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

Ptff4 H-SU BRAND August I 1941 L& . i 5tl-J DANIEL PRESENTS CONCERT AUG. 10 Joseph Daniel instructor of voice will be presented in a voice recital at Behrens Chapel Aug- ust 10 at 8:00 o'clock Dean E. Edwin Young has announced. Daniel is at present a pupil of Euell Porter head of the choral department of the School of Mu- sic. Daniel has also studied voice at Ouachita College New Or- leans Theological Seminary and with professional teachers in New Hi ;;V ' - vJiHil 11 I Registration for 3-Weeks Aug. 1 6 Registration for the three weeks term at H-SU has been scheduled for Monday August 16 accord- ing to Dean Robert A. Collins. This date three days before the close of the second six weeks term is set so that there will be no time lost between terms Dean Collins emphasized. The current term ends August 19 classes for the three weeks term begin Aug- ust 20 and continue through Sep- tember 9. Summer graduation exercise's are to be held on the evening of August 20 on the lawn in front...

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 — 13 August 1948

fe The H-SU Brand BEST WISHES SENIORS! BEST WISHES SENIORS! Vol. XXXII H-SU ABILENE TEXAS AUGUST 13 1948 No. 9 Yi This issue of the BRAND marks the end of the summer tabloid editions for this year. This final copy will end a very happy rela- tionship between the staff mem- bers and student body. Person- ally speaking for each reporter and various editors we 'have en- joyed preserving the summer's activities on the printed page. L In thanking the staff members for myself as editor and for the student body and facility as read- ers much good work has been done on these hot'summer days. David Garrett business manager has maintained ' a regular group of adversers and has consistent- -Jy prrttfwced interesting ativertis- nig .matter. Wayland Yates as editorial assistant has "assisted" in everything from cleaning the office to AP reporting. Berry Appling sports editor has been efficient in every way but he has edited a weekly sports page mer- iting not only comendation from the staff but ...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 13 August 1948

Page 2 H-SU BRAND August 13 1948 EDITORIALS.... Beit of) luck and Qaod Wiikei. To those of you who nrc leaving the campus with degrees and new futures on behalf of the student body we .wish you a happy future. May you find that the mental spiritual and social life which you have enjoyed on the forty acres will be a daily guide and aid to you. To those of you who are taking a vacation until fall may we wish for you a pleasant vacation and a prosperous college year. The Brand will be resumed with the fall semester with Wayland Yates as editor. Through its pages you will again be able to follow the campus activities sports fine arts music and general events. Now that it is almost ended the summer session wasn't nearly as bad as we tried to believe it was and the fall seems oven more promising of good things because we have worked this summer. Sj 7Uu Could jjtf Jtapp. If it were possible to turn back the clock for one day as a departing senior I would certainly take advantage of the opp...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 13 August 1948

August 13 1948 H-SU BRAND Pag 3 Summer Sidelights By BERRY APPLING i Quiet days are here again with the pasing of the elites in the Texas coaching field but remain- ing is the air of feverish impa tience ana ac- tivity that fea- tured the school. Students have but little interest in sports as they scurry from classroom to li- brary with a look of glazed impotence o n their faces. Uppermost i n their mind is a faint hope that by some miracle they might have all research ar- ticles themes etc. 'ready for term's end. (' Some few hardy sbuls will con- tinue pursuing their education (?) during the three-week term but for most it will be good-bye until fall. Scattered' here and there about the campus observers will notice self-satisfied smirks steal- ing across the more school-weary Appling faces as they contemplate the miracle of good fortune that will see them receiving that valiant sheepskin which fought so hard before surrendering. To those who will be leaving the campus perhaps to re...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 13 August 1948

194 H-SU BRAND August 13 1948 Hi School All-Stars Find H-SU Friendly By LOUISE COLE The past week the campus was literally invaded by coaches and All-Stars. Strangely enough the students did not complain. The visitors were friendly and it was fun rubbing elbows with famous coaches and stars. It must be quite an honor to be chosen on the All-Star teams yet the football and basketball play- ers who were here seemed to be regular fellows without a touch of conceit. Hardin-Simmons is used to good sportsmen for that reason the stars found a welcome here. Whom to yell for at the games Thursday and Friday nights the North or South was the question which came up inevitably in a group and no one could answer it. However despite the fact that the North won 4 to 0 in football and 36-31 in basketball it cannot be said that one team was better than the other both teams were power packed. The football and basketball squads proved to be a coach's dream and the coaches themselves were tops. In inte...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 18 September 1948

'Sfias? Mil ji&&illx&J: LsLsBa1 sBasHlLsLsV p iMr KrV HflRZL.rSBr K mKKBm jJki I r faBBsr JHaaKaaaY rjm TaaaaH EaLsLT Vftf ii';vv -IsaHCBaaaBlaaaaW aasBaHaaascv .ssacHalBaBBaWr MVrWasaV.aHaW .FaasaS '''Ar' :.ji$mf aBM WrM'' JivsssMsMsT.sssmsgsissgft1ftya r idfc dsMfsW'sBssWasssresBMMsltsWsysyssM'' Attend tU Reception IVelcam tyfie&kmtn iXfV Vol. XXXIII H-SU. ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 18 1948 No. 1 jKEBRsX aBV.jdtBE&BBBHLBBBBBBBBBflBBsBBB W$iiiSMBPHRl --- -.--.. . .-. ipwwaAtJii ."- X Tw . By GEORGE RINE JR. WELCOME TO HARDIN-SIM-v. MONS newcomers and to the old "" timers "Glad to have you back." This should be one of the best years in the history of the institu- tion. ONLY A FEW WEEKS AGO one of the largest groups ever to receive their sheepskins marched down the aisle in Behrens chapel. & It was for many the last mile of formal education. Now a new ' group enters H-SU with four years of marching around ob- stacles that labs produce and per- haps the m...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 18 September 1948

Paf a THE H-SU BRAND Saturday September 18 1948 editorials... Greer New Head New Business School is Jtoutdf and lldcom Well gals and guys howdy and welcome to Hardin- Simmons the school where everyone is a friend and where sports are tops. May we of the Brand take this opportunity to say "we hope your time here will bo en- joyable as well as profitable." Perhaps for the first few days you will wander around and not take too much interest in anything and think that maybe you made a mistake in coming here. Maybe you will be lonesome and homesick but stick it out for the first few days and you will begin to notice that things are not so bad after all. You will even get to where you take pride in saying that you are a student at the "Hickory Street institution." And the classes. They will bo rather hard but you can pass most of them. Shux I've only been here six years and am already a senior. It ain't hard if yoti don't make it hard. The profs are real understanding like. Just tell them...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 18 September 1948

H Saturday September 18 1948 V THE H-SU BRAND Pat 9 - -v A - - r tt JK- V.I- ti A(LlBi.w-r 'ffl?!at; !!.w5'SV!s-v LEADING THE COWBOYS in the 1948 football wars will be Captain J. W. Steadman and Sub-Captain Bob McChesney. Stcadman 25-year-old senior two-year letterman at end hails from Cleburne Texas. McChesney 21 -year-old all-Border Conference right end calls Van Nuys California home. H-S Asks Admittance to Southwest Conference Hardin - Simmons University has filed a formal bid for admit- tance to the Southwest Confer- ence. No action however can be taken until the December meet- ing of that conference. Application was filed with James H. Stewart executive sec- retary of the athletic organization in Dallas. A five-man committee of the conference was appointed last spring to make recommendations to the circuit on expansion. This group will study the bid of Har-'din-Simmons University as well as that of Texas Tech of Lubbock which has also been iflcd. G. M. PRESLEY CREDIT JE.WELERS ...

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

PaB4 THE H-SU BRAND Saturday September 18 1948 Seven Faculty Members Named for 5 Departments Business School Adds 3 Teachers Seven of the additions to the Hardln-Simmons faculty for the fall term have assumed duties in five departments with the open- ing the session. Three will teach in the new School of Business Administration. Lillic Mac Houston a 194G graduate of H-SU is returning to her alma mater as instructor of home economics. Since graduat- ing from Hardln-Simmons Miss Houston has complete most of her work on a master's degree at Ok- lahoma A&M with majors in chemistry and home economics. While in H-SU she was president of the home economics club and secretary of the science club. Mrs. Mary Lund Rodgcrs has been added to the staff as assist- ant professor of Spanish. She has spent 20 years in Mexico teach- ing in the schools of that country. Mrs. Rogers holds a bachelor of science degree from Ohio State University and a master of arts from North Texas State where she had...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 25 September 1948

Seat Cincinnati IBKlLTmAIbP IHKt" Heat JIMHVKIHMK Cincinnati ie ctb!5ss5B53SSKSK "?22Kr Vol. XXXIII H-SU. ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 25 1948 No. 2 T S:iiiiBirT:ISSSftVViSSSSSSSSSIiiSSSSSSSSiSSSSSSSSP "1MB ''isWPnSiSSaMBiiMMMiHIIBIBHSsRiw? -iS?r-'iieV'n.TH--.''i'v. & Q .Ty si J( jf & v vSR VT " - "K v- WfflrrnyEzjBBBJQTJSiKlcrfflEjpft Students still stood in line for registration last week but lines weren't quite so long under the new card-packet system introduced by Registrar Alton B. Lee. Shown above are early arrivals waiting for teachers to start filling classes on tho first day of registration. The complete registration process was held in Rose Field house. By GEORGE HINE JR. 'BY THIS TIME most of us have -r?"'4vho signboard pertaining to last Spring's rodeo. A football schedule on the board would be much better. A HANDSHAKE WITH THE NEW CLASS OFFICERS. It has been said there is not too much extra-curricular activity on the campus. We have the talent so let's get t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 25 September 1948

STP -' tilV Pag 2 THE H-SU BRAND Saturday. September 25. 1948 EDITORIALS.... JloouHf Abound The II-SU Mule Quartet seems to he tops . . . and they've practiced together for only 15 clays. How about some more from them before long? Thanks to someone with foresight enough to provide adequate facilities to accommodate (it's crowded) the school's largest enrollment. Even Sandefer Memorial building would have been finished long since except for the plague of material shortages. Looks like Ilardin-Simmons may not be the leading university in this section of the state after a few years unless someone does something to step up the tempo of expansion both academically and as far as plant facilities are concerned. Abilene Christian College over across the creek is launched on a 12-ycnr program of scheduled growth that is designed to net it Schools of Law Business Engineering and Medicine. How about more speeches by the president? They add something to chapel exercises that most other programs...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 25 September 1948

Saturday September 25 1948 THE H-SU BRAND Faff 3 4 m ff?jipKjMMBiiMKyRKwiB3HiK f KKri. vIIkBfHI8bV59VEP7bsssssssssssssssssssssssk Bsssssssssl SeL HBfe. sv & IHR kw flk HSSSSSSSF. 1 j .HSSSSSSSflrHr R SSSSSBS83BSSSSSSSlH&&J!BSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSflBSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSH B v Hy&MtMFl H-l HVk' Hw - f HilllHIlKisillllllKfilWIIiilllllllllillllllllllllllllllllHLi KBrlHuJHnv HilllllBillllHlllH:'il ...iilllllllHllllllllllMillllHiillllllllllHillilllllllllllllllllllw'' Dozen Cowboys Make Football Family Game For Coming Season By DALMON McNAIR Football is a family gamo for twelve members of the Hardin- Simmons University Cowboy squad. Six pairs of brothers from Oklahoma Pennsylvania Texas and California are on the roster of Coach Warren B. Wood- son's forces. If two were guards and one a quarterback these brothers could comprise a full team with "family" men at each post. Bob and Howard McChesney both two-year lctcrmcn with the Cowboys are from California. Tackle Leon Cooper ano...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 25 September 1948

ffi"t"'r" mrr-rfK jpi Page! THE H-SU BRAND Saturday September 25 1948 SQSJ2MW71 ?. - r Classes Organize. Choose Officers After Chapel Wed. Sophomore junior and senior classes met and elected officers for the school year following chapel exercises Wednesday morning. It was the first meeting of the three groups this year. Presidents of last year's classes were in charge of the meetings until new presidents were elected. Raymond Troutman was chosen to head the seniors Bill Tolbert was elected president of the jun- ior class and Wilton Davis was named leader for the sophomores. Other senior offices fjlled in- clude the vice-presidency Joe Caudle; and Betty Dozier secre- tary. Juniors named Roland Gregory vice-president Wanda Baker as secretary and Ann Carothcrs as reporter. Larry Wartes was elected vice- president of the sophomore class and Ella Bostick was named sec- retary. Other class officers arc to be elected at meetings to be called in the future. Of the group elected this year th...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 2 October 1948

Ball Qame m JBHWmI JHwlr iylfiW Bill MfWii'1 7 z44 Ki Vol. XXXIII H-SU. ABILENE. TEXAS SATURDAY OCTOBER 2 1948 No. 3 LsMBIB2bbbbbbbbi;1bbbJ1bbG1bbbbbhbbbbbbb SPPMPHBHa3$BiiKHIKiiiiiiiiiiiiliiiB v. N if 'i "The Skin Of Our Teeth" To Be Major Production O&D Council Adopts New Debate Policy The new policy taken by the Oratorical and Debate council of H-SU in which all students arc invited to 'participate in intra- campus debates should be one of the highlights of the season. Each campus organization is urged to enter one women's team or one men's team of two contestants or both. The winning teams will be al- lowed to represent Hardin-Sim-mons University in an all-expense paid trip to the next tournament. All students participating will au- tomatically be trying out for membership in the O.&D. council. The debate topic for the year is: "Resolved that the Federal Gov- ernment should aid tax-supported schools by means of annual grants." Debaters should be pre- pared to take either...

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

r . ' f4i THE H-SU BRAND Saturday October 2 IMS ': f-yV. EDITORIALS.... There was a story floating around the campus during the summer about how some of the caretakers were using water to flood the paths across what was supposed' to be grassy areas. They were doing it to keep students on the sidewalks and off the grass. At present they're flooding the whole area not to keep students off but to try to get a few blades of grass to grow. Though tho effort may be being made primarily because of the Hunter Memorial presentation that is coming up in a few days the grass started now will be here forborne time to come if it is properly cared for. Part of the care that it needs is a chance to grow and spread unhindered by hundreds of shoes slicing across it from every angle. Walks are provided as n means of crossing the campus from almost any point. If students will keep off the paths and on the walks they'll be doing a lot to help Hardin-Simmons have more respectable looking grounds. Oh tUe...

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

t i Saturday October 2 1948 THE H-8U BRAND 4 PI -- TOP RAIL COMNENT By BERRY APPLING MHIHHiNNINNNINNII Something new has been added good or bad though probably the latter. Your sports editor will try as the year progresses to find some topic of interest on which he is qualified to expose his ignor- ance. Should this column be so honored as to have a follower any suggestion from said follower as to what would be of interest for sporting fans on the campus would be greatly appreciated. FRESHMEN TO BOLSTER '49 VARSITY The 1048 football season is now well under way with Purple and Gold colors still flying high and as yet undipped to any enemy camp. Our freshman squad was off to a flying start over Cisco Junior College on the 16th. This game gave rise to a feeling on the campus that next year's varsity will have able assistance from standouts on the plebe squad who will be moving up to varsity competition. This confidence was more pronounced after their victory last week over San Angclo ...

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

THE H-SU BRAND Stlurdar. OetoUv 2 1MI Acceptance Ceremony Set For Presentation of Dorm Formal acceptance of the New girls' dormitory presented to the University by hte American pe- troleum industry will be made in a ceremony to be held on the campus October 13 President Ru- pert N. Richardson announced last Saturday. Presentation of the three-story dormitory was made in tribute to the late Judge J. C. Hunter. It will be called Hunter Memorial Hall. Judge Hunter a prominent Abilene church and civic leader was president of the Mid-Continent Oil and Gas association an organization of gas and oil men operating throughout the middle portion of the United States at the time of his death on Novem- ber 11 1045. He was chairman of the University's board of trus- tees of which he had been a mem- ber for 16 years. "This gift from the nation's oil men whom Judge Hunter served so well carries through a part of the school's building program which he envisioned while serv- ing as chairman of our b...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 9 October 1948

Attend the Sbedication 0 attuntel Memaiial Jtall ; a SMfcr"" wo!! & A 'r'r.K4i Sr--'-T'' Vol. XXXIII H-SU. ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY OCTOBER 9 1948 No. 4 s.rs.iiP' mMjmcm Jtaimmm w.ir arir pt V"?.Hr"B b astMm tmhkmm. . - -m piBHxri imtr -meimm' jzwumtimmfii-mmvBmA i j.i.M.-.iE.-m ' thhfv 4MwvrsMwK-wi s-'-w.jmmMr:-7mMKB .-.v.u-nV'rTv.A' mjmcrmsKK mmmaammv-1 .r.M'r.m'-f:Tp'K'.'M!tmn-im'z mmmmm "'WnhBkr ."B rC JIMIBiiWV..! Hfc'.V-J v.'.JtVB:tUfe.T2KBflBBiHK :ii&MaEiiE2HMM ' 'J imMulWSiKKrWWiH -..nw-.r.w. jfeTtswwwsroftus? rJc:Vya Dedication of Hunter Memorial University Orchestra Concert Is Scheduled Students Taking More Government "More students are taking courses in government now than at any other time in the history of the department" Dean W. A. Stephenson chairman stated this week. Increased popularity of government courses was indicated on the first day of registration 'when 373 students enrolled for the classes. Enrollment has now passed the 400 mark making up eight element...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 9 October 1948

'vj;-'' '"uv1 w t.J JL W t - V f fc 1 1 &hi THE H-tU BRAND if lahirday October I 1MI LVJ 1 j m- EDITORIALS... BtU o Wou? Now that the nominations for Who's "Who are appar- ently a matter of record some of the limitations on the new system for selecting candidates have become evident. Whether or not the new method of nominating candidates for the important positions is better or inferior to the old can be anybody's opinion but a few things should bo considered in coming to any conclusion. In the first place too much responsibility is placed on the shoulders of too few. Three persons or five cannot possibly know all the best or the worst about each of the six or seven hundred juniors and seniors from which the selections must be made. The nominating group as long as it is small is forced into the ticklish position of having to leave someone out thereby leaving themselves as individuals open to all sorts of charges from politics to personal favoritism. Though the student body was g...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 9 October 1948

'1 . Saturday. October t 1S4I THE H-SU BRAND M SPORTS By DUANE EX-COWBOYS IN COACHING RANKS A BACKWARD glance to the Cowboy footballers who have grad- ia. uated from the grid playing ranks at Hardln-Slmmons to the coaching field reveals that chances are overwhelming for Cowboy P.E. majors to make good in the coaching profession. And with only a few exceptions the former wearers of the purple and gold moleskins have settled down to coaching positions in the Southwest keeping secure the wide open type of football so popular in this section of the country. As one may reasonably expect Texas claims the majority of ex- Ranchers who now sustain the role of gridmastcr. Coaches who once inhabited the "Forty Acres" as Cowpoke gridstcrs are strung throughout the Lone Star State from El Paso to the East Texas pines and north to south from the upper Panhandle to the southern guf tip. WOODSON TURNS OUT TOP COACHES A point not to be overlooked is Cowhand Coach Warren Wood- son's uncanny knack of ...

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