The Brand (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 51, No. 6, Ed. 1, Friday, October 29, 1965 Page: 8 of 8
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Friday Octobr 29 IMS
By LOVE DECKER
Member of Beta are proud of
Gretta Lum who was nominated
for University Queen.
The traditional tea honoring the
exes and mothers will be held
in the home of Mrs. Billie Lacy
from 9:30-10:30 a. m. Saturday
Delta will have an Alumni
Breakfast 8:30 Saturday morn-
ing to honor the Delta alumni.
Pledges will be invited to their
first Delta meeting Tuesday to
present their pledge song. For-
mal initiation will be after the
Delta will have its Delta-go-to-church
Sunday Nov. 21. They are
also planning to usher at the
Roger Williams concert.
President Judy Pinson intro-
duced the Cowgirls' new mas-
cot Sara Crowe. She is he six-year-old
daughter of an Ex-Cowgirl
Mrs. John M. Crowe. Sara
will be at the basketball games
for all to meet.
The Cowgirls will have their
own sweatshirts soon which will
have the Cowgirl diamond on
Saturday Oct. 23 the Cowgirls
met at Cobb Park for an all day
picnic and work project.
Saturday Oct. 30 at 10 p. m.
will be the Ex-Cowgirls' Tea in
The Cowgirls are very proud
of Frances Darden and her work
on the Bronco.
TAU ALPHA PHI
The men of Tau Alpha Phi
honored their sweetheart Miss
Sharon Tate with a banquet held
in the Westwood Club at the
Tradewinds on Friday Oct. 22.
Special guests at the dinner
were Mr. and Mrs. OrvUle Cun-
ningham and Tau Alpha Phi
alumnus John Willis who escort-
ed Miss Tate and presented her
with a club pin and sweetheart
Entertainment for those attend-
ing was provided by the Fresh-
men Five past contestants in the
Freshman Talent Show.
Tau Alpha Phi President
David Barnhart served as Master
The men of Tau Alpha Phi be-
gan last week putting pledges
through their paces. This semes-
ter four sophomores are seeking
membership in the club. They
are: Robert Craik Bill LaFuze
Martin Lotz and Vernon Stehle.
Tau Alpha Phi pledges have
been gathering wood for the
homecoming project to be com-
pleted late today. The display
under the direction of chairman
Mike Caddell will be erected di-
rectly across the street from the
home of President and Mrs.
Landes. The members of Tau
Alpha Phi will be seeking to de-
fend their title this year after
taking top honors in last year's
A coffee honoring all Tau
Alpha Phi alumni will be held
Saturday morning upstairs in the
Tri Phi will have an Alumni
Brunch Saturday Oct. 30 from
10 a. m. till 11 a. m. It will- be
at the home of Mrs. Reiff 1351
Glenhaven. It will be a come-and-go
affair and Sunday dress.
Debate Teams Score 3-1 ;
Ferris 2nd in Poetry
Fourteen Hardin-Simmons stu-
dents competed in the Texas
Tech Forensics Tournament at
Lubbock last week-end. Hardin-
Simmons was one of thirty-one
schools representing five states
which competed in the tourna-
ment. Five Hardin-Simmons students
won honors. Darla Ferris placed
second out of fifty-six students
competing in poetry. She receiv-
ed a trophy and a superior cer-
tificate. Don Wyatt also receiv-
ed a superior rating for his poetry
- Two Hardin-Simmons debate
teams were awarded excellent
ratings for achieving .3-1 records
in novice debate. The teams
were Terry Broxson Martin Lotz
and Jerry Cotton and Donnip
Other Hardin-Simmons students
participating in the tournament
were Jim Armstrong Charles
Dunn Darilyn Isham Jerry Mc-
Gill David Ottewell Jan Sten-
berg Grady Stevens and Ed
Phi Mn Alpha
Men's . y
'- . '-
TO THE H-SU CAMPUS
Phi Mu Alpha
Miss Jerri Holder has been
chosen as Sweetheart of Phi Mu
Alpha men's professional music
Miss Holder is
Last week Jer-
ri was announc-
ed as the
S w e e t h c art
Hall m e n's
dorm. She is a
member of Sig
ma Alpha Iota women's music
fraternity and is presently pledg-
ing Tri Phi social club.
Baptist in Houston
Hear Concert Choir
The A Cappella Choir of Hardin-Simmons
two morning sessions of the Tex-
as Baptist General Convention
being held in Houston this past
Edward Hamilton director of
the Choir said that the 43-voice
group 'sang several selections at
the 10:40 a. m. and 11:40 a. m.
sessions on Oct. 27. Selections
performed included "There Is a
Balm in Giliad" and "Clap Thy
Hands" by Vaughan-Williams.
Tau Alpha Phi
Men's Social Club
Work for City Paper
Combining their education with
first hand experience are three
Hardin-Simmons University stu-
dents. These students who are cur-
rently attending classes and
working for the Abilene Reporter-
News arc Bill Klozik David
Spitzer and Marilyn Huchton.
Bill Klozik who has been
working for the Reporter-News
for a little over 14 months was
the sports writer for the BRAND
last year. Graduated from high
school in Tyler he is a business
administration major with a minor
Bill writes a regular sports col-
umn and general sports stories
along with general news assign-
ments. A transfer from Tyler Junior
College David Spitzer is a sopho-
more majoring in English and
minoring in journalism. He is
attending H-SU on a full scholar-
ship after serving three years in
On the Reporter-News staff for
four months David writes two
regular sports columns and covers
the sports at the local high
Marilyn Huchton has been
working as the assistant librarian
since September at the Reporter-
News. A sophomore transfer from
Arlington State College she is
majoring in journalism and min-
oring in sociology.
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The Brand (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 51, No. 6, Ed. 1, Friday, October 29, 1965, newspaper, October 29, 1965; Abilene, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth98631/m1/8/: accessed March 19, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Hardin-Simmons University Library.