The Yellow Jacket (Brownwood, Tex.), Vol. 75, No. 17, Ed. 1, Saturday, February 27, 1988 Page: 2 of 4
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Financial Aid applications available
Financial aid applications for the 196849 school year
are available in the Office of Student Financial Aid
Room 109 Packer Administration Building. Financial
aid applications must be complete and in the Office of
Student Financial Aid by May 1 1968. Failure to have
financial aid applications in by this date could result in
no aid for the 196849 school year.
REMINDER: Keep a copy of your 1967 income tax
return. Financial aid applications require a signed
copy of the 1967 income tax return of every applicant.
In the case of a dependent applicant a signed copy of
the parent's 1967 income tax return is also required.
THE TAX REFORM ACT of 1966: SCHOLARSHIPS
The Tax Reform Act of 1986 substantially revised the
section of the Internal Revenue Code which defines
when funds received in the form of a scholarship are
excludable from income. The following are two of the
1. Only candidates for a degree may exclude any por-
tion of a scholarship from income.
2. Degree candidates may only exclude the amount of
scholarship awards up to the aggregate of tuition and
required fees books and equipment. Awards in excess
of this amount - are now subject to federal income tax.
Amounts received above tuition and required ex-
penses are not subject to reporting by. the college or
other grantor. The law places upon the student the
obligation to determine the taxable amount by offset-
ting tuition and allowable expenses against the total of
all grants received (including as institutional funds.)
Loans including subsidized portions of federal loans
are not considered for federal tax purposes.
If assistance is needed in determining the taxable
amount of funds received the recipient of the funds will
need to contact a tax preparer of the Internal Revenue
ROTC offered to interested students
ii this new pro
gram? Wall it's an Army
at m college and
i throughout the
ed to develop selected col-
and women tor
(in the active Ar
my and the Reserve
found in few college
courses. It helps develop
stamina and poise. One will
develop qualities baste to
ssjocsss in any worthwhile
career plus a commission
m the active Army or in the
Reserve component while
you earn your college
The Officers Leadership
Program enhances one's
education by providing uni-
que leadership and
Students both men and
women with a sincere
desire to serve their coun-
try and who have a 2.7 GPA
by Leslie Marriott
"What use is it my brethen if a man says he has faith
bat he has no works? Can that save him?
Bat someone may well say 'You have faith without
works' aad I will show you my faith by my
works."( James 2:48)
It is true that you cannot work your way into the
kingdom of God but faith without works is dead. We
can mark it in our Biblesand post it on our mirrors but
until we put our faith into action - our faith is dead.
Faith MUST have works.
Trust God enough to show you today how you can
minister to others and then - Go do it! ! !
Test your skills
at sports trivia
1. Willie Mays was the youngest player in major
league history to hit 50 home runs in a season. Who
was the oldest?
2. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers were winless in
1976 going 014. Name the only team in the 1960's to
go through an entire season without winning a game?
3. There is only one player to win the Heisman
Trophy who was not on a winning team. Who is that
4. Who is the only player in NBA history to ac-
cumulate over 200 steals and 100 blocked shots in a
Trivia quiz answers on fourth page
or higher can apply for a 2
or 3 year scholarship! If
selected for the scholar-
ship it will pay one's tui-
tion in fall one's degree
program fees in full one's
activity fees in full a $196
per semester book
allowance and a sub
sistence allowance of $100
per month up to 11000 per
Wait - that's not all!
When you graduate you
will be presented with the
opportunity to have a
(Senate con't from pg. 1)
beginning no earlier than i
four weeks prior to the end
of the spring semester.
p.U; Article IV Sect. 2 g.)
All class officer terms of of-
fice shall run for one year
beginning no earlier than
four weeks prior to the end
of the spring semester.
Another proposed change
would allow Senate
members a probationary
period in the event they
could not maintain a 2.0
GPA. The proposal was
defeated due to problems
deciding what the proba-
tionary period would be.
The proposed changes
will be voted upon by the
student body on March 15.
Other tentative election
dates were presented by
Student Association Presi-
dent Lonna Hord. Non-
academic nomination will
be held March 15. Final
voting will be April 5. SA
election petitions will also
be available on April 5 in
the office of Student Life
with elections being held
three weeks later on April
awl exctting career oppor-
tunity as a 2nd lieutenant in
either the active Army Ar-
my Reserveorthe National
Is this really a new pro-
gram? No it is better
known as the Army
Reserve Officers Training
Corps (ROTC) and the op-
portunity is waiting!!
If all of this sounds in-
teresting then contact Ma-
jor Don Green at (915)
677-7281 ext. ROTC.
HPITs Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA) will be
sponsoring a time of fellowship and fun Friday March
4 from 9:30 pjn. to 1 :30 a.m. in the Jacket Gym. They
wiU bold a "3-on-3" basketball tournament. There wUl
be a men's division and a coed's division. If there are
any questions contact Scott RusseU at ext. 326.
BSU Seftban Twaameat
Dont forget to sign up for the State BSU Softball Tour-
nament if you are interested in playing April 22-23.
They need S3 by February 28 to register a person; a
total of SB to play on a team. Sign up in Phelps room
Pise Cove Christian Camp
Pine Cove Christian Camp will be interviewing for
summer staff positions on March 7 and 8. Interviews
win be held in the SUB.
"Attack Force Z" wffl be shown in Mims at 7:00 pjn.
The appointments com-
mittee named Anna Bomar
as academic convocation
apprentice and Paul Ren-
fro as junior class senator.
The appointments were ap-
proved by Senate.
The constitution and)
bylaws committee also
presented before the
Senate the constitution for'
the American Chemical
Society. The constitution
The HPU baseball team will play a doubleheader
against Trinity University in San Antonio at 1 : 00 today .
They wttl travel to Belton to take on Mary-Hardin
Baylor at 1:80 tomorrow.
On March 2 the team will play Southern Methodist-
University in Dallas at 4:00.
The track team is competing in Kansas City at NAIA
Students are encouraged to write the first two letters of
their last name and the last four digits of their social
security number in their books in order to identify lost
Freshman Class Presi-
dent Michael Cole said his
class will sponsor the last
SUB movie on May 6. The
movie to be shown is
"Chism" with John Wayne.
Cole said his class was
thinking of having a John
Wayne Walk and Talk Con-
test. "It would be just
for fun" said Cole.
Mrs. Hord reported that
Jean Gould HPU
bookstore manager said
they are looking into
changing the style of the
class ring. The current
style has Old Main on it.
They are looking for input
from students for a new
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Glddyup horsey... Michael Cole carries Chad Hall
around on his shoulders as they watch all the pie throw-
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