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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 24 September 1938

" ffVfTw.'y THE H-S i7 BRAND AiHMAMll COWBOYS WILL TACKLE CENTENARY NEXT h '. r Gentlemen Furnish Homecoming Opposition For Rancher Eleven Team That Deals Southwest Teams Misery Looks Good This Year Ily HOI! MURDOCH Coach Frank Klmhrouith's Cowboys hIH tannic next Saturday night with the tuuRhcnl foes they havo met since S. M. U.'s Rose Howl team defeated them hack in 1035. The Centenary Gentlemen had a Rtrong team last your strong enough to trounce the powerful T. C. U. Horned Frogs and the Southern Methodist Mustangs but this year they arc being heralded even more potent than last year's squad. The Gents' tilt scheduled for today with the mighty Horned Frogs fav orite for the Southwestern title FirDini Tflu SIDELINE By BILL AMO The well known fedora ii off to Uurtoti SheltMi Ilriinil editor last year. Shelton is really pounding out tho copy ns sports editor of the Sweetwater Reporter. And he'll have plenty of it on tho rapid rise of Lew Jenkins in boxing circles and itlic hard luc...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 24 September 1938

'if PW THE H-8 U DRAND Physical Education Club Has Meeting Hcadstrcam President Pond Vice-President Physical Education club held Ita Initial meeting of tho year In the Marnton Gymnasium Inst Mondny mornlnK. Tithlrty students attended the opening session including nine new members. Organization plnns were carried out with the election of officers and the adoption of a con- stitution. Claicnco Hcadstrcam co-captaln and halfbnck on tho Cowboy grid machine repUncd the president's chair after a lapse of a year. Hcad- strcam was the chief executive of the dub during 1030-37. Charlie Pond was elected vice-president and will head tho program committee. Pond senior yell leader ranks seventh among the country's tum- blers according to the National A .A. U. Other officers are Bee Agncw sec- retary; Nan Painter' treasurer; Bill Amo reporter; and Ncnl Davis scr-gennt-at-arms. Tho organization will meet on the first and third Monday of every month in the Marston Gym during chapel period.. Various...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 1 October 1938

fc : . TiS1 -i J i I'V ! r1TnT.P -M.gMlMMSBMlilMiBBWMiMiMMMSjasjilililili - - " . - m. ! ! -!--! J. --S-.T? --If. --- -L-tf-'. ' - ! 1 u- - . - ... Vol. XXIII Z715 HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXAS OCTOBER 1 1038 No. 3 COWBOYS PLAY CENTENARY ELEVEN TONIGHT !.. r- - f L Alumni Ex -Students Take iuavsetmi3SHseRnoxssHnnDBSHMii SOMEWHERE in this sheet there is supposed to be nn answer from G. Avery Leo to the knife thrown at him in this column Inst week. Now we're not promising. We're writing this column early believe it or not and Lee's learned contribution has not been seen. But maybe it will appear before press time. It seems as if some other colleges around the country got an extra large quota of last year's Hardin-Simmons students this year. That is somewhat distressing no doubt to Mr. Haney and all of us. There was a funny story told in one of the colleges adopted by a group of cx-HSU-ites. It seems that five former Hardin-Simmons students were in the same chemistry lab at t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 1 October 1938

.wfirr; ..jv"T O.i rt t' w 2 rti THE H-S U BRAND "t t 4 KS r.i " 'Editorials Use Self Analyzation . i But thoUh'aIthavca perfecCand jusr weight a perfect "-"""---" ".SPff"''e V?&in? Sffntnree; Advico comes cheap nowadays. To the loveless the forsaken the parent the child the draunkard it comes from the pens and typewriters and the tongues of scores who may know no hotter than to advise or whose joh it may be to advise-professionally. However once in a very long time comes a hint a word or so a suggestion that even the shifting restlessness of the memory can't abandon. Not many years ago somebody sat down to help the struggling job-seeker fresh from college graduation and bogged in the troubles of depression. Today when the press and some business men and tho Republicans talk of "recession" the hint may be worth repeating. Write an honest opinion of yourself what you'vo accomplished what you know you can get done how much you know you have on the ball was the suggestion. No ono w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 1 October 1938

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 1 October 1938

f rytt' -np r f Parc 6 THE H-8 U BRAND Intra-Mural Touch Football Planned Organization plans for tho intra- mural touch football league arc de- veloping rapidly. The athletic council convened twico during tho past week to revise the rules and regulations governing the loop. At this writing the opening date has not been set but isn't fnr off. Several teams already have filed their entry lists. Represented in tho fold arc tho Physical Education club the" Bombers the Prcacheis the Hoop- steis and the Brand-Bronco. Practice sessions hove been staged by most of these teams recently. At least two more teams aio needed to make up n fnst league. Each team may havo a squad roster of fifteen players. Nino men make up the starting lineup but n plentiful supply of reserves probably will be used by the combines. Last season the Sheiks nosed out the pre-race favorites the Physical Education club by a 0-0 count to annex the loop crown. Two new teams arc entered in this year's league. Tho Bombers a...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 8 October 1938

-V " V. . & '$'' National The Hardin-Simmons student council is considering: the organiza- tion of a local chapter to Registered Collegiate Thumbers a national or- ganization of student hitch-hikers. Registered Collegiate Thumbers is planned to aid and identify college students who must ask for free transportation on the highway ac- cording to a prospectus in the hands of Avery Lee student president. In a letter to tho president of tho senior class Aaron Grant and Lee Stan Fiesc president of the RCT outlined alms of the organization. It enme into being on a smnll Vol. XXIII Z714 THAT PROMISED donation from Avery Lee pardon G. Avery Lee student prexy has not been received. In case you forget G. Avery took offense at the crack mado two weeks ago about the wunncrful big brother system. We offered him the oppor- tunity to reply in these columns. Which he has not done. Whassamater Lcc? Finally con- vinced that the little tin soldiers of a little tin toy can't win the war? But remembe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 8 October 1938

v 1 7 V n ' i :.$ M ff rJV V (' 1 r t kr. ?4H 4" rr w THE H-S U BRAND Sditoridls A Paper For Students To many college newspapers arc published by a one-man staff. In too many cases only half a dozen members of the student body contributes to the publication. Naturally this sort of condition does not produco the best newspaper as judged by student interest. For soveral years practically all of the work in issuing the Brand has been in tho hands of two per- sons the editor and tho business manager. Since the business manager has usually devoted all of his time to selling advertising most Brands have actu- ally been in the hands editorially of the editor alone. The Brand this year desires to improve that sit- uation. Tho editor will appreciate contributions from EVERY member of tho student body. It may not be possible to print everything that is submitted but all submissions will be welcomed. The Brand office is in tho southwest corner of the basement floor of Abilene Hall. In the door...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 8 October 1938

"xH iuf THE H-S U BRAND ? WEST TEXAS BUFFALOES NEXT ON SCHEDULE vSr-i.1"' ' Fran The SroELENES By BILL AMO SporU Editor RECENT REPORTS havo it that Hardin-Simmons will not bo rep- resented on tho tennia court this year. Two factors appear to be influencing the administration officials in their "no tennis" policy. To begin with the Cowboy ncttcrs did not fare so well Inst season and the outlook for 1038- 39 is very dark with no lettcrmen back. Secondly and of prime impor- tance is said to be tho financial status. To be sure experienced material is vitally lacking. Hut why? Simply because other colleges have made belter offers to the top-notch play- ers. During the past few campaigns seven of H-SU's first-stringers have transferred after a season or two under tho competent tutelage of Prof. Ballard. However there still is a supply of amateur talent on the campus that could replace last year's team with more than fair success. Tennis expenditures do not exceed ?200 which is a mere trif...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 8 October 1938

. 7rt ' Pag THE B-S U BRAND Students Fans Plan To Make West Coast Trip When Cowboys Play Loyola November 18 Train and Bus Facilities Studied Private Automobiles L Prof. Stephenson's Sunday School Class May Make Trek Also Plans are being made for a large representation on the biggest football trip of the Hardin-Simmons Univer- sity fall schedule. On November 18 the Cowboys will play Loyola University's Lions in Los Angeles. A packed stadium is ex- pected since full capacity crowd turned out last year to see the Cow- boys nudge the Lions 7 to 0. Many Hardin-Simmons fans will go on the special section of the train which carries the team. Tentative plans are to include the band and pos- sibly tho Cowgirls in this group. Last year this section left on the Sunshine Special a Texas and Pacific train departing westbound at 0:20 p. m. on Wednesday preceding tho game. The train arrived in Los Angeles on Friday morning giving the crowd a full day to visit the city before the game. The game was...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 15 October 1938

. fe Vol. XXIII Z714 HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ADILENE TEXAS OCTOBER 15 1938 No. 5 "BV -''-Jt-''t' V. f7f-tMifj'B Last night I held a little hnnd So dainty and so neat; Mo thinks my heart would sudden burst So wildly did it beat. Little hand I held last night It was n wondrous thing Little hand I held last night FOUR ACES AND A KING. THERE EXISTS no particular rea- son why that rather sorry plcco of rhyme should top the Branding Iron this week. But some of us more or less branded by thoughts such as those in the last three lines of that "poem" have a sort of appreciation for it. .There have been college careers made and broken by aces and kings. Some lads work their way through school with the cards some others work their way out. For example there was the football man of n few seasons back who began one Monday night with a half dollar. Next Saturday he bought a new suit and overcoat casfl. It's an ill game that doesn't win somebody some money. WITHIN THIS rag on page two to bo exac...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 15 October 1938

i -.'l? ' :' . ratal- THK H-8 U BRAND S...-V V - V ii' fc Af ft- b : l; 14 I- i-"-' if. A r-. ''"' n V- 'V i . w i'lh Editorials Ttk Talc! Those Movies What would man do if it were impossible for him to make excuses T Maybe that isn't exactly a fair question but it's one that comes to mind on occasions such as this. The Woman's Christian Temperance Union in a re cent San Francisco convention nut their heads together and decided that movies were the cause of cigarette smoking by women. We've been worried ever since we heard their astounding report on the reason for mother nicto- tine's hold over American womanhood and here's what's been causing us so much trouble We've heard old settlers tell of their grandmoth- ers sitting before an open fireplace and peacefully puffing on an old clay pipe. Now who-on earth caused the pioneer woman to smoke T Was it Shakespeare or the American Indian T o Youth The Best Driver With a few years of experience behind him a per- son of college age can dr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 15 October 1938

Presenting the Opposition Ithe otagravure Section To Feature Cowboyi Hardin-Simmons UnivenityV Fwl- city department has reefved wora from the Dallas News tn piciu.; H-SU Cowboys in cowboyfrcgnHajtaK n hv th Associated Ptss' c o Ki'nck nhotoeraphcr Jimmy Might- agheail jrauit ' ...111 W4 sec- appear in the News' rot ttnn tomorrow. J Several of the picture! taken espe cially for the A. P. havi been appear. ing in newspapers throlgnoui i -tion during tho past fv weeks. Sev- eral pictures which lave heretofore been unpublished wiUSnobably appear on the News' rotogravure page o- Mn . . . have ylu seen the new sweaters in our University Corner- smart two-tone combinations that are vinff nut In a huitv. Come and see From The SIDELINES By BILL AMO Sports Editor JROSPECTS FOR a highly success- ful season in the Intrn-Mural fouch Football League this fall appear Icertain after watching the 8 c ve n teams practice. For the first time in history of the loop no squad is predicted to romp off wit...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 15 October 1938

Ra mm ! .s ' imons AidlnCampaign Student Contends Non-voting Future Soldiers Have Rights "The European pot of oil has stop- ped babbling temporarily but when It resumes I& eruption later It will be necessary fo'r It to splatter a long way to scald the youth of America." So says George Skinner editor of The Mlama Student campus publica tion of Miami University Oxford O He contends that the men who are old enough to fire bullets but too young to cast ballots should form a lobbying group. The majority of college men are be tween the ages of 18 and 21 and would fall into this group. Although they are old enough to be drafted for service they are not considered old enough to have a hand in guiding their own destinies. Asks Poll Here Recently Skinner conducted a war poll in his university in the form of n qucstionaire. Gratified with the results of the poll there he has asked other schools Including Hardin-Simmons to aid in conducting it on a national scale. This proposition is to be ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 22 October 1938

kk miU' JJk V A Q. a H B 1 T-" H H BV H B H K 1 . ? W ( T Vol. XXIII Z714 HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY AIIILKNI5 TEXAS OCTOBER 2:2 1038 No. 6 TWELVE NAMED FOR WHO'S WHO POSITIONS "' t i k TT1 Murray Teachers Cowboy's Opponents Tonight Are ToughustPoim I K rnvn N OPEN REVOLT wo rise now to denounce what ov;-r imity oi pai- tios responsible for the adoption of the practice of holding pep rallies in nun- morcinl theaters. The Brand feels that it is a putrid state of affairs when a student must pay 'Mi cents to enter the building where n pep rally is being lield for his ten in. The lit I U- mailer of holding the rally previous to the West Texas game in the Paramount theater was stinkingh inexcusable .so far as student leaders are concerned. It was a case of out and out com- mericaliation of sacred school spir- it. THE BRAND WANTS TO KNOW IF ANY STUDENT LEADER ANY YELL LEADER FOR EXAMPLE- RECEIVED A COMMISSION FOR ARRANGING IT SO THAT THIS STRICTLY COMMERCIAL THE- ATER COULD RING UI TWENTY-...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 22 October 1938

t iSTT n t r ! ri THE H-8 U BRAND rfrr- M 1 J 1 1" if v & ft -: : V lii I A & I K". ' 2?- fr- I. iA tef P. .i "C'-J aw . r-'i '. . T' . V & t".". ?HT ' VlYS : m if rim .v & :4"? VUAt lj W A i' f-r v. Editorials Dr. Rkter's New Book THE NEWSPAPER as a source of dependable in- formation for the writer of history lias been recognized ever since newspapers came into being. The writer's task of collecting his material and in getting the proper slant on men and events is great- ly simplified his field vastly broadened and his usefulness as a purveyor of authentic information greatly improved if he has access to contemporary newspaper files. i Such a worker in the field of history is Professor Carl Coke Ristcr professor of history at the Uni- versity of Oklahoma formerly on the faculty of Hardin-Simmons University well known for his painstaking research into the history of tho great Southwest. Professor Ulster's latest volume came off tho University press at Normon yesterda...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 22 October 1938

-N 1) it? THE n-8 U BRAND .& V. JAST TEXAS tr Commerce Eleven Bloodthirsty After 15-12 Loss At Hands of '37 Cowboys Game Here Final Home Appearance Of H-SU Gridders And May Be Toughest On Schedule Uy WACIL McNAIIt When the' East Texas Stato Teachers College Lions of Commerce invade the Cowboy's home stadium on October 20 they will enter the gate with Just on thought. That will be revenge for the defeat they suffered at the hands of the Ranchers by a 15-12 margin when the two teams met last year. Students nnd alumni of ETSTC ore Ficom The SIDELINE: By BILL AMO Sports Editor TONIGHT'S GRID conflict witl Murray State indicates the half- "way mark in the Cowboy slate. Four of the next five games will bo staged on foreign fields. The Ranchers have their work cut out for them in pre- paring for the final six weeks of the campaign. Only one breather appears on the stretch schedule that coming Thanksgiving Day in Oklahoma City. The Cowboy-Thoroughbred set-to furnishes the highlight in t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 22 October 1938

P8 THE H-8 U BRAND f UNIVERSITY QUEEN RACE STARTS Seven Nominees Placed In Field Stage Settings Genuinely Antique Seven jrlrls hove been nominated In the race for University Queen first primary of which has been scheduled for November 1. The Queen will be given the first full page in the beauty section of the Ilronco and will represent the Univer- sity's pulchritude at all official events. Climax of her school yenr will be the coronation ceremony next May. Nominees placed on tho ticket by petition are Jcnncll Green Ann Rnder. Charlotto Collins June Gracoy Marlsue Pnrramore Jonsula neck and Nan Painter. All are seniors ns provided by the student constitution. Jeanclle is president of the Cow- girls and occupied a Hronco page on one previous occasion. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. 0 Green of Abilene both of whom are promin- ent Hnrdin-Simmons graduates. Ann Under of Dallas is nctlvo In Cowgirls ilinmatlc work and music She is xylnphnnlst with Cowboy and Cowgirl bnnds. Last ye...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 29 October 1938

Vol. XXIII Z71I HAHIHN-SIMMONS UNIVKRS1TY AIULKNK TUXAS OCTOHKR 29 1038 No. 7 HALLOWEEN PARTY ON BOOKS FOR MONDAY COWBOYS ENCOUNTER Lions Undefeated Untied Aim To Keep Record Avenge Loss Darrcll Tully Ace Backficldcr Man Feared By Ranchers; He's Triplcthrcat By BOB MURDOCH Turning: from bronc-bustin' to big game hunting Coach Frank Kimbrough's Cowboys who tamed the Murray (Ky.) State Thorough- breds last Saturday night on the Racers' own stomping grounds by a 20 to 14 score trot into the Cowboy arena tonight to tangle with the rampant East Texas State College Lions in the Rancher's last home appearance this season. Coach Bob Berry's Lions one of the nation's few undefeated and untied teams ccme into the Cowboy camp bent on revenging a 3-point defeat at the hands of last season's undefeated edition of the Ranch- ers. Last year the Cowboys who went to Commerce for their fifth 3&S9& ciKun LJ-l h d "s&: "U -" il ? N OW THE ALL-MIGHTY Pond is inuking ?. complete fool of him- ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 29 October 1938

V' 'J- fe w .' . 5 V ail I T- THE II-S U 11RAND i . h N K k 1-4" lis. Editorials "Some hearts have carried their burdens for. years some eyes are blinded by Hoods of tears; some souls are seeking rest ever striving for the best." Anon. ' ( Yeh! Swing It On! SIX MONTHS ago tho critics were saying "Yea it's fading out. Suro it's nil shot." They were talking about swing that goofy goofy thing. Yen swing I Oh jive I "Whoa. I said they were talking about swing. June rolled by. Benny Goodman was making plans for his triumphant Western tour. But they persist- ed. "Yea tho summcr'll kill it. Too bad. Those swing players will be out of work pretty soon. Too bad." But no. The only thing summer killed wns the boys who were feeling so sorry for the hot mu- sicians. Jitterbugs grew by the thousands through- out tho nation. Kug-cutters replaced wnltzers. Swing that indefinable thing will live forever. Long live swing 1 o Keep Up the Good Work PESSIMISTS who have doubted that the auto- mobile acci...

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