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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 8 January 1949

P4 THE H-SU BRAND Saturday January I IMS Pyhsics Department Offers Courses on Basis of Demand Curriculum of the physics de- partment for the spring semester will be selected on the basis of popular demand according to Monroe Cheney instructor. Ama- teur radio electronics or a course in atomic structure will be of- fered. The course in amateur radio is to be the same as that offered last year except for a new text Che- ney said. Albert's "Radio Funda- mentals" will be the book used. Its object is to present the broad field of radio so as to prepare the student for the federal amateur radio operator's examination which requires sending and re- ceiving code at 13 words per min- ute. Code practice is included in laboratory work. Known as Phys- ics 234 the course has as pre- requisites Mathematics 113 and 123. Physics 343 Electronics is the study of vacuum tubes used as lcctifiers amplifiers oscillators and modulators. In addition a study of the industrial uses of the tube for measuremen...

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 — 15 January 1949

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Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 15 January 1949

T Pat 2 THE H-SU BRAND Saturday. January 15 1049 v sv EDITORIALS.... Registrar Alton Lee lias pioneered another improve- ment in II-SU 's registration process. Looks like the latest plan for enrolling ahead of time "will save most students from at least one day of line standing and may give those who finish examinations early enough time for a fast trip home between terms. Lee has worked at simplifying registration since last summer adding the benefits of counselling and saved man-hours. Since hearing the registrar explain the new plan in chapel last week we'd like to suggest that he be invited to speak on a thirty-minute program in the future. He seems to be talented along those lines too. j. The icy weather during the past week has rcyoiilcd campus needs not noticed during the usually (Wyvnriety. Steam heated sidewalks self-drying stepsjind defrosted these bone-saving gadgets. AVtPrc for starting right away come the spring thaw. job JpH JUat 2)&i 1 r . -" .-------rr rsr Vsr -....

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 15 January 1949

w. Saturday January 15 1949 THE H-SU BRAND Hf C MttlMMIWHMtMMtMIHMIIMMmMmMtHMMMHMItmttMMMWmillHMWmmillWnHHMIWIMIMW By BERRY "Old Man Weather" has gained a flock of new titles since gain- ing a decision in all boxihg bouts scheduled for Tuesday night be- tween Hardin-Simmons and the Cameron Aggies. He easily drew the judges vote by conveniently blocking traffic between Altus Okla. and Abilene thereby forc- ing a cancellation of the matches. The Ranchers are deeply en- gaged in preparations for the rea gional Golden Gloves bouts slated to be unreeled on the 28th 29th and 30th of this month. Their first bouts were with the Aggies from Oklahoma a team that has won eight straight bouts without even coming close to losing. Only glove pushers on the Cowboy squad to win thd judges' nod were Tom Adams and Bill Burkhart. Adams the defending light-heavyweight champion of Texas was macthed with Earl Kcelc who holds the same title in Oklahoma. Burkhart decisioned Coy Hollingshead with a last- mi...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 15 January 1949

X ! THE H-8U BRAND Saturday. January 15. 1949 ' i & ' BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBaBllBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBWrt BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBjA bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbi BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBFV4 flBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBl BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBk BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBbI Staff members of Radio Station KHSU handling firit day business and continuity writing are left to right Bob Moore commercial manager; Virginia Randel. publicity; Merle Jean Vaught traf- fic; Winston Moore station manager; Dorothy Kincaid continuity; and Robert Wilson chief announcer. Your Personality May Be Improved By DOROTHY Are you interested in improving your personlity? If not it is prob- ably beyond repair anyway. Maybe you cannot tell if yours needs improvement or not. In that case just ask yourself hon- estly if you are really enjoying your work and feel that your life is worthwhile. If still undecided read the next...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 29 January 1949

'jtT1' Mm Win 7Ue Qlovei GowJuMfA Welcame Aecu Student XJ ie Vol. XXXIII H-SU. ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY. JANUARY 29 1949 No. 17 Mr COWGIRL MUSICIANS Shown above is a recent photo taken of the Cowgirl band members who will leave the campus Feb- ruary H for a four-day tour of North and Central West Texas cities. The band made a similar tour in West Texas and Now Mexico in November. Cities included on the Cowgirls' four-day tour are Hamlin Paducah Childress Quanah. Vernon. Electra. Wichita Falls. Weatherford. Mineral Wells. Breckenridge. Albany and Anson. In Mineral Wells the group will present a religious concert in the First Baptist Church Wednesday evening February 16. President R. N. Richardson will bring the message following the Cowgirls' appearance. State Student Secretary of BSU To Meet Focus Week Committees Six Departments Give New Courses Students Hold Spring Retreat At First Church "Be still and Know" was the theme of the annual Baptist Student Union spring retreat held at the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 29 January 1949

Page 2 H-SU BRAND Saturday. January 29 1149 Evaw W0rfdV9 In ihe fZil OfFi'c C9v M dhgevcas yQet ifte &L 2oe' 9l EDITORIALS.... 74pf2&icla4.lm9H Only "While talking with some high school seniors the other day I was pleased when they identified me ns n Hardin-Simmons student. But I was more Jthan surprised at their frank replies to my question as to their choice of H-SU for next year. One girl said "I was going there but I talked to some friends of mine who are freshmen in Simmons and they wore awfully disappointed in it so I'm for going someplace else instead." It was not until I had asked more questions that I discovered the real reason for the dissatisfaction of so mnny freshmen on our campus this year . . . they simply feel ignored. No this is not a joke; it is becoming a serious situation on our forty acres and one we must do something about. ( The sad truth is that many freshmen who threw off their roles as high school uppcrclassmen and became lowly slime again did so wi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 29 January 1949

Saturday. January 29. 1949 M-SU BRAND Paf 3' t SPORTS ' By DUANE With the exception of two fight- ers Bill Burkhart and Tom Adams Hardin - Simmons has stepped into the colorful Golden Gloves fandangle this year with a now aggregation of glove- fllngers. The Cowboy hopefuls have two nights left to protect their team brown shared last winter with a group of San An- gelo nifties. By considerable help from H-SU clouters last year's show turned out to be the most suc- cessful fight presentation in lo- cal history; a region that wound up as one of the best in the state. Already this year's festival shows no smaller promise. Inan effort to be in top con- dition for the tourney the Cow- poke swingers have been work- ing out twice daily this week. Burkhart and Adams are sel- dom surpassed in amateur circles. Bill "Punchy" Burkhart is the "firehouso" type boxer. His ex- cellent condition enables bat- tlin' Bill if necessary to wage war for three full rounds at a terrific gait. Burkhart's styl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 29 January 1949

' Pat 4 H-SU BRAND Saturday. January St. 1MI Labor Department Study Sees Increase In Demand For Teachers Doctors The next few years will see an increased demand for college graduates in the fields of medi- cine psychology kindergarten and elementary school teaching and certain phases of electricity. At the same time competition will grow keener for positions in the fields of engineering chem- istry pharmacy law and person- nel relations. These conclusions were contain- ed In a study prepared for the Veterans Administration by the Occupational Outlook Service Bureau of Labor Statistics U.S. Department of Labor. The study is being used by VA advisement and guidance officers as an aid in counseling disabled veterans planning to take educa- tional and training courses. The nation's demand for health service is outstripping the supply of newly graduated doctors and dentists the report said. It esti- mated that "about two-thirds of this year's 5543 medical gradu- ates (from schools accred...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 5 February 1949

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Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 5 February 1949

f&ttf W'tOF"''1 ' J-1 r' THE H-aU BRAND Saturday February 5 1949 Bland Sp&Ul Pacje 9 4. T "llOWtr a rB J Ci I o ... f rrr R I--' J fc EDITORIALS.... Now is the time when each person should develop his personality I It is one of the most valuable gifts pos- sessed. Don't be satisfied with the usual trend of living but try having a personality with a purpose. Many persons constantly dream of what they "could have been" if they only had another chance. And so disregarding their own possibilities they never make anything worthwhile out of themselves. Some of the greatest successes in history have come from men who facing some kind of handicap or limita- tion took it as part of the "game" and survived in spite of the odds. Once when Ole Bull the great violinist was giving a concert in Paris his A string snapped ho trans- posed the composition and finished it on the remaining ' three. This instance is very much like life ; if your A string breaks so to speak why not finish on the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 5 February 1949

Saturday' February 5 1849 THE H-SU BRAND a WHWHtimiWHHHHtl K IIHHIUIHliNHIIHMIIM By BERRY APPLING Although the Abilene Regional Golden Gloves battles arc over it is hoped by Hardin-Slmmons boxing fans that they were only the beginning for four Cowboy sluggers that will journey to Fort Worth February 7 to compete in the state meet. Seeking his third straight light heavyweight title will be Tom Adams; Cotton Fowler feather- weight will be making the state meet for his third time and Billy Burkhart welterweight will ap- pear for his second time though niether have won a state title as yet. The fourth boxer to compete under Cowboy colors will be Beau Champagne heavyweight who won the Abilene title in his first fight of the year. A cut over the eye of Adams suffered while fighting an exhi- bition match with Red Worley of' San Angelo Is causing much con cern among the coaching staff Three stitches were taken but it is reported to be healing well. Hope isn't altogether gone among basketbal...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 5 February 1949

'TO' tjmV'"B-Tf ! --jT! " Jf" T Pf 4 THE H-BU BRAND Saturday February S. 1949 "Wi Student Center Needs Discussed The problem of securing n Stu- dent Life building for H-SU was discussed at the Tuesday night meeting of the BSU executive council. "Why don't the students of Har-dln-Simmons University get to- gether and promote a campaign for a Student Life Building where they could meet for large scale socials and get-togethers?" sug- gested W. F. Howard Texas State Baptist Student secretary as he met with the executive council of the Baptist Student Union one evening last week. "I know of smaller schools than Hardln-Sim-mons who have done this very thing with a great deal of suc- cess" ho added. Members of the council met with Mr. Howard for almost an hour for the purpose of discussing some of the campus problems in their work for next year. After the meeting Mr. Howard returned to his work in Dallas. It has been an apparent fact that such a building is needed on the campus and has be...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 12 February 1949

"-a 4m jlSfl! m&)s oif HWfiV 1 K r 7 HPBBssmflLsV v " Jr0m mf M? XM. WVfiflSPJwsssf FsmSmssssssssssssssssssss isssssssssssjsssssssssssssSBir ii.yBRjMifcbBljBPBBBBiBC3Ci"" 32jMflHPnaMSSSSSjBSSSSSHBSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS -crCT&rct3sslllllllllllBslllllllllllllBsllllllllllB Attend the Beauty and Beait PieleutatioH Alison Wildcat. t asreagyntwi m i... A' Vol. XXXIII H-SU ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY FEBRUARY 12. 1949 No. 19 h- Beauty Style Advisor To Give Fashion Show Tuesday Olive Berry college fashion advisor is to present a fashion show in Behrens chapol Tues- day evening. Hardin-Simmons coeds are lo model clothing dis- played by Miss Berry. The show starts at 7:30 p. m. Incarnate Word College to Host Alpha Chi Meet . Incarnate Word College San ""yAntonio is to host the regional .Jilmeeting of Alpha Chi national f honor society March 25-26 Dr Otto O. Watts faculty sponsor for the Hardin-Simmons chapter an- nounced at the Friday meeting of the organization. Several members of fthe ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 12 February 1949

rT Page 2 THE H-4U BAAMD Saturday. February 12 1949 TfosSyJa't HappeRtoaJfe EDITORIALS.... 9 Mult Qa 20WH... How many students and faculty members have voiced their opinions on the problem of ample parking space in muddy weather or otherwise? How many times have students been requested to use regular parking areas and keep out of no-parking zones? The administration provided the space between Abi- lene hall and Cowden-Paxton but what good is it when it can't be used all the time? Something should be done about getting the area improved in such a way that ve- hicles may be parked in any and all kinds of weather. During the pas't two or three weeks several automo- biles have been stuck up and stalled in the quagmire that serves for parking during fair dry weather. Others have been afraid to enter the area for obvious reasons. Shouldn't this space be paved or at least gravelled so that automobile owners might park there as well as in front of Ferguson hall and other buildings on the ca...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 12 February 1949

Saturday. February 12 1949 THE H-SU BRAND Pat 3 f- Four Cowboy Boxers Are Entered in State Gloves t Tourney at Fort Worth SPORTS By DUANE If it's excitement you wimt in a basketball game your search Is ended at Hardin-Simmons' blos- soming little campus. Although Cowboy cage crews have been beaten in Rose field house since hardwood frolics commenced in the spacious building somewhat over a year ago very few if any of the basketball contests have been without plenty of thrills. It would bo difficult indeed to be nn "inactive" sideliner and not release a plentiful supply of emotions closely lesembling a case of hysteria. Since Coach Jack Martin's entertaining floor five has come up this winter with abundant heart - teasing tactics many a supposedly "introvert" has lain aside his heretofore back- ward traits and shouted with lofty voice at the sights before him. They give us a game all tied up right up to the waning seconds and the opposition gets a free- shot chance brought about by o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 12 February 1949

iiS)!ltomTaM3Uft I KSinBsrmajDAaMHi. VS Page 4 THE H4U BRAND Saturday. February 12 1949 "!i .W 49 Named On Honor Roll; Sophomores Lead With 16 Wagstaff's Textbook Reported Successful Early reports from most of the leading colleges nnd universities of Texas indicates that the new book "Cases and Materials of Texas Real Estate" by R. M. Wag- staff will be successful and be- come more successful in the fu- ture according to Virgil M. Brad- ley of the H-SU Bookstore. Recently copies of the book were mailed to the Deans of the school of Business Administration of all the leading colleges and uni- versities in tho state. Already copies arc being ordered for li- brary reference and much praise has been given to the book by those who have reviewed it ac- cording to Mr. Bradley. The book is the only one of its kind and many of the schools such as Texas Tech Texas Chris- tian Texas University Baylor any many others have expressed the intention of using the book for a text next year in the cla...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 19 February 1949

Make the Road Mp 7 Suocmilf i -? Vol. XXXIII H-SU. ABILENE. TEXAS. SATURDAY FEBRUARY 19 1949 No. 20 " - -..'- I I SjMI' I Dm k :r" City-Wide Revival To Start Monday Edison Habegger inlernntionnl evangelist from Vnn Nuys Cali- fornin is lo begin n city-wide re- vival campaign in Abilene Mon- day it has been announced. The meeting sponsored by the Evan- gelical Methodist Church will be held in the church auditorium at Third and Palm streets. "This meeting is being offcicd to Abilene because of the great need for a general awakening" Leonard DeLautre Evangelical pastor said. "The Rev. Habcgger is not connected with our denom- ination in any way and will not preach a denominational mes- sage." Subject for all services is to be Christ for the Crisis." Student Quartet Heard at Baird Piogiam' for the Band High School Band Banquet was fur- nished by four H-SU music stu- dents. They wete Wcndel Willis. Dub Crain Robert Alvis and Tommie Williams. Willis played a baritone solo "The Grand Russi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 19 February 1949

' ' V m . j' THE H4U BRAND Saturday Fabruary IB 1949 PIIIIII IIIIIII 1 1 1 1 II 1 11 1 1 1 J 1 1 1 i 1 1 1 1 1 II 1 1 II 1 1 1 1 i 4 i Rounding Up The Strays iimmiiiiiimiiiimiiiiinnmiJ 1 ' Inn I 1 W5--.22 1 U EDITORIALS.... AmUUmfi Cxit. . . The presence of firemen in the bookstore after chapel one morning last week brought to light a new factor in the question of providing a rear exit in the building for students. Should a fire begin anywhere in the building thore would naturally be a rush for an exit. There is a door in the west end of the bookstore but fire could block access to it. Since the space insido is extremely closo fumes and smoke could suffoeute those in the rear of the after-chapel mob which would be pressing toward the front of the building. An outbreak of flames inside the tinder-like structure could be disastrous if it occurred at the one time of day when tho entire corridor from the front door to the back counter is jammed with people. There has been some agitation...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 19 February 1949

U Saturday February 19 1949 THE H-CU BRAND TWO BC TEAMS LEFT IN RACE The Border Conference cage race hns now settled down to what appears to bo a two team race these two teams being the University of Arizona and Texas Tech both of which were pre- season favorites. If Texas Tech hopes to dislodge the Wildcats from the top slot they will have to have outside help duo -to Arizona's advantage in schedule and their decided ad- vantage of being in the lead. Hardin-Slmmons sank New Mexi- co still further in the cellar in this week's play by a score of 58 to 50. The H-SU victory gave them a season's record of .500 in confer- ence play. Although the field has been narrowed down to Tech and the University of Arizona there are four other teams that still have to be counted as contenders for the BC cage crown this week. These teams are Texas Mines Hardin-Slmmons West Texas State and the University of New Mexico. Arizona. State College at Tempo and Flagstaff also the New Mexi- co Aggies are comp...

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