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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 27 November 1937

Vol. XXII Z713 HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXA8 NOVEMBER 27 1937 No. 10 Florence Second Number ..Si.VXx-i vs- t .- 'tj-i. s ... t s sj VAfT v zs ? ? MV.4' ..v;r svjs.?- k y f v. . ?... .'.sv;ss . tVJtt. ! xvv v.w . vi y. -i . -- -?j - EV-t? fi-f mmmA L33SHKO E&OB ' fc- :! 'JVl TJl (- i" I "" vfdS tiMPKH Vienna Choir Boys Coming Here For Second Appearance Dec. 1st Well girls here is that much talked about streamlined style in the Brand. No doubt there will be many skeptical criticisms of the new innovation but nevertheless it pays to change your style as well as your attitude occa- sionally. And in case you haven't heard yet when I was cleaning house on the make-up of the paper I just kept on going and cleaned out "Female Judg- ment" clean out of the paper. It is no more. In its place (if you recog- nize the eddy page) will bo found "Cowboy Spurs" a new and more in- spiring column than the other. And the "Fall Round-Up" is making its debut this week. As I have a guest writ...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 27 November 1937

j. r V & - r" '- '-.' r' 't . A !& "' THE H-g U BRAND - J-v i tc 5ii W & fc - ft- m I?. !' I1 1; & liH' ' S ! & 7 r . ij . ;&: i't fr-.'f my yr2ffa 2' Mfen IV ! ;; l'i l "Gd itorials "The old order change th yielding place to new and God fulfills himself in many ways lest one good custom should cor- rupt the world." Tennyson. Yep Exea You Are Welcome With Homecoming activities just around the cor. ncr tho resident students are extending a-most cor dial invitation to the exes and alumni to como en masse. However tho ox-students should not foci that they have to wait for an invitation to come back to Hardin-Simmons for tho day set aside for them. Children do not linger away from homo until they receive a call to como back for a visit; they go becauso they get sheer delight from seeing tho folks and reliving tho past and discussing tho fu turc. So it is with tho children of Hardin-Simmons. They arc expected to wend their way homeward without tho formality of an ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 27 November 1937

A 1 V THE H-S U BRAND ALLMNI-EX STUDENT NEWS w j Homecoming Program To Attract Largest Number In Recent Years H-S U Has Four Exes Among Texas' Legislators l ' K "! -". '? eMM k efl M t-s ' iv '".-..-i ' Four former students of ."M House of Representatives. Shown here to do their bit to put the festival over in They are reading from left to right Lonnic Smith Fort Worth and William Noll W. "Billy Boy" Scwell Midlothian. All but Scwcll are serving their second terms in the legislature. Fourteen Grads Receive Ph. D.'s Three H-SU Faculty Members Included In Alumni List Fourteen of the graduates of Har-din-Slmmons university have con- tinued their study into graduate fields and have received their Ph. D. degrees a look into the H.-S. U. rec- ords show. And there may be others about which the Brand would like to know. Three members of the faculty Dr. R. N. Richardson 12 and Dr. R. A. Collins '12 who completed work on their doctorates at the University of Texas and Dr. O. 0. Watts '13 who ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 27 November 1937

V Pa 4 THE H-S U BRAND Cowboy Homecoming December 4 ii Jacket Opposition Feels Gay it&ik (jr su Howard Payne Points To Rancher Homecoming With High Hopes Pot IlQt H SjpdDrts By Harper Van Ness Bill Harris famed Cowboy end now with the Boston Shamrocks of the American pro league is becoming a demon scoring threat. Bill has snagged passes for touchdowns in each of the Rocks' last three games and recovered a fumble for n fourth score. . . . After a transcontinental tour and two games on the California coast at L. A. with the league lead- ing Bulldogs and in Frisco Bill writes Coach Kimbrough he'll bo on hand for Homecoming. . . . Bill who played three years nt end without n score congratulates the Cowboys on their record. And says that stories of the H.-S. U. victories are being ' carried in all the eastern papers. . . . In "The Observer" of the Brccken- rldgc American is the following "Failure of Hardin-Simmons and Tex as lech to get together on a game has whetted the appetitics o...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 27 November 1937

THE H-S U BRAND tge 8 .MV Lowboy dnd Delegation Downs Battling 0. C. Host Squad Takes One Each Period For 26 to 0 Win Line Play Score Lateral And Two Hot Forwards Overcome Visitors Hnrdln-Simmons' Knnchers cnrricd their Oklnhomn City university visi- tors for n 20 to 0 loss Friday evening when they clinlkcd up winning runs nt the rntc of one ench period. This tnnrked the sixteenth straight win for the Cowboys nnd the eighth this sea- son. The host delegation made one touch- down on nn orthodox line play ono off n lateral nnd two on whistling forward passes. Two Tough Hablcs Two reasons the scortf'was no larger were Woodworth a rip-snorting guard; nnd Revels a quarterback who monotonously quick-kicked over the Cowboy safety's head to take the Goldbugs out of danger. Woodworth wore No. 47 and it often seemed that the whole Oklnhomn City team was wearing No. 47. Woodworth was in that many places nnd he finished nearly every piny with an armload of Hardin-Slmmons ball carrier. Clarence ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 27 November 1937

vSZrffftr" s''' if'r rf i TIIE H-S U BRAND V h Is ft i r -. r '. Officials Release Extension Bulletin Announce Special Courses Offered By University A new bulletin has been released by H-SU announcing the correspondence and extension service at offered by this university under the direction of Mrs. E. M. Landers. Tho department of correspondence and extension is a separate yet in- tegral part of II-SU. All instruction in this department is under the sup- ervision of regular staff members of tho university. The department is so organized that prompt and careful service is insured. In the extension classes where the demand is sufficient to justify it class work in extension will be of' fcred on Saturdays and evenings both in Abileno and other convenient centers. Students taking correspondence work aro required to have a resi- dence of one year at the university. The last semester of work toward the B. A. degree must be done in resi- dence. This department offers courses in Art Bible a...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 27 November 1937

?? PL A YERS PRESENT 'THREE CORNERED MOON9 ''s- THE 11-8 U BRAND v ' Cast Scores Hit With Audience Thursday Evening Character Portrayals Arc Most Noticeable In Stage Production lly Hurt Shclton Despite the cold norther that de- scended on Abilene earlier in the day n large enthusiastic and appreciative nudienca viewed the initial presenta- tion of "Three Cornered Moon" in the II.-S. U. auditorium Thursday eve- ning. The play first major production of the university Players club this sea- son unquestionably made a hit with the audience. Spectators were favor- ably impressed with the student In- tel pretation Of this three-act comedy portraying the actions of a rich fam- ily who suddenly realize that they ha've been cleaned out by the stock market crash. The realization that the Himplegar family must work if it is to cat crushed the entire group but in tho end they learned to live like humans Hricf Kcvlcw Dependency of Donald (Avery Lee) a temperamental author upon Eliza- beth Hlmpleg...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 27 November 1937

jr if Pafe 8 THE HS U BRAND Cowgirls Have VERSATILE GROUP Full Program By ZONA HORN At tho first of this semester 30 lucky young ladies haunted tho H-SU campus for about two weeks with grotesque make-up comical clothes nnd strict orders "not to speak to any boys." Yes it was tho Cowgirl pledges. Then when these girls wcro fin- ally initiated they blossomed out in their spanking new purple and gold uniforms. For miles around one could henr the buttons on their blouses popping with pride. Tho organization proved itself vcr- satila nnd the old members entertain- ed the new ones with a social. In turn tho new initiates feted the old members. After that the Cowgirls got down to work. They sponsored a drive to sell season football tickets. They sold tickets for E. Edwin Young's piano recital. On the special train to Wichita Falls November 6 tho or- ganization operated a concession sale nnd with various winks nnd persua- sive tones were able to put some money into tho treasury. This year t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 4 December 1937

Vol. XXII Z713 HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXAS DECEMBER 4 1037 No. 11 Cowboy Clash With Represent H-S U H vH --H H A new quartet from H-SU composed of Joe Dene Propst Dexter Riddle. Charles McLaughlin and Dick Griffin made its debut nt the U. T. U. con- vention during Thanksgiving week at Beaumont Their first appearance was in the main auditorium Thanksgiving morning before 6500 people. They made eight appearances at the convention. Well gentlemen the Cowboys will engage dear old Hard Pain collctch this p.m. In the traditional grid-fest that may be the toughest tussle of the season. It'll take the twelfth man that old Cowboy spirit in a big way to dish the dope so let's be out there from whistle to gun and back those Cowhands. Rack Howard Payne You know when all these exes come to the campus every year it makes me think about time when I shall join their ranks. However since this is my last year to have to think . . . such thoughts I rather hate to pon- der on the subject of...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 4 December 1937

rf THE H-S U BRAND fa f I' r I I: ftp n - -v y A " -. -V s Editorials All we have willed or hoped or dreamed of good shall exist; Not its semblance but itself. Robert Browning. Today Is The Day Exes Alumni Welcome I Today is the day now is the time not for all men to come to tho aid of their country but for you to enjoy a full round of homecoming events scheduled for YOUR day. With the program start- ing with a pep rally last night the climax will be reached when the Cowboys clash with the Jackets on the Ranchers' gridiron. Homecoming is no longer something to be looked forward to it is here a reality for you and us. Everything has been prepared to the nth degree so that tho day may not become borcsomo at any time. All that is left to be done is the partaking of the enjoyment that is in store for all. Hardin-Simmons is devoting her time and atten- tion wholly to your wishes and comforts for the hours you spend on her campus this week-end. If for any reason anyone's happiness is not ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 4 December 1937

vm. THE H-S U BRAND Ff I Cowboy Homecoming December 4 it Jacket Opposition Feels Gay Ural Coaches Wear Long faces Over Injuries To Outstanding Gridders Both Teams Have Crippled Crews For Today's Tilt Yellow Jackets To Enter Conflict With Fine Record; Cowboys Arc Undefeated lly Lev Hudspeth With the opening whistle of the Cowboy-Yellow Jncket game just n few hours off Conches Frnnk Kim- brough nnd McAdoo Kenton are wear- ing lone; fnecs ns n result of nn epi- demic of Injuries to their star grid- dors. Sports writers give the Cowmen the edge but the fnct that Cherry Crow- ell Frost nnd BIgelow will be out of the starting lineup somewhat dulls the hopes of the Handlers. No tenm this senson hns chnlked up a big score on Kenton s Texas conference champions nnd they hnve met with but one defeat. Tills was at the hnnds of the powerful little Arkan- sas State Teachers of Conway Ark. Only Flaw in Record This 10-13 defeat is the only flaw in nn otherwise perfect record for the classy Brownwo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 4 December 1937

Pag 4 THE H-S U BRAND kJ II I Cowboy Claih With H PC (Continued from Pago 1) for tho coming year. Tho H-SU club will hold its homo- coming dinner nt 0 o'clock tonight nt tho Wootcn hotel coffco shop. Noll Sewell will bo mnstcr of ceremonies. Tickets will bo 76c each and they can bo purchased from Jim (Ox) Bnllew. Press Group to Celebrate At 7:30 in tho Hilton hotel coffco shop the Press club will hold an in- formal dinner for present nnd past members and staff writers. Noll Sowcll will be chief spokesman. At 8 o'clock tho Cowboy band ban- quet for present members and ex- bnnd men will bo held in tho Wootcn hotel. Tickets may bo purchased from Jack Simmons. Tho homecoming program will ter- minate Sunday morning with Dr. M. A. Jcnkcns of tho First Baptist church nnd Dr. C. A. Powell pastor of tho University Baptist church hold ing special morning services honor- ing Hardin-Slmmons nlumni exes nnd visitors. Yellow Jackets Take- (Continued from page 3) Although Unrdln-Simmons did not co...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 11 December 1937

i I LmJiU-. mPv i D 9 a 1 H 1 BM" H 1 tf taBL Vl H HPH 1 wTpTl. I M Vol. XXII Z715 HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXAS DECEMBER 11 1937 No. 12 Burns McKinney Rates A P All-America Quarterback Selection Cowboy Varsity Spuad Picks All-Opponent Gridiron Team mtm T) Well children the subject for our today's discussion is "Marriages Past Present and Future." But first perhaps it might be well to mention that there were more than two thousand exes for the Homecom- ing celebrations and more than six thousand visitors at the Howard Payne H-SU grid conflict that almost left the Rancher undefeated record stranded out there in the middle of Cowboy stadium. And now to get into our subject. . . . Marriages of the past must un- doubtedly be mentioned first and primary among these will bo the foot- ball players who carry the ball from an unsung inspiration on the side- lines. ... SID HUBNER and his WIFE are two students who seem to bo happy though married. And too wc have the case of the happy...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 11 December 1937

-? "?WWWR?WK J'jj W t THE H-S U BRAND . Ik V Editorials This world's no blot for us nor blank it means intensely and means good: To find its meaning is my meat and drink. Robert Browning. Degree In Failure An apparently absurd idea suggested recently by Don Hcrold in n magazine nrticlo may contain more meat than oven ho intended. He humorously and delightfully proposed that modern colleges offer a D. P. degree the letters standing for Doc- tor of Failure. There he believed would be THE degree for a majority of modern students. Since a majority of us seem to be doomed to pro- fessional failure anyway the proposal went on why not have a course in the college curriculum which would teach us to fail gracefully t The fact that Hcrold got his idea from the recent survey made of the Harvard class of 1011 does not necessarily imply that the members of that class who have not done well have done so ungracefully. If we refine this suggestion and remove some of the more ridiculous aspects of i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 11 December 1937

'-t THE n-S U HRAND TMfi t ii t!s lis. 8sj4lS BASKETEERS INAUGURATE SEASON MONDAY NIGHT P(Q)t SlutS I Dy Harper Van Ness Hums "Scooter" McKlnncy co-cap-(nin of the undefeated Cowboys this week received the highest honor that could come to a football player in a small school he was named quarter- back on the Associated Press' Little All-Amerlcan. . . . Says the Fort Worth Stnr-TclcRrnm: ". . . Hums McKlnncy 160 lb. sparkplug jack- rabbit runner and crack passer of the Hnrdin-Simmons team that is unbeat- en for the second year." ... In addi- tion to McKinney five other Cowboys received honorable mention. . . . They arc Davis and Reeves ends; Crowcll tackle; Sclfridgc guard and Cherry full- back. . . . Harry Kline Emporia Teacher end and fttektNNE- Elmer Cochran Murray State guard were also named on the first team. . . . The Little All- American is limited to schools of less than 1000 enrollment. . . . The expected 1938 game with the Loyola Lions seems to have fallen through. . . . The...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 11 December 1937

Pare 4 THE H-9 U BRAND Ministers Hold Annual Banquet One Hundred Students Attend Af fair Tuesday Approximately one hundred II-SU students participated Tuesday evening in the nnnunl Ministerial bnnquct. Tho nffnlr was held in tlio dining hnll of the University Baptist church and was sponsored by the Priscilla Helpers club organization of minis- ters' wives. Mrs. James Alexander served as toastmistrcss for tho occasion and diiectcd tho program "Prophets and Losses for 1037." Tho progiam consisted of piano solos by Louise Ducklcy and Fernctta Foley vocal solos by Mrs. Bill Ga'ddis and Mrs. Loin Gibson Denton and the following talks: "Prophets and Loss- es in Courtships" Chns. Dickson "Prophets nnd Losses in Hollywood Tryouts" by Avery Lee "Prophets and Losses In the Nursing Profes- sion" by Mrs. Edward Freeland "Prophets nnd Losses in Being n Pas- tor's Wife" by Mrs. Finis Williams and "How to Profit by Our Prophets !lnd Losses of 1037" by J. D. Riddle. m MOVIE PROGRAMS iiiiminmTwwwm '...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 18 December 1937

". M Vol. XXII Z7IB HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXAS DECEMBER 18 1937 No. 13 UNIVERSITY GRIEVES DEATH OF BELOVED BENEFACTOR I JahLU Px I j V 3L M .H. K .B V1 H H Hv b HLpH. H B B Jf Yi iv T Well my dear children 'tis time fur Rood old Snlnt Nick to call again on all the little los and girls Hint have been good this past year. (P. S. I wonder how many H-SU students! enn qualify?). And I know good and well that there are numerous professors who eliminated themselves this past week by waiting until the students wcie deeply engrossed In plans for going homo for the Yuictide celebrations to gently break the news that a test would be forthcoming before school Jet-out for Christmas. The administration itself unques- tionably erased any personal misdeeds from the North Pole record book when they heeded the student body request for a three day extension of the holi- day period. Uur bouquet of orchids goes to them this week . . . and for several weeks to come . . . cause we sure do lik...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 18 December 1937

ll -' fM&ttt&fF' iww 'vjtw jr. ; 'f .; vvi - v.''?i?!: - 'i ri .;' fMl THE H-S U BRAND wtu-w $ i-fr. V" m & fif I. y (.V. fl- A- I- ft. I !.- l N IF &K s& 126 IS' '?' v &-'. M p- ; jj' i -' cfe' c5ditorials And We All Sat Down When old age shall this generation waste Thou shalt remain in midst of other woe than ours a friend to man to whom thou say'st 'Beauty is truth truth beauty' that is all Ye know on earth and all ye need to know. John Keats. Cowboy Spurs Well folks here Is still another Cheerio ye Simmonsites I With the Christmas season already upon us the press has tho Yuletide spirit of goodwill to man and refuses to publish another paper this year so Cowboy Spur (much to your surprise; that you will not bo bothered with reading tho you thought you wouM find out the "imnK" pnntca tnercin. author's name by now). Many have The Brand feels that it is its duty to do at least been accused of writing this Insult to one good deed a year and takes this opportu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 18 December 1937

;. lMtJSW jWr' 'V"4 f - w; -"i -jw&i THE H-8 U BRAND A!. ALUMNI-EX STUDENT NEWS MMMMMMMMMHI '" . j H-S Homecoming Program Includes Gala Round Of Varied Festivities (Editor's Note: in an effort to - round up tho Hnrdln-Slmmons alumni Mm. H. A. Pender and Mrs. J. M. Chandler offer the following notes taking one graduate irom each class leaving H-SU since 1805). 1895 Mrs. E. M. Eskridgo (Hlnda Barry '05) of Los Angeles Cal. visited her mother Mrs. Rosa Barry in Abilene tho past summer. 1896 Mrs. Jeanne L. Rice (Jeanne Logan '00) will sail on Nov. 30 from Califor- nia to make her home in the Philip- pine Islands where her son Charles now lives. As Miss Jeanne Logan she was the first president of the H- SU Alumni association when it was organized in 180G. 1897 Mrs. A. L. Putnam (Ada Malone '07) has recently moved from Plain- view to San Antonio. 1898 Victor II. Anderson 1898 lives in El Paso Texas where he is owner of the Savage Oil Co. 1899 Mrs Fmlcy Holmes (Jo Bunting '09) lives in...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 18 December 1937

" V Pf4 THE IT-S U BRAND THE STORE WITH A WORLD OF GIFTS . GIFT FOR GIFTS APART FROM THE AVERAGE Fill a Treasure Chest at auta (ElaitH Lltttrrfi B. S. U. nnd I want to know why It is that I can't get tho B. S. U. enr to Dear Santa Clnus: Plenso bring me n girl whose fother Isn't in the peanut business because peanuts are hard on my weak heart. And please Santa make her as cuto as I thought Frances .was because honest she was the sweetest thing. I guess that's nil this time but If you enn't bring someone else then please bring my blonde back to me. Your little friend Mclvin Burgin. Dear Santa: Plenso bring some mistletoe to hang over my head I'm weakening. Your good little Ituth I. Cottcn. Dear Santa: Please bring mo a new show ticket. Evons has quit mo for my cousin. Yours Liz Bagwell. P; S. Also bring Buster n broken arm so he can't play his drum but not too broken. You understand. .Cookie Bagwell. Dear Santa: Please bring me a now pair of shoes if you can find some big enough. And...

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