The H-SU Brand (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 58, No. 19, Ed. 1, Tuesday, November 14, 1972 Page: 3 of 4
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H-SU TALENT EXHIBITED A capacity crowd viewed the annual All-school Sing Satur-
day night in Behrens Chapel as six entries vied for the three division titles. The Sing
topped off the Parents' Day festivities. (Photo by Byron Collins)
Freshman English class
donates book to Tuscola
Even though they didn't know
him very well membcrri of Rickey
Blankonship's freshman English
class felt the loss of their fellow clas-
smate when he died Sept. 2p from
injuries received in an electrical
accident several days earlier.
Students in Mrs. Velma Reiffs
English class took up a collection
which totaled almost $20 to buy a
book to donate to the library of Jim
Ned High School in Tuscola where
the youth waB from. The group gave
the money to the school which
selected a book from Rickey's field-
political science. The title of the
book which is donated in memory
of the 19-year-old youth is The Com-
ing to Power; Critical Presidential
Elections in American History
According to Bill Oslin student
in the class the group received a let-
ter from the school thanking them.
The letter described the book as a
550 page reference book.
"I was very surprised at the tre-
mendous sense of loss they had for
him even though they had not
known him a long time" said Mrs.
Rickey was injured while climb-
ing an electrical pole in Buffalo Gap.
He was the son of Mrs. Coy Brown
and the late J.D. Blankenship. He
was enrolled at H-SU this fall
majoring in law enforcement
Physics students attend
conference at A & M
Four H-SU students along with
physics professor Dr. William
Helms attended a recent conference
of the Society of Physics Students
at Texas A & M Oct. 27-28.
Mike Rice Mark Rand Janan
Fox and Durward Stockman were
among about 100 students from 25
schools attending the regional con-
ference. According to Dr. Helms the pur-
pose of the meet was to"show how
physics is applicable to social prob-
lems and everyday life".
Theme of the conference was
"Physics and Society".
Students heard talks on Physi-
cists Contributions to the Energy
Supply Application of Physics to
Medicine and Employment Oppor-
tunities for Physicists Helms said.
"Our students thought the prog-
ram was very worthwhile" he
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Our world diminishes from natural beauty
to ucjly clutter. A painjul contrast
that raises the Question "Why" On fact
why poverty in a laud oj plenty 'Why loneliness
in a world that would join hands IVhy war when
the impulse oj the heart is to love 7he aching
chasm between the real and the ideal everywhere
provokes the Question . . .
In a world looking for answers
maybe God is the place to start.
God is hope.-God is now.
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The H-SU Brand (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 58, No. 19, Ed. 1, Tuesday, November 14, 1972, newspaper, November 14, 1972; Abilene, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth98869/m1/3/: accessed January 18, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Hardin-Simmons University Library.