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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 24 September 1949

THEH-iUMAKD SatutdUy lytmWr ti 1MI Pat Beasley Wins First In Stunt Night Program Pat Beasley a Hunter Hall freshman won first place for composing both words and music to several songs in the frosh stunt night last Monday evening. Marilyn Walker from Smith Hall took second place honors for singing "When Irish Eyes Are Smiling." Sara Garrett the "Sec- ond term freshman" from Hun- ter tied for third with Eddie Bell vof Ferguson Hall who played "Dorsey's Boogie." Mary Frances Hall started things off with Joyce Harrison Mary Jane Smith Joyce Sides Betty Lou Daniel Wynama Boss and Blllie Harris in a hill billy skit. They also had a piano player and singer. After the Mary Frances skit Dalton Galloway gave a twirling act. "Kangaroo Court" took place in the Hunter Hall entree. Sally Bishop Prls Ward Mary Jo Wat- son Bobby Hale Barbara Nichols Frances Waddell Gall Dyer Pat- School of Business Adds 5 Instructors Five new members have been added to the School of Business Administration taff acc...

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

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 1 October 1949

THE H-SU BRAND Saturday. OetoUr i 1MI 'SDITORAILS.... WUh 9hcU1 Count Last week-end some twenty thousand anxious football fans in Cincinnati Ohio watched intently us the final moments of a tense game drew nenr. The score now stood 27 to 21. Cincinnatians had for- gotten themselves when Hook Davis had returned the leather from a line kick-off all the way back to pay dirt in one dodging eluding run. Only five minutes left to piny and . . . well we know the rest only too well. We recovered the ball on downs at our doorstep and struggled madly with it to within inches of the opposite goal and a tic in the game . . . yet all the determination and will power which could bo "mustered were futile when the final count was taken. The score did not reveal the inches by which a game was won that night. We from Hnrdin-Simtnons may view with pride the team which tried so hard yet lost. It is when one hns done his very best and still comes out on the rough end that he is to be commended. Certainly...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 1 October 1949

thirdly October 1 149 THE H-StJ BRAND 5 k J - t x K 4 Alii I $9S 4 sm A .Jy fLif taM ""lfy K CtfvW B YOUNG BUT POTENT That's the Button football team pictured above. After a gratifying win over the hapless Ranger Junior College Rangers week before last the freshmen will be after their second victory of tho season whon they meet th highly touted San Angelo Junior College Kangaroos in San Angelo next Thursday. Coaching the team are Al Milch and Leon "Speed" Cooper former stalwarts in the varsity Cowboy line. Boxing Team to Start Daily Workouts Monday "The biggest and best" is the wishes of Coach Murray Evans as preparations get underway for another colorful year of boxing when the gloves and mitts are brought in Monday afternoon in Marston Gym. Such Golden Gloves hopefuls as Bill "Punchy" Burkhart wel- terweight runner-up for tho state Golden Gloves champion- ship; J ames "Cotton" Fowler another heavy contender for tho featherweight crown: Fred Mo- rales twice state winner in the Glov...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 1 October 1949

THE H-SU BRAND (Saturday OctolwtlIHI Paft4 McChesney President; Givens Senior Secretary Howard McChesney co-captain of the Cowboy football team was chosen president of the senior class in an election held Wednes- day morning. McChesney who plays center for the Cowboys hails from Van Nuys Calif. Ann Givens whose home is Texarkana was elected secretary. Other senior officers will be elect- ed next Wednesday after chapel. . o Service Band Presents Sweetwater HS Program An assembly program at Sweet- water High School Wednesday morning was the Life Service Band's first extension trip ac- cording to Extension Vice-President Pat Craig. The Life Service Band will be in charge of the services Sunday at the Calvary Baptist Church near Sweetwater. Those wishing to go on Band trips must be members of the Life Service Band which meets at 6:45 every Tuesday evening in Ross-Adams Hall. HOWARD McCHESNEY Senior Class President Riding School- (Continucd from Page 2) mounts consist of youngsters of th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 8 October 1949

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 8 October 1949

fytm-yf w V-r H THE H-iU BRAND Saturday October 9 lt4l A Girl's Room. 1918 A Boy'i Room 1918 An Early Art Class Girls in Home Economics "IW1 BHlHHHlHHB "'-'9'-V!J IBBBBBBBBBBBBL . .BBl bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbIbBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBWbbbbbbbbbbIbbbbi nBBBBBBm '': jEBBBBBBBBBBBBBL'iiBBl HHBKPVHB BsBBBBBBBBHA?SBBBBBBBwSBmBBiBBrM"SBBBBl bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbIbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbb ' .iTLiil .bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbk ivi 'BHHH "V- I ;T NT' c a: Ki ' tAT- - ? U ' v 5 ' .v EDITORIALS.... jEoakiHf IZackuMiftd This is a memorable day in the history of Hardin- Simmons University. It is a time when we mny stop momentarily in the rush of campus growth and look back upon the days which made this greatness possible; to a man who more than any other was responsible for what we are today. It is therefore fitting that the newest and finest structure of which he dreamed be named after him. In keeping with the backward glance we have atte...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 8 October 1949

Saturday October t lMt THE H-SU BRAND vy' BORDER Br DICK BjBJtt)BjMBflBJBahjiaivLJkksS! BBBBBj! ' sV"PBBBl BBbSV "bH kJ''' '' MBBBBBBH BBBs-"'-Hr B BBBj ':BI MB ' 'Mt '" ' BOB McCHESNEY Hope you will bear with me while yours truly tries to give you The Brand readers a few sports facts concerning you and the "forty acres." From time to time wo hope to present interest- ing topics of discussion about our own Cowboy footballers boxers basketballers baseballers and others. To begin with I would like to compliment that All-Border Con- ference end from Van Nuys Cali- fornia none other than Bob Mc- Chesney for his excellent work in helping the Cowboys defeat the Tempe Sun Devils. In the game last Saturday night in which H- SU dealt the Sun Demons a 34-13 licking Bob accounted for three Mason's Mis-Cues By DUB MASON Last week almost every team I picked to win lost. Now that ain't good so I fired the old crone who was giving me the bum steer and purchased for myself one slightly used A3 -2 1...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 8 October 1949

THE H-IU BRAND Saturday October 1 lMt ' S ial Train Is Planned or Cowpoke-Lobo Clash A special train to carry stu- dents faculty and fans to the H-SU and New Mexico football game in Odessa November 15 has been planned according to E. W. Lcdbetter business man- ager. The train is being sponsored by the Cowboy Club an organization of local men through the interest of the student body. It will be a separate train and will carry a minimum of 300 and a maximum of 500. Plans are made for the train to leave about 12:15 noon Satur- day and the time to return will be announced. Among those mak- ing the trip will be the Cowboy Band Cowgirls the newly organ- ized Rangers and parties of local fans. Upon arrival in Odessa there will be 'a parade through the business district of town. The Ex- students association and business men of Odessa will furnish trans- portation from town to the foot- ball stadium and back. Tickets for the trip which will go on sole Monday morning in the business office ar...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 15 October 1949

M V MMfceMdta Hut Vote Vol. XXXIV H-SU ABILENE. TEXAS SATURDAY OCTOBER IS 1949 No. 5 New Announcement Method To Be In Use Wednesday Homecoming Activities Bring Big Attendance Editorials have come and gone but nothin' has been done about them. We're still knocking the ex- haust pipes out of our autos on the parking lot and having trouble getting to S. M. Hall. Why? No- body else complains except him- self. So those of you who don't like what's wrong tell 'cm so . . . our cars arc already knocked down. Ferguson Hall add: Slime save your money so you can buy one of our fine slightly used themes at reasonable rates. See (cen- sored). Here's Congrats to that peppy new Cowboy Band Drum Major. Keep up the good work Don. We must bow to Dr. Richard- son; he certainly knows how "to cheer up those dreary chapel hours. By the way some students have been complaining that they did not get to hear- about the Bees last year. You can't let us down again Mr. President. Judging from the noise Satur- d...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 15 October 1949

Pftfe2 THE H-SU BRAND Saturday October 18. IMS . Sa Ueu Sou Question: Should the boys have a cheering section? Howard Milburn "Yeah man I And we will if there's any school spirit at all. Let's push it. I Bob Moore "If the competitive bunch (Cowgirls) are for it which they arc then all the guys should really back it I will." Doris Baze Yes because boys can make more noise than girls. Mary Nunley "I think the boys should have a cheer- ing section because their voices carry farther and they can get more force behind the yells." Jay Cole "The fellows arc a hoisjvlot aren't they?" Rufus Roberts "I am all for an organization like this on the campus for it would be a good chance for the boys to get together." James Tyler "It would be7 a good thing 1 Boys have the force and don't mind yelling and our football games need some of that." Pat Beasley "It wouldn't hurt. It might help in- crease spirit and wo certainly need it and besides if there was an organized boys cheer section the girls wou...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 15 October 1949

Saturday October 18 1949 THE H-SU BRAND 9a S . Cowpokes Clash With Loboes On Neutral Field Tonight Br MORT EDELSTEIN Undefeated in two Border Con ference starts the Cowboys will play their next loop tilt on a neu tral field in Odessa Saturday night. Coach Warren B. Woodson's Cowboys will meet the University of New Mexico Lobos. The Cow boys hold conference wins over Arizona State (Tempo) 34-13 and Arizona University 35-0. Last Saturday night the Cow boys displayed a strong defense that kept the Wildcats in their own territory most of the game. The Cowboys already known for a power-packed running and passing attack manufactured three first-half scores and two in the third period to win over the Arizona U. Wildcats. Paced by the twwel-hipped speed merchant Wilton "Hook" Davis the win conscious Cowboys will probably start the same line- up that whitewashed Arizona U. F. B. Chick Tiger L. H. Pat Bailey H. R. Brooks Allen Q. B. John T. Ford L. E. Bob McChes- noy R. E. Elmer Biddy L. T. J...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 15 October 1949

fr P4 THE H-SU BRAND Saturday October IS IMS A Cappella Will Present Program For Convention Poe Organization Meet at ACC There is to be a centennial ob- servance of the death of Poe American poet and short story writer at 8:15 p. m. on Oct. 20 in McKlnzie Hall Abilene Chris- tian College. The program will be presented by the Poe Centenary of Abilene chairman Thomas Bledsoe has announced. Serving as master of ceremo- nies will be Mrs. L. E. Dudley Abilene Woman's Club literature chairman. The short story "Li- gcia" prepared by Dr. C. J. Malonc is to be read by Cecil Rutherford H-SU senior speech major. Another paper read by Gray Browne will be on the sub- ject The Poe Commemorative Stamp. Poems on the program for the evening plus the reader include: "To Helen" Mrs. A. B. Morris ex-faculty member of ACC speech department; "The Raven" Ed- ward J. J. Kramar; "Annabel Lee" Sam Pendergast Abilene High student. Miss A. M. Carpenter head of the H-SU art department will have sketches of Poe ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 22 October 1949

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 22 October 1949

r Pafol THE H-SU BRAND Saturday October 22 1MI EDITORIALS.... jolt a JlitiU QoofHtoUUm Now let's see . . . we should have a pretty good cheer- ing what with the Pep Squad the Rhythm Band and the Mange-rs giving it their best. However it seems that lately these three service or- ganizations have failed to realize that their duty is to direct the student body in support of the team. Instead they have spent this time addressing each other by the names above during the games. Our homecoming was one of the most successful in his- tory because everyone more or less filled his responsibility as part of something more important than individuals or organizations ... he became a part of a great institution for a day. Whether it was just the let down or the rush of an out-of-town game is uncertain but things have been becoming worse rather than better. The cheer leaders were often forced to take a back seat or follow along with some eager boosters who in- sisted on launching out the yells ahea...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 22 October 1949

. - Vr'Vf Saturday October 32 1149 THE H-SU BRAND ) TRAIL DUST By BLIZZARD WINTER As our friend down at the Reporter-News would say "them Hardin-Slmmoncs' really looked good Saturday night didn't they? The Odessa fans as well as the portion of the student body who were there had the opportunity to see a couple of comparatively newcomers In the Cowboy back- field turn In real performances against the Lobos of New Mexico. You have already guessed by what you saw or what someone has told you that we arc speaking of Bob Hart and Gene Offield. The faithful few from the Forty Acres saw Hart who got his first real opportunity to perform take to the air lanes and complete six passes for a total of 112 yards for the Waddles. This performance will probably gain Hart full rec- ognition in the Rancher backfield. Another busy young man on the Odessa Bronco turf last week- end was Gene (Sandy) Offield. Aragon Roberts Head Freshman Basketballers Arthur Aragon of Las Vegas N. M. and Larry Roberts L...

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

Pat 4 THE H-SU BRAND Saturday. October 32 1M9 Itinerary Slated . For Cowgirl Band A tour to South Texas one- day tours and a chapel program are on the fall agenda for the Cowgirl band. The 35 members of the band will leave for their first tour of the year to South Texas after December 1. Featured on the tour will be Mary Jane Smith with her accordian a vocal trio and a vocal soloist. Before the tour the band will make one or two trips to near- by towns and will also present a chapel program. Uniforms for the new members of the band are being made. Also new music much of it of the Eopular and novelty type has een ordered. "There is still room for new members in the band" says H. Bryce Jordan assistant professor of music education and director of the Cowgirl band. "We would especially like to have some trom- bone French horn bass and cor- net players. Officers of the band arc Betty Roberts president; Bobbie Har- dest y vice-president; Barbara Brown secretary-treasurer; Bar- bara Davis...

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

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

THE H-SU BRAND Saturday Octeht it v I fi- ll hi -f ij?-. EDITORIALS.... The orange and white of Texas Western College will be much in evidence on the Hardin-Simmons campus to- day. Accompanying the TWO football squad here for tonight's Border Conference tilt will be the Miner band drum corps Gold'Diggcrs and a large number of student fans. The trip to Abilene is this year's student trip for the El Paso group. A rousing welcome from us as their hosts can help make it a trip they will remember. Plans have been made for H-SU bands and organizations to meet the special train. Upon its arrival there will be a pep rally and a downtown parade in which students from both schools will participate. The student council is arranging other social activities for the visitors during their stay on our campus. Tonight's game promises to be an important one as far as conference standings arc concerned. But however keen the competition between the two schools may be on the gridiron supporters can best...

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

javnam v ..' 'X$irSZ-M 3 -? - ..."" U i' V Saturtffy October 29 194S THE H-SU BRAND Cowhands Miners Meet In Top BC Game Today 1st Place at Stake RIDIN' HERD By DICK COLLINS 'JTtTiVP' rssiiBtK&"i"- - ' rfrm t-" ' I -N Football fans will get n glimpse of two of the best teams in the whole Border Conference this week when the Cowboys and Miners exchange forces and try to break the tie they both own In the league. Both teams did not fare so well as was expected but each team was playing up to their knees in mud and water. The Cowboys had a tough time in breaking even with the Cou- gars and the Ore Diggers luckily blocked a New Mexico punt on the Lobos 10 yard marker to set up their only TD of the game. The two teams were fairly even until the break came for the TWC team. Well enough for the fanfare and on to a couple of players who helped give the Pokes their tying touchdowns last week (if you haven't already guessed the pair ore Dunnic Goode and John Ford). Johnny flipped 36 passes...

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