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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 22 April 1950

r: Fa4 THE H-SU BRAND Saturday April 22 18S0 ff w f?! IPjBH r BsMmsMSMSMSMkvSMWSMSMSMSMSMSMm HiHlr'IHISHin hbPIhIbhe ihbHbwK'I JHR' HlflH BBHIEflEiiBKvfi HBbHHHIKu yflE i 'IffKI BDHHai'MBKHf mSSSSSSmSSBSSSmm June Posey to Present Senior Recital Monday A HANDFUL of ttudonls. faculty and ox-studont groups bravocl lho unlimoly downpour of rain which pracilcally engulfed lho Foundors Day procossion lo tho Cemetery Dedication sorvlco last week. Following tho message in Chapel by Dean W. T. Walton tho administration representatives lod tho annual march to tho gravoyard whero tho gravos of Foundors wero docked with flowors. Ex-Student groups wero socond in tho lino foliowod by studont roprosontativos and thon tho stu- dont body. Pictured loft to right aro: Bill Tolbort Dorothy Kincaid Paul Potty Ann Givons Jorry Swindler Carolyn Hannah Geno Offiold Barbara Oulhouso Ralph Jonos and Darlono Earp Class Now Studying Church Publicity The Religious Education 383 class under Dr. W O. Bcazley is n...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 29 April 1950

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Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 29 April 1950

WW? mT-- ;&w& T"si-.ie--''""(: .w -." 'jr?' :snfpv" ff (f?JK "SK THE H4KJ BXAKD Saturday April 3S. lMf ;? KICV . '-lr fc" t. Et" i4'- IKi . ! " i v I A It" KW v tf l ' 4 lo rfjui ft ' i A' t xt EDITORIALS.... Man BJOvd 7A Scnl v "Wken yau see the rodeo today just remember the man whom ' the 1ISU Rodeo Association and the wholo . rttwlest body is indebted to bo's Bill Ledbotter. Mr. Ledfeetter am served faithfully as general manager C. ine levent skW it origin in 1947 and baa been doing wonderful job each year each year adding on to mako the shows .bigger and better than ever. And then this year hi! finally put over a. deal ho had long wanted a 'new arena for the Hardin-Simmons rodeo. JCr.Iiedbetter approached the Board of Trustees with tke jdea and sold them on tbo idea of building a nico arena whteh the school could use from now until years to some. After tho work was started on the arena he know thp&it.wonldtako many hours of hard labor in order to . fcaTt.ftta arejaa ...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 29 April 1950

7"rjiwJ!f ?': tnypwfi$fr SalttrJar. April 21 1KB THE H-SU JWAHD rv: '-VV7 - ! A W'i fete- Mi y . . WZ ' .? Hi' W II ? V . 1 Cowboys To Meet Arizona Haass. H3- VMil?D t RIDIN' By DICK The West Texas State baseball squad wiped the smile off of their face Wednesday after getting beaten badly In a double-header affair which seemed like a race track. The smile was from the 19-7 beating the Buffs gave the Cow- boys in football this year their first victory over the Cowpokes " in 25 years. The three Hardin - Simmons pitchers McMillan Childress and Watson really pitched heads up ball allowing Just a few hits while the Cowboys collected a total of 28 hits for 30 runs. The Ranchers leave for Tucson in a day or two for the Border Conference championship b c- tween them and the University of Arizona. A Border Conference championship would be a wel- come thing to any student coach faculty member or fan of the university . Several C o w p o k c teams have come close to win- ning a championship in...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 29 April 1950

THE H-SU BRAND E Saturday April 29 1950 Pa4 R James Miller Will Give Senior As the final recital of the sea- N din-Simmons University will pre- l sent James H. Miller tenor pupil I jy vl Frederick Tooley in his Senior recital at uonrens unapei ai o p. m. Thursday May 4. Mr. Miller is the son of Mr. and Mrs. James C. Miller of Mishawaka Indiana and n gradu- ate of South Bend College of Commerce. He served in the United States Army for five wnrc nnd wns first. Ilniltonnnt in 'f tho 12th Armored Division beinc stationed in the United States at Camp Darkeley and for eighteen i months in Europe. f I Since attending Hardin-Sim- r ' mntiD lir fine hnnti Imnfrl f tn- quently by various civic clubs; as soloist at the First Presbyterian and university uaptisi unurencs; II and as soloist in university pcr- ' frMnnnne nf rTllr T.TrtcclnliM nnrl the opera "The Talcs of Hoff- man." Tho recital program will open with a group in English consist- ing of Beethoven's '"Adelaide" and two arias from Han...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 6 May 1950

Sit IkU 9Uwi JUNIOR EDITION NEWS! StUdeni Council Eolocllons P. 1 Coll. 58 Growing Years P. 4 Colt. 1-2 SPORTSj Cowboy Basoballeri Track Tonnli Toams P. 3 CoL 3-8 FEATURES! Siudeni Nurios P. 8 Editorial. SLAP MY BA"CK. P. 2. Col. 1.2 &JtUtcl VOL. XXXIV H-SU ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY MAY B 1950 No. 29 Jh& Jf . & Dunagan Finishes College Stage Career lit 'Candida' Virginia Dunagan will close hor collcgo dramatic activities In the production of "Candida" of which sho is the star. Sho is recognised as Iho best actress to over graduate from H-SU by Dr. Kathorino Boyd hoad of tho speech department HSU Wins Rodeo; Trophy To N. Mex. Hardln-Simmons won its own Fourth Annual Intercollegiate rodeo last Saturday night but was not eligible to receive the trophy which was given to second place New Mexico A&M. Hardin-Simmons collected 310 points to New Mexico A&M's 280 with Texas A&I and Texas A&M winning third and fourth. George Merzbacher of Texas A&I and Maxie Ovcrs...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 6 May 1950

t THE H-SU BRAND Saturday Mar 6 180 : A I r v EDITORIALS.... (hm A fai Study U StepfUtUf Stanetattmsie GapA "Why didn't someone tell me?" This was the wail of many students on the campus last week who missed the greatest performance oa the H-SU campus in the past five years barring none. The exultations given the unique concert of the renowned Henry Scott by those few who attended surpassed that of the most satisfied audiences in the past. We would like to be first on the agenda to recommend that this artist be asked to come back next year for an- other concert and that he be given a square deal then. The blame for his lack of publicity must rest on us all but we should never let an artist leave this city without giving him his due hospitality and in this case it is cer- tainly due. By next year Abilene will know what to ex- Kct and should turn out in crowds. Scott requested that be invited to return again so why not arrange it? Those who were fortunate enough to attend music lovers...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 6 May 1950

S&iurday May 0 19S0 THF. H-SU BRAHD t t-' -- ' 8 V ft .. I 1 RIDI1N' By JAY Let's tip our hats to a fine rodeo team which won the Hnr-din-Simmons Intercollegiate ro- deo last weekend. These boys and girls twenty-four in number really showed the spirit of the wild west by winning the first rodeo unreeled In the new Carl Myers Memorial Arena. They really worked hard and took some rough and tumble spills to win so lets give them a pat on the back. Those who represented us in this rodeo were: James Mlckler James Tollcs James Lightfoot David Rushing Charles Rushing Charles Hoyt Millard Jenkins Jerry Collier Boots Ransom Bill Humphrey Bill Guest Harold Wicker Lawrence May Rufus Roberts Lcs Strawn Chief Law- son and Speed Cooper. Billy Ray Margaret Free Doris Reid Jessie Myers Mary Sweet Jcancttc Cook and Mary Lou Echols. Cowboy Club Names Harley Sadler President By BILL Rose Field House was the scene of the annual barbecue sponsored by tho Cowboy Club Tuesday night. Some 220 members a...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 6 May 1950

' -z K r i TKE X-V MAJTO SAltftfnfty "fty ' V I "Tfr i . QiHf 1jaM Simmons Lived in Janitor Room; Prepared Own Meals (Note: This Is another in a se- ries on early llfo at Simmons.) Br JOHN R. HUTTO It is an interesting fact that the influence of great life may be felt by one of his fellow kind even though they bo separated by thousands of miles. But such is the case and was tho case when two young Jones county boys Ed Reeves and John R Hutto unlimbcred themselves and crawl- ed out of a covered wagon in front of the nd- ministration building at Sim- mons College on one summer day in 1099 and in- quired of Presi- dent O. C. Popo of the possibili- ties of their en- tering school They had .spent the day tramp- HUTTO ins the streets of Abilene hunting for work but had been greeted mainly by good wishes. v The wise president soon sensed their troubles and proceeded to rekindle their ambitions by relat- ing some of the hardships endured by Dr. James B. Simmons the founder of the college in...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 13 May 1950

"3"R If r lymr-r M On 7Uu 9uu SENIOR EDITION NEWSi New Brand head P. 1 Col 1 2 Hardin benefactor of Simmons P. 4 Col. 1 2 SPOnTSt Pokot rale top nationally P. 3 Col. 68 Cowboys Lose to Arizona P. 3 Col. 3 4 FEATURES: 4 Tho Laiio P. 2 Col 68 VOL. XXXIV H-SU ABILENE. TEXAS SATURDAY. MAY 13. 1950 No. 30 306 Seniors To Attend H-SU Spring Graduation On the program for spring graduation this year arc the Ex- Student banquet on May 27 bac- calaureate on May 28 and com- mencement on May 29. Approxi- mately 300 seniors will take part in these festivities. Rogers Is Prexy Of Cowboy Band Don Rogers junior student from San Antonio was named as new president of the Cowboy band at the annual banquet of the organization held at the Country Club Monday night. The ol'ncr officers have not been named as yet. Rogers is a two year member of the band having served as drum major for half that time. He is also a member of the Play- ers club San Antonio Club Bronco staff and Art League. It is the custom of...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 13 May 1950

nfcSM T ! 1 . ff . r U " O i -i - A V ft '! '. j i THK H-SO MAMD MMgMMMMMMMMMmM HFSyf "1 U- .-- ' 5 r t 1 . Y . -4 1 rvrr- i : -H-A 'if k t-j 1-' Lr tl?0 RIALS.... IN COLLEGE WITH "REB"- ' i V" i "v jTKoMgk too often wc do not like to admit it there arc numerous things for "which wo are deeply grateful and -fciiwerely proud. It is only in the parting moments that ' - We pause to take stock of them and perhaps brush asido 4 a tinge of Regret at the inovitablo parting. ' f 'Let's pause in the hurly burly of graduation and sum wer vacations and spend a moment together in these memories of a past year together both of joy and of sorrow. 7 Remember that homecoming football gamo against the favercd Texas Western eleven! How every Simmons heart chanted as one as tho team literally drove itself to a smashing' victory of 35 to OT And of course the dedi- cation Of that long dreamed of Library to our beloved Prexy Sandefcr! Thon the other football games: the fun wo had on our train excursion t...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 13 May 1950

1 s. w f D v '. i " .V'aV V V -4Vl . &':$' -. f?. . .. 141 .- 1 f .' ;;. V i m r. ti. WW etwroWy May It'. 1M SPORTS : By DUAHE With the Border Confer&nce spring 'regalia underway this week "it would seem that the theme of this column should pbint in that direction but brousing through some old statistics that have been piled up and have long since been tagged as musty ma- terial wc came across a few points that might be passed along to you more tolerant readers rind batted about somewhat at this time. Uncouth ns it may be no apology is offered. Last fall Cowboy footballers almost mercilessly became the target of prominent ridicule bp- cause of the "seepy" defense they struggled with throughout the season. Well if you thought it was tough watching opposing backs seep through H-SU defensive leaks last toll you should have been a Cowpoke supporter back in 1017. That particular year the Rancher outfit was barely nudged by Baylor University's big Bad Bears 103-0. Yep that's what ...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 13 May 1950

0 0 . . II' V Hg4 HOC K-1U BRAND i' I ' ( if r i: t t V. " 'O ra 'r KHSU Signs Off Airways; Will Resume In September LMt night (May 12) KHSU siftttd off at 9:00 p. m. and will not be back on the air until Sep- In January 1049 the first broad cast was made from the .Hardin- Simmons University radio station. Winston Moore was station mana- ger. This year broadcasts have been made from 5:00. to 0:00 p. m. ach evening except Sunday. Bob Todd was station manager last full and was made promotion manager in the Spring. Jim Wilkes was named station mana- ger upon Todd's promotion. Sports Broadcast During the past year KHSU has broadcast the home football bas ketball and baseball games. The basketball game with Texas Tech at Lubbock and with the Uni- versity of Arizona in Tucson were broadcast over KHSU. Also the baseball game with Texas Chris- tian University In Fort Worth was broadcast. A new studio Studio C has been added. Prior to this the sta- tion consisted of Studio A and Studio D in ...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 23 September 1950

cV - "? w spf ." ' . V-'-Ct ' Sjuutd Jkz Vol. XXXV H-SU ABILENE TEXAS SAT URDAY SEPTEMBER 23 1950 NO. 2 w MK TTvIT UiailBHHHBHHHaaHHHBHeMiSiim u'sO-' -i-M.'ys&'sg&ssaffi - ssk BEAUTY BEARING SEXTET of white horses which precede the Cowboy band during parades is shown above in a typical West Texas performance. On the way to Chicago for the National VFW encampment the horses had palace car accommodations equipped with drawing room and separate water and toilet facilities for each horse on the Santa Fe lines. Pictured left to right is "Sheriff" Will Watson band parade marshal for 25 years; Jackie Fletcher Mary Lou Echols Doris Reid Jonnie Delle Brock and Margaret Free. The flags represent the various countries under which Texas has served. Six White Horses In Style Hardin - Simmons' six white horses were subjects of a two page article in the September is- sue of The Santa Fe Magazine. The article described how the "pampered equines" travel first class to their engagements throu...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 23 September 1950

M' Pate 2 THE H-SU BRAND Saturday September 23 1951 ' . ."- EDITORIALS.... Wild Qamoal1fel! The world famous Cowboy baud 1 That is a phrase which some West Texans tpss off as a publicity punch line. They don't think it is true. But in Chicago about a month ago the Cowboy band "WAS famous and on an international scale. It is not civic pride it is not school pride it is not even typical Texas pride to tell our readers that the Cowboy band captured the national VFW convention. It also won the heart of the great city of Chicago. "What is our evidence? Cities the size of Chicago are accustomed to parades and to conventions. But somehow the Cowboy band was differ- ent. The people of Chicago were aware our Cowboys were there. And they liked them. Members of the band when not on duty and when not in uniform would go to restaurants stop on the streets pick up the newspaper. It' was their common experience to hear a discussion of "the band from Texas" or to see their picture in the paper. One...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 23 September 1950

Saturday September 23 1950 THE H-SU BRAND Page 3 Cowboys Seek Win Over Cincinnati ff-SU. BBBBBBBVBBBBBBKBBBaflBKt BYeBBBBB mM BBBBbWBbV mmm BBKBBBBBBBBBBBBBBH 1 VBHBBfMBBKVlBSBHfHIHBBBHBH SPORTS ROUND-UP By BOB It's welcome again to the pig- skin parade and naturally we turn our eyes in the direction of the Purple clad warriors of our own campus. One note of promise is a radio blarin' and some far city newspaper harpin' to the tune that the Cowboys are going to be the team to beat this year. It sure sounds good and if last Sat- urday's game with New Mexico A. & M. was any indication we do have the team not only on paper but on the field as well. One optimistic sports editor for the Arizona Daily Star by the handle of Abe Chanin has picked the Cowpokes in the number one slot and they are followed by Arizona State at Tempe West Texas State and Texas Western (old College of Mines of El Paso). Something ;that a lot of the Cowboy rooters will be glad to hear is that our age old rival...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 23 September 1950

Vf Fag 4 THE H-SU BRAND Saturday 'September 23 1950 r hif to88S?TK?rv'"Jf iwrm??WSK''8?'l I S? Si iJfcsy " ylS. Ss'Sj WPWWtflWIMIWIWpilMBiaiJ o "'" WmKKtk "itiiin iii i iiiinUi i' JM 1BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBL:l t??. MMMMH 1 .iBBm . ft t&Afc? feBBsKW o?v!L JSMS Wsv V H' 'liiBBBTBTBTB fe& J4xZ3WBW! JERRY COOPER Big burly Jerry Cooper hail- ing from Reading Pennsylvania is one of the main cogs in the Cowboy forward wall. He proved this last Saturday night against the New Mexico Aggies when he intercepted a pass and ran 53 yards for a touchdown something every lineman dreams of but rarely comes true. Football isn't new to Jerry nor is it the only sport. He lettered three years in football and three years in track while in high school. Since entering H-SU in the fall of 1948 Jerry has gar- nered a frosh numeral one var- sity letter and won second in the javelin throw at the Fort Worth Exposition and Fat Stock Show as a freshman. Little Speed as he is sometimes called stands 6' 2W tal...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 23 September 1950

Saturday September 23 1950 Church News Writers Meet To Have Prominent Faculty Discussions hv niifstnnrliritf journalists preachers and educa- tors will highlight the third Church News Writers' Institute which will be held on the H-SU campus October 3-5. Each faculty member of the In- stitute has been chosen because of 'years of experience in his or her particular field and because of a vital interest in all religious news regardless of personal church affiliation according to an announcement by R. Alton Reed public relations director of the Baptist General Convention of Texas. The Institute has been designed to help writers of religious news in their dealings with both the religious and the public press. A. F. (Tex) Keirsey will be among the principal speakers. Keirsey has for many years been an editor of the Amarillo Globe- News and has long been interest- ed m the presentation of religious news through the public press. Porter Routh former editor of the Oklahoma Baptist will pre- ...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 23 September 1950

Bf ' r H Pag I THE H-SU BRAND Saturday September 23 1950 Half. Smith i CubOfzeoH Work-On Bronco Ahead of Schedule Work on the Bronco is far ahead of schedule according to the editor Robert O'Brien. The cover has been designed and fin- ished completing the first major step for this year's Bronco. New sections on the year-end activities the graduates and the summer activities are to be add- ed the editor said. Pictures for the Bronco will be taken next week in the Student Union Building. Appointments begin at 8 a. m. and all students are urged to appear promptly so that the scheduled three pictures every five minutes will not cause unnecessary delay for those who appear on time. Men will wear coats and ties and white shirts for their pictures. Any student who has had ex- perience on annual staffs or who wishes to work on the Bronco is urged to talk to O'Brien some- time this week. Each class will have an editor and others will be needed to type and do general work. The -staff will beg...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 23 September 1950

Saturday September 23 1950 THE H-SU BRAND Pftf 7 H. I f Betty Jo Fagati Takes Youngest Student Title Pearl Harbor and the European trouble which immediately pre- ceded it are vivid memories to most H-SU students but fresh- man Betty Jo Fagan doesn't even remember it. Betty Jo who was six years old at the time of Pearl Harbor ( is probably the youngest student enrolled at Hardin-Simmons. "I'm no baby though" she pro- tested. "I'm 5' 1" when I stretch." The 15-year-old freshman en- tered the first grade in Haskell four months before she reached her fifth birthday. The reason for this early beginning she revealed was the fact that heiVmother was a teacher and could find no one to care for Betty Jo. Betty Jo has a lot of ambition despite her size. A journalism major she wants to write "just anything as long as it's writing." The day she arrived at Hardin- Simmons she met Angeline Jobe freshman from Lamesa. They dis- covered a common interest in dramatics so they immediately began work o...

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