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

Pat 4 THE H-iU BRAND Saturday March 26 1049 Stage Rehearsal Starts Thursday For Spring Play Rehearsals for the University Players major production "The Great Big Doorstep" will be held on the stage beginning with the Thursday rehearsal Dr. Kath- erlne Boyd director has an- nounced. Jeanne Baxter stage manager for the production said that the entire set will be completed for the Saturday rehearsal. Virginia Randcl who is in charge of tickets for the play announced that tickets will be dis- tributed for sale in about a week. This year ticket headquarters will be by the phone booth in Abi- lene hall so that orders may be taken by phone. o Cowboys- (Continued from Page 3) April 22 and 23; and May 2 and 3 the Buccaneers will pay the Cow- boys a return visit in Abilene. The Ranchers will go to Tuscon May 9 and 10 where they will par- ticipate in the 2nd annual Border Conference meet. The University of Arizona won the championship last season while the Cowboys finished in third place. Team...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 2 April 1949

JfeMtUdi &ice Rand tyotce. Rand "am SSSSttttt0 .sssssslMslsssB'sssssssVBsPJs9 ?h t Vol. XXXIII bbbbbbbbbK 'i ' VbbbbVSDIbIbbbbbbbbbbbbbI ikkkkBBWi&w ..bbbmbbbV .LLLsLsLsBHfttsBLsLsLf BBBKT'BBV'BBBBlBSBBf BBBBBBBJK - JjiM vBKjlBBBBW- tB9BBBBHgfl9JBBBR - BBBBBBBBJihPQ v'HBMBBBBBBB "''VPPBBBBkIbbBBBB bkkwllkkkVkkkBHHBH s BkH : ::" 'fhftBBBV BBBkHiH - l-Hv ;IbbbbEbbbbwbS1bbI s K" M'IHHLIbbbbBBbIbI BBJBBBJBBjBHRtaAr. saPJBss-i VC7HBlilHiBHBBBBBBBBJBBBBBBBBBBBBMPBBBBBBBBBBBBBM IT'S LIKE THIS. Larry Sklslad. left technical director and electrician for University Players major spring production. "The Great Big Doorstep." tells Jeanne Baxter stage manager for the play as the two iron out difficulies encountered in preparing to stage the sentimental comedy. The production will feature Vir- ginia Dunagan and Cecil Rutherford junior speech majors in the leading roles. Set design will be by Richard and Robert O'Brien. The play will be presented April 11-12 in Behrens chapel. Photo by Don...

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

S x . 1 IV THE H-1U BRAND Bahuday April I. IMl i.tt Wi. EDITORIALS.... 7au Joo Gan Be Vand?.... Tardiness also referred to as entering class late is not a bad habit ; it is an art. The most effective methods of coming into class late arc coining into the room just after the bell rings coming into the room as the roll is being called and arriving iu the class late enough to interrupt the instructor. All of these require many hours days and even years of conscientious study to master. Tordiness can only be perfected through careful ob- servation and skillful application to any classroom sub- ject. When being late is properly used it can disrupt a class for the entire period. Now let us consider the simplest form of tardiness; that of coming into class just after the bell has rung. A tardiness student should practice at the beginning of each class period until he feels that he has mastered the first method and so increase'd his nerve. Proof that the student bus mastered the first metho...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 2 April 1949

mmwzK ;ilirW7' Saturday. April 2 1949 THE H-SU BRAND rt IIHMttHIIMMMII SPORTS ROUNDUP By DALMON McNAIR Onco again time has presented lis ghastly command that this portion of the sheet be devoted to some worthy (7) theme in the world of sports. And today brings un unsual degree of painful mis- ery to this scribe on account of anything to say just doesn't strike n fancy. Well now did watch the foot- ballers in their spring workouts the other afternoon. Looked mighty good to see back guys like Strawberry Rowan Pat Bailey the Petty boys and others who have given Hardin-Simmons a touted name in football since its resumption after the war. A size- able group up from last season's remarkable frcshm a n squad makes the future situation look promisingly secure. More depressing w a s the glimpse of Speed Cooper graduat- ing tackle observing the frolick from the sidelines in street clo'thes. Also seen minus mole- skins was Travis Kelly slightly husky Tcxarkana guard who was nursing a sore foot...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 2 April 1949

N . TB K4MJ BRAND aturdar Avrtl 3 1MI "COWBOY" QUARTET or lht "tranlln' Wnaltn" who apyoand in fir South Tmu conotrU in lhroo dtlM recently. Loft to right a Bob Smith Bryan) Jimmy Lodon. Frooportt Mau- rico Alfrod HunttTlUat and Chariot Downoy Bryan. Tho quartet proaoatod aacrod concorta at Nara- ota and Waco and a' secular program at Huntavillo. Training Union Revival Starts A Training Union revival will begin Sunday at the First Baptist Church when the study of the book "Winning Others To Christ" will be taught by the Young Peoples' department by Roberta Cochran young peoples' director of the church. The course will cover 10 ses- sions with 45 minutes to each ses- sion. The first session will get under way at 4:00 p. m. tomorrow with a supper to follow at 5:30 in the church dining room. Fol- lowing the supper the course will be continued during the regular Training Union hour. The course will run through Wednesday night at the regular prayer meeting service. Each eve- ning the ses...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 9 April 1949

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 9 April 1949

yaasas'iraiiB ' M ' : . r s rut Sfpumm Paajei THE H4HJ BRAND Saturday April 9 IMS EDITORIALS.... ok 1ip...Atd l4uLutaHd Will AcquaiiUd? Let's all complain a little. The weather has been unsettled lately. Classes arc getting drier and drier instructors are impatient. The campus is in a mess (although the green grass is an improvement over the barren-looking prairie we have been accustomed to in previous years) and life is getting " jes plain tcjus." Now feel better J Okay let's brag a little. Our enrollment is at its highest peak for a spring semester. Sandcfcr memorial is Hearing completion. We havo had sqme good artist courses lately the" majority of us man- aged at least a "P" on misscmester reports too and we all know the Spring holidays begin Thursday. Okay feel better still? That's fine. Now let's get down to business. Less than two months separate us from the end of the semester. Those finals will crop up too soon. Some of us will be ready; others won't. Life goes a long way a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 9 April 1949

! ' i Saturday April 9 1949 THE H-SU BRAND s l k ? fHIMWHWMItMHHIHHWtMIUHHtlHOHHimWHWimMMMtMWIIWMHIIINtWWtHWIIWlWHmHIIMMMt By BERRY APPLING UtMffMMMMtHlf Spring is .here and baseball is In the air the only trouble is that the varsity doesn't play a regu- larly scheduled game at homo un- til May 2-3 when they encounter the Southwestern Pirates. Prac- tice games arc being played how- ever such as the tilt Wednesday with the Wooslcy Specials a team composed of ACC athletes. The Cowboy's came through with an easy 18-5 victory. An independent baseball league has been formed in the city and the three colleges have furnished teams. ACC is sponsored by Woosley and McMurry by Thorn- ton Motors while the Hardin- Slmmons team composed mostly of freshmen will be sponsored by the school. The fourth team from Butterfield is slated to play the Hardin-Simmons league team in Blue Sox stadium Saturday after- noon. Track as usual on the Hardin- Simmons campus is lagging far behind. There is a reason f...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 9 April 1949

-i)v 1 se4 THE H-tU BRAND Saturday April t lt4l Two Students Conduct Revival In Shreveport Two of Hardln-Slmmons minis- terial students Charles Mcllvccnc and James Beacham will conduct a Youth Revival in the Caddo Heights Baptist Church Shreve port La. April 10-17. Mcllvccnc will be the evangelist while Beacham will conduct the song services. The church in preparation for the coming meeting has been majoring on three things: prayer-1 meeting visitation and personal' services according to Rev. E. P. Smith pastor. Radio station KTBS Shreve- port will carry a broadcast of a religious program each afternoon. The time of the broadcast will bo announced April 10. o Gridd ers- (Continued from Page 3) Goode's tackling arc going to make it tough to decide oh who is the better. Captain Pat Bailey still looks like he can go pixty minutes and most of last year's regulars look the same. With the newcomers and the veterans battling it out each afternoon and spirit so high among the competitors it...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 23 April 1949

WZi&9L. .sbbbbbbIIIIbbbbbbbbbbbbbHbbHb BBIIBSiHilHIiBIIIIHBHI-l Vol. XXXIII H-SU ABILENE. TEXAS SATURDAY. APRIL 23. 1949 No. 28 b FLEUR WALTON WHIT GIDDENS 2 Debate Teams Win At National Forensic Meet CHAPEL BELLS PICKED FOR '49 SENIOR GIFT e A set of chapel chimes to be installed in the Bchrens chapel steeple has been selected by the senior class as its gift to the Uni- versity it has been announced by Raymond Troutman class presi- dent. The chimes will cost in the neighborhood of $1200 and will be -i paiu tur uy im.-iuui.-i; ui inu tiu "yJTroutman stated. Presenting a gift to the school by members of the graduating class has become tra- ditional The 1948 seniors erected the H-SU sign at the entrance to the campus. Thirty members of the senior class are to be named to a com- mittee to contact other seniors in raising the money to finance the purchase and installation of the chimes. Cost per student will be approximately four dollars. Stu- dents who graduated in January or who w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 23 April 1949

&'V-TT' "'v ii.- Psfel THE H-SU BRAND Saturday April 23 IMS 'A. ' EDITORIALS.... fol. 76 (?mW Campus politics began to swing into high gear Wednesday when nomination blanks for candidates for council offices for the next year were placed in tho Bookstore. Students gathered around the blanks sug- gesting names of friends for tho council slots and signing nominations already made. Many of those nominated will be eliminated from the annual political raco como May 4 when tho primary election is held but tho task of selecting tho proper leader to fit each of the positions will not be completed until after the run-off is over. In fact the race shouldn't got really hot until after the primary. At that time tho contenders for each position will bo narrowed down to two ; supporters of each of tho candi- dates will be going 'all out" for their "favorite son" and campus politics should take on some of the aspects of tho bigger game seen in state and national elections. Through it all atude...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 23 April 1949

"n Kl Saturday April 23 lMt THE H-8U BRAND P$f 3 !. -r t V A DAMMIT'S NEW MONUMENT it being insp ectod by Hardln-Simmons coeds left lo right Mari- lyn Trainer Ganelle Newman and Norma Kniff en. The new grave marker erected recently bean an inscription painted by H. E. Trantham. Dammit campus mascot for a number of years is buried in the thicket in the background. BSU Installation Banquet Attracts 140; Swank Speaks By DOROTHY KINCAID Giant ice cream cones pepper- mint sticks huge artificial lolli- pops and pictures of storybook characters set the scene for some 140 students who attended the annual Baptist Student Union banquet at the First Baptist Church April 11. The program featured a skit on the famous character Old King Cole and an address by the Rev. Fred Swank H-SU ex and pas- tor of the Sagamore Hill Baptist Church of 'Fort Worth. Master of ceremonies was Charles Downey. Old King Cole was portrayed by Wendall Parker (with the aid of pillows). John Petry was the announcer and N...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 23 April 1949

rf A-lr p3f" fS ?)?-! " Ftfee THE H4KJ BRAND Saturday AU M lMt A I I Frontier Fracas Week Is Chosen In Rodeo Contest Frontier Fracus week. That is the name which has been chosen by the Hardin-Sim-mons Intercollegiate rodeo asso- ciation for the name of the week immediately preceding the inter- collegiate rodeo April 29 and 30 to be held in Abilene. The name was chosen by Mary Gregory Hawley in a contest in which 53 students submitted a suggestion. Miss Gregory will receive eight box seat tickets to the rodeo. The rodeo will bo the third an- nual intercollegiate contest spon- sored by H-SU. Texas Tech and Sul Ross are the 1947 and 1948 champions. Frontier Fracus week will be- gin Monday April 25 with Slim Willet serving as sheriff assisted by thirty male and female depu- ties chosen from the Hardin-Sim-mons student ranks. "People will be jailed if they don't wear west- ern. attire" Willet has warned the H-SU student and campus visitor. A musical show Boys and Girls with Slim Willet w...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 23 April 1949

THE H-SU BRAND Faff I MlHIHIIHIIHNItMNII 'Pokes Resume Spring Workouts Next Week BORDER BREEZES By DALMON McNAIR Saturday April 23 1949 -i s TV ; On the Baseball Front Scratch out any possibility of R the Cowboys or any other loop team copping the Border Confer- ence baseball title this season there just ain't going to be any. The Border Conference which comprises nine teams in three states has only four varsity base- ball nines. H-SU is the only one of the four Texas schools which has seen the need for a baseball team. Schools like Tech Mines and West Texas haven't had the desire to go in for the diamond sport. Neither has New Mexico A&M or Flagstaff. Poihaps this will make up for our own poor track showing this season. The Cowboys are scheduled to complete the second game of a twin-bill with the New Mexico' Lobos in Albuquerque today and this may be their only competition with a Border loop foe all sea- son. A trek into Arizona where only two of the three Conference schools fi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 23 April 1949

Page 6 THE H-SU BRAND Saturday April 23 1949 Cowboy Band Set For Six Concerts By DON SYPHERD An iron-man stunt will bo at- tempted by the Cowboy band as it helps round up Frontier Fracas Week by playing six appearances within two days next weekend. The band will start rodeo festivi- ties by leading off in the gala parade scheduled to move through the downtown section of Abilene Friday morning. Other appearances scheduled for the two days will include those at both afternoon and night performances of the rodeo Fri day and Saturday and a concert in Rose field house for visiting high school seniors to be on the campus for Senior Day. Tryouts for those who wish to play in the band next fall will also be held on Saturday. A concert was scheduled by the band for chapel Friday. The Cow- boys will make one other chapel appearance before the end of the school year. Engagements scheduled for the remainder of the semester are the Santa Rosa Roundup at Santa Rosa May 4; morning chapel con- cert...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 30 April 1949

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 30 April 1949

v- rj 2 THE H:SU BRAND Saturday April 39 1949 editorials.... A Hint To The Slime " Se I he Kodeo Habit you'. Wticamm Senior Should Be Sufficient A word of welcome to guests from Texas high schools and junior colleges who nrc visiting on the campus today. Facilities of the University are open for your inspection. Student body mid administration nrc proud that you have accepted the invitation to take a look at the "inside" of college life. If you're looking for a school to further your educa- tion an additional invitation is extended that you con- sider the liberal arts curriculum based on the "confessed anil formative principles of Christianity" of llardin- Siminons University. If you like the friendliness and the western spirit of the school why not return and become a part of it. By DOROTHY KINCAID Another facotcl JtifU Spirit has been running at a new high on the forty acres this week as students celebrated Frontier Fracas Week prepared for the third annual Ilardin-SiiiinioiiM Int...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 30 April 1949

V J Saturday April 30 1949 THE H-SU BRAND Pat t fft'y v SPORTS ROUND-UP By DUANE (Ed. Note With the exception of rc-wrlting for timely appear- ance the following writ is the same composition that appeared in this column at this time a year ago. The same occasion Is at hand therefore It seems fitting for a reprint.) The third annual H-SU Inter- collegiate rodeo is clue to hit its .climax in full stride today with its bawling wall-eyed stock ex- pected to give thrills galore. Bounding from the chute comes a rider on a dissatisfied bronc that displays a series of long hard twisting bucks In which he trav- els farther laterally than upward. Then comes the fatal Sunday lick that is obviously seen coming TOM HaVaHaVaHaaVHHaVaavavavBaiaavftHaaflaHaiaHHttt ' '?$ hmb aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaasngt & ? 'aaaav HP ViBBaaaaaaaaHHli bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbVBk' w bw V Hf bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbV bbbHbHVIbIbH 'H&?Wbbbbbbbbbbbbbbb1 BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBbIPv a.o.maX'V JbV Hbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbb...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 30 April 1949

I Pa 4 THE H-SU BRAND Saturday April 30 1949 Radio Clubbers Rise Early For Breakfast Program Members of the Hardin-Slm-mons Radio club nnd their guests arose earlier than usual or at least most of them did and in- stead of dialing to their favorite breakfast club program they met at a downtown cafe for a break- fast club party program of their own Wednesday. While the 31 early risers put away hot biscuits jelly bacon eggs and coffee they heard Bruce Tlt4nn1f unrlln rr.r t'ti II n I Mf r1 fllf ' university say: "The Radio club although organized but two months will soon be able to keep up with any campus organiza- tion." Pictures Exhibited For Senior Day Winning pictures from the Sixth District Texas Federation of Women's Clubs Convention "Nature's Pin Cushion" and "Re- flections" both first place win- ners by Olan Richards and "Dec- orative Interpretation" by Victor Scarpelll will be exhibited all day today for the annual Senior Day program according to A. M. Carpenter head of the H...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 7 May 1949

Vol. XXXIII H-SU ABILENE. TEXAS. SATURDAY. MAY 7. 1949 No. 30 tv Journalism Congress Elects Dorothy Kincaid Secretary Dorothy Kincaid Hardin-Sim-mons junior and associate editor of the H-SU Brand was elected secretary of the Southwestern Journalism Congress at the an- nual meeting of the organization held In Lubbock April 29-30. Miss Kincaid was one of three students from the 13 member schools of the Congress elected to offices. Others were John D. Graham of Louisiana State University presi- dent and Charles Lewis of Texas University vice president. George Hine Jr. Brand business mana- ger conducted the campaign for the H-SU candidate. Students and faculty members attending the meeting from the ' various schools belonging to the Congress heard discussions and lectures conducted by such news- papermen as Ernest Kirschtcn editorial writer of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch Bill Johnson staff photographer of the Daily Okla- homan Noland Norgaard Asso- ciated Press Chief of Bureau at Oklaho...

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