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

VflW! T" r q - VMM I THE H-8U BRAND laturday March 3 H5X Sa Uey Say . . . mT i illv yia orBPifc flP " ' "SB ''v-v fJiLJIHHvtf f . ..v LOOKING OVER THEIR HANDIWORK axe four art students who are helping io make deco- rations for the annual Abilene Chamber of Commerce banquet to be held in Rose Field house Tuesday evening. The H-SU students have made 25 centerpieces like the one pictured represent- ing various West Texas scenes. The on6 they are examining was done by Don Rogers left. Others pictured are left to right Richard O'Brien and Kathleen Skylstad (seated) and art instructor Mrs. Maurice Martin. Art Students Help With C-C Banquet Eleven Hardin-Simmons ad- vanced art students under the direction of Miss A. M. Carpen- ter and Mrs. Maurice Martin will assist with the decorations for the 43rd annual banquet of the Abilene Chamber of Commerce. The affair will be held in Rose Field house Tuesday at 6:30 p. m. The theme of West Texas agri- culture and livestock will be car- ried out by...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 10 March 1951

& A a nd th& VoL XXXV H-SU ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY MARCH 10 1951 NO. 22 Students Attend Radio Conference Five radio students from H-SU are in Norman Okla. this week- end to attend the third annual Radio Conference. Two of the students are. com- peting in special contests. Lloyd Wright is entering continuity writing. KHSU's "Party with Pat" is entered in the talent pro- gram division. The latter select- ed as a typical popular program features the singing playing and musical compositions of Pat Beasley. Others attending the confer- ence include Dub Bowlus Gracye Fields and Bill Burton. They are accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Brooks. Brooks is coordi- nator of radio at H-SU. The meeting is being held on the campus of the University of Oklahoma. Other schools attend- ing include Baylor TCU SMU Nebraska Wichita university Oklahoma A&M Tulane and Louisiana Polytechnic. The conference is designed for students who plan to go into ra- dio work. Industrial representa- tives and...

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

f THE H-J BRAD EDITORIALS Graduation for many students is not far down the road. In a few short months boys and girls will be saying goodby to the forty acres for the last time. They will go into the work they have prepared for in school. For some it will bo a cinch to step into the "great be- yond" but for others it will come hard. Some have de- cided exactly what they want to do but others are still pondering as to which direction to turn. To those graduating a definite decision as to their future plans should be made now or at least between now and "Qr day. Seniors should start making preparations for the jobs they are to fill. Time is a funny thing. It goes slowly while waiting but it slips mighty fast. Eight now prospective graduates have time on their hands but they can't hold it always. Just a little planning now might make the future bright and secure. So take a little time and straighten your thoughts . . . "What are you going to do? ' ftalU ajj the QtUale ... "Great today ...

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

u Saturday. March 10 lisf THE H-SU BRAND Pag 3 P u ? y oj0BBSKV&;4cwfeiMBiBBv&. ysRpBhe-BksBb v C" ' iBsKSEBHHBHr jbHh -lTXl?SS;SiiSfaMS&Tl VETERAN SHORTSTOP Jimmy Riddle tags an opposing player out at second base. Besides Riddle six other leliermen from the 1950 nine thai finished in the runnerup spo't behind the Border Conference champion Arizona Wildcats will play against the Southern Methodist Mustangs in Dallas Thursday and Friday. M orales Will Bid For Gloves Title f Hardin - Simmons' bantam- weight champion Freddy Morales left Fort Worth enroute to Chi- cago Thursday where Friday night he will bid for the nation- al crown. He and two other Tex- ) ans will carry the Lone Star State banner into the final round of the big Golden Gloves show. The Texas delegation is com- posed of Morales Pat Riley fly- weight of North Texas State and Eugene Cooper middleweight of Sheppard Air Force Base. Woodie Taylor Texas Golden Gloves tournament director is accompa- nying the trio....

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

THE H-U BRAND Saturday March 10 1951 i Fag 4 " ' S PORTS ROUND-UP By LLOYD WRIGHT The intramural basketball race is about to end but before it does we'd like to do a little back pat- ting. Intramural director J. B. Gibbs is to be commended for the fine way the program has been carried out and the interest he has created among the par- ticipants. Its a problem to draw up a schedule of games for as many intramural teams as have been playing this season but next week will mark the close of the race and so far there's been no bobble. SrV ' ' lflBwBw?i&illPfl JBk-v x --!BBK?Niil 9BBHBimh ' 'tilMMHSBB .BBx BBBBBEe&BBBBBHf .iBBBRssi! BBBBBBflB BBP ApHnKKW J. B. GIBBS A championship tilt will be staged to decide the Intramural i victors and that should be a mighty fine ball game. We hear the Five Aces are the big guns in the final round and are going to be the team to beat for the crown. While we're handing out po- sies we want to thank Larry Fitzgerald Brand sports scribe for the f...

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

Saturday March 10 1951 THEH-SU BRAND Faa S During Focus Week B&S Sk5Bi? . sHHBBMHBBt V.B xBBBBBBBl PsMlii'WHBBBVi 'V"BBBBBBBl BBKlS W & ;1 ! vV&Ibbbb -'1 PPPPPPPPPPSPPPPJPptXPM HH PPPPPPPPPPPPPpHMpjnBPPJPJ W CJBLJt dff aH A LITTLE DUTCH BOY AND GIRL namely Richard O'Brien and Andy Anderson sing at the Focus week party Monday night in Rose field house. Theme for the affair was "Lofs Go Dutch." Charlotte Davis was chairman in charge of tho party which hon- ored team members for tho annual Religious Focus week. (Picture by John Jay Horn). ' Local National Guqrd Vacancies Now Exist H-SU students interested in joining the 131st Field Artillery of the 36th Division of the Texas National Guard may receive in- formation beginning Saturday morning when Warrant Officer JG A. C. Boone Jr. will be on the campus. Boone will be in the student center from 10 a. m. to 12 noon. Also Monday through Thursday at the same time. Three 'officers and more than 40 students of Hardin-Simmons belo...

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

THE H-StJ BRAND Saturday March 10 1951 m Ex-Cowboy Musicians Are In Service Bands Members of the Cowboy band who were called into the service at the beginning of the year are now scattered far and wide but most of them arestill in army bands. Dub and Kyle Crain of Abilene are about as far apart as broth- ers can be. Dub who played bass horn in the Cowboy band is now in the navy stationed on the U. S. S. Boxer an aircraft carrier somewhere in the Pa- cific. Kyle former H-SU oboe player is an air force private sta- tioned at Reese. Both boys are in bands. Robert Alvis of Abilene is sta- tioned with Kyle Crain at Reese Air Force base. He was a former flute player with the Cowboy J band. Edmund Ike Denton french horn player with the band last year is now at the San Diego Naval base in the personnel sec-) tion. Physics Problem Deals With Eggs By BETTIE TODD v Did you know that an unboiled egg rolls faster down an incline than a boiled egg? This demonstration is used in the physics depart...

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

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

m i D f 9 THE H-SU BRAND Saturday Marck If 1H1 at OidoftUe 2tt$e Baf Cpl. Eugene Earl demons for- mer H-SU student is now a member of the 97th Bombard- ment Wing medium at Biggs Air Force base near El Paso. .Before entering the service Clemons was inspector for Unit- ed States Time corporation. Private Robert H. Alvis and Private Kyle Crain former H-SU students were back on the cam- pus this week. Both men are as- signed to the 514th Air Force band at Reese Air Force base Lubbock. Alvis holds a B. A. degree and Crain has a B. M. degree. Both graduated in 1950. Alvis was a member of the Cowboy band Pi Kappa Delta and Pi Gamma Mu. Crain was a member of the Cow- boy band. o Hunter Blue and Silver Dinner To Be March 16 The third annual Hunter hall Blue and Silver dinner is sched- uled to take place in the Windsor hotel's newly redecorated ball- room March 16. Charlotte Davis president of Hunter hall has announced the following committees for the dinner: Beverly Geisendorff program; Lois...

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

2Aane Jhz Vol. XXXV H-SU ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY MARCH 17 1951 NO. 23 Parker WinsSC Election James Parker senior business administration major from Sweet- water was elected Student Coun- cil treasurer in a run-off election held in chapel Tuesday it was announced by Jack Yates coun- cil president. Parker was running against Jack Tidwell Abilene govern- ment major. The students had compiled the greatest number of votes in a primary election in- volving six candidates. Vice president of the Ferguson hall council Parker holds mem- bership in the Rodeo association the Rangers and the Business Ad- ministration Club. He was vice president of the Sweetwater club in 1948-49. Parker will fill the vacancy created by Robert Tapscott for- mer treasurer who graduated at the end of the fall term. Other students nominated for the of- fice were Jim Tolles Clifton Lawhorne David Hunter and Nolan Tiger. Calendar of Events March 17 Rodeo club pic- nic 2 p. m. March 19 Players club spring production "Lil...

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

Saturday March 17 11S1 Pae 2 THE H-SU BRAND h ' t. 5! I' l t I vV EDITORIALS ; "? - Jlilviatof JUaateid T)f von ovor nnnn a hook with all eood intentions of ab sorbing the contents thereof only to discover that some previous user has literally carried the information away with him? There is nothing more displeasing to a reader than to find that a page has been torn from his book or so mutil-. ated that it is unreadable. And that is just what has hap- pened to tooo grfcat a number of H-SU library books. Students find in the campus library a vast accumulation of information at their disposal. It is theirs for the asking and students have freedom to choose and use any book from the open stacks. In grade school pupils were punished or fined for mis- treating the public text books. Library books are no more the personal property of the user than were those histories and spellers. College students are generally expected to have some respect for the property of others. Yet pages are missin...

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

' -:re ' "T'T Saturday March 17 1851 THE H-SU BRAND Page 3 Morales Back In Chicago To Join Western Glovers " sr f t V SPORTS ROUND-UP By LLOYD WRIGHT Brand Sports Editor This is the time of year when the sports world seems to be in a state of wild confusion. Sports- writers are still hanging on to basketball . . . compiling final statistics and covering national tournaments . . . and at the same time trying to get into the busi- ness of track baseball tennis Softball ping pong and marbles. And in a final stab at basket- ball we just want to comment on the all-Border conference team selections released this week. H- SU placed two men on the hon- orable mention part of the list . . . Larry Wartes and Pete Gol- son. But it was Arizona the BC champs who walked off with the biggest hunk of the make- believe team. They placed three men on the first team and one on the second team. The great big Wildcats were toppled from the National Invi- tational Basketball tournament in New York last T...

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

Saturday March 17 1951 Page 4 THE H-SU BRAND Poke Racqueteers To Meet Colorado Hardin-Simmons' tennis team will meet the University of Colo- rado netters next Tuesday. Coach Otho Polk will send his team of Carl Nunn John Bow- den Bill Cope and Cotton Fowler against the four men from the western school. During the past few weeks Bowden and Nunn have been battling at about even odds in practice matches. Nunn the freshman performer from Sweet- water may step into the number one position on the varsity squad. Bowden is by far the most sea- soned player on the squad and plays a steady brand of tennis that often wears out opponents. Freshmen racquet wielders Dee Windsor Thomas Hayden and Gene Bagley are working out regularly. They have played sev- eral practice matches with Abi- lene High school. The next match for the Poke netters will be with TCU March 31. The TCU team is headed by one of the top college performers in the state Dick Osburn. Morales Adams Named 1951 Christian Athletes Bo...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 17 March 1951

) THE H-SU BRAND Saturday March 17 1951 Page 5 NATIONAL MUSIC EDUCATORS ASSOCIATION perform anco by the H-SU A Cappella choir in Oklahoma City is pictured above. The performance was the outstanding appearance of the group during a week's tour of three states Texas Oklahoma and Kansas. "I Am Music" a composition by Macon Sumerlin was pr esented by the choir for the first lime before the association meet- ing. Other appearances were made by the choir at Duncan Okla.; Wichita Kansas; Enid Okla.; Borger Pampa Lubbock and Amarillo. The choir members were due back on the campus Friday at noon. Recent Tour Wins Choir High Praise By RAY BAKER The H-SU A Cappella choir introduced by Dr. F. B. Thorn of "Wichita Kansas as the greatest college choir in the nation re- turned Thursday night from the most successful tour in the mem- ory of its director Euell Porter. Praise was received from high musical authorities and large au- diences in both high schools and churches in Kansas Oklahoma and Texa...

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

Page 6 THE H-SU BRAND Saturday March 17 1951 FOUR REACH FINALS IN DEBATE MEETING Members of the H-SU O&D Council compiled a good record at the invitational debate tourna- ment at Northwestern State Col- lege in Natchitoches La. last week end. Four reached finals in individual events. Those attending were Jack Yates Warren Goff Bill Hill Jack Tidwell and Pat Hicks. They were accompanied by John Caylor Jr. forensic instructor. Hill and Tidwell won three out of four debates at the tourna- ment giving them a season rec- ord of nine wins and three losses. The three-man team of Hicks Yates and Goff won two and lost two. Yates went to the finals in ex- temporaneous speaking and Tid- well reached the finals in poetry reading. Both Hill and Goff reached the finals in radio an- nouncing. Goff was also a finalist in extemporaneous speaking. o Not Enough BA Grads For Jobs Says Rich Companies submit ten times as many applications for the em- ployment of business administra- tion graduates th...

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

Saturday March 17 1951 THE H-SU BRAND Page 7 IN OKLAHOMA Debaters To Attend National Tournament Three members of the H-SU O&D Council will participate in the national Pi Kappa Delta de- bate tournament to be held at Stillwater Oklahoma March 26- 29 according to John Caylor Jr. forensic director. They are Bill Hill Jack Yates and Jack Tidwell. The debaters will form a three-man team to compete with other teams from all over the nation. The tourna- ment will consist of eight rounds of debate. All events in the tournament will be rated and each team will receive points. There will be no final rounds Caylor said. The National Pi Kappa Delta tourna- ment is held every two years. Individual events to be entered by the debaters are oratory Hill; public discussion Yates; and ex- temporaneous speaking Tidwell. There will be four rounds of in- dividual events. Two H-SU teams will also be represented in the Savage For- e n s i c tournament at Durant Okla. March 23 and 24. This is the oldes...

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

Page 8 THE H-SU BRAND Saturday March 17 1951 Five Girls Instructor Demonstrate Routines The front back and side falls the folk routines Polly Wolly Doodle and Pop Goes the Weasel and the French minuet were demonstrated by six Hardin- Simmons P. E. department rep- resentatives at the Oil Belt Teachers Meet March 10 in Wichita Falls. The group headed by Mrs. Ethel Trice head of women's physical education gave an ex- hibition of rhythmic movements as utilized in the falls the folk games and the classic French minuet. Mrs. Trice also showed the various uses of rhythm in' foreign dances. Bobbie Whit- worth Ann Hall Mary Jo Skip- per Martha Smith and Kathy Martin were the students per- forming at the meet. Otho Polk director of the H- SU physical education depart- ment was in charge of the P. E. division of the teachers meet which covered every phase of teaching. Kenneth Hill of the ex- student office attended the meet. Pat McMinn H-SU graduate of 1950 was at the meet. She is now teaching...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 31 March 1951

Vol. XXXV H-SU ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY MAR( Goodson To Vie For Title Approxivately 12 members of the Hardin-Simmons chapter of Future Teachers of America are in Lubbock this week end at- tending the state FTA conven- tion which js being held on the Texas Tech campus Friday and Saturday. Those voting delegates making the trip are Emma Jo Goodson Clinton Hart Martha Gibson Joyce Horn Martha Smith and Elnita Faubion. Highlighting the two-day ac- tivities will be the selection of Miss Future Teacher of Texas from both the college and high school groups. Miss Goodson lo- cal chapter sweetheart will vie for the title representing H-SU. The college winner will be chosen from sweethearts repre- senting the approximately 26 col- leges that are expected to attend. Judges will select the outstand- ing Miss on the basis of her poise personality and sincerity in de- livering a three-minute speech on "Why I Plan to Teach." The title winners will be presented at the general banquet in Drane hall Sa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 31 March 1951

Saturday March 31 11S1 "i1 i 'i rcTi'.r'nrr.i' H-ftumjuurft 1 i 1 1 i) 1 1 "i i r ' v :. nil aaaaK3Vs Jfcwi r. mmts'i- ir - :? WHqA: wou4 vjou ta ' jov could pkvvi the piano like he ; honey ? X'd tik lwons.'H & ft LSB To Lead Two Fort Worth Services Two groups will go on a Life Service band trip to Fort Worth this weekend to be in the South Fort Worth and Birch Hill Bap- tist churches. The group going to South Fort Worth will be Gerald Doyle preacher; Darrell Jones song leader; Sue North pianist; Vir- ginia Nichols organist; Carl Smith testimony; and Betty Mar- tin special music. Doug Kendall will preach at Birch Hill and Jerry Brumbelow will lead the singing. Others will be Elnora Dahl pianist; Guy Greenfield and Wanda Burdick testimonies; and special music Doretta Wilson. The groups will reverse for the evening services and present services at the other church. Coy Finley will drive the bus. Radio Club To Hold State Park Picnic The Radio Club will hold a pic- nic at State Park...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 31 March 1951

Saturday March 31 1SS1 THE H-StJ BHAKD ! 3 17 Varsity 15 Freshman Football Lettermen Report SPRING TRAINING BEGINS TUESDAY flMBBB"TT 1 vBniLMk Tf 1" 7 HT 'iH SPORTS ROUND-UP By LLOYD WRIGHT Brand Sports Editor The supreme climax in this writer's opinion came to Tom Adams and Freddy Morales for their boxing accomplishments last Tuesday evening when they were presented the Christian Athletes award. It's quite an hon- or to win a state title and then gp on to the national finals making such a creditable show- ing as the two boys did. But to be so recognised with the annual award to the amateur boxer who exerts the most Christian influ- ence is to be coveted far more than the glory of a title. Few people realize the signifi- cance of the awards or know the famed and enviable few who have received the honor. To a most deserving pair we say: "Congratulations." The Philadelphia Eagles now have in their possession one of the best passing quarterbacks in the country. That opinion is no doubt...

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