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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 23 September 1950

M 114J- .T Page 8 THE H-STJ BRAND Saturday September 23 1950 l' Pastors Need To Take Journalism Says Reed "I believe every pastor should have at least one course in jour- nalism" said Dr. R. Alton Reed public relations director of the Baptist General Convention of Texas' Monday morning. Dr. Reed addressed the minis- terial students of the university in behalf of the third Church News Writers Institute to be held at Hardin-Simmons October 3-5. "A knowledge of journalism is important in public relations and writing church stories for pa- pers" Dr. Reed continued. It is the purpose of this Institute to help church and press groups bet- ter understand their mutual re- sponsibility to the public and particularly to help church lead- ers in working with editors on religious news. Some of the principal speakers will be William F. Tanner head of the journalism department at Oklahoma Baptist University; A. W. Keirsey editor of the Ama- rillo Globe-News; Rev. Sterling Price pastor of the Univ...

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 — 30 September 1950

Sstattd VoL XXXV H-SU ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 30 1950 NO. 3 Mrs. Jefferson President To Talk At First Tea Hour President Rupert N. Richard- son will speak Wednesday after- noon on "Methods of Research" at the first of the 1950-51 series of tea hours sponsored by the H-SU library according to an an- nouncement made today by Thel- ma Andrews librarian. The tea hour this year is sched- uled for 3:30 p. m. Miss Andrews stated. It will be a daily affair and throughout the year other special lecture programs will be planned she said. Price off the refreshment plate will be" ten cents. Students and faculty members are invited to attend Miss An- drews announced. Dr. Richard- son's talk would be especially profitable to students she con- tinued and will "save students hours of floundering." In addition to his work as an educator and an administrator Dr. Richardson has written sev- eral books edited the West Texas Historical Association Yearbook and contributed to other histori- cal ...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 30 September 1950

y Page 2 THE H-SU BRAND Saturday September 30 1950 atfiU cM04ul& EDITORIALS.... c WUen ueuftJtinf Counts Have they given you an invitation to spend your vacation in Korea Germany Greenland China or Japan? Have you joined the peacetime army navy or marines by choice or otherwise? Or could you be asked "How long does your deferment last?" Twice now in the last decade young men and women of this nation have been forced to lay their books and the proper environment for Christian characters and ideals in the background to take up guns and come face to face with every sin known to man on this earth. And again we are in the same position where every min- ute counts when it comes to the knowledge of books prin- ciples; morals Christian ideals and learning how to get along with one another for world peace. Who or what will it take to make us realize the impor- tance of the present time which we need to spend in learn- ing all we can of what has gone before us what we have at our fingerti...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 30 September 1950

Saturday September 30 1950 THE H-SU BRAND Page 3 H-SU. Ranchers To Meet Trinity Tonight In First Home Tilt SPORTS ROUND-UP By BOB Well it now stands one and one; one game lost but the most important of the two was a win. As far as the Border Conference officials are concerned the Pokes are batting 1000 on the gridiron. The time is now here when all the students are going to have a peek at what the 1950 Ranchers look like in action. Tonight at Parramore Field the Pokes take on the Trinity Tigers at 8 p. m. There are a lot of freshmen that have never seen a college ball game and still a greater number that have never seen the Cowboys ride into action with both guns blazing. Tonight is the night. At the present time the Purple and Gold warriors have garnered 56 points and only allowed our opponents the grand total of 19. Not a bad average so far. Tonight the campus Cowboys tackle the Tigers for the 17th time. In the past we have won 11 of those games tied three and lost only two. Since...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 30 September 1950

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 30 September 1950

Saturday September 30 1950 THE H-SU BRAND Page 5 '-' 0 t f t r 0 4 1 Freshman Talent Night Scheduled For Monday Monday night October 2 is the night for the annual Freshman Stunt show which will be held at 7:30 in Rose field house Rich- ard O'Brien student council so- cial chairman announced today. The stunt program which is under the direction of the student council is promoted for the pur- pose of getting freshmen ac- quainted with other new students and upperclassmen. This year individual talent is to be emphasized instead of group 400 Auto Owners Register Vehicles Something new has been added to the windshields of about 400 motor vehicles driven by Hardin- Simmons students. The something new is a purple and gold sticker showing that the car has been officially registered in the Dean of Students' office. This registration of cars which seems to many students to be just another snarl of red tape is pain- less but important stated Dean Walton. The student fills out a form giving his...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 30 September 1950

w Page 6 THE H-SU BRAND Saturday September 30 1950 Ann cttaU JLihel Sailing Canada; Amoved !& tf-Uid Gamfutl Wo&t&ui Ann Hall raven-haired Florida sophomore arrived this week from Canada via air. Ann is a vivacious high-spirited girl who goes with her family to Toronto each summer to sail. They have made visits to Canada all of her life practically but Ann has been sailing in earnest only for the past three years. They go up to Toronto each May and live at the hotel until time for schopl to start in Sep- tember. Ann came directly to H- Fulgham To Head Future Teachers Gloria Fulgham senior student from Abilene will head the Fu- ture Teachers of America during the coming year according to an announcement by Miss Ethel Hatchett faculty advisor. First meeting of the school year was held Thursday night. Plans were made to write a new consti- tution during the semester and a social was discussed. Miss Fulgham was state secre- tary of the Future Teachers in 1948 and 1949 and ha...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 30 September 1950

Saturday September 30 1950 THE H-SU BRAND Page 7 4 ORiMttKMeil KB&miaMmm&&& i.ww 1H.V.S(HHM V ; -". HT'..'.::..B &g&. L'R.i saw? . k.'4j--ciy- '. v 3B3 Sa lliey Sou Question of the Week: What is your opinion of this year's fresh- men? Rusty Stewart who invented them? They don't impress me! Jean Walton Cuter and friendlier boys anyway. Constanco and Corinn Cowden So far they have been good sports and they are pretty good shoe polishers. Charleno Tucker They are about as green as they come. Claire Waller They arc real cute aren't they dear? J. Forrest Posey I pass. Gilbert Kendrick They have more school spirit than any I've known since I've been here. Jack Ball Best since last year. Betty Beavers Good sports especially band freshmen. Truoti Latimer Nicest in last three years. Robert O'Brien They are just fine all of them. ED ISBELL Isbell Re-Elected A Cappella Prexy Ed Isbell. nresidnnt. nf n onn- pella choir for the past two years was again elected to this off...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 30 September 1950

)fV P2L THE H-SU BRAND Saturday September 30 1850 W. A. STEPHENSON Stephenson Ends Term As Area Debate Leader Dean W. A. Stephenson for many years director of forensic activities at H-SU recently com- pleted a term as governor of the debate province of the Lower Mississippi. For nearly 25 years Stephenson directed oratory and debate work. However his duties as assistant dean prevented his giving more time to forensic activities. John Caylor Jr. new member of the speech faculty has been named to lead student speaking activities this year. The H-SU chapter of Pi Kappa Delta national forensic organiza- tion is known as the Texas Theta chapter. The Lower Mississippi province will host the national convention of the organization this year. The annual meeting will be held at Oklahoma A&M in Stillwater Okla.' Hill Rudd New Ranger Sponsor Vice-President The H-SU Rangers elected Lu- cian Rudd vice president in a recent meeting according to an announcement by Robert Moates president. Kenn...

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

Smut m& Vol. XXXV H-SU ABILENE. TEXAS SATURDAY OCTOBER 7 1950 NO. 4 Cox Smith and Lawson Are Class Presidents Jay Cox basketball player from Haskell will serve as sen- ior class president this year fol- lowing his election Thursday morning. Other class presidents chosen in class meetings this week are Bill Smith Bryan juniors; and Frank Lawson Abilene sopho- GATLIN TO SPEAK FOR PI GAMMA MU The Hardin-Simmons univer- sity chapter of the Pi Gamma Mu national social science fraternity will meet Thursday night at 8 o'clock in room 302 Abilene Hall it was announced today by Olin McCulley president of the organ- ization. Speaker for the evening will be Carl E. Gatlin professor of eco- nomics. He will speak on the United Nations. All old members and students wishing to join should attend the meeting McCulley said. Contacts can be made with any of the so- cial scinece department heads. Membership requirements are as follows: the student must have a "B" average must have a minor in of th...

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

:i'""j" tymp r"- Page 2 THE H-SU BRAND. EDITORIALS.... M Wide 0pi In the world today there aro two huge forces which-are pulling apart rather than together and world peace seems to be an idea that has passed out of the average individual's mind! Yet most g&vornmonts today are striving to main- tain peace at any cost. To maintain this peace government delegates from va- rious stages meet and discuss the problems confronting them in the United Nations. But even in the United Nations various states of the world cannot get along. These states are either Communist or non-Communist in belief and they are divided between the two forces. As college students the future leaders in this world of turmoil we should be interested in knowing of the world conflict going on about us. Wo should know the operations of the United Nations and the whys and wherefores of the struggle between communist and non-communist nations. It is admitted that to know of these things some study will be required bu...

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

Saturday October 1 1950 THE H-SU BRAND Fa 3 H-SU. Cowboys To Play Wildcats Tonight In Conference Tilt X i: m Kickoff Set For 8 In Tucson Contest SPORTS ROUND-UP HHlKJiHBHPilHnillBHBEH to K By M. BOB MOORE Add a few more points to the Rancher eleven. This past week- end added forty-one more points to the grand tally and allowed the opponent only 19. Not bad. We just received a letter from the University of Arizona public- ity department where they stated that the Wildcats would be out to stop young Ford of the Cow- boys. That's where they will make a big mistake for John isn't all the Woodsonmen have in store for the Cats. Let them bottle Ford up then the Ranchers will throw Bob Hart Bob Blair Charlie "Chew-Chew" Williams Tigers Goodef Malouf Taylor Allen (and this could go on all day) at them. Let's hope the enemy thinks we have a one-man team then will be the time they get the boom lowered on them. The Arizona publicity team in- forms us that there is a sopho- more quarterback call...

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

JW- Pag 4 THE H-SU BRAND Saturday October 7 1850 IKii&&- uHH IHHHlilH v w $ti --HalH JAMES WEST WADE MUSGROVE W10Y ATHLETE! By ROLAND James West .sophomore student from Sweetwater has shown him- self to have the makings of a sparkplug in the H-SU forward wall. West received a freshman numeral last year and has seen considerable action at center this year. When asked why he came to H- SU West replied immediately "I like to play clean winning foot- ball and that's what H-SU does." He hails from Sweetwater. During his three years at Sweet- water High School he lettered two years in football and was on the "B" team his first year. James is 19 years old has brown eyes and hair. He weighs 180 pounds and is 5' 10" tall. He is majoring in business adminis- tration and minoring in econom- ics. .He plans after graduation to go into business for himself and "to find that dream girl" in his life. Last summer he worked for the Production Marketing Association in Sweetwater measuring land...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 7 October 1950

Saliirday Odtpbr 7 1950 THE H-SU BRAND. Pff S fflm8$ r mmm:mmmmammmmm?-Wm w 1 11 1 I '"I'f Piii iiiiiiuM t&C$yHfc'?4g? -''SyM .;-. .fJWWl- W 1 1 iiHiiiii torn iiiuil -T ROUND AND ROUND IT GOES as Thomas Moring Spanish student makes his weekly disc in the Spanish laboratory record- ing room in Sandefer Memorial. The recorder picks up 'the voices of both Moring and his phonograph "instructor." Students go through the H-SU library turnstiles at the rate of approximately 340 each day ac- cording to statistics released by Miss Thelma Andrews librarian. During the ten-mdnths period between November 1949 and the end of the 1950 summer term 132450 persons were admitted through the turnstiles Miss An- drews stated. This figure does not include duplications. The greatest demand is for edu- cation books Mrs. IL. Q. Camp- bell circulation librarian has ob served. Interest is next highest in Bible English and history books in that order. Opon Stocks When the library was moved to its present ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 7 October 1950

...JC ?g THE H-SU BRAND Saturday October 7 1950 9utit4 fakM Say Church Writers Must Work With Newspapers Press And Church Viewpoints Voiced Ministers should establish the right relationship between them- selves and newspapermen the Rev. James N. Morgan pastor of the North Fort Worth Baptist Church suggested in a session of the Church News Writers' Insti- tute held on the campus this week. He stated that a minister can establish confidence with news- paper men without compromising principles or convictions. "Church leaders must work with editors on religious news" Morgan said. Purpose of the three-day meet- ing was to help church and press groups better understand their mutual responsibility to the pub- 1 i c. Sessions started Monday morning and ended Wednesday at noon. Viewpoints of both the press and the church were voiced at the meeting with representatives of each faction being present. Approximately 175 persons many of whom were students attended the sessions daily. Reach by Pri...

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

a i v Saturday October 7 1950 Floy Johnson48 Wins Journalism Scholarship Award Floy Johnson H-SU graduate and former editor of the Brand has been awarded the Theta Sig- ma Phi' national scholarship award of $500. The award was made at the an- nual convention of the women's journalism organization held in Detroit last summer. Miss Johnson is a teaching fel- low in the School of Journalism at the University of Texas. She has completed her course work there and has started work on her master's thesis. Her subject will be the forty-year history of Theta Sigma Phi. While at H-SU Miss Johnson was a winner of the Julius Olsen medal which is given to the grad- uate with the highest four-year scholastic average. She was editor of the Brand in 1947-48. She was also president of the Press club and a member of Who's Who. THE H-SU BRAND FOOD POISONING HITS 26 COWGIRLS The H-SU Cowgirls were stricken in mass by what authori- ties diagnosed as food poisoning while they attended the fresh- man foot...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 7 October 1950

i "nvwwr1 Pag t THE H-SU BRAND Saturday October 1 1J50 i 3ot Gewf&4 Today after a week of bowing and scraping and submitting to the Cowgirls' every whim 32 new members of the girls' spirit organization have returned to normalcy. Pledging began Monday morn- ing following the handing out of bids last Saturday. Pledges were required to go without makeup and to refrain from speaking to boys throughout the week. The pledging program for each day called for such stages of dress and indignities as plastering the hair down with raw egg wearing night shirts With boots walking backwards with the aid of a mir- ror and carrying wastepaper bas- kets of food. Throughout the week they were required to wear identifying pledge signs. Pledge week social activities included a theater party and ham (Continued Brien. I almost knocked over Lewis Shaw and Barbara Brown two H-SU exes but luckily they didn't see me. Shaw is Army bound but I am afraid that his French won't help him where the fighting is ...

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

V vt i V. i 4 1 2f ? '' '- r i :'iv " VoL XXXV H-SU. ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY OCTOBER 14 1950 NO. 5 Hm 'I in. 1 Editor Announces Staff For Student Magazine Roland Blackford sophomore business administration major from Abilene has been selected by the publications board as the business manager of the 'Corral. Ann Hall sophomore from Palm Beach Florida majoring in English has been named assistant business manager1. lyirs. Marion Dean editor of The Corral announced her staff member appointments this week. They are as follows: Fredda Odom associate editor; Olin Ash- ley feature editor; Robert Poin- ter cartoon editor; Ronald Waters fiction editor; and Mary and Bet- ty Post art editors. Fredda Odam is a senior trans- fer student from ACC. She is majoring in education and mi- noring in English. Olin Ashley is doing graduate work in jour- nalism. Robert Pointer junior from Abilene is a business ad- ministration major. Ronald "Waters is a biology major. The Post twins are art majors from Abil...

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

Pag 2 THE H-SU BRAND Saturday October 14 1950 Jlitl eMawU r I EDITORIALS.... 3)cuv Jke 9 tan GabtaUt The Crusade for Freedom ou the H-SU campus next week will give students an opportunity to take time out and con- tribute their part to the battle against Communism. It will give the individual a chance to express himself to further the cause of truth and freedom throughout the world. The Crusade doesn't require much of those taking part jriierc are only two things n person has to do to aid the cam- paign. The first is to sign a Freedom Scroll which signifies that you as an individual believe in universal freedom. The second is to make a contribution from nickles on up to aid the development of a "truth network" in Europe. Throughout the United Slates people are cooperating with the Crusade. Practically everyone that has had the op- portunity to sign a Freedom Scroll has done so and most have made contributions. Now it is our turn and we as students and representatives of Hardin-Simmo...

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

Saturday October 14 19S0 THE H-SU BRAND Page 3 Arizona H-SU. SPORTS ROUND-UP n By MORT Last wook the country's finest prognosticators and bookies were really thrown for a loss. Large and small college teams were up- set; the unexpected happened everywhere. But no matter how you look at it the hardest hit campus was our own "forty acres." The Cowboys were one of the two Border conference teams that felt the unpredicted turn-about The other was mighty Texas Tech who felt the jolt of an in- spired club from Canyon. The new Border conference threat is West Texas State with Texas Tech and Arizona State running a close tie for second fid- dle. Hardin-Simmons will have to fight a rugged uphill battle with every Border club they face in order to win the coveted title. After losing to a sophomore studded Wildcat team last week the Cowboys informed the rest of the loop that they can be beaten in the conference this year. Sportswriters the country over bellowed praises to our Cowboys that nobo...

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