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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 18 June 1948

Page 4 H-SU BRAND June 18 1948 '" b VI J l v s ! U li Increased Interest In Government By WINSTON MOORE "The average veteran tbday is more interested in government than was the veteran of World War I because he is so much bet- ter informed on all world affairs. More veterans study the subjects international relations and Amer- ican government than do other students in comparable numbers said Dean W. A. Stephenson in a recent political discussion. Mr. Stephenson is government professor at Hardin-Simmons uni- versity. Besides his work as pro- fessor of gbvernment he has found time to be an active Ro- tarian. He is a past president of the Abilene Rotary club and is a past district governor of Ro- tary'lnternational. He is a mem- ber of the Chamber of Commerce the American Legion and is a member of all Masonic lodges of Abilene. 'I am a 'dyed - in- the - wool' southerner for states rights rights although I believe in a strong No- tional government as a Federal unit with a definite divis...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 25 June 1948

I - The H-SU Brand SEE THE CORONATION ATTEND MERCHANT OP VENICE Vol. XXXII H-SU ABILENE TEXAS JUNE 25 1948 No. 3 W Students attending the choral school have added spirit and en- thusiasm to the summer session. The Brand is happy to welcome you to the campus and we hope your stay has been pleasant. We anticipate seeing many of you enrolled in the university next fall. While we are on the subject the most outstanding group here for the school is the group from Sam Houston State Huntsville. From their attendance and state- ments Hardin-Simmons is very proud of the fact that Mr. Porter is now with the university. His work at Sam Houston is always JTspoken of with praise. Mrs. Pon-.- " ter is also an asset to the fortv acnes. Monte Jlae Porter a niece of the Porters is also adding much to the student life. A sign on the Band hall has brought out the creative ability in several students. The sign orig- inally warned: "Keep Out Cow Boys Only." The slight structural error in "Cow Boys" has ...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 25 June 1948

Pat 2 H-SU BRAND June 25 1948 EDITORIALS.... Same 9deal QoHcesiniUf Commencement lutandi m The question has been asked by students faculty members and friends of the university "Why are the awards kept secret until the announcement from the stage at the commencement exercises?" This has its advantages. It always lends anticipa- tion to the few who know they are involved in the decisions. The secrecy gives added interest to the story of commencement released to the newspapers and it is also a tradition of the university. Many colleges do not follow this practice but make such announcements days before the commencement. The ma- jority of the high school do not withhold the information. This secrecy has its disadvantages. Frequently the winners fail to appear at commencement hi 1948 one of the winning freshmen of the Alpha Chi award was not present j the third place winner of the Featherston contest was absent; the fresh- man chosen to receive the Alpha Psi Omega award as the most valu...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 25 June 1948

June 25 1948 H-SU BRAND Pag 3 Adams Goes To Boston For National Olympic Trials Tom Adams hard - slugging Cowboy light-heavyweight and 'Hf th 01vmPic District champion is 1 off to Boston where he will take on bigger game in his quest for a position on the U.S. Olympic team that will compete in London. After receiving a bye in the first night of competition at the district Olympic trials in San An- tonio Adams bowled over his competitors in the following three nights to easily gain a spot on the eight-man district team. His first victory came as the result of a kayo punch to the jaw of Houston's Inez Rister in 2:05 of the third round in his Wednes- day night appearance. Buster Harrison of Fort Worth well known to Abilene fans fur nished the opposition for Thurs- day night's bout. Though hitting the veteran Harrison with his Sunday punches almost at will . Adams was unable to put him down for keeps. However the third round saw the punishing blows begin to tell as' Harrison went down fo...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 25 June 1948

r Pag 4 I ' H-SU BRAND June 25 1948 Dr. Williamson Chapel Speaker Wednesday Music is a thing we ach de fine for ourselves" spoke Dr. t John Finley Williamson president andfounder of the Westminster 'Choir College in chapel Wednes- day morning. "I believe that mu- sic has to do with the head the heart and it has to move through the body" and laughingly he added "the feet are only a small part of the body." Music cannot only be of benefit but it can damn he stated. This is the main fault of music. Jazz and the crooners are enjoyable but music must speak to the heart and head as well as the feet. Dr. Williamson traced the use of music in the troops of Ger- many Russia Italy and China. Traveling in Germany in 1920 he followed the youth movement and collected the song books of 'the German youth. He cited that Hit- ler took over Germany through the youth and marching songs were used in the rise to power of the Nazi party. He told of traveling in Russia when spies followed the choir in the...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 2 July 1948

The H-SU Brand DRIVE CAREFULLY THIS WEEK.END PATRONIZE THE BRAND ADVERTISERS Vol. XXXII H-SU ABILENE TEXAS. JULY 2 1948 No. 4 i. The university has designated Monday as a holiday with classes to be resumed Tuesday morning at 7 o'clock. Because of this holi- day and the final exams Friday and Saturday the Brand will not be published the week of July 9. Much interest in the recent Re- publican convention was shown on the campus. The only distrac- tion it had was the Louis-Walcott fight or vice versa. It was often difficult to distinguish between the two crowds. The big inter- est for Texans will be the Demo- cratic convention this month. The Coronation festivities were JLwell attended by citizens of Abi- lene and students. The band con- cert was one of the best. This could be attributed to the return of a lot of the cowboy musicians in preparation for the trip to New York or it could be attributed to the good selection of familiar and light classical numbers. The BSU office located in...

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

Pag 2 H-SU BRAND July 2 1948 i EDITORIALS. AU Wok And Ao Play What this school needs is a well-rounded extra-curricular activity program. No kidding every once in a while even the most studious students have a couple of hours to themselves and what is there to do? Read? "Write? Perhaps but it cer- tainly gets'tiresome. I concede that an effort has been made to arrange a program but it isn't enough. One movie on Monday is nice but what about the other five nights? (Sunday excluded of course) when we could skate in the corral or afternoons when the university could sponsor all kinds of picnics and other outings. Or perhaps the -intramural program could bo enlarged to give all an opportunity to participate. Or how about an extra feed sometime ? The beanery should be able to afford to give a banquet sometime. A program by the University Players could go along with it to liven it up a bit. And then what would be wrong with another party in the corral like the one the sophomores gave last...

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

July 2 1948 H-SU BRAND Pag 3 ft Summer Sidelights By BERRY Ii took a national champion to stop Tom Adams in his journey to the Olympic Games to be held in London England. His bid for in- ternational acclaim was coppered when he faced the national amateur light- heavy weight champion Grant Butcher o f S a n Fran- cisco in his in- itial bout at the Boston Olym- pic trials. An item of interest is that the loss to APPLING Butcher is the first judges decision dropped by Adams since donning the gloves. He has faced the best Texas could offer and never suffered a de- feat but the competition is stiff- er on a national scale. In drawing the national champion for his first bout the "Brownfield Bomb- er" was thrown against a boy who had but recently proven himself in the National Golden Gloves tournament at New York & Replacement o fyoul Jdett&imen 9l tke PiaLlem tf-aciuj Gawbayl How to replace four lettermen the core of the team which lost only one Border Conference foot- ball game i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 2 July 1948

( FMT4 H-SU BRAND July 2 1948 VET BHMEtABERTO BBING VOUZ DISCHARGE CflfflflOflB OR PHOTOSTATIC COPY WHEN APPLYING FOB Gf BENEFITS T . I 1 . W V 'it ".I. ' . I l.i VtUl VETERAN NOTES Question: If I go to a private physician to determine whether I need hospital treatment or domi- ciliary care will the government pay the cost of the examination? Answer: The government will pay the cost of examinations by private physician only if Veter- ans Administration has given the physician prior authority for such examination. Q.: How much time do I have in which to complete my educa- tion under the provisions of the GI Bill? A.: Your education under ben- efits provided in the Servicemen's Readjustment Act (GI Bill) must be completed 9 years after July 25 1947. Q.: What is the maximum pe- riod of training a disabled veter- an may receivev under the pro- visions of the Vocational Reha- bilitation Act? A.: Four years is the maxi- mum but Veterans Adminisrta- tion may extend the Jtime if fac- tors i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 23 July 1948

The H-SU Brand HAPPY LANDING COWBOYS! ATTEND THE PENTHOUSE PLAYS Vol. XXXII H-SU. ABILENE TEXAS JULY 23 1948 No. 6 A The long-planned Cowboy Band concert which was lo be given Thursday night on the Federal lawn downtown was cancelled due to last-minute preparations for the band's trip to the Lions convention in Now York City. The olficials found that it would be necessary for the musicians' instruments to be loaded Thurs- day afternoon if they were to reach Washington. D. C for the first performance Friday evening. Many senior rings are being seen on the campus exhibited by the August graduates and ad- mired by everyone. Bert Mann 1949 Bronco editor is holding his first staff meeting Tuesday in preparation for the work this fall. Several members of the staff have already been chosen but a number of vacancies still exist. A former football player (in Dean Collins' education class) during the study of field trips as an aid to teaching suggested a field trip to some local water- melon ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 23 July 1948

Pag 2 H-SU BRAND July 23 1S48 --v EDITORIALS.... Movie. 2UcoHtiu4d. Wluf? What happened to the Monday night movies? This question has caused considerable comment among students. It couldn't have been the lack of atcndance for large groups of students and faculty members attended each Monday evening. Even when the film broke and the screen was ripped many stayed to see the performance. Some have said the movies were discontinued because of criticism from certain groups as to the type of picture and the mere policy of showing movies on the campus. The pictures presented were selected from the best movies of recent years. The stories were screen productions of some of the best books in recent years. Each story presented a way of life a study of problems an era or period in history or the lives of little people and great people. There could have been no objection to any film shown because of the nature of the picture. They were informative educational and refreshing to a student body de...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 23 July 1948

July 23 1941 H-SU BRAND Pat S t- "!V. iiiiiiiiiHHminMii Summer Sidelights By BERRY 1 There are many critics of the present system in colleges and universities of emphasizing cer- tain outstanding activities in or- der to gain rec ognition on a national scale. The outstand- ing target for such critics is the increased Erestige that is eing given to athletics. Their argu- ments in the main are sound as far as they are car- ried but the APPLING main flaw in their campaign is that they refuse to recognize the' good points of such a system or offer a better method for ex- panding their school. The most outstanding accom- plishment of the system as it stands is the increased renown accorded the school with the play- up received on the nation's sport pages. The basis for the contin- ued well being of any school is a well filled student body and this can be accomplished best through publicity. When the present boom is past it may well be a fortunate x -school indeed that is operating with a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 23 July 1948

Pag 4 H-SU BRAND July 23 1948 VETERANS NEWS Question: What is the deadline for reinstatement of lapsed Na- tional Service Life Insurance on a comparative health basis? Answer: July 31 1948 is the last day to make application for policies which have lapsed for more than three' months without taking a physical examination. Q.: Where do I get an applica- tion blank to reinstate NLSI pol- icies? A.: VA form 9-353A should be filled out and mailed to VA on or before July 31 1948. Blanks can be obtained from the nearest VA office the service officer of any veterans' organization the Amer- ican Red Cross or most insurance agents. " Q.: How much will it cost to reinstate my GI insurance? A.: Your application for rein- statement should be acompanied by at least two monthly premi- ums in the amount of insurance that you had at that time. If you wish a smaller amount re- duce your premium payment ac- cordingly. For example if you paid $6.50 a month for $10000 while in service and you want only ...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 30 July 1948

The H-SU Brand ( WELCOME COACHES ! ATTEND THE PENTHOUSE PLAYS Vol. XXXII H-SU ABILENE TEXAS JULY 30. 1948 No. 7 V Thanks for the publication of the BRAND this week should go to Berry Appling and Wayland Yates who capably assumed the duties while the editor was re- cuperating from too much alti- tude or too much heat in the mountains or returning to Abi- lene. Appling and Yates gathered the articles and assembled the paper. Thanks! Some people invariably make mistakes on certain names or particular items of news. It is an unusual day when Clyde "Mickey" Johnston finds his name corectly spelled. The last two weeks the item referring to Ken- noth Hill's office has been wrong. T"'yWe give up it's an impossibility on some'things. Miss Maude King dean of wom- en was featured in the article on career women in Abilene in the Reporter - News Sunday. Miss King received her B.A. degree from Hardin-Simmons and her M.A. degree from the University of Texas. She was elected dean of women in 1946. ...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 30 July 1948

Pag 2 H-SU BRAND July 30 1948 . i W u . r ' .; 5tye 9-&X Irattfc 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 Hardm-Simmons University. - Ent?r?.?s 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. . E22rial PAfi"v GI Hall Hardin-Simmons University. Down- town Office: 241 Hickory Street. Telephones: 4627 and 523 1 Member Intercollegiate Press &kto BuUn&U Manage!. STAFF Associate Editor Editorial Assistant Assistant Business Manager Sports Editor Feature Editor Fine Arts Editor Music Editor Society Editor .. Religious Editor Cartoonist Editorial Advisor: David Bost EDITORIALS.... e CjtaduatiGsi PcufolL With a number of students completing requirements for graduation this week and with others planning to graduate in August now is a good time to take a lo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 30 July 1948

July 30 1948 H-SU BRAND Pag 3 Bell Dodd Head All-Star Squads Two of the Souths' top coaches 'Ij in tne form of Matty Bell from if Southern Methodist and Bobby Dodd from Georgia Tech will lend their assistance in the pre- parations for the All-Star foot- ball battle that will terminate the Texas High School Coaches As- sociation Friday night. Dodd will ' head the North squad and Bell coach the southerners. Bobby Dodd coach of the Georgia Tdch Yellow Jackets who won 10 out of 11 games last year will be demonstrating his football know-how wtyle tutoring the North All-Stars for the annual football game to be played at Fair Park August 6. After making All-American at Tennessee in 1930 Dodd started coaching at Georgia Tech in 1931. Since that time he has been in- strumental in making Georgia Tech's offense one of the most colorful in the South by using an open razzle type of play. Since becoming head coach in 1945 he has won twenty-three games and lost only nine. In his second year he won...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 30 July 1948

Page 4 H-SU BRAND July 30 1948 t Gray Meets Cagey Opposition In Bee Jack Gray first Southwestern basketball player to be named Ail-American and top basketball coach at the University of Texas since 1938 will have his hands full August 5 when his South .team engages Clair Bee and his North squad In .the annual All- Star basketball game to be un- reeled at Rose Field House Har-din-Simmons University in con- nection with the Texass High School Coaches' Association School. The Longhorn mentor and lead- er of the South squad will be meeting a man whose teams have won 92 of his games in the past five years and has fielded three national championship teams. But the Longhorn mentor is just the man to handle the task. Gray has built up quite a record for him- self. He now possesses a two-season mark of 46 wins against 7 losses a feat matched only by Kentucky. In 1947 his team marced through an undefeated Southwest Confer- ence season and missed a chance at the national title .by a 1-point La...

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

The HSU Brand t ALL-STARS PLAY TONIGHT j PATRONIZE BRAND ADVERTISERS Vol. XXXII H-SU ABILENE. TEXAS AUGUST 6 1948 No. 8 Prwra Coaching School Closes Today v IKON Mow Hieii Attendance RAonrHarl 1 A m i Lp AmgumKr Life on the campus this week has been pepped up by the pres- ence of some 1000 coaches their wives and high school athletes. The ratio of men to women reach- ed a new high this week and a good time was had by all we learned "in traduces." Come again! We have enjoyed the week especially the games played by the high school All-Stars. Mr. and Mrs. Al Milch have moved to Ferguson Hall replac- ing Mr. and Mrs. James Dyke. Dyke has served as manager since 1946. Milch freshman coach and Mrs. Milch (Marigene Sellers) are 1947 graduates. The Cowboy Band was pre- sented on the New York Night Program of the Lions Convention in Madison Square Garden with such professional performers as: Al Goodman and his orchestra Senator Claghorn Lew Lehr Mr. District Attorney the Five De Marco Sister...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 6 August 1948

f 1 H-iU BRAND Aufiut i IMS U EDITORIALS.... i Jtao you 6miidimd GcUUuf? It is surprising to see how many graduates are entering the teaching profession which is gratifying to those who have worried about the prospects for the profession. If a list were made of those who are beginning teaching duties this fall it would be noted that the profession has taken many of the most promising of students from the 1948 graduating classes at the University. This list would include two university queens sev- eral prominent football players members of Alpha Chi Alpha Psi Omega "Who's "Who Among Students in American Univer- sities and Colleges Cowgirls and many of thp leaders on the campus. The advisors and counselors for the students should feel encouraged at the response but this should only serve as a stepping-stone to enlisting more students in the profession especially those who have qualified as leaders on the campus to strengthen the need for teachers. Some students have the idea that teac...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 6 August 1948

Aufuit I. IMS H-IU BRAND f 1 a i . b North-South Squads Clash Tonight At Fair Park; Kick-oft 8:15 When the South football squad i under Matty Bell of Southern TT Methodist University takes the field of Fair Park stadium tonight to do battle with the Northern aggregation coached by Georgia Tech's Bobby Dodd it will mark the 14th annual meeting of North and South teams. The boys have undergone four days of intensive drill under their respective coaches and their staffs in preparation for tonight's clas- sic. Beginning their practice ses- sions Monday they have taken the field for workouts twice a day with interested members of the coaching school as spectators. Dodd has been concentrating on gaining the intricate timing necessary for the successful oper- ation of the difficult T that the Northerners will run their plays from. His job is easier than that of coaches in the past who have tried to instill in the boys the necessary details of a formation 'during the short time allotted the...

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