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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 1 May 1948

THE M-U B! RAJJP Saturday Mar 1' 1M! First Church Safe Youth Wttk Plans Reins of the First Baptist church will be in the hands of its youth next week May 2-9 when the church observes Youth Week. "Walking With Jesus" will be the theme for the observance. Leland Kelly H-SU ministerial student will be Youth Week pas- tor. Other H-SU students partic- ipating include Maewyn Bailey training union director; Mary Lou O'Rear recreation director; Pete Johnson chairman of ushers; Ben Brock editor of the church bulle- tin; Sam Faris music director; and LaRue Kite young people's secretary. Lunday Plans Work On Doctoral Thtsis Albert Lunday Instructor in the H-SU sociology department will work on his doctoral thesis at the University of Chicago this sum- mer Dr. W. D. Rich head of the H-SU school of business adminis- tration announced this week. Lunday plans to complete all re- quirements for the Doctor of Phil- osophy in Sociology before re- turning to the H-SU campus next fall. Talts of Hoffman...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 8 May 1948

SapJtamabe Petition 5; 'r.X.r- wnwMs';v W Vol. XXXII H-SU. ABILENE TEXAS. SATURDAY. MAY 8 1948 No. 29 .j?B'!iuHZ?aiK2m2EzvHv'-uBnrqp'r '-rr.Tam-OTWr; jfrzzjsxxsuv j . v iw---r---;iiiK.jtr - . ' k ij HHmHi'mi-B9r lwt nH ibBnKivjrBiBr(Ai- ja- i .-f-.m w-- - - j ui'pa jwi . . i m -ii-j - -- rwFr" - - -. . .. - . . . . ;um MWIftM ;tfggB.l 1 II LIJBWM-iUJl JJafBgWHBHfe - i.r.-r-vn.r. -- . -"-rw)ar7 Taylor Paul Is Elected p i. i ! Joe Favor Named New B. A. Prexy Joe Mack Favor senior busi- ness administration major from Abilene has been elected presi- dent of the Business Adminis- tration club for the school year 1948-49 retiring president Dick Bussc announced this week. Bert Mann also a B. A. major will serve as first vice president of the organization. Other of- ficers of the club will be elected at the opening of the fall se- mester. By GEORGE HINE JR. Sophomore Editor THANK YOU members of the regular Brajid staff sophomore journalists the publicity office and members of the reporting ...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 8 May 1948

. (. ' Fat THE IMUi Saturday May f 1941 xl ( BmBBs E. 'J . EDITORIALS.... Tuesday morning while the whole student body and faculty were- attending ehupel .service some of us received stimulants of all kinds and descriptions. Our responses were carried out Wednesday morning by voting for our nominee for the various student offices. "We enjoyed seeing so many students taking part in the recent election of student officers while the remain- ing .students in the chapel cheered their respective and prospctivc candidates on the nomination blanks which were distributed Wednesday. For some of us it was our first time ty witness a real honcst-to-goodness student-voicing process in u "no-holds-barred" political rally here at 1I-SU. We wish to extend our best to the fatuity for allow- ing the students to use three chapel periods for our bene- fit n benefit in which we received something very deep und meaningful. Congratulations and best wishes for the new officers and those who participated in...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 8 May 1948

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Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 8 May 1948

Pag 4 THE H-iU BRAND Saturday. May 8 1948 "QiyuMHf" Oh 7UL Only Sixteen Owens Co-Chairman Of Veteran Committee John Owens graduate student of Hardin-Simmons was co-chair man of a committee which pro- posed that the Texas legislature take action on payment of a bonus to World War II veterans at a meeting held in Austin re- cently. Owens along with Milton Gardner and R. W. Caton repre- sented the local veterans in a closed meeting of a group of vet- erans. Owens headed the committee which proposed thai the state legislature approve a constitu- tional amendment for the pay- ment of a vet bonus which would provide for the payment of $10 per month for domestic duty and $15 per month for foreign service with a minimum of $10 and a maximum of $500. Eligibility requirements for the receiving of a bonus recommended by one of the committees is as follows: Active duty in the U. S. armed forces including army navy ma rine corps coast guard or any women's auxiliary branch at the time from Septem...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 15 May 1948

i - mm VpfS(&Cp .jfEH jHBMHf Hi2rB.4uf JtZjr'&KKjSIKmm rm JHEHBtWli Will fletyin cr 'rtwj. -"V"r- Vol. XXXII H-SU; ABILENE TEXAS. SATURDAY MAY IS 1948 No. 30 in i' tfillfrtrliKiJatrBMHMvirtiftiaryiKTi i"'- " mWi?wMJr4T'Lzy'L. & W2Zz2lAnfv'3'jnAlw'9&r5'T -- iiamHBHjk.r:Ai:nHEjiHBBHiiBHarKHMB?vrmtiw-4' ' r:TA.r.r'ryrr rr7Trii?TT!i?hii.viiui-s.r. -: rrrrTVM III I I II BM HI I I M I II M IIM I MMI Mil I Ml I ! Ill I I 1 III I I - i . j. l.7 K.I'Mm .-S-TT.T. TVT rat"L'jl.--S.1 !.- -a. j. ..-.-"- . . . ArfUli I ' H-SU Graduation Schedule For 134 Seniors Complete BL v z i& A By FLO JONES Freshman Editor At long last! It has gone! The last page of this week's would-be Brand has gone to press after long tedious efforts on the part of the lowly Freshmen to make it a successful paper. It has been said that Ficshmcn arc characterized by their lack of knowledge and inability to do worthwhile things and the truth of this statement has been ical- ized in full this week. It has ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 15 May 1948

4 '' i. THE H-SU BRAND Saturday May 15 194t v' ' -V &.. r-r r . EDITORIALS.... Quite a bit of attention has been given lately to the remarkable progress in handwriting made by an H-SU itudent. In a short two months he improved his pen- manship to such an extent that his signature was un- recognizable to what it had been when lie first began taking a special handwriting course. What this one student did we could all do. And indi- cations are that we should. Papers handed in by junior and senior students on English usage tests given this year were masterpieces of illegibility. If graded by a penmanship test designed for elementary school students it's doubtful if one-hnlf the papers would have registered an "average" score. It's a deplorable situation when college students of junior and senior standing can't write a hand legible enough to be deciphered. Can you read your own class notes 30 minutes after they are made? Perhaps you think your penmanship is pretty good. If so ask you...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 15 May 1948

1 I Saturday May IS 1948 THE H-SU BRAND 9am Hardin Spring Training Thinning As End Jessie Myers Wins First In TCU Rodeo Jessie Myors champion cow- girl of Hardin-Simmons won first place in the barrel race at the TCU rodeo in Fort Worth last Saturday. Her timo for cir- cling the barrels was 12.3 sec- onds. H-SU's Carl Myers brother of the champion cowgirl spilled his first loop but -caught his calf with his second loop to win third place' in calf roping with COWBOY By BERRY Where the Dead End Kids go heie also goes Higglns. No one disputes this fact least of all Hugh Higgins 19-year-okl fresh- man footballer from Cleburne Texas. Hugh It feet 8 inches 170- pound.i quarterback candidate for next fall's varsity line-up HUGH HIGGINS . . . fights Monday night -JWItTYtliTTiltTTriiTITtftWYttiTWAiffl We Make Your Shoes Like New Hardin-Simmons Shoe Shop SPALDING URCfJUKBiCAMTCNNV (ffim&jk'ffi U.-fl.V " -BjaxsausHRU6KT JIjtOmJ-' .Auk.. 1 OUGHT S nMPiHif.-TOowTrass szf Aa!n com up writ S ua...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 15 May 1948

THE H-IU BRAND Saturday May 15 1948 J. 4 Mrs. Everton Teaches Class For Correction Of Defects In Speech By CORLIS Mrs. Nora V. Everton professor of speech at Hnrdln-Slmmons uni- versity has taught a class in the correction of minor spcecli de- fects at the university for the past nine years. The preient claw comists of speech majors or minors who are especially interested In the diagnosis end correc- tion of minor speech defects the most common of which is stuttering. Each member of the class has two patients. They range in age from prc-school children to col- lege students. The class prefers to work with children in the pri- mary stages because the defect usually becomes increasingly se- vere and more difficult to cure or compensate for with age. Mrs. Everton estimates that 100 patients have been under observation and treatment of her students during the past nine years. She supervises till cases. Cases arc on record of the def- inite improvement of patients University Chorus Sings...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 29 May 1948

lilt Withe. limit lluUel 'V r3TSVK4wx; Vol. XXXII H-SU ABILENE TEXAS. SATURDAY. MAY 29 1948 No. 31 ' ' '"wwwMWH.i-gaew v mmmmmmmEmis?sL&-M . .-.. -. . . -r'lKrJ?e: l-v "Now Is the hour when wo must say good-bye" . . once wc sang those wotds thoughtlessly but now seniors aie beginning to realize what they mean. Sure it's good to get that sheepskin and be a college grad. After all that was the objective when it all began three or four or more years ago. It isn't just the idea of leaving the campus. It's the little things . . . the special friends . . . the dorm life . . . the pep rallies and the coffee at Doe's. And who said "I pm a part of all that I have met"? Any- way we'd be willing to bet you'll look back on life at H-SU with rcat deal more affection than you thought you had. Good luck seniors . . . and other students too! There arc some things that can't be put into words like the ap- preciation we'd like to express to the 1947-48 Brand staff. "Thanks" just isn't adequate fo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 29 May 1948

i.W .4 u-. ' .- ' I "iftij ' iV t'l4- al THE HIU BRAND Saturday. May 29. 1948 EDITORIALS... SeAoai tya Marked Ay Qtuuutk (lemUuicent 0 Varied AdUaUiei A Backward QlaHcm Now that finals arc over and a few more semester hours have been added to records many students are beginning to realize again just how pleasant it is just to go blank for a few days. It's possible now to take in a movie read a touch of fiction or just plain loaf without being oppressed by that haunting memory of neglected studies. It's easier to look the whole situation over now to sec the three groups who have finished the spring term. Foronc of these the respite will be brief. The "summer session will start in a few days with a return to the class- study routine. By struggling through the summer's heat and long class periods students in this group will bo able to chalk up a few more credits toward graduation. For others vacation Avill last all summer long. Most of this group will be back in the fall to renew old a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 29 May 1948

w J2 Saturday May 29 1948 THE H-SU BRAND 9am h; Al Uribe's Bootleggers Are Softball Champions COWBOY By WINSTON An ox-Marino stuff soigoant "Big Ed" Polly will bi seen in the center position on the Cow- boy grid squad this full. Six foot three Inches lull and weighing 215 pounds Ed is the holder of the intramural heavy- weight boxing championship. He is also Interested in wrestling but he says his enthusiasm for this sport is not what it has been. ED PETTY ... in love with food Born at Clyde 21 year ago Curtis Edwin Petty was early in- terested in spoils. He lettered two years in high school football and three years in basketball: He spent three yeais in the Marine corps most of which time was on the island of Guam. Ed chose the Mai inc. because his father Anion Petty also an ath- letic enthusiast had pievjuusly spent three years in that branch of the service and was at one time wrestling champion on the ship Pennsylvania. I -j i Spring Grid Workouts Finished Last Week Willi practic...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 29 May 1948

Pair 4 THXIMUBIUUTO Saturday. May 29. 1948 17- Wtdduuf Belli dUuf ouUd 9t Mew- 2bom By EDDIE According to n recent survey the New Dormitory ranks first among the dorms as a matrimon- ial bureau. Eleven girls from this dorm arc planning to marry this .summer accprding to Mrs. Idaloii Moody housemother. Smith hall ranks close as scebnd place winner having wedding bells ring for ten of its girls. Mary Frances ranks third hav- ing eight marriages duo this sum- mer. The old maids over in Senior hall are announcing only four marriages from their group. August seems to bo the favorite month of the summer brides. At least Rusty Moses from San An- tonio and Carl Myers from Abi- lene think so. Thoir great day is Aug. 6. Billio Word from San Antonio and Jerry Swindler also from Ban Antonio havo set Juno 22 as lhoir wedding dya. Mar- cella Dunlap of Lubbock and Bob Hill of Abileno will be married 'June 19. Carolyn Brown of Clyde and Rodney Cathey of Abilene will be married in the latter part of...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 11 June 1948

The HSU Brand PATRONIZE THE ADVERTISERS VOTE FOR YOUR FAVORITE Vol. XXXII H-SU ABILENE TEXAS JUNE 11. 1948 No. 1 A. B. Lee Euell Porter Named To Fill Positions Oh H-SU Staff ss It is with pleasure that we pre- sent the first copy of the 1948 summer Brand. Revived last year for the first time in over ten years the summer session was enlivened by its distribution each Friday. Published in tabloid size the Brand was headed last year by David Bost and George Hine as editor and business manager respectively and because of its contribution to student life the Publications Committee author- ized its publication this-summer in tabloid size. The staff this year plans to cover all news events present current topics of interest outline summer activities and announce- At rnents. and create friendliness and 'V'school spirit on the 40 acres. If you have any news an- nouncements gripes complaints or gossip the staff will welcome your contribution. The deadline for Copy is Tuesday afternoon at 5:00...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 11 June 1948

Page 2 H-SU BRAND June 11 1948 Gtye ?4-M Vtmd A Weekly College Newspaper published every Friday during the Summer terms by the Hardin-Simmons Press Club in the interest of the Student Body of Hardin-Simmons University. Entered 4 as Second Class mail matter June 22 1917 at the Post Office at Abilene Texas under Act of March 3 1879. Subscription Price Both Six Weeks' Terms Advertising Rates on Request. .$0.50 Editorial Office: GI Hall Hardin-Simmons University. Down- town Office: 241 Hickory Street. Telephones: 4627 and 5231. Member Intercollegiate Press ditoi jbobotky ea JZewid iu&Utedd. Manefen. ...T Sbavid Qabbett STAFF Associate Editor Dub Mason Editorial Assistant . Wayland Yates Assistant Business Manager . Ben Brock Sports Editor .. Berry Appling Feature Editor . Fine Arts Editor Music Editor Society Editor Religious Editor Cartoonist .Grady Lackey ...Fleur Walton .John Pelry .Rosemary Shelton Dan Williams ..Dorothy Crabiree Editorial Advisor: David Bost 1947 Summer Brand E...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 11 June 1948

June 11 1948 H-SU BRAND Page 3 - f Summer Sidelights By BERRY APPLING Summer school finds a quiet scene in regard to college ath- letics with most students thinking of thrills in by-gone games and coming thrills for next season. Although competitive sports will be at a minimum this summer it is still to be hoped that there will be some. Ac- cording to Mr. Oiho Polk di- rector of physical education there is a program underway to organize both sofiball and volleyball teams and anyone who is interested in partici- pating should contact him at his office in Marston Gym. All friends of Waller "Moe" Hedrick will be glad to learn that he will continue to make West Texas his home though no longer as a Cowboy footballer. Moe graduated in June and accepted the head coaching position at Roscoe High school. While most students know that we have a swimming pool in Marston Gym it is few indeed that know what hours they may swim there. Mr. Polk has assigned it to women from 2:30 until 4:00 p.m. an...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 11 June 1948

Page 4 H-SU BRAND June 11 1948 I T Nominations Open For Summer Queen Taylor Paul president of the student body announced Wednes- day in chapel that nomination blanks for the summer queen are now in the bookstore. Qualifica- tions for nomination stipulate that each candidate must be a member of the August graduating class. Nominations will be open until June 15 and each candidate must receive fifty signatures to her name. Election will be held in chapel Wednesday June 16. SHEER COOL COTTONS for juniors and for women . . . visit Minter s and choose those cool dresses you'll need for summer. It's Cool at MINTER'S. FRESH Fruits and Vegetables TOMATOES 10c A POUND SIMMONS & SON FRUIT STAND 2233 PINE By DANNY WILLIAMS Under the auspices of the Bap- tist Student Union evening ves- per services meet each evening at 6:30 in Room 303 Science Hall. The program includes sing-spira-tion and a short message and prayer. All students are urged to attend this service which lasts for only 30 minu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 18 June 1948

The HSU Brand -N PATRONIZE THE ADVERTISERS VOTE FOR YOUR ". FAVORITE Vol. XXXII H-SU. ABILENE. TEXAS JUNE 18 1948 No. 2 University Players to Attend Three-Day Performance of Fort Griffin Fandangle Players Club and others will attend performances of the 6th Fort Griffin Fandangle at Albany. June 24-25-26. Writen and staged by Robert Nail of Albany it is a three-day festival in which the entire town participates. The football field is used for the per- formances. The theme this year is the "Cowboy." A parade Thursday June 24 at 5:00 p.m. will open the three-day celebration. The Hardin-Simmons Cowboy Band and the six white horses will lead the parade which will be made up exclusively of horse or mule- drawn vehicles. No motored equipment will be used. The pa- rade will be divided into three sections of cowboys: those over 55 from 21 to 55 and the modern cowboy under 21. Entries are be- ing made in the parade by the merchants and individual ranch- ers. Nail's original play Black Is the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 18 June 1948

Page 2 H-SU BRAND June 18 1948 .1 EDITORIALS:... Jlet'i extend tk Recotd Recently Mayor Blankcnship and the city of Abilene were congratulated for having reached an enviable safety record: one year 366 days including the added day for Leap Year with- out a fatal traffic accident within the city limits. Tliia record was secured by careful drivers and pedestrians but it could be broken almost any day in the week if students coming to and from the university become lax in the attention which they give to their driving. The administration has employed several students to check on the placing and method of parking cars to insure sufficient space for passing traffic and pedestrians. Sometimes it is diffi- cult to find a place to park and do so at the requested angle especially when a student is rushing to a seven o'clock class. Is it difficult sometimes for students walking on the campus to find a break in the Hickory street traffic to cross to the campus pus or to Science Abilene or Cald...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 18 June 1948

June 18 1948 H-SU BRAND Page 3 Adams Wins First Olympic Bout by KO Tom Adams has again proven himself well deserving of his state light-heavyweight title as he f crossed the first hurdle in his path to Boston and the National Olym- Sic Tourhament by stopping Inez ister of Houston via the K.O. route in 2:05 of the third round at the Region 9 Olympic Trials in San Antonio Wednesday night. Adams received a first round bye to go into the second night of the trials against the well re- garded Houston boy. Showing his usual polished . skill the "Brownfield Bomber" . was in command of the battle all the way though Rister withstood the shelling of his powerful two- fisted assault until deep in the third round when the knockout blow tagged him. Bill Burkhart welterweight teammate of Adams' at Hardin- Simmons drew a tough one in the opening round and dropped a mild upset to Al Herbert of New Orleans. It was a 3-round deci- sion affair that could have gone either way. Adams is fighting under t...

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