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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 14 May 1938

VvT V "- - r r ' v VjpyS s?- . THE n-8 U BRAND Ej& i ?w iiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii i mitiiii- Q SOClETy Ik NE1DS iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiini m Scroggins Boaz To Wed June 4 Juno 4 was named as dnto for the marriage of Willie Evelyn Bona daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Boaz and Fcrmnnd Scroggins of Mercedes son of L. M Scroggins of Abilene when formal announcement of their engagement was made in the home of Mrs. J. M. Collins Thursday Apt II 29. The wedding will take pWo at the ranch house of the bride's parents near Merkel after which the couple will leave for a tour of the Western states. They will return to Mercedes where Scroggins is athletic coach and mathematics Instructor. Both the bride and the groom were graduates of Hardin-Simmons in 1037. Miss Bonz was summer queen In 1030 and was also a member of the Cowgirls organization. She is a fac- ulty member at Noo...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 14 May 1938

iww-aji- m i ' i- w '" H? (.1 -i' TW fi 4. V tt ' .- i !HJ . -'V ..- u THK U BRAND i v K.' . t-h .: .? ' 11 l ii r- j vt "V ' it IV H fa ft'K. it' I'" V Si. ?-. ro.Kl - tf 1 a tOOZE AND tOSINESS President Sandefer Discusses Beer For Electorate Youth of County By J. D. Sftiriefer I note that the electorate of Taylor County ia jflvtn the opportunity of expressing itself on May 14 on the question of whether or not it wants -y public sanction to put 4 per cent beer within the reach of those who desire it in this county that as I re- call outlawed beer and liquor more than 30 years. ago. Sixty years ago I Bigned alittle pledge in the presence of my now sainted mother and a white haired Methodist circuit -rider to the- effect that I would never touch beer nor any other intoxicating liquor except upon the recommendation of a physician. There is nothing in my past life that gives me more joy than the conscious- ness of having kept that pledge in- tact. I wish our citizens and espe- cially o...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 21 May 1938

THE H-S U BRAND Dead Week Special Final Issue Next Week Vol. XXII Z715 HARDIN-SIMMONS tNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXAS MAY 21 1938 No. 31 DAVIDSON TAKES FIRST IN CLASS BRAND COMPETITION . Well what do you think about it? No this innovation in the size of your Rrand is not to remain perma- nent just this week for special finan- cial fitcrary and pecuniary reasons. However students might be surprised to learn just how many school papers over the country use this and similar size publications each and every week. .This is the same size as the Daily 'Lariat published every day (except Saturday Sunday and Monday). The Daily Reveille at Louisiana State reg- ularly employs this tabloid style. Yep those young uniforms that are taking the girls eyes will be gone by tonight boys. Just the young ten- der high school lads (and some las- sies) that are conducting their an- nual Tri-State band festival here in Abilene this week-end. Just as' dead week commences and it was supposed to have started yes- te...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 21 May 1938

ft 'THE 11-9 tl BRAND "Base envy withers at another's joy and hates that excellence it cannot reach." Thomson. IN ABILENE IT IS Editorials Taking Stock As graduation time draws closer and closer for the seniors of H-SU it is difficult to desist recalling exper- iences classes and knowledge gained while partaking of the opportunities that the school has offered for the past four years. Looking back upon records that in numerous cases don't quite measure up to standards of what should have been accomplished it is only natural that parting from the school will come with some regrets. Now is the time for all students to 'realize that the school continues its yearly training for the benefit of those that seek to better themselves. A good university education is one of the most valuable assets with which a young person can equip himself to undertake the experiences of life. Taking stock should be an incentive for the undergraduate to look at the completion of school as an accomplish- ment...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 21 May 1938

Pond Wins Seventh In National Tumbling Contest at Philadelphia THE H-S U HRANO Sixteen Champs Make Competition Charles Pond Cowboy cheer-leader nnd Southern AAU tumbling cham- pion returned to the H-SU campus today from Philadelphia where he won seventh place in the national AAU gymnnstic finals. Sixteen sectional champions from New York to California participated in the nationnl tumbling finals. Pond recently elected senior cheerleader is a Dallas boy and was elected this year to the Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities. And here is n bird's eye view of the three-minutes of fast moving action that the tumbler presented in a bid for the national title: First routine in four phases: Round off flip flap half and round off flip flap full twister. Round off flip flap half and round off flip flap full twister. Handspring forward round off flip flap back forward. Round off flip flap twisting round off flip flap back flip flap forward. This is 'the second in five numbers: Round ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 21 May 1938

Pf4 THE H-S V ORAND News Birfefe Jocdcno Propst won first plnccand $35 nt the tri-stntc nmntcur contest nt Lubbock Tuesday evening. Amos Cnldwcll placed third in the compe- tition thnt included 35 contestants from Oklahoma New Mexico and Texas. H-SU male quartet composed of Jocdcnc Propst Dexter Riddle (paries McLaughlin and Dick Grif- fin presented their sermon in song at the University Baptist Church last Sunday evening. Two hundred visitors were on the campus last week-end for the region- al piano tournament that included some 90 entrants in the meet. Dis- trict honors went to 40 state honors to 20 and national honors to 30 con- tenders. Students came from Mid- land 'Floydada Hamlin Stamford Haskell Cisco Gorman San Angclo and Abilene. Retiring student council members will hold a joint session with the in- coming group Monday afternoon. The' council is to present a personal gavel to Frank Selfridge in a chapel cere- mony May 25. The council gavel will be presented to Avery Lee pr...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 28 May 1938

1 -1 Vol. XXII Z71S HARIHN.SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXAS MAY 28 1938 No. 32 SENIORS BEGIN FORTY-SIXTH ANNUAL COMMENCEMENT l: 13? v v r !" -4 ll Kills the dcndlinc for the present staff Is here. All that has preceded these final feeble efforts is now Indelibly stamped "thirty." For this reason we have no apologies to make and find the single consolation in finishing up the job lies in the fact that vc have actually made a few STRONG fiiends while creating any number of BITTER enemies. For those rones amidst the many thorns we are grateful for having made the trials and tribulations of college life and editorial responsibility an interesting experience. We would not ignore the foe their criticism unaffected by friendship was often used to an advantage. Deforc going into the final song nnd dance festival though contrary to journalistic creeds we lecall a few experiences that might be overlooked in the rush. Get out your handker- chiefs. Here comes that sob stuff. Seniors do you reca...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 28 May 1938

-ie ; t-i ?.. Nt THE H-S U BRAND . ONE HUNDRED FORTY-FIVE PARTICIPATE IN ANNUAL GRADUATION PROGRAM '. TU t !? y V IP ft r t lot I'- Iff l -i k 1 I r i $r i t : It "'J V Receive Diplomas In Ceremonies Next Wednesday (Continued from page 1) E. Brown Robin Jones Clack Richard I. Collier Dorothy Sue Collins Sarah Elizabeth Cox Naomi Elaine Davis Clarence Willis Dawson William Rees Gaddls Etewanda Riddle Cad- dis Leola Hopkins Harris Gladys Mo- zelle Gooch Buster P. Horn Harrcll William King James Andrew King William Alvin McAdoo Bernice Hart McClure Anna Margaret McGraw William Coke Mingus Jr. Alton B. Mosley Hibbard Glenn Polk Harry Franklin Powell Jr. Harris Thad- daeus Ray Wilma Richardson Burton Cloyd Shelton William Clifton Tag- gart Jr. George Washington Thom- as Jr. Louise Toombs Millard Ar- thur Waters Frances Kathryn Wright Bachelor of Arts. Dfelton Caffey Elizabeth Joyce Reed Clara Laverne Yeargan Baachelor of Science. Buster F. Horn Bachelor of Music. Amarillo Len Eldon Mahur...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 28 May 1938

t -r ' 'r- ll i THE II-S U BRAND Cowboy Band To Play National Rural Letter Carriers Convention MusiciansRepresent Texas Delegation At Washington Meet Ranchers To Entertain At District Conference Here Early Next Week Proposals thnt the Ilnnlln-SlmmoiiH University Cowboy Bund Rive the Texas delegation noted musical rep- resentation at the Nntlonal Kurnl Let- ter Carriers' convention in Washing- ton in August arc being favorably received and generously supported by the association's membership through- out the state. Official State Hand Tlio plan is to hnvo the II-SU Cow- boy Band widely traveled toast of two continents ns official music' milkers for the Texas association's convention goers. Support to underwrite the finnn clnl expenses of the band's trip is lib' oral to date with fuwer thnn 200 members of the Texas stntc associa- tion contributing several hundreds of dollars in amounts of from $1 to $2G. Paul Attaway at his home in Big Spring is acting ns director of the Cowboy Bund t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 28 May 1938

w '"5Tr3?7 t N HI THE II-S U DRAND !T;KV " W iQq&ffi'wwirTt"''' -'.. !A I N k r $. lv &' ; DWr fW &-yr . l) Eh .'.. 5? ;M .j . 'y-' t -V K "' - J -'"' ; : . Wfr CRanch cTalk Bditoridls w That Last Issue Here Again With this issue of the Brand the publication will pass into new management the first regular num- ber of which will be printed about the middlo of September. It is with a sigh of regret that the present staff 1 both editorial and business bid the student body adieu. Wo have honestly enjoyed every minute of onr experience of sketching your campus world and it has been with the aim in mind of favoring no person or group rnthcr the news; of maintaining a neutral stand in all things which we did not feel a perfect moral freedom in condemning or prais- law titwl ft tin lit nf .lit 111 lull ttl IP 11 1.11 1-11 w limit n t . Sed H e to' the ndnraion and student f ? " mud out of their crowd body. We have made several alterations this year m policy in feature content an...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 28 May 1938

(f JUHrViJil -"..y . "T.TZ7 . . ' . V Vi !? -'. ifcvur'1 ? Ajui..i'! r- v ? - THE H-S U DRAND Ptl --w COWBOY GRIDIRON MACHINE TRAVELS TEN THOUSAND MILES NEXT SEASON Rancherg Engage Squads From Six Different States Fourteen Varsity Men Leave Delegation Wealth Of Reserves Hnrdln-Simmons gridiron machine undefeated in 17 starts are facing n fust opening 10 game schedule for 1038 which will carry them on more than 10000 miles of exodus from the forty acres. Thrice to Coast The globe trotters nre to make two jaunts to the West Coast one to Ken- tucky and to Oklahoma and another to Arizona which will nccount for most of the mileage. The "grid com- bination which placed six men oh little All-American squads the past season confidently faces a schedule which appears to bo the toughest in history. Current material shows good pos- sibilities of ndnptidn to the Kim- brough system of Rnzzlc Dazzle and Hipper Dipper play ... At least in- dications arc good for the passing game. On the receiving ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 28 May 1938

iJB it ( Mi-6 Fatal THE H-8 U BRAND ..J1. DIVIDED INTO SECTIONS Students Plan Annual Art Exhibit Sunday Afternoon In Caldwell Building Annual art exhibit by students in the art department at Hardln-Sim-mons university is scheduled from 4 to 0 o'clock Sunday afternoon at Caldwell fine arts building. Tho exhibit has been divided into sections sold A. M. Carpenter head of the department with one room con- taining only Mexican subjects whilo another black and white subjects in charcoal and pencil are featured. Still nnothcr room contains water colors. Many sketches aro of scenes on the campus. One problem of special interest in the methods class1 a project that drew favorable comment whilo on ex- hibit at the West Texas chamber of commerce building is a picture from torn bits of an Abilene Reporter- News. Tho paper was painted in colors necessary for composition then was torn into bits and pasted to form n primrose. Pictures to be on exhibit: In pencil "Abilene Hall" by Char- lotte Coll...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 16 September 1938

V '" ? ' v. U i C i m. n-t ""' "r SI r "B All it n - " PvrvHa3MIiMJ r"B HJHA -sHsm lvHK. Hl Fkju See Cowboys w Vl VVtll & 11. t r I S' y. I ' I i. iv V f fe &. ft af Ittf ; fe- P. Student Council Begins Second Year Of Operation Under Present Ruling; Lee Announces Tentative Program BaS-iMri L. Sg5- This first edition of the Brand for the year children is an overstuffed sample of something yorsc than you will have to lead for the lcmuiiidcr of the year. Later perhaps there will ac- tually be news in the sheet. These first editions .inevitably consist principally of plugs for the great causes and histories of the great conquests made by the school. There should be u plebcscitc taken of the student body to see if "dirt columns" are desited in the Brand this year. Lust year they became extremely unpopular and there uie definite threats that they will be abolished. Although the editor of the Brand has not been selected yet he will whoever he Is appreciate the expression of opinion...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 16 September 1938

-rv; t fcaal THE H-S U BRAND AN FRANCISCO DONS WILL GIVE COWBOYS BATTLE ' 'liVtfVTlE $ IV " v-V. R. : i :' ' t i fl a: E i-j ?. lis- ? iri X iHv IK ' wz : v. !.. ' r it 1 1 L'V &aHv ' El' I"-. 'S k "iiVf UU ftir- ' & .... ' B.v ? . fcrv. 6 f ' it-. 7'-."-v r 'n. &?? swv fit v ; h J i'l' Practice Period Before Trip West Only Two Days Trek To Coast Will Begin Wednesday Game Is Friday Conch Frank Kimbrough'a Cow boys will have only two days of prac tlco next week before leaving for San Francisco where they will tan glo with the University of San Fran cisc6'Dons next Friday night. After making the long tiring trip the Ranchers will hardly have time to limber their legs before the kick off next Friday night. Sunday the San Francisco Dons meet St. Mary's of San Antonio on the Dons' homo turf in their season's opener. The Dons will have the fol- lowing week to prep for the Cowboy encounter. Reports from San Francisco re- veal that Coach George Malley is counting heavily on a gr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 16 September 1938

'i t 1 h " v " ; .t V Hk -i- .O '- vO c fl COWBOYS OPEN SEASON WITH DANIEL Dope Gives Kimbroughmen Margin . But Hillbillies Primed For Conflict Ranch Veterans of Past Years Missing As First Game Sighted; Newcomers Hold Slots By Bob Murdock Conch Klmbrough's Cowhands inaugurate a rugffed pigskin season to- morrow when they barge into action on home turf against the Daniel Uakor Hillblllic who arc out to take the Purple and Gold Range Riders into camp. Tomorrow opening klekoff will note the absence of several powerful gridiron veterans of last ycra's undefeated squad. Notable backfleld ab- sences Include the hip-swinging Little! All America Hums McKlnney bald patcd powerhouse Ed Cherry and field general Eldon Mahuron. D. B. C. Coach Shorty Hanson Students Figure In City's Softball State Championship Team Includes Ex-Cowboy Stars Abilene softball games during the summer found many H-SU students taking part. The successful Coca-Cola Bottlers that won the state titlo and were only defeat...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 16 September 1938

JfWf t : y '".f"'"1"-:.'' v --!53T5PT F'V'TT. ' ' " -' m' . . wr ;" . isjapi B. nt ftr - fttfjft THE H-S U BRAND IF" " " 3S ' H I o ' I W.- 'A r' t ' )( Eu el - R p'1 ifr 1 EC i. 5 m r-if3"' ftif 6l '" fvw ;;':V ' 1 v v't '!! eft- WW. f9v ' " - ' itoridls Welcome Again Welcome addresses have been in order since Adam .first led Eve into their garden home but dtteto the frequency of their use have come to be regarded as trite and unnecessary in most cases. This is not one such case. Hardin-Simmons uni- versity is a sincere school standing for concrete and sincere Christian ideals. She is built upon the foundation of friendship and understanding and this welcome is meant for all. This school wants to know and help you. It is your own fault if she docs not. Freshmen you arc especially welcome for with- out such as yo uthc school would soon cease. Enjoy yourselves meet all the people you can and pre- pare to spend one of the happiest years of your life. You will get out of this year of s...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 16 September 1938

1 ( THE II-S U BRAND ll MODERN.AND COMPLETE FOOD STORES FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES FRESH AND SMOKED MEATS FISH AND SEA FOODS Popular Local and Nationally Advertised Brands Exclusive Agents JOLENE HOLLYWOOD STYLED SHOES MINOR'S 165 Pine P aim 7F1 mM T I tvT BETTER DAIRY PRODUCTS Milk Ice Butter Ice Cream "They Taste Better" BEST IN FOOTBALL FRANK KIMBROUGH Best in Petroleum Products SINCLAIR Dub Wofford Service 302 Cedar St. Phone 4082 A Spflrklin 9 s n - I oracing ocverage Mz& A LARGE 12-OUNCC BOTTU 5tv un J. BEST WISHES FOR A SUCCESSFUL YEAR WestTexasJLMHties nn ifife J For all Lines of Beauty Work Two Complete Lines of Cosmetics Beauty by Fitch and Ferrel Destin VISIT Royal Anne Beauty Shop Under New Management Efficient Operators Byrd Gray Mrs. McCook 2109 Hickory Right Off Campus Black & Young Welcome Hardin-Simmons Students! Come to See Us. WALL PAPER PAINTS ARTISTS MATERIAL PICTURE FRAMING Greetings to Hardin - Simmons University Abilene Printing & Stationery Co. ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 16 September 1938

Y A k .' K " y i f IV 1 Pge THE H-8 U nrtAND ;t -t Alumni Groups In Summer Meetings Washington Picnic Honors Bandmcn Hnrilln-SlmmonS university nlumnl held tit least two and perhaps other mid-summer gatherings which were enjoyed by friends and exes of II- SU. ' The first was an outline at Austin during the University of Texas sum- mer session The second was a plenij at Washington D. C. on the Potomac River for the Cowboy Bnnd on Its August convention trip to the na- tional capital. At Austin the H-SU Exes guthcr- ud at Boston Springs for a picnic BUppcr and more than fifty attend- ed the event including a sizeable col- ony of Hardln-Simmons faculty mem- bers doing giaduatc study tit the university. Those attending inclu.1- ed: "Dr. and Mrs. Richardson Abilene; Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Irvin Lubbock; Mr. nnd Mrs. Edgar Summcilln Jacksonville; William E. Hagsdale Santa Anna; Lonnie U. Briggs Gatcsvillc; Mr. nnd Mrs. W. D. Maul- din Sweetwater; Mr. and Mrs. Hoyl Ford H-SU Abilene; Mr. and Mr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 24 September 1938

- - S"v Vol. XXIII Z715 HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVEWSITY ABILENE TEXAS SEPTEMBER 24 1938 No. 2 SAN FRANCISCO DEFEATS COWBOYS. 20-0 - & U 0 Homecoming 4 i .. I t Mm 2 ULi'i ?! 'A.t ftj '! ?5C J fcl 1 1 1 W WO :?; toW They tell us thnt the august stu- dent council is still toying with the idea of installing the "Big Brother" system on the campus. And at the rate they're toying the innocent little freshmen who're supposed to be the' little brothers will have families of their own to play papa to before the student council come out of its lethargy. No harm meant by this stu- dent council officers. You're all good boys but after all you're only a toy organization. You're welcome? Now just what the advantages of the big brother system are I'm not sure. The big brother system would pro- vide one of two things; 1. That each freshman have an uppcrclass big brother to teach him the ropes; or 2. That each upperclassman have a freshman to do his owrk for him. The upperclassmen aren't suckers enoug...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 24 September 1938

r y . '"' if. Nil THE H-S U BRAND .-f. 'V V7 u !' V I . kV I vw v & pi $- V r: r Wi H-W Editorials Use the Library "What is man? A foolish baby; Vainly strives and fights and frets: Demanding all deserving nothing.. One small grave is all he gets." Thomas Carlyle. (The Old Cynic). "As horses led to water Cannot be made to drink So students given books Cannot bo made to think." .Which simply means to apply it locally that many.. H-SU students do not take advantage of the opportunities offered by the campus library. Now the Hardin-Sinnnbns library is more than an idle boast. No doubt students from the gram mar schools and oven tho other colleges refer to it for varied and specific information and material. Is this instance in itself not proof enough of the library's value! Not only are there all types of books available but there arc also countless magazines pamphlets and daily newspapers. Now some students do take advantage of their many opportunities here. Those "horses" do not ...

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