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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Reata — 19 September 1983

.Wift!slpir .mmnjpMwwwfr hi Mmy swk '0itift.mtm NEWS !t-'W -4 3 'I Promising future Great opportunity for staff This Is a brand new year with a brand new staff. The paper is a little late coming out this Fall because of all the new people and as we tried to get oraganized. In the coming weeks a paper should come out weekly on Fall Chapel Schedule September 20 Dr. James Cooper September 22 Student Congress Information Assembly September 27 Palmer McCown September 29 To be arranged October 4 Last Lecture Series October 6 Student Congress Student Forum October 11 John Kramp October 13 "I Saw the Wind" October 18 Love Company October 20 Freshman Talent Show October 25 Gammill and Murphy October 27 Queen's Coronation November 1 World Hunger Chapel November 3 Student Congress Veterans Day Assembly November 8910 CAMPUS REVIVAL Dr. Jesse C. Fletcher November 15 Dr. L. L. Morris November 17 To be arranged November 22 Dr. Russell Dilday November 29 Rev. Ron Mansdoerfer December 1 Jackson Elem...

Publication Title: Reata, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Reata — 19 September 1983

NEWS briefs Math society The Texas Eta Chapter of Kappa Mu Epsllon.thehatlonal mathematics honor -society at HSU will host a get ac- quainted party on Sept. 23 6:30 p.m. in the home of Dr. and Mrs. Edwin J. Hewett 2241 Minter Lane. All students who are Interested in mathematics are cordially invited to attend. The purpose and activities of the society will be explained and new members will recieve their shingles. Refreshments will be served. Chapter officers for 1983-84 include: Randall Bradshaw of Abilene presi- dent; Dana Allen of Irving vice- president; Linda Halre of Lubbock secretary; and Robbie Chesser of Abilene treasurer. Dr. Hewett and Dr. Charles Robinson are chapter sponsors. Mary Wagner is the corresponding secretary of the chapter. Social work club All students interested in social work activities are encouraged to attend a social work club organization meeting in room 208 of Moody Center at 7:00 p.m. Thurs. Sept. 22. The club's purpose is to communicate between faculty...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Reata — 19 September 1983

y 1 Library gets funds The Rupert N. Richardson Library of Hardin-Simmons has recieved $92000 for the purchase of books from a trust created 20 years ago according to Richard Styles vice president of univer- sity relations and development. The Melvia Poteet Campbell Trust has provided the funds in memory of Mrs. Campbell's daughter Willie Beatrice Campbell. "We're grateful for the generosity of the late Mrs. Campbell and very ap- preciative of the gift which will benefit our student body for many years to come" said Dr. Joe Dahlstrom director of the Richardson Library at HSU. HSU student killed This fall Hardin-Simmons will feel a great loss. Donna S. Drake a senior computer science major at HSU from Los Lunas N.M. was killed when a Beechcraft Bonanza in which she was a passenger crashed and burned after take-off on Aug. 20. Miss Drake 20 was traveling with her brothers from a family reunion. Also killed were former HSU student Richard E. Drake 23 of Lubbock Cedric P. Drake 39 of Al...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Reata — 19 September 1983

BSD Convention promises HSU students a challenge "One In Christ" Is th; theme for this year's Baptist Student Convention to be held at the Taylor County Exposition Colllseum beginning Sept. 30- Oct. 2. The meeting which is sponsored by the Baptist General Convention of Texas Is expected to attract any where from 3000-5000 people. "As far as students who are concerned about Christian things such as getting together to pray and fellowship this is the largest college group in the world" commented Palmer McCown HSU Baptist Student Union director. The first session of the convention will be a worship service starting at 7:00 p.m. Friday. The week-end will Include Bible studies music programs and seminars which will deal with social concerns such as drug and alcohol abuse world hunger and human rela- tionships. Bob Campbell pastor of Calvary Church In Garland will lead the Bible studies and Dick Hill minister of music at Fielder Road Church in Arl- ington will direct the music. A special ...

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

Pinson speaks at HSU annual Convocation HSU new summer study abroad program announced The "differences" at Hardin- Slmmons University are the reason people give financial support and in- creasing numbers attend Dr. William M. Pinson. executive director of the k - lexas oapusi executive toara declared at the university's 92nd an- nual convocation Sept. 1. Pinson described academic ex- cellence as being measured by "character quality of work sharing communicating and discipline." HSU is different because of the com- mitment of the faculty he added. Pinson also was convinced that "the average student finds what is comprehensible and the brilliant finds what is challenging." This he believes is the key to a successful education. "Baptists in this state believe in what is happening at HSU... what I God is doing. . .and we always will be committed so long as the institutions are what God committed them to be." Pinson stated. Texas Baptist churches give to HSU "voluntarily." Every Hardin- ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Reata — 19 September 1983

sink or swim BBpHHH? B jf BHBftfcslH BIBIBV B 1 H H H k H H story and layout by steve winkler H H V H Photos by calvin best and shawn mccloskey HHEKBBBBK uiHHBimHH BHHB? "BBL ! p'HBHB BHflb - H JHIH Rv 7B JJ-jrSSiKS&f.A BmSG&BnB&' Irafe IIIh ""JHiK 'rsbRSHshIHb i i hHBtshB KSm at Pbi isBKi? rHbkT IB3kBBE? IBHHHBIBBBBHBBBHBBBBHBBBHBBHBBiHBHIHHBBv-l 'jwr!TMK.J'aUBBI BTiflB V -- wMMwinwAM tfc tiTrfcMBik upper left: Briana Diehl and Deborah Rhoads look over Alpha lota Omega's display at last spring's IOC tea above: Michaella Lindsey and Julie Hanks discuss pledging and rush center: Julie Hanks studies the Phi Phi Phi scrapbook as Lisa Boyd pins on her name card. The IOC tea is set up for the individual girls sororities to give the prospective pledge a glimpse of their organization right: Tommy Gressett and David Page discuss tha various aspects of pledging to men who attended the Kappa Koffee this fall far right: Paul Gomez and a prospective pledge look at pictures in the Ta...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Reata — 19 September 1983

fun-time a short story by frank beesley "I'm sorry it has to be like this Luclen" Fred Bailey said. He didn't sound sorry. He licked his fleshy lips to cover the smirk that tried to form as he settled back in his executive chair. The massive chair resembled a leather throne and the walnut desk wrapped around It separated Bailey from ordinary folks whose financial affairs required them to have an audience with him. "Mr. Bailey you realize my shop is the only way I have to support myself. I'll be out of business--bankrupt!--if you forclose." "Now Luclen we really have no choice and you know it. Your little shop hasn't made enough to meet the mor tgage payment for the last five months. We've been quite patient but business is business. Besides folks do work for other people when they can't make It on their own yknow." Bailey's intercom buzzed a soft de- mand only gently disturbing the vault- like atmosphere of Bailey's office. "What is it Marlene?" "Mr. Meacham Is on line one sir. He w...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Reata — 19 September 1983

"What a bunch of garbage" Bailey remarked. "I can't see any advantage to going through a bunch of life's struggles just for a few minutes of fun." "Of course not" Day replied. "But consider this. If you had just enjoyed a pleasant time perhaps a family event or with a woman maybe you could re- experience it lmmedlately--as many times as you wished. These few moments of pleasure could not escape until you were ready. But then it's just a story anyway. And now I must be go- ing." Luclen stood up and shambled toward the door swinging the now- empty shopping bag. "Good day Mr. Bailey." "Good day Lucien. And thanks for the clock." Bailey sat and looked at the strange timepiece. "Silliest thing I ever heard" he said to himself. He lifted the clock and turned it over and around but found no place to wind it nor any door for installing batteries. "Wonder what makes the darn thing he IHHHMBi He recalled the reason for Day's be- -i Min- ing in his office and the thrill of his newly-acqulred--...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Reata — 19 September 1983

PROFESSOR PROFILE Coloratura proves West Texas myth unjustifiable Something In the guise of flat and dusty West Texas gives it the appearance of a land that produces little in the way of culture. It is a brand that perhaps once may have been true but is true no longer. Kathy McNeil is living proof of that. Hardin-Simmons University's resident coloratura soprano recently returned from an audition training program in Graz Austria. There amid a field of 180 international singers Ms. McNeil received first place in the Mobil Austria Meistersinger Contest. "It was a good experience" she said "but I wqs ready to come home." Texas is home to McNeil. She was born in Pampa and reared in Amarillo. Music is something that is in- bread within her she claims. Before most people know what an aria is she was singing them. "I started hum- ming when I was six months old" the singer stated. "When I was young I would walk around my neighborhood singing arias. People would ask me to come in and sing for...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Reata — 19 September 1983

COLUMNS Anderson Hall: the true untold story il lucubration steve winkler There is something special about the beginning of another school year. Maybe special is not the word 1 am looking for. I know that was not the word I was thinking of after my sixteenth load up three flights of stairs in an unalr-conditloned dormitory at five in the morning. Perhaps it was just the heat in the dorm but what I was thinking is unprintable. Moving back into the dorm reaffirmed a belief that I have held since my freshman year: Anderson Hall has existed from the beginning of time. There is something historical about the interior of the rooms. I believe it has something to do with the carving in my desk that reads "Adam and Eve were here" but I think it could go way beyond that. There are customs in Anderson Hall life that defy explanation or reason that I would like to attempt to explicate in this column. The Sharing Yes there is a good deal of sharing in this dorm that goes unnoticed by some. For i...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Reata — 19 September 1983

Sports Unlimited Danford assumes basketball coach position after Hatfield's resignation Jim Hatfield resigned as athletic director and head basketball coach at Hardin-Slmmons Univer- sity on August 31. Hatfield will return to the University of Ken- "tucky in Lexington where he will become assistant basketball coach. Dick D'anford Hatfield's assis- tant since June of 1982 has been named the new coach. Dr. Ross Johnson along with Wayne Fletcher will assume the athletic director's duties. Johnson will be athletic director for men's basketball while Fletcher will be the head of all other sports. Hatfjeld will be returning to the University of Kentucky as an assis- tant to Joe B. Hall. Hall's Wildcats are being picked by many experts to win the national championship this year Danford's coaching experience includes four years as head coach at Gulf Coast Community College and five years as head coach and athletic ' director at North Florida Junior College. Danford says he likes to play a r...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Reata — 19 September 1983

VI c Sports Unlimited fastbreak jimmy pogue On October 2 one of my favorite ballplayers of all time will retire. He will leave behind a string of records that any man would be proud of. In front of him lies his induction to the Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown N.Y. His number 8 will be retired by his team the Boston Red Sox. My hero is Carl Yastrzemskl. Yaz as he is so affectionately called by his peers and admirers has played for the Red Sox for 22 years. He is the last man to win baseball's Triple Crown. He owns the distinction of having the lowest batting average to ever win a bat- ting championship (.301). He is the on- ly left-handed batter to hit 400 Intramurals Report The 1983 intramural season has already gotten under way and flag foot- ball looks like a great race. The defending champion Kappa Phi Omega Rebels looks like the team to beat once again. The Rebels could be in trouble at quarterback with the loss of Tom Jones but Mark McMillan and David Page look ready to ta...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Reata — 19 September 1983

A little good news goes a Long Distance. "1f t. ffr Fm m m Kia - f-j ) lLl raw Land a job for next summer? Call home! Your parents will relish the thought of you making- money as opposed to spending it. rwk J rr ap Wkr i nnrt 2 i Hfltr :.. i : . jrvw nltti i .l 3PH w JiSr I ' JP7 MJ B57 -..... art JsT ."- Wi f Get a go grade on paper? Parents love to see proof that they raised a kid. If the whole dorm heaved a sigh of relief when you threw that last sock in the washing machine. . . then for you doing laundry is news. News that your Mom would be delighted to hear. You don't need a big event to call home. Even a Me good news can go a long long way. And nobody's more eager to hear about it than your family. You can call anyone in Texas between 11pm Friday and 5pm Sunday and talk 10 minutes for $2.52 Or less dependbg on where you call. So go ahead. When you've done something good snare the good newsf Reach out and touch someone. Southwestern Bell '& i t -9J- '. A " W ffwr 9 J TH ' f...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Reata — 28 October 1983

D. EMKv Reata October 28 1983 Liza Langston U N I V E R S I T Y Q U E E N

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Reata — 28 October 1983

&?. J' VUlW t &V fc-"-! dl' ' " . ' ..) .r" ? - Cf "Me "' 8 ' '' CONTENTS ft & Mit-.tA m-y- HH This week-end Is a much planned for event. The Reata would like to extend a special thanks to all parents of HSU students. Their involvment In school activities clubs and athletics brings honor to our campus. The above picture is taken from the Freshmen Talent Show. This student and many more as is evident during Sing shows an exceptional talent of performing. The talent show was filled with singing praises to God and humorous skits. This has been an exciting semester thus far. Many HSU students were involved in our first play of the year Emttzr whether acting being a stage hand or participating as an audience member. Many this week-end on the Forty Acres be an enjoyment for you as much as for the students you are visiting on campus. This month's Reata is a special Tribute to the parents' of the students at HSU and this issue will take the place of the regular Monday edition of...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Reata — 28 October 1983

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Reata — 28 October 1983

Columns Excitement spreads for Parents' Weekend Welcome Parents! Parents' Day is sponsored by Student Congress and the Student Association of HSU. Registration begins at 9 a.m. in Moody Center followed with a coffee hosted on the lawn by Student Founda- tion from 9:30-10:30. An assembly will be held in the morn- ing. The new HSU University Queen Liza Langston will be presented. Among the featured performers will be the honored Cowboy Band. Afternoon events begin will a barbe- que and then followed by a basketball scrimmage in Mabee Complex. The 23rd annual All-School Sing will be the highlight of the weekend. Sing is sponsored by the national music frater- nities Phi Mu Alpha and Sigma Alpha Iota. Performances will be held Friday and Saturday evenings beginning at 7:30 in Behrens Chapel. The show has developed into a showcase of the creativity of the groups that enter. "The quality has gone up" said Britt Yates Sigma Alpha Iota presi- dent. "People have put a lot more time and effor...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Reata — 28 October 1983

Columns Friends near or far are always still dependable Yippee it's finally here! The long awaited Parent's Week-end. A time when family and friends visit and rescue the poor college student from the mundane cafeteria cuisine. A time for catching-up on gossip and a time for students to proudly flaunt HSU and life at the Forty Acres. Being a transfer student I am anxiously awaiting my first premiere of Sing! My editors have been rushing to practice every evening only to return to the Publica- tion's Office to write their stories in the wee morning hours (2 a.m.) missing their deadline by leaps and bounds. Their jobs are at stake if Sing does not live-up to my expectations (and my expectations are high because 1 place a high value on the hours of sleep I've had to miss.) Parents and friends need to be aware of the countless hours of work and dedication that go into learning songs choreography building sets and fin- ding costumes. Reheresals last three to five hours nightly. One frat h...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Reata — 28 October 1983

Columns Janitorial editorial Jeff Baggett A letter says Writing an expression which can be a reflection miss you 3HB I'm In the shower and suddenly I feel tension all through my body. 1 am In a panic. I have an Idea I don't want to lose. I've got to get it down and need to do it now! Without bothering to dry off I jump from the shower rush out of the bathroom sprint full force through the living room hurdle over the couch and make my way to the kitchen. My hands fumble across the desk and knock over the pencil box. I grab a pen- cil but I can't find the paper! "Where's some paper!" 1 reach down into the trash and pull out a used envelope. I scratch down my thoughts filling both sides of the envelope with jumbled writing. After I have emptied myself I lay my dripping head down on the table and expel a breath "A-A-AHHH." I then pull myself out of the chair and walk into my bedroom to file the envelope away with the others. I try to decide under which category to file it: humor short s...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Reata — 28 October 1983

University Queen Beauty and Brains Reign at HSU Representative of HSU Queen will serve proudly Liza Langston was crowned Universi- ty Queen Thursday October 27 in a 9:30 a.m. coronation ceremony In Behrens Chapel Auditorium with Beth Longbotham Sarah Pogue Janette Taylor and Melody Watson compris- ing the Queen's Court. University Queen is one of the highest elected honors at Hardin- Simmons University. Her reign lasts one academic year in which she is introduc- ed and honored at many university functions. Students petition for nomina- tions and these five were selected from a field of honored senior women. Carolyn Elizabeth "Liza" Langston of Palestine the new HSU University Queen is a senior music education ma- jor. She hopes to teach music in elementary school then later do graduate study and teach voice either in college or in her home. Langston par- ticular enjoys contemporary Christian music. Langston is a member of Alpha Chi a national honor society and serves as vice-preside...

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