The H-SU Brand (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 56, No. 37, Ed. 1, Tuesday, February 16, 1971 Page: 2 of 4
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77ie library fund
The math department has reached their goal of one
million bottle tops in the Pop-A-Top For The Library Fund
campaign With the contribution of $10 for every 10000
caps the math department may be able to add $1000 to the
The University Women's Club have finished their second
bake sale of the year to contribute to the library fund.
In Student Congress a new idea has been presented
to make money for the fund. The plan is to sell relics
(bricks) of the old science hall to alumni members during
Homecoming for $10 a throw. This is in addition to the
selling of Bestline home products.
The Alumni Association during their Homecoming meet-
ing will consider ways to build this library fund.
We highly commend these organizations for their en-
thusiasm and work in contributing to the Library Building
Fund. Clearly they are an inspiration and an example to
other organizations to follow suit as well as to those who are
going for the big contributions from philanthropic foundations.
With the help of shut-ins ele-
mentary and junior high school
classes beauty parlor patrons
bottling companies and many
anonymous donors H-SU stu-
dents have reached their
goal of 1-million bottle caps .for
the Library Fund..
The goal of the project is for
100 persons to pledge $10 or
more if the million bottle caps
are obtained. This would add
$1000 to the proposed. H-SU
Those who made pledges to
the library for the project may
now send their donations to Dr.
Clyde Childers' office in Sande-
fer Memorial Building. Checks
should be made out to Hardin-
Simmons University Library
Fund. Each donation should in-
clude a notation of the bottle
At press time 63 people; had
made pledges. Others who
want to participate in the pro-
ject may contact Mrs. Bentley
or Dr. Childers.
Geological Society sees
A&M research station
Members of the Southwestern
Association of Students Geolog-
ical Society recently toured the
Texas A&M University Vegeta-
ble Research Station in Munday.
Sponsors of the tour were Dr.
John Harvey associate profes-
sor in geology and Terry Fos-
ter biology instructor.
Dr. Harvey said that the H-SU
SASGS will be working with
the Vegetable Research Station
in the future on a special extra-
The students are responsible
Dr. Harvey said for the future
publication of a guide book and
the conduction of a field trip for
the other member schools of
SASGS. The subject of study
chosen for the project by the
H-SU students is the Seymour
formation and water problems.
The research station will as-
sist the group in obtaining geo-
logical biological and other sci-
entific assistance. The project
work will span approximately
two years. At present the station
is about 85 per cent complete
according to Harvey
A wrniLweekly college newtpapar published according to advance schedule every Fri-
day end Tuesday. Opinions expressed In The Brand are those of the Editor or of the writer
arid net necessarily those of the University administration.
Eric Vest Editor
Mary Baker Business Manager
Connie Callaway Assistant Editor
Mary Easton Assistant Editor
Unny Jones Assistant Business Manager
Shrwyn McNalr Adviser
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Alumni may help
to finance library
Alumni attending the Hardin-
Simmons University homecom-
ing Feb. 26-27 will be asked to
help underwrite the cost of a
Byron Bryant assistant to
the president for University re-
lations and director of alumni
affairs said that students will
provide a "first rate" talent show
on the evening of Feb. 26 and
those attending will have the
opportunity of making a gift to-
ward the construction of the new
James Paul Shanks of Baird
first vice president of the Alumni
Association who presides said
"The students are getting behind
this library project with a lot ot
Shanks in pointing out that
the students on the campus are
selling detergents to help raise
funds for the project said "If
they are determined then we
(alumni) need to get that de-
yet to be named
Two students from each de-
partment will be nominated for
this year's Rotary Foundation
educational awards. From these
nominees two candidates will be
selected to represent H-SU in
the city-wide competition.
In -the Feb. 2 1971 edition of
the Brand it was implied that
the two nominees had already
been selected. However the
students named in the article
will represent the Student Con-
gress in competition with the
other departmental nominees.
Mary Wright a December
graduate of H-SU has been em-
ployed for the spring semester
to teach speech therapy in the
special service department of
Comanche public schools.
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FACUUTY PHYSICAL FffiesS PfcOS-SAfA."
By MARY EASTON
MURFREESBORO N.C. A "concept approach" to the
teaching of Spanish has been initiated at Chowan College.
The concept approach depends greatly on the logical as-
sociations. Vocabulary is treated in the same way; consequently it
is always presented in related contexts which are used as
a basis for active conversation and as source of expansion
through a associations.
The "concept' approach" of learning a language is highly
audio-lingual in the sense that "audio-lingual" means learn-
ing and speaking with the visual reinforcement of reading
and writing as skills to be acquired later.
Its main objectives are: the meaning that language serv-
es to express; the association of related structures and ideas;
an active conversation of self-expression; and creative ma-
terial for reading discussion and composition.
CORPUS CHRISTI Del Mar College has announced
a change in the wording of the dress code as it appears in the
student handbook. The change was made after a request by
the Student Senate.
The code now reads: "On our campus you will be at your
best when you dress with simplicity. Students are free to
dress casually 'in all areas of the campus in keeping with
Miss Wright came to HSU suuauon ana occasion.
om the University of Texas in 4. The clause which left classroom attire up to the descre-
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"Slacks bermudas jamaicas and other sports attire are per-
mitted in the classroom labs the student center and the li-
brary" was added.
from the University
1969. She was a member of Al-
pha Psi Omega national dra-
matics fraternity. She received
a BS degree in drama and his-
tory. A graduate of Cooper High
School Miss Wright"s work in
the Comanche Schools began
If you took photography un-
der H-SU photographer Worthy
Long you would soon learn
that a good photographer al-
ways makes sure that his strobe
is charged and in working order
before leaving on an assignment.
Long apparently forgot his
own lesson (as he is human too)
when he meticuously lined up
Alpha Mu Gamma national
foreign language society in Abi-
lene Hall for a .picture last week.
After adjusting alt the doo-
'dads on his camera with the us-
ual self - assuredness he took'
his picture His strdbe failed to
Long's commtnt was 'Tva
bwn having trouble with" it
RICHMOND Va. Appointments of Southern Baptists
to overseas missions posts in 1970 dropped sharply from av
record high in 1969 but the Southern Baptist Foreign Mis-
sion Board's total number of missionary personnel reached
a newhigh of 2501 during 1970.
According to figures released by the SBC Foreign Mis-
sions Board's department of missionary personnel a total of
182 new missionaries were appointed by the board in 1970
compared to 1969's record number of 262 appointments.
' The 182 new: missionaries lowest annual total since 1964
included 98 regular missionaries 18 missionary associates
64 missionary journeymen and two special project personnel.-
Noting the small net gain to the missionary force in 1970
Louis R. Cobbs the board's secretary for missionary person-
nel commented on the compartive losses during the year.
Cobbs said that normal rotation of auxiliary personnel
including missionary associates missionary journeymen and
special project personnel accounted for 71 losses. Missionary
associates' for example serve terms of four years with the
possibility of reappointment to a second term while mis-
sionary journeymen serve for two years before returning
ABILENE Students at Abilene Christian College seem .
to have a daily prdblem as they climb the steps to their chapel
seats according to a recent editorial in the OPTIMIST the
The OPTIMIST stated that the steps which are covered
with a "glass-slick finish" were constructed for a person at
least 6'-f5" or more. The editorial further explained that the
coliseum steps were designed by a former 'Goose Step Cham-
pion of the World1 r
The OPTIMIST offers a solution to prevent possible
lawsuits should there be an accident. The solution: paint a
rather thick coat of non-skid paint oh the cement then sprin-
kle sand until an appreciable course texture is visible.
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