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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 11 May 1935

rtffillp-'". j-''". ' .Wl ? 1 TIIE HARDIN-SIMM0N8 BRAND &&-Sfefili ii& IN ABILENE IT IS i Home of Natural Milk With Cream Tliat "Whips" Phone 6277 4th and Chestnut COWBOY TRACK TEAM COMPETES AT MEET .' . Ml"""? r - ssa (I a I" '" -V ;1 V1 KWGHOJRN -"..' " v-i . "- i . t 5? I? ' So' tf 'it y. if- .; Af - &. f- Terrp Tosses Javelin 208 Feet For Conference Mark; Foster Takes Singles Title Alton Terry Hnrdln-Slmmons track nco threw the javelin 208 feet 3 inches to break the Texas conference record by nearly 10 feet to give tho Cowboys first place in tho javelin throw nt tho conference meet Thurs- day and Friday at the university of Texas stadium. Abilene Christian led by tho sen- sational Drown twins Dclmcr and Elmer took first place by scoring 02 points. Howard Payne of Brown- wood was second with 45 1-3 and Hnrdin-Simmons of Abilene third with 27 1-3. Other team scores: Daniel Baker of Brownwood 18; St. Edward's of Austin 5; Southwestern of Georgetown 4 1-3 j McMurry o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 11 May 1935

' r.r'- r a yVwirrt j .-tr .vr.' " ' i i A V- j ? I J Paie Few THE nARDlN-SIMMONS BRAND " rSf 'WT V fcH' 'N. " " .i4rf0 'prstXTT'if-"' f . )fixtytecinLdl Birthday lis CeSelbireitadl By JJnnMuns Olsemi Dr. Julius Olscn dean of arts and sciences of Hnrdin-Simmons universi- ty was honored in his homo Sunday afternoon from four to six o'clock with a tea celebrating his sixty-second birthday. Informal games were played under tho supervision of T. N. Carswcll and brief talks were made by various guests somo of them telling of Dr. Olson's arrival in 1002 at Hardln- Slmmons university. Mrs. Olscn presided to cut a four- tiered birthday cako at tho refresh- ment table which was appointed in a striking note of red and white. Overlaid with lace tho tnblo was cen- tered with red roses and lighted with princess whins which matched tho blossom tint in color. Brick cream and mints wero served with tho enkc. Of tho seventy-five guests calling tho following registered in a birthday book: Thelma Andr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 18 May 1935

!f!p('?i''V'-1 . . 'tV ' w"f-fer'B''y "" v""wl"fv''?Tr5)VJ'" v' '' r w v ' Attend Class Picnics Finals Begin May 31 VOL. 19 HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXAS MAY 18 1935 No. 29 'FORTY-FOURTH COMMENCEMENT TO BE HELD JUNE 6 &hp rand 5' y ' !' I' It s 14 te & ?7 Ex -Students Banquet To Be Held June Fifth Mrs. Lynn Faucett To Make Principal Address At Affair Members of '35 Graduating Class To Be Guests Of Honor 200 Expected To Attend Outstanding Speakers And Artists To Appear On Program Annual banquet for alumni and ex- students of Hardln-Slmmons univer- slty will be held at a local hotel Wcd- nesday night June I L. P. Cook vice president of the ex-students associa- tion announced yesterday. Members of the 1035 graduating class nt the university will be guests of honor at the affair. Mrs. Lynn Faucett society editor of the Abilene Reporter-News will bo the main speaker for the program which has as its theme "Romnnco of Hardin- Simmons". Executive committco of the ex-studen...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 18 May 1935

- 'V'T'!'' "VV w r t ivs' "i tt. C1 ' TO K'f "7TV '7w" -t -..1-v 4 0 ' s - .. '.'- 'J. . fc tf ') ; at Tw THE HARDIN-SIMMONB BRAND v pwagsw'fiJ 'tV. .fA fr &$ : r- nw t :'' r . v !.( h! A .- :. V e .- V'T F- ft 6SL "c BifVi wi . JVy " S? Itf I 7 S Lv rj v s 'ia.. ST -f lfr- f I1 lii ; ey;. w -jv. Bv W fraH! A ?; CiJW . Rr w. rv T r v S Li I .V- H-' ii U1- ?e r l& ' IV" rv ?i .;. a" irfv i1 i A i '' v A . iV. Ks J. i. t t 3r lip weakly college newspaper jsar by Um Hardin-Simmons JBetfy el Hardin-bimmons latere tl m second class mail matter Abilene Texas under Sttfeteriptloa Price per year First Place in Texas Intercollegiate Press Association 1931 First Place in Texas Intercollegiate Press Association 1932 First Place in Texas Intcrcollcgiato Press Association 1933 First Place in Texas Intercollegiate Press Association 1934 Office: First Floor Abilene Hall 1302 University Drive. Downtown Office: Abilene Printing & Stationery Co. Editor-in-Chief ..............................

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 18 May 1935

. Hywt. Vfaf-y ? V iT i tK i f- m "5 . rT ' r-p ' '"-' -" V" 'rr;jg IT p t J . y "-i 'iSa fl a? if ' ( THE HARDIN-SIMMONS BRAND 4 ' t '.'. tr.' -" i; ' i V IN ABILENE IT IS Vi'. til 1J l -fcf rv WNGHORN stk fir A -tC0WB0YS TAKE THIRD IN CONFERENCE WILLARD FOSTER CROWNED CONFERENCE SINGLES CHAMP j4fon Terry Heaves Javelin 208 Feet To Break Record Hardin-Slmmons university trackstcrs captured third place in the annual Texas conference track and field meet lost week-end. Alton Terry Cowboy sophomore led In the breaking of records for the meet with a javelin toss of 208 feet 3 1-3 inches. Five other records fell while two were tied. The meet was transferred from G cornet own to the University of Texas stadium after heavy rains ruined the footing on the Southwestern track. Other Hardin-Slmmons men also did hero work in chalking up 27 1-3 points. C. S. Williams took first place in the high jump with n leap of 0 feet 1-2 inch with Clifford Wheeler scoring the other first with a discus heav...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 18 May 1935

TwmWf' '"- "-ty jjNV - 7v - mw - ' i I 1. r i- -- Pat Fee THB HARDIN-SIMMONS BRAND Mary Louise Ford Gives Piano Recital James Rodden Assists With Program; Ruth Schiebe Accompanist Mary Louise Ford pupil of E. Ed- win Young dean of music at Hnrdln- h West Texas High School Seniors Who Came For Annual Outing SCIENTIFICALLY PASTEURIZED GRADE "A" MILK K mm Cream Butter Buttermilk Creamed Cottage Cheese WVzm Better Candies PURE FOOD ICE CREAM iTnwmim Mmr Tirarrain "Healthful and Dcliciouf PV"!BiH Hferi.B Bi-lffB'Vi DIHlHflEEXrEHIIBIlH ' 1-V"I9 Slmmons university was presented in piano recital Thursday night in the university auditorium. Miss Ford was assisted by James Rodden voice pu- pil of Lola Glbson-Doaton head of tho voice department. The program: "Preludo and Fugus B Flat Ma- jor" (Bach); "Song Without Words 0 Minor' (Mendelssohn) Mary Louise Ford. "Questa 0 Quclla" flrom "Rigo- lctto" (Vcrdl)j "O Sole Mio" (Di Copva); "Serenade" (Schubert); "THe Lass with tho Dolicato Adr" (Arnc) ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 25 May 1935

r H' -fr - : rjf je-.- tV f .a r 4 ' f -l Ch.p. Dead Week Has Already Begun Finals Begin May 31 ii !'- VOL. 19 I'M HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXAS MAY 25 1935 No. 30 DICK POWELL CHOOSES RICHESON BRAND SWEETHEART iA. Brand s 1:0 . ' -y . i Cowboy Band Tourist Party To Sail FromNew York June 19 For Europe FORT Y -FOURTH COMMENCEMENT EXERCKES TO BE HELD THURSDAY JUNE 6 Addresses Will Be Delivered Class By Wilkinson Riddle Commencement Speaker Is Pastor of Church In England 89 In SeniorClass of '35 Baccalaureate Sermon Will L Take Place In University ' Baptist Church The Rev. T. Wilkinson Riddle of Plymouth England will deliver the three addircssos for commencement week at Hnrdin-Slmmons university beginning with the baccalaureate and missionary sermons Sunday Juno 2 and concluding with the commence- ment address Thursday June 6. For the first time in the history of the university one speaker will de- liver all three addresses. The Rev. Riddle is the distinguished pastor of the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 25 May 1935

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 25 May 1935

? T .r.' THE HARDIN-SIMMONS BRAND raa Baaa r' TTT ii i V iv a o 4 U - PHYSICAL ED TEAM SETS LEAGUE PACE Transfers Run Close Second In Contest; Four Roses Play 500 Percent For Third Place Through Thursday the Physical Ed club was leading tho intro-mural soft ball league with three victories and no losses to their credit. The Trans- fer squad was following a closn sec- ond with three wins and only one de- feat. The Four Roses came up third with nn even 500 per cent having won two and lost the same number of games. Tho tournament will end early next week weather conditions permitting. All games wcro held up considerably last week by rain but a new schedule was mado and play resumed Tuesday of this week. In tho games Tuesday tho Physical Ed team barely nosed out- the Four Roses 3 to 1 in hard fought game; tho Ministerial Council won a forfeit from the Pre-Meda the Wichita Falls club scored two runs in the first ta ng and one in the seventh to de- at the Brand Beauties 3 to 0. On cdnesda...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 25 May 1935

r 1 - ": V t i.JIOOT THE HARDIN-SIMMONS BRAND P Vaar - A V tfMfc aVlH Bb 1 0. amd D. Group Xn Wootenn Hotel Tho major social function of tho year for the Hardln-Slmmons chapter of tho Pi Kappa Delta national ora- torical and debating society was held Monday night at tho Hotel Wootcn in tho form of a banquet Tho hotel ballroom was decorated in purple and gold university colors and lighted with candles. Tiny gavels werp used as plato favors. Kelly Harnett president of tho or- ganization was toastmastcr and pre- sided over tho short program which consisted of a brief resume of tho year's work of tho Pi Kappa Delta and tho local chapter. Dr. R. N. Richardson followed with tho prin- cipal address of tho evening. James K. Polk was elected presi- dent of tho organization for next year in a short business meeting held after the program. Other officers elected wero: Don Gayer vice-president; Rose Ross secretary; and J. B. Brumbclow treasurer. Guest list: Moxley Fcatherston Roso Ross Kcllcy B...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 14 September 1935

n ja I -I--. - A " u i. I' E.-V i' gTJOTJHMMMIICTimtMira ALUMNI EDITION VOL.20 HARDIN-SIMM0N8 UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXAS SEPTEMBER 14 1935 NO. 1 FORTY-FOURTH SESSION BEGINS AT H.-S. U . J tJJTK Ul CTllU I:.. EDmoN 1 m . . ' ' h Kimbrough Whips Cowboys Through Fast Pace For Texas Tech Game k ' It is good to see you all! All tho usual hooey about " pros- pects arc bright and it looks like the dawn of a new day" seems to be no other than a well-founded fact as Hardln-Slmmons begins this her forty-fourth year. Matadors Invade Cowboy Stadium Friday Night at 8 Fifty Ranchers Report For Stiff Practice Drill Twice Daily 4 Coaches Make Debut The battle-scarred mugs which in- fest the acres arc not those of war veterans or some of Caponc's men. They are just the boys Coach Kim- brough in feeding raw meat to in or- der to prepare iHcm for the lily-white fellers frota Texas Tech. The scars are caused by a quaint old custom known as "head butting" and if you will Just drop by the Cowboy field some...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 14 September 1935

V f THE HARDIN-SIMMONS BRAND N'V' r t d ? liv V.-r- Y. w I. w I 'V ? W 1fj. lip 'Brand A weekly college newspaper published every Saturday thtrfav the school year by the Hardln-Slmmons Press Club ia the interest of the Student Body of Ilnrdln-Slm-J bsobb University. j j?$iL. r Entered as second class mall matter June 22 1017 at the Postoffice at Abilene Texas under act of March 3 1912. Subscription Price per year. $2.00 Editorial Office: First Floor Abilene Hall 1302 Univer- sity Drive. Downtown Office: 241 Hickory Street. Telephones 7211 0r 6751 CURRENT CAMPUS COMMENT GAINES S1IULTS Editor-in-Chief D. F. McCARTY Jr Business Manager "Stand fast in one ipirit with one mind striving together for the faith of the gospel." Phil. 1:27. WELCOME AGAIN Welcome addresses have been in order since Adum first led Eve into their garden home but duo to the frequency of their use have come to be re- garded as trite and unnecessary in most cases. This is not one such case. Ilardin-Simmons uni- vers...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 14 September 1935

1 T;''; t f THE IIARDIN.8IMMON8 BRAND rm (- "GET A COWBOY" IS TECH BATTLE CRY M9mfa tti i m v. i- pr Seventy Raiders Prepare To Tackle Ranchers Friday Cawthorn Uses Dummies For Opposition in First Workout Reserves Are Plentiful Special May Follow Team To' Abilene; Tickets Go On Sale ' Special to The Brand. LUBBOCK Sept. 13. "Get a Cow- boy" is the cry on seventy lips echo- ing from Tech stadium where tho Red Raiders are tuning up their football machine under the stern direction of Coaches Pcto Cawthorn and Dutchy Smith. With dummies labeled as Cowboys Coaches Cawthorn and Smith sent their charges through a strenuous tackling and blocking session during the initial workout Tuesday morning and began polishing up the Raider scoring machine during the afternoon workout. Prior to the opening of the train- ing grind gloomy shadows hung over the Matador football situation. Re- serve material was causing no littlo worry with the Raider mentors; but with the return of thirteen lettermen and ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 14 September 1935

"SO Pag Fmt THE HARDlrffllMMONS BRAND C' ft If Wiggins Leaves For New Job In El Paso Former Dean of Students Is President of School Of Mines Dr. D. M. Wiggins former dean of students of Hardin-Simmons univer- sity and now President of tho Texas College of Mines was here Thursday enrouto to Austin where ho will pre- sent the budget of his institution to tho botird of regents of the Univer- sity of Texas. Dr. Wiggins hopes to secure two new dormitories for the collcgo through tho PWA program. Federal applications for tho projects havo been approved in Washington and returned to the Fort Worth office for final checking. Dr. Wiggins was accompanied to Abilene by Mrs. Wiggins who was formerly business administration in structor in the university. She will visit in tho home of Dr. and Mrs. R. N. Richardson until tho return of her husband. MATADORS INVADE COWBOY STADIUM (Continued from page ono) and Vic I'ayno as head men of ath letics will be at the helm for the first tlmo as major colleg...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 21 September 1935

ill" '.$&& "'Vr . " V r ' . k i dX'ft ' 4' 51 .. ' Ik. ' ir'-v' PROGRAM BRAND EXTRA iJ 3 3f u. Itf'r 4 "v.".' t7V ! VOL. 29 HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXAS SEPTEMBER 21 19S5 No. 2 K.1 i.- I- i M hML fc I-.- TECH ac" imi mjnmrBffrHTiip''TtTni"'''""T i rfUTMagfli'f WALKS HOME TONITE ISP! The Raiders are here. Let 'em have it. Yearby has broken his all time record. This year he went by Fer- guson hall before paying a visit to the manor which is ruled by the iron hand of Miss Mary Head. He only changed shirts however and was seen strolling about the campus with the Dunnigan dame less than an hour after his arrival. ' Mapcs returned to the ranch frlsh from a dozen conquests through the summer and placed her thumb gently but firmly on the Hardesty boy. He doesn't even squirm. Double Tough Big Elton Murphy. He thorough ly enjoyed the Tech game last year even though the Raider had vow ed to get him. Girls the boy who is tearing up the Tech offensive tonight is Cleddie Hall f...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 21 September 1935

& i:Wf''"v- .'.(fi i "-W n-tfv-wu--t "wtt. '7W - ar; y - V'-''-.' .;. 1' 7. fan . THE HARDIN'SIMMONS BRAND ipffti-jfffat te ' ! . l Iv " . ? f If 8k - - Up Braid A weekly college newspaper published every Saturday fertaff tae school year by the Hardin-Simmons Press Clu ta the Interest of the Student Body of Hardln-Slm-meM. University. Entered as second class mall matter June 22 1917 at the Postoffice at Abilene Texas under act of March 3 1012. Subscription Trice per year $2.00 CURRENT CAMPUS COMMENT EX -CHANGE Editorial Office: First Floor Abilene Hall 1302 Univer- sity Drive. Downtown Office; 241 Hickory Street. Telephones 7211 0r 6751 GAINES SHULTS Editor-in-Chief D. F. McCARTY Jr Business Manager "Stand fast in one spirit with one mind striving together for the faith of the gospel." Phil. 1:27. MARY 0. HARDIN The daily press last week recorded the home- going of Mary Hardin wife of John Q. Hardin of Burkburnctt. In her death the city of Burkbur- nctt and the Baptist cause in ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 21 September 1935

:& ). -. HJrJ' .M" $ $K otV-V-.u -"i .l". Jri' ... ' THE HARDIN'SIMMOlfg BRAND T-lf J Tht J. t- '?" COACH SAYS TECH WILL WIN '" M . .'- . PC Better Dairy Products SERVE - t t r-.c ' .ill I'' ." .- 1 "i Kimbrough States ' Cowboys Will Lose Tech Game Tonite Lack of Playing Experience Will Slow Up Cowboy Offensive White Will Sling Passes Only Two Transfers Slated To Begin Battle For Ranchers Conch Frank Kimbrough the man who really' ougt to know has few hopes of winning tho Tech-Cowboy scramble tonight. Kimbrough says his running attack cannot click because of the poor block- ing of his backs. He contends that tho Ranchers will take to tho air in what is likely to prove a vain attempt to penetrate tho Tech defense. Paul White quarter will get the leather tossing assignment. He usually throws them in the vicinity of where he wants to and if thero happens to be a re- ceiver of the right color there the Cowboys may go places. Although the power of tho junior college transfers has been...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 21 September 1935

y'y'pfm--'' m;. rr ; mtvp 7 tH ' 1f irt- "1 I Pt Fmt TIB HARDIN-SIMMONS BRAND ? r Cowgirl Tea To Bo Monday All girls in Hardln-SlmmoM uni- versity are Invited to attend the Cowgirl tea which will be held in the Wooten hotel Monday Sept. 23 between the hours of 5:00 and 6s9v The tea will be a come and go affair and is for the purpose of getting the girls all acquainted according to Helen Grace Williams president of the organization. BANK SHOTS (Continued from page three) squad. Absolutely AM-American without doubts. Now Crowell will go along all sea- son playing Big-Ten football. Not many peopo will see him. It is hard to start a boom for a lineman. All this was supposed to bo a little moral lesson for elongated craniumg among the lesser grid fry. Instead wo will say thnt if the rest of the boys re- member that there is at least one man on' the team who is a better all-round grldder than they are then there will bo no Swellhcads. Provided of course that not one man allows his persona...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 28 September 1935

- f - .- -ai r-arv rhp Brand ;! GUARANTEED: J1? ' . Circulation of any University Weekly in West Texas NEWS TIPS: Grid Graph pngo 1 Mnrston Dcalh pngo 1 Hazing :. page 1 Tech Game pngo 3 Campus Comment page 2 V feOL. 20 HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXA8 SEPTEMBER 28 1935 No. 3 r Junell (the young dumb one) nsks us to say that he has absolutely no interests mortally physically socially or mentally? 7 7 in the blond gal Hanna. For some weeks hence only a few "nigger-lovers" from Ferguson and Smith arc likely to be amoi? the crews that drink at Docs' soda foun- tain put genuine nickels to tho ma- chines and take their dates to shows. Just too many of tho slnndbys put their jeans on tho "Movie Star" Baer. FLASH . . HOT TIP . . Gals . . Under no conditions this week turn down a date with the following (that is if you want to be sure of a man who bet right and can show you the rounds): Terry Mjorrow (Greenberry) Scott Addlngton Pratt Garner Malone Uncle John and "Roundhead." If you ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 28 September 1935

ii -J"-- e"fr t tftw.) Jv &S&J ' ti: - ' Pf Tw THE HARDIN-SIMMONS BRAND "5- I 1 ?. .V' 'ti.. L&'i Vf " .. ' i- r Clir Brand A weekly college newspaper published every Saturday during the school year by tho Hardln-Slmmons Press Club in the interest of the Student Body of Hardin-Simmons University. Entered as second class mall matter June 22 1017 at tho Postoffice at Abilene Texas under act of March 3 1912. Subscription Price per year $2.00 Editorial Office: First Floor Abilene Hall 1302 Univer- sity Drive. Downtown Office: 241 Hickory Street. Telephones 7211 0r 6751 llll II I il l ' - GAINES SHULTS Editor-in-Chief D. P. McCABTY Jr Business Manager MACK MACIIEN Issue Editor CURRENT CAMPUS COMMENT For I was envious at tho foolish when I saw the prosperity of the wicked. Psalm 73:3. IS SPORTSMANSHIP GONE Tlic football game with Tech is over. We have no complaint to make as to the outcome. AVc were defeated by a team that clearly outplayed us. We do not think that the result ...

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