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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 18 November 1950

Saturday N6vmbr 18 19S0 Page 4 THE H-SU BRAND Miners Bleat H-SU 21-20; Buffaloes Get Border Title COWBOY ATHLETE! By ROLAND BLACKFORD &:.:': -w ' ' .i"A. :uKXifex&tf:. jHtffe. 1HHHa s&&a uHMIIHIHLvs - aHVWUBM? HUGH HIGGINS Hugh Higgins is one of the two three-year lettermen now play- ing on the varsity football squad. He came to H-SU in January of '47 and will graduate this Jan- uary. This year Higgins plays in three different positions; guard defensive right end and defen- sive center. As a freshman he played de- fensive left halfback and full- back. The next year Hugh let- tered again at defensive fullback and last year he played fullback and left end. This shifty 175- pound athlete has added to the strength of the Cowboy's defen- sive team. He lettered three years in foot- ball and two years in basketball in high school in Cleburne. His coach was a graduate of H-SU and recommended that he attend college here. Hugh is 21 years old 5'9" tall and has brownhair and ey...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 18 November 1950

Saturday Novmbr 18 1950 .THE H-SU BRAND Page S Uulddau tftiactf. RICHARD MEETS BELLE in one of the more humorous scenes of "Ah Wildornossl" Players club major production. Members of the cast pictured above are Richard O'Brien as Richard George James as Wint Belly Stevens as Edith Nancy Roberts as Belle and Robert Marshall as Baxter. The play is under the direction of Dr. Katharine Boyd. IN A DREAMY MOOD are Richard and Muriel of the Players club "Ah Wilderness!" cast portrayed above by Genora Brown and Richard O'Brien. The nostalgic three-act comedy is being presented Thursday and Friday nights in Behrens chapeL The curtain rises at 8:15 p. m. Adair Tells Students Faculty of African Life "The standard of living for the typical African is very primi- tive" said Dr. J. B. Adair asso- ciate professor of education in his talk on Nigerian art and cul- ture at the library lecture tea Wednesday afternoon. "However the African is proud of his home and family ties are strong" he continued. "...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 18 November 1950

THE H-SU BRAND Saturday November 18 19S0 .BBPVBBBBBiBBflBBBBKBBBBBBBHBHBBBBBfflrjl!8BB nilHHr. &? u hiw - flKkHklkkkkH A3. ITS 10 P. M. time of depart- ure for El Paso and these Rangers put the finishing pa- triotic touch on he chartered buses. Here they stencil "Yea Team Fight" and "Beat West- ern" on the back of a Cowgirl bus. THE GOOD WORD? BEAT TEXAS WESTERN! Just off the bus this band of Rangers staged an impromptu pep rally in front of El Paso's Hilton hotel. The Rangers Cowgirls Cowboy band and Simmons fans let out lusty cheers for the team in pre- game sessions at the hotel and during the huge Armistice day pa- rade in the downtown streets of the Border city Saturday after- noon. The organizations delighted El Paso onlookers with the Cowstcp and the Wagon Wheel both performed on the march. OFF TO THE GAME and loading up for the long trip home are Cowgirls Lois Shelburne and Shirley Price and Cowgirl spon- sor Mrs. Ethel Trice. The Hardin-Simmons organizations present- a ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 18 November 1950

Saturday November 18 1950 THE H-SU BRAND Page 7 Choir To Sing In Houston HHHbMEMKMBWHfllllK'7HOBI''K uHkB wK! IK JrHEBr iH HR uK B SrWViPB -liKIK &Bf!K.i 'e H.Hr JIHniMlBIBll SINGERS of the Hardin-Simmons university A Cappella Choir as ihey will appear Friday evening in Houston at the Baptist Student Union Convention are pictured above. The performance at the convention will highlight a five-day tour in which eight concerts were given. Cities visited included Arlington Bryan Huntsville Conroc Bay City Galena Park West Columbia and Freeporl. The choir has an equal number of male and female voices and all performances are done from a phalanx formation. Men wear cossack robes of wine colored gabarddine while girls are dressed in wine gabardine skirts with silver and satin surplices cM-al Wan Jdanf Sbuna of Jlan&il Being elected Hardin-Simmons university Queen is another hon- or added to the accomplishments of Charlene Fry Sweetwater se- nior who won over Ella Bostick in the run...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 18 November 1950

Paffe I THE H-SU BRAND Saturday NoTmber 18 IMP Students May Obtain Tech Tickets Tuesday Students should present ac- tivity tickets for reserved seats for the Texas Tech game Tuesday November 21 at 1:30 p. m. at the Parramore stadium ticket office the busi- ness office has announced. The reserved seat ticket must be presented with the activity ticket for admittance to the game December 2. If several students desire to sit together one student should present all activity tickets to- gether Tuesday the office announced. HUNTER STILL LEADS WOMEN'S SPEEDBALL Hunter Hall continued to domi- nate the women's intramural speedball play this week by amassing a total of seven points. Mary Frances holds down the second place with four points and Smith remains in the cellar with a no point total. Two makeup games are to be Slayed next week one matching unter against Smith and the other pitting Mary Frances against the Smith hall team. Girls intramural basketball play will begin right after the Th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 2 December 1950

7h& Sjumct i K- Vol. XXXV HSU TO FACE TECH Hr k ill :3!lPk?Pls 1 1 I II hi iiiMMIi i ill WW i i . Kmr m SlHf B iH.3tiiiK!iiHH 8 -ii.tfirt. HW& lHT MK CHH H3&- BH33S$3Hfp' H Hllliliyi ulGHT SENIOR GRIDSTERS will don the purple and gold of the H-SU Cowboys for the last time today as the Pokes take the field against their traditional foe the Texas Tech Red Raiders. Pictured left to right above are (kneeling): Roland Starkey tackle Seymour; Sub-Captain John Ford quarterback Breckenridge; Nolan Tiger left halfback Alius Okla.; Bubba Wilson guard Austin. (Standing): Max Box right halfback San. Angel o; Hugh Higgins guard Cleburne; Captain Brooks Allen right halfback Groves; Tom Adams iacklle Brownfield. (Picture by Don Richards). Coronation Set Friday; Class Favorites Named The final step in preparation for the University Queen's coro- nation to be held in Behrens chapel Friday evening Dec. 8 was taken Thursday with the election of class favorites. Seniors selected Mary and Be...

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

THE H-SU BRAND Saturday December 2 1850 Pa 2 h. '4. EDITORIALS.... ' !' atfatne fyan A 3ay ja . VCl T and d? 7wa Motet "Now is the time for all good men to come to the aid of their country." This is a phrase used in practically every beginning typing course of recent years. Today it has special meaning. Reports from Dean Stephenson's office indicate that six students have withdrawn from school to enter the armed forces in the past week. The adverse war news has made many other students wonder when they will go. In a recent chapel speech Professor Kibble stated that if the present Red China invasion of Korea was really World War III then many men would be absent from the student body this spring. Rumors have been flying thick and fast during the past few days about the 36th Division being mobilized and re- servists are trembling in their boots. Students have much at stake in their education but most are willing to sacrifice it willingly if needed to fight for ' their country. In a li...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 2 December 1950

(pn "v rrf'r 'p - Saturday December 2 1950 THE H-SU BRAND Page 3 H-SU. Cowboy Cagers To Open Season Monday at TCU h.ikJ BC Race Draws To Rapid Close The Border conference football race draws to a close this week- end with" H-SU and Texas Tech staging the only tilt. In last week's games Border Conference teams gave creditable accounts over other major con- ference elevens. West Texas State. Loop champsj won over New Mexico university 37-12 in the only con- ference game and most interest was turned to outside opposition. Arizona State at Tempe main- tained its bid for recognition as the nation's No. 1 offensive club as Whizzer White led the Sun Devils to a 48-21 win over Idaho. White clinched his spot as the nation's leading rusher by scor- ing five times passing for two others and totaling 167 yards rushing and 65 passing. The University of Arizona iroared back with two touch- downs in the fourth quarter to down favored Iowa State of the Big Seven 27-26. Texas Western mauled West Vir...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 2 December 1950

7 Pf 4 THE H-SU BRAND Saturday Dcmber 2 1850 V 41 r -J i I I ;MC. Buttons Close Season With Loss To Picadors The H-SU Buttons turned on a desperate but futile fourth quarter surge against the Texas Tech Picadors in Jones Stadium November 18 as the Techsans downed the H-SU freshmen 32- 14. Both clubs wound up the 1950 campaign and the loss gave Bill Scott's Buttons a season record of three won and two lost. This was Scott's first year as head frosh mentor. The Picadors scored once in the first period three times in the second and once in the third as tackle Eddie Hodges and half- back Bob Cavazos displayed some of the best grid knowhow of the season. They kept the ball in Button territory throughout the first half and the deepest the Buttons could penetrate was to the Tech 42. The offensive minded Picadors tore the Button defense to shreds with their stunning power plays and the hard-charging Tech line held the Button backfield to a standstill. Fullback Don Peacock did practically al...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 2 December 1950

r-r rysm ftymww'fW!WrW&!Wf Saturday bcembw 21950) THE H-IU BRAND P9 5 1 V ' 0 .1 t I J High Scoring 35-35 . Game Heard by Players Members of the Hardin-Sim-mons University football team thrilled to their antics on the gridiron last Monday afternoon during the rebroadcast of the 1948 Grape Bowl game between the Cowboys and the Tigers of the College of Pacific which end- ed in a 35-35 tie the highest scoring tie ball game in history. It was the first time the team had heard a broadcast of a game in which they had perform- ed. The game was rebroadcast by the Liberty Broadcasting com- pany of Dallis. John Ford Hugh Higgins Paul Petty and Brooks Allen are still in H-SU and the first three of these were among those listening to the broadcast. Ford Higgins and Allen are stalwarts on this year's varsity eleven. Petty is head line coach on the Button squad. Jerry Doggett who did the play-by-play for LBS repeatedly commented "What a ball game!" as he tried to keep up with the furious pace...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 2 December 1950

pftffft I THE H-SU BRAND Saturday December 2t HSO i TEAMMATES ATTEND Dale Witcher Funeral Services Held Sunday Funeral services were held in Breckenridge last Sunday for Dale Witcher junior journalism major from Breckenridge and defensive safety man for the Cowboy football team. Witcher was accidentally shot Friday No- vember 24. A large Abilene delegation at- tended the final rites including Dr. Rupert N. Richardson presi- dent of H-SU; Coach Warren Woodson 'Trainer Joe Grba and a large number of the H-SU Cowboys teammates of the youth. Witcher was killed while on a squirrel hunting trip with his friend Jack Jones on the A. E. Jeter ranch between Woodson and Breckenridge. They had parked their car about 400 yards from the highway and were pre- paring to leave the car and en- ter the woods. Jones said that Witcher check- ed his rifle set it against the car and was leaning across the gun to get his coat inside the car when the gun fired. The bullet struck Witcher under the chin and l...

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

W rF w r Saturday Dcmbr 2 1950 THE H-SU BRAND Pai 7 - KHIflBHBiWHBBB t vi ox OFFICERS OF THE RECENTLY ORGANIZED Abilene chapter of the Hardin-Simmons Ex- Students Association are pictured above. They are left to right Carl Peay vice president; Wilton Davis president; Virginia Randel Burroughs secretary-treasurer; and Sherwin McNair reporter. Not pictured is Maewyn Baily Herring social chairman. The local exes will be one of the host groups for today's Homecoming. Adopt etcai Ad Jtame "$un-Up" Performance Sincere And Poignant By BETTIE TODD Mary Perry as the Widow Cagle led a Barter Theatre cast in giving a sincere and poignant performancee of "Sun-Up" No- vember 18. The production was the first of the current H-SU art- ist course series. "Sun-Up" Lula Vollmer's folk drama could easily have been made melodramatic but under the direction of Robert Porter- field the simple tale of the North Carolina folk emerged. Miss Perry played the stoic Widow Cagle with never a trace of emotion and...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 2 December 1950

THE H-SU BRAND Saturday December 2 1950 Page 8 DAVIS HEADS EXES IN ABILENE AREA Wilton Davis 1950 graduate of H-SU and three-year Cowboy football star was named Dresi- dent of the Abilene chapter of the Ex-Students association at the group's organizational meet- ing recently in Rose Field house. Other officers of the new or- ganization are Carl Peay '35 vice president; Mrs. Virginia Randel Burroughs '50 secretary- treasurer; Sherwin McNair '41 reporter; and Mrs. Maewyn Bai- ley Herring '49 social chairman. Activities planned for the group include acting as a host organization for university af- fairs stimulating local interest in Hardin-Simmons and establish- ing contact with all Abilene exes. The alumni also plan sev- eral long-range projects of ma- terial contribution to the uni- versity. Approximately 80 local former students attended the first meet- ing. Among those who spoke to the group were Dr. Rupert N. Richardson president of the uni- versity; Guy Caldwell president of the ...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 9 December 1950

MK Ssumd VoL XXXV H-SU ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY DECEMBER 9 1950 NO. 12 J Charlene Fry Crowned IBIHHB KHHmHK&Mr HKaiMimiJi OUR QUEEN HAS FUN University queen Charlene Fry a cut-up culie on the sly is caught in a moment of laughter by the cameraman. She wears the crown only on stately occasions and is here preparing to meet the subjects of her realm in true royal style. Charlene was crowned by H-SU student body president Jack Yates in a courtly ceremony at Behrens chapel Friday evening. Following the coronation who reigned at the celobration banquet held in the Windsor hotel. She will rule throughout the 1950-51 school year. Debaters To Have Practice A debate tournament will be held among the members of the Hardin-Simmons O & D Council to determine which teams will represent the university in spring meetings. Three practice debates have al- ready been held and plans for the intercouncil tournament will be made during the next meeting it was announced. First debate of the year wa...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 9 December 1950

99 2 THE H-SU BRAND .i Saturday December S 1950 ' EDITORIALS.... QtoeQoodWiU "Glory to God in the highest arid oh earth peace good will toward men." Theso are the words found ii Luke chapter 2 verse 14. They are part of the' Christmas story part of the story of the birth of Jesus. Peade and good will among the countries of the world this Christmas is almost impossible. Today the world torn asunder with various forces competing for leadership is on the threshold of another huge conflict. But we in the United States and especially students of itSU can do our part to make this Christmas a success. As individuals w.e cannot do too much to promote peace but we can show our good will toward men. The student center has initiated a plan whereby several needy families of Abilene can have a Christmas. Jars have been placed at various points on the campus for contribu- tions and the money received will be used to buy food toys and other gifts. Through the contributions students will be able to...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 9 December 1950

Saturday December 9 1950 THE H-SU BRAND Page 3 H-SU. Ranchers To Meet Tigers In Year's First Home Tilt n I f i ktt jj JlBBMBMBMMMBBMMiMBM n fci i na . . 0.... 1 lite - MRKwSSP IKll! jR- Sl Isw' 'A W IvlHfe v.. Jiifs?'? iji "7MF .11 JUL 'IWPnUmiiM "IH; COWBOY MENTOR Jack Martin discusses strategy with co-captains Jay Cox right and Buddy Matthews as he diagrams a play which he hopes will make the officials signal two points have been marked up against the Trinity Tigers tonight in Rose field house. Cox and Matthews are both senior forwards. Gameiime is 8 p. m. as the Cowboys lay their 14-game Rose field house win- ning streak on the line for the first Abilene showing of the season. COWBOY ATHLETES Cager Co-Captains Start Season With High Scores The two high point men on the Hardin-Simmons university bas- ketball squad in the game with TCU Monday evening were Jay Cox and Buddy Matthews co- captains of the team. The Cowboys were defeateefby the Frogs 53-35. It was the first game of the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 9 December 1950

v Pag 4 THE H-SU BRAND Saturday December 9 19S0 ?V''ry'-i SPORTS ROUND-UP t m mvm t mmmmmmimMmmmMrm yt i'.i By DICK Who could think of a better way for a football team to end the season than the way the Cowboys did against Texas Tech Saturday? The game Saturday was no doubt the best came of the sea son for the Cowboys and the best J as far as the spectators are con- cerned. Most people say that if' the Cowboys had been playing that way against West Texas they could have beaten the Buffs. John Ford and all the rest of his teammates played a heads- up ball game. The eight seniors who were playing their last game for Coach Woodson really poured on the steam. Brooks Allen and Ford played one of the best games of. their college careers with Ford throwing the passes and Allen catching them. Allen also intercepted some nice passes for considerable gains. Ford hasn't equalled his '49 record of 26 touchdown passes this year but he has gained just as many yards and shown up a little better. O...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 9 December 1950

Saturday December 9 1950 THE H-SU BRAND Page 5 ) MV f !i( 4 H-SU Drama Group To Give Two Plays Two one-act plays will be pre- sented by the Religious Drama group in Behrens chapel at 8 p. m. Monday night December 11 Dr. W. O. Beazley sponsor of the group announced. "Barabbas" a dtfama presenta- tion of the Bible character by the same name features Dub Rose as Barabbas; Gwen Griff itts as Sarah his mother; Dale Golding as Eleazer his father Marilyn Walker as Mary; and Annie May Henley as Judith. John Caylor is director of the play. "Why The Chimes Rang" a drama presentation of the old le'gend with a Christmas theme features Charles Taylor as Holger the older of two small boys; Dick Poe as Steen the smaller boy; Herman Stout as Uncle Bertel the boys' uncle; and Jane Kincaid as an old woman. The locale of the play is the edge of the Black forest of Germany with a medie- . vai suiiiug. ui. xjuuziuy is direc- tor of the play. The stage settings will be under the direction of Herbert Stou...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 9 December 1950

Page 6 THE H-SU BRAND Saturday. December 9 1950 v PSaeeHWeflPlLkflMv jflMj&x " eHeaBBBBBHBBBBBBBBSHHHBBBHBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBPSrMr HffiPJeHEMvMtiiiioe4e9HflflBBflflflflflflflflMBHl TECH WAS WRECKED TOO The junior class sponsored the prize winning flcfai in the home- coming parade which is pictured above. The "bloody" football players arc represented by Joe Vernon at the wheel; Bill" Smith inside right; Fred Myers stretched out on top; and Earl Cook falling out the back window. The float created more attention in the crowd than any other. Not pictured is the wrecker which pulled the iorn-up automobile throughout the procession. BefLHeiSPlltafr 9ifB & .JSH RIDE EM COWGIRL Shown astride the BSU's white steed is co-ed Anita Irwin. One of the most unique floats in the Homecoming parade the mammoth horse failed to place in the final judging. jffBHHilb v $3 SHs&i:- ItsflflflflHeBHBBHBBBBBBBBBB SlMKJBMlBBK&lBBBnBVnBto vX eMfsSafc. VI:eBeiBaflBeS3BBBBeal toilMlsiHHRSKteKJBPi? . '...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 9 December 1950

Saturday December 9 1950 " THE H-SU BRAND Pay 7 i BETTY POST Senior Dramatic Club Sees Scenes From Play Three scenes from the two-act play "Journey to Jerusalem" by Maxwell Anderson was presented by the Players club under the di- rection of Mrs. Eloyd Huff in the Studio theatre at 7 p. m. Thursday evening for members of the club and their guests. The cast of the production in- cluded the following students: James Martin Herod; Jay Reeves Mira; Dick Poe Soothsayer; Alice Worthington Cassia; Billy Phillips Shaerack; George James Jesse; Janett Murray Esther. John Street Zebulon; Virginia Keeter Reba; Mickey Johnston Joseph; Mrs. Chessie Moore Mi- riam; Doris McDaniel Joshua; Gloria Fulgham Jacob; Dale Golding Ishmoel; Cullie Middle- ton second thief; Dick Poe third thief; John Street Marius; George James Festus; and Billy Phillips Flaccus. Bob Todd Barbara Smith and Joy Reeves were in charge of the make-up and the costumes were handled by Wanda Wilks Elsie Buchwald and Dick Poe. The pr...

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