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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 28 October 1950

Pf t THE H-SU BRAND Saturday October 28 1850 Students To Bring Banquet Program For Union Church Four Hardin-Simmons students will attend a young people's ban- uet at the Union Baptist church aturday evening. They are Joye Hayes Marilyn Walker Herb Barker and Joe HaVnes. Miss Walker will present read- ings and Miss Hayes will provide special vocal music. The four stu- dents will appear in several skits fnf tVio hnrmiint nrnPrnm. Some 75 to 100 young people are expected to attend the Hal- loween banquet. o ROUNDING UP THE STRAYS (Continued from Page 2) Music majors don't you love that lovely tone in the Beanery everytime they hammer on the milk cans! What! you. say you'd rather hear Tuffy bark! When Lloyd Wright saw his reporting assignment he took one step backwards and softly uttered . . . "No! no! They can't do this to me!" (By the way friends Wright is destined to become a great newspaper man as you can see in today's sports section.) Coach Woodson I would like to make the Loyola ...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 4 November 1950

'1 m . r 7T :.( i VoL XXXV H-SU ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY NOVEMBER 4 1950 NO. 8 ft W P V 9 12Girls In Queen Election Twelve senior girls have been nominated for university Queen Jack Yates student council presi- dent announced Thursday. The nominees are Glenna Parr Charlene Fry Betty Beavers El- .la Bostick Geneva Anderson Virginia Keeter Laura Fay McBeth Chere Livingston Kar- men Challacombe Jackie Ham- ilton Ruth Polston and Barbara Belew. Official tabulation Thursday eliminated two other nominees Willa Bradford and Tomi Wil- liams. Although both received the 75 student endorsements neces- sary for nomination neither met the requirement that the Queen be a senior. A similar incident occurred in the 1941-42 election. At that time Riley Brooks president of the student body announced "The council interprets the Constitu- tion as requiring a senior to have 90 hours." The other requirement for nomination is that the candidate have 30 hours' work at Hardin- Simmons. Five of the dozen nomin...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 4 November 1950

Pg 2 THE H-8U BRAND Saturday November 4 1950 EDITORIALS.... i lop 9 tQH Freshmen aro freshmen only once that is most of them and if one is normal that first year will be his most enjoy- able perhaps the one that will be remembered above all the rest. Memories of that first pep rally kangaroo courts teasing and the thrills coming from just being in college will long be remembered by most of the "green kids" who enter H-SU. Surely it is a year that will not be easily forgotten. However even though hazing is forbidden on the forty acres several freshmen who live outside the dormitories do not get in on the activities enjoyed by the frosh. They miss out on most of these little- things that mean something to a student away from home for the first time. Because of this reason it would seem profitable to pro- vide something that these students as well as others could keep as a remembrance of their years in II-SU. For example as someone has suggested why not have the freshmen wear slime cap...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 4 November 1950

Saturday November 4 1950 THE H-SU BRAND Page 3 H-SU Ranchers H-SU. x- t SPORTS ROUND-UP By DICK i Hardin-Simmons seems to be right up on top in the individual statistics in the Border confer- ence. The Cowboys lead in pass completions total offense pass receiving up among the top rush- ing leaders and are in second place in team statistics. The Cowboys are second only to West Texas State in total of- fense yards having a total of over 2300 yards to West Texas' 2500. Half of the Cowboys' total comes from passing. John Ford leads the conference in forward passes thrown and in total offense. He has cbmpleted 57 of 99 passes for 907 yards and seven touchdowns so far this sea- son. He is followed way down the line by Gene Mayfield of West Texas. Ford has 857 yards to his credit in total offense. Kenneth Watson leads the Bor- der loop in passes caught with 17 to his credit for 303 yards and three touchdowns. Dunnie Goode is fourth with 14 snagged for 269 yards and four touch- downs. Bob H...

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

Pas 4 THE H-SU BRAND Saturday No Ymbr 4 1W0 Buttons Win Third Game Trounce Decatur Baptists COWBOY ATMLETE! By ROLAND. BLACKFORD Potent Air Ground Attack Is Effective Basketeers To Play 27-Game Schedule "BUBBA" WILSON "Bubba" Wilson senior from San Antonio transferred to H- SU as a sophomore from Texas A&M. This year he is the starting right guard on the offensive team and thus far he has done a magnificent job of blocking and running interference for the Hncks While in high school "Bubba" lettered three years in football. As a senior he won honorable mention as an all-state player and was one of the eleven men chosen on the South Texas Iron Men team. "I plan to coach football if the Army doesn't get me" was the reply this 5' 9" 205-pound green- eyed blond gave when question- ed as to his future plans. He has already taken his induction physical but hopes to be deferred until this spring. His most thrilling moment in football came "when Bob Blair made that last touchdown against...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 4 November 1950

Saturday Hormber 4 1S50 THE H-IU BRAND ? V v - Moody Is Named New Alpha Phi Omega Head Bob Moody junior from La- mesa has been elected president of the Alpha Phi Omega fratern- ity. He is also a member of the O. & D. Council and P. E. club. The national service and hon- orary fraternity of former boy scouts has a three-fold purpose: leadership friendship and ser- vice. There are shown toward the nation school and self. The Eta Chi chapter was form- ed on the H-SU campus during the spring of 1949 with 25 char- ter members. Requirements for membership are: previous train- ing in scouting desire to render service on the campus and satis- factory scholastic standing. Moody announced that mem- bership is open and those that are interested should contact him or any other officer or member of the organization. Don Cunningham vice-presi- Cowboy Band Plays At Harvest Festival The Hardin-Simmons univer sity Cowboy band performed in Brownfield Tuesday for the fourth annual Harvest Festival...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 4 November 1950

Page 6 THE H-SU BRAND Saturday November 4 19S0 Air Force Team To Visit Campus A United States Air Force Aviation Cadet selection team will be on the campus Monday through Friday to provide stu- dents with information concern- ing Air Force officer training. "This visit is one of the many being made to accredited colleges this year by U. S. Air Force of- ficers." said Major George Owen who is making arrangements for the team. The team is equipped to process any college student who can qualify. Aviation Cadet Pilot training is one of the two courses being of- fered to qualified men. The other course is Aviation Cadet Navigator training which in- cludes the latest techniques of radar navigation. Cadets and students who do not complete any of the two cburses are returned to civilian life. Council Votes To Have Radio Record Collection A permanent record library of the weekly broadcast A Student Speaks over radio station KRBC was approved by the Ministerial council at its regular weekly m...

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

SattiicUy. Nortmber 4 1950 THE H-SU BRAND Ff 7 r1 ':.jc r I." Caylor Announces Cast Of 'Barabbas' Cast members for "Barabbas" Religious Drama production have been chosen according to John Caylor director. They are: Barabbas "Dubl' Rose; Eleazar Dale Golding; Sarah Gwen Grif- fith; Mary Marilyn Walker; and Judith Annie Mae Henley. The one-act play is based on the Bible character who was re- leased to the Jews in Jesus' stead by Pilate. Another play will be presented by the Religious Drama players this semester according to Dr. W. O. Beasley sponsor of the group. Tryouts will be an- nounced at a later date. o Baker Downey Are New Student Directors Ray Baker and Charles Dow- ney have been named student directors of the a cappella choir. Final selection was made Monday after tryouts by eight students. Downey and Baker both music majors will be in charge of the choir when Euell Porter the regular director is unable meet rehearsals. to Talented H-SU Junior Grew Up With Violin Senior Class...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 4 November 1950

Wf9 THE H-SU BRAND Saturday NoirembM 4 ItSO LSB Holds Rally In Chillicothe 9 A Youth Rally will be held to Chillicothe this week-end and four churches in and around the city will be visited by members of the Life Service Band. Preaching in the youth rally will be Bill Cook. Gayle Bowen will lead in the song service. Spe- cials will 'be given by Kay Hall- mark and Bobbye Whitworth in a duet and Joyce Roberts will give a violin solo. Gene Brock Harris. Frances Knight. Billi Sears and Lewis Adkinson who will give short testimonies. The theme will be "He lives" and a fellowship will follow the rally. At the First Church in Chilli- cothe Bill Cook and Coy Finlay will preach. Other members of the group will be Barbara Nich- ols Pat and Arwood Adams Charlotte Davis Gayle Bowen and Joy Browning. Coy Finlay and Bill Sears will preach at the Prairie View church and Clinton Watson will lead the singing. Others will be Mary Lassiter Joyce Harrison and Joan Crawford. Preaching at .the Bethel chu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 11 November 1950

13 yyys. iiff ; tjt "j r$ "r " .! h x . Sstatul VoL XXXV H-SU ABILENE. TEXAS SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 11 1950 NO. 9 r ! WHO'S sssssssssHBoalaLsiiiH ifflaHMMRMHH H'lv') $)BSSSBSSSSSSSSSSaH SsSBBSSSSBv- t-vmm" ' .: nSBSSSSSSSSSSSSSi BSSSSSSSSSS9nSl'3''''.-''' JnBSSSSSSSSSSSSSSJ SSSSSSSSSX " Xi&& 'Jik X v fcSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS. BHHHBSEttMSibBHHHHH s9RSSSSSS&&JillP? JBBVBVBVj BSSSSSSSSSSSSEsBStfifciifMBSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSB SSBSSSSSSSfiSMiG$?tflSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSi mDHP .BBHHHHH BBHHHBMiiiHHHHHHHHf HHHHHHMe JHHHHHHHHb BHhPBhIhhHHHHHHHHHI CHARLENE FRY FINALISTS in the University Queen race Charleno Fry and Ella Bostick are pictured above. The two co-eds received the highest number of voles from a field of twelve nominees in the Tuesday elections. Run-off elections were scheduled Friday. Charlene Fry who was 1948 campus Beauty is a business ad- ministration major from Sweetwater. She is a member of the LSB Cowgirls and the Bronco staff and was on the intramural Council in 1949. Ella B...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 11 November 1950

Ffe 2 THE H-SU BRAND Saturday Norember 11 It) EDITORIALS.... i Patliatllm Pbaptedd Peace Armistice Day activities will be slightly strained this year. The people of the United States will celebrate as usual but their hearts will not be in it. Thoughts will be far from the cessation of hostilities of World War I in 1918. In this day and age Armistice Day has very little signifi- cance. The world is torn by battle and from all indications World War III is just around the corner. People cannot forget the international orisis of today no matter how hard they think of the glorious past. Actually the armistice of 1918 was only a breather until the opposing forces could back up make additional plans and start again. World War II came along and people be- lieved that with its close peace was actually here to stay. Andnow we are on the doorstep to another conflict which might prove more destructive than all the others combined. Yet during all this strife the people of the United States have ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 11 November 1950

THE H-SU BRAND c Pf 3 Cowboys Miners To Meet In El Paso Pokes Look For Third Border Conference Win H-SU. Saturday Norember 11 1850 SPORTS ROUND-UP By DICK Although the Cowboys lost by a one-point margin to Loyola at Los Angeles last week the came was much closer than it seemed and the Cowboys really showed up in both passing and running. John Ford tossed the ball all over Gilmore stadium and a crowd of nearly 20000 people watched with amazement as the short stockily built quarterback for the Pokes showed the Cali- fornia crowd just what kind of possible AU-American he was. Don Klosterman the Lions' pass- ing ace also presented a fine performance. Both boys are among the top passers in the na- tion in touchdown passes and of- fensive yardage leaders. The people out in California really get excited over the wild and woolly westerners from Texas. It seemed that movie stars and other celebrities were at the- game to get a glimpse of the Cow- boys and just to see if the Model T was as go...

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

Pag 4 THE H-SU BRAHD Saturday rfovmbr 11 lf0 COWBOY By ROLAND MAURICE WAGUESPACK Maurice Waguespack sopho- more from Destrehan Louisiana came to Hardin-Simmons the spring of '49. That year he played center on the Button team. This year he was brought up to the varsity squad as a starter lit cen- ter. While in high school Maurice lettered four years in football and three years in track. He was on the all-state team his senior year. His most exciting moment in football came last year as a But- ton when he intercepted a Texas Tech pass and was on his way to pay dirt when one of his own men blocked him out instead of a Red Raider. Maurice is 5 9" tall weighs 185 pounds has brown hair ha- zel eyes and is 19 years of age. He is majoring in physical edu- cation and minoring in sociology. His future plans are to coach football and spend a lot of time hunting. He came to H-SU upon recom- mendation of his high school coach whom Coach Warren B. Woodson had coached at .Arkan- sas State Teachers...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 11 November 1950

Saturday Norembr 11 1950 THE H-8U BRAND HII n . t V t V ft) q ' X ? T k:- Language Teachers To Houston Meet Eight Hardin - Simmons lan- guage teachers attended the sev- enth annual meeting of the South Central Modern Language asso- ciation in Houston last weekend. Representing the three lan- guage departments of the uni- versity were Dr. Clifton Malone Prof. F. Allen Briggs Miss Eva Rudd and Mrs. Mary Lee Simons English; Dr. Ella Levett and Mrs. Mary L. Rodgers Spanish; and Mrs. Rupert N. Richardson and Mrs. E. W. Collier French. More than 200 faculty members of colleges and universities of Texas Louisiana Mississippi Arkansas and Oklahoma attend- ed the meeting. Approximately 70 papers covering the various aspects of European and Ameri- can literature language and folk- lore were presented. The Hardin-Simmons group re- turned to Abilene Sunday o School Superintendent Says Future Teacher Demand To Be Heavy Approximately 100000 new teachers will be needed in the United States each ye...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 11 November 1950

yi THE H-SU BRAND Saturday Novnbr 11 lMf Life Service Band Holds Youth Rally Twenty-four members of the Life Service Band held services in the Chillicothe area last week- end. The students participated in a supper given for the youth work- ers and the young people of the First Baptist church. The supper was followed by a youth rally in which three other churches of the city joined! Bethel Odell and Prairie View churches each sent young people to the rally. The theme for the rally was "He Lives." The com- plete program was presented by H-SU students with Bill Cook preaching. Other students participating in the youth rally were: Gene Brock master of ceremonies; Gayle Bowen program director; Joyce Roberts special music; Joan Crawford readings. Char- lotte Davis Bill Sears Joe Har- his Joan Crawford and Betty Martin gave testimonies. The students separated the next day and went to the various churches to hold services. Students going on the trip were: Pat Adams A r w o o d Adams Betty M...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 11 November 1950

Saturday November 11 1950 THE H-SU BRAND P Tournaments To Begin Monday The Chinese checkers check- ers chess "42" domino and mixed doubles ping pong tourna- ment will begin Monday evening in the Student Center. All those who wish to enter the tourna- ments and have not already done so are urged to sign up before Monday at 5:30 p. m. If the students do not have partners the center will make arrangements for them to play with someone. The tournaments will last for two weeks ending November 27. The suggestion box is now up in tfie Student Center. All stu- dents who would like anv chanc es made in the center may put their requests in the box. Mrs. Jessie Lawson director of the center states that she hopes to make the recreation building a better place for the students and she would appreci- ate all suggestions made by the people who use it. o 1- WEST TEXANS CLINCH (Continued from Page 3) Texas State and Flagstaff are idle this week. CONFERENCE STANDINGS WL T Pel Pts Op WTS 5 0 0 1.000 1...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 11 November 1950

THE H-SU BRAND Saturday NvtWr 11 lMf X Cellist To Appear In Recital Nov. 20 Dlmltrv Markevitch. cellist. will be presented in concert in Behrens chapel on November 20. Dr. Herbert Preston of the School of Music has announced. The young musician began his concert career at 15 with appear- ances in France Switzerland and Holland. He came to the United States and toured for the USO before joining the United States Army for three years. He has just returned from his third tour of Europe .where he made orchestral recital and radio appearances in seven countries. Prof. H. Bryce Jordan of the music faculty said recently "I have heard Dimitry Markevitch in concert on two occasions. In both instances his technical agil- ity was amazing and his interpre- tative powers thrilling. His pro- grams consisting of the standard violincello repertoire as well as transcriptions of music originally for other media are of excep- tional interest. A young man of not yet 30 he is certain to rank with Feurma...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 18 November 1950

yy-4 VoL XXXV H-SU ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY NOVEMBER 18 1950 NO. 10 1 ujl. to Pep Rally Tonight To Climax Campaign Fry Wins In Queen Election Wf sj w ..' i '1 ("-fV I'H'y 'fA X4 CHARLENE FRY University Queen Charlene Fry won over Ella Bostick in the University Queen race in the run-off elections held last week. Miss Fry a business adminis- tration major from Sweetwater was the 1948 campus Beauty. She was on the Intramural Coun- cil in 1949 and is now a member of the Cowgirls LSB and Bronco staff. The Queen's coronation will be held in Behrens chapel De- (Continued on Page 4) Xi jM.-Vfr . VH &Mtsm . t mMmm At tMo-ulto-n i m 134 To Attend Annual State BSU Convention Hardin-Simmons with a rep- resentation of 134 students will be among the more than 50 col- leges represented at the 31st an- nual convention of the Baptist Student Union in Houston this weekend. 1150 PICTURES TAKEN SAYS BRONCO EDITOR Approximately 1150 pictures have been taken for the annual according to Robert O'Brien B...

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

Saturday November It 1950 Page 2 THE H-SU BRAND EDITORIALS.... ' November is almost over and the University Queen lias been elected. As usual those in charge are planning to present her at the annual coronation December 8. In the past few years only a small minority pf the student body have come to the coronation festivities and banquet and therefore do not see her presented. For this reason it seems preferable to present her at a time when most of the student body is together. It has $een suggested that this time-bo Homecoming December 2. ' Thousands of exes will be coming back for that day and it would not only be a thrill for the queen to be presented then but one for the ex-students as well to see her. The university is planning a huge gala parade for Home- coming with floats representipg the various clubs and or- ganizations on the campus. Why not have a queen float in the parade too? Then as is done in several of the larger colleges and universities introduce her at the half-t...

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

T" VC -rfjirwr-r.-isv ? Saturday November 18 1950 THE HSU BRAND Paf 3 1 L j 'Cy-i'" 4 Cowboys West -ot: SPQRTS ROUND-UP. By DICK A bit of gloom hangs around the Hardin-Simmons forty acres this week after the Cowboys lost a thrilling 21-20 homecoming affair to the Texas Western Min- ers. You can be sure that the Miners went back to their mines joyfuand happy after that ex- citing battle with the Ranchers at Kidd field Saturday night. In the statistics department the Cowboys beat the Miners and everyone that saw the game will say that the Pokes also out- played the Westerners on the Guest Wins Texas A&l Rodeo Events Bill Guest Abilene junior won second and third places in bull- dogging and third in calf roping at the Texas A&I rodeo last week-end. Guest leads National Intercol- legiate Rodeo contestants in bull- dogging having amassed a total of 400 points. He is virtually assured of the national title since his nearest contender has 250 points with only one more offi- cial ro...

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