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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 9 October 1948

THE H-SU BRAND Saturday October 9 1948 Lead Rolls Are Filled For Major Production Dr. Katharine Boyd head of the speech department this week announced the partial cast of the major production of the fall "The Skin of Oour Teeth" to be pre- sented November 1 and 2. In the principal role of Mr. An- trobus will be Cecil Rutherford who has appeared in a number of the productions of University Players. In addition to his work on the Hardin-Simmons campus Rutherford has played with the Hilltop Theatre in Baltimore and spent one year with the Ernie Pyle Theater in Tokyo. Opposite Rutherford in the role of Mrs. Antrobus will be Alma Honca Abilene speech major who appeared last spring in "Black Is the Color." Virginia Dunagan junior from Midland who played leads in "The Show-Off and "Black Is the Color" has been chosen to play the role of Sabina the part in which Talullah Bankhead act- ed on Broadway. Other players are Virginia Han- del in the part of the fortune teller and Whit Giddens who ...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 16 October 1948

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Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 16 October 1948

rat THE H-SU BRAND Saturday. October 16 1941 Vi Jl"- . EDITORIALS.... The 1948-49 student body probably more than any other single group should btf proud of and thankful to the school supporters board of trustees nnd the adminis- tration for the years of thinking planning and acting that have resulted in the largest physical plant in the history of H-SU. The Hunter Memorial dedication ceremony held on the campus Wednesday was the climax of but one phase of a two and a half million dollars expansion program which has been underway for the past three years. The project has already netted a new dormitory ajicw class- room building Texas' second largest collegiate gymna- sium and a good start on one of the most modern library buildings in the country. Recently landscaping and beautification of the cam- pus has been started. Grass has been planted shrubbery set out and a general cleanup has been carried out. Paving of drives and parking areas has been accompanied with sidewalk constructi...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 16 October 1948

Saturday October IB 1948 THE H-SU BRAND Pat 3 K m f" ' . iiiimMjimmiiiiiBlim4Mimmiiiin..l...iHK)l By BERRY GLOOM SHADOWS H-SU CAMPUS That pall of gloom hanging over the old "Forty Acres" isn't a mystery to backers of the Cow- boy football team they felt it settling about 11:00 p.m. last Sat- urday night as the old second hand began it's final round on the scoreboard clock in Tucson Arizona. The disheartening fea- ture of this occasion that had in years gone by heard only the wild cheering of Hardin-Slmmoss partisans was the dismal story recorded by Tucson scoreboard Arizona U 20 H-SU 14. SEVERAL FIRST RECORDED The game marked several firsts in Border Conference history. For the first time an Arizona foot- ball squad came out on the heavy end of a score; for the first time a Hardln-Simmons team dropped it's opening conference game in fact it is only the third conference loss recorded since the Ranchers entered the B C loop in 1941 the other two losses came at the hands of Texas Tech'...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 16 October 1948

Pat 4 THE H-SU BRAND Saturday October 16 1948 Oil Men More than 600 oil men repre- senting scores of major and in- dependent oil concerns of the en- tire nation gathered on the H- SU campus Wednesday for the dedication of Hunter Memorial hall. The dormitory was present- ed to the University by the oil industry in honor of one of their leaders and a former president of the H-SU board of trustees the late Judge J. C. Hunter. Dedication ceremonies were opened with a luncheon hosted by the West Central Texas Oil and Gas association in Rose field house at 12:30. Following the luncheon J. D. Sandefer Jr. in- dependent oil operator from Brcckenrldge aud toastmaster for the occasion introduced visitors. Sandefer was introduced by V. C. Perlnl Jr. president of the West Central Texas Oil and Gas association. George A. Hill Jr. president of the Houston Oil company made the dedicatory address in Behrens chapel at 2:30. Response was by President Rupert N. Rich- ardson. Eugene Holman Hardin-Slm-m...

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

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

T"- t THE H-SU BRAND Saturday. October 23. IMS ... ..- EDITORIALS.... CI Paia Spmoial For thirteen dollnrs and a few cent students of H-SU can follow the Cowboy footballers to El Paso and 'the Texas Mines Border conference clash come next Saturday. Transportation has been arranged tentatively by the business management of the school. All that is needed now is some 275 football fans and students interested in up-ing the school spirit to get themselves a scat on the train. From the Miners camp comes reports that they arc out to make themselves known in football circles around the Border conference and no doubt they would like to beat the Cowboys. That feeling is mutual in that the locals will do battle with thoughts of bringing back the bacon. The student body can help the Cowpokcs with a good rooting section. All aboard for the El Paso Special. George Ilinc Jr. Mote StuUit Ponaml The cat is out of the bag ! Ilardin-Simmons can have entertaining chapel programs. This fact has been kep...

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

-1 Saturday. October 33. IMS THE H-iU BRAND att r fl i .w1t-8Umw SPORTS ROUNDUP By DUANE SANDLIN What a strange thing it is. Every season football becomes more fantastic. Football has been piddled with and so carefully scrutinized by the leading admin- istrators of the game until slip- ups over favored elevens have come to be a dime a dozen. No longer do football teams go through the season without an upset or at least getting the pants scared off 'em. Every autumn weekend brings unusual uncer- tainty yet the country grows more congested with durn fools (sports columnists) trying to guess the outcome of grid games. Although the ol' Roundupper falls in the said category this week- end may be labled as an excep- tion. So anyone possessing a few spare greenbacks to lay on the week-end frays should rely on the following selections and place their bets accordingly. McMurry vs. ACC This should be one of the best games in the history of Fair Park stadium and brother there have been some go...

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

W(. THE H-fU BHAMD ialurdav October 23 1141 A Capella Choir Leaves For Houston November 3 Members of the H-SU a capella choir will leave Wednesday No- vember 3 on a tour preceding their initial performance at the Baptist General convention to be held in Houston November 0 ac- cording to Euell Porter director. Several soloists arc to be in- cluded on the program of both sacred and secular music. They are Cecil Rutherford and Jimmy Loden baritones; Leon Walton and James Miller tenors; Norma Killingsworth and Lona Sue Pat- terson contraltos; and Lena Sue Chilton Eleanor Rogers and Frances Merle Cooper sopranos. 'The choir will make its first appearance at the Sagmore Bap- tist Church at Fort Worth. Subse- quent performances are sched- uled for Mexia high school; the First Baptist Church at Mexia; Corsicana high school; the First Baptist Church at Palestine; Bry an high school; First Baptist Church Huntsville; First Baptist Church Conroe; First Baptist Baptist Church Beaumont; Ve- lasco...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 30 October 1948

the Mmel wwiS5gSiiggJ5KrTJ Vol. XXXIII H-SU. ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY October 30 1948 No. 7 k '' 1 1 Senior Girls Nominated For '48 University Queen Voting for the Hardln-Slmmons Unixersity Qucon will be held in chapel Wednesday November 3 with a run-off election to be held the following Saturday On the official list arc 11 can- didates who have been nomi- nated by H-SU students and will compete in Wednesday's gener- al student body election. 'Nominated for the honor are the following senior girls: Flour Walton Betty Dozier Kaye Weatherford Virginia Evans Alice Osborne Wistie Reid Edna Edwards Jeannine Johnston Elaine Justiss Myra Sue Ice and .JLora Pearl Haynes. v Fleur is the daughter of Dean and Mrs. W. Truett Walton Abi- lene. Majoring in speech and psy- chology she is a member of Al- pha Psi Omega Pi Kappa Delta Player's club president of Cow- girls Beta Mu Kappa and the Oratorical and Debate council. Betty Dozier Dallas is a jour- nalism major. She is president of BSU secretary ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 30 October 1948

&" f c .c'' IA Pafat THE H-SU BRAND Saturday. October 30. 1948 miiiiimiiimiiimiiiiiiiniiiiiniiiiiiiiu For Any Special Occasion ' Remember Her with Flowers ; University Florist I ON THE CAMPUS CORNER ! Phone 5-1694 Wsu ' EDITORIALS.... Almost every day we are reminded of the acute short- age of teachers for our schools throughout the nation. According to reports received from teacher education institutions this problem will remain for many years unless the profession is made more desirable. One of the main reasons that college graduates are avoiding the teaching profession is because of the low salaries paid by the schools. Another reason for the dif- ficulty of teacher recruitment is the growing scholastic population which requires a larger teaching force than has ever before been needed. Have you ever thought of teaching? Many of us have considered it only as a profession to fall back on if we happened to fail in our chosen job. .We all agree that it has its many disadvantages ...

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

IP Saturday. October 30 1948 THE H-SU BRAND A Cowboys Meet iMHMMtMMIIMtMHMIMMMMMMWMIIIIMIMtWWMMMM By BERRY WtMIIIIIIMtMIIIIIMIMMWWMMHIMMM4MtM An Item of continued Interest around the old "Forty Acres" not to mention most all of Texas Arkansas and Oklahoma Is the decision to be reached by the Southwest Conference fathers in regard to the Hardin-Simmons application for SWC membership at their December meeting. Much speculation runs riot in the minds of Southwest sports- writers as to the outcome but lit- tle or no facts are at their com- mand. Regardless of their igno- Tance in the matter there are a few wMters such as a prominent Lubbock columnist who under- takes to mastermind the affair and show his poor misguided readers why it was absurd to even consider H-SU's application. To quote from his column Now all we need to hear is that San ' Angelo Junior College has de- cided that it would be a great ad- dition to the Southwest confer- ence. Why not? Apparently you just have to have t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 30 October 1948

Pat 4 THE H-SU BRAND Saturday October 30 1948 2 Artist Course Numbers Scheduled For November Two artist course concerts will be presented on the campus dur- ing the month of November. They are the Westminster choir to be heard November 12 and the Hour of Charm all girl orchestra to be presented November 16. Both groups will appear in Rose field house. The Westminster Choir is famed for its rich and exciting choral musifj Composed of forty young singers its repertoire ex- tends from the great master- pieces of Bach Beethoven and Brahms to the works-of contem- porary composers and includes American Folk Songs Spirituals and Indian Melodies. The Westminster Choir was first organized to serve as the volunteer choir of the Westmin- ster Presbyterian Church of Day- ton Ohio. Although it still bears the name of that church it is no longer a church choir but the touring concert unit of Westmin- ster Choir College in Princeton Top Rail Comment- (Continued from page 3) the Southwest loop 1946...

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

QG14 ekufr. HwXs- Vol. XXXIII H-SU. ABILENE TEXAS. SATURDAY NOVEMBER 6 1948 No. 8 S MiiMlmWBlllfliffllMBiMIBll " k v Est isS if t Jfe -CPSwlf&nHHK . 'cJRi BPStA -!EB:il KJflBMiiiyiiiiiiiiM " -.iiiiiiiKi MINER'S GUESTS Members of the Cowboy band and the Cowgirls participated in the Texas Collego of Mines' Homecoming Parade in El Paso last Saturday prior to the H-SU-Miners game. The two organizations were among the 300 or more Cowboy support- ers who attended the Border conference clash which ended in a 27-27 tie. Returning to Abilene Sunday the Cowboy band flew to Beeville Monday for a two-day stand at the Beeville Rodeo and Livestock show. Both the colorful groups pictured above will be on hand for the Hardin-Simmons-Oklahoma City University contest in Fair Park stadium this afternoon. Cowgirl W'Tex-New Mexico Tour Choir Will Open Convention Tues. The H-SU a cappclla choir di- rected by Eucll Porter is on a week's tour with concerts set for ten Texas cities and an ap- pearance a...

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

Pae 2 THE H-SU BRAND Saturday November 6 1948 f n EDITORIALS.... MoAm Hackcyiaund Reasons for studying history by some students urc for history's sake ;othors take the courses for the back- ground' nhd n bettor study of n group of people. It is through history tlint n person acquaints himself with the cultural habits and traits of a nation. Millions of dollars and much time is being spent in Europe to teach a war torn populace that war does not pay and that a government that is not for by and of the people will lead to disaster. JIany colleges and universities in the United States give degrees without the graduate ever having had a history course. This is another tradition that should be dropped. Sweatin' 9t Out Among all the gripes perpetually circulating about the II-SU campus the group of some three hundred fifty students who are sentenced to sweat (perspire if you please) in the chapel balcony for thirty minutes on five mornings a week probably has the most legitimate com- plain...

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

THE H-SU BRAND Pat 3 Ranchers To Entertain Oklahoma City Chiefs Today Saturday November 6 1948 Tilt Set For 2:30 At Fair Park SPORTS ROUNDUP i By DUANE SANDLIN Since t h c Hnrdin-Simmons freshman football team finished its five-game schedule In mid- October with nnry a loss nor tic many faithful followers of the junior Cowboys have been dumb- founded ns to what the Dude- boys will do for activity for the remainder of the autumn since the varsity slate runs well into December. A recent pow-wow with fresh- man coach Al Milch has revealed that the Dudes have by no means hung up their moleskins and that the rest of the season will not bo fruit and creampuffs for the youngsters. Coach Milch unrav- eled the question at band by pointing out that the frosh will be on the practice field daily till the season's close locking horns with the Cowboys in an effort to keep their big brothers sharp for oncoming contests. The Dudes' role will be to run opponents' of- fensive and defensive for forma-...

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

Pat 4 THE H-SU BRAND Saturday NoYtmbw 8 1MB Alpha Chi Holds Formal Induction of Members Formal induction of 27 new members Into the Julius Olsen chapter of Alpha Chi was held Friday night in the home of Dr. and Mrs. Otto O. Watts. The newly elected members of the honorary scholastic organization were informally initiated last THursday. Included in the new member- ship were 13 senior students and 14 juniors. Nine members were held over from the 1947-48 school year. Alice Osborne senior was elected president of the organi- zation last spring. Dr. Watts is faculty counselor for the group while Dr. Hoyt Ford and W. D. Bond are spon- sors. Other officers were to have been chosen Friday. Air Force Team To Visit Campus A two-man team to explain the Air Force plan of pilot and offi- cer training will be on the campus November 22-23 according to Lt. Col. David K. Lyster Jr. advance representative who visited the campus Tuesday. Unmarried men 20 to 26 and a half years of age who are physicall...

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

i "r-XSif yWSHHCMBM SBBBBBEBSv Cm'WBi -iSHBHBVtt iS- MlBTJHHw MWrBBVBVj -JIBSBBJbSBVBko'' t& Make t 7te Conceit 0 eiuvim" d Knssv Vol. XXXIII H-SU. ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY NOVEMBER 13 1948 No. 9 er!iiSMiiMSi r Alice Osborne Press Clinic Set For High Schools Art Students Exhibit Work Oil water color pen nnd ink charcoal photography pottery and tin can craft work done by students of the H-SU art depart- Jment was shown in an exhibit H' held on the T&P lawn this week. The exhibit was under the direc- tion of Mrs. Maurice Martin art instructor. A part of the fence post easels exhibit the H-SU booth was decorated by Dee Childcrs Henry Herman Olan Richards and Bob Woodruff. Students having work on ex- hibit were Nancy Green Walter Johnson Olan Richards Victor Scarpelli Edith Boehlert Henry Herman Dorothy Crabtree Betty Sanders Eugene Swinson Bob Woodruff and James Sanders. New Bronco Staff Members Named Three new members have been added to the Bronco staff accord- ing to Bert Mann ...

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

rai THE H-SU BRAND Saturday Norember 13 1948 r w (. I EDITORIALS.... gUuLnU lake. AoaU fenadUy JloUma Baa 111 Ifeta 2ai A new deal was recently ushered in when Tnylor Paul and the student council presented n chapel program. Paul president o the student council was given n go-ahead sign by the administration to arrange chapel programs. However though for a long time students have used the word "chapel" as a favorite topic for discussion cooperation among the organizations who were to furnish the chapel program has not all been good. One dormitory which was to give the chapel program for the student council and a goodly number of the stu- dent bod' did not show up for the program. Now that the students have a chance to take a more active part in the five week day meetings only a few are giving proper assistance. It is no secret that the present council under Paul has accomplished a great deal in getting administration ap- proval on several social functions. Students have been asking "...

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

Saturday November 13 1948 THE H-SU BRAND rt 3 it By BERHY APPLING EMHtllMIMIIMIIIIIIIHiNMIINmilOHIIIIIt H-S Games Offer Although the Cowboy football team manages to stave off de- feat In most of their contests they give their adherents high blood pressure with the wild fin- ishes staged. In their first four games the Cowboys gained 200 yards in eight plays as the old second hand on the scoreboard clock be- gan its final sweep. Three out of the four times they were driv- ing for the opponent's goal line when the end came. Those four games saw Hardin- Simmons scoring 70 points to their opponents 73 and not one of the contests has been decided before the final two minutes. Two games with Cincinnati and Mines have ended in a tie; Arizona stopped the Cowboys in the final 45 seconds and New Mexico was defeated with two minutes re- maining when Nolan Harvey in- tercepted a pass and ran 05 yards for a score. Last Minute Play Summary ' Here is the last minute play of Hardin-Simmons against e...

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