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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 7 May 1949

& M tK h"1 THE H-SU BRAND Saturday. May 7 1MI " I II T ' ' " -aW-a MB I P1 PIWM MM M S51 ' Mr I- i&f r- . LV" 1 '!" Eiv- ; wj. A ' " Hi -.. r ... V 1 ) EDITORIALS.... fa Mom Dearest Mom Tomorrow is a day set aside especially for you. .This is perhaps the first time some of us have ever missed being with you on this day. Since most of- us will not get to come home to deliver that special heart-felt grati- tude in person we would like to tell you the things in our hearts. "We remember when we were little kids and all the things you did for us. Remember the time you gave us a party on our sixth birthday? Or how could we ever forget trampling through your clean kitchen with our muddy shoes? 13o you recall the way you used to stop your work to listen to us tell you. of the day at school or the way we learned lo hit a baseball? And then we were promoted from grammar school to junior high. Those were the days we held our first hit of independence in hand and first realized that all...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 7 May 1949

aturday. May 7 1949 THE H-SU BRAND ? - - M-SU MHItlMMtHNl By BERRY The baseball season Is over un- less some unscheduled games are played and the 8 won-5 lost sea- son record hung up by the Cow- boys Is respectable for any school. We arc proud of the boys proud ..enough of them to think they deserve that which they were deprived of during the past two seasons LETTERS. The latest information however would seem to indicate that LETTERS will not be forthcoming. In fact a recent chapel address by a reliable authority Indicates that the school Athletic Council is pointing toward de-emphasizing the "national pastime" in or- der to bring up our standards in Track and Field. Now this writer would be the last to object to a change in our status in Track and Field uvents. We have taken occasion a few times in the past to point out our sad plight in this important Spring sport and suggest tha't someting be done about it but never once did we ask that it be given more prestige at the expense of...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 7 May 1949

Pat 4 THE H-SU BRAND Saturday. May 7. It4t Quartet Societies To Convene Here Muny chapters of the Society for the Preservation and Encour- agement of Barbershop Quartet Singing in America vill bo rep- resented in a convention of that organization at Bchrcn's Chapel- Saturday May 7 at 8:00 p. in. the purpose being to raise money for the Child Welfare Fund. According to V. C. Pcrini Jr. president of the local chapter of the singers many outstanding quartets will attend the Harmony Show and Parade of ..Quartets. Among the entertainers will be the Plainsmen of Lubbock the Chordettes of Wisconsin the Boresomc Foursome of Oklahoma City the Wintergardcn Four of San Antonio the Pipellners of Wichita Falls and local Talent. This convention is sponsored by the local chapter of the S. P. E. B. S. Q. S. A. and the Abilene Ju- nior Service League. Tickets are on sale at The Rec- ord Shop and Thornton's Record Centre. Reserved scats will be $2.40 general admission $1.80 and student admission $1.2...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 14 May 1949

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 14 May 1949

yiyywHiWK' .""n vjfli vTlfJfJ. ""nd Fag 2 THE H-SU BRAND Saturday May 14 INI W t'Li. EDITORIALS.... Convinced? "Aw teacher why do we live to do this stuff? Ain't final exam bad enough f" This seems to be one of the most populnr questions asked around these parts lately by us lazy studes. What with an armlond of last-minute picnic plans for tho summer and spring you-know-what how are we going to be able to study until the night before those dreaded exams? The answer is simple . . . we won't. Whether we realize it or not however we still owe it to ourselves and our professors to stick it out to tho end. How do wc expect them to stand before us day after day and try to finish the reqeired work when we respond about as much as dead fish to a baited hook? Wc must realize that it is just ao much sur duty as that of our faculty to stick it out to the bitter end. Anybody can wait to the last minute to study but why not give that instructor n break and show some interest iu spite of dead wee...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 14 May 1949

thuday May 14. 1949 THE H-SU BRAND Paff 3 ' v Power Demonstrated As Gold Defeats Purple 34-0 MMmiMMIMHHMM HmHIIIIIIIMHItHMMIIIMIMHMmMIIIHHMtlHHtHMIMHM BORDER BREEZES By DALMON McNAIR Seems as though the sports season has just about breezed out as far as Hardin-Slmmons Is con- cerned. Dead week is upon us and after that comes the finals graduation for some vacation for others and a shipping over of still others. So there really Isn't much excuse for this column being in print this week except maybe the editor is busy and needs a filler. Our track tennis and golf teams ore winding up their spring ef- forts this weekend in Albuquer- que. The Cowboys finally round- ed out a track Squad that Is only one man shy of the regulation number for such an occasion. We've heard our tennis team might be counted on for some points . . . anyway they whipped one Border loop entry New Mexi- co A&M on our home courts recently. Now we said our athletic teams are completing their seasons this weekend...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 14 May 1949

?& Pat 4 THE H-ltMRAMD ituxfey. Mw 14 1MI f I-- rHIHrrrrwm rrrH rHUMrrrrBHk - i-v KrrH BBBFj? & SfeBBBBBBBBBBBBBBV BBBBBBBBBI BBBEK' Cji" vBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBmLVivi KJBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBH IN SNYDER MONDAY will bo th Hardln-Slmmoni Univer- slly Siring quartei for a concert in the high ichool. The appear ance will be iponiored by the lophomore clan. Left to right are Winifred Gunn. Jerry Gannaway Paula Harris and Ruisell Cothran. Adams in Chicago Awaiting Decision The coming week will tell whether or not Tom Adams light- heavyweight champion of Texas from Hardin-Simmons University will compete with the other Unit- ed States champions in the Inter- national Golden Gloves Tourna- ment to be held in Chicago May 18. Adams is now in Chicago work- ing out awaiting the official de- cision as to whether he Wesbury Bascomb the national Golden Gloves champion or another light-heavy will be matched with the European champion. ' Adams has been t working out daily at the Catholic Youth Cen- ter...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 21 May 1949

Vol. XXXIII H-SU ABILENE TEXAS. SATURDAY MAY 21 1949 No. 32 Edith Boehlert Selected As '49 -'50 Bronco Editor Edith Boehlert Spanish major from Abilene and member of the i Junior class was named 1949-1950 editor of the Bronco at a meeting of the publications board Tues- day afternoon Miss Boehlert will assume her duties as editor next fall with the staff she selects. She has served in the capacity of assistant Bronco editor for the past two years and was freshman editor for the pub- lication in 194G. Before coming to H-SU Miss Boehlert worked on two Abilene High School annuals having serv- ed as Junior editor and Art edi- tor for the high school yearbooks. She is an active member of the H-SU Art League Alpha Chi Los Rancheros Sigma Delta Pi Press Club Spanish Club and Riding Club. Miss Boehlert is an honor grad- uate of Abilene High School where her scholastic standing was third in her class. The new editor was selected by the university publications board members of which include M...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 21 May 1949

rr Paf t THE H-BU BRAND Saturday May 21 1S49 EDITORIALS Anotkl Qnmat ... "Wednesday afternoon there was a note on the door to the Bronco office in GI hall. It read: "Have gone to the registrar's office back soon Bert." It marked the first time that the room was not inhabited by members of the staff and especially the editor Bert Mann for a period of time not much longer than it takes to sit through a lecture or eat lunch. The Bronco was finished and now the publication was in the hands of the printers. All that remained to be Annn wno fnv tho nrlitnr. who GOllld lav claim to bcinff .one of the busiest men on the campus as vice-president - r of the Press club president of Ferguson hall council and the person responsible lor tnc puoncauon 01 me scuuui annual was to type out a list of Ilardin-Simmons students eligible to receive the yearbook. When' you received the attractive annual you must have realized the amount of work that has been done by the staff and editor of the Bronco. For ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 21 May 1949

L Saturday May 21 1S49 THE H-SU BRAND Hm INtM WHWMWwmtWHMHWMWMHmMMMHllmMHIMHmiM MMI l ) 1 mFI By BERRY Year's Roundup of Sports 18. The popular conception Is that nothing mortal is eternal and so it is with the school year tho'ugh it sometime seems to stretch out endlessly. Yes this is the last Brand of the regular school year and the last time this column will appear at least under its present authorship. Was that a sigh or relief I heard? Thrill a Minute Football Team It has been a good year for sports at Hardin-Simmons even though we didn't have the confer- ence champion football team that we are used to. Though not a championship squad it would be hard to find a Cowboy football fan who would say that the games they saw were not enjoyable ones. If it wasn't exactly the best team in the school's history it would still be hard to find a team that furnished more thrills per game. Very few times during the past season did an ardent Rancher supporter settle back in his seat when the P...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 21 May 1949

f ft t jr 4 faf4 THE H1U BRAND Saturday Mar 31 IMS h'-f -- Betty Roberts Elected Cowgirl Band President Betty "Shotgun" Roberts fea- tured solo cornet player with the Cowgirl band was named presi- dent of the organization for the coming year at the band's annual picnic at Lake Cisco last Saturday. Wilma Adams out-going presi- dent made the announcement. Dale Schoonover director of the girls' organization said that the other officers would be elect- ed next fall. ' "Shotgun" Junior physical edu- cation major from Texarkana has been with the Cowgirl band for three years and has been fea- tured in many of its 45 appear- ances this year. She is also a mem- ber of the Cowgirls. The band made two major tours this year one into West Texas and New Mexico and the other in North Texas. They have held a number of concerts in nearby towns at the local schools in chapel and have played for a variety of conventions and dele- gations as well ns playing for home basketball games. o Award Winners- c...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 10 June 1949

The HSU Brand : . vol xxxnr H-SU ABILENE TEXAS FRIDAY JUNE 10 1949 No. 33 i 3. 4K kkkkkBiWx v vkkkkkkkkkH &IL - '- "kkkkkkkkH kkkkkkkkkkkBL"' Li1kkkkkkkkkkkkkkkka TWO DISTINGUISHED GRADUATES Gabriel Duty who lived up to his name by never missing a class while attending H-SU and Violet Lenore Brown business administration major from Wesfbrook and the class valedictorian were two of the 276 students to receive degrees at commencement May 30. Miss Brown was awarded the Julius Nelson Olsen medal and the Delta Kappa Gamma scholarship won last year by Floy Johnson. While attend- ing H-SU she was a member of the Alpha Chi Life Service Band Y. W. A. Library Club Colls Club. B. S. U. greater council and the B. A. club. Duty a journalism major was assistant business manager of the Brand. Summer Term Enrollment Sets Record of 1161 Summer school enrollment in Hardin-Simmons had reached 1- 161 Tuesday according to Alton B. Lee H-SU registrar. This fig- ure which does not include cor- respond...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 10 June 1949

af2 THE H-SU BRAND Friday. June 10 IMS V? (Uhe f -m Irani) A weekly college newspaper published every Friday during the summer sessions by the Hardin-Simmons Press Club in the interest of the Student Body of Hardin-Simmons University. Entered as second class mail matter June 22 1917 at the Post Office at Abilene Texas under the Act of March 3 1879. ' 4627. Editorial Office: I Hall Hardin-Simmons University. Telephone Advertising rates on request. Member Intercollegiate Press ism Conference. and the Southwestern Journal- Edilor Business Manager.. Sports Editor .George Hine Jr. Bert Mann Assistant Editors Editorial Assistants.. Feature Editor Religious Editor Cartoonist Dalmon McNair 1 Lee Watson Ben Brock 1 Ernest Welsh Jr. I Dub Mason Ann Caroihers .Danny Williams Staff Writers- Fine Arts Editor- Assistant Business Manager. .Dorothy Crabtree I Dudley Williams James Winter ..Clifton Lawhorne ..Nathan Ivey QbouuHf SPi&HKjtU ojj CduccUion Marked by a progressive department of educa...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 10 June 1949

THE H-IU BRAND hul We Must Save Natural Resources-Murray i''h'p'- . i'y. '? 4 m;; r tawkk i? ii Frita Aim It 1MI 4UIl XLMH ' Js . y B .J bBC K . Mi. -iH W'. t "v X K.& JMIKLt-r .1h4r..FVT.-'lnft" '4M ftBMT '.-. :-j v - tt-.-r m . rh ' a.. aiBBnf mt uik. j wm-rr r thb i 4 c?i & Editor's note: The following article is the commencement ad- dress delivered to the lfl(49 Har-din-Simmons university gradu- ating class by W. J. Murray chairman Railroad Commission of Texas. It is printed in the Brand verbatim on the requests of stu- dents and friends of the univer- sity. By WILLIAM J. MURRAY JR. Texas Railroad Commission Dr. Richardson Members of the Faculty Students of Hardin-Sim-mons University and Friends. To say that I am honored to appear before you on this occasion is an understatement. To my certain knowledge many great men and able speakers have appeared on this platform to address the grad- uating classes of Hardin-Simmons University. I feel extremely hum- blej therefore whe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 10 June 1949

feft 4 TOT H-1U BRAND Friday Jmm 10 1MI Lvs-o C- sr -. . (Lw v "WW fiwa Kl Ea Forty-four Hardin-Simmons students were granted bachelor of business administration degrees May 30 at the 57th annual com- mencement. The students grouped in the Sandefer-Memorial building were the first in the history of the university to receive bachelor of business administration degrees. President 'Richardson conferred the degrees and William J. Murray chairman of the Texas Railroad Commission delivered the Address. We Must Save- (Continued from Page 3) -standard of living. Never in mod- ern times has there been a great- er need for clear thinking re- moved as far as possible from emotionalism and traditionalism. NeVer has there been a greater need for high-minded leadership divorced from partisan self-seeking. Fortunately we are armed with such knowledge' as man has never before possessed; if we are intelligent and courageous enough to use that knowledge we may yet escape the crash of civilization." L...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 10 June 1949

t 4 3 Friday Jun 10 IMS A JUm to. tU SxXdUto From the Editor's "Files By DALMON McNAIR Brand Sporls Ediiqr Mr. Berry Appling Park Springs Texas Dear Berry You have drawn a lot of good comment on the swell columns you wrote for the Brand last year as sports editor but let me tell you and Dwayne right now that you had it easy. Berry you had a football sea- son a top-notch basketball team spring sports and several other happenings to write about. But friend it's tough now. We're in the thick of summer school and there just isn't anything going on in the sporting world. Most of those Cowden-Paxton residents have left for the summer leaving only about six to inhabit the athletic dorm during the hot months. Not that I blame them; I suppose those little rooms over there can get awfully hot these days. Bob McChesney All - Border Conference end last season whose name appeared in your column with consistency is up in New York this summer B.rother How- ard is still around but probably won't be...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 10 June 1949

pt THE H-SU BRAND Friday Jun 10 IMS Hi & Hine and Mann Head Brand Staff George Hine Jr. and Bert Mann will head the summer Brand staff as editor and business manager respectively the publications com- mittee has announced. Hine who served as business manager during the regular term for the Brand is a senior-journalism major hailing from Lincoln- ton North Carolina while-Mann 1949 Bronco editor is a senior business administration major from Decatur. Another former editor of the Bronco Nathan Ivey will serve as assistant business manager. Boss of the sport page will be Dalmon McNair senior journalism major from Gilmer. Ann Caroth- ers who served as exchange edi- tor for the regular term Brand will be the feature editor. Other members of the staff in- clude Lee Watson and Ben Brock assistant editors; Dub Mason and Ernest Welsh Jr. editorial as- sistants; Danny Williams re- ligious editor; Dorothy Crabtree cartoonist; and Clifton Lawhorn fine arts editor. Nf"vf C. ill. Presley Credi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 17 June 1949

x j"i.' aHHBB5r !HttH uBVTLV MI JiBtiF KMlBiB 'HV KmKtf J3 jSray -BBm SEKKKm4r .flfluPHj JBKjtUjK iEH HEmKk) swimSj VoL XXXIII H-SU ABILENE TEXAS FRIDAY JUNE 17 1949 NO. 34 ft Sandefer Memorial Dedication All University Picnic June 23 At State Park The annual All-University pic- nic will be held at State Park Thursday June 23 Glen Bur- roughs student council president has announced. All students and faculty members are invited to attend the picnic sponsored by the university. Miss Mary Collins dietician of the university dining hall and E. W. Ledbetter university business manager will head the food com- mittee for the annual feed. Tom Guimarin assistant busi- ness manager and J. C. Gay su- perintendent of the university's buildings and grounds are in charge of arrangements for the picnic Dean W. A. Stephenson Registrar A. B. Lee and student Prexy Glen Burroughs are on the transportation committee. Otho Polk director of physical education Mrs Ethel Trice physi- cal education instruct...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 17 June 1949

Page 2 ' THE H-8U BRAND Friday June 17 1149 $lw i$-m Irani! A weekly college newspaper published every Friday during the summer sessions by the Hardin-Simmons Press Club in the interest of the Student Body of Hardin-Simmons University. Entered as second class mail matter June 22 1917 at the Post Office at Abilene Texas under the Act of March 3 1879. Editorial Office: GI Hall Hardin 4627. Advertising rates on request. Member Intercollegiate Press and the Southwestern Journal- ism Conference. Editor.. Business Manager.. Sports Editor Assistant Editors Editorial Assistants Feature Editor Religious Editor Cartoonist Staff Writers i Fine Arts Editor Assistant Business Manager.. JZet'4 Make ym All Run Nomination blanks for the summer queen haye been placed in the bookstore and will remain there until June 21 the day before election. At press time this week only a handfull of girl's names appeared on the nomination blanks. Only senior girls who will graduate this summer are eligible to com...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 17 June 1949

Friday Jun 17 IMS THE H-8U BRAND Paf 3 MV Hfc From the Editors Files By DALMON McNAIR Brand Sports Editor Things were really humming around the campus last fall. Back in the spring the activity ran high on' the intramural Softball courts Parramore Field where the football boys ran through spring drills on the baseball dia- mond and the Field House where Jack Martin tried out aspirants and ran his future varsity through workouts. Now however the picture has changed. Most all the athletes are away for the hot months; there isn't any football or basketball or "baseball. It even rains so much in West Texas now that there haven't been too many good ten- nis playing days. Looks like a dull summer unless students change their athletic thoughts from the campus to the downtown area where there is a little activity going on these summer months. "The Abilene Blue Sox come home occasionally and play be- fore some big crowds. The Blue Hose are currently in second place breathing down the neck of...

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