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

ra4 THE H-SU BRAND Saturday February 4 19SB Si! Valhalla Boys' Dormitory Mysteriously Burned; Girls Had Luxurious Quarters tHE &&xHH Kfl Kl HUTTO Boarding (The second in a scries of ar- ticles concerning the early devel- opment of Hardin-Simmons Uni- versity by John R. Hutto). Though the present students of H-SU may consider the first buildings which I were erected on I the campus some I f lftv venra nco las small and In- I adequate those I w h o struggled I for their erec- I tinn. still stir with heartfelt pride with the rccol lection of I how they were oBtaincd. fnrlllt!ft for the young ladies on the Simmons Col lege campus were more commo- dious than those provided for the boys. They occupied comfortable rooms in the third story of the college building. Standing out to the north and connected with the college building proper was a wooden structure which served as a kitchen and dining room as well as living quarters for any faculty members who chanced to live on sthc groun...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 11 February 1950

(fiftrSJ 7Ze Sikcuul VOL. XXXIV H-SU ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY FEBRUARY 11 1950 NO. 18 HANNAH 0RFAN0S ARE Proposed Amendment To H-SU Constitution The following is the proposed amendment to the constitution of the Student Assembly of Hordin- Simmons which is to be voted on next week: We the undersigned students of Hardin-Simmnos University pro- pose the amendments listed below to the constitution of the Student Assembly of Hardin - Simmons University. I. That Article VI. Sections 1 an'. 2 specifying the method of eu-ction for Yell Leaders be amended to read as follows: Section 1. There shall be five Yell Leaders. Candidates for this office must submit their names personally cither to the President Vice President or Secretary of the Student Assembly and volun- teer to participate in try-outs at regular Intercollegiate athletic contests specified by the Presi- dent of the Student Assembly and the Head Yell Leader and or at such other student events as may be agreed on by these officers of...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 11 February 1950

THE H-SU BRAND Saturday. TAntar 11. 1950 w 0 V "- t W.. 1 It. P. 4 If. h kft rr- r ft' 15 R. v S. tfc T. y l . t - I $ ."-4 EDITORIALS.... If tkie k your lirst term on our campus whether you to lowly freshman or an evon moro inferior transfer we of the Broad staff welcome you. Likely yoa have been too busy in the registration and first of school rush to be lonesome or homesick. But if this Is your first timo away from home you will feel somewhat sad when things begin' to lag or go wrong and you raiee that certain hometown somoono . . . it's inevit- able so you might as well face it. Probably moro times than one you will have an urgo to pack that suitcase and give it up as a lost cause (the education that is). It's at those times which you will have to provo yourself bigger than obstacles . . . you must decide for yourself whether to break 'those tics that bind' and become an adult or not. The friendly atmosphoro of Hardin-Simmons can make it easier if you decido to remain but you to...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 11 February 1950

l '$ Saturday February 11 1BS0 THE H-SU BRAND estm K ''. I ; i r .' as; '!!' U'". l" RIDIN' Br DICK Hardin-Simmons can truly be called the sports school. Seven sports events are now in progress on the campus or rather will be In the next few weeks. Basketball and boxing arc still in the lead with baseball track foot- ball golf and tennis coming into existence. Maybe it's spring fever but it seems almost everyone is entering the field of sports. The Cowboy basketballcsr arc making the strongest bid ever of winning their first Border Con- ference title that is if they can win both games with Arizona and provided they topped Tempo last Thursday. The Buttons arc not doing .450 bad cither; averaging 52.5 points per game in winning 10 of 12 tilts. The staio Goldon Gloves meet in Fort Worth next wook will have throe potential winners when-Tom Adams BUI Burk- hart and Frod Moralos orrlvo on lho scone Tuosday for weigh- ins and workouts. All threo of lho boys will havo somo good fights on th...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 11 February 1950

Jr 4 THE H-SU BRAND Saturday February 11. 1MQ otU Qietk eam Pastors Morgan DeLoach Travelled; Barksdale Evans Choose Writing Agric. (Editor's note: This Is tho first of a scries of articles introducing members of the Religious Focus Week Team to the H-SU student body.) Four of the twelve Southern Baptist leaders to be guests on the HafdIrt;Simmons university campus to lead the services and fcminars of the. Religious Focus Week arc the Rev. James Morgan of Fort Worth Miss Sue Barks- dale of Dallas Wayne Evans of Hereford and the Rev. Arthur DcLoach of Odessa'. Rev. Morgan a graduate of Baylor and the Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary is at present pastor of the North Fort Worth Baptist Church. He is an old hand at youth assem- blies having attended a youth revival at Canyon n religious focus week at Howard Payne the Texas B.S.U. Fall Retreat of 1030. a youth revival at Baylor and Texas Christian University Re- ligious Emphasis week in 1049. He attended the Baptist World Allia...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 18 February 1950

:v bMMtaMii It's In the Basket Cowboys Let's Make it Tops sSsumcl Jk& VOL. XXXIV H-SU. ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY. FEDRUARY 18 1950 No. 19 "I PRESENT . . . THE BEAUTY AND BEAST OF 1950" said bouquot to Boast Manuol Orfanos. Tho Boauiy Carolyn Hannah (loft io right) J. Forest Posoy. Wanda Baker Shirley Prico and Hugh Beauty Beast Presentation Dramatizes Old Fairv Tale Carolyn Hannah and Greek Or- fanos were presented to the Har-din-Simmons student body as Beauty and Beast for 1050 in a skit resembling tho fairy tale of "The Beauty and The Beast" at Rose Field House last Tuesday evening. The presentation ceremony highlighted a barn party which was presented by the H-SU stu- dent council. More than 400 peo- ple attended. Besides Carolyn and Greek the runners-up Shirley Price Wanda Baker J. Forest Posey and Hugh Higgins took part in the play. Bob Todd acted as narrator and Dick Collins (beast of last year) was master of ceremonies. Special Volumes Added To Library Bookshelf University T...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 18 February 1950

b f: n "r A- SPaPL THE H-SU BRAND Baktnlay Ftlmiur It 1IM & : V t Kf -. W- r v ri 'I t V JL ' A' 15tlTORlALS.... ' " . BaHfa-Sfamong has only ono artist course scheduled ttr ilM spring Miaeeter. The reason that the administra- tion taft give for thus limiting university-sponsored en- tortftiftnrat k'that student attendance at such programs '$ aatgreat enough to justify the expense of bringing thata to the campus. iVk true that the artist courses this year havo brought Mtt only a smaII proportion of the student body to each f the performances. Ono of tho chief causes for this bale el shwleat Interest is that tho programs this year 4ha et baas of the type that appeal to the cross section ot individuals 'that mako up a student audience. "Undoubtedly Henry L. Scott who is scheduled to appear in .concert here: May 1 is a talented pianist and -will 'prehably present a fine and entertaining program. Bat unless students' attitudes and tastes change the attendance at that concert is like...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 18 February 1950

I fff" "Wrp-f -'tr'art I WMttMfcyV jrMHnHUPy ! lWv THE H-SU BRAND tuiwi m ' i" " ig"iirr'" Cowboy Glovers in State Golden Glove Tournament 'Pokes In Second Spot In Border Standings Spring Training To Start March 20 Spring football practice has been set to get underway for the Cowboys March 20 Warren B. Woodson athletic director and head coach announced today. The Cownoys will continue their pratcicc for some 15 days until the spring holidays. The Cowboys will resume drills short- ly after the holidays. Woodson said that the Cowboys who play a ten game schedule next season will have 25 days of field work. Six Border Conference two in- teractional and two gulf coast conference foes will bo met by the 1050 football team. The Cowboys will play both of their intcrscctional tilts with Loy- ola and Cincinnati away from home. New Mexico A&M is -the only team that was not on the 1040 schedule. The Cowboys will help dedicate the Aggies' new stadium Sept 16. Border Conference opponents wil...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 18 February 1950

-V 9n 4 THE K-1U BRAND Saturday February l' l&M Introducing Swank Whiteaker Slater And Maston of March Focus Week Team (Editor's note: This Is the second of a scries introducing Religious Focus week team members.) Four of the twelve Jlellglou3 Focus week team members to at- tend Hardin-Simmons University for its annual Religious Focus week March 5-11 arc the Rev. Fred Swank of Fort Worth Kcr- mit Whiteaker of Stillwater. Oklahoma Dr. T. B. Maston or Fort Worth and Miss Estelle Slater of Nashville Tennessee. Rov. Fred Swank Rev. Fred Swank pastor of the Sagamore Hill Baptist Church in Fort Worth is a graduate of Hardin-Simmons where he majored in sociology. At present he is trus- tee of Decatur Baptist College and vice president of the State Training Union Executive Board. While attending H-SU the Rev. Swank was president of the Bap- tist Student Union on the campus (1031-32). He was speaker at the B.S.U. banquet in the spring of 1049 and has been a chapel speak- er on several oc...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 25 February 1950

" Cage The Wildcats Try for Student of The Week Suutd Z VOL. XXXIV H-SU ABILENE. TEXAS SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 25 1950 NO. 20 r Committees Are Chosen For April Senior Day BILL TOLBERT Student Council Hoad W. C. RIBBLE Senior Day Chairman Collins Assumes Duties As AF Liaison Officer t Dean Robert A. Collins of Har-din-Simmons has been assigned as Air Force Reserve liaison officer for Hardin-Simmons. Collins a captain in the Reserve will as- sume duties at his new post fol- lowing orders from the command- inn officer of the Twentieth Air Force Headquarters of Brooks Air Force Texas. Principal duties for Collins will be to make available all types of information to members of the Reserve in the Hardin-Simmons student body. LJ ; Piciurod abovo axo Gwon Griffitts and Rod Rodman who will net as Gonoral Secretary and Ministor of Music respectively during tho Youth Week that will bo hold al the Univorsily Baptist Church. March 12 through 19. All of lho offices of tho church orgonixalions will bo...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 25 February 1950

! r f IX " r& hr.' u IV. -i'- r ' w 'Spi'EQRIALS.... 4 4lmi Prtc education? Tkgh tiedeand for more money to be appropriated to frw public education has been heard loud and long .- tatiway quarters it is still obvious that our schools kave been sadly neglected by a war government and ." rim over by big business. t TKe total national cost of elementary and high school education is 1.5 per cent of our national income and wm five per cent during tho Inst depression. In other fcefcds :owr schools cost an annual sum of some 3 billion iolkrs. Yet tho U. S. spent nearly 4 billion annually jr telbaeeo and according to tho U. S.Dcpt. of Com- JMirMrelefts of June 11 1948 over-9 billion was spent wrinf one year for liquon This in itself shows how the great American public values its educational facilities for the "best dressed and Moat highly educated children in the world." "When we compare tho;salarics of the school teacher with that which tho army pays we find that in 1947-48 less than 1...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 25 February 1950

Saturday February 25 1950 THE H-8U BRAND - $ t I M $ (in. vy 1 " RID1N' HERD By DICK COLLINS ' Our hnts arc off to three fine boxers Tom Adams Fred Mo- rales and Bill Burkhart who fought their hearts out to try to win state titles in the state Gold- en Gloves tournament this year. Only one of the three boys Tom Adams was lucky enough to pull through and win but you can bet your boots the other two Fred Morales and Bill Burkhart were doing all in their power to do the same thing. JBurkhnrt had a disadvantage bgfore he stepped into the car to go to Fort Worth. Bill was ill with influenza for several days and iad a 103 degree fever one day so he must have lost plenty of strength because of this. We all know Burkhart is a much better boxer than he showed to be against Adolpho Martinez be- cause in previous fights he has proven that. It takes a boy with plenty of courage and a strong heart to get in a boxing ring and tangle with the best boys in the state after he has been bedridden only...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 25 February 1950

tff94 THE H-SU BRAND Saturday f fertury 28 IMS 1 Wr EarlyJDays Full of Gayety; Love Notes Eluded Dean Note: This is the third in a se- ries of Early Campus Life by John R. Hutto. Before the coming of the pic lure show and modern means of communication each community was forced to solve its own prob lems in matters of entertainment Each community possessed an in- dlviduality with- in itself. Such was the case with Har din- Simmons; Being isolated much of the time not ev en having tele phone connection hutto witn tne city problems ox entertainment were worked out according to demands. In the chapel of the main build- ing musical concerts were given. At Intervals "plays" were given by members of the student Dody for the amusement of the little group. The daily chapel was re- ligiously attended and pupils were often called on to take part The two pioneer literary societies of - the college were the Mary E. Simmons for girls named in the honor of the wife of the founder and. the Philomat...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 4 March 1950

Ww nrr-""- - WMP'JUfy f -i-- f --- r" "V Pandemonium Subsides As Pokes Prepare For Second Cat Tilt IP ... -mqwflVjBf KR'&'ci'L. MukaaWv. Hk. VLlllWfilESfife- JHIlH- k. HH ;cU2'i3lHKr.-''jH&i. Hiifttfew RjfnkiJ' ' l. v VIHHHHH.. I :t i . Vh BLOOD. SWEAT AND CHEERS shook lho raflors of yo old Field Houso as tho loam bogan lo play tough Arlxona Monday night. It was anybody's ball (top- loft) until tho final minutes when tho Cowpokos took ovor for good. Tho game season thrillor for H-SU fans was broadcast ovor two local notworks ono our own KHSU (second from loft). Cheers of tho crowd (contor) could bo hoard for throo and four blocks away perhaps becauso of lho over thirty pep leadors 28 Just for ono night (right contor) who woro 'trying out.' Tho busier closed lho strugglo 57-53 but tho choers continued (right). Photos by Tim Younts. Kita m& VOL. XXXIV H-SU ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY MARCH 4 1950 No. 21 Cowboys Attempt to Gain Border Title With 3 to Go When tho cxhubcrant cloud...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 4 March 1950

hp-r v ' .V'? "J'K''T""' "VfV7v7T " . r"5'; !' . .o . THE H-SU BRAND Saturday. March 4. 1950 DITO'RIALS.... - Afmtti of Gko&LiHf Sy SLATS BTAONXR Chairman Focus Week Religious Focus week can be a spiritual awakening on our campus if wo want it to be. It all comes back to the Matter of choosing Christ makes the difference . t . Stagncr. "$$ 1 Qod" By SUE BARKSDALE Team Member Someone has rightly said "What wo aro is God's gift to us; what we become is our gift to God."' Christian growth is ono of tho greatest thrills' to bo conceived of. Growth both mental and spiritual is within tho reach of every young person but it would seem that many aro not willing to pay the price while othors do not know tho recipe for such growth. Flexibility is very essential in tho matter of growth. By. that wo do not mean just tho willingness to adjust to' Uic- desires and inclinations of other people but to say to God "Thy will bo dono." God wants to lead us into 'tho "abundant life" but wo must stay...

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

Saturday March 4 1950 TIIE H-SU BRAND h n- a; lfc -. - .tv" It' ; mi' T ' 4 V-' & ' ':. sat... i.-- ;!"l ? '... . ... irk" "Mouse" Wartes is "Short Stuff" in Game of Giants By CHERE "Wo wanted to boat Arizona; wo thought wo could beat them So wo did." Thus the Cowboys' diminutive captain and leading scorer Larry "Mouse" Wartes explained tho most exciting bas- ketball game of his career. And as usual Larry did his sharo to- ward winning that game "by ac- counting for 13 of the Ranchers' 57 points.. "What beat Arizona was our teamwork and our will to win" he believes. Tho development of that teamwork he feels has been the determining factor in tho im- provement of this year's team af- ter a sluggish start. Ho further stated that he believed the team could play as well against Arizona in Tucson as they did here. "We know that every game counts." The 5' 10" guard is "short stuff" in the modern game of giants. Yet his height has not prevented his scoring 213 points this season to lea...

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

hp4 THE H-SU BRAND Saturday March A. 1950 Tom Adams Loses In National Show Frosh Bop Cisco Basketeers 43-31 By DUANE SANDLIN For the third time this season Hardin - Simmons' slime cagcrs had little trouble in conquering Coach Stormy Davis' Cisco Junior College crew. The Wranglers fell before the Frosh 43-31 last Mon- day evening in Rose Field House. Three Burroughs-coached play- ers shared scoring honors for the Cowpokcs. They were Jim Covert Hank Gifcen and'Durwood Smith each garnering 9 points. At halftimc the Buttons led 24-11. High score-maker for the game was the Wranglers' Emerson who canned four field goals and three gratis pitches for 11 points. The Buttons were to have end- ed season's play Thursday at Lub- bock in a skirmish with the Texas Tech juniors. H-SU FG FT PF Roberts Nail Smith Allison Green Hiblor Covori . Aragon Totals -CISCO Ralnoy Gunn . Travis 0 .0 .3 .0 -4 .3 .4 2 2 1. 3 0 3 1 1 0 TP 2 1 9 0 9 7 9 4 .2 .1 Grigsby 0 Rosenbaum 0 Kent 1 Hutchinson 0 Emclson 4 Cr...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 11 March 1950

-pf war- V Vengeful Arizonans Retaliate With 2 Out of 3; Pokes Place Second in B.C. It looks as if Texans and Ari which closed this oast week. riding when they left home- ground. Last week proud unbeaten Ari- zona came to Texas for her final showdown against three top chal- llongers but she went home broken and bleeding. With two to one losses under her belt she began preparation for a hot re ccption of the Cowboys on Mon day. March sixth. The Pokes had- only to whip Arizona U. once tfgain for the crown when they loft for that sunny state last week-end. The tide turned however and swept her far off course with losses of 63-41 against .Tucson and 70-50 with Tempe the following night. H-SU recovered her footing in the final game of the trio by skim- ming over Flagstaff with the un- easy margin of 51-47 for a second to Arizona U. of Tucson in the Border Conference. Can't win 'cm all as the saying goes ... at least that's1 what two mighty good teams found out the hard way last week. f z...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 11 March 1950

THE H-SU BRAND Saturday March-Hi 1950 .' r 1' i". . r i." r' '.- '- .-.-n? EDITORIALS.... -k -k -k At W S 9t First and foremost wo want to do some back-slapping. Cheers aro a littlo late but nevertheless just as sincere to a team of athletes who made a record for us this year. Somo said that they were playing over their heads others that they could still do better but whatever the case we know that they were an exceptional team of basketballers who made a record which will be hard to beat in the future. Getting down to business wo must confess that this year's student body tops them all . . . that is in downright lnzyncss. Or maybe it is just indifference. When students began to grip about needing a center or somo other hang- out on the campus besides the Bookstore the administra- tion got to work drew up plans and designated the old unused library as the place. With student aid in painting and decorating it was figured that the building could be made usable within 60 days provided ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 11 March 1950

Saturday March 11 1980 THE H-SU BRAND 2J V 31 v ;"vi. RIDIN' HERD By DUANE SANDLIN We may not have won the Bor- der Conference title this year but it wasn't because of Jack Martin and his crew of hustling basket- bailors. Coach Martin and his ten do or dio cagers did what no othor team from Hardin-Simmons has ever done since enlorlng lho Border loop get as far as sec ond place And that is just what lhey did ihey boat evory team In the league including Arizona and ended up in second placo. The team this year was truly one of the best in the conference and by far the best team to come from Hardln-Simmons in many years. On the team are Co-captains Larry Wartes and Bill Bras- elton Buddy Matthews Bill Pres- ton Norman Pinson John Mc- Millan Pete Golson. Jay Cox Bob Hart and Jack Ball. Only two of those boys Braselton and Pinson will be missing in the line-up next year when Martin opens up the 1951 season. For those two boys the Flagstaff game was probably the last college game to be pla...

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