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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 17 February 1951

THE H-SU BRAND Saturday February 17 1951 Page 4 SPORTS ROUND-UP By GEORGE HINE JR. BBBBBBBK7WFPl!3'TCHHiy HBBBbBbBBM Ma aIsliiBBBB bbbbbbbbk& .N ''-vvjS&bbbbIbbbbH bbbbbbbbbE-:mbb j&BbbbbbbbI A HbBBm BBBBBBw BBAbAb9 BBBBBBBBBBBft.$:&BBBBBBBl WARREN B. WOODSON CHARLIE BURTON who does a column fpr the Dallas Morning News once remarked: "Place Warren B. Woodson Hardin-Simmons University Athletic Director in the middle of a desert and he still will come up with a football team. And it will be a good one too." Cowden-Paxton hall which houses the football players has some new boys now some are just out of high school while others are junior college trans- fers. And if you are a follower of Cowboy football rest as- sured that Woodson along with "his capable aides Al Milch and Bill Scott will come up with a pretty good team. Next year's aggregation may not ride as tall in the saddle as other teams in the past have but they will give a good ac- count of themselves. Hardin-Sim...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 17 February 1951

Saturday February 17 1951 THE H-SU BRAND Pae S Practice Continues For Diamondnten There was snow on the ground the coach was gone but Hardin- Simmons baseball candidates kept on practicing. Monday was spent loosening up on Apache field on the Albany highway. With the cold weather the scene shifted to Rose field house Tuesday and Wednesday. Coach Joe Grba has accompani- ed the Abilene Golden Gloves fighters to Fort Worth for the Texas state tournament. He will serve as coach in charge of the team. About 25 men answered the initial call for nrnntiro with i general procedure including shag- eB xxica yiuyxug pepper ana running laps. Due to the inclement weather the next two days found the boys warming up their arms and run- ning more laps around the field house floor. J. B. Gibbs former H-SU baseball star and present physical education instructor is guiding the team in Grba's ab- sence. Five of seven returning letter- men met the workout. They were Kenneth Watson and Nolan Tiger pitcher...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 17 February 1951

in t THE H-SU BRAND Saturday February 17 185 L r If.". :V . V B.' p. IN I ' V lt Sumerlin Receives Doctor of Music Macon Sumerlin professor of theory and composition has been awarded an honorary Doctor of Music degree by the Texas Guild of Composers for his work in the field of music composition. Announcement of the honor was made recently at the con- cert of the Abilene Eymphony Orchestra of which he is a mem- ber. Conductor Jay Dietzer read the announcement telegram from the Guild to the audience. The telegram said in part "for outstanding work in the field of music composition the Texas Guild of Composers has confer- red in absentia the degree of Doc- tor of Music Honorary on Macon Sumerlin." Membership in the guild is by invitation and Sumerlin is a member. The uild is chartered by the State of Texas as a frater- nal educational and artistic in- stitutuion. Sumerlin has been composing since early college-student days. He received his Bachelor of Music degree from H-SU in 1940 an...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 17 February 1951

THE H-SU BRAND P9 7 Saturday February 17 1951 Extension Classes Held In Six Towns Classes are being held in six West Texas towns by the exten- sion department of H-SU J. D. Osborne director has announced. Classes are being taught in .Munday Winters Snyder Roby Stamford and Brownwood. F. Allen Briggs is teaching in Win- ters; W. T. Walton teaches in Snyder; a courseus being offered in Roby by W. O. Beazley. Mrs. Billie Lacy is teaching in Stam- ford; Dale Schoonover teaches in Munday and A. B. Lee and Otho Polk have classes in Brownwood. In addition to these out of town courses ten extension classes are being offered on the campus. Teaching them are Robert A. Col- lins Clifton Malone Ethel Pres- ton Trice H. Bryce Jordan John Hutto Clee and Betty Woods James K. Greer Eugene Schooley and J. B. Adair. Approximately 300 are enrolled in extension this semester said Osborne. About 75 or 80 per cent of the work done in the extension department is done toward gradu- ate credit. That does no...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 17 February 1951

FtS THE H-SU BRAND Saturday February 17r 19SI VOICE RECITAL GIVEN BY MUSIC STUDENTS Ray Baker Bob Smith John Schwensen and Bill Hardage were presented in a voice recital Friday at 3 p. m. in the studio of Euell Porter chairman of the voice department. Their selections varied from sacred to secular numbers. o Piano Students Present Monday Evening Recital Piano students of Patricia Fis- cher and Thurman Morrison were presented in a recital Monday evening at 8 o'clock in Caldwell hall. Students on the program were: Wendell Ray Barber Jean Caffee Gloria Morrison Joan Sliger Mary Frances Lashlee Gladys Ann Ledbetter Nancy Caffee Darla Brians Norma Jean Wil- lingham Eileen Kincaid Gaye Longacre Sandra Neas and Mil- dred Downing. o Don't be a party pooper. Hear the Westminster choir. I i w So- 'lUetf Say . . . Question of the week: What is your opinion of an R. O. T. C. unit on the campus of H-SU? Kenneth Watson: I'm iri favor of it because it will enable more boys to finish school. Then w...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 24 February 1951

Mll 0g' Ssuuul Jhz VoL XXXV H-SU ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 24 1951 NO. 20 - ---.. .-- mK V ixNJAA?X -MvWw.t ' 4XAWiv)rMVWiViW.V - fMMfiMii lrw 1 V ONE OF THREE MAJOR SYMPHONY ORCHESTRAS IN THE STATE OF TEXAS the San Antonio Symphony will be on the Hardin-Simmons campus Tuesday for two appearances. The two concerts are scheduled for 9:30 and 8 p. m. in Rose field house. The orchestra founded twelve years ago by the late Max Reiter is directed by Franco Autori. Taking part in the performances will be the H-SU a cappella choir directed by Euell Porter. The choir will sing soveral numbers with the orchestra. The matinee concert will be designed to appeal especially to students of public school age it has been announced. Hardin-Simmons students will be admitted to either concert on presentation of their activity tickets. Orchestra Choir To Give Two Programs Tuesday Autori to Conduct San Antonio Group The San Antonio Symphony orchestra Texas' first orchestra to reach "major" status...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 24 February 1951

THE H-Sll BRAND SlurUy February 24 1SS1 it f yy $ EDITORIALS .... 7f Clean. 0 lh Clop Hardin-Simmons folks were popping their vests Tuesday . morning when they heard that Tom and Freddie has done it again. . The news in question was of. course the wins recorded by heavyweight Tom Adams and bantamweight Freddie Morales in the state Golden Gloves tournament in Fort Worth in which'both won the right to fight in the national. Needless to say we're proud of them and of Ben Young the other H-SU state contender. Our pride extends beyond the fact that we know they're good fighters and good sports. They have compiled records any boxers might envy. Bach time they enter the ring they are aware that they represent H-SU and in their careers as Cowboy boxers they have brought nothing but favorable recognition to their school. In fact they have gained Simmons more fame than many a large organization. They're a couple of champions both as athletes and as sportsmen. They've proved they're tops in th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 24 February 1951

Saturday Ftbruary 24 1851 f y .wi Adams Cowboys Eke Win From WT The H-SU Cowboys added an- other to their list of home-court victories Monday night as they came from behind to record a 59- 52 win over Texas Western's Miners in a Border conference tussle. Although the Pokes trailed throughout the first half they staged a third-quarter rally to Uske the lead at 38-36. Half time ''score was 32-27 in favor of the Miners. Larry Wartes 5' 11" guard paced the home team with 14 points. High-point man for the night however was the visitors' D. W. Harkins who racked up 18. Gerald Rogers Texas Western's smooth pivot man and leading Border conference scorer was held to 10 points for the evening. Hank Green 6' 7" Cowboy gave Rogers quite a bit of trouble in the second half allowing the tall Miner only two field goals and coming in to claim many of the rebounds. The Cowboys led only once' during the first half going ahead 6-5 on two free tosses by Buddy Matthews. But the Miners kept from a three-...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 24 February 1951

Pag 4 THE H-SU BRAND Saturday February 24 1951 Whiskered Wizards Meet Modern Cleaners Monday . COWBOY ATHLETE! By CURTIS SMITH At5'55'i?S''y "? SSSSSWS K..K V.SJ: Comedians Feature Top All -Star Attractions i. ?'-C.iT'PWM?mSvraSiSSBB8fflU PHIL McGAHEY "The man between the coach and the boys" is Phil McGahey varsity football manager and as- sistant trainer for Hardin Sim- mons' athletic teams. A freshman football player in 1948 Phil assumed managerial duties the following spring. He is a junior and hails from Albu- querque N. M. In Phil's opinion "A manager has to have an interest in all sports." His favorite however is football. While a senior in high school Phil was a member of the state championship football squad and was named on the all-state team. He is a member of the naval reserve. IN INTRAMURAL PLAY New Players Provide Added Team Strength By LARRY A week of intramural basket- ball in the second half has proved that the latter part will be as thrilling as the initial round. S...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 24 February 1951

Saturday February 24 1951 Work of W. D. Howells To Be Topic Of Meeting Of Sigma Tau Deltans Three members of the recently installed Chi Epsilon chapter of Sigma Tau Delta national Eng- lish fraternity will discuss the novelist William Dean Howells' at the organization's first official meeting on Monday at 7 p. m. in Mary Frances hall. Dr. Clifton Malone sponsor of Chi Epsilon will speak on How- ells' place in literary criticism. The life of the writer will be discussed by Virginia Nichols. Melvin Douglas will use the au- thor's book "The Rise of Silas Lapham" for his topic. Bob Smith Vocalist "Gives Music Program Jr Bob Smith tenor presented a program of songs in chapel Tues- day morning. He sang "Meine Lieder" by Brahms "Total Eclipse" from Handel's "Samson" "The Bell Man" by Forsythe "Love Me and the World Is Mine" by Ball and concluded the program with an old sea chanty. Bob is in his third year at H- SU and has been a member of the A Cappella choir and the univer- sity male quar...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 24 February 1951

fid THE H-SU BRAKD ' ' Saturday February 24 H5I Saturday February 24 Addl Aleut (jfufinent By BETTIE TODD Something new has been added to the biology department.. That something new is a recent- ly equipped laboratory on the third floor of Science hall. Six new lab tables six oil emersion microscopes twenty Spencer mic- roscopes and display and note- book cabinets are included in the new equipment installed in the lab. The new lab tables are of blond wood with the standard black tops. Each one is fitted with gas and electric outlets. Drawer space for eight students is included in every table thus enabling a class of 24 to work at a single lab per- iod. Cases Hold Specimens Matching the blond finish of the tables are the display and note- book cases which line one wall of the lab. One of the" display cases holds mounted and preserved specimens while another holds valuable new electrical equipment used in physiology courses. But the pride of the lab accord- ing to S. O. Trentham profe...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 24 February 1951

Saturday February 24 1151 THE H-SU BRAND BRIDE-ELECT HONORED WITH GIFT TEA THURS. Lera Joyce Hale was named honoree at a gift tea Thursday afternoon in the parlors of Mary Frances halL Hostesses were Martha Arnold Peggy Cosper Lillian Richards Louise Livengood and Paula Windham. Lera Joyce is the bride-elect of Larry Wartes Hardin-Simmons basketball player. Their wedding is planned for March 22. A color scheme of pastel shades of green and yellow and white was carried out. Spring flowers decorated the refresh- ment table. Cookies and sherbet punch were served. The honoree her mother and the mother of the prospective fidegroom all were shoulder cor- ges. The five hostesses wore ..ristlet corsages. o Rounding Up Strays (Continued from Page 2) eyes have seen Frank Freor and Juanita Minaira; Ronald Chand- ler and Joyce Roberts; Jack Glover and Jeree Beaird. Dewey Alfred and Jane Welch have been together frequently but there's a sound in the dis- tance which is coming closer. On second g...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 24 February 1951

r THE H-SU BRANDS Ptl Saturday February. 24 1851 h Junior-Stnior Banquet Features Modern Theme A modernistic cowboy twirling a rope weeping candles in cera- mic hand holders and abstract modern art designs helped carry out the theme of the annual junior-senior banquet "The H-SU of the Future" last Friday. Vice-president W. T. Walton i gave the address of the evening "Dealing in Futures." Charlotte Davis program chair- man read a prophecy of the ju- niors and seniors "A Look Be- yond." John Schwensen sang several songs of a modern vein. Lewis Stephens newly elected junior class president was mas- ter of ceremonies and gave the welcome to the seniors. Jay Cox senior class president responded. Nancy Roberts was in charge of the affair as social chairman of the junior class. Bob Flegal was in charge of ticket sales and Bev- erly Geisendorff and Lois Shel- burn headed the publicity com- mittee. Honored guests were the presi- dent the vice president the deans and their wives. ' " h y ' " ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 3 March 1951

vZK j&smnd VoL XXXV H-SU ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY. MARCH 3 1951 NO. 21 M ( SENIORS MUST SUBMIT CAP AND GOWN SIZES All graduating seniors must submit cap and gown sizes and order invitations by March 10 it was announced today by Virgil M. Bradley Bookstore manager. Three types of invitations may be ordered he said. They are the French fold type costing 13 cents; the Souvenir leather bound type 85 cents each; and the Souvenir paper bound at 27 cents. Announcements cards can also be ordered. They range from $1.50 a hundred to $3.00 a hun- dred. Seniors ordering the en- graved announcements will re- ceive their name plate. Bradley also announced that all seniors graduating in the sum- mer can now order senior rings. Seniors must pay one-third of the cost when ordering invita- tions he said. The caps and gowns require no down payment as yet. Cowboy Band Tour Planned For April Plans are being made for a Cowboy band tour in West Texas and Eastern New Mexico for the first week in April. P...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 3 March 1951

t'l - I"' Pays 2 THE H-SU BRAND t Saturday March 3 1951 EDITORIALS.... Today we are living in a time of war and chaos. No one knows just what will happen in the next few decades. As young people who have grown up in times of war and some of us have even fought in that war wc are sometimes asking "Is it worth it?" or "What will it all amount to in the long run?" Just why are we in the middle of another world crisis instead of living co-opcrately and practicing' unity and brotherhood? All of us will agree that we are fighting Communism. But what can we do about it? We talk about universal military training R. 0. T. C. units rearmament of Europe psychological warfare and force but will those things alone do the job. of giving to the world everlasting peace? Jesus Christ came that we "might have life and that we might have it more abundantly." He explains clearly that He is the "way the truth and the light." Surely what the world needs today is that same Jesus. Where man's strength ends...

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

Saturday March 3 1951 THE H-SU BRAND Page 3 IS SPORTS ROUND-UP By DICK Those of you who have been keeping up with the national Golden Gloves Tournament of Champions which was held in Chicago were probably surprised to hear of Tom Adams losing his first fight in the tournament. There was no doubt in many people's minds that Tom was the boy to really go in the tourna- ment which was to determine the national champions. Tom was by far the best hea- vyweight fighter in Texas and probably part of .the United States but when he meets a big tall long armed boy who is also pretty good then those long arms are probably apt to get the best of him and that is just what 'happened Tuesday night. Another reason is because of the lack of keen competition Wizards Uncork Comic Antics And Win 55-51 By LLOYD WRIGHT A normal game of basketball turned into a hilarious riot Mon- day night as the Whiskered Wiz- ards waited until the waning minutes to uncork their comic antics that kept the largest Rose fi...

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

4 ..1. KiiT.iia r?c imWM'VuHviUk-ii.MMi. .j.oA..... "I riiiBmnmMii..n. . Pag 4 THE H-SU BRAND Saturday. March 3 1951 HiT" t$m s mm??mm&&rz - - & 5": r ?. & .rA. -I ' r . j&h&t&micm ??':&? .r?iBP ?i?A''vrmp VARSITY GOLF TEAM members who will participate in the nine intercollegiate matches to be held this season are pictured above. They are left to right. Billy Phillips Jack Tidwell George Smith Frank Freer and Carl Chambers. E. W. Ledbetier coach of the team has high hopes for the Border conference crown. The Cowboy golfers are led by Freer who is city champion of La- mesa. Only losses from last year's team are John and Lou Turlo who have won several contests in the Southwest. Golf Team Schedules Intercollegiate Meets Nfne golf matches four home and five away have been sched- uled this season according to E. W. Ledbetter coach. Other dual- meets may be scheduled but dates are uncertain. Present members of the H-SU golf team include Frank Freer George S...

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

Saturday. March 3 1951 THE H-SU BRAND Page S 76 Work As Focus Planners Sventy-six students working pn ten committees have helped in making preparations for Re- ligious Focus week. bbbbbbbifll9t y j? ?"5 y j'jf'TJffIBBRffifg j3tc&5ysc?i!6$& sSSBSBSbbbbbbbbbbbByVRv'V - wc vbbbbbbbbbH j4 A j?j3 $c itc -5& M2r s "bbvwCSv.v'j -v & 2bbbbflKr2$H9bbbbbbl7 J v CHARLES MYERS Pastor First Baptist Church Sulphcr Okla. AFTERNOON SESSIONS Topics For Twelve Seminars Are Named Twelve seminars have been scheduled for Religious Focus week which begins Monday on the campus. They will be conducted by the Focus week team members at two periods daily. Mrs. Ethel Trice H-SU physi- cal education instructor will lead a discussion on Planning for Marriage each afternoon at 4:30 p. m. in Behrens chapel. Other seminars will be held at 6:45 p. m. each day in class- rooms in Abilene hall. They in- clude Saved and Sure of It con- ducted by Strauss Atkinson with Donald Cook as convenor in room 107;...

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

THE H-8U BRAND Saturday March 3 1951 ac Kfr 8 Speakers To Lead Dorm Discussions Dormitory residents will have an opportunity to participate in informal discussions led by mem- bers of the Religious Focus week team following the evening serv- ices Tuesday Wednesday and Thursday. Scheduled to begin at 9:30 p. m. the discussions will last about an hour and will deal with topics of general interest to the dormi- tory groups according to Truett Sheriff general director of Focus week. Hunter hall girls will have as their leaders Miss Bernice Elliott Monday; Mrs. David Alexander Tuesday; and Charles Myers Thursday. Leon Marsh will talk with Smith hall residents Tuesday evening. Speakers for the other nights will be Miss Elliott and Dr. Z. T. Huff. The Tuesday evening leader in Ferguson hall's discussion will be Dr. Huff will talk at the boys' dorm Wednesday and David Alexander will be the speaker Thursday. Mary Frances hall girls will hear Obra Lee Malone Tuesday evening Marsh on Wednesday...

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

Saturday March 3 1951 THE H-SU BRAND 9 k s$ " wMfeSj" ? -4BPv $yBi " 5 ''P' rlHFlb&i ? ' 8Byj!IBs Sm&s'& vfimsfcto' "&Bt ' '3 1 H OBRA LEE MALONE Lawyer El Paso MRS. DAVID ALEXANDER Housewife College Station DR. OTIS ENGLISH Surgeon Lubbock STRAUSS ATKINSON Pastor First Baptist Church Kermit RoundifUf l4fi 74e SttcuiA By ELLEN DOYLE There are strange things hap- pening around here everyday in- cluding the fact that dirt dry wet or otherwise is getting hard- er to dig up to throw hand out or give away free with two bot- tles of Hadacol. Nevertheless we begin anew this week with some old stuff made over and just for spice a few new tips. How come Truett Latimer's car was sitting in front of Smith hall all last Sunday night? Why won't Doug Manning wear his glasses on a date? Dogs have come to the front again! Seems they are building bomb shelters outside the royal beanery or has it been the tra- ditional hiding! or' finding of bones? One little black and white four-foot...

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