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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 11 March 1950

! THE H-8U BRAND Saturday March 11 1950 Gaines to Lead Workshop Activities in Annual Meet Approximately twenty mem- bers of the Jefferson Davis Sandefcr Chapter of FTA will attend the third annual State Convention of Futuro Teachers of America to be 'held on the campus of North Texas State Teachers College In Denton Tex- as March 17 and 18. "Improving Teacher Education" Is the theme for this year's con- vention. Workshops will be con- ducted to better the various chap- ter activities. The workshop in "Recreational and Social Activi- ties" will be lead by Ann Gaines 'of H-SU and Edwin Low of ACC. The sessions will begin at 1:00 p. m. Friday and 0:30 a. m. Sat- urday. The climax of the conven- tion -will be a banquet on Satur- day night at which time the now officers for the coming year will be presented. The host chapter tho FTA of NTS has provided lodging in the dormitory free of charge for the girls. 'The boys will stay in tourist courts. Included among the H-SU group will be the s...

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

MflK 1? 'r-'m. 9n VtU &4ue You Too Can Win Student of the Week Awards 'f. NEWS Rodcors Mlcklor win first P-4 CoL S BSU Banquet Docoratlons tlckols P-l Col. I 2 SPORTS "" Border Players Matthews 2nd team P-3. CoL S FEATURES Lbmo Virginia Dunagon Actress P-2 Col. 3 4 Growing Yoars HUlory of H-SU. P-4 Col. 1 2 Facts and foollthnoss Lllilo Known News P-2. Col. 6 7 Ik tzAand VOL. XXXIV H-SU ABILENE TEXAS. SAT URDAY MARCH 18 19S0 No. 23 k vV" BP JbHTBF Howard Will Speak For BSU Banquet Planned March 24 BBBfllS ijWP JbbbbpmpJ bbibBLbbibibI BfflfflfflfflfflfflfflfflfflfKv BBfflfflfflfflfflfflfflfflfflfflffll DR. HERBERT HOWARD FOCUS WEEK ENDS AS 228 STUDENTS MAKE DECISIONS "Focus week seemed to be more successful this year than ever be- fore" stated Truett Sheriff re- ligious director of Hardin-Sim-mons. Sixteen made professions of faith seven surrendered for spe- cial service and 205 rededications were made. "We had an excellent personnel this year with a better spirit from all differe...

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

w ' 6. A3.E " i -4 I' i iV '- J w -t'ii . i I t fif fv. c Ij ' 1 . ' ft m H EDITORIALS.... The ABteriean nation was born of competition. ' The 13 eoloaies oamo into being after being contested. Ttday democratic believing people must vie with com- kmafaM. Wo must contend with peoplo unsettled in their WWi and those peoplo who think in terms of gaining "uMacthing for nothing." Teday no one can deny that wo are not involved in a fight even though it bo cold war ... of protecting that which wo believe to bo correct. Tkey country clubs lodges schools and churches have dkevered the valuo of sports. The groat pastimes of baseball football basketball tennis golf track and hexing to name a few offer character building which is gained through competition. Hardin-Simmons University has found that a sports program . . . both intercollegiate and collegiate is bene- ficial to Ha students who will some day serve as Christian leaders. Few participants of sports events enter in same with the thought...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 18 March 1950

i ko4r; &tth II ISM THE H-SU BRAND J . SPORTS By DUANE Just got back from a "111 ol spit and whittle session awhile ago and learned ... Along about this time every year at Winters some 40 miles south is staged an independent basketball tourney that draws' about the niftiest performers found anywhere around this neck. Well a handful of hardwoodcrs operating out of the Hardln-Sim-mons clan snatched together a team this winter and have 'been playing a few games here and there with other fives of similar origin whenever the opportunity presented itself. Under the sponsorship of the Modern Cleaners Just off the campus the H-SUcrs won the Winters Invitational last week by whipping a Lucky Seven quintet 65-64. The Lucky Seven club was made up of ACC Wildcat cagcrs. Named on the all-tournament team were Jack Martin Glen Burroughs and Slats Stagncr. Especially popular with the Win- ters townfolk was 'ol Slats who was given a watch for the most valuable player of the meet. Voted as the be...

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

""VrfT wp- jji tr'-TSTi-'y-pw!!1 V WflJWjJ?!5(S!SJ?' c4 THE H-SU BRAND Saturday Maiekll lHft sre t v jf qUHf yi Early Students Haul Water Toss First Bell In Old Well HtlTTO speak lightly of the early days of By JOHN R. HUTTO Note: Another in a series of articles concerning early life at Simmons. The Apostlo Paul admonished Timothy "Let no man despise the days of thy youth." Most of our great institutions of learning passed through their pioneer aays. success under nioneor BBBIBBBh conditions has ever been costly to the achiever. Those of us who enjoy the luxur- ies of our times should appreci- ate the efforts of our forebcarers who made possi- ble the present. At times we hear people speak lightly 01 the cany days 01 Hardin-Simmons of when the Institution was merely a high school. With equal justification similar remarks might be applied to all our pioneer schools. Har- vard University had an humble beginning in 163G when the Gen- eral Court of the colony of Mass- achusetts voted 40...

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

f Ti'i .& The SINGE Your pocketbook can take it if your heart can-Mar. 31 -at 10c nr "f ; - r NEWSt "Prodigal Son" prosonlallon P-l Col. 1 Focus Wook lUggeiiioiu P-4 Col. 2 "Corral" wants stories P-4 Col. 6-7 SPORTS! Ford Heads footballers P-3 CoL 6 Girls Tumblors P 3 Col. 8 FEATURE: Datirfg P-2 Col. 6. 7 Editorials P-2 Col. 1 2 The &Jumd VOL. XXXIV H-SU ABILENE. TEXAS SATURDAY MARCH 25 1950 No. 24 w t vf - Haynes Elected BSU Prexy Officers for the 1050 Baptist Student union council were elected at Hnrdin-Simmons Tues- day morning at the regular chapel session. Becomes Pastor Of Church; Campbell Is To Take Bible Classes 'HHHsHHHHHHsH bbbbbbRc .-Jt v&"j5 bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbB 'bBNAbbbH IBBH r:VBBBBBBH BBR;;-''Vv BBBBBBH BBBBs c BBBBBBBBBBl IBBBHl. irtUHBBBBBBH lBBBBBBMBjMBBBBBBBBJ iIbbbIHPIbbB 1 BBBBBBBWHaBBBBH BBBBBBML. -BBBH DR. ARTHUR A. TRAVIS "PRODIGAL SON" SET FOR RELIGIOUS DRAMA GROUP PRESENTATION "The Prodigal Son" a religious drama in four acts will be given March 31...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 25 March 1950

a ( r J i 1 t THE H-SU BRAND Saturday March 25 19S0 EDITORIALS.... Tho weather the calendar and tho happy-go-lucky air of tho students on tho campus all attest to the fact that spring has Bprung. And it's a mighty hard job to keep one's mind on the business at hand these days. It seems that classrooms become unbearably stuffy and lectures terribly boring lately. Aftjjr all who can really learn verb conjugations and chemical formulas when his thoughts follow his glanco out the window and out of doors! Sunshine and fresh air have more appeal than formaldehyde fumes. Tho time spent now in daydreams and laziness would surely seem more valuablo in tho form of an afternoon of swimming or tennis or picnicking later this spring. Those wishful thoughts just might come true if wo battle spring fever with regular study and conscientious application of effort. Livingston. . o Afuiiciand. One. Tho individual heads of tho departments of the School of music have finally got their noggins together....

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

u Salurday March 25 1850 THE H-SU BRAND 'Poke Nine Trips Bucs; Drop Second Game 10-9 By NORMAN PINSON The Hardin-Simmons Cowboys inaugurated the 1950 Abilene baseball season with a 3-2 non- conference win over Southwest- ern Pirates last week. Both Norman Childress for the Joe Grba-coached team and H. Priest for Southwestern went the route. Childress gave up eleven hits but kept them scattered is- sued no walks and struck out seven. Priest gave up a triple and a single to Bill Tolbcrt and a double and single to Bill Caglc fanned four and walked four. Priest a side arm flingcr aided his cause by singling home the first run as his team took a 2-0 lead in the second frame. The Pokes scored a run in the fourth added another in the sixth and then won the ball game in the eighth inning when Bill Tol- bcrt skied a triple to right field and scored on Slats Stagncr's long fly to left field. Stagner figured in all of the Cowboys scoring. He scored in the fourth and batted in two runs. Gene Wo...

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

pt THE H-SU BRAND. B&lurdey March 25 1950 Goodman & Glover Will Present Junior Recital As the first of its annual scries of student recitals the School of Music of Hardln-Simmons Uni- versity will present Bettie Good- man pianist and B. Jack Glover bass-baritone in their Junior Re- cital Monday evening March 27 at 8 o'clock at Caldwell Fine Arts Building. Miss Goodman a pupil of Thur- man Morrison will ploy the first movement of the Beethoven Son- ata in G Major Opus 31 No. 1 and a group of nineteenth century compositions by Brahms and De- bussy. Mr. Glover a pupil of Freder- ick Tooley will bo heard in a group of songs in Italian French and German by Monteverdi Du- rante Lully and Brahms; an aria from Verdi's opera "The Sicilian Vespers"; and a group of songs in English by HoTat Dougherty Koencman and Frederick Knight Logan. Ho will be accompanied at the piano by Mrs. Dub Wootcn. All arc cordially invited to attend. Dramatics Group Goes To Dallas Ft. Worth Today H-SU member...

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

j0k m Mt4m jholy WUr -axis 4 IhU 9iitm The SINGE You still can get it If they're not gone NEWSi Morgarot Fteo Ducheit P-l Col. 5? Screen Tour P-4 Col. 3 4. SPORTS: Inlra-Squad Game P3 CoL 1 2. Evans Loaves P-3 Col. 6-8. FEATURES: Around iho Rim Plcfuros P-2. Lotlers 1c Editor P-4 Col. 1 2. jStWf VOL. XXXIV H-SU ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY APRIL 1 1950 No. 35 t fr Alpha Chi Elects Yates New Prexy UsssssssssssssssssK S. 'M HaBR! bk Jp $ V JflisssssvySEHiHs LsssssssssssssK ?! &V SssssRsSsssHft L ? f? 3b&HHs!LsssE ISSSsBiSSSSSSSSSiSSKisW- V V"1 " v JH ssssssssssssHI9iissssnlBS2wi(HisBBisssssssssssssfl ssssssssssssssissssisssssssBliisssssP' iHsEK ssssssssssssssssssssssssssssBJiBB' JisssssissssssssssssssssH JACK YATES Free.Wins SW Award Willard H. Free freshman from Haskell cashed in on the Student of the Week award this week by being the first to guess Roland Starkey as the match for clues broadcast nightly over KHSU. Willard will receive two $1.00 meal tickets to Harper's Cafe and tw...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 1 April 1950

Saturday. April 1. 1950 M Id We Inxwd yA044td "Ike Rim With "lim' THE H-SU BRAND By CHERE LIVINGSTON With spring in the air and dust in his hair our Brand photographer recently set out on a shutter- clicking spree. Now "in the spring a young man's fancy lightly turns to thoughts of you-know-what." so naturally ho made a bee-line for Hunter Hall. Undaunted by the girls' shrieks of "Man on jseccdl" he succeeded in finding a lovely group ' '- ; ". of coeds on the " 'I .' ' ' ' ' dorm's sun deck. Realising the ar- tistic value of such a picture ho omlllod a wolf whistle snapped lho shuttor and made his get- away. Ho decided that he'd had enough excitement for a while so he sauntered over to the dullest place on the campus the library. Sure- ly onough tho sight of listless forms deep in the throes of ssrina fovor his eye. But everyone is a publicity hound and when some discovered there was .-jj.iphor present the poor boy was lucky pe with life and camera unharmed n is blind" recalled our...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 1 April 1950

-l"t Saturday. April 1 1950 THE H-SU BRAND PG P 0 Intra-Squad Game to Pit Purple Against the Gold L AWwry7 vBKLfdHL aT yfto Evans Rowan to Coach Kingsville High School It will be a battle of the purple against the gold Tuesday night at 8:00 p. m. when the Hardln- Slmmons Cowboy football team squares off in an Intra-squad game. The game sponsored by the Cowboy Club will be played on the turf of Parramorc Stadium scene of spring training for the Cowboys since March 20. Coach Warren Woodson will divide the 52 man squad into Purple and Gold jcrscyed elevens. The game will provide an answer as to who will fill the shoes of several graduating lcttcrmcn. One half of a nationally-known passing combination has been missing this spring. Missing is end Bob McChesney who caught 11 of John Ford's touchdowns last year. In an effort to replace lettcrmen in the forward wall Woodson has shifted Hugh Hlggins a defensive fullback and end to a tackle po- sition and has shifted Gene Of- field from defen...

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

THE H-SU BRAND Satuirfay. April 1. 1950 s. ?W4 ''. Wp -m Irani A Weekly College Newspaper published every Saturday during the term by the Hardln-Simmons Press Club in the interest of the Student Body of Hardin-Slmmons University. Entered as Second Class mall matter June 22 1017 at the Post Office at Abilene Texas under Act of March 3 1B79. Subscription Price Both Semesters . $1.00 Advertising Rates on Request Editorial Office: Room 2 GI Hall Hardin-Slmmons Campus. Downtown Office: 21 Hickory Street. Telephone: 2-7851 Extension 27 2-7853 MEMBER INTERCOLLEGIATE PRESS QJUtai banotlttf. Kincaid Buiimii. Manaif&i- Rob- Moated. H-SU BRAND STAFF: Associate Editors -..Choro Livingston Clifton Lawhorno Special Evonis Nelda York Religious Activities. Fino Arts Foaturo Editor Cartoonist Society Exchango Editor Sports Editor Bill Frazler Jamos Foathorslon Ann Carolhors ..Dorothy Crabtreo Mildred Brown Ellon Doylo . Dick Collins Sports Wrltors Duano Sandlin and Bill Nowman Copy Roadors Jean ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 15 April 1950

.1 . OnSlhU 9uh j STUDENT OP THE WEEK Huwoll Gtlep Cowboy land Soloist .i ' WINNER Eddyo Fout Haskell tonlor PRIZES 2 meal llckoii lo Harper's 2 tickets to Paramount . .. i) Lkten 7:30 lo KHSU 00 .-v 4 Stsumd NEWS Anna Hall's Now Look P-l. Col. 4-G O'Brien Dramatists P4 Col. 3 SPORTS Balloy named assistant P-3 Col. 3. 4 Now coaches P-3 Col. 7 8 FEATURE Nolan and Chick Tiger P2 CoL 7. 8 As others will see us P-2 CoL L 2 The- U Vj VOL. XXXIV H-SU ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY. APRIL 15 1950 No 28 Jim tB JBb?lc JflEJv X t I r isW)IIPflT ' ssH B8W. 5TU BINT sssssssssssssssssssssssssfeM Jbssssssssssssssf ' SK'" 'HbssssssssssssssssbeI 1rsssssssssssssssssssssscsbs1 BssssssssssssssssssssBrssssssssssWT.: W stBsWssssssKi sVsssssssssssBssssssI sssssssssssssVUllssssssssPI Wi sBLt- ssissssssssssssH isssssssssssssssiM 3HF' W?m . 4BsssssHv9BssssVlr -" I'bsssssssssssssssH ssssssssssssf:r;'rasssssssk: lss YKlH' Jk "V'H fc. llsssssH '- - ' VJHHH'I K Alisssssssssssssssssss! rsssssssssssUis1bssssssssPIIi1 WX ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 15 April 1950

'M. THE H-SU BRAND oJuf-ay April IS 1M0 X I TO R I A L S . . . . 'Campus Zoo ' Contest To Offer Prizes For College Satire Picture Captions JP. rWPU v V 'of cfcoioc is a privilege of which too few indi- 'take advantage .and still fewer make proper use Uk h rolled around n era in fur tlio iloo.t!nn nf tho jijLrTzitt v .r: .r : : . ; - ::y; r - i. nmm1- niwiikiw h wining yer. -my siuucnt wnu iMMta the Conetittuional requirements for any office and W6 mm s&tnire 75 signatures on his nomination blank it lgieto for election. Thcrcyare .eleven positions open: the eleven leaders ribtm' the sUident body chooses will determine the ef fi- IaWiAv nt naxt vrsr's rnVinpil. Tn wnrs nnst. both wise f Mttl ehoiesfl have been made. Unfortunately as "IH'J wdjys college oleetiona there have been instances in WhW mf&sers were chosen on. the basis of popularity j. V 'tww atar than for their leadership ability or their vf 'fpreeHtative interests u . :i For instance any nrim little coed whoso athle...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 15 April 1950

0 Sfthmhy April 15 1H0 THE H-IU BRAND RIDIN' B7 DICK lIHIIMMniHHHnHtm(imilHHHHnHMIMminHflHlimmiHflHMMilMlflHIMIHN4lMtnmi "The greatest fodco ever" is the hopes of the entire H-SU Rodeo Association as they get ready for their Fourth Annual Intercolle- giate rodeo to be held In Carl Myers Memorial Arena. E. W. Lcdbuttcr general mana- ger of the show is optimistic about the whole affair and is con- fident that the new arena will be ready in time for the opening show. Students from school have been helping out quite a bit in order to have it ready. With their help along with the Rose Con- struction company and the help of the Board of Trustees the show this year will be the best ever. Featured as special acts for the show will be Johnny Regan for- mer whip artist for the Cowboy band who will give the crowd an exhibition of roping and popping the whip. Others will be clowns Gene Frazler and Bob Damuth. Frazier is well known around the Hardin-Simmons campus for his work with the rodeo clu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 15 April 1950

fttlTTKW f . rn- -.:. ;. - 'i - . ' " ; Vv - i tj y "ii" ' f f'"" " j tv1 W iWPMu1"1 ' -rn r- Lc a l '' THE M-SU BRAHD Saturday April 15 1MQ rwrn .1- L .?- Podolsky Pianists Dr. Leo Podolsky concert pian- ist editor sponsor lecturer and educator will bo the judge in the national piano playing auditions of the national guild of piano tfnrhrra to be held at Hardin- 'V Simmons university Saturday the West Texas area are expected to attend according to Dean E. Edwin Young of the School of Music Dr. Podolsky is literally a world-wide traveler. Among his travels are included an 8000 mile concert tour across Russia and Siberia from Odessa to Vladiv- ostok: 426 appearances in the Far Knst. including British India. Bur- ma Ceylon China Japan and - the Philippine Islands and a round-the-world tour in lour ana one-half months. Through the past 15 years Dr. Podolsky has been an instructor on the faculty of .the Sherwood Music School in addition to being a concert performer. Over 25000 pianists ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 22 April 1950

R i V .. R S&icmr c u H VOL. XXXIV H-SU ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY. APRIL 22. 19S0 No. 27 . sBBBBBBBBiBBiBBf; "Vm HH BSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSBSSSi m.i HH fVHH Ht RbbHbmISbbh LbbsbsbsPV - JbbP bl&OB7 'IjEbHBHHiH PPjISL mmh 3BKcKJf Jbsi'UbsbsbViL " ' sbKbibsbsbsbsbsbs1 HuBHntiLJLiMPwBE& JHbBbK2HIbsk iHHB.'HHHBir 'ffffflBMfflWlMhlT - v TWCibbsbsbsbsBbbbI Bands Posses Floats Form Parade Friday; Myers Arena is Rodeo Site PLENTY MORE whoro theso camo from though not for long. Tho student volunteer rodeo arena workers lnlco time out for relaxation and refreshment as. thoy plan tho noxt modo of attack on tho new Myors Memorial arena which is going up. Western Jamboree to be 24 in Field House April Reckon the biggest western jamboree will be Monday night at 7:30 when the entire University is invited to the official "social" opening of Fracus Week in Rose Field House. Plans for the party were completed by "Hook" Da- vis Virginia Randel Suclla Lacy Maude Emma King Mrs. Mary Sha...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 22 April 1950

THE H-SU BRAND JWr4ay.AraHU HH. jrP!!. ? g3?Ctt1MnlMMBiM"''" k" ' r t. ii h .. ' lir ( I K Li- . .' !& IS.-' J A ' ' 11 . 'i.vv; S.JV' Hf - uj " u I must Mw ee'fcrt someone or five i W mmmmmm . EDITORIALS. ... W arf Am Pay The work on the student center nnd rodeo arena is coming along fine and it is hoped that both will be ready lor use Roon. This work "would not have gone along so fast if it were not for the rohfntary help of many of the students. Thcsfe students' have contributed of their time aud efforts without pay. They have worked hard in order that these projects could be completed aud soon enjoyed by everyone. To those who have helped and arc helping we givo a vote of thanks for a job well done. o KioAUif Owi Jftek Every inch the Cowboy school .. . . that will be Hardin- Siminons all next week from the official proclamation of Frontier Fracus "Week on Monday morning until the last rider hits the (lust Saturday night. Hardm-Simmons" rodeo week Avill be a whopping suc- ces...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 22 April 1950

v; - .ra Jf9 f TH"" " 'j'"T.I7B 7jSMr.f- ":t rr -v -tffH' v.rf V '. Sptrdy.'Ah 12 IBM THE H-SU BRAND All-Girl Quintet to Meet Cleaners in Field House 'i.'s"l.-fjrir r Wk .' - i A- 7 '- fr siX ' 'A o.- 4k ' A 1 ):: YJT a x..i !.. 7. ! v ' egj v." ! i y i " . i i (W of'- .- iflf I "V. I'- '"" x a" " ' . ".' Button Browsin' niHi By WILLARD PRATT PJrHpBKV.HHHMKK3 It's about time someone threw a few bouquets at the Rodeo Club for their fine work in "ram-rod-dlng" the construction of the new rodeo arena. This club has formed the nucleus for the work which is being done and it has been as- sisted by some of the more am- bitious members of the btudent body. There is still much work to be done but with everyone in there pitching all signs point for a very successful Fracus Week. This column recommends that every loyal student of H-SU straddle a barrel for at least one h6Ur a day which will tend to give a more western effect to our campus during the gatherin' of the old cowhands on the Forty ...

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