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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 14 October 1950

Pag 4 THE H-SU BRAND Saturday October 14. 1950 SCOTTY HOLLAND COWBOY By ROLAND If H-SU gets m a tight spot to- night and has to kick the edu- cated toe of Scotty Holland will be" called upon to do the chore for the Cowpokes. Punting is Scotty's specialty. Against Trinity he booted from the 50 yard stripe placing the ball out about six inches from the goal. His longest kick was about 65 yards against the University of Arizona. Last year Scotty played with the Buttons at fullback. He did all their punting. He is especially talented at kicking out of bounds at almost any given point. While in Abilene high school Holland lettered in basketball three years and baseball two years as well as lettering in foot- ball three years. He was captain of the '48 football team and of the '49 basketball squad. Like Troutman Scotty was president of his sophomore class in high school. Anytime he isn't playing sports you can find the ' 2" 200-pound Cowpoke reading sport stories .eating or sleeping. Howe...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 14 October 1950

Saturday October 14. 1950 THE H-SU BRAND Paff S & 1? " Todd O'Brien Get Production Leads Leads in Players club's major production "Ah Wilderness" will be played by Bob Todd and Rich- ard O'Brien Dr. Katharine Boyd chairman of the speech depart- ment has announced. Todd will play the part of Nat Miller and O'Brien will appear as Richard the son. Other members of the cast are Betty White Essie the mother; James Martin Arthur; Wanda Wilkes Mildred; Dick Poe Sid Davis; Nita Grimes Lily Miller; Genora Brown Muriel; George James Wint; and Doris McDaniel Nora. The play which is a sentimen- tal comedy will run for two nights November 16 and 17 be- ginning at 8:15 p. m. It will be presented in Behrens chapel. Ad- mission prices will be announced later Dr. Boyd stated. Special sets are now being con- structed to portray the middle- jalass home of a community news- paper editor of the early twen- tieth century. Larry Skylstad is directing the set construction in workshop each afternoon. Te...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 14 October 1950

Page 6 THE H-SU BRAND Saturday October 14 1950 BSU CONVENTION TO BE IN HOUSTON November 17-19 has been an- nounced as the date for the Bap- tist Student Union convention which is to be held at the First BapMst church in Houston Texas. Students are urged to begin saving for the trip now Truett Sheriff religious director stated. The trip will cost approximately .twenty-five dollars he added. Expenses will cover a $10 round-trip ticket by chartered bus plus $6 for a two-night hotel stay and the cost of nine meals. Approximately 170 students at- tended the convention at Dallas last year. It is hoped that 200 from H-SU will attend the con- vention this November Joe Haynes BSU president stated. The BSU office located in GI Hall' will take care of all regis- trations. The bus fare must be paid by the end of October. There will be twenty state conventions of Baptist Student Unions throughout the United States this year with fifteen in October and five in November. RANGE GUIDE WILL GO TO PRE...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 14 October 1950

Saturday October 14 1950 THE H-SU BRAND Page 7 Students and Faculty Eleven From H-SU Play In Abilene Symphony Four faculty members and seven students from Hardin-Sim-mons university are among the members of the Abilene Sym- phony Orchestra which was or- ganized recently under conductor Jay Dietzer. Pollard Will Hold Revival Services Dr. Ramsey Pollard Knoxville Tennessee will be the evangelist in a two-week revival at the University Baptist Church. The revival will begin October 15 and continue through October 29. Services will be held at 10:00 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. daily except Saturdays when there will be no morning services. The singing will be under the direction of Rev. W. J. Weekes professor of Bible at H-SU. Dr. Pollard is pastor of the Broadway Baptist Church in Knoxville. He is a native Texan and was born in Cleburne. He is a graduate of Southwestern Bap- tist Seminary and received an honorary doctor's degree from Carson-Newman College Jeffer- son City Tennessee. Dr. Pollard...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 14 October 1950

THE H-SU BRAND Saturday October 14 1950 Page. 8 SUMERLIN TO DO SYMPHONICWORK FOR STATE MEET Macon Sumerlin professor of theory has received a commis-' sion to write a special symphonic work for the Spring Festival of the Texas Federated Women's Clubs. The new work will be called Romantic Suite in keep- ing with the theme of the 36th annual meeting of the club. The three-day meet will be held in San Antonio in April. Dele- gates from all the music clubs of Texas will be present. The new work will be played by the San Antonio Little Symphony on the last night of the Festival. Sumerlin. who has recently finished his Symphony in one movement for band will drive to Oklahoma City early in Novem- ber to hear the first public per- formance of the work by the Oklahoma City University Sym- phonic Band conducted by James Neilson. November also will see his "I Am Music" for chorus published by Carl Fischer Inc. off the press. The number is on the con- test list for Interscholastic High School c...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 21 October 1950

f" " t v ' r I 7h& Ssiand VoL XXXV H-SU. ABILENE TEXAS SAT URDAY OCTOBER 21 1950 NO. 6 -h ; Corral Will Be "Larger The size of the Corral will be V larger this year. An eight and a half by eleven inch magazine will replace the six and one eighth by nine and a half inch edition of last year according to Mrs. Mar- ion Dean editor. December 15 has been set as a dead line for all material to be submitted to the magazine for the first semester edition. Mrs. Dean requests students to submit their material before that date. The second meeting of the Corral staff was held in the base- ment of Sandefer Memorial Tues- day evening at 7:00. Ann Wolf freshman from El Paso was ap- pointed to assist Roland Black- ford business manager. Posters were made by the fol- lowing students to be placed in the dormitories dining hall and the Student Center: Robert Pointer cartoon editor; Mary and Betty Post art editors; Ann Hall assistant business manager; and Mrs. Dean. These posters are to encourage t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 21 October 1950

Ff 2 THE ri-SU BRAND Saturday October 21 HSO fit. ' d m EDITORIALS.... Football season is here and the H-SU cheerleaders arc decked out in new uniforms. Needless to say they are a great improvement over the ones of last year. However several complaints have been made as to the fact that the uniforms are not as western as they should be to match the atmosphere of the Cowboy school. For instance the satin shirts are not at all on the western trend. Why not have something more tailored ? Instead of purple and gold the II-SU colors might just as well be changed to purple and white for that is the color of the uniforms. A touch of gold might show more patriot- ism on the part of the cheerleaders. Nevertheless congratulations to our five cheerleaders Willard Pratt Gilbert Kendrick Frankie Mcintosh Ella Bostick head cheerleader and Nancy Roberts for the grand job of cheering yelling and boosting they have done so far this year. They have been instrumental in the increase in school spirit f...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 21 October 1950

THE H-U BRAHD PM $ Pokes To Face Cougers Friday Night Saturday October 21 1IS0 Team Seeks 50th Win For Woodson By LLOYD WRIGHT The Hardin-Simmons univer- sity Cowbovs and the Universitv H-SU. SPORTS ROUND-UP By MORT Last week's triumph proved one m thing that the Cowboys pack enough explosive scoring punch in one man's arm to down any club in the tough Border confer ence. That man is John (Model T) Ford who against Arizona State of Tempe last week earned his master's degree in the difficult art known as aerial wizardry. The two time All-Border con- ference quarterback almost pass- ed the Sun Devils off their feet. He completed 20 out of 25 passes for the astounding total of 293 yards and two touchdowns. Only one of Ford's aerials was not in arm's length of a potential re- ceiver so true was his aim. Many a man has stepped off a bench and proved his oats in a contest. Last Saturday the name Harold Taylor was on everyone's lips. Taylor previous to the Tempe game didn't play too of- te...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 21 October 1950

rfcr - r vim --r "' r y NM TM1C M-IU BHAND Saturday CHrtoter 21 lHt SB i.JLU H "-V V T- . IliSSSEli ttllBHllill iliilliiBiilllllii ABB95Si&r? mmmmmF S: SMmmBMtBMmmWT'mfKma. Ymmmmv'rmi ?jx"?mmmmmmmm. . . .- xi-x x f s t; vM lvx-: vpv . - sv- . s . 'vK $HMRK&&m&ii mmtmvmmmmm BILL CAGLE COWBOY By ROLAND "Wild Bill" Cagle junior from Childress dealt Arizona State misery last Saturday from his po- sition at 'defensive end. Cagle is one o the main cogs in H-SU's defensive machine. He came here in '48 as a Button. That year he proved his 'stick- ability' and was carried over to the varsity the next year. Bill was vice president of the sopho- more class that year. His versatility is shown by his 420 batting average on the Cow- pokes' baseball team last season. He was an outfielder. Big 6 2" 194-pound Cagle was voted the outstanding player in district 2 AA his senior year in high school. He was captain that year having lettered the three previous years. Physical education and...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 21 October 1950

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 21 October 1950

.. w "omh. uii miiuii i .4 .1 ! n 1-K THE H-SU BRAND Saturday. Otobw 21. ltM am ScUatU SpMi Jlauntb Maty tf-ioHc&l Go-oJU By ROLAND How would you like to miss school three days and have all your meals served in your room? Well that was exactly what nineteen of the girls in Mary Frances hall were doing this week. Ruth Goates university nurse imposed a three-day quarantine Saturday night after the football game in an effort to prevent any further spread of the 'school spirit.' When Dean W. A. Stephenson was a student here he says that practically everyone in school had the 'school spirit.' Martha Arnold Joyce Sides and Jeree Beaird three of the victims composed the following song to express their feelings to- ward the situation: "I'll hold you in my heart 'Till I can hold you in my arms 'Cause I've got the seven-year itch. ' I think of you three days And then I'll dream three nights away 'Till you're in my arms once more. The girls up in the dorm NKnow about the harm I'd rather di...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 21 October 1950

ft Saturday October 21 1950 THE H-SU B1TAND. Pa 7 " ' r-raaf Actress Presents Banquet Program Mildred Frances Cook former Broadway actress presented the program for the Players club ban- quet last Friday night Her routines included a dra- matic scene from "Media" by Robinson Jeffers; the Indian song from "Annie Get Your Gun;" original routines entitled "Holly- wood" "Ah Sweet Misery of Life" and "Stars of Summer Stock;" and a take-off on "South Pacific" entitled "North Atlan- tic." She was accompanied by Mar- cille McRae of the Baylor univer- sity music faculty. Robert O'Brien served as mas- ter of ceremonies. About 50 members of Players club and their guests attended the banquet. Special guests" were Dr. and Mrs. Rupert N. Richard- son and Dean and Mrs. W. T. Walton. 1 v ' jBs fiB fe Biwrc Hn - B-- 9 Pl P m OT 11 &9.T LI JiiK i. oaalaaaaaaaaaaaH aH'HaHn lf aHi H: O K f aV Is t IBB t s aaVi aw 5.4 ftaaaaaaaaaaaaaB Bv ? vSdH w at sbbbbbbV jJT bbbbbpS ' jH .. laB HbK JbbK . aaBBBB...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 21 October 1950

SsbJ. All Unofficial Four Male Quartets Available On Campus By BETTl TODD The ' Hardin - Simmons music t school now boasts four male " quartets ready for call according to Euell Porter chairman of the voice department. As yet no one of these has been named the "official" univer- sity quartet. All of them can and will represent the university at church meetings civic clubs and other gatherings. Perhaps the best known of the quartets is the one made from the nucleus of last year's Univer- sity quartet Remaining members singing in the group now are Bob Smith second tenor; and Billy Smith baritone. Rounding out the foursome are Charles Downey bass; and Bill Meads first tenor. This group has been part of the program of the New Mexico Bap- tist Convention which met in Al- buquerque this week. The only all new quartet this year is the freshman boys quartet. It is made up of Roy Lowe first tenor;- John Burgess bass; Ronny Bates second tenor; and Norman Ward baritone. The other two quartets ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 28 October 1950

th& iW Vol. XXXV H-SU ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY OCTOBER 28 1950 NO. 7 TROMBONE TRIO of the Hardin-Simmons Cowgirl band is pictured above playing "Slippery Ladies" a specialty number. Members of the trio are left to right Doris Crudgingion Tomi Wil- liams and Ann Ketner. All three girls have received special recognition in the band outside of being a member of the trio. Miss Williams from Levelland is vice president of the band. Miss Ketner of San Antonio has won first division honors in state music contests. Miss Crudgingion from Breckenridge is band vocalist. FOUR DAY TRIP Cowgirl Band Will Depart M onday For Concert Tour The Cowgirl band will leave Monday on a four day concert tour of the Texas Panhandle and Oklahoma. The band will present a variety of musical numbers semi-classical popular and novelty among them numbers from "Annie Get Your Gun" "Whoop-de-doo" "Marcho Polko" "Ballad for Eve- ning" and as a finale "The So Long Song." Special Features The band has a number of spe-...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 28 October 1950

s Page THE H-SU BRAND Saturday October 28 1SS0 EDITORIALS.... J I 74e Jutelfjtk Man "We used to have some pretty good pep rallies on tlie old forty acres. Students were actually interested in support- ing their teams. We had some school spirit. But that was "used to." We just don't seem to have that school spirit anymore. And judging from the turn out at past pep rallies H-SU students are just not interested in their teams. Of course we still yell at ball games and we do muster a little school spirit on the gridiron bleachers. But that's about as far as it goes. Actually about the only time people can tell we're interested in our team is on the football field. We need a' little of that spirit off the gridiron. At the last pep rally not even half the bleachers on the south side were filled. If the Cowgirls Rangers and Cowboy band hadn't been present it would have been practically an empty house. Sure most of us are young ladies and gentlemen and we try to be dignified. We have a lot ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 28 October 1950

Saturday October 28 1950 THE H-SU BRAND Pff 3 Buttons H-SU. X- W --rw. SPORTS ROUND-UP By MORT A stubborn Houston eleven tamed the Cowboys for all but four minutes of the final quarter last Friday night but then lost their sting as Bob Blair romped over the left tackle and skirted 44-yards for the game - tying touchdown. Bill Golman put the clincher on the game when he booted his second extra point. The Cowboy line didn't func- tion as it has in the past but then again few expected such a good team to come from Houston as played here last week. The Cou- gars were big rough and follow- ed out their blocking assignments to a "T." They ran over our tackles pushing the ends out and in general ran as they pleased. But when the chips were down and the wheels spun for the last time 'the Cowboy linemen held and each time prevented another Cougar score. It seems that the Cowboy secondary played too far back of the line and didn't get up fast enough toN plug some of the gaping holes. However ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 28 October 1950

Pag 4 THE H-SU BRAND Saturday October 28 1850 Ranchers Nudge Cougars To Record 14-13 Victory COWBOY ATHLETE! By ROLAND BLACKFORD kkkkkkkB' - fiHtk s vs s sPH'kkkkkH 9nm''Vn.K' " " "V. V" wK' . "'Kmr-? Wm K; JHl; iMI :fciJlis; WAYNE GUMM Wayne Gumm junior from Re- fugio has been showing great strength in the Cowboy forward wall this year. An ankle injury kept him. out of play for about a month last year. He earned his frosh numeral in '48 at tackle. That year the Buttons were un- defeated and untied. Fellows like Wayne make the bpenings for the backfield to come through and hold off the aggressors to give the passer time to find his target. Gumm turned in a good defen- sive game last Friday night as H-SU downed Houston university 14-13. Although he made several beautiful tackles in that game he says that he hopes to do better the next time. He lettered three years in foot- ball and two years in track while in high school. Wayne chose to come to H-SU because of the good athletic progr...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 28 October 1950

Saturday October 28 1950 THE H-SU BRAND Pff & 'a ? J 4 f N. BditvUal Oh GUt Athactl Gliticitm Last week's editorial concern- ing the "un-western" appearance the cheer leaders' uniforms brought student reaction from all sides. While some students agreed with the editorial obser- vation the most vigorous com- ments came from those who dis- agreed. "Who wants to see girls and boys leading yells in chaps ten gallon hats and six guns?" was one student's protest. The editorial stated that the uniforms needed a touch of cold to emphasize the school colors. One student has pointed out that they do have a "touch" of gold gold megaphones on the back of the vests. Several of the football players commented that they liked the cheer leaders "garb for the games." As for the cheer leaders them- selves they said "Oh well we will get criticism anyway. It might as well be our uniforms as anything else. We would like for the criticism to be construc- tive to a degree." Most of the student body how...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 28 October 1950

Pmp t THE H-SU BRAND Saturday October 28 1850 Rangers Conduct Insignia Contest The Rangers have initiated a contest for a new jacket insignia and will offer a $5 prize for the best design submitted according to Bob Moates president. Designs should be submitted to Robert Walker secretary before Nov. 10 he said. The new uni- forms complete with insignia will be ready for the El Paso trip and the H-SU-Texas Western game. Abilene High Will Have Four Audubon Pictures Four of the nation's leading naturalists and wildlife photog- raphers have been scheduled for the Audubon Screen Tour series to be held in the Abilene high school this season under the spon- sorship of the Abilene Junior Chamber of Commerce and the National Audubon society. The first program "By Eries Changing Shores" by C. Harrison Orians will be presented on Wednesday November 1. Others in the series which fea- ture colored motion pictures of wildlife and wilderness scenery taken from the Florida Ever- glades to Alaska and...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 28 October 1950

l.turd.y Oelobw 21 1950 THE H-SU DftAND Pate 7 h c h IN YEAR Cowboy Bandsmen Give 145 Shows During the past year the Har-din-Simmons University Cowboy band gave 145 public perform- ances before approximately one million people according to the annual report prepared recently by Marion B. McClure director. Total mileage traveled by the band during the year's period ending in September was 15000 miles. "Until the report was com- piled even I didn't know the tre- mendous amount of work per- formed by the band" McClure said. The 145 performances made by the band means that a parade concert or some other kind of show was given every two-and-a-half days. Shows which high- lighted the band's schedule dur- ing the past year were those performed in Los Angeles and in Chicago. Chicago Outstanding Probably at no time during the past year was the band more prominent than they were at the national VFW encampment in Chicago. Performances on this trip included a four-hour parade on Michigan avenue...

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