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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 19 February 1949

4 THE H-SU BRAND Saturday. February 19 1941 Twelve Extension Courses Started Speakers Chosen For Focus Week In only fifteen days the annual Religious - Focus Week services which are sponsored by the Bap- tist Student Union will take place on the H-SU campus. This year well-known speakers will be guests of the school as they con- duct seminars morning and eve- ning services and dormitory dis- cussions. Among the subjects for discus- sion will be Prayer Missions Is It Right or Wrong Church Music Love Courtship and Marriage Youth Reaching Youth Race Re- lations and Labor and Manage- ment The speakers will be Rev. Ira Peak pastor of the Queensbor- ough Baptist Church Shrcveport; Ralph Phelps professor at the Southwestern Theological Semi- nary Fort Worth; Rev. Herbert Howard pastor of the Park Cities Baptist Church Dallas; Dr. Boyd Hunt pastor of the First Baptist Church Houston; Dr. Jesse North- cutt pastor of the First Baptist Church Abilene; Dorothy Knight student secretary at the Fi...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 26 February 1949

World's Vol. XXXIII Gay 90's Revived At Hunter Dinner The spirit of the Gay Nineties was revived at the first annual Blue and Silver Dinner which was held Friday evening at the Windsor Hotel. Approximately 230 guests attended the Hunter hall affair whose theme was "Back to the Gay Nineties." LaVcrno Saylor vice-president of the dormitory council acted as toastmistrcss. After Virginia Ran- del council president welcomed the guests and Evercd Caglc gave the invocation Pat Patterson's orchestra furnished the musical background for the program 'j' The first feature depicted an 'old-fashioned barber shop with the H-SU men's quartet furnish- ing barber-shop harmony. Mem- bers of the quartet are Jimmy Loden Charles Downey Bob Smith and Maurice Alfred. Charlcso Powell dressed in Gay Nineties costume gave a melo- dramatic reading entitled ''The Curfew Must Not Ring Tonight." After an old-fashioned sing- song in which all the guests par- ticipated Clarene and Bob Tif- fany presented a romanti...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 26 February 1949

!jf ?" V "V iw?!'j '; '"(.v - y t'i V THE H-SU BRAND Saturday February 21. 1M9 iv EDITORIALS.... Sant Communique v Merry Mnry isn't so merrie today 1 It seems that sho missed out on that Saturday date the other night. Now Mary like the rest of us is a social animal and when social interaction is denied her a happy outlook on life certainly will not exist. Mar' can argue that she has a legitimate complaint because after all she's well up on her campusology studies. She contends that the reason she was forced to stay in the hall and study Latin of all things Saturday night was that the phone in her dorm stayed busy from 4:00 p. m. to 8:30 p. m. Sho states that it would have been impossible for that certain guy to get in touch with her. Her girl friends sympathize with her too be- cause her ballerinas fit a number of tootsies. Now Mary is a reasonably attractive girl. She uses Palmolive soap and consequently has that skin you love to touch. You may rest assured that she is well stocked...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 26 February 1949

' 1 t ' Saturday February 26 1941 THE H-SU BRAND " t Ranchers Beat Mines Aggies; Lose to Lobos The Cowboys won two of their three contests on the season's fi- pj nal road trip this week beating Texas Mines and New Mexico A&M In the first two games and losing to New Mexico University Wednesday. The red hot Ranchers outscorcd the Miners and the Aggies 53-51 and 56-50 respectively Monday and Tuesday but lost to the Lobos 74-58. The Monday night defeat was the first loss on the home court for the Miners this season. In the game played Monday night in 1 Paso the Miners grabbed a twelve point margin early in the game and maintain- ed that lead throughout the first half. The cause seemed lost for the Purple and Gold quint as the Miners went still further ahead by three more points. Then Mouse Wartcs started what was to turn into a rally with a shot that split the nets from near mid-court. The 'Pokes then caught fire and in ten minutes had gained a 47 to 47 tie. The last six minutes of ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 26 February 1949

rat 4 THE H-SU BRAND Saturday February 28 1141 Church Observes 44th Anniversary The forty-fourth anniversary of the University Baptist Church will be observed in special serv- ices Sunday March 20 it was announced by the Rev. Sterling Price pastor this week. First organized ns the North Park Mission the church then changed its name to the College Heights church when it was moved to its present location on the corner of Beech and Ambler streets in 1905. Finally when the present building was erected the College Heights. Church became the Universily Baptist Church around 1917. Success of Opera Due To Comical Situations Donizetti's opera "Elixir of Love" soon to be produced by the H-SU School of Music owes its success to the comic situations brought on by an allusion to a love potion used by two of the characters Tristan and Isolde ac- cording to Frederick Tooley pro- fessor of voice How a naive inquiry into such a potion by a gullible country lad brings about a change of heart in his l...

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

tUlipioui. 40O4l WttJl.... 't Vol. XXXIII H-SU ABILENE TEXAS. SATURDAY. MARCH S 1949 No. 22 Oh W " "SKI !! II llM III l( Wjl llll II MlliWLgffi-a-.yw STATE FTA LEADERS The program executive council of lhe Texas Future Teachers met with Ih state officers on the campus February 12 to complete arrangements for the convention to be held here March 18-19. Jack Meares president of the H-SU chapter was in charge of the meeting. Pictured left to right are Dr. Lewis B. Cooper sponsor of the Texas Tech chapter; Alton B. Lee sponsor of the local chapter; Bob Whittemore president of the ACC organization; Meares; Bill Tren- field state FTA president; John Forshey slate vice chairman; Garland Bridges president of the Tech group; Gloria Gulgham H-SU chapter secretary ; Viola Allred state secretary: Ollie Peck president of lhe McMurry chapter; and Ethel Hatchett sponsor for the H-SU FTA club. H-SU and Other Blind Musicians In ACC Concert Two Hardin-Simmons students Alfred Johnson and Donald Da- vis...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 5 March 1949

kvr THE H-SU BRAND Saturday March 8 1141 itv . . EDITORIALS.... Ever licnr of the man who walked the streets for hours before he could find nnyonc who would nccept a ten-dollar bill that ho was trying to get rid of? It just goes to prove what suspicion will do to cheat a person out of something really worth his while. For example take a look at the Religious-Focus week services coming up Monday. Let's hope you do more than just take a look at them ; that is if you expect to get anything worthwhile from them. There will be outstanding speakers representing va- ried occupations present on our campus during this time who will speak in chapel in classes seminars and pri- vately to any students who wish about any problems whatever. The reason for this week goes back over a period of years to a time when individuals rather than teams were invited to participate in strictly religious services. Grad- ually the various campus leaders began to realize a need for having interesting personaliti...

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

w.l Saturday March 5. 1949 THE H-8U BRAND f a MO t CM MeeeMfe H M i . . M-8U md . Martin Coaches Cowboys To Best Border Record TOP RAIL COMMENT y. ir ' su By BERRY EfcWMIIIH M MWMM eo i IIMHWI Back again after an absence of three weeks this column is again available to its great horde of rcaders--the many that have not even missed its presence. Back again but the columnist is in the position of knowing less than his (hoped for) readers and therefore finds it hard to pass on informa- tion that would be of interest. We all know that basketball season is over and that a success- ful season (for Hardin-Simmons that is) has been completed. Se- riously we are proud of our team and their coach Jack Martin. Jack as most of us call him took over a job that many coaches with year's of experience would have thought hopeless. A team that did well to finish in a tie for the con- ference cellar position instead of occupying it alone has been transformed into third place club and one that finished...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 5 March 1949

Pf 4 THE H-SU BRAND Saturday. March S 1949 Intramural Boxing Set of March 1 5 Intramural boxing matches for Hardin - Simmons students who have never participated In colle- giate or Golden Gloves bouts are scheduled March 15 according to boxing instructor Tom Proctor. The matches will be a curtain- raiser before the H-SU-Camcron Aggies bouts of the same evening. All students wishing to take part in this Intramural Boxing Contest arc required to fill out a slip and deposit it in a box placed Just outside of Polk's office in the Field House. Weights of those that sign up will be between freshmen sopho more junior and senior classes. Boxing equipment is available in Marston Gym for students wish- ing to begin work outs for the coming event. Last year the Sophomore Class walked off with honors by win- ning four of six weight divisions. Proctor stat'es that 16 ounce gloves will be used to eliminate possible Injury. Three rounds of Hi minutes each will be the length of combat. Last year ch...

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

nten Rodea Vol. XXXIII H-SU ABILENE. TEXAS SATURDAY. MARCH 12 1949 No. 23 Lunday Granted Summer Leave For Army Duty Dr. Albert Lunday instructor In the School of Business Admin- istration of Hardin-Simmons will be on leave this summer to the United States Army according to Dr. W. D. Rich dean of the School of Business Administration. Dr. Lunday will return to the Army this summer to resume work as Army chaplain and will enter the service with the rank of captain. After the summer is over Dr. Lunday will return to the campus to take up work in the field of sociology. BSU Banquet Set For April 11th The annual BSU banquet is ten- tatively planned for the evening of April 11 at the First Baptist Church. Principal speaker will be Fred Swank cx-student and pastor of the Sagamore Heights Baptist Church in Dallas. Outstanding event of the ban- quet will bo the installation of the new BSU officers. Roberta Cochran youth worker at the church will preside during this event. The theme of the pr...

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

io . r If THEH-tUBRAKD aturday March 12 1MI .r" fl Jr Rf I'S f v I .. ?' V. EDITORIALS... gUamsM 1918 &aiketUl learn WUaiUotfack&aUl? Jf-gtf't QkU eoW gatiad Much has been said through the columns of this news- " U u n i ii ii n m m n ii i ii ii iui i m 1 1 1 1 i n n i n 1 1 n Rounding Up The Strays kiiiitiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitmiiiiiiiiiiif paper in praise of Conch Jack Martin's Cowboy cagcrs who have just completed one of the most successful bas- ketball seasons at Ilardin-Simmons in more than a decade. The H-SU football team which has piled up an enviable record for three post-war seasons has come in for its share of glory also. Now with these two major sports' out of the way for awhile attention focuses on spring sports bnseball and track. It goes without saying that our varsity track team won't set the Border Conference afire this season. There is only a sprinkling of candidates working out in daily drills and with such a small number the Cowboys aren't expected to "p...

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

- 3) aturday. Match 12 IMS THE H-SU BRAND 'V" ' w SPORTS ROUNDUP. By DUANE With the H-SU-Cameron box- ing bouts coming up Tuesday night as our leading sports at- lr( traction of this period of the month it seems timely to concen- trate this column today in that vein. Lei ut briskly lead off by as- cribing a touch of admiration to one of the Ranchers' fine light- weights Winfred Talley the 21-year-old biffer who captured the novice crown in his weight in the recent Golden Gloves fandangle. Little time need be wasted in saying that Talley's style of fighting stands in a class by It- self. He fights grimly and with all the vigor his heart and mind can muster. Watching him fight away one gets the whim that Talley is a plain strong man a hardheaded man yet a man of high unyielding principle. He fights as though he believed he was right and the cost of it was not to be reckoned. Winfred had his first boxing experience only a year ago in the intramural tourney as a welter. Since then he ha...

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

THE H-SU BRAND Saturday March 12 1949 V 4 253 To Graduate In May; Largest Class In History Names of 253 seniors who are to receive degrees May 30 as members of the largest graduating class in Hardin-Simmons history have been released by Alton B. Lee' registrar. The '49 class is larger by 96 students than the previous record 6f 157 set last year. Of the degrees to be conferred 138 will be bachelors of arts 44 are to be bachelors of business administration six will be bache- lors of music and 65 will be bachelors of science. "The record number receiving degrees this year is a reflection of the steady growth of H-SU since the war" Mrs. J. A. Beard assistant registrar stated. "Prior to the war the largest class in the history of the school was graduated in 1929. Since the war enrollment and graduation has increased steadily. August grad- uations arc expected to bring the years' total to well above the 400 mark." Candidates for the BA degree this spring include Claire Win- some Abney Wil...

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

toft Jf.S1t "t!IIIBBBmphsEsBMBsssssssssi Vol. XXXIII H-SU ABILENE. TEXAS SATURDAY. MARCH 19. 1949 No. 24 -v f Stagner Tops Nominees For Nine BSU Offices Names of nine students nomi- nated to fill Baptist Student Union offices for the next year will be submitted to the student body for approval Friday March 25 it has been announced by Truett Sheriff religious secretary for the University. Candidates were chosen by the nominating committee of the BSU. Nominees for the various offices Include Julius Stagner for presi- dent; Joe Hayncs enlistment vice president; Sirley Bcattic devo- tional vice president; E d d y e Fouts social vice president; Chick Anderson stewardship vice presi- dent; Dorothy Hallmark secre- tary; Beverly Gicscndorff pub- licity; James Featherston music chairman; and Gwcn Griffitts magazine representative. The proposed officers were nominated from among those sug- gested by the student body on blanks distributed in chapel and placed in the Bookstore. Students will bo...

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

(wa!; t H I tf -v- Jf Jv fvft m ST THE H-SU BWUfD EDITORIALS... "2addi 0 W AU" tbeActiU Old VetefuuU; iVm RicU&uL 1h 2tuUilmd. . . but I don't think he's the right ode for the job. He might make a good treasurer or something like that but for president naw. ..." That was just a snatch of conversation heard in the Bookstore. They may have been discussing one of the defeated presidential candidates of last fall but more than likely it was the pending student council elections. Anyway the remarks started some thought as to the qualifications prospective council members should have come May 4 and time to vote for the officers. After all what should the president of the student council bet He's the leader of the whole student body and his attitude and actions will go a long way toward determining the attitude of all students from the green- est most confused freshman to the "polished" senior. Still what can a president do without the assistance of a complete council? It'd be impossib...

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

Saturday March 19 1949 THE H-SU BRAND IWMIHWIMMItlHWMIIIMMWMHtWtWtlIMHHItWtHtwMlllHMtlMIIIImMIMIIIIIIIIIIO 1 'lefie: " v VI By BERRY It Is a big week In sports for Hardin-Simmons University fans. Cowboy baseball and boxing teams started the crowded week Tuesday with a win and a loss and are then returning this week- end for further competition. Also entering the picture arc members of the golf and track teams who are striving for victories in week- end engagements. On the winning side were the mittmen who came through with a close 4-3 decision over the Cameron Aggies. Dragging down the four victories were feather- weight Cotton Fowler Welter- weight Billy Burkhart light hea- vyweight Tom Adams and hea- vyweight Beau Champagne. In their opening game of the season the Cowboy diamond crew dropped a 14-5 decision to the SMU Mustangs. The bascballers are trying their luck again however with a two M-SU H-SU Cinder Team To Fort Worth Meet Intramural Boxing Champions Decided Bob Dickerson J...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 19 March 1949

tf Pa 4 THE H-SU BRAND Saturday March 19 1949 Sons Of Pioneers To Give Show Here Thursday Night The Sons of the Pioneers radio screen and recording stars will present a two-hour stage show in Rose Field House Thursday evening March 24. The Cowboy club a group of Abilene business- men will sponsor the program. The Pioneers are credited with having collected and preserved the best of the songs of the old West according to Bert Chapman Cowboy club president. Many of the currently popular western song hits were first introduced by the Sons of the Pioneers. Featured on Thursday night' program will be such favorites as "Tumbling Tumblewecds" "Cool Water" "Room Full of Roses" and "Lie Low Little Dogics." Heading the group of which Roy Rogers cowboy screen star was an original member is Bob Nolan. Other stars of the show include the Farr brothers Ken Curtis Shug Fisher Tim Spen- cer Lloyd Perryman Carolina Cotton and the Oklahoma Sweethearts. Tickets can be purchased at the H-SU business of...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 26 March 1949

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 26 March 1949

w THE HtU BRAND Saturday. March 28 lMt EDITORIALS. 2 Jt Ain't 2W Dammit he is dead. That blunt statement is what was on the marker while it lasted but now even the marker is gone from the grave. There's nothing left to identify the spot except a clump of hedge grown up around a concrete block that old timers say lies on Dammit's last resting place. He must have been a Christian dog if there ever was one. Dammit spent more than a decade on the Hardin-Simmons campus making classes and chapel more regularly than many students it is said. He was accepted and loved by students and faculty. Dammit became a part of the school. Finally he died. His friends didn't forget him immediately though. He was given a real funeral with all the ceremony any other dignitary would get and a simple wooden cross was put up at the head of his grave. His epitaph was "Dammit He Is Dead." The old dog could have become a part of the tra- dition that holds a student body together and makes an old school great b...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 26 March 1949

. Saturday March 28 1149 THE H-SU BRAND " f BORDER By DALMON There Is a group 'of young gentlemen on our campus this year who will bo expected to do great things during the next three. They have set themselves pretty firmly in the hearts of H- SU followers and they may have even put themselves on the spot. We are speaking of the fresh- man athletes who have come through nobly in their roles as members of the first freshman teams here since 1941. The freshman iootball team bowled over five tough oppon- ents were only scored on a couple of times and racked up a seasons scoring mark something like 05 points to 13 for opposition. In- cluded in their victories were wins over a trio of junior col- lege opponents and easily earned decisions over Border Confer- ence freshman teams from West Texas State and Texas Tech. The freshman basketball team came through too won more than they lost got in some fine ex- perience by meeting some of the topflight junior college quintets and several freshm...

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