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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 29 October 1938

t$ r v . feL' 4 S"i " T 'd THE II-S U BRAND r! V rts TOUCH FOOTBALL TOURNEY HITS STRETCH From The SIDELINE'; By BILL AMO Sports Editor ON PAPER tho Cowboys appear to possess n :i8-polnt edge over the East Texas Lions. This wide margin was secured fiom tho results of both elevens' piny against West Texas State. Today's visitors barely eked out a 21-20 decision from the Duffs while tho Purple and Gold stalwarts romped to a 39-0 victory over tho same team. Subtracting a single tal- ly from the Ranchers' 80 to make the state schools equal H-SU is 38 count- ers to the good prior to the opening whistle. Tonlghl'H clash however will more than likely lie a hard-fought battle. The reason lies in the fact that Coach Hob Merry's Lions al- ways are at their best against the locals. With everything to gain and nothing to lose the East Tcxans play over their heads. Last fall the Cowboys traveled to Commerce dis- playing a brilliant record and al most got upset nosing out the home squad 15 to 12 i...

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 — 29 October 1938

Page 4 TIIK II-S U nitANI) REPORTER-NEWS TO SPONSOR TRAIN California Trip I Plans Forwarded Rates Announced For Loyola Jaunt Tho final homo gamo of the current season on tap with East Texas State tonight campus plans are In tho mak- ing for a major H-SU participation In the November 10 Interscctlonal game between tho Cowboys and tho Loyola Lions in Los Angeles on November 10. A special train with attractive rates Is planned to carry the Cowboys and supporting delegation of fnns to Los Angeles. The train will bo known as the Ileportcr-Ncws Cowboy Special and Abllcno's homo newspaper will lead In boosting tho trip. At Los Angeles Coach Tom Llcb and his Lions will head tho entertain- ment committee seeking to even the books for the 7 to 0 win for H-SU last year with Burns McKlnney sprinting G5 yards on tho now famous "slicker piny" by the "hicks from tho sticks" us newspapers dubbed tho West Texas visitors. There'll be two days in Los Angeles with the departure set for Sunshine Special...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 5 November 1938

I k. fcM Jv f 0 4 a 1 B 1 f H H BV B-""i" EH 1 K B 1 HV jPj Hv F Vol. XXIII Z714 HAHDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXAS NOVEMBER 5 1938 No. 8 STUDENTS ELECT JEANELL GREEN SCHOOL QUEEN u T rrn fc S I ! ft. & l fef WITH REGULARS AT HOME COWBOYS TACKLE TEMPE FLOWERS for everybody. For Mighty Pond for Wnlly for the Stewed Council for nil these "chil- lern" herenbout. Pond for example. Ilia usefulness is past. The homo season is over. Let's cubbyhole him. But first let's put a rose upon his grave. The Council ffc'tc nlnn said G. Avery Lee was a good guy the ministerial angle not considered on cither side. Now to some of the less philosophical members of the council some of the boys who have been mama's pets so long they can't stand to hear the wind blow we bequeath love and affection. A rose to those bo)B and girls. The Players club. They're all pub- licity hunters. They're good actors too. Much better actors than publicity writers. Suggest they stick to acting we to writing (?). A ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 5 November 1938

mvMWnn& ii- -w.3r-n rr.. -.;. r VataX THE H-3 U BRAND IS. IS' s 7T "& : r '-. A T... -.1 'Sectorials Set Your Price rpiIOSE students who aro paying in cash their tuition and fees can cither bo badly cheated or may receive a great bargain for their money. Tho notablo fact is that it is up to the student to dotermine tho matter. Tho account is paid on a definite rate. But the amount tho student takes away in return depends on his own efforts. It's easy to pass courses gcnorally. And tho stu- dent who only passes his courses may not receive ample return for money spent. But the student who makes use of every minute will carry away knowl- edge obtained at a cheap rate. Consider the library fee of $3 per semester. For some students this is money wasted for they scarce- ly visit tho library. Others read books in such numbers that they would have spent if obtaining them from a rent library many times the $3 fee. For whatever Hardin-Simmons scholastic shortcom ings may be it cannot ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 5 November 1938

'1 .- -fH .fiifoA" 44A K4.H :: THE II-S U BRAND f j PHYSICAL EDUCATION TOPS INTRAMURAL STANDINGS j: K ; & tt -tvtuiXKr" t ' FxMtxti The SIDELINE By BILL AMO Sports Editor A FORTNIGHT ago the Arizona Stntc-Hnrdln-Slmmons grid act- to appeared to be In the bag for the hard-riding CowhandB. However the rosy outlook changed quite a bit fol- lowing Inst Saturday's results. Two vitally important factors produced the reversal of a thought-to-be- setup. The first sign of bad news cropped up when Co-captain Bud Reeves and Ow- en Goodnight sustained severe leg In- juries that will keep them on the side- lines for a few weeks. Neither of the regulars made the Phoenix trip. Then the surprising shock was received after tonight's opponents had recorded a 10-0 upset over Santa Barbara State. On paper Santa Barbara holds a 6-point edge over the Ranchers which In turn means that the Tempo eleven is 16 tallies better than wc are. The Santa Barbara advantage resulted from a simple mathematical pro...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 5 November 1938

V Pag 4 THE H'S U BRAND Baylor Student BSU President S. E. Smith Gets Office In State Organization Charles Myers president of the Baylor University Baptist Student Union was elected president of the Texas State Baptist Student Union as the Texans held their annual busi- ness session in connection with the fourth quadrennial all-Southern Bap- tist Student Conference at Memphis Tenn. Myer's election came while ho was in a hospital bed in Waco recovering from an appendectomy which pre- vented him from attending tho con- ference. He succeeds Lattimore Ew.- ing of Brownwood who was elected when a student in Southwestern Bap- tist Theological Seminary. Many Texans took part on the con- ference program among them being Dr. L R. Scarborough Dr. George W. Truett Mrs. J. M. Dawson J. W. Marshall and the original covenanters Drs. J. M. Dawson J. P. Boone and H. H. Muirhead. Tho other officers elected were Vice Presidents Marion Sledge Rice Insti- tute; Willene Short Southwestern Baptist Theolo...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 12 November 1938

' ' II II I I SSBssmmm I i i i i i . . . . ... .. . Vol. XXIII Z714 HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXAS NOVEMBER 12 1938 No. 9 FERGUSON BOYS SLATE BIG PARTY MONDAY NIGHT V i I" m fc I. Cowboy Special Train To Los ON PAGE TWO this edition sever- al students give their opinions as to this year's Brand. The answers show a nice range of variety pro and con which makes the "So They Say" column so much the more readable I notice that two or three students expressed opinions as to why there has been a little cain-raising on the part of the Brand. None of them however hit the real reason which I will hereby set out. All the dirt all the criticisms all the fun-raising has been for the purpose of filling space the Old Demon Space. Right here we want to extend our sincere thanks to those persons who have helped us fill space. Especially those who have submitted themselves to n little haranguing and those who have written letters to the editor and those who have so kindly allowed the use of...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 12 November 1938

v PateS TnE II-S U BRAND ;i) I 4- i; bWL 3. r" m Editorials Moral Victory OYALTY in its truest scnso is a beautiful thing. J Sunday we had the pleasure of talking with two members of a football team which yet has the pleasure of winning a game this year. One was a senior playing in his final season and the othor was a young eager sophomore getting his first taste of bitter experience. Although their team had been on thct losing end of the score after sixty minutes of furious battling neither of these boys were beat- en. They still had fight left in them. Before leaving for that game their coach had predicted in his inimitable way "My boys may bo beaten up there but they will come off the field with their heads high knowing that they played a gamo of which they need not be ashamed." And so it was. The senior had been injured hi the game yet he had refused to be stopped and had played every second of the gamo. Sunday he limped perceptibly but it was only because his tired battered bod...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 12 November 1938

Phi !.f''" COWBOYS MAKE READY FOR CRUCIAL GAME WITH LOYOLA ' 1 Ma r d. YJi "yS ?U- Tfl THE H-S U BRAND FrdDM Tlk PIPELINE; By BILL AMO Sports Editor LOYOLA'3 LIONS loom as the sig- nificant objective confronting the Cowboys. The powerful const eleven Is not being taken lightly. Conch Frank Klmbrough nntl his grid forces uro drilling hnrdcr thnn ever before to repulse Loyola's bid for lcvenge. It was just Inst fall that Mahuron Mc- Kinney and Company pulled the trusty "Sldeliner" for the mm gin of victory. The mighty Lions of Los Angeles arc gunning for the Ranchers. And what makes the situation interest- ing is the fact thnt H-SU will he fully prepared for the widely pub- licized clash. Coach Klmbrough Is- sued Loyola's plays to 'his reserve and freshman squads Monday and spirited "scrimmages have ensued. II-SU's second invasion of the west- ern shore this season Is gaining na- tionwide notice. Interest is being created everywhere it seems. Celc- brntions and festivities of all kind...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 12 November 1938

Page 4 THE II-S D BRAND Five Women Go To Third Round In Tournament Gravis Routh Short Painter and Painter Remain in Bracket Five contestants entered the third round In the first annual WomenM Tennis Tournnment during the past week of piny. Keen competition has mnrkod the matches to date resulting in several close contests. Wllmn Gravis Susie Routh Mnry Short Helen Painter and Nan Paint- cr comprise the contingent progress- ing into the third round. Miss Gravis forged ahead by defeating Avis Mat- thew G-0 C-0 and scoring over Mary Lou Johnson 0-3 G-4. Miss Routh drew a first round bye and then sub- dued Opal Lou Brock 7-5 G-3. Miss Brock had won from Frances Soar 0-1 8-G. Miss Short advanced to the third round by beating Bee Agncw G-0 0-1 and winning by default from June Brahaney. Following an opening round bye Helen Painter defeated Joyce Burford G-3 G-3. Nan Painter gained headway by drubbing Rose Nu- comber G-0 G-3 In the first round and then uosing out Winnie Modeling 5-7 G-4 G-0...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 19 November 1938

i'ol. XXIII Z714 HAKDIN-SIMMONS UNIVUHSITY ABILENE TEXAS NOVEMBER 19 1938 Nu. 10 COWBOYS BATTLE LOYOLA TODAY IN LOS ANGELES; SPECIAL TRAIN SECTION CARRIES TEXANS TO SCENE O.-.. .MJ-' $i T IIEY'UE OUT THERE in Cnlifor- of ti? would like to be. In fact ihcro were plenty of students who eould bnrely resists the temptation just to climb nbonril the train Wednesday ticket or no ticket. Standing by the tracks with the crowd was ltob Walker one of Hnrdiu-Simnions' most loyal c.- griddcrs and supporters. He predict- ed a 28 to 7 win for the punchers. And he's not often overly optimistic either. We hope he is right. We'll bet the ordinary passengers waiting for the train Wednesday night were bewildeied at the mob of col- legians scarcely realizing the case of all the ciowd Hut it would be fine if wo could be- wilder 'em more often. IE SENIOR CLASS has voted to buy n movie projector as its 19!W Rift. It should be on hand within a few weeks and shows ought to begin right away. Value of the pro...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 19 November 1938

MffiPTOf' ":;-. ; ' -- ' - 0 a - V ' ' v? wV'.. ' -'V4 .;"' '" r5 .;'.;..'...' . ;: . . ' ' . ' r PC.' o IP'-'' fcMimMiiMM:. THE tt-8 U BRAND A' .'; r &' l; lLlrtTrfTt1 rl IR "Early to bed early to rise makes you healthy wealthy and wise." Benjamin Franklin. ! "Ifjf 11TY5S f.; w W A v 1J ' ar : !. fait. j K . rf -I ; ? a--. h ''. fc- fv :? M't? -t ' ' " fcfcv UK- ". . N. PS- MTlnKflc '1 Sv - .ROADS leadies to the enmmis n rnce wrackf Yea nay observe' any number of people spee&M k aa effort to sake an 8 o'clock before tfcsTfrtefeesor closes the door. At noon it's race for hnek thea taey seem to wait until 1 :25 before lcav- ta fer that 1:30 o'clock class or tho office. Exchanges FIRST CHOICE in employment with Wellosley Collcire frcatimcn is homemnklng journnllsm and writing second. And it is interesting to find '1J Da yea realise there are moro students on tho out that thcy "till doing it. WAajU '4 IhAon Iiamvm A Via hi mm ntUnM tlMn nC 4ltn I - a uhhu ij .nciro uunm tuau at...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 19 November 1938

VjPWV-(?fy. H: j " k v THE H-S U BRAND -'. v &. r pH k ?. PHYS h Blackburn Tops Intramurals In Scoring Derby Whats Left Still In Running For Touchball Crown By RENRY SCHULZ Intramural touch football reached the stretch this week and the Phys. Ed. club continued to hold the lead. On Monday afternoon the Hoopsters held the Whats Left to a twelve to twelve tie. The Hoopsters lead until the last quarter when the Whats Left finally came to life and scored the tying points. The Hoopsters scored first in the second quarter on a pass to Cumblo in tho end zone Reed missed the try for extra point. In the third quarter Weatherby scored on a Ion? pass and the try for extra point again failed. At the start of the fourth quarter Stevens of the What's Left started throwing long passes to Blackburn. Blackburn caught one on the thirty and scored easily. With only about a minute to play Stephens again passed to Blackburn for sixty yards and the score. Both of the extra point tries were unsuc- ces...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 19 November 1938

'. 'US ypyv iiyWHir..i ' Fae 4 THE H-S U BRAND f. SPEECH DEPARTMENT TO PRESENT PLAY SCENES DEC. 8-9 Top Moneymakers Listed By Fidler Katherine Boyd ToDirectWork First Night Program Invitational Only Next major project of the speech de. partment will bo the presentation De- cember 8 and 0 of several short scenes from famous plays. The December 8 program will be in- vitational tho December 0 presenta tion open to tho public. Admittance will be free on both nights. Tho first scenes will bo taken from "Electro" a well-known Greek trag- edy by Euripides. Those in this scene are Jcanette Patterson ns Eleltra Franhes Largcnt as Clytemncstra tho queen and Charles Artrur McCluro as Orestes and Althca Shriever as lead- er of the chorus. Tho chorus will be members of the Speech Choir. The next group includes shoit scenes from Shakespeare's "Romeo and Juliet" "Twelfth Night" and "Othello." The famous potion sccno from "Romeo and Juliet" will bo ploy- ed by Edith Lewis. Frances Thomas as Viola; ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 2 December 1938

Dozen Students Fight It Out For Beauty And Beast Honors f-s-grj-er-sfci- J.ij-au i : -it1 a - -i j - .. i -.i.u- -l.-... r"m"" t ir --.. -i i ...i 1. i -' "" u.--a-a----3-3g-a-gaa-a -' if--wa.-mij' jbi- -w-M-aaa-a-j-a-e-e - ....... . -; ..... . . ....J.. J..JJ. Vol. XXIII Z714 HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY AI1ILENE. TEXAS DECEMIIEIl 2 1938 No. 11 m-ge COWBOYS WILL BATTLE PERPETUAL ENEMIES TOMORROW AT BR0WNW00D IN SEASON CLASSIC fP PERHAPS TOO MUCH is said else- where in this edition about the Yellow Jackets. But if you'll pardon the personal mention I have lived right across the street from the Hnnlin-Slmmons cam- pus for exactly 10 years. During that time I've seen the Howard Payne boys make it terribly embarrassing on Hnr-din-Simmons. Just you slimes remember this: Howard Payne is always tough; they always will be tough; and it J wilt take a lot to beat 'cm. " Howard Payne is no jerkwater col- lege at least not in athletics. It's teams are good playing against any- body four times as ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 2 December 1938

pjwv - ' Umt THE H-S U nRAND . r- . ri if- . v jK 5. ft- !$ m p" Iw r f- f 6 fa y ft? . U"' h. - ." -. 1 V 'Editorials The Rocky Road Of Ages "Much wisdom often goes with fewest words." Sophorles. Exchanges I Campus Camera SOME YEARS ago a young mau wrote u book called iho "Koad of Ages." In tlio book the author depicted the Jewry ot all the worm tunning a great procession in a march to unoiuer piomiscu land. Jews of every class from cverj nation writ- ain Prance Qcrmuny llungary Austria Italy America and even from their native I'nlcstinc. joined In the wearisome trek across friendless Eu-; rope the hazardous crossing of the Ural Mountains and the cold Mongolian plateau on to the promised land the desert of Gobi. For thousands of years the patient and suffering Jew had been the persecuted scrapegoat of all the world. They had been driven from every land that was dear to them including sacred Palestine the center of their religious history. And their final reward was a barren unpeopl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 2 December 1938

-TO VUf-" ( THE H-S U BRAND Pftftl ') K r V R .. 7 r V .- Nine Seniors Play Last Game In Saturday Battle fFraDM Tlh PIPELINE By BILL AMO Sports Editor T OMOKROW will bo the Inst round- - up for the 1038 edition of the Cowboy3. The season hns been n suc- cessful one thus far but a win over Howard Payne is needed to put the finishing touches on the campaign. Rightfully heralded as "The Gridiron Classic of West Texas" is the long- awaited H-SU-HPC conflict. It's the big game for both teams and the squads arc anxious to get into action. Coach Kimbrough and the boys want this tilt more than any other engagement played during the past three months. The Yellow Jackets are not being taken lightly doing away with an over-confident tend- ency. Last year a cock-sure atti- tude and Jim Minor marred an un- defeated untied slate via a 7-7 deadlock. Strenuous drills stress- ing the Hrownwood club's plays marked the final week of practice for the Ranchers. "Jim Minor" In the form of Trick McGuIre r...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 2 December 1938

Page 4 THE H-8 U BRAND 'Vwiite BEAT HOWARD PAYNE ON TO BROWNWOOD On Saturday December 3 The Cowboys of Hardin-Simmons University Meet Those "Ever Troublesome" Howard Payne Yellowjackets. This Battle is More Than Just the Last Game of the Year it is the Last Game 9 of Our Cowhands Will Play for H-S. U. So to the following 9 Seniors Raley Headstream Guy Pletcher Reeves Raiborn Henrich Bigelow and Hubener who have given their all for their school and their team we give our support and thanks and Cry "ON TO BROWNWOOD AND ON TO VICTORY" TO THE SENIORS In Appreciation of Your "Never Die" Spirit Clean Sportsmanship and Fine Record That You Have Maintained in Your Career at Hardin-Simmons University We the Undersigned Wish to Assure You of Our Eternal Support and Also Desire to Wish You Much More Success in Your Future Undertakings Off the Grid and Campus. QUEEN of the WEST Coffee A Home Town Product WEST TEXAS COFFEE CO. Abilene Phone 7032 On To Brownwood Beat Those Yellow Jackets! 4 ftRMM...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 10 December 1938

I LnJibU JL V n k H V " " H H BP bbnm H IH K 77 ! F ol. XXIII Z714 HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXAS DECEMBER 10 1938 No. 12 ; V 1? THURSDAY is election dnyj the Beauty and t?.e Beast the Rose and the Thorn will be named. So lino 'em up boys. Let's elect the ugliest nnd the beautlful-est. No law against the candidates doing a little campaigning either in case they want that expense paid date. A rose here to the Cowboy foot- ball team on its good season. The team really won more friends and gained greater respect this year than last when the scores were more favorable We're passing on our compli- ments to Howard Payne and the city of Brownwood for their sportsmanship and extending our thanks for their courtesy. They were good hosts and clean oppon- ents. THE COWGIRL band will make its first formal appearance next Fri- day. There will be a concert open to the general public nt which the Cow- girls will display those new uniforms and their musical accomplishments. Let's all be th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 10 December 1938

?W V " ? t -4.K htt THE H-S U BRAND !1 K VA 5 ft ' ! ttl w . SclitGrials "Peace is such a precious jewel that I would give anything for it but truth." M. Henry. High Water Mark TF POSTMASTER JAMES FARLEY ever goes down in history it will either be because he has issued more postage stamps than anyone iti history or because he is a modern version of the big bad wolf. We want to talk abont postage stamps. We are frankly amazed. The only thing Farley hasn't commemorated with a gummy rectangle is the repeal. He is unfair to organized philatelists. That's no joke. Most American stamp collectors soon tire of col- lecting foreign stamps because of the strange way countries have of disappearing. After the war Ger- many issued enough stamps to paste up the earth and send it to Mars . . . only there was a catch: they weren't worth anything. Speaking of disap- pearing countries how many of you remember Ser- bia! Today we arc busy forgetting Ethiopia and Austria. But all of those countries issu...

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