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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 20 January 1951

THE H-SU BRAND Saturday January 20 H51 Put 4 Orchestra Pleases Concert Audience By BETTIE TODD The Hardin - Simmons Sym- phony Orchestra gave a good ac- count of itself Sunday as it pre- sented its spring concert featur- ing pianist Barbara Belew and vocalist Harry Kong. Under the able direction of Dr. Herbert Preston the college stu- dents faculty members and Abi- lene citizens became a well- blended whole. The orchestra played such orchestral favorites as excerpts from the "Peer Gynt Suite" "The Morning" "Ace's Death" "Anitra's Dance" and "In the Hall of the Mountain King"; by Grieg; "The Emperor Waltz" Kw Jnhnnn Strauss and "The Roumanian Rhapsody" by George ) Enesco. The colorful "Overture" from Francois-Adrien Boieldieu's "The Caliph of Bagdad" was one of the featured numbers of the program. It featured flute and oboe in solo and combination. The two soloists Miss Belew and Kong showed almost pro- fessional poise and stage bearing. Miss Belew's numbers included two of Bach's "P...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 3 February 1951

- m& V "ft ? Vol. XXXV H-SU ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY FEBRUARY 3 1951 NO. 17 ? il t js Vo 's' v.xxYKTiK " PEJ. ? i GLAMOUR-ICERS GALORE can be seen at the three per- formances of Icelandia musical ice show which will be held in Rose Field house next Friday and Saturday. The troupe of 20 feminine precision skaters are featured on a program which also stars the skating McCusker family and other top professional performers. Sponsored by the Cowboy club Icelandia will be making its second appearance on the H-SU campus. Musical Ice Show Performance Set "Icelandia" a musical ice show will return to Abilene for three performances next Friday and Saturday in Rose Field house. The musical "stage show on ice" features a company of more than 30 professional ice skaters. It is being sponsored by the H- SU Cowboy club. s Westminster Choir Concert Date Set The Westminster choir under the direction of Dr. John Finley Williamson will be presented in concert at Behrens Chapel on Tuesday Feb. 20 at ...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 3 February 1951

Saturday February 3 1S51 EDITORIALS.... ..i4 THE H-SU BRAND & & Yy y. ; ' m u u QUvaltk ajj Welcome . . . . "With tho beginning of the spring semester of study on the forty acres new students both freshmen and transfers will become a part of the Hardin-Simmons student body. As they arrive to enter classes and take part in activities let's make them feel at home make them fit into the H-SU school spirit. And to tliose of you who are coming to Simmons for the ' first time it is hoped that each of you will share in every ounce of that spirit. May you take part in every activity so that you will not only be a part of the student body but that the student body may be a part of you. And along with this spirit comes the friendly atmosphere that H-SU is noted for. It will impart be up to you and your attitude to see that the atmosphere stays the same. You too must be friendly. Hardin-Simmons will offer much to you this semester and during your stay at the forty acres. There will be ...

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

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 3 February 1951

v Saturday February 3 1851 Page 4 THE H-SU BRAND Three To Carry H-SU Golden Gloves Interest HSU. 4 SPORTS ROUND-UP By LLOYD The sports spotlight for Abi- lene and a big part of West Texas will be beaming brightly on Rose Field House tonight and Monday night as the big Abilene Regional Golden Golves tournament con- tinues. The three nights affair which got underway last night is con- sidered the biggest sports drama of the winter season. And rightly so for no other sporting event attracts participants from so great a territory or furnishes greater entertainment and excitement than the fistic show. Only one sour note is seen from this corner . . . and that's the fact that Hardin-Simmons entries are not greater in number. But with three such colorful and experi- enced fighters as Tom Adams Freddie Morales and Ben Young carrying the purple and gold into the ring whocould ask for more! Since Hardin-Simmons dropped boxing as an intercollegiate sport this year no team will be en- tered. Th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 3 February 1951

Saturday February 3 1951 THE H-SU BRAND Paff S Induction of Writing Fraternity Set Soon Formal induction of the H-SU -chapter of Sigma Tau Delta na- tional English fraternity will be held next week according to Dr. Clifton Malone. sponsor. A definite date for the cere- mony could not be set because the charter has not been received from the national headquarters he said. Members of the ACC chapter will be guests at the meeting. Dr. Malone announced that .37 students have been extended an invitation to become charter members. The present require- ments are that the prospective member be either a junior or se- nior have a B average and be an English or journalism major. o Campus Student Groups To Make Church Trips Four trips will be made by campus religious groups to out-of-town Baptist churches in the near future it was announced to- day by TrUett Sheriff director of religious activities. Weather permitting several students will attend services at the First Baptist Church in Gal- ves...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 3 February 1951

mtjmtttn! vwmwlf TH ri-SU BBAHP Saturday February 3 1951 x: ... Sutton To Be Guest Of Future Teachers Dr. Willis A. Sutton noted educator and public speaker will be the honored guest at a meet- ing of the campus chapter of Fu- ture Teachers of America Thurs day at 7:30 p. m. in the visual aids room of Sandefer Memorial library. Group discussions will be con- ducted and all persons interested in teaching are invited to attend the meeting Ethel Hatchett sponsor of the chapter stated. Special guests will be FTA mem- bers from McMurry and ACC. Dr. Sutton who for many years has been active in the field of education is a past president of the National Education Associa- tion. Six Students Qualify As First Aid Teachers Six H-SU students were rec- ognized by the American Red Cross as qualified first aid in- structors when they completed a course given by Mrs. Ethel Trice at the end of the fall term. They are Wayne F. Brock Bill Davis Dean Henninger Jack Johnston Morris Ledger and Fred Stirm...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 3 February 1951

HatiircUy. Fbruaiy 3 1951 'l THE H-SU BRAHD Bandsmen Greet Top VFW Officers Members of the Cowboy band played an inforrrial concert at lo- cal VFW post last Tuesday morn- ing upon the arrival of Charles C. Ralls national VFW com- mander and J. T. Rutherford. Texas department commander. The band under the direction of Maridn B. McClure represent- ed the department of Texas at the national VFW encampment in Chicago during the past summer. The local gathering was the first reunion of the band mem- bers and the two organizational leaders. Ralls 46-year-old Seattle attorney stopped off in Abilene on the last lap of a 32-state tour. Hutherford assisted him on the Texas schedule. Performances mdde by the band in Chicago included a four- hour parade down Michigan ave- nue playing for the Dixie ban- quet giving a concert at the Chi- cago Fair (formerly the World Fair) gathering for bally-hoos in the leading hotels of the city and playing for VFW election. Rutherford stated that "the work don...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 3 February 1951

THE H-SU BRAND Saturday Fbrury 3 liSI School Offers 18 Extension Courses A total of 18 extension courses have been scheduled for the spring semester. Five are out-of-town classes and 13 are to be offered locally according to Pro- fessor J. D. Osborne" director. Out-of-town extension courses are being offered by W. O. Beaz- ley in Roby F. Allen Briggs in Winters Dale Schoonover in Munday W. T. Walton in Snyder and Mrs. Billie Lacy Stamford. Local courses are as follows: "Activities in Elementary and High Schools" by Dr. R. A. Col- lins; "Greek Literature in Transi- tion" by Dr. Clifton Malone; "In- structor's First Aid" by Mrs. Ethel Trice. "Social History of the United States" Dr.. James Greer; "Crea- tive Writing" Betty and Clee Woods: "Public Relations" Eu- gene Schooley; "Typing" Alice Osborne; "Salesmanship" Dick Dickerson; "Principles pf Insur- ance" Homan Johnson; "Income Tax5' Dr. WD. Rich; "Principles of Accounting' S. W. McFarlin; "Municipal Accounting" A. M. Ewing and "Lif...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 10 February 1951

Williams Wilson Are Beauty and Beast 7h& Vol. XXXV Mi?: ' f - r f 4 IIMagfli i CAMPUS BEAUTY Tomi Williams green-eyed and brown haired senior from Levelland was elected campus beauty in a run-off with Loretta Gullelie in chapel Tuesday. Tomi is a mem- ber of the Cowgirls and president of the Cowgirl band. She is a music major and plans io leach elementary music on graduation. She likes popular music and enjoys sports such as swimming and football. She plans lo graduate in August. Richardson Collins Attend Dallas Meet Dr. Rupert N. Richardson and Dean Robert A. Collins were in Dallas Tuesday attending a meet- ing of college representatives with the Texas Education agency. The purpose of the meeting according to Dean Collins was to discuss proposals for changing teacher certificate laws in Texas and to set up machinery for ac- crediting the teacher training programs of Texas colleges. A council was approved to rec- ommend standards for teacher training in universities. Dean Collin...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 10 February 1951

THE H-SU BRAND Saturday February 10 1851 EDITORIALS.... Jt J. f" Pmm 2 i'iT. ? K ... BJm taic iftb .... The traffic situation on the campus is a problem. Last year new parking 'areas were designated on the campus to help prevent the congestion of traffic. Still however some have to park far from their classes because of the discourtesy of a few students who carelessly park crooked taking up two spaces instead of one. Hardin-Simmons is noted for its friendly and courteous attitude and included in those attitudes are the practices of courteous driving and safety first. If one were to put . himself in the place of a driver who has to drive for several minutes looking for d place to park and then be late to class perhaps he would be more careful and attentive. And along that line the speed limit on the campus is 20 miles per hour and only by vehicles staying within that limit can the pedestrians be safe. Let's not have to do as one campus was forced to do install traffic lights to en- f...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 10 February 1951

Saturday February 10 1951 . THE H-SU BRAND Pag 3 4 J Three Cowboy ?JTV'-T TtS' n. fci iB-V'' Tito' jKsK y s 4 TRIO OF CHAMPS Threo champions of the receni Abilene Regional Golden Gloves Tourna- ment sit calmly together after making a great showing Monday night. Left to right ihoy are Freddy Morales who beat Ray Thornton of Lubbock for the bantamweight crown; Tom Adams winner of the heavyweight title after a knockout over Dan Williams of Lubbock; and Ben Young who won the middleweight title after stopping Lacy Boles of Abilene by a TKO. All throe will defend their titles and try for state laurels against other regional contenders at the State Golden Gloves Tournament in Fori Worth February 14-19. H-SU. H93a2v HKKt'iAJBRffc 0Kfl IH HF5nxoR SPORTS ROUND-UP By DICK Despite what a few sports writers from around Lubbock said Tom Adams and Freddy Morales proved that the unfavor- able stories written about them were untrue. And those certain writers are probably taking Bromo-Seltzer right n...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 10 February 1951

w r daturdar February 10. HS1 Pat 4 THE H-SU BRAND I I II .". "'r fr' "2 V -'" . W i T I ' I. r' '... -. 5 . - . .. 1 k ' ' m iv V ' . it V ..4 COWBOY ATMLETE! By CURTIS HANK GREEN "Tall and lanky" describes Bill (Hank) Green six feet and seven inch center on Jack Martin's Cowboy five. .. Hank who is the tallest man on the basketball team is playing his first year of varsity ball after having been a member of the Buttons last year. Green the only married man on the team is 22 years of age with a major in physical educa- tion. His home is Anson. Hank has been seeing plenty of action this year and has been high point man in several games. With two years of eligibility left the tall and lanky sophomore should really go places. His 6' 7" frame keeps the tallest of boys wondering what will happen next when Hank gets the ball. BOW TO FLAGSTAFF l&Y MkWWW jHv AMI Cowboys Drop Third Road Game On Trip Losing three straight games in three days to Arizona teams the Hardin-Simmons Cowboys co...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 10 February 1951

t " Wfc ' r Saturday February 10 151 THE H-8U BHAKD t s . KHSU Adds Eight Programs Hours Eight new programs and addi- tional broadcasting hours have been added to the schedule of KHSU campus radio station. Don Sypherd station manager an- nounces that the operational changes were made with the ad- dition of new equipment. An extra hour has been added to the broadcasting time each ev- ening. Station hours are now from 5 to 10 p. m. daily he said. The new programs are "Wom- en's World" Campus News" "Organ Reverie" "Poets Corner" "Disc Jockey Derby" "World News" 'Flying Discs" and "Sportscast." The program "Women's World" will be broadcast on Tuesday and Thursdays at 7:25 p. m. and will be directed by Carliene Wood- ward. Ellen Doyle will give the campus news at 7:25 p. m. Mon- day Wednesday and Friday. Alfred Johnson will play the Baldwin oygan in the chapel each evening at 8:45 p. m. and present the program "Organ Reverie." Gloria Benson will present "Poets Corner" each Tuesday and Th...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 10 February 1951

THE H-SU BRAND Saturday February 10 1851 99 $ t r. I; i. i? Westminster Choir To Appear Feb. 20 The Westminster choir directed by Dr. John Finley Williamson will be heard in concert in Behrens chapel Feb. 20 at 8 p. m. The choral group of 40 voices is handpicked by Dr. Williamson from the entire student body of Westminster Choir c o 1 1 e ge Princeton N. J. The touring musicians have sung in more than 300 American cities twice toured Europe and have been featured on network radio programs. It has made over 100 orchestral appearances in the past ten years with leading symphonic orches- tras throughout the United States. The choir's voices were heard under the direction of Arturo Toscanini in the film "Hymn of the Nations" and in Walt Dis- ney's "Fantasia." Celebrated for the variety in its programs the choir presents a repertoire ranging from early Italian masters to modern com posers. No phase of choral music is left untouched. The group presents music ranging from the composi- tion...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 10 February 1951

Saturday February 10 1951 THE H-SU BRAND ? 7 Students xed Matou 9 to Recent Gefremotoiel BBMBteai: .tr'i''- 8 KqSJSfjaRBfl8Sroifl'v vjyEFgraSMHBB COMMITTEE HEADS GATHER ROUND to lay plans for Religious Focus Week March 5-9. Thome of Jhe project this year is "Don't Go Away Without Jesus." Thirteen team members will be on the campus to hold services seminars and informal discussions throughout the week. Com- mittoe chairmen pictured above are: (1. to r.) Bobbye Whitworth Joan Crawford Clinton Watson Efi y jOWy' Dorolhy Ho11' Jack Harris Joe Haynes (seated) Gayle Bowen. Charlotte Davis and Willa Bradford. fyocul Week GlaU Viditatiaa 7a Aid BtudenU With pnaldeml Classroom visitation will be one of the main features for the Har-din-Simmons university Religious Focus week to be held March 5-9. Designed to help students with everyday problems classroom visitation will begin at 10:30 Tuesday March 6 and continue through the week. Team mem- bers will be in charge of .the full class hour and ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 10 February 1951

r P09 t THE H-SU BRAND laftfoday February 10 H51 y & CORRAL BUSINESS MANAGER NAMED Ann Hall Junior English ma- jor from Palm Beach Florida has been selected by the. public cations board as the business manager of the Cbrrah Mrs. Marian Dean editor of the magazine has announced staff members for the Corral They are Robert Pointer ossot ciate editor; Don Richards non- fiction editor; Ray Douglas fic- tion editor; and Mary and Betty Post art editors. Pointer business administra- tion major is from Abilene. Non- fiction editor Richards is a jour- nalism major from Abilene. Hd' will also hold the position of Cor- ral photographer. Abilene is the home of the Post twins. They are majoring in art. Douglas is a graduate student living in Abi- lene. Students interested in being 'assistant business manager of the Corral are asked to contact Miss Hall or other members of the staff. All material for the magazine may be .submitted to members of the English department or to the Corral staff. F...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 17 February 1951

. 7h& &AUtd Vol. XXXV H-SU ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY FEBRUARY 17 1951 NO. 19 y'-j u Pepsters Tryout Date Set Tryouts for cheer leader posi- tions will be held at basketball games next week it was an- nounced today by Jack Yates student body president. Both girls and boys are eligible for the po- sitions. Deadline for applications is 6 p. m. Monday he said. All stu- dents interested in becoming a cheer leader next year should submit their names to a student N council member or Ella Bostick head cheer leader. Yates explained that students have to try out before they can be considered as nominees for cheer leader positions. Any per- 1 son applying will be given the chance to lead yells. The tryout system was initiat- ed last year when the students voted to change Article VI of the constitution. The purpose of the system is to give the student body a chance to see exactly what each nominee can do in the way of leading yells. Election of the cheer leaders will be in the same manner ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 17 February 1951

THE H-SU BRAND Saturday. February 17 1951 ml Page 2 ar ' M EDITORIALS Why Qioe. d ftp? All of us will agree that a mythical Utopia has been created by these troubled times. Daily newspapers are screaming the possibility of drafting 18-year-olds many boys are giving up the priceless opportunity of education and are enlisting in the army or navy H-SU is thinking seriously about the development of an ROTC unit and al- most everyone is preparing himself for the next few years that could bring war or peace. Those of us who are left here at school should realize that we are privileged. And too we should realize that what we do with that opportunity of education might some day determine whether we live in peace or chaos. A college education will be our initial step to any lateral livelihood vocation or adjustment. Then why do some of us waste the precious hours given us for studying and learning? Our slates were clean at the beginning of this semester. Already some of us have marred them w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 17 February 1951

Saturday February 17 1051 THE H-SU BRAND Page 3 fc t H - AT STATE GG MEET PSt HHBAIVjfil;' lkS 1 HtSftkH H-SU Boxers Hold High Tourney Rate Hardin - Simmons university boxers were rated high among contenders for the state Golden Gloves honors in Fort Worth dur- ing the pro-contest speculation last Week. Tom Adams and Freddie Mo- rales received the most attention because of their previous per- formances in state meets. Ben Young was considered a possible threat in the middleweight di- vision. Adams a heavyweight fights for the fifth time in state elimi- nations and Morales bantam- weight makes his third trip to the finals. The two have been re- ferred to as the H-SU "one-two punch." This is Young's first bout in the state meet. Winners of the state tourna- ment will make trips to the na- tional tournament in Chicago. Adams and Morales are good bets to grab the state titles. Regional Victories Adams fought two fights in the regional meet held in Rose field house and Morales fought one...

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