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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 7 February 1948

' Paf4 THE H-IU BRAND Saturday February 7 1948 Bill Raising Allowances For College Veterans Passed In House Vote Biggest news event of Wednes- day to some 735 Hnrdln-Simmons veterans was the passage in the House of Representatives of the bill providing for a raise in pay for veterans in college. What the veteran will do with the extra pay will not present any serious problems according to'a poll conducted by the Brand. "No doubt of the bill passing" was the remark of one GI who was busy discussing the merits of the bill over a cup of coffee in the bookstore. "This is elec- tion year" 'he pointed out "and all the men on the capitol square are veteran lovers." The house patted 370 to 6 the bill to raise the subsistence of both married and unmarriod vet- erans in schools and those taking on-the-job training. Should the bill become law allowance for single veterans will be increased from $65 to $75 per month and married veterans wo"uld receive $105 monthly instead of $90. Men taking on-...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 21 February 1948

See Zeaaty And eut PtedeHtation mmW&mWm Jvn m It l mmmflmmrvMi mWS!'''JSM fflfM' mOmWmMMrmM KLMk 1 mWmmWmjmmlmW I Wmsm r? &j4f t)Jm z?mw IMmSmmiL Attend tfttivetdita Reception 'J M -'cvws:' VrJJ "w.hw. .' Vol. XXXII H-SU. ABILENE. TEXAS SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 21. 1948 in ! i ii i ii aw. .mh hr sr :nMr1 ij .k r- ihh . rij r fBBr ' r r . "fe? -MkWmmmmmWm S2mmWmmWmmmmmYjLV JLmiPWmk mfmmmmmmmmW mV7mmmmWm9Mt mmVZ&mmWMM JmfemWMMmmfr '-" &:BBBBBijRjBBBBKiBBmiBKS9BVBBw:'r. k v t No. 19 Charlene Fry and Bill Braselton Are Beauty and Beast University Reception To Be Monday Night The all-university reception honoring new members of the Hardin-Simmons university fac- ulty will be held in the reception Spom of the new dormitory Mon- day evening Feb. 23 from 7:30 to 9:30. Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Arrant will greet guests as they arrive and introduce lhem to President and Mrs. R. N. Richardson. Others in the receiving line will be Dean R. A. Collins Dean W. T. Walton Dean E. Edwin Young Dean...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 21 February 1948

-.- J' K- I THE H-SU BRAND Saturday February 21 1948 No two toys are alike some arc -tell and some arc short of '-.vM " A & (iJ.j ' 3.rtf ft EDITORIALS.... AtUnd tU RectfUiOH Why go to the university reception? Hero are seven good reasons. First because the reception is given to honor the new faculty members. It will give you a chance to know them and for them to meet you. If you were a new faculty member and who knows but that you may be some day you' would want to meet the students wouldn't you? Second if you have not already met the administra- tive officers it will give you an opportunity to do so. They want to know you. Third Ilardin-Simmons your chosen university wants to be friendly and an all-university reception is for the purpose of extending such friendship. Fourth) if you have never attended receptions before and you feel you don't "know the ropes" so to speak say to yourself "Those in the receiving line knew no more than I when they were my nge." They too learned ho...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 21 February 1948

vi". . y ' i. . 4 ; - H Saturday. February 21 1848 THE H-SU BRAND faf I I Tom Adams Repeats Texas Golden Gloves Championship Rancher Cagers Completing Border Road Engagements The Cowboys wound up their homo-stand with a well earned 48-38 victory over Arizona State of Flagstaff Saturday night in their final appearance of the sea- son before home town fans. Forging into tho lead aflor tho first few minutes iho Ranchers wero never headed again. Cap- tain Jack Martin sparked Cowboy scoring during Iho game hitting six out of nine long shots during tho first half. Although the Rose field house jinx on opponents was broken when Texas Tech took the locals 51-32 on Monday night of last week the Cowpokcs still have a .commendable record for home games. They have won six out of eight played here losing only to Tech and Tcmpe. The loss to Tempo took place on Friday night of last week. The Purple and Gold displayed sparks of scoring brilliance that kept them within striking distance at all times...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 21 February 1948

M Pag 4 THE M-SU BRAND Saturday February 21 1MI 9tdnofL4xUUf fyocui Week eac6ed. . . By VENTRESS "BEN" BROCK (Editor's Note: This Is the third article of a scries to acquaint stu- dents with Religious Focus week leaders. Classroom discussions private conferences chapel pro- grams and seminars will be con- ducted here March 7-12 by this group of 10 widely-known Chris- tian leaders.) Among the speakers for R. F. week is Mrs. R. L. Mathis work- er with the Woman's Missionary Union of Texas for 12 years. She has held the position of state benevolence chairman and also of Young People's secretary. Mrs. Mathis who was reared in Wich- ita Falls and attended Hardin college is now executive secre- tary of the Texas W. M. U. One of the most widely trav- eled speakers for the occasion is Dr. J. W. Marshall president of Wayland college. In his travels he has seen Canada Mexico the Pacific Islands China Japan Manchuria England and Contin- ental Europe. Dr. Marshall states that his plans are to s...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 28 February 1948

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 28 February 1948

'T-WV THE H-SU BRAND Saturday February 1MB fc -! 'i t r K it 14 r lJ X& r.v mt)ltORlALS.... GiticUm 2lfd ALWAYf EASY TO GIVE OFTEN HARD TO TAKE That's not a riddle but an apt description q criticism. We can always look at what someone else is doing and point out all the faults and deficiencies. That's good constructive suggestion. If they return the favor that's bitter destructive criticism. Of course it all depends Upon the point of view but remember that there has never been a statue or monument erected to a critic. tU Colt 0 IOgsi Newspapers and magazines in recent weeks have con- tained consistent critical reference to veterans' benefits. Such articles point out that the current cost of veteran benefits is about one-fifth of the total fedcrarbudgct yet not one writer has attributed that cost directly to war. Not one has been big enough to reason and to state the justification of the cost. They do acknowledge however that the veteran taxpayer is as liable as the civilian tax-...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 28 February 1948

r-S ' 1 .. '; X Saturday. February 21 1MI in THE H-8U BRAND Bad Break Halts Big Tom Adams In Chicago National Quarterfinal Cowboy Slugger Crowd Favorite Remaining as the only Texan left in the Chicago Tournament of Champions an obvious crowd- favorite .and the best light heavy- weight Golden Glover to show for the Chicago tourney Hardin- Simmons' terrific Tom Adams was the victim Wednesday night of one of the most unfortunate defeats ever suffered by an ama- teur boxer in Chicago stadium when he lost by a TKO in the natibnal quarter-finals. Adamt wai within 57 seconds of a lop-sided decision over Earl Wenbourne of Sioux City Iowa when the Hardin-Simmons boy suffered a cut on his right cheek and lost by a heart-breaking technical knockout. When misfortune overtook him Adams helda such a large lead that there would have been no doubt about the decision. He had all but knocked out the Iowan in the second round after belting him into the ropes with a fusillade of blows to the face and b...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 28 February 1948

Pa4 THE H-8U BRAND Saturday February 28 1848 " N. V .. OufooducuUf Final introductions arc in order for the remaining five out of 17 Religious Focus leaders so here they arc! Dr. E. H. Westmoreland present pastor of the South Main Bap- tist church in Houston Is a grad- uate of Ouachita college and Southern Baptist seminary. He lists fishing hunting and golf as his hobbies and is especially in- terested in history theology and English. Some of his favorite discussion topics are world affairs (incident- ally he toured Europe this past summer following the Baptist World Alliance) recreation lei- sure time and amusements. Dr. M. Ray McKay finishdd Shurtleff college and Southern seminary and has held pastorates in Aurora III Topeka Kans. and Little Rock Ark. where he Is now pastor of the Second -Baptist church. His interests are sports psychology and church efficiency. Dr. McKay has participated in youth assemblies and religious emphasis weeks in Illinois Kan- sas Michigan Mississippi an...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 6 March 1948

fc K Baxuuf Vol. XXXII H-SU ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY MARCH 6 1948 No. 21 Religious Focus HSU Rodeo Set April 30 May 1 Annual Hnrdin-Simmons Inter- collegiate rodeo has been set for April 30 and May 1 E. W. Led- bettcr business manager of the university announced at a special meeting Tuesday afternoon. Jessie Myers riding instructor and Al Milch of the athletic de- partment were chosen as co- managers of this year's event. They will choose committees and handle business matters for the rodeo. Business men of Abilene will be asked to head the various committees and publicity work will begin at once. Letters and eligibility cards will be sent to schools in the South- west inviting participation in the H-SU event as soon as they arc printed and mailed Ledbetter said. First rodeo held by the school on April 18 and 19 1947 was ac- claimed a success by the business manager and he remarked that the event this year should be even better since several business men have phoned the office to offe...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 6 March 1948

V V'V 'C . 3 i S VY ;& i THE HSU BRAND Saturday March IMS Mt ; t editorials.... eet te jeanjL Members... So They Say... eUuti Mtut B Appiud-- Christ must be applied to every phase of living: before he can contribute anything to nn individual's life. These poems were written by Dorothy Lee Lewis in connection with Religious Focus week to help students realize Christ's part in campus activities. In My Social Life Being happy is also a part Of God's extended loving heart. In My Buiinest Life- Christian living In my life's occupation Is the key to success And to each situation. In My Spiritual Life- Religion cannot meet life's need But Christ in a life is sufficient indeed. In My Home Life Ho will not make our home a place To go when the night has come: But it will be our first concern i And we'll build a Christian home. Christ is interested too in the occupations we choose and are preparing to enter! If I Am a Doctor Life to me is a sacred trust And helping humanity is a "must." If...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 6 March 1948

Vfc'ill Saturday March 6 1948 miUD MAMD vl Hardin -Simmons Boxers In DAV Ring Show Tonight Freshmen Lead In Boxing Entries INTRAMURAL BOXING ENTRY BLANK Name Weight . Class (Jr. Sr.. otc.) . . . . Fill in this blank clip and turn in at the Brand office Rose fiold house intramural Cager Standings Upset The past week of intiamural basketball proved to be one of upsets as first-half leaders in both leagues fell by the wayside in second-half competition. In the American league tho Dogies are selling the pace since their 3732 victory over the low- ering Basketeers on Friday of last week. The Rebels took ovrr undisputod possession of Iho load in lhe National League when the surprising Hot Rocks upsot tho favored Dead End Kids 45-38. On Wednesday of last week tho Dogies piled- up the most one- sided score of the season as they took the Fireballers to task with a 41-7 count. The Rebels started their climb to the top the same afternoon with a 29-21 victory over the Spartans. In Thursday's ga...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 6 March 1948

"5T- Saturday. March S. IMS THE IMU MAWD l Sophs Go "All Out" At Western Party Fltld Trip Sponsored By H-SU Science Club Indian paintings fossils and crystalline structures were studied when 25 members of the H-SU Science club went on a field trip to a site near Fort Phantom lake Saturday afternoon. Charles Tandy was credited with killing two rattlesnakes on the field trip. Hot dogs cokes and cake were served at the con- clusion of the evening. Highlights of the softball game which was a feature of the trip were a homer by Dr. O. O. Watts and the brilliant performance at second base by Professor M. G. Cheney Jr. o Science Club Hosts Two College Groups Hardin-Simmons Science club was host to the science clubs of Abilene Christian college and McMurry Tuesday night March 2. Nine members from ACC and 14 from McMurry were present. Silicones wore discussed by Raymond Roberts of the H-SU club and Earl Fullman spoke on "Systems Within Systems." This talk compared the atom tho smallest unit ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 13 March 1948

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 13 March 1948

ftft 2 THE H-iU BRAND Saturday March 131948 r i' '' t . EDITORIALS.... flvuMUfioH Coed Katfdeen BkyUtad go They Sd . . . . Af Quad "Qiven"? There are many rumors and a great deal of serious discussion is going on around the campus regarding the awarding of final grades. To put it mildly there is sus- picion of unfairness in some quarters on this score. There is always some talk of this kind on any campus almost nlways unfounded. In this case however there seem to be fnets to back up the suspicions in some instances. Information available to students is limited. There- fore they form conclusions according to what they know or can find out. We would suggest a detailed report posted by each instructor regarding final grades. When a student gets a higher letter grade than an- other who has to all intents a higher numerical average than the former it is not good. .When a student receives a high grade or a passing grade when it is apparently undeserved it creates unrest. It also lends gre...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 13 March 1948

Saturday March 13. 1948 THE H-SU BRAND Baseballers At College Station; Meet TCU Horned Frogs Monday Burkhart Williams Take DAV Bouts By BERRY APPLING Two Hardin-Simmons welter- weights Bill Burkhart and Joe Williams hammered out hard- earned decisions as the Abilene boxing team hung up a 5-3 victory in the first annual DAV spon- sored matches held in Hardin- Simmons' Rose field house Satur- day night. Burkhart defending state mid- dleweight TAAF champ and re- gional Golden Gloves wolter- weight titlist pounded out a close Tlgcr and Sam Morris decision over l.ouis riores oan Today the Hardin - Simmons baseball team is in College Sta- tion for the second game in a two- game series with the Texas Ag- gies. In their season opener yes- terday the Cowboys were slated to play the first game. Slated for starting berths on tho first nine today are either Bob McChesney or Moo Hedrick pitcher; James Petree catcher; Lefty Tolbert. first base; Bill Bailey second baso; Pat Bailey third base; Eddi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 13 March 1948

THE H-SU BRAND Saturday March 13 1S4B Ff4 "x N Wide Scope Radio Class Orders Electronic Equipment The amateur radio class of Har-din-Simmons directed by M. G. Cheney of the physics department has ordered a large shipment of electronic equipment from the war surplus division at Brown- wood the instructor reported. The class has received a number of old radios and parts from in- dividuals since a request for them was made in the Brand and in chapel Cheney reported but more are needed. Anyone who will contribute an old radio or radio parts is asked to contact Cheney and he will have them picked up. Home Room Club Presents Program Dr. R. A. Collins home room club presented the past history of Hardin-Simmons university Monday at the regular class meet- ing. Mrs. Merle S. Lovctt was program chairman and on the program were Lora Haynes J. B. Brannan Dan Brashear Dick Merchant Rocky Lee Norma Newman and Robert Knox. The welfare committee headed by Bill Sorrell conducted a Red Cross drive an...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 20 March 1948

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 20 March 1948

ft v6 4" pt THE H-SU BRAND Saturday. March 20 1948 y$$mzw' 'S EDITORIALS Umn and Aoua SinCe the sociat questionnircs were distributed in chapel recently much talk lias been floating about tho atmosphere concerning the movement. Talking to some of the older folks who have been around quite a spell and have seen various social changes gets us to thinking maybe our "fluttcry" minds arc just it bit hard to please. Every now and then some sentimentalist arises to beat his breast and lament the days that are no more. In the good old days there were no automobiles to "gad about" in no radios no picture shows no tele- phones no record players. In those days one who had been as far away as Wash- ington was regarded "" a globe-trotter and an authority on national problems. A man before setting out onu 50U-mile journey wrote his will and set his earthly affairs in order. Sermons were two hours long and one of the chief amusements was a public hanging on the courthouse square. Tying a tin can o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 20 March 1948

vCI : Saturday March 20 1948 THE H-BU BRAND v' v A Ranchers Nine in Dallas To Play SMU Mustangs COWBOY By BOB It's not "Who's on first?" for J. B. "Slugger" Gibbs that 25- ycar old sophomore hailing from J. B. GIBBS e.u).rnrrrrry .iff lSiABVA --' " ' "'I1 rl" i'lnB J SPORTS ROUNDUP By DUANE Any evidence of a poor show- ing by the Cowboys in the recent Border conference basketball race was redeemed last week. After a discouraging stand in the conference race a group of Cowboy hardwooders aided by four other players of Hardin- Simmons kin snatched together an independent team and have been playing a few games here and there with other fives of similar origin whenever the op- portunity presented itself. Under the sponsorship of the City Transportation Co. of Abi- r lene the H-SUers won the Win- f"ters invitation basketball tour- nament from a field of 10 teams last week by walloping the Lazy Five 88-63. The Lazy Five was made up of McMurry Indian cag- ers. Especially popular with tho W...

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