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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 31 March 1951

Pat 4 THE H-SU BRAND Saturday March" 31 1951 KEfHIEniaBnlaEHHIBlHPH JHBfifiSHHF'kfliHKBMKMEHHHHBAHK COWBOY BASEBALL SQUAD Pictured above are members of Coach Joe Grba's 1951 learn. The slow-siarxing Pokes dropped their opening games lo Southern Methodist University 8-6 and 8-1. They will battle St. Mary's of San Antonio next Saturday in the first home tilt of the season. COWBOY By CURTIS JEMMY RIDDLE Co-captain for the Cowboy baseball team is Jimmy Riddle a junior from Wichita Falls. Jim- my is starting his second season at shortstop for the Cowpokes ."having earned one letter in that position last year. Riddle nineteen years old and .a physical education major end- ed last year's season with a .300 batting average. Besides being handy with a bat his fielding is tsharp and quick. When he has some leisure time on his hands he goes hunting otherwise he is home with his wife Ira June. Jimmy is 5' 11" and weighs 170 pounds and may be seen strolling over the -campus with three or lour do...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 31 March 1951

Saturday March 31 1951 THE H-SU BRAND Pa S BILLY GRAHAM WESTERN ' ' 1 ' I.I I J THIS IS HOW IT'S DONE IN HOLLYWOODMako-up man R. A. Day ono of tho crew for ""'Fort Worth" demonstrates mako-up technique to members of Dr. W. O. Boazley's religious drama class. Tho subject is Mrs. Lloyd Huff speech instructor. Day did the make-up for the Cecil B. De- Mille screen production of "Samson and Delilah." WHBMlHHffllBSr i MfflfMlnH 'BSmSSImaUBmmmmm SPINNING YARNS during a break in picture shooting Tues- day were (left to right) Jim Boyer Bill Guest Red Harper and Harold Wicker. Harper is starred in the Billy Graham movie which filmed scenes on tho H-SU campus this week. 200 Girls On Campus For YWA Houseparty Mrs. J. B. Adair Miss Letha Saunders Miss Ruth Thornton and Mrs. O. B. Woodrum are among the personalities who will take part in the program of Dis- trict 17 Young Women's Auxil- iary houseporty being held Fri- day and Saturday on Hardin- Simmons campus. About 200 girls from area churches...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 31 March 1951

Saturday Marak.31 ?M1 i .tUi -. t' ' Are You Tired and Run Down? iH i4re You Sleepy in the Morning? Ti ""i .THli'HiiUlljiAJlb Do You Have Trouble With Your Gallstones? IF SO... - BUY THE kji 1 Monday is the Time Save Your Dime T v'? . v' - V " sbbbi ssl " bbbbV bbbbbbl bbh bbbby bbbV bbbbbV bbbV H H H B H bbbbbhbbV BBH H BBBBBJ H LBBH BBBBfl BBBBBj fcH H BBBBBv BBBv BBBBBfl BBBL BBBBBBL BBBBk BBBBBB BBBBH BBBfl 4 bbbbbbbbb bsbbbbbbbbh IbbhHbbVbV IIHIb HHB VHHIHHHHHIHHHV April FOOL Edition (a take-off on faculty and students) Gives such intimate facts of faculty lives and student activities that readers will wonder at the source of information. Tells who hates who who rates who does not rate and who is doing what on the forty acres. It is a scandal sheet deluxe and not a word was written until carefully examined. Are the girls in Hunter sane? What about Mrs. Lacy (and others) ? Will chapel he ruled out? Who chewed out Richardson? Are the bandsmen really angels? What is the fate of H-...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 31 March 1951

i . 'J V 9 jfrtt Ji mi THE H-IU BRAND HottndUtf Idp "HtBhayL B ELLEN DOYLE Here am I sad and blue won- dering just what to do . . . spring has sprung and I'm on the last wrung . . . won't someone please kick me up the ladder? If you're feeling that way these days what you need is a good laugh but don't read any further -for it because it's tucked in the 1951 Singe. Pardon the self-advertisement but rumor has it that the modern "cut-throat" ver- sion of nonsense will be out Mon- day so be sure to get a' copy. But names are of importance so we ooze into another week of tidbits on the forty acres . . . Jerry Crawford that's a Tech lad and Joan's brother has come through with a diamond. No not for Joan but for Martha Jean Harvey. And if you see her reaching for a pencil pen piece of paper or handkerchief with her left hand third finger protruding think nothing of it; every young girl goes through this stage that is every young girl who gets a diamond! Sid McHaney was back on the campus ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 31 March 1951

v THE H-SU BRAND Saturday March 31 1851 Watts Attends Meeting Of Southern Educators n Dr. O. O. Watts head of the chemistry department represent- ed Hardin-Simmons at a called meeting of the board of control for Southern regional education in Memphis Tennessee March 24. The group which is a perma- nent organization having semi- official standing in educational circles in the South was called into emergency session to con- sider the problems and duties of colleges and universities in the growing defense program. Governmental officials of the army navy air force arid state departments atomic energy com- mission members as well as representatives of most of the schools in the Southern Associa- tion of Schools and Colleges con- "- VimBm? bbbbWk-coJbbbbbbbbbh MmBmm "' . iJbbHI HRrH "-'JbbbbIIVo PBBBBHSftBt ; JBNHIff9ii DR. OTTO O. WATTS fered during the day-long ses- sion. Programs were suggested by the government representatives to ease the manpower drain of the draft on universities. A...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 31 March 1951

8turdayi March 3l 1951 THE H-SU BRAND Pae f 1 E1 ' - i. vte$&$?8l&Mlt as&g&a t. !' T y. . . .'Trf VCT Z$f&JMw&iMz OUR MODELS ARE THE BEST and our clothes stand the test. Why we have clothes 'for every occasion as any jerk can plainly see. Mmes. Step-ins Arn'f Pond R'oung Beast- ly Still and Floorton are all dressed up in their april FOOL finery. Ain't they purty. :Trade with us and you can look the same. LINTZ DEPT. STORE Addicts Wanted . : v. . : ; !' ! "v j ;! ! -if.-.'. ' "ffc . ' -. 'i ' 1 1 i : i '! i j n ii 0 Water With Glass With Straw Ice Added : Clean Water .. "SiSVlNSN1 5c 10c . 15c . 20c .. 25c CAN'T YOU LEAVE IT ALONE? DOES IT HAVE YOU TO A POINT WHERE ' . ' YOU CAN'T SLEEP AT NIGHT? ! DO YOU SPEND ALL YOUR MONEY ON IT? i I ARE THE NEIGHBORS BEGINNING TO TALK? :WELL? IF YOU ARE A SHUTTERBUG ADDICT COME : ON DOWN AND LET US TALK TO YOU. YOU NAME IT AND WE GOT IT. B . v :? ; la N K R U P T fa N 0 T I C E : Due to a shortage of stiffs we are forced t...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 31 March 1951

Mi "if i vr "'? "tY j' m ' . v- 3 I I .K T fttetfll THE H-SU BRAND Saturday March 31 1H1 First Time At POPULAR PRICES The Winner of FIVE ACADAMY AWARDS ff HAMLET j MAJESTIC THEATRE TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY Continuous Performances Though this is April fool this ain't no Joke. The Tip Top al- ways serves the best of cvery- thing . . . Quality Food at Low- est Prices ... At any rate you won't get Fooled when you cat at the TIP TOP . . . Much. r.i "N 4 'I J ATTEND THE KIWANIS PANCAKE- SUPPER FOR BENEFIT -OF THE UNDERPRIVD1EGED CHILDREN. PHONE 5410 Modern Cleaners i C ji Boyd & Sons Tire Co. SEIBERLING TIRES - '. -" . - America's Finest Tire NORTH 1ST & HICKORY STS. ttK - -" ABILENE TEXAS DOES YOUR WATCH HAVE BED BUGS BETWEEN THE TICKS? DOES IT HAVE DANDRUFF ON THE HAIRSPRING? IF SO COME TO THE TICK TOCK FOR A SURE CURE TREATMENT . . . BE THE TEACHERS PET BE ON TIME Tick Tock Time Shop SMUGGLED DIAMONDS FOR SALE REX A SMITH? Recently returned from a smug- gling tour of Europe? wil...

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

4F APRIL FOOL 10c VOL. 0 HARDLY-SIMMERED UNIV. APE. 1 19and51 The Jig Is Up For Campus Big Wheels A BITTER PILL IS IN THE JUG Little Jcnneth Pill was arrest- ed last night on a charge of se- dicious libel in connection with his activities in the representa- tive office of the university. Pill is reported to have said in his newssheet 'The Mange Rider' that the university is and we quote "a gyp joint and I wouldn't go within ten miles of the place." Proxy Rikardson who swore out the warrant for Kenneth's arrest said that he could not understand Pill's attitude. "He knows this is not a 'gyp joint' and we wouldn't let him near the place now. Pill has also been howling about the low pay of his position as representative of the school but we told him that every one else on the staff got 20 cents an hour and he couldn't expect any more until he had been with us at least twenty years." Copies of the paper have also been found which call the dorms "broken down barns" the staff and faculty "...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 1 April 1951

P9 2 THE SINGE April Once 1S51 r if i Bearded Lady To Display Talents Mrs. Mabel 4 Henrietta Beard used to be assistant to the regis- trar at Hardened-Sinners place of learning decided day before yesterday to lev. She will be con- nected with the Bull-Durham and Cross Plains circus. "For years" she finally told reporters "people have wanted me to give up my job at dear ole 'Sinners to display my many tal- ents." She will be shown nightly as "The World Famous Bearded Lady." Fer nigh on to 50 years Mabel H. has served the 3 acres. She was register for some 30 years and only year before last let Mr. "Always Bright" Lee present register take the job. Mr. Everton Wiley Lendbetter who handles all money taken from students said she could lev on one accord that being that she give at least two perform- ances to the stupid body in Beh- rends Chapele building. Those programs will be held at 12:36 p. m. and 11:25 o'clock three weeks from day before yesterday. o Sumorie Needed To Re- Place Dear...

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

f April Once 1951 THE SINGE Page 3 '. Many Other Send Boys To Mee The third annual MardinTim- jnons esposition and tack meet will git under way tomorrow at Barramore studiam on the 3 acres. Teams from rival skools will be presented. Kids from Taxes Tak our big- gest rival: A.D.D. across town; McSorry; B.V.D.; and Skunk Hol- ler will participat in the met which will begin promptly at 3:04 p. m. at the stadium. Our team is favoured to win the met. There is just one thing wrong however that being that our fastest sprintler Otto Olive Wattsie no. one man on the mile relay team brok his leg and won't be able to run. Deepest Versatile Spots Director Turns Tables On Them R. B. Fibbs intramural spots director made three touchdowns ior the Tustlers last week and unanimously won the worse player award to the top basket- ball player of the year. Fibbs who stands 4' 2V2" and wights 99 & lbs. was offered a contract by the Tronto Maple lieafs professional hockey team to play ping pong. But Fi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 1 April 1951

v1 Page 4 THE SINGE April Oncef 1951 ri ' 1 hi4 v 'No Dogs Allowed' Dimons Jabbers Speaking before an overflow assembly at her extension class at the Abberlene Auction Ring last Monday morning Mrs. Bary Gee Dimons of the Iinglest de- portment stressed theMmportance good speech plays upon losing friends and repulsing enemies. Her audience seemed moved to spasms of illness as she droned on her ceaseless jabbering. Ques- tioning stares followed her every illogical statement as the listen- ers inattentatively groped for some shread of common sense from her imbicillic numbling. Our "SINGE reporter covering the address was reached later at the Colony: padded budoir 15. Seemingly the only quoitable phase of her speech was this lyric: "They'll find a feather be- side my bed When the SINGE is printed this year. 'Cause when the WILD GOOSE cries my name I ain't gonna hang around here!" Considerable more of her hys- terical screeching was noted and is as follows. As yet this jibber- ish has not...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 7 April 1951

mIK Jkz & Act ltd VoL XXXV H-SU ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY APRIL 7 1951 NO. 25 15 JOURNALISTS ATTENDING MEET Fifteen representatives of Har-dm-Simmons university are at the University of Oklahoma this week end to attend the South- western Journalism Congress. Key speakers on the two day program are Hal Boyle famous Associated Press war correspond- ent who has just returned to the United States from the Korean battlefront and Frank L. Dennis assistant managing editor of the Washington Post. The Congress is an annual af- fair and schools from Texas Oklahoma and Louisiana make up the membership. Bob Moates H-SU senior is vice president of the Congress. Other speakers to appear on the program include Mary Hor- naday of the Christian Science Monitor's United Nations staff and Walter Campbell who writes under the pen name of Stanley Vestal. The Congress will include jour- nalism exhibits panel discus- sions and communication prob- lems in addition to talks by lead- ing journalists. Delega...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 7 April 1951

Saturday April 7 1951 Page 2 THE H-SU BRAND EDITORIALS.... Get a good footing and climb with mo to the top of Behrens chapel for a freshman's eye view of the campus. Though wo have been freshmen a long time nowit seems wc can still view H-SU as a newcomer might see it. Of course in H-SU the freshmen have no trouble in getting into the swing of things and I comment the upper- classmen on their friendly spirit of equality with only a ' few "superiors" to be encountered. For those of us who live off the campus I would say that Hardin-Simmons activities for the students are sorely lack- ing in publicity. For those who live in the dorm the grape- vine method is sufficient iut "town kids" have to hunt to find the date of the next basketball game or get-together. School organizations neeck more effective publicity com- mittees and perhaps the faculty could cooperate by stress- ing more "unimportant" events in chapel to remind stu- dents of them. Of course suggestions from the editorial wri...

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

'?ntrf?w!q-" mrjj- Saturday April 7 1951 THE H-SU BRAND Page 3 L San Antonians To Be Pokes' First Home Foe "iT"' $ In It! tBPBBPt h SBfck. vBIVNar b - SPORTS ROUND-UP By LLOYD WRIGHT Brand Sports Editor This is to be a big week-end for Hardin-Simmons sports teams with all but the tennis crew go- ing into action. Joe Grba's baseball boys raise the curtain on the home season meeting St. Mary's of San An- tonio. This will be the third game of the season for the Pokes . . . they dropped their first two tilts to SMU. We haven't been able to find out anything about the San An- tonio club but reports are that they have a strong group of base- ballers. Starting on the mound for the Cowboys will either be Monty Givens the lanky freshman hurl- er or Johnny Graham the left i handed pitcher. Both boys have looked good in practice but neith- er have the experience that makes for steady ball hurling. The Cowboy nine as a whole is lacking in experience but the Grbamen have depth in infield- ing th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 7 April 1951

THE H-SU BRAND Saturday. April 7. lfSl Fat 4 ' - W Cowboys Will Vie In Three Sports Hardin-Simmons CQwboys will be represented in three fields of sports Saturday with tracksters baseballers and golfers in action. Coach Bill Scott will send a delegation of track men- to the Texas Relays Joe Grba's base- ball team will play their first home game of the season with St Mary's of San Antonio as their guests; and E. W. Ledbet- ter's golf team will be seeking its fourth straight win against Trin- ity on the Abilene Country Club Golf Course. It will be the third game of the season for the Cowboy base- ball team.. They dropped their opening tilts to SMU. The golfers will be seeking re- venge against Trinity. Tiey were defeated 5&-by Trinity in San Antonio. Other home games for the golf- ers who have posted three straight wins over Austin Texas Wesleyan and Texas Western are: North Texas April 14; Texas Wesleyan April 19; New Mexico April 20; and Texas Tech. April 26. Five top players for...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 7 April 1951

Saturday April 7 1151 THE H-ST7 BRAND Pa S Watson To Head BSU Next Year aaaaaaaaavaaVaaaaaaaaaaaaaBSRaaaSf PHhHHBHIHB' 3& attniMiHHs aaaaaaaKBPIlHaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaB mi BBHwHVBt-' aaKwKwaaBPl r&iwo . - -A- ". .--- . '.'.v 'vv ' v i t t.v aa "' - iBiP i- v " ' i.. ' ' - -. rrJt ... BSU OFFICERS FOR 1951-52 woro olocled in chapol Wednesday. Those who will serve on the executive council are (left to right); Lewis Stephens citizonship chairman; Ronald Chandler town enlistment chairman; Bill Cook boys' enlistment chairman; Ebbie Smith unit organization chair- man; Beverly Goisendorff noon watch devotional chairman; Lewis Adkinson stewardship chairman; Clinton Watson president; Frances Knight morning watch devotional chairman; Gail Nelms social chairman; Buff Miller girls' enlistment chairman; Emma Jo Goodson hospitality chairman; Dorothy Holt publicity chairman; Shirley Price secretary; and Sally Gima magazine representative. H-SU Representatives Attend FTA Convention " Seven m...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 7 April 1951

9 f THE H-SU BRAND Saturday April 7 1951 Preparations For Annual H-SU Rodeo Underway Preparations are now being made for the annual Hardin-Sim-mons university Rodeo and Fron- tier Fracus Week it was an- nounced today by Harold Wicker president pf the campus Rodeo association. The rodeo is scheduled for April 26-28. Seventeen colleges have accepted invitations to en- ter the various events he said. Eight events six for boys and two for girls have been set. Frontier Fracus week will be held April 21-28 in connection with the rodeo. All students must wear western clothes during the week or be locked up in the cam- pus jail Wicker stated. A west- ern party will be given in Rose field house Tuesday evening of the week. Leather saddles made by Led- I ay oi irort worm win dq given to the top boy and girl perform- ers in the rodeo. The girl win- ning first place will also receive a set of luggage. The second place girl will win a hat and the third place will get a pair of spurs. Stock for t...

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

- T9?'' Saturday April 7 1951 THE H-SU BRAND Page 7 " Tidwell Hill Win Honors At Durant Bill Hill and Jack Tidwell members of the H-SU debate debate team won four out of five debates in the recent Savage Forensic tournament at Durant Oklahoma it was announced to- day by John.Caylor Jr. director of forensic activities. A three man team consisting of Tidwell Hill and Jack Yates won four out of eight debates in the national Pi Kappa Delta de- bate tournament in Stillwater Okla. immediately following the Durant tournament he said. All three men reached the fi- nals in special events at the Still- water tournament. Yates reached the Bible reading finals Tidwell reached the poetry reading finals and Hill reached the radio speak- ing finals. Yates and Pat Hicks another team from H SU won two ' of five debates at the Durant tour- nament. It is the oldest tourna- ment in the Southwest. Tidwell and Hill have a season record of 13 wins and four losses as a debate team. This is one of the highe...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 7 April 1951

Hmum Hum.vm THE H-SU BRAND Saturday April 7 1951 Pff S Ex-Student Pastors Church In Tennessee Rev. Douglas Cravens Hardin- Simmons graduate has been ap- pointed pastor of Thomas Baptist Chapel in Harrison Tennessee. -Rev. Cravens after his gradua- tion from H-SU received his Th. B. degree from Northwest- ern Evangelical Seminary in Min- neapolis Minn. and his B. D. degree from Southwestern Theo- logical Seminary in Fort Worth. He formerly was pastor of churches in Roby and Bryan.. His wife the former Mary Elizabeth Webb is also' an ex- student of H-SU. Lord I Believe" Is Watch Theme Theme for noon watch next week will be "Lord I Believe." Stories from the Bible will be presented each day of the week. Monday "the bush burned" will be presented; Tuesday "the 5000 were fed"; Wednesday "The bread rained from heaven"; Thursday "the woman became a pillar of salt"; Friday "the walls of Jericho fell"; and Saturday "all the Bible is true." Campus personalities will bring the short devotional...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 14 April 1951

X"l Sophomore 7hz Edition SAand Vol. XXXV H-SU ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY APRIL 14 1951 NO. 26 l B.Mlmk&Mz J4j! - - ram - -w CHRISTIE KING KING-KONG Recital Set Sunday For Voice Students Harry Kong Jr. tenor and Christie King soprano will be presented in a joint recital Sun- day at 4 p. m. in Behrens chapel. Miss King is a student of Nena Williams and Kong is a student of Delbert Bowles. Miss King a junior music ma- jor from Abilene will sing "Porgi Amor" by Mozart "Mandoline" by Debussy "'Ober Nacht" by Wolf "Serenade" by Strauss "Recitature" and '"Aria" from St. Matthew Passion by Bach and "Ah lo so" by Mozart. For numbers in the lighter vein she will include "The Lass With the Delicate Air" by Arne "I Heard a Piper Piping" by Bax and "Love Went A-Riding" by Bridges. Kong will sing "Selve voi che le speranze" by S. Rosa and "Pur dicesti O bocca bella" by A. Lotti in Italian. He will conclude the first group with two German selections "Verborgenheit" (Se- crecy) by H. Wolf and "Fus...

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