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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 22 July 1949

pcr4 THE H-SU BRAND Friday July 22 1S49 Dr. John Finley Williamson cenler. president of Westminster Choir college George Lynn right also from Princeton and Euell Porter left H-SU voice professor are shown in front of 65 Texans six New Mexicans and four Louisianans who were presented in a concert Saturday at Behrens ChapeL Some 1000 people attended the chorus school concert. Polk Practices What He Preaches In Class By JAMES BEAM Otho M. Polk as head of the H-SU physical education depart- ment practices what he preaches. He follows health rules and health habits and maintains his per- sonal skills. Polk sets a good example for his students by staying with the BBBkM ': '' .ABB bbRI-; v bM BBBBBEn " BBB1 bkH: -":w '":IB bbbbk.'VoB ifc iBBBBBa Hi ; im KL- ti. jKB&v2BBBfl BvBvBvx& ''' 'tBwfiilSvBvfl BBB KIBWBwBwB BBBV '-kv sKBBfl L NjlifwBwBBBBl Bt iflNHf "UBbBBI &' MB BbISsI Week-end visitors on the H-SU campus were Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Steadman coach at Seminole. Steadman capt...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 29 July 1949

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

Pag 2 Friday July 29 1949 THE H-IU BRAND GJhp -&TH 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: GI Hall Hardin-Simmons University Telephone Advertising rates on request. Member Intercollegiate Press and the Southwestern Journals ism Congress. Editor Business Manager Assistant Editor Assistant Business Manager. Editorial Assistant Staff Writers Cartoonist' Society Editor. George Hine Jr. Bert Mann ..: Dudley Williams . Nathan Ivey Ben Brock Dub Mason James Winter f James Beam ..Dorothy Crabiree ..Rosemary Shelton Afeeded ec4ecy fob Atomic Planl Head-knocking in the Congressional investigation of the Atomic Energy Commission has finally battered down to the basic issue. The A. bomb question has always been ...

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

Friday July 2f. 1141 THE H-SU BRAND Pag 3 ' A l ' n j m lT' 11 H-SU Queen to Be Married August 18 Virginia (Cinderella) Smith and her future groom received a letter this week from the producers of the American Broadcasting com- pany show Bride and Groom. The letter contained detailed instruc- tions for their trip to Hollywood. Miss Smith and her fiance John Griffin were instructed to be in Hollywood on Monday August 15. They will be married on the show August 18. The program will be transcribed and released for broadcasting about September 15. Cinderella made known her wish to be married on the show at the time of her recent corona- tion as Queen of the Forty Acres and Leo Reynolds program di- rector of radio station KRBC helped to make her wish come true.1' He wrote a letter to John Nelson master of ceremonies of the show in which he stated Miss Smith's qualifications Miss Smith's fiance John Grif- fin is an Abilene pharmacist. And a 9t Qoei.- By JANE KADE Truett Sheriff director o...

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

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 29 July 1949

Friday July 29 1949 THE H-SU BRAND Page 5 Scott Resigns As Frosh Cage Coach Accepts Coaching Job At Levelland School Bill rrrrW .irrrH rrrrrrrrrrrv LrrrrrrrrLV BtVI- JllnlCHv H tLHiilliiiRRRHRRRH BILL SCOTT eft-SK 4fee - - Juniors and Sophomores Dominate Houston Team HOUSTON. Juniors and soph- omores dominate Coach Clyde Lee's University of Houston foot- ball roster as the 1949 season ap- proaches. Several junior college transfers and players with high school ex- perience will join the 44-man squad for two-a-day workouts be- ginning September 1. Five linemen and two backs are seniors who form the nucleus of lettermen. Fifteen juniors 18 sophomores and four freshmen are also holdovers from last sea- son. Backfield standouts in spring training were halfbacks Boyd Tingle and Max Clark quarter- back Alan Neveux and fullback Aubrey Baker. Tingle is a pass- grabbing 175-pounder who has run the 100-yard dash in 9.9 sec- onds. In spite of his weighing only 155 Clark was one of the leading C...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 29 July 1949

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 29 July 1949

Friday July 21 1141 THE H-IU BRAND Page 7 fc 17300 Legion Posts To Aid Veterans In Insurance Refunds Indianapolis I n d. National headquarters of the American Le- gion has announced that prepara- tions are underway in the more than 17300 posts of the Legion to aid and assist World War II vet- erans in applying for dividend payments on their national Serv- ice Life Insurance. According to the Veterans ad- ministration approximately 16- 000000 took out 20000000 policies during World War II. Payment of a special National Service Life Insurance dividend amounting to $2800000000 has been authorized by the VA commensing in Janu- ary. V. A. has advised that special application forms are now being IfUitaU OmUted Three Courses Given By Art Department Three art courses are being of- fered the second six weeks term A. M. Carpenter head of the de- partment has announced. They are courses in leather craft draw- ing and painting and one for ele- mentary teachers. The arts in craft working leath- ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 29 July 1949

Page 8 THE H-SU BRAND Friday July 21 ltlfl Robert Wilson Named as Range Editor for Bob Wilson KHSU station man- ager will edit the 1949 Range "Guide according to Bill Tolbert president of the student body. The Range Guide is a student publication that lists all the stu- dents of H-SU their classification their address and telephone num- bers. It also lists the social calen CHANGES JOB Charles Siks H-SU graduate and who formerly lead the Cowboy band through their famous cowilep is now directing the music for a Lawn religious meeting which got underway July 22 and continues through July 31. Forty Acres - - (Continued from Page 7) of psychology. Here is the short story angle again. All stores are slanted for a certain type of read- er. Magazines have their own style to suit a specific group of persons. In a general magazine with a little of everything thrown in there are shorts for mother fath- er and the children. For in- stance; there's Mother. Perhaps she is involved at the moment i...

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

? .tfwJCi VtWtMt VoL XXXIII H-SU. ABILENE TEXAS. FRIDAY. AUGUST 5. 1949 No. 41 ;&3BBBBBBWrttWjiB7BBBKaH9BBBH -riv&irjir:t:v.jm!?ttmaamr?2?iimvBmirmmmmmFr ttzmfkw?- - 1 IT. TMm.nZ .. a-. ..jvnnvrflnAH.AaBW klWTVlnW '7tPinHlLTIl 113BlM3rnnV3 H !.AJ9.- ' ' .- Tf TT' T II II i i 1M(1 .. -Wff.J ' '"VTTW" . ......t .".--. .. .... - .- .. ... - - . . . T- . ..-- . ? a "':ini M.iuviKWirj 'U;jBWiMg?gfrrc ....-.- . -. "'--.-As.i'-o'-:ns: FIFTY STUDENTS WILL RECEIVE MASTER OF ARTS DEGREES IN SUMMER COMMENCEMENT 9 Instructors To Conduct Tenth Annual Band School A faculty consisting of nine instructors has been named to conduct the tenth annual Band School to be held on the Hardin- Simmons university campus Aug- ust 15-27 Marion B. McClure director has announced. The school headed by Milburn E. Carey director of the Phillips University concert band of Enid Oklahoma will offer courses in coaching classes in conducting harmony and musicianship. Instructors for the music camp include Burges...

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

Pftff 2 THE HSU BRAND Friday August 5 1A4I RESPONSIBILTY RESTS WITH INDIVIDUALS FOR PEACE By' DUDLEY WILLIAMS If the United Nations fails to -keep the peace it will not be a failure of the governments of the world; it will be the failure of the peoples of the world is the opin- ion of Dean W. A. Stephenson head of the government depart- ment of Hardin-Simmons univer- sity. There is individual responsibil- ity resting on every man woman boy and girl to work for peace said Dean Stephenson. He went on to point out what we as indivi- duals in H-SU and other schools could do in the struggle to keep the peace. We can study the peo- ples of other countries and their problems. When we understand them our conduct toward them is going to be different. We can en; courage the teaching of aims and objectives of the U. N. and find out what the U. N. is doing and give it publicity. We can lend our support to such agencies as United Nations Economic; Social and-Cultural Organization which probably ...

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

Friday Aufiut 5 IMS THE H-tU BRAND . 9 i :i 4 ; 50 Football Candidates Report September 1 "Cowboys to Play Home Games At Parrainore Stadium Followers of the Hardin-Sim-mons university Cowboy football team will not have to leave the campus when the Woodsonmen show their wares on the home front. For the first time since 1942 Hardin-Simmons university will play its home football games on the campus field Parramore stad- ium it has been announced by the school's athletic committee. Three home tilts are scheduled for the 1949 season North Texas State on Sept. 17; University of Arizona' on Oct. 8; and Texas Western on Oct. 29. President Rupert N. Richardson said the reason for switching the games from Fair Park stadium to Parramore Field is that a campus game makes it more convenient for the students. Also he reason- ed that an on-the-campus game gave the alumni a better oppor- tunity to visit with friends and to see the "familiar scenes of yester- day." Hardin - Simmons McMurry ACC and A...

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

Pa4 v THE H-IU BRAND Friday August 5 1141 Sunday School Workers To Meet September 7-9 The world's largest Sunday School convention will meet in San Antonio September 7-9. Over 5000 Sunday School workers 4rom aii 0Ver Texas are expected at the conference being planned by the state Sunday School de- partment of the Baptist General Convention of Texas. Nine well-known pastors edu- cators Sunday School leaders and teachers are to speak before the convention. Fourteen others will lead conferences for every age- group as wel as special confer- ences on music library work and church architecture. Arrangements for the meeting are being made by Andrew Q. Al- len state secretary for the Sun- day School department. Dr. W. L. Howse Ft. Worth is president of the state organization and will preside at the convention. Sessions of ther three-day meeting are to be held in the First Baptist church and the municipal audi- torium San Antonio. Among the speakers to appear before the Sunday School work- ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 18 September 1949

H-SU Favoi As 5 Vol: XXXIV Pnetixfleiti Again we are starting a school year. Students from some twenty states and scores of Texas counties have gath- ered here with great plans and high hopes. It is always in- spiring to welcome new stu- ments. Young men and wom- en we hope to catch at least a part of your enthusiasm and we pledge our best efforts to see to it that Hardin-Simmons University does not fail you. In gathering here you join a host of students who will go to college this fall. The college cannot work any miracle in your life. What it means to you depends largely upon your own efforts. For decades and for centuries the colleges have been turning out men and women whose influence in so- ciety is far out of proportion to their numbers. We have every reason to expect that in tHe years ahead college gradu- ates will likewise play an im- portant part in all affairs. We cannot do better than repeft the old admonition so often given to students in other years a reminder that befo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 18 September 1949

n j. v - v W4r' -t. v . THE H-1U Bl Saturday Sejiemket IT fo IU9 " SDlTORAlLS.... 7!4 AchUummtHt Once more we come to that little duty of ours the wel- come speech. We are supposed to tell all the Freshmen about how wonderful college life it and greet the upper classmen with open arms. This is expected year after year from the editorial column so year upon year the flowery speeches read something like this : "Howdy gals and guys and welcome to Hardin-Sim-mons University the school where everyone is a friend and where sports are tops." v "It is a pleasure to have so many new students on our campus this year may you enjoy H-SU as much as those before you have." "We of the Brand staff welcome you who are here for the first time to our campus. May your life here be al- ways happy." "Freshman if you want to have a great number of col- lege friends just remember to keep a smile on your face at all times. ..." ... Although we do not wish to seem pessimistic it seems however that some of th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 18 September 1949

ft m ; -v. V v i Itiurday September 17 1949 THE H-SU BRAND 't M'tilH "::!jBBH7v9BHiBBt' vbbbLH vSaSSBSSM ubbbb-b? JBBBBBBBBMBwr IS9S9S9S9SB 'kkkkkkkVV'lkkkVkkkKPb99fl . Jr sIPxBBBBBBBV 3TViBBBMd?iBBBBVK4'rBBBV -sLjfllBBkkkV u ?M3BjBHflLHPJn&' r -H BmM4BlBlBBBBUBBBBBBBK?v --J3ssbbbbbebbbVBbwuSSb1 BJHHHHHHHHHHHHHHB. yaP p; IsBBHaBBbbbHBpBBBB bBKi- "'E" ? BBm2BBBBBBH&I8bBBBBm '.H ix kf "iFMK.i ffr MJninir?7s2BV JKwM ninBVBflBBBBBBnBVBSB90niBBBBBBflBVBBMBHHBBBBl A TRIO OF THREE YEAR LETTERMEN will lead lho Hardin- Simmons Cowboyi for the 1949 pigskin season that calls for an eleren game card with the opener staled for tonight with the highly touted North Texas State Eagles. Reading left to right are: subcaptain Howard McChesney who will do his playing in center; Pat Bailey who serves as head captain and the Cowboys' number two yardmaker in the 1946 campaign and subcaptain Earl Straw- berry Rowan twice an All-Border Conference tackle. Back Two Linemen Lead 1949 Season For 'Pokes ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 18 September 1949

& THE H-fU BRAND aturday UpHm)t IT 1MI "W "v. XI J I J 1 VOCE I liTKUT M HMBrtMBMHahn mmmm I " .P nm " r5T JfJ-T fczn! " J1-1 R fc t'lMvl ' I i l?i 5 I f P5I - T2 1 I ffifl &l w x I r-ia J J fl ' I AMBLER AVE. T I I I Atini c9n is mmm I 1. Pntidant't Hornet 2 Farguson Dormitory for mem 3 Rote Field House; 4 Manion Gym natlumt 5 Tennlt Courts 8 Sandefer Memorial Library and Administration Building; 7 Ticket Of- fice; 8 Parramore Stadium; 9 Abilene Hall; 10 Cowden-Paxton Dormitory for football players; 11 The Corral (Gymnasium); 12 Veterans' Administration Building; 13 Bookstore; 14 Behrens Chapel; 15 Science Hall; 16 Caldwell Hall; 17 Heating Plant; 18 G. I. Hall; 19 JUeMes; 20 Smith Dormitory; 21 Dining Hall; 22 Old Library; 23 Mary Frances Dormitroy for girls; 24 Hunter Hall Dormitory for girls; 25 Senior Hall girls' dormitory; 26 University Apartments; Reee-Adams.LU.ServlMJBaud-BxtiMfaig. Eight Additions- (Continued from Page 1) in speech and conduct the ad- vanced worksho...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 24 September 1949

Hide. tUe BeaAcatd join tUm GluUcU Sunday Vol. XXXIV H-SU ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 24. 1949 NO. 2 1949 Enrollment Drops As Student Vets Graduate Registration for the fall term students slightly less than at this i Final registration will be fin- is nearly complete according to time last year. The freshman class ished this week and then an ac- Rcgistrar A. B. Lee. is larger than last year but there curate survey can be made Lee Enrollment now stands at 1730 arc about 100 less veterans. said. v vbEBBBBBBBH vK1-v aHMttflHk. flflBflfek9BBBBBBL2 " kVpSwflkkkkpkkkHi t jEQmffHkj!fBHRpiH V41 A v. mimmMBMIBBMiii ViV!&H$&jH9flBHflBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBH BHKHE&iillS SMkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkH STUDENT COUNSELING was used this year more than at any other time. Here a group of hopefuls talk over registration problems with Mrs. J. A. Beard and Margaret Rucker. Students are left to right. Jack Miles Abilene; David Sltton Abilene; Hervey Latham Bronte; Virginia Bush Childress and L...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 24 September 1949

w pt THE H-iU BRAND Saturday lattembar U. lMf : ri ; v.- L " i 5DlTORAlLS.... JuU A ittU Support It has been said that the school spirit is the essence of a student body. It seems that H-SU has politely dropped this "essence." Take the pep rally preceding the North Texas football game for instance. Student representation was very poor. It seems that too many people had other things to do and just couldn't quit make it out to support the team. The pep leadere were there. The band was there. The Cowgirls were there. Naturally the football players finished off the roster. All that was lacking was a ma- jority of the student body. Vfhen the football team has a game to play that is rep- resentative of the entire university the student body Bhojild at least show up at the rallies and show their interests Football players are only human. They like to know that people are behind them when they play. They like to know that the students want them to win. All the colorful organizations of the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 24 September 1949

V flrtwU-. iatuiday. -gtoabM :-it? I4l THE HSU BRAND . " ' I If ' HSU Cowboys Tackle Bearcats At Cincinnatti Ohio Tonight COWPOKES TO BE WELL-TRAVELED By DICK COLLINS It's no wonder the Hardin-Simmons Cowboys are air minded when they march on the gridiron to face their opponents. The Cowpokes will take to the air this season in order to fulfill their out-of-town football sched- ules. Coach Warren Woodson and his team will fly approximately 7594 air miles or 289920 passen- ger miles this season in going to and from their scheduled arrange- ments. ' The first of these flights was Thursday when the gridsters left Abilene Municipal airport for the game with the University of Cin- cinnati Bearcats. On October 1 they will travel on their second of a seven game air hop when they clash with the Arizona State Sun Devils of Tempe. Then on the 15th they will journey to Odessa for the H-SU and Univer- sity of New Mexico game which will be played on a neutral field. October 22 the Cowboys will b...

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