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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 13 December 1947

. r7 n r 9m THE H-SU BRAND Saturday Dcmbr 13 1M7 Radio Electricity Courses Planned A course in Amateur Radio will j' be one of many new studies in ' radio and electricity to be offered ' next spring by the physics de partment of Hardin - Simmons University if ' sufficient interest warrants the addition of the course Dr. Robert 'A. Collins dean of arts and sciences an- nounced today. The courses will be instructed by Monroe G. Che- ney Jr. assistant professor of physics. Using the Radio Amateur's Handbook as a text the object of the course would be to preparo the aludent for taking the radio amateur's license examinations for Class C operation. Prof. Cheney stated that radio "ham" operating has long been a faror- lie hobby with many persons and that the new course to bo offered by Hardin - Simmons would be ideal for persons wish- ing to enter this activity. After completing the course the stu- dent would be qualified to oper- ate with a key. There will be no prerequisites for the cou...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 20 December 1947

XBml jqTy "f0"jT jiTJy ItTx tK?KtlfKBffKfwtKtKKi'Bfrm V j.7- CffavBWK'trcr?i;i' 5siHSi i7iivi iHr-wMi...'wwtHwr..BH... ... j .-rSI:iHS! .-TV..ttnctw5t "TVJ ; '- - " Vol. XXXII H-SU ABILENE. TEXAS SATURDAY DECEMBER 20 1947 No. 13 vTwarKJjmrrrT jrz.nmmm.MMr-j. .rrMr mLZi wbJBB W'7'HHBr'4nmuiHVt?3Tr1.'.rr':-aPC-'. ySrnBWBK5IPJSHff!tj'j Wm5w .......-.- ....-.. - . .r.v;w fc What could bo moro appropriate on a Christmas card than a beautiful coed? And what coed more boautiful than H-SU Qucon Molly Hinds? Christmas cards from the mail box at Senior hall where the lives contribute to Molly's holiday happiness and hundreds of greetings to other H-SU students made tho "week before vacation" much moro cheerful. (Thurman Photo by Jones.) Material Available For Student Night Literature and information about Student Night at Christmas arc available in the BSU office according to Truett Sheriff re- ligious coordinator. The Student Night movement is sponsored by the Student de- partment in an effo...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 20 December 1947

:V p a THE H-SU BRAND Saturday Docembor 20 1947 If l ' It . r EDITORIALS.... Dear Lord this Christmas day celebrated in com- memoration of Your birth will be our third held in a peaceful setting since the close of the lato world conflict. It will bo a day of reverence among all and joy among many but among some thcro will bo sorrow. Christmas day is usually the one day of the year when the family circlo is complete but in many homes throughout our country a gold star will mark a break in that circle. Knowing the sorrow felt in our own country on this day of rejoicing let us bo reminded of the state of people in less fortunate parts of the world. You have seen fit to place ns in a favorable position from which wo might ease the suffering of others so if it be Thy will place it in our hearts to do so. Help us dear Lord as we scatter to our homes through- out the country to carry with us a spirit of pcaccfulncss and love for our fellow man. Make known to our govern- ment a policy by wh...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 20 December 1947

THE H-8U BRAND Ff 9 Five Ranchers In 1947 All -Border Selections 2 7 Will Receive Grid Letters Saturday December 20 1947 1047 ALL-BORDER J FIRST TEAM Sob McChcsnoy H-SU Earl Rowan H-SU and Bcrnlo Wlnklor Tech Leo Kcily Toxas Mines Roland Nabors Tech Jack Ellison H-SU Raymond Evans Texas Minos Vincent Clstcrna Flagstaff Al Johnson H-SU Wilton Davis H-SU Fred Enko Arizona Rudy Krall NMU Although Texas Tech won the title players ftom Hardin-Sim-mons walked off with most of the honors in the All-Border con- ference football selections an- nounced recently Hordin-Simmons placed flvo men on the first team and two on tho second while iho best tho champs could do was placo a pair on each team. Cowboy tackle Earl "Straw- berry" Rowan and quarterback Al Johnson were included in the nil-conference selections for the second year in a row. Freshman halfback "Hook" Davis lcttcrmen guard Jack Ellison and end Bob McChcsney gained all-conference recognition for the first time. Last year's Border cha...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 20 December 1947

Page 4 THE H-BU BRAND Saturday Decombor 20 1947 ' " ftJsrefijB V v Watch Party Planned By University Church University Baptist Church will be the scene of a watch-night party Dec. 31 at 7 p.m. A full evening of entertainment will be presented featuring n supper an impressive candlelight ceremony at midnight and other forms of entertainment. The Brotherhood is to furnish the food for the party. All stu- dents' who will be in Abilene during the holidays arc invited to attend the church secretary said. o HSU Veterans Help Representative Who Talked With Truman Hardin-Simmons veterans con- tributed Tuesday morning to fi- nance a representative from Texas A. & I. who appeared before President Harry S. Truman Dec. 19 in behalf of Texas veteran stu- dents to discuss current problems of the group. The meeting was called after discussion of the matter by Dean R. A. Collins; J. N. "Red" Cleve- land student president; and Rob- ert Knox veterans editor of the Brand. The problems which the st...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 10 January 1948

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Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 10 January 1948

F 1BHSSJT"- ".. VVS'-V.tf :" ' t. ...i. . ' '8 v rv"; THE H-SU BRAND Saturday. January 0 IMS nw a - in . " i H& "SJ EDITORIALS.. Whether you're a freshman or a senior the feeling is the same. You can't describe it. There's nothing quite like it. You come back to the campus lulled by memories of happy vacation days your mind blissfully clear of all the knowledge and facts that cluttered it two short weeks And suddenly there's dead week staring you in the face. Reports themes notebooks and all that work you've been putting off are suddenly due. There's no evading the issue this time. The deadline stands un- alterable ; and the only choice is to make the host of it. It's late but not too late. You may be amazed at what you can accomplish in three days if your semester grade is dependent on your work. Plan to begin that unfinished work early Monday morning. If you wait until Tuesday night you're losing an opportunity to do your best work and all the material from the library will pr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 10 January 1948

I Saturday January 10 1948 THE H-8U BRAND I 7J Cowboy Cagers to Tackle Arizona Five Here Tonight By DUANE SANDLIN Tonight Hardln-Simmons University's variable cage quintet undefeated in three conference starts takes on the defending Bor- der champion five from the University of Arizona at 8 o'clock in Rose field house. Paced by all-conference and all-Southwoit forward Line Rich mond who led the Border circuit in scoring last year the Wildcats from Tucson have been estab- lished as favorites to cop the con- ference crown again this winter. Already the Arixona quint has caused trembling fear among Border opponents by recently trouncing Baylor's touted Bears among the best in the Southwest conference. After being sub- dued by the red-hot Wildcat cagers Baylor irokked to the Pa- cific coast where they downod UCLA by an impressive margin. Last year the Arizona club finished their schedule with 21 wins in 24 games. Before Christmas holidays the Cowboys captured their first two conference ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 10 January 1948

MlbMWMlM THE H-iU BRAND Saturday. January 10 1MI h i it Dormitory Matron Compares Coeds Of 2 Generations By ANN Mrs. Idalou Holman Moody matron of the girls' new dormi- tory doesn't think coeds have changed much since her college days. To the general question "How do you believe the girls have changed most since you were a student at Hnrdln-Slmmons in 1917-1920?" Mrs. Moody replied "I believe modern mothers start teaching their daughters much earlier about things that were previourly not mentioned till the girl was older. Thus I think modern girls are wider awake and more alert to world affairs and problems. Of course the radio and screen have brought many things up that would earlier have been considered improper. But on the whole I don't believe girls have changed so much." "How do you think interests hare changed in music sports clothes and . boys?" the was asked. Pertaining to music Mrs. Moody said that she thought "ar- tificial music" popular numbers have replaced a great part ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 17 January 1948

. t t 41 ' e Match 0f jbiml QladuaUl rciKSgSS a"s? ;-' Vol. XXXII H-SU ABILENE TEXAS. SATURDAY JANUARY 17 1948 No. IS t Cowgirls Entertain Rancher Gridders The H-SU Cowgirls entertained the Cowboys with a "hot doe" supper Tuesday evening. There were approximately 100 persons present for the affair. Special guests for the occasion were members of the football team. Coach and Mrs. Woodson and Dawn Coach and Mrs. Evans and Roger Mac Mr. and Mrs. Joe Grba and the managers of the team. The menu consisted of hot dogs potato salad red beans pickles onions cokes and cake. The cake was decorated in purple and gold and bore the" inscription "Hardin-Simmons Cowboys 47- 48." participants on the program were introduced by Gap Shipp. Wanda Baker and Sue Ann Dun can sang "A Cup of Cotfee a Sandwich and You." Betty Roberts and Barbara Brown rendered an improvision of "When They Grow Too Old to Dream." They also sang "Temp- tation." Jcannine Johnston read "Mrs. Newly Rich." Macwyn Bailey and Betty B...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 17 January 1948

c;r'W A .:?" ' ?u."" THE Mit BRAND taiuttor. Juuur 17. itii EDITORIALS.... 1 "Vf fr s If .!! pit Popula JliUaAy r This suggestion is coming too late to be of any value ifchig semester but it's something to think about for 'next. Y Wliy doesn't the library or at least the annex remain jbpen on Saturday afternoons at least for several weeks 'preceding dead week and the end of the semester! Pig- .ures show that use of the library is much greater during that time. Advocate getting term work off early all you 'will; the majority of the students always wait until the deadline is imminent. Checking out reserve books over the week-end is some help but there aren't nearly enough books of the same kind for people who must use them. Then too the li- brary provides a better more quiet place for concentra- tion and study with reference aids convenient for use as needed. Proof that students need the library is shown by the fact the city library reading rooms were overrun Satur- day afternoon by s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 17 January 1948

iS s aWraav. Jaaaary "17ltU Cowpoke Quintet On Border Road By "BULLET" COQK 4 The high-ridin' Hardin -Simmons Cowboys surprise team of the Border conference have hit the trail this week leaving thcr glistening new Rose field house behind in an effort to remain conference co-leaders with the Texas Tech Red Raiders. Rated only as dark horses in early season play the Ranchers are showing a lot of hustle and basketball savvy and have been pulling a few capers on their Border loop foes. Since the Cowboys dedicated their huge athletic hall by brush- ing off New Mexico University Dec. 18 they have refused to be tamed. New Mexico A. & M. West Texas State and Arizona became victims in quick succes- sion. Following the conquest of lho Ariiona Wildcats last Saturday night the Ranchers were to meet Texas Mines at El Paso Thursday night New Mexico A. 8c M. Bt Las Cruces last night and tonight the Cowpoke hoopslers are slated to invade New Mexico at Albu- querque. The favorite role of the Bor...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 17 January 1948

l TmUQUAXD iiur-y iaauaxy i - March Drive Underway The March of Dimes was pre- sented to Hardln-Simmons stu- dents during the chapel hour Tuesday by J. N. "Red" Cleve- land and Whit Giddens president and vice-president of the student council respectively. Cleveland explained the plan for the campus campaign and Giddens outlined the history and objectives of the national drive. Student contributions at the chapel period Tuesday totaled $191.23 drive chairmen reported. Special containers have been placed at vantage points on tho campus to permit students to make contributions throughout the March officially designated from Jan. 15 to 30. Fifty per cent of the money contributed will be used in this community and 50 per cent will go into the national fund for re- search and aid to infantile pa- ralysis sufferers. o Creative Writing- (Continued from Page 1) Woods' novels have been pub- lished in book form serial form or complete in single issues of magazines. Woods has previously instruc...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 31 January 1948

Shan't Miu Jhe Batten keahe Welcome Mew Studentl vv" Vol. XXXII H-SU. ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY. JANUARY 31 1948 No. 16 K9mffim J&rfljr Ugf m' J IfBflflHllv I BCSA rSmt dEsCsfissssW j I S!UmMjF JmIt tfy ssssssssssMSif etssTBisBSBSSSSSST ii I Ls93ssssu3ss!BsSy4Bsssssl tbssssssB ssbss&i 'iv'vBsViW 'BsssssBsssssssssMBSssssssssssssssssssssssfBsssssssssVflssssV BsssssssssssssssssKssssssslsssssssssMBsr .bsss' .bsbbbissbsss!bssssss .uPHaT isssM bssssssssssbsssssssssw ssssssV sVssssssssssssssssssssV jBsssssssssssbsssssssssbbsssssssssssssssssssssk'7 grsiL u 'i'SS' 'aBssssssDssssssssssssssssssY.iBssssssssssssssssssssaBBr .BSssssPsssrXBSssssssssssW vbsssssssTbsWbW .rssssssssssa sssBsssssssssssssssrvflfcT nyQreBBBBBsiflBBBBBBBBBt?ysBBBT JIIEHlBeBssssssssssssss5BsssssBHriflfliifl 9BbssssssssHkc """.lUWfUftirK (-1: J6K&imsaHBSSSSSsHBB3fMBflsEBrHWew i S55A-ii. i UP I1 LI 'JraP ttivr-jii.-.ULiiT3.TV rtx Wi.v-'w-M;;!WWfc H-SU Bible Conference Set; Speakers Subjects Chosen Alec Templeton To ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 31 January 1948

THE H'SU BRAND Saturday January 31 1141 ? Iti i IV lU V . . up LX.r; .''iS- Y&l :mw x: EDITORIALS.... lUolilJlttUn. Socket Members of the H-S club linve suggested that all students either remove their other letters from jackets or refrain from wearing them on the campus. It is not n policy of the lettcrman's club to remove letters if they arc worn but it has been a tradition in this and every oUicr college or university for many years. lt is an honor to win a letter in the various sports anu1cvveryone should be proud of his letter but I don't think they are appreciated here on the campus. Wearing other jackets on the campus has caused a lot of undue excitement the past week due to a misunder- standing among the students. It happened that a mem- ber of the H-S club brought the matter up in as meeting and the club feeling that it was their duty to remind stu- dents of the age-old tradition had an announcement ma'dc in chancl. f Heretofore the matter has not caused any trouble and ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 31 January 1948

f ft !4 - f Irk A! Saturday January 31 1948 THE H-MJ BRAND Regional Golden Glovers Throw Punches Tonight 6 Cowboy Clouters Entered in Tourney Intramural Cage Program Revised By BERRY APPLING In the final week of fall semes- ter play the previously undefeat- ed Rambling Wrecks were stopped by the Bootleggers 32-28 to drop them to second place behind the basketecrs who are" sporting n record of three wins and no losses. A resume of games shows the basketecrs and Bootleggers com- ing through with impressive wins to strike fear into the rest of the teams. Games played on Jan. 14 saw Al Johnson lead the Basketeers to a 58-34 victory over the Spa?- tans with 12 points while the Bootleggers easily outscored Iho Hot Rocks in a 54-25 rout. In the third game of the day tho Rambling Wrecks outscored the Speedo's 37-25. Two games saw Swcely of the Doggies put on a scoring exhibi- tion as the Spartans were taken to a 45-19 drubbing. In the sec- ond game the Rebels took the measure of the Effingh...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 31 January 1948

Saturday January 31 1141 t English Usage Committee Makes Recommendation HM-M-M u'tsnnow- OQDiu&n. . .. JO-PAYM6MT UPS 20-PAYMIHT UFfi 2OYEARN0OWMtNT ENOOwMlNTATAtlfcO ENDOWMENT AT A6I6J L US H40 MAHD Veterams Pj That every graduate of Hardin- Simmons university be required to pass the Junior Proficiency ex- amination in written English is one of the recommendations mado recently by the English usage committee announces F. Allen Briggs professor of English and committee member. The Committee on English Usage believes that the most com- mon measure of a college educa- tion is not the numbc of facts learned by the student but the ability of the student to speak read and write the English lan- guage. In order to implement the program of English usage for the student the committee made the following recommendations in addition to that mentioned above: That in addition to the regu lar program in remedial work in written English (called English 110) the faculty set up definite remedial...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 7 February 1948

Gonial MineSiA. !f fri fll ?idi X1!$SSgMgjg " rS Vol. XXXII H-SU. ABILENE. TEXAS. SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 7. 1948 No. 17 Attend Reception ssssssssskvNssJ Jm '. D. Km5 B' Tim sssssssm J V tfm Ji BBiA J jFrjB&& jfi ll S JKriul H I tfThYV mfff .r sKV ssr I ssssssssB 'ssssft flLffssw si rHBTXjH Jff vTBKtH jfff &Jr Sr wl sssw iT$ffi!tfiljf&r HHBMhI KtBir.sjMW' 'j0wl AfJHVt1 U.vifTrIBr sPWassssssV .VSVK Ifw c iLrjMsslssssPiatiiisH r?w?zm0iJA'Kca2inmimKaFmmmmBMimmmz?TW v-r. r-"ViriJ--;-v.iAiz1vi-'v'i "swm!rm Players' Spring Production To Present Original Script "Black Is the Color" an original play written by Robert Nail of Albany will have its world premiere as the spring major pro- duction of Hardin-Simmons university Players on March 22 and 23 Dr. Katharine Boyd head of the H-SU speech department an- nounced at a meeting of Players club Thursday night. Written in two acts the play is the story of a cattle ustlcr who falls in love with a young girl of a pioneer family who have...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 7 February 1948

Saturday February 7 1948 Page t THE H-SU BRAND EDITORIALS.... 1. IW r K AtUnd Attut Gitwu Why don't more students attend artist course num- bers! That question has been voiced by many during recent years and we're wondering too. Every regularly enrolled student in H-SU has paid for his activity card in other words ho already has a ticket to every artist course attraction brought here. It couldn't bo a financial problem. And it isn't that students don't have time to attend these affairs. They arc scheduled so that few if any school activities conflict with them and students find plenty of time to attend sporting events and movies. Neither is it the quality of the artists who appear here. They are unquestionably the finest many of them have national reputations of long standing. The three artist course numbers scheduled here this spring are par- ticularly outstanding. Perhaps you've already missed the Barter Theatre play which was presented here last night. Next presentation scheduled...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 7 February 1948

-.e 3y Saturday February 7 1948 THE H-SU BRAND H-SU Contests Five Cowboy Glovers Cop Golden Gloves Crowns The three-night regional Gold- en Gloves tournament blazed to a whirlwind finish in Rose field house Monday night before more than 4000 cheering spectators and three Hardin-Simmons cham- pions began work this week for the state finals tournament which will be unreeled in Fort Worth Feb. 11-16. Tom Adams Hardin-Simmons' light heavyweight; Bill Burkhart Cowboy welter and Howard Mc- Cranio classy lightweight all withstood the regional weeding out process and held three of tho covoted open class championships which permits them to compete in Fort Worth for a chance at the national finals in Chicago. Adams 1947 state light heavy champion gained his berth in the state tournament without having a match in the Reporter-News three-night scramble. Adams was the only light heavy mittman entered in the open class. Bill Burkhart freshman leather pusher from Fort Worth who was the 1947 TAAF m...

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