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

! THE H-SU BRAND SataiNay 11 MM Play Tournament Is Given By Student Club Directors Foreign Speech Aid Is Added to Library Newest equipment added to the H-SU library Is the Audograph and record-player which will lmplify the learning of foreign languages. At present It is being used only by the Spanish classes. The procedure for the use of the Audograph is quite simple. The student plays the original record with the correct foreign pro- nounclatlon. then imitates it with his own voice. This is recorded on the Audograph. When he has finished the student may play it back on the record-player and compare the pronunciations. The equipment is located in the northwest corner room on the third floor of the library. OyfiT 200 students are using the equipment each having a 30- mlnute period allotted to him weekly. o Colts Gather In Home Off Carolyn Wooten Colts from the Hnrdin-Slm-mons "stomping ground" loped to a party December 6 1049 7:30 p. m. at the home of Carolyn Wooten 1342 North Fourth...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 17 December 1949

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

'(' " 'H. tf ' . 'tt. 1 i 1 " 1 I i lyi Br i7 t IrV THE H-SU BRAND .-tVj -. i t-rritfj f. i. turday Dtefcer.l7 IMS DITORIALS.... .i. j. j. ibU NOTE: Students on our campus represent numerous TtliroCM denominations and churches. Thus at the j;Xiftime of year when all are drawn closer together we ;.' xeei it xuting mat tne ijnnstmas editorials be submitted ' -Vi.!' . hv tVirea lnral minlatnra uiVirtca fnUVic fonrnennt iV ... . Jority of the students here. Y o 6mf Stmn IjwM. ft "V -rt V More unusual than the 29th of February is Christmas Sunday on Christmas Day. The day we observe as Christmas Sunday is always the Sunday before Christ- mas unless that Sunday should fall on Christmas Day. Thia only occurs every seven years. How unfortunate we -are that the 1949 Christmas Sunday falls on Christ- maaDaay! Just how we observe the day will be a test of our faitH in and thoughtfulness of our Lord Jesus. No " Christmas dinner no lingering around the Christmas -treeno-home fellowships should k...

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

? t afurtUr. Deeeafeet 17. lMt THE H-SU BRAND -? RIDING By DICK Football season is over but the spirit came back to the campus this week when four Hardin- Simmons players were honored as members of the All-Border Con- ference team. Three members of the 1049 Cowboy squad John Ford Dob McChcsney and Wil- ton Davis were placed on the honorary first team and Bob Sur- ratt being placed on the second team. Boxing It takes a lot of intestinal forti- tude to do what several members of the H-SU boxing team did when they fought Cameron's Ag- gies the other night especially in the case of Tom Adams. Tom went to Lawton knowing he hadn't trained but little and would probably have to box Okla- homa's light-heavyweight cham- pion Earl Kcclc whom he had fought twice before and decision- cd him both times. Kcclc is rated as one of the best light-heavyweights in the southwest and had been training for the fights for a good while. Adams got into the ring Mon- day night and gave Kcclc one of the best f...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 17 December 1949

4 THE K-IU BRAND ttunUf DmmOmc 17 IMS Mambors of th Lot Ranchtrot Spanish club as ihey appeared for fho first mooting of tha your recently. $25 Million In Gifts Planned by Baptists Southern Baptist plans call for $25000000 in gifts in 1950 to be distributed throughout its cooper- ative mission plan the Coopera- tive Program which celebrates its 25th anniversary next year according to Dr. Duke K. McCall executive secretary of the South- ern. Baptist Convention Executive Committee. "The 1050 Cooperative Program goal for Convention agencies is $10000000" said Dr. McCall. "Based on actual receipts by states and S. B. C. causes in 1948 this would require $15000000 for state causes or a total of $25000- 000 for the Cooperative Program state and Southwlde in 19507' "While holding fast to the Fifty-Fifty by 1950' ideal for di- vision between gifts to the local church program and the Coopera- tive Program we must recognize that many churches make their gifts to the Cooperative Program y a di...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 7 January 1950

"1 "t " w ""i'wn "; twiti ".t wT!'"" -r " Lr V . VoL XXXIV H-SU ABILENE. TEXAS SATURDAY JANUARY 7 1950 j$? KHSU To Celebrate F i rst Anniversary jmppml &LBflLLLfl -L-L-LLilLl--L-L--i MPHil HRP;::sif H ErSSIil ' iPriH flR!H lroll iBTfi ----En-r'- -HK-t-raN-.-H w&x H U.&v J-------- iMHifl---- f v 2 iUKLft li--Bcro--l---IH wpP W ) i--i iyLi---HH-i Bb Aki? -"; j .'ilkH wV9l'r'rvH fBKAHHHT Hk vT HH?tWfKnL aBI HHVtx Mfl imim' jBLr iH Mhp'V' &?i uVflwH' ! HHHHKS Si -?- NHKnt 'aHf '$9i HHy. H Je ' h nH1' . n(Ml HF 'HHHHHnHHI MHBMS5HUMMfHJ'JH (Hl!i!i Kb 'priM HBEsHHB HBBSiVH IHHPhh --.-.k fiivil Pr iH-----lPr-i-- HHmmmH .. Fi flflflfljflMK'jflflfl pppppppppppppuuagppppppppppjf BHMBRflHr wttV iHfflYyH Hi B wps EH9Pi-fl--H ---H9--H r H --KB H k wMi-i--H MHHH Hk---H Hr x H kn'Ti tMlRwRMH -( BOB TODD Station Managor Conference to be Held In Dallas January 911 Speech Instructors Attend Nat. Meet Dr. Katharine Boyd and Harlan Shaw attended the National Con- vention of the American ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 7 January 1950

IPjlBB ViBF-V'BT Vmumm-yrvrwiXiyriT" ' T-y tWT ?" -ry yfr - T TrrvvK'r'Tr& 'TItT"? : '" '' "'" ' ""'"' "; " 'II 'J. k3iS. -t 5V I?1- tU. WLf J 4Uu 'i-wWW pFBwHP'p la the past years tho two sports of baseball and boxing fcavq not gained as much importance as tho major sports of Jetball and basketball but in recent years the sports world has come to rccognizo the two earlier mentioned ajwts as aaajor activities. Baseball and boxing two of the oldest sports in the "world are considered by most officials of the Border Cef ereaoe as unheard of sports nad they do not attempt te kep then in equality with football and basketball. - Abewafeall pr boxing letter to the participants would jW tfc bast way "to express thanks and appreciation to froojrof fine athletes who worked hard in representing th' sekooL Most boys engaged in the two activities wwrid. strive to play harder and have an urge to do better if Hub snail token was presented to them each year. Hardin-Siramons in the past year li...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 7 January 1950

Saturday January J 1K0 THE H-SU BRAND IMHMIWMWWIHWHWMmmWMWmMtHmiMttl MMHMItMMIHIHMIMIWIWMIHMmWMHIHHIMH TRAIL DUST BLIZZARD WINTER Imwmhmwwmmmmww The most impressive sports or- ganization around the Forty Acres right at the present time seems to bo tho Frosh basketball team. The amazing Buttons have racked up 0 straight and arc heading down the wire for an undefeated season. All you suorts minded people who like basketball should be on hand Jan. 17 when they tangle with the Texas Tech frosh in Rose Field House. The Cowboys will not be back in town for a home game until Jan. 14 when they bring home the University of New Mexico Lobos for their second meeting of the year with that team. Boxing Boxing was due to make an "appearance around the Forty Acres last night when the leather slingln' Waddics met the Cameron Aggies of Lawton Okla. in a re- turn bout. The Ags nudged the Pokes in their first meeting. Seems as though we just can't get away from football but we IIIMIMIHINH4HHfltMtlHIHH...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 7 January 1950

FH4 S THE H-SU BRAND Saturda7 Januaxr 7 10S0 - t$B$3R$NIi&tt'sssssssssssssssm t y $ ?S - 1 f ! tilvlypf v.'t-lLTirT.. v a.. ? & jB Mms$iiAWWmzS3EWs1&" ' iKfl i fiSH SufgS&r s ?BI1Wr'Xjiiftv. 111 ;7-"ssswsssV BSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSUBSk mHBhH FIRST ORGANIZED ONE YEAn AGO KHSU was primarily a studonx training lab. Now it has addod now coulpmont and staff membert and hopes to obtain a tolotypo machino in tho future. Some of tho first switchboard operators woro Raymond Roberts (left) and Magnus V. Gonsen (scaled). Financial Aid To Exchange The Department of State has endorsed the international ex- change of students and Congress has passed two nets the Ful- bright and Smith-Mundt Acts providing financial aid to Amer- ican students studying abroad. According to a statement by Dr. B. W. Van Riper director of the American Express Company Edu- cational Travel Division "This in- terchange of people especially students who will be tomorrow's leaders...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 14 January 1950

. Nominate Brand Beauty & Beast Candidates Suuul Bookstore Next Week e .h' Vol. XXXIV H-SU. ABILENE. TEXAS SATURDAY. JANUARY 14. 19S0 NO. IS ML m WL mWMMTM' Science Authority Fascinates Crowds JMMMMM&mxrMMMm DR. HARRY RIMMER Chapel Choir Being Revamped for Spring H a r d i n-Slmmons University Chapel Choir will be completely rc-organized according to Euell Porter director and chairman of the voice department of the School of Music. The choir will rehearse daily In order to prepare to fill the A Cappella Choir's short tours and programs while they arc gone to Chicago. Auditions for the re-organization of the choir are being held in Porter's office at 4:30 each day. According to Porter these auditions will be more strict in order to perfect a better choir. Later after the re-organization the choir will present "I Hear America Singing" by George Klcinsingcr in Bchrens Chapel. On March 10 the A Cappella Choir under the direction of Por- ter will present "Requiem" by Johannes Bra...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 14 January 1950

THK H-gU BWAHD Saturdky January UU9 '- :4 r V r t" 5St5VTp RIALS.... Sbrfc Voice Teacher Added To Music Department " l "Where 've ye been keeping yourself these days! Study- kf haht Wall chances are you haven't hcen by your- self. It MM8 that those who used to while away their tie m the Bookstore or Doc's have swapped their coffco cttgHi ier books and have really knuckled down to some serious study lately. Yep that timo has rolled around again. After four . teste ths ef fun and foolishness hi-jinx and hors6play wc suddenly find ourselves faco to face with those dread- ed days those of dead week and final exams. New if you're ono of those who as a result of consistent preparation can think of the approaching exams without so much as a shudder well you're one in a million. Most of us though have more than a few regrets when we think back over the times we'vo failed to bring up daily assignments. Wo wonder why wo waited so long before starting on those inevitable notebooks and re- sear...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 14 January 1950

- Uttif S.V. fcw.ysr. arm.- tV l tahtrday January 14 1K0 TRAIL BLIZZARD Was Billy Burkhart really de- clsloncd by Mr. Jacklo Woodruff In Tuesday night's fights with North Texas State? Well the judges said so but wo in this corner klnda wish they had con- templated two thoughts longer especially that last Judge who thought it was so close that he had to think twice before voting in favor of Mr. Woodruff. Five will get you ten that Woodruff was well aware of Burkhart's over present rights and lefts and will continue to remember them for awhile. The Eagle's Johnny O'Glee gave a demonstration in his bout with H-SU's Cotton Fowler that show- ed what makes him the light- weight champ of the Golden Gloves In Texas. It was evident that O'Glee was much more ex- perienced than Fowler who is Frosh Skein Ends With 49-45 Loss Wayland Junior College B team played the H-SU Buttons a close one Tuesday night but hedged up in the last few minutes to take a .49-45 victory over the previously uhdefoate...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 14 January 1950

1 .' v -..rrt.. -3 m V THK H-KU IRAMD Saturday Jauwary 14j 1M9 " o - 9 u Basinets Administration School Publishes Featherston Booklet In Sympathy.. The Brand Staff and the Student body extend Bympathy to Dr. Ella Lovctt and Instruc- tor BYank Lovctt on the death of their father Charles Edwin Levctt Lovctt who had been ill for more than 5 years died at 1:10 a. m. last Tuesday morning at Hcndrick Memorial Hospital where ho had spent the last four years. Funeral services were held at 2:00 o'clock Wednesday afternoon at Elliott's Chnpcl of Memories. Rev. Joe R. Mayes and Rov. Sterling L. Price of- ficiatcd. Burial was in Elm- wood Memorial Park. Levctt was a member of the Univer- sity Baptist Church. Dr. Ella Levctt is chairman of the Spanish Department at Hardin - Simmons and Frank Levctt is instructor in Engi- neering Drawing. Norma Kniff tn Selected For Who's Who Edition Of Baton Twirling Appearing in the 1050 Library edition of the 164 page book "Who's Who in Baton Twirling" is the ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 21 January 1950

K Whip Those Finals Good Shootin' Ranchers Sjumd Vol. XXXIV H-SU ABILENE TEXAS SAT URDAY JANUARY 21 1950 NO. IB Judges Rate Student-Directed Plays HVMPBmSpB' MHIW ' i MWWWIBl -Ta?n Wj&?? " w BEST ACTRESS in iho one-act play lournamont was Joan Frazier shown In Eugono f 'Ncill's play "Boforo Breakfast" as sho sips coffco and sneers at tho dry bread. (Photo by Bob Woodrun). Students Allowed To Evaluate Profs An expcrinit.. "student eval- uation of instructors is being launched by Dr. and Mrs. Hoyt Ford Hardin-Simmons University professors-of psychology. By means of a standardized 5:3 rating scale a student may have the opportunity to criticize his instructor. Members of the class taking the tests remain anony- mous and the instructor is graded on his humor whether or not he tries too hard to be funny and whether he has a sense of humor or is too serious on his mastery of subject matter courtesy or lack of courtesy toward the students opinion of fairness or unfairness and prejudice...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 21 January 1950

;-- 'm. THE MP BRAND HWMMMMB2K3E3t!3l3 gaiurday January 21 lo v r t:v tK i I (!' K - &'- $ wc - "W Cf S Mi Kv.-f. EDITORIALS.... Students Plan Hur ly Burly During Mid Term Breather Htr Phtk pmk Annotation 6 AdLwttafm to Studtntt (Joest Editorialist W. D. RICH Dean of School of Business The first and most immediate result of annexation of Notrh Park to Abilene I think will bo much needed relief to tho families of veterans and ministers living in the veterans housing addition. These families aro entitled t relief from worries with septic tanks; they deservo a Sanitary environment in which to keep their children; they should havo adequate protection from f iro dangers ; aad they should havo the best schools Abilene can pro- vide for their children. It is" common knowledge that those ministerial and veteran families do not now havo any of these indispcnsablo services. Annexation would provide all of theso accommodations within a few months. Three years ago Abilene Hall went up in fl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 21 January 1950

8' jb.? ' fur4ay Jry 21 1SW THE H-SU BRAND 1; j -;.. iw 4 . . i i ' '- (ft m k H .. :''-' i re 'iM WSV: ;. Pokes Whip Raiders 49-44 RIDIN' By DICK MNINIINHIMtHHHIMIIMMIIIHHIl For a couple of basketball Samoa during dead week the Har-ln-Slmmons Cowboy varsity and Button games Tuesday night at the field house were anything but dead. In fact the crowd never wit- nessed a dull moment from the time of the Button game at 0:30 until the final whistle of the var- sity affair. Tho varsity or Button team could almost have whipped any college five the other night as they gave a capacity crowd a thrill for their money. The ref- erees Shorty Lawson of Abilene and .Spider Dillon o San Angclo were kept running most of the time to keep track of the ball and see that everything was on the up and up as the two teams zig- zagged from goal to goal. Congratulations lo Coaches Coach Glen Burroughs has coached his junior Cowboys to eight victories with only two de- feats .marring their near-perfect record...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 21 January 1950

W f I ix I" y9 i 0ttp yau Abilene Baptist College Now H-SU Had Difficulty Getting First Building Note: John R. Hutto who Is now a contributor to the West Texas Historical Yearbook was for many years a staff writer for the Big Spring Herald. He also served as principal of an elemen- tary school there. He now is teaching Spanish in night classes at H-SU. Hutto came to Hardin-Simmons some fifty years ago. The follow- ing is one of a series of historical ntriclcs which Hutto is writing for the Brand concerning the ear- ly days of H-SU: Bleak unfinished walls stand- ing ghost-like in a lonely pasture n mile from tho nearest house gave poor proof of the realization of the dreams of a Baptist college which had been planned and put into execution by the Sweetwater Baptist Association in 1891. Such was the gloomy situation that faced the Baptists of West Texas. All that was lacking was $5000 to guarantee the comple- tion of the building. Maybe the reader of today would say "What is $5000 any...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 4 February 1950

!. Annual Bible Conference February 6-8 To Bring Prominent Leaders k Sixteen Are On Program (" Vote Now for Beauty Beast Some 250 to 300 out of town visitors are expected to be present for. the annual Hardln-Slmmons Bible conference which will open in Behrens Chapel Monday Feb raary 0 at 7:30 p. m. according to Mrs. Joe Grbn. socretarv to i Z v.. 1 President Richardson. The meeting the third of its kind since World War II will in clude outstanding pastors and re ligious workers over the territory. irooso is outlined as a week VOL. XXXIV H-SU ABILENE. TEXAS SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 4 1950 NO. 17 of training for young church &JtUtcl 7 K 4t Keynote speakers for the occa- sion Include Dr. Robert A. Baker of the Southwestern Baptist Theo- logical Seminary Dr. Wallace Bassctt from Dallas and Dr. Guy H. Moore of Fort Worth. Other personalities on the pro- gram will be the Rev. J. D. Alex- ander pastor of the Calvary Bap- tist of Abilene; Rev. A. A. Davis astor of the First Baptist Church lai...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 4 February 1950

n' JN1 THE H-SU BRAND Saturday February 4. 1910 I AM EDITORIALS.... 7o 4ill " "M Actionl Sfxmah JHoudl Every so often it seems wo must toss a few gripes about tho way things are run on tho forty acres. This week's accumulation of brickbats is aimed at the student . i i i- i'i council we re puning no puncnes so you can iook xor- ward to some choice letters to the editor next week. In the firsl place for more than a year now the stu- dent council has planned to revise the Constitution of tho student assembly but as yet even the preliminary steps havo not been taken. Even though it was designed to meet tho needs of tho student body at the time it was written years ago it now is little more than a stumbling block in tho way of tho real progress wo want to attain. "With tho necessary amendments it could bo revived to serve its original purpose. The qualifications and method of nomination for the various student offices as well as the present election procedure; could well bo altered to b...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 4 February 1950

w- r Saturday February 4 19S0 &VN: THE H-SU BRAND ef ; 'IN RIDIN' HERD By BLIZZARD WINTERS There is not too much to write about this week that everyone does not already know about. The Golden Gloves matches are over and for those who were unable to see them you really missed some good fights. They were overshadowed to some extent by final exams for some and had a dulling effect on some that had already taken them. Well congratulations are in or- der for Mr. Robert (Fireball) Mc- Chcsney who during the past week was signed with the Abi- lene Blue Sox of the West Tcxas- NcW Mexico League. This is a pretty fair size step for Mc wo think because friend Class C baseball is pretty fast in these Earts. Let us also say luck to rother Howard who will be in training with the younger Mc- Chesney when they join the Sox. Howard will bo trying out for the team. Getting down to some unploas- antrics we hate to mention this but the other half of the Turlo pair has returned to the campus. Yep. J...

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