The Brand (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 48, No. 27, Ed. 1, Friday, April 26, 1963 Page: 4 of 6
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Friday April 2M1H3
Monday Assembly to Feature
Awards Senate Induction
Student Association officers
will be officially inducted and
service pins presented to faculty
and staff members during all-
school assembly Monday.
Don Seamster Borger junior
will be inducted as president of
the H-SU Student Association.
He was elected in annual spring
elections March 27. Hilton Hemp-
hill retiring president will ad-
minister the oath of office.
Seamster will in turn induct
the new executive officers and
Senators. These include Jim
Towns Muleshoe junior vice-
president; Claudia Kuykendall
Midland junior business manager
and Cherry Dollins Waco junior
In Three-way at Tulsa
Hardin-'Simmons University will
go against the University of
Tulsa and Oklahoma Baptist Uni-
versity in a triangular track and
field meet at Tulsa Friday after-
noon. The Cowboys will enter 13
athletes in the one-day meet to
be held on the University of
Tulsa track. Coach Vernon Hil-
liard will field H-SU entries in
all of the 16 events.
Although hopeful of winning
the triangular meet in Tulsa
Coach HiUiard does not plan to
double up his entries in several
events for scattered extra points.
"I did this at Sherman last week
and in doing so most of the run-
ners were worn out in the final
events" he said. In several in-
stances last week Cowboy runners
were competing in the sprints
and hurdles and then coming back
to run in ttfe relays and middle-
distance events shortly after-
wards. Hardin-Simmons' only victory
last week was in the javelin
where Mike Payne tossed the
spear 202-2 to break his own
meet -record by over 10 feet.
Weightman Emery Martindale
was the Pokes' top point maker
with eight points on second-place
finishes in the shot and discus.
He tossed the short 50-1 Va for a
new H-SU record. Distance run-
ner Dick Lightfoot placed second
in the mile run and failed in his '
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Senators-at-large are Prince
Altom Pampa sophomore; Joe
Foster Plainview sophomore and
Wadih Toubassi Jaffah Israel
Senior Senators are Toni Rhode
Silverton; Billy Tibbett. Amory
Miss.; and David Yeilding Abi-
lene. Serving next year's junior
class will be Jim Jenkins Flag-
staff Ariz.; Gordon Lam Hono-
lulu Hawaii and Judy Roman
Sophomore Senators will be
David Barnhart Floydada; Eddie
Hadlock Sierra Vista Ariz. and
Robert Rhode of Silverton.
The Alumni Association will
present pins recognizing each five
year period of service by faculty
and staff members.
bid to place in both the 880 and
two-mile runs. He will likely
compete in only the 880 run this
Other H-SU entries include
Darel Petty Billy Hardage
Johnny Murphy Tony Genova
Lewis Eiland Jerald Haynes
Robert Massey Tommy McCone
Charles Rappard and Dick Spring-
steen. H-SU entries by events:
Shot-put Martindale (50-1 ft).
Discus - Martindale (133-8)
Rappard (133-6) Payne (123-0).
Javelin Payne (202-2) Petty
High jump Petty (6-2) Rap-
Pole vault Springsteen (12-0).
Broad jump Hardage (21-7)
Sprint relay Genova Eiland
Haynes Hardage (42.9).
Mile run Massey.
440-yard dash Hardage (49.9)
100-yard dash Genova (10.0)
120-yard high hurdles Petty
880-yard run Lightfoot Mas-
sey. 220-yard dash Eiland (22.1)
330-yard intermediate hurdles
Murphy (39.3) Petty.
Two-mile run Lightfoot
Mile relay McCone Eiland
Haynes Hardage X3:18.6).
Bolding Wins Grant
For Florida Study
James T. Bolding special in-
structor in mathematics at Hardin-Simmons
University has been
awarded a $7800 fellowship for
graduate study in mathematics
and applied statistics.
Bolding will enroll in Florida
State University to begin the
study this fall. The program is
to run for three years and will
enable the H-SU instructor to
complete requirements for the
Ph. D. degree.
The award was announced by
Everett Walters director of the
U. S. Department of Health Edu-
cation and Welfare. It will be
Bolding's second NSF award.
Two years ago he received a
$4200 grant that enabled him to
earn the Master of Arts degree
from the University of Illinois.
He returned to his Hardin-Simmons
faculty post last fall.
A native of Durant Okla.
Bolding received his BS degree
from Howard Payne College and
also has studied at Texas Tech.
He taught in the Lubbock and Ft.
Worth public schools prior to
joining the H-SU faculty in the
summer of 1960.
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Hardin-Simmons walked off
with top honors in the H-SU
bowling tournament held last
weekend in the Student Center.
The Cowboys won firsts in
singles doubles and all-events as
they were competing against
Midwestern McMurry and Bay-
lor. Dick Helgeson won the
singles with 668 followed by
teammate Fred Apperson's 621.
Aperson and Ross Snyder teamed
to take down first in doubles
with 1160 pins to runher-up Mid-
western's Johnny Sammons and
Lee Hudson with 1114.
Helgeson won the all-events
trophy with 1751 pins in nine
games followed by Apperson's
1740. Other bowlers for the
Cowboys in the tournament were
Butch Dunham Tom Coffman and
Reset for April 30
"The Intramural Track Meet
has been rescheduled for Tuesday
April 30" said Phil Tinsworth
The meet was scheduled for
Thursday but due to a conflict the
meet was set back to be run off
this Tuesday at 4:00 p. m. at
Entries will be taken at the
starting line of the events.
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Students Reminded of Deadline
For National Defense Loans
Students desiring National De-
fense loans for the summer ses-
sion must complete application
forms by May 5 Dr. E. W. Bailey
Students are requested to file
forms for loans for the fall and
spring semesters by May 15. Ap-
plication forms are available In
the business office in Sandefer
Action i taken on applications
for summer K school lons will be
available 'by May If Dr. Bcilty
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INSPECTION ARMS This familiar order passed through the ranks
of ROTC cadeis Wednesday during the annual inspection. Here
Maj. William F. Beardsley one of ihe inspecting officers prepares-
to accept a rifle from one of the cadets. The Corps received an
outstanding rating from the three-officer team of inspectors. (Brand.
ROTC Unit Rated 'Outstanding'
By Federal Inspecting Officers
H-SU's Reserve Officer Train-
ing Corps unit Wednesday passed
the annual federal inspection
with a rating of "outstanding" by
the inspecting officers.
Col. Erdie O. Lansford TJ. S.
Army Garrison at Fort Hood
headed a three-officer inspection
team. Other members included
Lt. Col. Sterling C. Moore head-
quarters of the U. S. 4th Army
San Antonio who served as secre-
tary; and Maj. William F. Beards-
ley 720th Military Police Bat-
talion Fort Hood.
White Eulogizes Founders;
Predicts Quality Education
Dr. W. R. White chancellor of
Baylor University spoke at the
annual Founder's Day program
this year. The program was di-
vided into three parts covering
the past present and future of
Hardin-Simmons University. Dr.
White H-SU president from 1940
to 1943 closed out the ceremony
with a discussion titled "A Look
at the Future."
Dr. White announced his retire-
ment as chancellor during his
In his talk the Baylor chan-
cellor said education in private
schools in the future will em-
phasize more quality and less
quantity. He said better educa-
tion will cost more money and
many people .will have assumed
new responsibilities for financing.
"It will require greater efforts
by trustees alumni local com-
munities and denominations" he
Dr. White's address followed
campus ceremonies honoring past
presidents and benefactors of
Hardin-Simmons. Among those
honored were the late Drs. O. H.
Cooper J. D. Sandefer Evan A.
promised. Persons making re-
quests for 1983-64 loans will be
notified in June of action on their
The Controller explained that
demand for loans for the 19G2-63
school year exceeded available
funds and that some reduction in
loans was necessary. He said
that aplications filed by the dead-
lines listed above will receive
prior consideration on funds
available for the 1963-64 school
The inspection team examined
classroom instruction facilities
supply operations and administra-
tion of the program during a tour
Wednesday morning. Later the
300-member cadet corps was in-
spected in ranks and marched in
Following the field ceremonies
Wednesday the inspecting team
attended a noon luncheon in the
Student Center with Dr. James
Landes H-SU president and
other administrative officers.
Lt. Col. Joseph E. Stopp is
commanding officer of the unit.
Reiff Rupert Richardson and
dent emeritus and the only other
living ex-president of H-SU gave
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