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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 13 November 1948

Pat 4 THE H-SU BRAND Saturday November 13 1948 Singers Return From Convention Members of the a coppclla choir returned to the c:rnpus Wednes- day after a week's tour which took them to ten Texas cities and a spot on the opening day of the Texas Baptist General Conven- tion at Houston November 9. The choir directed by Eucll Porter chairman of the voice de- partment presented programs in Fort Worth Corsicana Mexla Palestine Bryan Huntsville Con- roe Freeport Vclasco and Beau- Watches Provide Extra Education By DOROTHY KINCA1D For the benefit of those who still want a little more than mere book education extra services have been provided by the Bap- tist Student Union for a time of spiritual- guidance known as Morning and Noon watch. Meeting twice daily in Ross- Adams hall at 7:30 a. m. and 1:00 p. m.( the program is centered around campus student personali- ties. Next week for instance the Cowboy band members will speak. These services are intended to help students get acquainted with...

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 — 20 November 1948

1 . Py0gHfcVgE ir tSP-fy BSSSSSSSSSSufSEessssFssnVsnBV Jfe Br iflBsVjSJBSSiBSSS CsISSSSt TsSSSSSSSSb JshBsY'jCl tA&sslKsBillflHffiBVBlllflBfllSBBBi Vol. XXXIII H-SU ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 20 1948 No. 10 1500 Graduates Expected For Homecoming Program All-University Banquet Queen Coronation Set A coronation ceremony for the University queen Alice Osborne will bo held December 6 in Bchrens chapel. The all-University banquet after the coronation is to be held at the Wootcn hotel. Tickets for tho banquet will cost $1.75 each. Transportation will be furnithed for those who request it when the tickets arc bought. Plans for tho coronation and banquet are not yet complete ac- cording to Rocky Lee social chairman. Dee Childers is chairman of the decoration committee and Vir- ginia Randell is chairman of the program committee. o Cowboy Band Movies Taken The H-SU Cowboy Band may soon bo shown in tho movies. Motion pictures of the band were made Friday afternoon by Na- tional Sport...

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 — 20 November 1948

THE H-SU BRAND Saturday. Normbr 20 1848 IJ" I. EDITORIALS.... Pt2 y. ft .. ir I A. it m lr j- t I. w -r :X. y1 ' t . W 1 ' Out "No snddcr words of tongno and pen arc there than these ... it might have been." So stated tho poet. But it is the bitter truth that a larger percentage of students than over may be repeating these words come report card day. The reason for so many failures particularly among freshmen is clear to some of tho faculty if not to the students. They explain that this is the 'weeding out' process used in separating those of lower mentality from students possessing a higher intelligence quotient. The small-town freshman of average ability away from homo for tho first time and trying to adjust him- self to tho new atmosphere of college life often finds himself beaten before he starts when faced with such a statistic-minded instructor. "Why have we become so percentage-conscious in our advancement of education that human beings arc checked by how they conform to each...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 20 November 1948

. f u.' Ji r & . i'k i ' V j-( Saturday November 20 1948 THE H-SU BRAND rafts- 4 SPORTS By DUANE Some 40 miles west of Hardin- Slmmons' treasured ol forty acres lies comparatively small metrop- olis only slightly less than a typi- cal western town captioned Sweetwater Texas; a town put on the sports map in the early 1930's by slingin' Sammy Baugh immortal quarterback for the Washington Redskins. Not long after the lauded Baugh had left the proud West Texas settlement to gain fame at Texas Christian as all-Amcrlcan a wiry kid of 156 pounds being a 15-year-old junior in high school decided to take a shot at playing ball with the Sweetwater grid team. With a determined will to play football the tow-thatched young- ster made the- 12th man on the squad shoved into the lineup wherever he was needed. He played four different positions end tackle; guard and halfback. That junior year was the ex- tent of his high school football career for at the ripe old age of 15 it was discovered that...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 20 November 1948

THE H-BU BRAND Saturday November 20 1948 Paff 4 .y Over 4500 Persons Hear All-Girl Orchestra Tuesday More than 4500 people filled Rose field house at H-SU Tues- day night to hear the "Hour of Charm" All-Girl O'rchcstra and Choir under the direction of Phil Spitalny. The program presented consisted of religious patriotic semi-classical swing and boogie- woogie numbers. The more outstanding parts of the concert were Evelyn and her magic violin who played De- bussey's "Claire de Lunc" for her first time before an audience; Viola Smith whose lively play- ing of the drums during a swing arrangement brought applause from the floor during the number Jcannie Pate with a contralto voice who sang the "Lord's Pray- er" and the girls' trio which gave a novelty arrangement of the "Flight of the Bumble Bee" and "The William Tell Overture." The audience settled down to attentive listening after a few minutes. The orchestra's style and the unusual arrangements of Maestro Spitalny reflected their na...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 4 December 1948

And All- Itniv.&Uittf BoHfytet F WLOHation '.!-: 5S?5KPfifc..'BJS.V! ...rerjSZVMftttfcM.tt u-.;v'- Vol. XXXIII H-SU ABILENE. TEXAS SATURDAY DECEMBER 4 1948 No. 11 j BMIBgi -alE iT flBBTr i-BtvyiJI " UjKi M'a ' rKsf HBKF BBV' twu SsHMr iKmMKM tmEfKcf .EiUlditKr ar'"' ?iK& E .r IIH HHBW .--c-Krv.. . -"vw-wWk?- Twenty H-SU Students To Be Listed In Who's Who Cowboy Band Prepares For December Concert Testing Service Finds Education Is More Popular The popularity of education in the past three years shows a defi- nite trend toward a higher edu cation for young people of today according to Dr. Hoyt Ford head of the testing being conducted for freshmen students entering the University. Recently completed tests given to freshmen comparing the young people of today with their parents show that only one-fourth of the students have parents who at tended college or some higher in stitution of learning. The tests given also show that every freshman entering Hardin- Simmons had graduated f...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 4 December 1948

ffffj- Pftff 2 THE H-SU BRAND EDITORIALS Pin-& Ctonettiiue juit 2samiHf LEA? YEAR. i l" Now tlint Sandefcr Memorial Library is something more than a hole in the ground students can begin to speculate about what will be done with the old library buildings. To be sure the little red building which has served in the capacity of dormitory as well as library ought to be torn down for the sake of safety but II-SU cannot afford to lose an inch of indoor space. Conse- quently we'd-better be planning how to utilize the old library. First of all the reading room would make a nice lounge or student union building. The bookstore at pres- ent is a poor excuse for a student center and needs to have some of its congestion relieved. The reading room all decked out in colorful draperies and lounging furni- ture could easily become a haven for students pursuing social life and the bookstore could go back to being what it was intended to be a bookstore. Furthermore the snack counter operating in t...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 4 December 1948

THE H-SU BRAND Pafft 3 By BERRY MtMS IMHtltlH MCI The 11000 people in ihe stands of Fair Park Stadium didn't quite measure up to ihe 14000 expected. Who wasn't thore maybe you your room- mate or friend all loyal Har-din-Simmons students though they just couldn't make it back to Abilene for a football game that moans more to the team and student body than the oth- er seven combined. You who saw the game have little to regret though the bitter- ness of defeat was anything but sweet you who missed the game have many reasons for regret To mention only a few of the things missed; as before mentioned a game that many in West Texas look forward to from one year until the next a Purple and Gold team that was pointing for the game and probably reached its peak of the season during the lirst half in both offensive and defensive play a team that built up a 20-7 lead early in the third quarter only to see it melt away through a series of breaks that sometimes goes with hard-fought k battles suc...

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

.- I. Ff4 THE H-SU BRAND Woods To Teach For Fourth Time Mr. and Mrs. Clee Woods one of the country's most unusual writing teams will be back in January to teach their fourth class in creative writing at Har-din-Simmons. Classes will be organized about the middle of the month in ad- vance of spring registration Dr. Rupert N. Richardson university president said. In addition the H-SU extension department will offer a class taught by the Woods to residents of the San Angclo area. The course covers 10 weeks with classes two nights weekly. One class in elementary writing rand one in advanced writing will be offered on demand. The Woods will be coming to Abilene from the University of New Mexico where they teach classes in professional writing each fall semester. Clee Woods is a veteran west- ern writer but he occassionally publishes an historical novel or a book-length biography. He has published some nine million words in book form and national maga- zines more than three ordinary write...

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

Keep Qouufr GawJtoyl S4fMjAl&Q4BKW Hll&l O' .4KKKKIKKVPrKK!fln'Vr idfllHilKlW MBBBBBBBn Wt OB tWfTPBBBBBBBBBrW BBBBBmmBBBBBbT JBflfllBBBTBBBBBBPk p 'Y 'hft .iVW Vol. XXXIII H-SU ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY DECEMBER 11 1948 No. 12 A Council Pres Treasurer To Submit Resignations Religious Drama Group To Give Christmas Play "They That Sit In Darkness" a Christmas play will be presented for the student body Tuesday at 7:30 p. m. in Behren's chapel by the Religious Drama Group of Players. The Christmas play will be the program for the Life Serv- ice Band. Shirley Beattic as Mirium the Outcast Glen Bcauchamp as Jo- seph Libby Sumrall as Mary and Lester Vinson as Joah the inn- keeper have the leading roles. W. O. Beazley is director and Francis Harvin is the stage mana- ger. The Religious Drama Group presented the play Thursday at the Elmwood Baptist Church for the Sweetwater Workers con- ference. LSB Members Conduct Services in 9 Churches The Life Service Band will be in charge of serv...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 11 December 1948

- ' v ' . ' i- ; - f Ffll THE H-SU BRAND Saturday Dscambar 11 1141 ? h b V w. Zvpt tv.- F& l r EDITORIALS... h A Roommate? M SofcaicUe ReptUded 2)C4fi Qtudic 9t Safety A Back Stat! WMU Not ute Tho Cowgirl Band is not "world-famous." The "all- feminine -musical group was not designed to become the well-known organization the Cowboy Band has become during the past several years. The Cowboy band has travelled far and wide. It has toured two continents; played before royalty and it no doubt deserves its acclaim as one of the greatest drawing cards Hardin-Simmons University has. Biu take a look at those girl musicians. They don't have to tako a back seal to any organization on the campus when it comes to putting on a show. They played recently in chapel and the majority of students were convinced that the Cowgirl Band is definitely a perma- nent and lasting organization on our campus. We will hear from them again before the Christmas holidays begin. The Cowgirl band hasn't mastered t...

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

i W'''SU' ''V"1 Saturday Daetmbtr 11. 1948 THE H-SU BRAND Hf 3 m MmruiMur Final Three Games Tonite 4 In Schoolboy Cage Meet SPORTS ROUNDUP By DUANE HENNINGER HOLDS BALL INTACT WHILE PAUL T. BOOTS 'EM OVER (Ed. Note Besides being con- structed to recognize the per- sons mentioned in the column today this piece is dedicated to Gene Schooley extremely de- voted tub-thumper of the H-SU publicity dept. who is largely responsible for the past due suggestion.) Mucii has been said (perhaps not enough) regarding Paul T. Bailey and his consistent "golden toe" that raises the pigskin through the uprights for point-after-touchdowns time after time without default but not so much as a grunt of praise has been given to the grand little guy who holds while Paul boots 'em. The other fifty percent of Paul's "toeing" success is Dean Henninger 162 pound soph from Austin. Henninger is a modest sort that seems to be nesting away somewhere when the glory is flung but his reserved manner fits him nicely a...

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

Pat 4 THE H-SU BRAND Saturday December 11 IMS . 143 Students Make Good; Are Named On Honor Roll Missions to Be Theme of Watch Missions will be the theme of Noon Watch next week accord- ing to Ida Armstrong devotional vice-president. The YWA is to have charge of the programs for the first two days. Its programs will be built around the Lottie Moon Christmas offering. The remainder of the week is to be devoted to home and foreign missions. Testimonies are to be given by students. In Mornings Watch the My Covenant series book "Christian Witnessing" will be taught by Bobbie Duncan instructor in gov- ernment. A special Morning Watch Christmas program to be held in Behrens chapel is being planned. o Moore Is President Of Stamp Collectors Bert Moore junior from Abi- lene was elected president of the H-SU Philatelic Society Friday December 3 at 7:30 in room 101 Abilene hall. Other officers elected were Vic- tor Scarpelli senior from Cleve- land Ohio vice-president; Patsy Shoemaker junior of...

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

. -. hi i MB .Mt m tJ& v MM . 49MMMmrMM&MMBt fl aJtM jDlBjfBMJBMMMMMMMMMJ MBk9trJ'MMMMt3 th MKRMMMMM StmVAw mi UKBRBwJMfMBBM r Mm AMJr wQQ T I tJ ilprrg (SljrtatmaH Vol. XXXIII H-SU. ABILENE. TEXAS SATURDAY. DECEMBER 18 1948 No. 13 '- i . 'V Dorothy Hallmark Elected Sweetheart Of Teachers Dorothy Hallmark junior from Loralnc was named Sweetheart of the Future Teachers organiza- tion Monday night at a buffet dinner given in her honor. Miss Hallmark was presented by Jack Meares Jr. president of FTA with an arm corsage of white pom-poms which had a blue streamer with FTA Sweetheart lettered in gold. Miss Hallmark was attended by LaMoyne Line Julia Edwards and Gloria Ful- ghatn. The Sweetheart is an educa- tion major and active YWA member. She is also active in FTA and Life Service band. Dorothy was elected by popu- lar vote of the organization. She will represent Hardin-Simmons University in the State Conven tion which will be held on the campus March 19. She will com- pete wit...

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

frw- o ; ft tvwv 'w v t V if Pa I THE H-SU BRAND Saturday. December 18 1948 & x. Wr W rX. V EDITORIALS.... A Passim 4to Psace Three Killed As Yuletide Holidays Begin . .'" What nn erro- from heaven that "Peace on earth and good will . neous statement the angel voiced first Christmas night 1 . Dis they not know as we have learned that no- where on earth has mankind been able to find-thnt peace they so hopefully sang of centuries ago? Why even during the Inst two decades we have spilled our blood over the cnrth twice in an effort to end all war; yet even now nations nnd peoples nrc nt each other's throats again. Surely that chorus of 'glnd tidings and good will among men' must be n fnrcc for the infant Saviour has come nnd gone and the world will probnbly destroy itself without ever reaching such a perfection. Yet once again at this season men will rest from their quarreling long enough to pny tribute to thnt Gift from God whom they have little time to worship. It is a shame that ...

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

y Id Saluiday. December 18 1948 THE H-SU BRAND Pa m By BERRY It's one down and two to go for the Hardin-Simmons Univer- sity Cowboys. Their first of three bowl games was unreeled last Saturday afternoon as they fought a favored College of Pacific eleven to a 35-35 draw in what was close to the highest tic score in collegiate records. After throwing away a 21-0 halftime lead the unpredictable Ranchers had to pull one of their story-book finishes to manage a tie with the aroused Tigers. Bob McChesney took his third touch- down pass of the afternoon from quarterback Johnny Ford after Hook Davis had made a beautiful runback of a COP klckoff. The score came with less than two minutes remaining in the game but there was still time for plenty of thrills as Pacific had a pass ruled complete on the H-SU thir- ty because of interference with only seconds to go. Their last effort of the day found them one foot shy of the double stripe as Bob McChesney and Hugh Hig- gins collaborated on the gam...

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

Fat 4 THE H-SU BRAND Saturday December 18 1148 U Hunter Hall Girls Hold Christmas Party Friday Hunter Hall girls climaxed -a week of Christmas activities with their annual Christmas party held Friday night. On the preceding Tuesday and Thursday nights the girls went caroling and delivered baskets of food to needy Abilene families. The party was arranged by La- Verne Saylor social chairman and Earlene Singleton. The girls gathered to hear a Christmas reading and to sing carols before Santa Claus appeared to distri- bute gifts. The dormitory's decorations carry out a "White Christmas" theme. A white Chrlsmtas ftec strung with colored lights stands just inside the snowbanked doors. The mirror above the parlor man- tle depicts the Bethlehem scene. Nearby stands a life-size snow man. Jackie Fletcher was in charge of the decorations. The distribution of Christmas baskets was directed by Helen Burroughs sophomore represen- tative. Shu stated that the carol- ers delivered eight large basket...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 8 January 1949

X ao4 GamfiuA. Station KJI&14 HH Vol. XXXIII H-SU ABILENE. TEXAS SATURDAY JANUARY 8 1949 No. 14 - u KHSU Campus Appreciation Banquet To Be Held Thursday All coaches and members of the Hardln-Simmons athletic organi- zations will bo the guests of the Ministerial council at an informal appreciation banquet to be held in the basement of the University Baptist Church at 7 p. m. Thurs- day January 13. Dr. P. D. O'Brien well-known after - dlnne specchmaker and pastor of the First Baptist Church of Big Spring will be the main ' speaker and Rev Sterling Price pastor of the University unurcn will be master of ceremonies. Committee chairmen for the preparation of the banquet flove been appointed and include Bill Williams in charge of tickets; Bill Austin in charge of publicity; Bill Irwin in charge of decora- tions; Ralph Perkins program head; and Floyd Strickland in charge of invitations. Mrs. S. O. Rister dietician at the University Church will be in charge of the meal. The Ministerial ...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 8 January 1949

9 1 THE H-SU BRAND Saturday' January t. 1849 i Ai & t m. P? tr .' . K EDITORIALS.... JHoJUHf Oh Conspicuous about the campus since the end of Christmas holiday has been the slogan motto pnss word by-word of somebody or other posted on or in practi- cally every building on tho campus. If "50 in '49" means nothing to you don't feel left out. Someone suggested that it says H-SU '11 beat Texas Tech by 50 points come next fall. Another person hinted that it might bo an invitation to go to church at least 50 times this year or maybe 50 are wanted for the trip to Ridgccrcst. Both had good ideas. A third person re- marked that "it's the execution that counts." Weddings and engagements seem to be the latest fad for Hardin-Simmons students. A lot of students arc getting involved with one or the other of the institutions anyway. Nothing much to say except congratulations. ' m Noticeable also are the improvements made around during the holidays. The sanding painting and lino- leum on tho fl...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 8 January 1949

fr 1 ? n Saturday January 8 1849 JT: THE H-SU BRAND i 1 SPORTS By DUANE One evening during the past Christmas holidays this corner "SLwltnessed the best basketball "' game ever ocularizcd by this par- ticular pair of peepers. Hardin - Simmons' own Cow- hand cagcrs after leading the floor show through the entire contest (with exception of the in- augural seconds) were .barely nipped 4645 by Texas Christian. If the Ranchers display their court savvy in similar fashion through the rest of the campaign their efforts will have molded them into a right creditable quint. Although an occasional splotch of wildness wai evident the game wai not the utual rough and tumble affair the Cowboya are accustomed to playing. Instead it was very fast and coordination between the Ranchers was colossal. Woodsonmen Win Final Bowl Game Marshall TCU r Defeat Cowboys The Marshall college Thunder- ing herd and the TCU Horned Frogs downed the Cowboy ca- gcrs by scores of 62-59 and 46-45 respectively in close g...

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