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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 9 December 1950

Pag 8 THE H-SU BRAND ' Saturday December 9 1950 Ferguson Christmas Party Set Monday The Ferguson Hall Christmas party will begin with open house Monday at 7 p. m. it was an- nounced today by Louis Stephens president of the dorm. Boys living in the dormitory will bring their guests and every- one is invited he said. Refresh- ments will be served to visitors. The exchange of gifts among the students will take place at Rose field house after the tours through the dormitory. Enter- tainment will begin in the field house at 8:30 p. m. he said. ALPHA PSI OMEGA HAS INITIATION DINNERS Alpha Psi Omega members were entertained by the pledges of the dramatic fraternity with a dinner in honor of their infor- mal initiation Monday at 7:30 p. m. on the second floor of the Student Center. The formal initiation of those who have taken part in two ma- jor roles in major productions and have completed at least sixty hours work back stage took place Tuesday. The ceremony was held at 7:30 p. m. on the ...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 6 January 1951

&ACIH Jhz Vol. XXXV H-SU. ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY. JANUARY 6 1951 NO. 14 HL t-XaKyXlBKSk .'jA'jHBU "5KKtrjKk. wfllEfflHHI V KL liL KMIibIIs ! 1 gd3 fO H.i3L JflTIM BfT7 tJ''tviJjKr36 x3fi 5s8" SE -iCB ffflHi MSS" wiSi' H 'vvfo li'Sri w?w Nfci fS MrMsAywt'flk.'4 H I i T ! 'iff-! CflM treat I ' ' j ; i Jlx. fcffsfflWJT 3? &? ii'B IMS' -J - 'L M'a s s$feisUsflt&B THE 55-VOICE CHAPEL CHOIR under ihe direction of Euell Porter will present 11 concerts in churches and high schools of North Texas New Mexico and Oklahoma on their four-day tour which begins Sunday. The choir's programs wi 11 include church music modern folk songs Jerome Kern selections and negro spirituals. Featured with the group will bo four soloists a women's trio and a freshman male quartet. The singers will return to the campus Wednesday. Chapel Singers To Tour Jan. 7-10 Calendar of Events Jan. 9 Four one-act plays Behrens chapel 7:30 p. m. Jan. 11 Basketball game Brooke Medical. Jan. 12 A Cappella ban- quet. ...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 6 January 1951

Page 2 THE H-SU BRAND i' N EDITORIALS.... The "crisis" jitters seem to have hit the forty acres in the large size economy package judging from the number of boys who decided it was better to trade their books for a rifle over the holidays. Students especially the males of draft age just can't seem to get in the mood for studying either. When asked about it the majority will say that the Korean situation claims too much of their attention. At one time people could go into the bookstore and talk about history economics campusology. Now if one takes time to visit the bookstore bull sessions he will find him- self listening to the latest "wrinkle" the war mobiliza- tion and the draft. And every hunk of draft bait on the campus knows just how he stands. Some coeds have even been heard to mention commissions in the WACS. Because of these jitters many students have withdrawn from school to join the service. Actually however most of them would have possibly been able to finish the school ye...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 6 January 1951

Saturday January 6 1951 ' THE H-SU BRAND Paga 3 H-SU. Home Win Streak Ends; NM Beats Pokes 57-55 asi Ford Is North-South's "Most Valuable" Player John (Model T) Ford removed any trace of doubt from even the most reluctant minds that he is one of the nation's leading pass- ers as he tossed the North All- Star team dizzy and led the South to a 14-9 Christmas night upset in the annual Mahi Shrine North-South grid tilt. Ford was voted the most valu- able player in the contest and captured another Shrine trophy by being named the most valu- able player on the South squad by coaches and sports writers. It was Ford's needle-threading passes and field generalship that gave the South the win. Ford the lightest player on the field at 160 pounds set up the South's first score with a seven-yard pass to Bill Stribling of Mississippi and a 12-yard pitch to Ceep Youmans of Duke enabling John Dottley of Mis- sissippi to plunge over from the one-yard line after the first six minutes of play. Vanderb...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 6 January 1951

"fc Pag 4 THE H-SU BRAND Saturday January 6 1951 J. v i i' i SPORTS ROUNDrlJP By DICK From the looks of things around the forty acres corral students and fans of Hardin-Simmons will not get a chance to see the Cow- boys play until the first week in November and maybe not then. On top of all of that the Cow- boys will only be playing three home games and chances are that one of these will be changed. The athletic officials have scheduled a group of eleven games for next year's Cowboys two new additions and nine r.oad games. The game between the Cowboys and the University of Cincinnati had regularly been scheduled for November 3 in Abilene but it seems that the measly four or five thousand or more fans this game would draw is not enough so the game will probably be shifted to Cincinnati thus bringing in an extra sack of money for Hardin-Simmons. (I wonder if anyone had stopped to think that maybe the Cowboys would have a better chance to win Cowboy Cagers Have Holiday Losing Streak By...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 6 January 1951

Saturday January 6 1951 THE H-SU BRAND Page 5 Beazley Fisher Attend Bible Teachers Meeting Dr. William O. Beazley and Dr. Fred Fisher professors in the Hardin-Simmons Bible depart- ment were speakers at the an- nual seminar of the Texas Bap- tist School Bible Instructors of the Baptist General convention last week end. The seminar was held Decem- ber 27-31 at Cliff Temple lodge near Dallas. The department of student work conference met at the same time and the two groups had joint meetings Wed- nesday evening and Thursday morning. Dr. Beazley spoke on "Making Bible Courses Challenging and Interesting." Dr. Fisher discussed "The Ideal Curriculum for a Bible Department." Other speakers included Truett Smith West Texas State; Dr. J. Edwin Orr Los Angeles; Dr. Clarence Prouty Yale; Dr. T. B. Prescott Sam Houston State; Ar- thur M. Smith Texas A&M; Dr. Cecil Hyatt East Texas; Dr. J. W. Cobb Corpus Christi; Dr. E. F. Hallock University of Okla- homa; J. Howard Williams exe- cutive sec...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 6 January 1951

THE H-SU BRAND Saturday. January 6 1951 Page 6 Student Group Sees Shakespeare Play Fourteen Simmonsites saw Margot Jones' Theatre '50 put on a rousing performance of William Shakespeare's "The Merchant of Venice" December 19 in Dallas. Theatre '50 is an arena theatre one of the first in the Southwest. The scenery consisted of a few benches and stools on a rectan- gular green carpet. The Shakes- peare production was the fourth given by the theatre as a Christ- mas present to Dallas and Texas. John Denny played Shylock who was after his pound of flesh with an intensity and depth that had the Dallas News' John Ros- enfield fumbling for adjectives. Richard Venture played the hero Bassanio and Mady Correll was the scheming Portia. The group from H-SU attend- ing the performance included Pat Craig Jerry Leveritts Caldwell Beckham Joan May Douglas Herb Barker Bettie Todd Nancy Roberts Vincent Becker Virginia Nichols Clifton Lawhorne Dave Coldwell and Prof and Mrs. F. Allan Briggs faculty s...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 6 January 1951

Saturday January 8 1951 THE H-SU BRAND Pago 7 Jtityklkflttb off 1950 hEB BRBsiiPBB wWIMHBiHBBiBBBBB '.-' 'KA JBB&fi&Ii Ps liaHgiK&h ' HBBRbbHhIB B IB BBV f JHk iBjgj HBBjiiB SUMMER QUEEN Carolyn Hannah August graduate from Munday as she appeared just before coronation during the sum- mer. She was also elected Beauty last year. FACULTY. FRACUS Members of the university staff "whoop it up" on Behrens stage just be- fore the annual H-SU Rodeo last spring. They are left to right Dean W. A. Stephenson Dean E. E. Young Prof. J. E. Burnam Prof. Hiram Arrant. Dean W. T. Walton. IBnflllBBBBf"BHlE B-BBIBSSKttBEpr vvii&.j 4MLA rvL Hi' iBf Hi ilBi-BJIByP """""raWS5TO5!aOIIUWWHBWWWWMBMWBK4yi.tovi kfiftBHI hm j$79BB7 IHHfllH BBvr?'3fifi8f illflPB flBJHJ!!illllKiBttBNB? B wmw-IBBeS N B JmffiWMSfKiiNMvmm'- CHICAGO CORN Members of the band and riders of the six white horses are shown in a picture that is strictly "corn on the cob" in a Chicago restaurant. The band was invited to a st...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 6 January 1951

THE H-SU BRAND Saturday January 6 1951 Page t ORCHESTRA TO GIVE CONCERT JANUARY J 4 Final plans are now being made for the first concert of the Har-din-Simmons orchestra January 14 in Behrens chapel Dr. Herbert Preston of the music faculty has announced. Dress rehearsal for the per- formance of the 30-piece orches- tra will be January 13. The or- chestra was forced to postpone its fall concert because of con- flicting schedules. The orchestra meets every Tuesday night. Members have been working on the overture to "The Caliph of Bagdad" by Boldieu. Full program of the concert will be announced next week Dr. Preston stated. Mass Enlistments (Continued from Page 1) while been affected by the mass enlistment. Nine football players a basketball player several ten- nis team members and bandsmen are among those who volun- teered. Confronted with a swiftly de- clining Cowboy band director Marion B. McClure took time off from rehearsal Wednesday to ad- vise members how to get into service ba...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 13 January 1951

I VoL XXXV H-SU ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY JANUARY 13 1951 NO. 15 &Aand U f 77 Men Enlist In Services The number of male students who have withdrawn from school to enter the armed forces since Christmas had risen to 77 by Thursday morning. Besides those who had officially withdrawn the withdrawals of a number of other students were pending. ' There are several who have already taken and passed the necessary draft examinations but are remaining in school until they are called to duty. Most of those who have dropped out of school were freshmen and sophomores records in Dean W. A. Stephenson's office reveal. Few seniors have withdrawn to enlist. Of the 77 who have dropped classes 39 withdrew last week. This week's withdrawals include the following: am Davis Don Cunningham Alvie Arlie Watson Randel Smith Troy Pentecost Donald Peacock David Ward Billy Don Moore Gilbert Nunn Robert H. Lee Gene Y. Brock Dick Poe Willard H. Stell Sylvester Tiger Roland R. Blackford Hubert Scott Hays Eugene ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 13 January 1951

Pag 2 THE H-SU BRAND Saturday January 13' 1951 . ti i'j '. A EDITORIALS iW 7 Jland The student-citizen of H-SU are once again hearing the appeal of the National Foundation for Infantile Paralysis in its. war against polio. The drive opene'd early on the campus with the March of Dimes benefit basketball game Thursday night. But as the official campaign is from Jan. 15-31 the appeal "Please lend a hand" will be heard all over Abilene. The Taylor county quota this year is $30000 and cam- paign chairman Malcolm M. Meek has urged all Abilene students to take an active part in raiding the funds needed. A look at some facts released by the national foundation may give a clear picture of the polio situation as it is now : "Within the past three years there has been an average of 32000 cases of polio annually. By September 1950 780 chapters in 43 states having ex- hausted their treasuries were receiving $10D0000 a month additional aid from the national office. Heaviest polio expenses accrue ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 13 January 1951

aa.--.i-j-..Ti7ial"ii'iifffM'i'lM"'r - - Saturday January 13 1951 THE H-SU BRAND Page 3 i W M i Cowboys To Meet Wildcats Saturday H - Poke Cagers Edge New Mexico A&M With only two seconds to go and the score tied 53-53 last Fri- day night veteran Pete Golson stepped up to the free throw line and sank the game winning shot as the Cowboys downed the New Mexico Aggies 54-53. The win gave the Pokes a 1-1 Border Conference record. On Thursday night the Cowboys lost their first Rose Field House game in 18 starts and began conference play by losing to New Mexico University 57-55. Golson's dramatic final shot climaxed a battle of long range shots as each team found it hard to work the ball in for many crip shots. Jim Tackett dealt the Cowboys misery every time he took air at the basket from about mid-court He sank eight field goals and three free tosses for high point honors with 19. Jay Cox and Golson tied for Cowboy scoring honors with 14 points each. Coach Jack Martin's men led throu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 13 January 1951

f ff Wv Saturday January 13. 151 THE HU BRAND Knt L4 u A ' I I i i t 1 I V f ("i If-. I ' n I H. A i j ML ? r ' M I ' COWBOY ATHLETE! ljIbbSH B;'-i-JPIPW'ii'BB IBBHBIBiB B JRW9B r nSBBBBBBBV i? 3BBBBBB1 ?x '. -.3BBBBBBBH BBB t'&iB Hb ". " :fifjl LARRY ROBERTS Larry Roberts sophomore from Levelland stars in a guard slot with the Cowpoke five. He plays a vital part in the scoring of each 'game with his sure fire passing and his deceptiveness displayed on the court. Larry's successful free throw in the New Mexico Aggies game tied the score 49-49 at the end of the first overtime. Team play is his most favorable asset with the pokes. Larry manages to work the ball into scoring position whether he does the shooting or not. N Last season this athlete acted as co-captain for his freshman team which won 13 out of 16 games. He earned a place on the varsity team this year through his speed and ability to handle the ball. In his high school days. Rob- erts lettered one. year in football pla...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 13 January 1951

?- -fh-? . Saturday January 13 1951 THE H-SU BRAND Far .nim- j- - - 1000 Books To Library In The Hardin-Simmons library received about 1000 new books from faculty members and friends of the library in 1950 announced Miss Thelma Andrews head li- brarian. Judge Edward McFaddin. an alumnus of H-SU from Arkan- sas recently sent a hundred dol- lar bequest in memory of Mrs. J. D. Sandefer. The books bought with the gift will be in the gov- ernment department. Mrs. Thelma Smith graduate student from Aspermont has given a hundred dollar gift in appreciation of a course in Southwestern literature taught by Miss Eva Rudd. Miss Rudd will select books of Southwest- ern literature with the gift. Professors of H-SU who have given sizeable collections are W. D. Bond English professor who gave over 500 volumes; Hoyt Ford head of the education de- partment gave over 150 books; and E. B. Atwood retired profes- sor of Bible who gave more than 200 volumes. Dr. Wiley B. Rich dean of the school of busine...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 13 January 1951

THE H-Stt BRAND Saturday January 13 HS1 PROF IS "GOOD JOE It yi. r. ' . lift i wwww" JUST ONE OF THE FELLOWS That is how students re- gard Dr. W. O. Beazley whose activities at H-SU rango from acting as assistant to President Rupert N. Richardson to playing intramural football. Also a Bible professor. Dr. Beazley fills a pulpit engagement almost every Sunday. The versatile educator was the winner of 14 athletic letters while a student at Bridge- water college. TRYOUTS ANNOUNCED FOR RELIGIOUS PLAY "The Bock" a play in three acts by Mary P. Hamlin has been selected for the spring production of the Religious drama club ac- cording to Dr. William O. Beazley sponsor of the group. Tryouts for the play will be held during dead week. The cast will be announced after the be- ginning of the new semester. The play is one showing the character development of Simon Peter and as a whole is an at- tempt to answer the age-old ques- tion: "Shall man succeed in that he seem to fail?" The play will be...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 13 January 1951

JUrurday January 13 HS1 THE H-SU BRAND Pa 7 Open etteb fa GajnpMl Qluhi To the presidents and members of all campus organizations : The Student Council of Hardin-Simmons is taking this means to express appreciation to the many organizations on the campus for the way you have taken part in' the va- rious functions of the fall semester. Several new plans were tried this fall and several 'hew ideas put into practice which were designed to promote student participation in school activities none of which could have been successful without the' united efforts of all those who tdok part. Evidence of this participation may be seen in the un- precedented school spirit displayed during the major athletic events of the fall the good turnout of students at university social events and the splendid cooperation of everyone in the Homecoming parade game and other Ilomecoming events. Your assistance in these plans sponsored by the council has made it possible for the council to serve you better. We...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 13 January 1951

THE H-SU BRAND Saturday January 13 M51 Pae 8 Mrs. Stephenson to Be Round Table President Mrs. W. A. Stephenson was elected president of the H-SU Round Table faculty wives at a meeting of the organization re- centlv. Other new officers elected were Mrs. H R. Arrant first vice president; Mrs. C. E. Gatlin sec- ond vice president; Mrs. W. T. Walton recording secretary; Mrs. Escal Duke corresponding secre- .tqry; Mrs. W. C. Ribble treasur- er; Mrs. W. D. Bond parliamen- Mrs! R. A. Collins federation representative; Mrs. A. M. Ewing federation alternate; Mrs. F. Al- len Briggs reporter; Mrs. J. E. Burnam historian. Officers will assume responsi- bilities officially October 1 for a two year term. The meeting was heldvat San- defer Memorial building to ob- serve federation day and hosts were Mrs. A. M. Ewing Mrs. Fred L. Fisher and Mrs. Hoyt Ford. Attend the Symphony orches- tra concert Sunday at 3:30 p. m. Behrens chapel. n Q Sqws Xzx Siuy If H 5 I?oe g &! aS v 5: 9 ggSg gjgw gigs 3 a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 20 January 1951

" ' J Sjiattd Vol. XXXV H-SU ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY JANUARY 20 1951 NO. 16 Wa m Mil c54miuoLY WfiW M M-Mii tewmi? mm JANUARY 30 Rascher To Saxaphone Sigurd Rascher Scandinavian- American concert artist will give a concert in Behrens chapel Tues- day Jan. 30 at 8 p. m. Rascher is considered by many the world's foremost exponent of the saxa- phone. Having more than 150 solo ap- pearances with symphony orches- tras to his credit Rascher has toured through England Aus- tralia Scandinavia and most con- tinental countries. He has played for innumerable recitals and broadcasts. Bands to Appear Two Hardin-Simmons organiza- tions will have a part on the pro- gram of the local concert. The Cowgirl and Cowboy bands will combine to form a concert band and will play several numbers. The bands will be directed by Marion B. McClure. McClure states that Rascher will play several arrangements with the band. Most of the con- cert will consist of saxaphone solo selections however and Ras- cher will be...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 20 January 1951

Page 2 THE H-SU BRAND Saturday January 20 1951 EDITORIALS.... i Off ackl and f append Question of the week? How many nail holes pieces of old tape and thumb tack marks can a board have in it? But it's too close to the end of most students' nerve end- ings to really take time to count the number found on the posts and walls of the beanery. In order to keep the roof from falling in after these wood-be termites are through riddling the interior will some community-minded person beg borrow or donate a cork-mat bulletin board for all posters supposed menus and other important data? And now that bill number 48324 is off the floor we will take up the next complaint. We are still in the beanery but where are we going to hang our coats? The frujt basket turn-over people's coats go through on cold "blue norther" days is more than the average student's cleaning bill can take. Need we say more? -o C S& o G Reprinted from tht February 1951 fuve of ESQUIRE CopyrltM 1951 by Ctq. tn. fi You're ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 20 January 1951

Saturday January 20 1951 THE H-SU BRAND Page 3 Three Intramural Teams Undefeated it I r HyV Iran a JT si oNKifJi THREE'S A CROWD . . . Pete Golson takes advantage of his height to win out in this scuffle for the balL tipping it to Larry Wartes (4) who proceeded to tally two points for the Poke causo. Arizona cagcrs vieing for the ball are Dave Schuff (5) and Leo Johnson (4). The Wildcats won the tilt 67-55. Wildcats Wallop Pokes To Take Sixth BC Win By LLOYD WRIGHT The University of Arizona boards and the scoreboard after Wildcats working together like the first seven minyites. The Cats a coach's "dream team." hurdled invaded Rose field house sport the H-SU Cowboys in a deter mined drive for their sixth straight Border conference cham- pionship 67-55. The Wildcats in keeping their conference slate clean with six victories and winning their third road game in as many nights had complete control of the back- Ask for it Hx:KgBBBb:'- ' Art-' i faMiBiIMi (JBBff-s JKoS. I iflBAiHk. bbbbV ...

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