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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 20 March 1948

THE M-BU BRAND Saturday March 20 1148 4 George Barron Speaks At B. A. Club Meeting Home Ec Students In Fashion Show A style show featuring the "new look" was given at a meeting of the Home Economics club Mon- day night. On the program were Tyc Fcatherston Nona Faye Goza Nellie Choate Pat McMinn and Billye June Balch. . Mrs. Jean Corley spoke to the members on fashion trends on the H-SU campus this spring and summer. Application Letter Help Students interested In models and information about applica- tion letter writing may find help- ful suggestions in books avail- able at the H-SU library listed here: Effective Secretarial Practices Esther Kihn Bcamer; Secretarial Practice for Colleges Myron C. Fisher; Writing in Business Z. E. Green shelved in library annex); Applied Secretarial Practice "Success is dependent doing well a multitude of little things" believes George Barron general manager of Service Parts Inc. Barron spoke on salesman- ship at a meeting of the H-SU B. A. club Monda...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 3 April 1948

Attend MuUc. RecitaU KrmjLmmJmilKSmmUA WmlmAjzA lmtlM Pt Patad Vol. XXXII H-SU. ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY. APRIL 3 1948 No. 24 A. M. Carpenter Wins Place For State In Art Competition Because of its thoroughness of presentation of exhibitions and the general subject of art the state of Texas was awarded third place in a national contest it was learned here by A. M. Carpenter head of the Hardin-Simmons university art department. Texas was third excelled only by Cali- fornia and Maine. Announcement of the award was made by Mrs. Florence Lloyd Hohman chairman of the Amer- ican Art week and officer of the American Artists Professional league. The Texat art work hat been headed by Mitt Carpenter who Hi It both chairman of the divition ?l of art of the Texat Federation of Women't clubt and alto a mem- ber of the committee of the Amer- ican Art week a national organi- sation. The award was made largely on the high standard of scrap books which were submitted by repre- sentatives of the states....

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 3 April 1948

:- Jhsjel Saturday April 3 1MI r. a a.. ri ft - '. "11 EDITORIALS.... Wka& Baffin'? Have you ever wondered how a beo must feel in' a swarming hive! Not "Well no matter just walk or rather squirm your way intothe bookstore immediately following chapel some morning and you will know more than the bee docs himself about swarms. If he listens closely the observer will note a peculiar buzzing sound at this time of day which closely resembles the rumble of a whole mass of bees on strike. This sound is composed of all the poor students who become so jammed together that their vocal chords are all that remain unhindered and like the bees they use them to the limit. Now wc are certainly not advocating that anyone take up the aspects of these lower insects whether for personal reasons or in defense but in some cases we can see a definite advantage to such a life. It seems logicnl that if most of this unnecessary buzz- ing were put to use along other lines we studes could get more of the h...

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

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 3 April 1948

tMt H-ltl MAUD Saturday April 9 1MI A Capptlla Choir Schtdukd to Sing At Stamford Soon The Hardln-Slmmons a cappclla choir will go to Stamford April 13 to present a program at the Texas Cowboy Reunion which is sponsored by the Stamford Cham ber of Commerce. Frederick Tooley director of in choir announced that the pro pram will consist of Hum selec- tions. "Out of the Silence" By Jenkins "Tom Big Bee River." an old southern moledy by Cain an old southern melody by Cain Stone. No plans have been made yet for a choir tour. The group recently appeared at the Training Union meeting of the Sweetwater Baptist associa- tion held in Merkel March 21. They sang "In the Night Ctfrlst Came Walking" by Cain and "Hammering" a Negro spiritual by John Work. Mack Eplen Business Management Speaker "An honest honorable and up right life may be slow to success but is the only sure way to get ahead in life" believes Mack Ep- len H-SU alumnus and Abilene restaurant owner. Eplen was guest speaker at the we...

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

Hill i f sdM4E ylhrMft j8- A W J: Vol. XXXII H-SU ABILENE TEXAS. SATURDAY APRIL 10. 1948 No. 25 waraawBy ssHsssHtiiiH y VTrav .c iAcvrvHw hbiiw ran Tf J V IIV HP MM VMTr 'Z & -V -iilPi' o. VWim. 50MI4 -u&'k'M v i3ikkVBHflkKtvf. iMMftMa V w J ' H 1st jwyt ivhcJH(''fl uinMrmniiiTifv- HiiB .rrmr -mtv mw . f rk 'frv.vBA hpf jrm m rv .yjlt IT'S ROUNDUP TIME ON THE RANGE out on Hickory street and this sign at the campus entrance is ready to give news to motorists and pedestrians about the second annual Hardin-Simmons rodeo to be held at Pair Park arena April 23 and 24. Inspecting the sign are co-chairmen for the show Al Milch and Jessie Myers. More than 25 colleges have been invited to participate in the intcrcollegiato competition. A downtown parade Friday morning April 23 will officially open the two- day show. (Photo courtesy Abilene Reporter-News.) Rodeo Jamboree Slated To Open Frontier Week Prizes Await Five Beard Contestants Prizes for contestants entered in the beard growin...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 10 April 1948

Fag 2 THE H-SU BHAHD Saturday April 10 1948 t-. EDITORIALS.... Plan fUU QloaU Now is the time to plan those parade floats. If your club hasn't already made some definite plans to be repre- sented in the parade bring up the matter at your next meeting. You still have time to work out some original ideas and with the help of all members of the organiza- tion make an attractive float. Then there's the beard growing contest with a list of prizes that ougbt to attract a lot of entries. And m case you can't participate in either of these then there is the big Rodeo Jamboree coming up Saturday night April 17 in the Corral. Slake your plans now to attend. The rodeo is for students by students and if the two-day western show is a big success it will be because students made it so I F. J. Qoall of Sducation The number one need for higher education today is the expansion of higher education facilities so that more students will be able to attend college according to a recent report of the Pres...

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

Saturday April 10. 1946 THE H-SU BRAKD Pag 3 '.-. 85 Footballers Report For Spring Grid Training By J. 0. HILLIN -& Eighty-five men reported to Coach Warren B. Woodson and his assistants for the initial prac- tice session of spring football training Monday. Woodson started drills with a lengthy "skull" session to give new boys an idea of his system of building football teams. . The first two days of drills lit- tle hard work was done with em- phasis mainly on loosening up muscles. The first scrimmage of the training period was held Wed- nesday with another slated for yesterday afternoon. Majority of the aspirants re- ported were freshmen who played football last fall In Texas high schools. Murray Evans has been chosen as varsity line coach while Al Milch will bo tutor of the fresh- man squad. Prospects reporting Monday were Brooks Allen Johnnie All- red Bob Balch Pat Bailey Paul Bailey Bob Bailey Herbert Bark- er Bill Browning Elmer Biddy Bob Blair Tom Bice Jack Boles Bill Cagle...

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

'jWT- "WWi;isl -M f l Paf 4 THE H-iU BRAND Saturday April 10 1848 Players Choose Casts for Plays Tryouts for the religious drama "The Intruder" were held Thurs- day evening after Players club and the character roles were cast. The club is also working on two Irish plays which are to be di- rected by Kyleen Blackerby and Larry Skysslad. They are "Rising of the Moon" and "Spreading the News." Two more boys arc needed In the cast of "Sreading the News' Director Kyleen Blackerby has announced. Interested students should sec her to arrange for try- outs. Players members also discussed plans for a demonstration on Sen- ior day. English Staff Members Attend Houston Parley F. Allen Briggs and Mary Lee Simons of the H-SU English de- partment attended the Texas con- ference of English teachers held in Houston March 20. Six teach- ers from McMurry also attended the meet at the Rice hotel. Dr. Hardin Craig of the Univer- sity of North Carolina was chief speaker and Savole Lotiinvllle director o...

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

aAjMtMaAiiH4BI Quantum. Wtmk i ?3 Swisxywfaguy .&&& ' Vol. XXXII H-SU ABILENE. TEXAS; SATURDAY. APRIL 17 1948 No. 26 'tfrfiT .jflBflflBflflflflfliflflflBW MmmatKmy .uPLevBflflflflHr J!2&&iflBKiBH.eW P.flflflflflr fBtBmrAlSzy Norman Golightly Recital Thursday Norman Golightly will be pre- sented in piano recital at 8 p.m. Thursday Aprill 22 in Caldwell hall. The public is invited to at- tend. Gollghtly't program will bo di- Tided into three lectiont. The lint will be composed of Pre- ludes in E Flat Major. E Flat Minor and D Minor all by Bach. Intermezzos in C Major B Minor and E Flat Minor all by Brahms and Etude in C Major by Chopin will compose the sec- ond part. The last part consists of Noc- turne in G Flat Major by Res- pighi Berceuse in G Flat Major by Ilynski and Gavotte in A Flat Minor by Sgambati. '48 Bronco Work Near Final Stages All sections of the 1948 Bronco are being engraved with the ex- ception of feature pages being held open for pictures of the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 17 April 1948

' IF IS' Faffl THE H-U BRAHD Saturday April 17. 194 A fe&. ' EDITORIALS... High school seniors as guests on the Forty Acres next weekend will probahly bo thoroughly awed by the hurrah and hubbub of Frontier week the rodeo the western parade and all the other weekend events on slate. And at the same time they may feel like "the uninvited." High school seniors aren't used to boing overlooked the jolt that other bigshots exist comes latcrwhen they become college freshmen. What is more invited guests don't relish lukewarm receptions and somehow it's just human not to enjoy playing second fiddle to anything even an intercollegiate rodeo. This is not written to sabotage tho second annunl H-SU rodcq or to put undue stress on tho university's 25th annual'Senior day. It is just a reminder that several hundred college-eligibles will be on our campus as our guests and their judgment of our school and its spirit will naturally evolve from their impression of individual students. Students of...

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

or " Jf . V Saturday April 17 1948 THE H-IU BRAND H-SU's Golf and Tennis Teams Host TWC Rams SPORTS ROUNDUP By DUANE SANDLIN m H The second annual H-SU Inter- collegiate rodeo it due to hit'the town in full stride next Friday with its bawling wall-eyed stock expected to give thrills galore. Bounding from the chute comes a rider on a dissatisfied bronc that displays a series of long hard twisting bucks in which he travels farther laterally than up- ward. Then comes the fatal Sun- day rflick that is obviously seen coming but nothing can be done about it. After it's all over and the dust settles there ain't nothin' as strange as the expression on the face of a rodeo hand who has been bucked off by a little hoss that looks as meek and mild as a choirboy. Meet a Cowhand At the rodeo are the exciting incidents and experiences from the colorful life of West Texas that hit you like the smell of bacon curling up from a camp fire on the open plains. Over by the fence maybe you see squatted on...

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

af4 THE H-SU BRAND Saturday April 17 1948 1U4 PsiAf Gynomyl Platut&ti. By Hardin-Slmmons may be hav- ing trouble in its construction work now because of the labor and steel shortage but it is noth- ing compared to what the old Simmons college faced in the 1800's when its campus-to-be was filled with the apertures of cyn- omys ludovlclanus. Prairie Dog to You This phrase may sound a bit more sinister than it really is for it is merely the scientific term for prairie-dog holes. But these holes constituted a real safety hazard to those people who lived around the West Texas prairie-dog "towns" especially to the ones who rode horseback. For fre- quently a horse would plunge a hoof down one of these burrows breaking his leg and throwing the rider. So before Simmons col- lege could be built the prairie-dog holes had to disappear along with the prairie-dogs. Arsenic Declined The first method used to ex- terminate the prairie-dogs was a failure because of the animals' alertness and resi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 24 April 1948

.rsssssssssKssgM. sssssfc .assssssslsssssssssssssssPsBK?ssssss?g :MVj&!nn?fcHflMrSPE4flW HnesflsslWrKLk v "MMBBBsssssssssHEiSSiElBsswaBssWBssss li ''''lwwew:3BjBasBBaBjBjBBaiB ' '! SregVWTHNfrMtWu-. J'i'' " Vol. XXXII H-SU ABILENE TEXAS. SATURDAY APRIL 24 1948 No. 27 IKT'w'-'atvs-"-'n w'. " f .1 I . High School Visitors Throng Campus for 2 5 th Senior Day CALENDAR OF EVENTS Saturday April 24 Hardin Simmons rodeo. Fair Park arena. Annual Hardin-Sim-mons Senior day. Student council nominations close. Sunday. April 25 University orchestra concert Behrens chapel 4 p.m. Monday April 26 University Players picnic. Men's intra- mural sofiball. 3:30 p.m. Tuesday. April 27 Opera re- hearsal Behrens chapel. Men's intramural Softball 3:30 p.m. Mixed intramural volleyball 6:15 p.m. Wednesday. April 28 Men's intramural softball. 3:30 p.m. Thursday April 29 Dean Col- lins' class picnic. Friday. April 30 Junior class party. Saturday May 1 Badminton tournament. Cowgirl band picnic. B.A. club pic...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 24 April 1948

r; ' r u" N. f ; THE H-SU IRAKD Saturday April 24 1848 MEET THE FRESHMEN EDITORIALS.... Maim llm WJoomm Today Senior Day is an annual event on the Forty Acres: Hundreds of Seniors from high schools in this area are here as special guests of Hardin-Simmons. While the program for their pleasure is being carried out and our intercollegiate rodeo is underway there is still an important job for each H-SU student to do in- dividually to make today a success. Hardin-Simmons the Cowboy school is well known for .its friendly western atmosphere Today you have an opportunity of proving this to many students some of which are visiting our campus for the first time. Be friendly to our guests I 'Greet them with warm hearted "hello's" and "hi's" and make them feel that they are welcome to the Forty Acres. Remember on Senior Day that our guests will be entering colleges somewhere next September. Why not .make -it Hardin-Simmons ! Let's all be good hosts friend- ly courteous and filled with plenty o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 24 April 1948

THE H-SU BRAND t Saturday April 24 1948 I McChesney Turns In One -Hit Shutout To Defeat ACC 3-0 Gibbs Homer In Sixth Highlights Rancher Boh McClicsncy turned in n one-hit shutout for the Cowboys Wednesday afternoon nt leftfielder J. B. Gibbs drove in till three runs to hold the offensive spotlight in a 3-0 victory over ACC at the Wildcats' lair. The only Wildcat hit of the game came in their half of the first inning as lead-off man Don Allen poled a single into right field. He was the last man to come close as McChesney fanned 17 of the 24 remaining batters faced in the short 7-inning contest. urcaKing me scoring ice in tne fourth Cowboy first baseman BUI Tolbert reached first on a single and Gibbs laced a double into left field to bring in the run. The remaining two runs came in the sixth as Tolbert again reached first this time on an error and Gibbs blasted a homer into left field to sew up the game. The Cowboy lead was never in danger after the first as the only Wildcat to reach ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 24 April 1948

r4 THE H-SU BRAND Saturday April 24 1948 Scitnct Academy To Meet May 1 Saturday May 1 will mark the opening date for the regional meeting of the Texas Academy of Science at ACC according to Dr. Otto O. Watts. The program will be in charge of Dr. Paul C. Witt ACC icience department head and while not yet complete a talented array of speakers it expected. Participating schools will in- clude the three Abilene colleges as well as others from the West Texas area. Week of Consecration Slated at First Church Consecration Week at the First Baptist church will begin Sunday April 25 announced Dr. Jesse Northcutt pastor this week. "Old-fashioned preaching to get our own church members right with God" will be the pur- pose of the week of special em- phasis according to Dr. North- cutt. Services will begin each evening at 8:00 and all are in- vited to attend. Dorm Residents- continued from page 2) Hall Pool Snooker -and Bil- liards" and "Batteries Charged While You Wait." Leila Prleto a student...

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

fa-Jn SditiOH GandidaUl i 'SE- wfcwsc?. Vol. XXXII H-SU. .ABILENE. TEXAS SATURDAY. MAY 1. 1948 o No. 28 ' vr"SBQfiF llHBaelllBBiVV .r-IEiMaesiBeTBru feMVhleeB sJreeiiiBt ' 'TBBv' ABTWeeiiV jdiWaiHiHieS? JfS ?IPeieeeeeeeeeejHlMiiejl'eeeejieeeeeeeeeeejeeeeeeeeKSeeeeeeeeeBflieeePBBeeflftejBN "Tales of Hoffman" Readied For Performances May 6 7 Talcs of Hoffman an opera by Offenbach will be presented in Behrens chapel on May 6 and 7 at 8:15 p. m. There will be an alternate cast for the two per- formances. Thursday evening's cast will include the following; E. T. A. Hoffman a poet musician and adventurer will be played by James H. Miller; Olympia a me- chanical doll played by U'nita Rogers Sweatmon; Giulietta a Venetian courtesan by Frances Merle Cooper; Antonia a young singer by U'nita Rogers Sweat- mon; Nicklausse friend and compan- Jvion of Hoffman by June Posey; JSpalanzanl an Italian physicist and exhibitor of mechanical con- trivances by Dcndall Parker; Coppeluis a peddler and speci...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 1 May 1948

:r -N I THE H-SU BRAND Saturday. May 1 1 MEET THE JUNIORS fr v J? tr - r I. i35 O-M :.. tfJT f jr !.7 . .v V Cu ' EDITORIALS.... "A lovely place before I et. They won't forget me soon' I bet." Employees of the bookstore the drug store nntl the cafes near our campus won't forget you soon either if you're one of those people who can't leave the counter booth) or table without carving your initials and other pertinent information strewing candy wrappers on the floor and leaving piles of crumpled paper napkins. You'll never have the good will of a waitress if you insist on tearing drinking straws to bits and stuffing them in the coke bottle or emptying ash trays in the water glasses. The people who serve you want to be courteous and pleasant but they expect you to return the favor. Try it once and note the difference. o Ikink and VoU Why isn't there more interest in our school elections? Everyone's asking and nobody knows. It's true that if elections are given any consideration at all t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 1 May 1948

i V " ; Saturday May 1. 1946 THE H-SU BRAND ' V GIBBS CONNECTS Cowboy catcher J. B. Gibbs is shown above opening up with a long drive to left field during a recent game with the University of New Moxico Lobos at Blue Sox ball park. Several occasions this season Gibbs has blossomod forth with this type of hitting to brand him a leading power-hitter on the Rancher nine. New Mexico's star catcher. Vince Cappelli. is shown behind the plate for the Lobos who won both of a two-game series with the Cowmen. (Thurman Photo). Hardin-Simmons' Linkster Team To Host Howard Payne Monday In preparation for the Border conference golf tournament to be held at the El Canto fairways in Phoenix next Saturday the Har-din-Simmons golfers tutored by pro Morgan Hampton will host the Howard Payne linksters Mon- day in a dual meet at the Abilene Country club. The Jackets nosed out the Cow- boy swingers 22 to 19j at Brownwood last Saturdayi Mc- Murry scored one point as the third member of the triangular meet...

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