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

Ff4 THE H-f U BRAND Saturday Oetobt SI 1M4 Dr. Lunday Is Speaker At Pi Gamma Mu Meet The Hardln-Slmmons chapter o the Pi Gamma Mu honorary social science fraternity was es- tablished in 1029 but was re- voked during the depression for the lack of electing members. This summer after much dif- ficulty 54 seniors and graduates reorganized the chapter on our campus. All teachers of social sciences are members. Among the administration officers President R. N. Richardson Dean W. T. Walton Dean W. A. Stephenson are members. Dean Stephenson chairman of the government department' is president of the organization and Olin McCulley is secretary. New officers will be elected after the new members are taken into the chapter. Confusion among parents eco- nomic conditions crowded living conditions commitment of a crime while young and associa- tion with other criminals are im- portant factors in the paroling of juvenile delinquents Dr. Albert Lunday told those attending the meeting Thursday night...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 5 November 1949

eH-SU Gatmbayl yjrM!l3j3PEg8iEl5 v Vol. XXXIV H-SU. ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 5 1949 No. 8 A Cappella Choir to At BSU Convention After participating in a clinic with Robert Shaw yesterday aft- ernoon the Hardin-Simmons A Cappella choir left early this morning for Dallas where it will Radio Department Adds Ham Station The latest thing in the Radio field of Hardin-Simmons is the addition of a Ham Radio Station with James Berry serving as stu- dent director. According to Bob Todd Station Manager of KHSU the purpose of the station is to teach the techni- calities and the code of radio. Other members of the staff in- clude: Hcrshel Peak F.C.C. rep- resentative and Bruce Brooks faculty sponsor "The advantages of the Ham Station to H-SU" Todd stated is through contacts the station makes and the opportunity for experience for those interested in the technical side of radio." The station is working with KHSU in the radio department in promoting interest in the radio field. Council of ...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 5 November 1949

PafeS THE H-SU BRAND Saturday NovemBs-r S 1949 c-u. iK ' 1 i . ; . 1 1 i i j gfe Your C Wee Queen ! X777TTT7 w EDITORIALS.... Put top 0 Chapel programs hnvc lately been lousy. I think every- one will agree when wc say that the programs for the entire semester have been strictly from hunger with a few exceptions. The fact is simple and as follows: Students arc com- pelled to attend chapel whether they wish to do so or not. The theory that wc desire to set forth is this: Since stu- dents must attend chapel they should have interesting or beneficial programs possibly a combination of both. Now in fairness to the programs that wc the student body have endured this semester it must be said that a few of them were fine a few that is. But most of them are boring .some downright repulsive. Then there is the general run of speakers. "So glad to be here." "Such a fine group of young ladies and gentlemen." "My such a large group out to hear me speak today." Let an average student spend four ye...

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

Saturday November 5 1949 THE H-SU BRAND Pag 3 TRAIL By BLIZZARD Well wo around the Hardin- Simmons Forty Acres know that some miners went back to the pits after Saturday night don't wo Them Hardln-Slmmonsitos really did turn on the steam in that second half and showed the folks around tho Key City what a ball club they really were. The same old story was repeat- ed over again in the game against the Miners once the Waddles got rolling. The ever reliable Bob Mc- Chcsney was up to his old tricks of snagging the ball at the right time and when it counted. Nothing need be said about Wilton (Hook) Davis all the in- habitants of the Forty Acres will agree to one fact. This fact is that the Hooker can carry the ball with the best of them wheth- er they come from the South side of town or any where in the country. Line playing in the game (in the second half) was something that all coaches probably dream about. The Miners arc still won- dering how Strawberry Rowan Jerry Cooper Bob Surratt T...

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

Pag 4 THE H-SU BRAND Saturday Nowtntor 5 1MI Library Receives Recent Donation Do's And Don't's In Using Phones 1. When a conversation Is to be transferred from one station to another the party desiring the transfer should press down on hook of receiver several consecu- tive times rapidly to cause the light at switchboard to flash. This is a signal for operator to come on line and say "Your call please." You in turn should say "Transfer this party's call to sta- tion " and without breaking the contact with outside call that party may talk with another sta- tion. This saves time and expense especially on long distance calls when an outside party wishes Information from different sta- tions. 2. If a station wants a direct outside line so he may dial a number immediately upon taking the receiver off the hook press the hook down several consecu- tive times rapidly and the opera- tor will immediately give you an outside line. This saves time of operator answering "Your call please" and yo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 12 November 1949

f III I . See ObcltelttGf Play '"SHSjrJvvS&ocLM'HBQB'BVffBB bbHbbHJsSi? " Mw& dm'lM mm yrA " ?jy OyGBbMBbJbbw b1bW JbbbmbwbM IfS O II I - "" "" " ' """sSbIBB" S- Vol. XXXIV H-SU ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 12 1949 No. 9 Jessie Baxter O'Brien Rutherford Star In "Bill And The Widowmaker" Play bLLHbw. 'LLLH sk a jiLLLbbbH VV bbbbbbbbbf .bbW T . WHHHHBHMf wKK &&. m-.s.-m9& JEANNE BAXTER Nollio Voice Department Sets Two December Programs Nine Concerts Sung On A Cappella Tour The speedometer read 1550 miles when director Euell Porter and the Hardin-Simmons A Cap- pella choir returned home late Sunday night from a ground-covering tour. Accompanied by Dr. W. O. Bcazley assistant to the presi- dent the choir sang for the Texas Baptist general convention in El Paso Wednesday then rolled 650 miles back to Dallas to sing for another state-wide Baptist con- clave that of the Baptist Student Union on Saturday. Nine concerts were sung alto- gether on the trip. Besides the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 12 November 1949

i "- '""' THE H-SU BRAND farurda Motmmc It INI I' ' v T 'iir' fe . bvr.! EDITORIALS.... Ijowi AlamU A SJuuuUtf Several times each year Hardin-Simmons students par- ticipate in university elections. These elections are carried on in the manner approved by the Student Council con- stitution. However as evidenced by this week's queen election this method leaves much to be desired. The situation is this: Of the thirteen girls nominated for the honor there would be room for only the four or five who polled the greatest number of votes to partici- pate in the coronation ceremonies. The reason is simply that twelve attendants and their escorts PLUS the class favorites and Brand and Bronco sweethearts and their escorts PLUS those presenting the court entertainment equal a group far too large to be accommodated in the stage area where the coronation will be held. It must give the defeated candidates quite a let-down feeling to know that although each was the choice of a number of students sh...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 12 November 1949

H. aturday. NoYtnber 19 IMS THE H-IU BRAND ! RIDING HERD By DICK COLLIN3 A battle of the Bands was staged in Hollywood's Gllmore Stadium last Friday night when the Lions of Loyola played host to the Cowboys and Hardin-Slm-mons won. The Loyola Band tried their best to imitate the fast-stepping Cowboy Band but a few minutes of twirling the ropes and batons giving its version of "Embrace- able You" and forming the exact formation of the "World Famous" the Lions Band still did not get the long ovation which the H-SU group received as they cow- stepped off the field. The only thing the L. A. musical group didnTt try to perform was the cow- step for which the Cowboy Band is noted. Maybe they didn't try it because they knew they couldn't do it. I The rest of the H-SU delegation (the team and its publicity direc- tors) were treated like kings. The team and publicity men were both given a good ol' western welcome during their stay at the Hollywood-Roosevelt Hotel and in Los Angeles. An H-SU-...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 12 November 1949

Pat 4 THE M-IU 1RAHD iturday November 12 1MI University Male Quartet Is Experienced Traveled W !vv&HIEFWjrajEEE9EM.vAEEfl THE H-SU MALE QUARTET thli year U composed of (left to right) Maurice Alfred. HunUville; Billy Smith Bryatu Jimmy Loden Freeportj and Bob Smith Bryan. YWA's Make Nov. Plans By ELLEN DOYLE "Thanklgving in Thanksgiv- ing" was the theme of the first campus-wide meeting of YWA's this month. The meeting was held at Smith Hall last Tuesday eve- ning. Nadine Clements gave a devo- tion on "Being thankful that I'm a Christian." Joyce Harrison sang "Come Ye Thankful People" followed by a testimony on "What Thanksliving means to me" by Mary Lou O Rear. During the month of November Mary Frances Hall will be in charge of the community missions project: visiting the polio wards in Hendrick Memorial Hospital. Another project will be launched this month. Curtains will be made for the Old Folks Home. Each We try to serve We try to please And your pocketbook we try to ease. Co...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 19 November 1949

' Oh GourfuHfl (Up tke. Raided Vol. XXXIV H-SU. ABILENE. TEXAS SATURDAY NOVEMBER 19 1949 . No. 10 Church -Related Colleges Set Meeting Here November 22. 23 BaBBaaaalaaaBVaBBBMaa'MalBBaBa' HBHHHI.Bf jbsbibhbhby HHHHHBUHIIIiHIIHiBIB Dr. Don H. Morris A.C.C. H-SU Symyhony Group Sets Radio Broadcast The Hardin-Simmons Univer- sity Symphony Orchestra under the direction of Dr. Herbert M. Preston will be aired through the remote facilities of KHSU Tuesday night Nov. 15 Bruce Brooks radio coordinator of KHSU announced this week. Jimmy Wilkes junior student from Stcphenville will produce the show and Joe Clements sen- ior from Hamlin serve as an- nouncer. Numbers played by the orches- tra will be: "Overture to Ray- mond"; Tis Jordan's "River": and four excerpts from the Opera Carmen Suite "Habaner a" "March of the Smugglers" "Toreador Song" and "A Gypsy Dance." The radio department has charge of the program for the Radio Ham Convention to be held at the Windsor Hotel Saturday night Nov. 19....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 19 November 1949

I feffl THE H-SU BRAND Saturday November II 1141 Bi EDITORIALS.... e JU IZooU 1Um WmlU Ain't 2J yt gnuAA 4fe Glamou Tho possibility of gaining a Student Union building on tho campus became closer to reality this week. Tho stu- dent council met with faculty representatives to consider tentative plans for remodeling the old library and the annex redecorating and furnishing it with a total of $5000 to be spent. Floor plans have already been drawn up by engineer- ing drawing instructor Frank Levctt and investigation of tho cost of repairs has been made. But any way one looks at it five century notes would seem hardly a drop" i nthc bucket when they must be stretched to include com- plete repairs furnishings paint upholsteries draperies and games sufficient for a student body of somo 1500 who would be using tho building. However tho cost of labor was not considered in this amount as it is hoped that the students will be interested enough to offer their time to its success both before and...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 19 November 1949

f alurdar NoTMnbtr 19 1S49 THE H-SU BRAND 9m Cowboys Raiders Vie TRAIL By BLIZZARD May wo end nil unpleasant thoughts with a few .short state- ments concerning a certain foot- ball game played in a certain North Plains city last Saturday. It should go without saying that the Buffs were "up" for this one just as every other team in the circuit and the non-conference foes have been this year. It seems to us that most teams and coaches think if they beat H-SU and lose the rest of their games the sea- son has been perfect. To end all of this let us say one thing if fthc football team goes around talking and moping about as a largo part of the student bady has been doing all week well. Heaven help the Purple and Gold when they meet the Red Raiders just one week from today. The CowpoRes are not out of the Con- ference race yet by a long shot and with a little backing by in- habitants of the Forty Acres it is possible they may be playing in the Sun Bowl come Now Years Day. University of Ho...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 19 November 1949

THE H-1U BRAND Saturday- Norarabr If 1MI New Features Added To Bookstore Service New equipment and services which have recently been placed in the bookstore are the picture- post cards the Heinz Soups Kitch- en the 3-day film service and the personalized stationery. The new post cards which fea- ture eleven of the campus build- ings have been on sale in the bookstore for two weeks at 3 for 5c. The pictures which have" the H-SU Tech Band Harmonize At Half There . will be combined har- mony next Saturday afternoon on the Texas Tech gridiron during the halftimc. It will be provided by a simultaneous performance of the Hardin-Simmons and Texas Tech bands. The band directors have quite a bit in common. They have both conducted the H-SU Cowboy band. They are Marion B. Mc- Clurc Cowboy band leader and Dewey O. Wiley now conductor of the Tech band. The Tech band will form a boot to the accompaniment of "The Parade of the Purple and Gold." The Cowboy band will join them and spell out H-SU in...

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

' u Brand Reaches Jake Austin Vol. XXXIV Teaching Career is Choice Of Favorites Three to One frankie Mcintosh Freshman HELEN ENGLE Junior BBiflHuJP' BBBBu al BBHHB Coronation Festivities To Reveal New Trends The annual all University Queen coronation w'ill take place Friday evening December 9 at 7:30 in Behrcans Chapel accord- ing to Virginia Randel student council social chairman. The queen Jesse Myers will be at- tended by the queen nominees class favorites Bronco Sweet- heart special attendant and their escorts. The stage furnishings will be in the form of a stylized Grecian garden with color schemes of blue gray and pink which will also be carried out in the gowns of the attendants. Bill Tolbert student council president will crown the queen and Robert Walker Alpha Psi Omega will perform as master of ceremonies. Personal attendants to the queen will be Lula Mae Hampton escorted by Lee Harrison; also Judy Strickland and Leonard Alexander child crown bearers. Others in the process...

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

"Sf 4. f f.n- J. '""' -i''-- THE H-iU BRAND Saturday. Dotmbr 3. 1949 K tyjft fj' m -' v..k ' RIALS.... W Mrl ' ! O jln MuUhq IffUtcWii r ;.. r r Ml tin fllmmoni University supposedly has one of modern up-to-date libraries in Texas. It cojj- cc than 40.000 volumes of books and periodl- tis ntas the newest type of stacks and lighting fa- o :.". xcv u yua Deauiy is marrca Dy me oiu uiiupmtucu J C table and chairs presently in use. The students .by 'M' '.f . time are used to seeing these detriments to the F?) " beauty of our library. They pass right by them without '. mikuik now awswara iney iook. 0 This is not so with visitors however. About the first thing they see upon entering the library is the displeas- ing group of tables and chairs. The difference is so great between the objectional furniture and the other conveniences that visitors can not miss them. In addition to being downright repulsive the tables art not the best to study on. They are full of cracks and cuts which do not h...

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

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 3 December 1949

prvyr cT l "' 7 V ? rat4 THE H-fU BRAND Saturday DaesHnlsa 3 lMt "i vrijrYr - V.v IV Cowgirl Band to Leave Monday On Concert Tour Proficiency Test To Be Thursday The Junior English Profi- ciency Test will be given In Behren's Chapel Thursday Dec. 8 at 10:30. All juniors are re- quired to take the test and se- niors who have not yet passed the test must take it at that time. The student will bring with him to the test: fountain pen (pencil can't be used) and a writing surface such as clip- board or notebook. H-SU Exes Meet; Plan Spring Party South Plains Area exes headed by Howard Davison '31 were hosts to approximately 1000 Hardln-Simmons University exes in a reception held in the Naval Reserve Armory on Tech campus after the H-SU-Rcd Raider game November 26. Although no formal program was given fellowship was shared as exes discussed their student days in H-SU. Many a handclasp and slap on the back were seen as ex met ex. Refreshments consisted of cof- fee and doughnuts. Pictorials...

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

"V ( V S'fli See 'The Messiah' and Other Concerts Turn Back Bronco Proofs Before Xmas StUOui VoL XXXIV H-SU ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY DECEMBER 10. 1949 No. 12 v1 81 m ml Mat Tmoly 9Sm mw an BsE lll?LC JkJb a vrLBEZiMWrMr Jessie Meyers Crowned Queen 15 Attend Her jaVaVaVaVaPslt. "aaWaWaWaWBaWl. "sillllllllk. i A.Vfilllllllllllllllin vEMXLkJmmW ft aaaaaaaaafl laVS aRyri ;!w -aaaaVSaVJ mmamamami ' 'M sBaaaaaaaaaaaaaawT! aaaaaaaaaaati saaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaMaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaML Wh'SrW 'I CROWN YOU QUEEN of Hardin-Simmons University' stated Bill Tolbart student council president as ho placed the crown on Jessie's head last night. Child attendants to Her Highness were Leonard Alexander and Judy Strickland. Cowboy Band To Give Annual Xmas Concert Christmas will be the theme when the Hardin-Simmons Uni- versity Cowboy Band under the direction of Marion B. McClure presents its annual Christmas Concert in Behrcns Chapel Friday night December 16. The program will be instrumen- tal and will have no ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 10 December 1949

.: c- THE H-SU BRAND Saturday December 19 lMt i&H sft w 7& Mi . EDITORIALS.... Jfom 4a Can 9t Qo? 'Give to your Community Chest' . . . 'Buy Christmas Seals' . . . 'Don't fail to send your donations to the Goodfellows . . .' 'Help some child have his milk give to the milk fund . . . 'Salvation Army' . . . 'The March of Dimes' . . . and by the time the poor victim has dug out the last nickel from the bottom hole of his pocket he is about ready to join the unfortunates he is sup- posed to help by all these fine organizations. Today when everyone is becoming more or less socialized minded wo take these relief organizations which collect funds for every known disease including lazyites for granted. They are just necessary evils to help the poor and unfortunates who cannot help themselves. However while numbers of these relief drives do carry out their claims the fact remains that too many of them only encourage people they help to stay down and out. Take for instance some who are...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 10 December 1949

WS) Saturday Dcmbr 10. 1849 t -J i m hi- &' TRAIL DUST By BLIZZARD WINTER Before we say good-by to the football season around here per- haps we should all stop. and re- flect on the great and bad mo- ments of our team and those that have aided the Cowboys this year. We should all say thanks for a great team to start with. Next say thanks to a swell guy like Joe Grba who has so faithfully tend- ed the teams' aches and pains. Perhaps we should say thanks to a student body that was with the team at all times though they weakened once or twice. Wo feel that they were riding with every pass that Ford threw this year and their hearts were with Hook Da- vis as he limped on and off the field. Next wo should all say thanks to Coach Warren B. Woodson. He is a great coach a respected coach throughout the land. His record if we stop and examine it stands as proof of it. Our team did not have what we all call a real successful year but they did have their great moments and every school we me...

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