. Each publication will be printed by Josten's American Yearbook Company on magazine size paper similar to the quality used for ma- jor magazines. "This Is the first time Hardin-Slmmons has produc-' ed publications through such a high quality medium' said Randy Armstrong Reata advisor. The Corral is an art and literary magazine published once each year. Reata a news magazine found- ed in 1981 appears onbe each month In tabloid newspaper size. The slick magazine format coheres with the original concept behind the publication said Armstrong and is more conducive to working creatively with contemporary magazine design. Other student publications are the Bronco yearbook and HSU Brand newspaper. Existence of The Simm...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Reata — 7 April 1983

CLOSE-UP 'Missionary kid' Liz Kimler's roots lie in Venezuelan culture 7 asked God to prepare me for the change but to enable me to hold to my standards.' By Judy Klncald Leaving home to enter college brings the pain of homesickness and transition for many people but the adjust- ment may be weighted with culture shock for one whose home Is in South America. Liz Klmler junior elementary education major and special education minor at Hardin- Simmons has had quite a different upbringing than most people her age. Liz knows first-hand what It Is like to be a missionary to live a long way from the United States in a different culture bringing the good news of Jesus Christ to many for the first time. Born In Caracas Venezuela she is the daughter of Southern Baptist missionaries to that country. Her parents who have been missionaries for 25 years had been on the mission field for three or four years when she was born. She held dual American and Venezuelan citizenship until she was 18 at whi...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Reata — 7 April 1983

COLUMNS ' "V Easter Story Carousel by Mark Keuthan Editor's note: In the afterglow of the Easter season Mark Keuthan Interprets the meaning of the risen Christ In this short story. Benjamin awoke softly In the hour before dawn and stared sleepily at the roof. He quickly thought through what he needed to do that day and then slowly let out a long breath before he moved. Benjamin pushed back the light covers and sat up quietly so as not to wake his wife who still lay breathing softly and evenly next to him. He looked over to see that she was still asleep and being assured smiled In the love he had ' for her. The gardener remembered he had much to do that day because of a dark thunderstorm on Friday. He got up to dress. The dark-haired dark-eyed and deeply tann- ed young man took in a deep draught of the sea breeze as he walked out into the dark morning. He stood in the front door of his home as he In- termittently blew Into a cup of strong hot tea and sipped it. After a few moments he...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Reata — 7 April 1983

COLUMNS Three Mile Island Jack Anderson and Joe Spear United Feature Syndicate mvsm - - Last week marked the fourth anniversary of the accident at the Three Mile Island nuclear power plant. That near-disaster scared a lot of people and It made millions of Americans think twice about the rosy assurances they had gotten over the years on the safety of nuclear power. . The Three Mile Island Incident also scared the pin strip pants off nuclear power industry executives. They could see their contracts and their jobs disappearing in a puff of radioactive steam. And In fact the nuclear power industry has gone into a steep decline since Three Mile Island. But the industry is fighting back with a $30 million promotion campaign on television and In newspapers. That of course is their right. But here's the rub: The nuclear power big shots want the consumers to pay for their efforts to persuade the public that nuclear power is good. If they have their way the cost of their pro- paganda campaign...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Reata — 7 April 1983

Amid all the homework part-time jobs and social commitments many HSU students still take time to Involve themselves In spring In- tramural activities. In semi-finals Intramural soccer playoffs Malakas beat Alpha Phi Omega 3-2 In double- overtime while the Missionary Kids clipped Tau Alpha Phi 2-1. APO In the first game opened with a 2-0 lead. However the Malakas' Joe Alvarez scored two points In the second half to send the game Into over-time. The winning point was decided by a penalty kick. Next on the Intramural agenda is men's and women's softball. On Friday April 8 at 4 p.m. Basketball Players vs. Cowboy Band; at 5 p.m. Turkeys I vs. Greywack; and at 6 p.m. APO vs Kappa Black. Sports Plus HSU's Mike Anderson obviously beats the ball to first base in a dive for safety. The Pokes won two of three games against Nlcholls State Baseball action University April 2 on the new Cowboy diamond. Next home game will be April 13 against Texas Tech University. (Calvin Best photo) By Klmo Kelii...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Reata — 7 April 1983

Sports Plus 1983 Border Olympic Champions: The spring women's tennis players are (front row from left) Carol Hefler Cheryl Nowlin (back row from left) Valerie Michelon Stacey Sargent Karen Hawthorne and Leann Land. Netters smash South Plains Cowgirls beat East Texas State University of Texas-San Antonio and Houston Baptist for the first place trophy in the Border Olympic competi- tion. (Calvin Best photo) Snapping a three-game losing streak at home on April 2 the men's tennis team beat South Plains College 6-3 while the women's team blasted South Plains 8-1. The Cowgirls are on a six-game winning roll with a 13-3 record. "I'm not at all surprised with the women's team record and things are starting to turn around psychologically for the men's team" said Coach Joe Williams. "The victory for the men's team has instilled confidence which they really needed" he said. The Cowboys lost March 10 on the road to University of Texas-San Antonio 5-4. March 11-12 in the Border Olym- pics held i...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Reata — 7 April 1983

Sports Plus sports report Woman's tennis The Cowgirls will also play in the HSU Pender Tournament April 15-16. After play- ing at ACU April 20 the team will travel to Dallas on April 22 to com- pete in the NAIA District playoffs. Men's volleyball ' The Cowboys will host University of Texas-San Antonio Centenary University of Arkansas-Little Rock Samford and Mercer April 15-16 in the First Annual Cowboy Invita- tional in Mabee Complex. Men's tennis The team has in- vited Texas Wesleyan University of Texas-San Antonio and Odessa College to participate in their An- nual Pender Tournament slated for April 15-16. On April 20 the Cowboys will challenge city foe at Abilene Christian University. Orienteering Winning the Regional Orienteering Meet Is becoming a tradition for the HSU team which captured its fourth ti- tle March 26-27 in Houston. Ac- cumulating the most points in the meet HSU took first place out of 15 teams. Jon Wheeler placed third in the men's division and Sandra Kitt- plac...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Reata — 7 April 1983

Sports Plus Rifle team begins with a victory As a first-year NCAA sport at Hardln-Slmrnons Coach Tom Reneau said "the rifle team Is com- peting well In games and with the experience they're gaining this season next year's team looks great since the entire squad will be returning." The rifle team opened their 1983 season at home with a victory over Pan American by scoring the most shots 1707 to 1567. The team lost to Texas A&l in Klngsville Feb. 26 1922 to 1666. Concluding their spring season the team Will compete in the Eastern New Mexico University Ri- fle match April 16 in Portales N.M. Men's spikers have potential but lose to UT "We needed to talk more. The University of Texas-Austin men's varsity volleyball team beat us because of lack of communica- tion." That's how Assistant Coach Larry Moreno explained the Cowboys' defeat on April 5 to the Longhorns 15-11 and 15-8 in Austin. Moreno added that the team had the potential and talent to beat UT- Austln but because of lack of ...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Reata — 7 April 1983

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