The Brand (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 51, No. 21, Ed. 1, Friday, March 11, 1966 Page: 1 of 8
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ABILENE TEXAS FRIDAY MARCH 11 1966
A children's art show featuring
the work of students attending
Casis Elementary School in Aus-
tin is currently being exhibited
in the Hardin-Simmons art build-
ing. The show which will remain
on the campus until Friday
March 25 consists of drawings
paintings colleges prints stitch-
ery and batiks.
Casis an experimental labora-
tory school is connected with the
University of Texas in Austin.
Many of the University's future
teachers receive their practice
work at Casis.
Miss Ida Nell Williams a for-
mer teacher at Casis has as-
sembled the show especially for
H-SU. She has recently been ap-
pointed the Art Consultant to the
Texas Art Education Association.
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The women of Blanche Lange Hall won first place in the
Women's Division in the All-School Sing March 5. They performed
excerpts from the musical "Oliver." (Staff photo by Sam Lindsey).
Club Dorm ROTC
Win in 'School-Sing
By MARILYN HUCTON
The Fifth Annual All-School Sing brought Parent's Day
to a not so calm and collected close. For the members of Tau
Alpha Phi and Lange Hall excitement reigned.
U.S. Army Chaplain
Chaplain (Major General)
Charles Edwin Brown Jr. a
Methodist minister from the
Southwest Kansas Conference
will be the guest speaker at the
upperclassmen chapel on Mon-
day March 26. Chaplain Brown
will be honored at a luncheon the
Maj. Gen. Brown entered the
army March 30 1941. Throughout
his career he has received many
outstanding awards including the
Bronze Star and the Army Com-
mendation medal with an oak
Chaplain Brown is married to
the former Miss Ava L. Currier
of Dodge City Kan. They have
two children Mrs. Richard E.
Kline of Arlington ya. and Ken-
neth Brown who lives at home.
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Isaac Sicrn world famous violinist will perform Friday March
18 at 8:15 p. m in the Chapel-Auditorium at Hardin-Simmons.
Ihese two campus organizations
captured first place in the sing
along with the ROTC and their
sponsors. Tau Alpha Phi won in
the men's division Lange Hall in
the women's and the ROTC and
sponsors in the mixed group.
Each winner received the trophy
for its division.
Delta Women's Social Club
and Kappa Phi Omega Men's So-
cial Clubs won runner-up in their
Masters of ceremonies were
Andy J. Patterson chairman of
theory and composition of the
School of Music with Mrs. Sandi
Black speech and English teacher
from Roscoe. Mrs. Black is a
graduate of H-SU.
The All-School Sing is spon-
sored by Phi Mu Alpha and
Sigma Iota national men's and
women's music fraternities. En-
tertainment was provided by the
Phi Mu Alpha Stage Band.
Judges were Bobby Siltman
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Stern March 18
Isaac Stern will be featured on the Artists Series Con-
cert Friday March 18. Playing his 250-year-old Guanarius
violin Stern will begin his program at 8:15 p. m. in the
Tickets for seats are $2 $2.50
$3 and $3.50 depending on the
location in the auditorium. H-SU
students received a 20 percent
discount and the cost may be
charged to their student accounts.
In a count Tuesday March 8
over 900 seats were not reserved.
Reservations may be made by
calling or writing Dr. W. O. Beaz-
ley ext. 214.
Petitions Go Out
All-School Elections campaign preparations have started
with petitions for candidacy being available in the office of
Dean of Women Miss Alice Berkshire in Mary Frances Hall.
Any student who has a 2.0 GPA
and other classification require-
ments may pick up a petition for
a Student Congress office or a
According to David Hales stu-
dent body vice-president all
petitions must be back in' Dean
Berkshire's office by noon Mon-
day March 14. Members of the
House of Representatives of the
Student Congress will explain
balloting procedures during
chapel Monday March 14 and 1G.
Candidates for student body
president will present their plat-
forms during student assembly
Friday March 18. Other candi-
dates for office will speak to the
students during rallies set for
Monday and Tuesday March 21
An after-rally election party is
planned for the Student Center
Monday evening the 21st.
Elections for all candidates will
take place We'dnesday March 23
in the Student Center. Hales
added that results would be
posted as soon as they are
To Appear in Brand
All candidates running for elections this spring will be
given equal space for their campaign platforms in the March
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submitted by a candidate will be
"The BRAND wishes to give
equal space to each candidate so
that the student body may be
familiar with campaign issues"
said C. C. Vans Evers II editor.
"Any candidate who does not
not wish his platform published
or fails to submit his platform for
publication will not be asked for
Space allotted to each candi-
date will be six column inches
or 24 typed lines. The copy
must be typed double-spaced
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In addition to his H-SU ap-
pearance Stern is to appear with
the New York Philharmonic
Cleveland Philadelphia Detroit
Los Angeles San Francisco Cin-
cinnati St. Louis and other
Each season Stern appears in
well over 100 concerts on three or
more continents. Last spring he
made his third tour of the Soviet
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Tau Alpha Phi Men's Social Club winner of the Men's Division
in ihe All-School Sing March 5 presented 'Tribute to America."
(Staff photo by Sam Lindsey).
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1 -Act Tryouts Scheduled
Tryouts for The Blue Rose a
one-act play by Robert Flynn are
scheduled for today and tomor-
row. Starting at 8:30 p. m. and last-
ing until 10 p. m. tonight tryouts
will be held in the Theater of the
Chapel-Auditorium. The final
season will be held from 9 a. m.
to 11:30 a. m. tomorrow.
David Kimberley a senior
speech and drama student will
direct the play scheduled to be
staged in May.
Union under the the auspices of
the State Department.
President Johnson last spring
appointed Stern to the new Na-
tional Council on the Arts. He
is also president of New York's
Born July 21 1920 in Krimin-
iesz Russia Stern began studying
the violin at the age of eight.
His interest had been aroused by
the incessant practicing of a next-
Having moved to San Francisco
when he was less than one year
old he began studying with
teachers from the San Francisco
Conservatory of Music at ten and
made his local debut at the age of
He made his debut in New
York in 1937 and was then
launched on the concert route.
His steady upward climb was
followed with interest by critics
from coast to coast. With his
Carnegie Hall concert in 1943 he
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The Brand (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 51, No. 21, Ed. 1, Friday, March 11, 1966, newspaper, March 11, 1966; Abilene, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth98646/m1/1/: accessed December 11, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Hardin-Simmons University Library.