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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 14 April 1951

" ". 'I 5A THE H-SU BRAND Ffl. 2 ij . tt " . I - rl v r r ; . h i X' : ' S I editorials:... .. It's grass time on the forty acres but the grass is having a hard time coming up. ' In spots the grass is doing protty well too but only in spotg. Too many footprints are scattered about most of the land on the forty acres and path's seem to cut right across . the places that a little grass would do the most good. At one time just before the dedication of Hunter hall when all lawns were fenced off the campus was green with grass. But after the dedication the fences came down and the green was trampled under. The grass has been under ever since. If it takes fences to make students walk on the sidewalks nnd liiivfi bnmitifnl cammis. then fences should be put up again. The buildings are strategically placed on the nnmmiH. . wir.n uthhs. liiu uuuiuuo uuuiu uo vu-y A . . -- u 1 beautiiul in Texas. 7Ae Jfi and Jfella 9t Talk about the big universities and the state schools ail you want to. I'll ...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 14 April 1951

.U .rfcrr ft . lr V" ("'""'""" -f- --r "''' u l-Ufii-- OJLJflyjM.-.i.'' ;"" Bj .I'll Saturday April 14 1951 THE H-SU BRAND Page 3 Cowboy Golf ers To Meet North Texas .H. . l.n J WtPTT B xlBkMtfli&Zik. N-TESk" SPORTS ROUND-UP By LLOYD WRIGHT Brand Sporis Editor It was mighty windy out at Blue Sox stadium last Tuesday afternoon but an unseasoned col- lege' baseball crew played a real ball game against the profession- al Abilene Blue Sox. The Pokes lost the game by a score of 8-1 but it was not until the top of the seventh that the Sox man- aged to pull very far in front of the determined Cowboy nine. In spite of the wind sand and stiff competition it was interest- ing to watch the contest. Two times that afternoon a double play was unreeled by the Cow- boys that put the Sox to shame. The Ronnie Sizemore to Buddy Matthews combination accounted for four outs and was executed in a smooth professional like manner. Sizemore the Corpus Christi lad who is now engaged in his third major s...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 14 April 1951

4-U. Tr - - -- f r THE H-IU BHAHD SahwUfv April 14 11H Mf 1. -- & U1S k K ' Cowboy Swatters To Play First Home Game Monday Diamond Tilt Set With Southwestern COWBOY ATMLETEl By CURTIS SMITH Kr TtK? 'Hmf B DRENNAN DAVES Catching behind home plate for the Cowboys is Drennan Daves transfer from Arlington State. Daves is a freshman and is ma- joring in P. E. with the plans of coaching but he may try to play pro baseball. Drennan's hometown is Min- eral Wells. This 19 year old lad played football baseball basket- ball and ran track for Mineral Wells high earning letters in- all four sports. He received all dis- trict honor in football and base- ball. He enjoys playing baseball even in his spare moments with hunting as his second favorite. HF 3vV-YN k vt f f s JOHNNY GRAHAM Johnny Graham youthful left- handed Hurler for the Cpwboys is a home town lad who did his high school flinging for Wylie high school. He was a 'member of that squad for two years. Graham has seen limited serv- ice ...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 14 April 1951

.1fc . -. V - ; ttk Saturday April 14 1S51 THE H-SU BRAND P S . JB T- ! KiUl.rt'l 4 BEARDS GALORE Five O'clock Shadow Legalized For Males By C. A. HENSON JR. Shades of Abraham Lincoln I The legalized five o'clock shadow is with us. And from the easternmost resi- idcntial portion of the campus wailing and moaning and gnash- ing of teeth can be heard above the season's best efforts to blow the Forty Acres down into the city. Yes sir And yes ma'am the beard growing contest that goes part and parcel with the annual rodeo and Fracas Week festivi- ties is now underway. Almost overnight Jane Co- ed's sweet lil ' Joe Smooth jaw bristled into a shaggy old Sand- paper Sam. With the male P0PU7 lation of the campus engaged in ALPHA PSI PLAY CAST IS NAMED The cast of "Arms and the Man" a three-act military satire by George Bernard Shaw has been named. The production will be presented in observance of the fifteenth anniversary of Alpha Psi Omega speech and drama fraternity in the Studio Theater a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 14 April 1951

t " -ft'll'""""?'!1' "-' yl;' l A. JlMffVlli1 ll.l l ..miltif . fm Ij I ' Pf s THE H-SU BRAND Saturday. April 14. 1951 Z1 a Blood- lhiiltu GhemUtl I. -. fr'"-! '."V ' 'V''" '-'' h 1 ...... TV..- t . j rwUiVilj. '.. jib r.-i m Kr t r ' JL 38 r I M rfvi fc T. There is a group of people on the campus who are ou after your blood! They are not vampires just Professor H. R. Arrant's clinical chemistry classes looking for vol- unteers for their free blood typ- ing service. The group will oper- ate from the first floor of Science hall for two weeks - Instructed by Richard O'Brien senior chemistry major the 21 labmembers will gladly take a small sample of your blood and in a 24-hour period return a card to you bearing your correct type. "Typing is important in event of accident or serious illness when a transfusion is necessary. Different types do not mix but coagulate and can cause death therefore it is a handy safeguard to carry a blood type card to1 speed treatment in case of emer- gency"...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 14 April 1951

i'' V- r- i- 4 THE H-SU BRAND Page 7 Saturday April 14 19S1 17 Journalists Attend Congress By JOAN CRAWFORD Seventeen H a r d i n-Simmons "news hounds" packed up and took a good look at Indian coun- try last week as they made a trek to the University of Oklahoma for the Southwestern Journalism Congress. The Congress started off bright and early Friday at 9:30. Fea- tured speakers during the morn- ing session were Mary Hornaday of the Christian' Science Monitor; "Walter S. Campbell research professor of English at Oklahoma University; and Jenkin Lloyd Jones editor of the Tulsa Trib- une. Miss Hornaday told of her work in the United Nations. Pro- fessor Campbell whose pen name is Stanley Vestal spoke on maga- zine fiction writing. Speakers for the afternoon ses- sion were Harold Kieth sports publicity director for the Univer- sity of Oklahdma and Bud Wil- kinson head Sooner football coach. The day's program also includ- ed a tour of the university's ultra-modern press box the jour- na...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 14 April 1951

THE H-8U BRAND Saturday April 14 1951 U Campus Piano Auditions Set For April 25-30 The annual piano auditions sponsored by the National Guild of Piano Teachers will be held on the campus April 25-30 it was announced by Dean E. Ed- win Young. These auditions open to stu- dents will be judged by some of the world's leading pianists. Two From H-SU Attend Texas Principals Meet Miss Ethel Hatchett and Dr. J. B. Adair of the education de- partment are in Austin this weekend attending a conference of the Elementary School Prin- cipals of Texas. Both Hardin Simmons teach- ers will present parts in group discussions for the three-day meeting. Recording" to Feature Morning Watch Meeting The recording of 4The Game of Life" which was prepared by sports writers at Baylor Univer- sity with the collaboration of the university Bible department will be featured at morning watch services next week. The recording is a dramatiza- tion of an imaginary football game between the forces of the Lord and the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 21 April 1951

Fracas Kick -Off Set Monday Morning Junior Edition i 7h& VoL XXXV Founders Honored Tuesday The annual Founders' Day ob- servance was held Tuesday be- ginning with a chapel program and ending with the placing of wreaths on the graves in the tri- angle. The ex-student association was in charge of the chapel program which featured a historical sketch of the university. The sketch which was adopted from a story by Nelson Hutto was directed by Larry Fitzgerald and produced by Lloyd Wright of the KHSU staff. The skelcn told of the found- ing of Simmons College in 1892 in the North Park addition in stead of the proposed site in the Sayles addition. The great per- sonalities of the school were rec- ognized Dr. Julius Olsen Dr. James B. Simmons and Dr. Jef- ferson Davis Sandefer were a few of those named. The building program of the young school was followed until the changing of the name of the university from Simmons university to Hardin- Simmons university. Taking part in the program ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 21 April 1951

Saturday April 21 liH ? 2 THE H-SU BRAND . V 1 I"' I -3 .dt 3. ft" fr '!' k ' W M ir ST:' t li.S. m K " fe r ": teb "l EDITORIALS.... e SUininf xamfxte The traditional gripe among faculty members is that stu- . dents act disinterested and impolite in chapel. But if you have looked around in chapel lately you have seen a number of faculty members doing the very thing they condemn in students' behavior. A few can always be found grading papers or reading the newspaper. Others wouldn't dream of being that rude but they sit and talk to those near them during the chapel program. Chapel provides an opportune time for some teachers to reread their assignments for the next period classes. And not to be overlooked are those noble souls who check the attendance in their sections and then walk out. Some who are not compelled to check attendance just never bother to come. Let's face it students cannot be expected to improve in their chapel habits until they are set better examples by the facult...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 21 April 1951

Saturday April 21 1S51 THE H-SU BRAND Pag 3 Sluggers Down Sky Hawks In Season's Initial Games vft aa!s'MftrHH. SPORTS ROUND-UP By LLOYD WRIGHT Brand Sporis Editor Coach Joe Grba's Cowboys made it a clean sweep of a double-header with the Goodfellow Field Sky Hawks this week for their first two wins of the season. It was interesting to note how similar the two games were. The Pokes scored 24 runs in each contest . . . and they scored 11 of those in the third inning of both games. In the first contest the Sky Hawks pushed eight men across the plate and doubled that in the second. Obviously the batting game of the Pokes has improved. Any team that can score 58 runs in three contests can be counted on to win its share of ballgames. The first game of the week saw the Cowboys dropping a close one to the Southwestern Pirates 10-11. Four hurlers were used by Grba in this one . . . Jim Covert Monty Givens Ray Hib- ler and Norman Ward. Ward re- turned to the mound Tuesday and got credit for t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 21 April 1951

Saturday April 21 li5l THE H-XU BRAND Pf 4 COWBOY ATHLETE! By CURTIS TOM BURKS Tom Burks 6' 2" covers the right outfield for coach Joe Grba's Cowboy nine. He has ap- peared in every Cowpoke game this year playing a heads-up game of ball. The 18-year-old Burks is from Hot Springs Arkansas. His high school days included four years of basketball and four of track. He also played one year of base- ball. Tom" has been hitting the horsehide to all parts of the out- field this season and has three years more to continue doing so. He has 11 hits in 31 trips to the plate. This gives him a .335 batting average. He played a forward position on the frosh basketball team. Corsairs Eke Win Over Cowpokes The Hardm-Simmons Cowboy baseball team out hit the South- western Pirates Monday after- noon but were nosed out 11-10 before approximately 500 fans. Coach Joe Grba threw four of his five pitchers against the Pi- rates but none of the four com- pletely stopped the men from Georgetown. The Pokes' do...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 21 April 1951

Saturday April 21 1151 THE H-SU BRAND FatS Millar Cites Goals Of American Wars The history of America has been the story of the struggle for liberty unity and democracy stated Dr. James Millar chair- man of the National Education Association citizenship commit- tee Tuesday afternoon. He spoke at a library lecture. The revolutionary war was a struggle for liberty. The civil war was a war for unity and the two world wars were fought for de- mocracy he said. Liberty was the idea para- mount in the Revolution but the first American concept of liberty was the jungle idea live as you please. Later a more civilized idea developed of live and let live. But today Dr. Millar be- lieves America must adopt an- other idea of liberty the Chris- tian and democratic principle of live and help live. Nation Is Organism Unity was sought in the civil war. "And the United States is still not blessed with full unity." The country is an organism Dr. Millar said which indicates that no class or group can s...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 21 April 1951

Pag 6 THE H-SU BRAND Saturday April 21 1951 Spring has sprung and students as usual are on the run with spring training . . . the rodeo But what is school without fun? ll- tB I iL4v $n ' ' BBaBaBaBaBfl and banquets galore MA)HH uuummm good! nature boy For as Otis Says everything's mellow." (Banquet and fishing pictures by Don Richard) f. ftr rtf-

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 21 April 1951

Saturday April 21 1951 THE H-SU BRAND Pa7 HARVEY DAVIS TO GIVE RECITAL Joyce Harvey soprano and Don Davis baritone will present a joint voice recital Thursday at 8:15 p. in. in Behrens chapel. Both students are juniors. Miss Harvey will sing "Se tu M'Ami" by Pergolesi "Batti batti O bel Masetto" (Don Gio- vanni) by Mozart "Apris un Reve" by Faure and two Brahms selections "Die Mainacht" and "Der Schmied." Concluding the heavier side of the program will be "Je dis que rien ne ni'epouvante" from Bi- zet's Carmen. In English Miss Harvey will sing "Shepherd Thy Demeanour Vary" by Wilson "The Nightingale and the Rose" by Rimsky-Korsakov "Love's Philosophy" by Quilter "The Green Dog" by Carpenter and "Morning Hymn" by Henschel. Davis will present two groups of selections. Included in the first group will be Johnson's "Prink to Me Only" Caressemi's "Vit- toria Mio Core!" "Sapphic Ode" by Brahms and "Dedication by Robert Franz. He will begin the second group with "The Evening Star" from Wag...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 21 April 1951

P9 I THE H-SU BRAND Saturday April 21 1151 Pianists Auditions Set April 25-30 Annual piano auditions spon- sored by the National Guild of Piano Teachers will be held on the campus April 25-30. Iva Loughlen Guy of Washington D. C. will act as judge. Miss Guy is the winner of the Alumni All-Round Student schol- arship and scholarships in voice piano harmony and solffeggio during her college years in Whit- worth college Spokane Wash- ington. She is a charter member of the Washington D. C chap- ter of the Guild and adjudicator for the Guild annually since 1043. The auditions were begun at Hardin-Simmons in 1929 by Dr. Irl Allison then dean of the school of music here and now president of the Guild. One of the early judges was John Thompson author of the widely used Thompson books for piano students. Since then the move- ment has spread rapidly until to- day there are 400 audition cen- ters. . The purpose of the auditions is to set a standard of reasonable accomplishment for each type of...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 28 April 1951

Edition Sstcmd Jh& VoL XXXV H-SU ABILENE. TEXAS SATURDAY APRIL 28 1951 ' NO. 28 Senior yT'-v Talent Show To Start Rodeo Closes Tonight The annual H-SU Frontier Fracas Week will come to a close tonight as the last performance of the Intercollegiate Rodeo is held at Carl Myers Arena. The final show is scheduled to get under way at 8 p. m. More than 100 contestants from 19 schools entered the competi- tion. E. W. Ledbetter H-SU business manager stated that leather saddles made by Leddy of Fort Worth would be presented to the champion all-round cowboy and cowgirl of the rodeo after tonight's performance. Eight sevents six for boys and two for girls are to be held dur- ing the evening show. The cow- boy events are bareback bronc riding calf roping steer 'dogging saddle bronc riding bull riding and ribbon roping. Girls' events include goat milking and the clover leaf barrel race. Ledbetter announced that the final competition round will start during the 2:30 p. m. performance today. A...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 28 April 1951

THE H-SU BRAND Saturday April 28 1951 Pf 2 ' y V $ I 3 k T T EDITORIALS.... ieHddly Reeling.... Approximately 1500 seniors from the central West Texas area will be at Hardin-Simmons today for the an- nual Open Campus Day. Activities throughout the day will be geared for their entertainment. University officials have made elaborate plans for the occasion. The day will be opened with an all-university talent show and closed with the afternoon performance of the Intercollegiate'rodeo. A free barbecue open house exhibits and a Players' club presentation have also been scheduled. But all this is not enough. To make the day a suc- cess the student body will have to join in the fun and act as attentive hosts to the visitors. They should not be ignored and left to shift for themselves after they arrive. While the visiting seniors can admire the campus by what they see they can judge the school only by those with whom they come in contact. " The seniors visiting the campus are prospective st...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 28 April 1951

Saturday April 28 1951 THE H-SU BRAND Pat 3 (' R V 3 .4 I" i 1 f. 'i i HtaflBRMflMV M VlkQLkHk 9XTIi SPORTS ROUND-UP By JACK Senior Sports Editor Have you been following the activities of the H-SU tennis and golf teams this spring? This year's tennis team has more than held its own among top-flight competition. The golf team is showing signs of being a real Border Conference title contender in the May conference meet. Special commendation is to be given to those athletes who par- ticipate in the so-called minor sports which are certainly not minor in the amount of practice devoted to their activities. The men of the tennis squad who practice tirelessly month after month certainly do have the high regard for sports that the HH ib iiMiiyiPi HI" v J. B. GIBBS that sport. Our golf team this year coached by E. W. Ledbetter who also doubles as University Business Manager is compiling a most excellent record in dual meets. They have beaten teams from several BC schools and are getting even...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 28 April 1951

PS 4 THE H-SU BRAND Saturday April 2S 1851 Net ters Beat TWC; Bow to TCU Team COWBOY ATMLETE! National Sportlights F w By CURTIS WILL ARMSTRONG " Will Armstrong freshman from Abilene helps in filling the se- cond base spot for Hardin-Sim-mons. He has shown his worth in the innings in which he has been in action. One contribution was a grand slam homer against Goodfellow air base at San Angelo. He has three hits in his six trips to the plate for a .500 average. Will's baseball career did not begin at H-SU for he played two years at second base for the hometown Eagles and earn- ed a place on the all-district and all-state teams his senior year. In that year 1950 Abilene went to the state finals. The 5'11" 150 pound Arm- strong is a business major and will go into business if he doesn't take up professional base- ball. Will 19 enjoys listening to classical music and makes lamps from baseball bats and other such woodwork for a hobby. TRACKMEN PLACE IN TRIANGLE MEET The H-SU Cowboy track...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 28 April 1951

. .--T -r Saturday April 28 1951 Senior Will Realise Jlel Qbeateit Ambition By MARGARET DOUGHERTY j Senior Staff Writer A life-long ambition will be realized by Laura Fay McBeth senior education major after graduation in May. Ever since she can remember Laura Fay has loved children and has had the desire to teach them. Now that desire has become a reality for she will begin teach- ing next September. She is at present practice teach- ing in the fourth grade in Col- lege Heights elementary school where she teaches social studies. She is one of the 53 Simmonsites teaching and observing in the secondary and elementary schools in Abilene. Teaching Experience Teaching in Miss Ruth Craw- ford's fourth grade Laura Fay has many and varied experiences. She remembers with some amuse- ment the small boy who found a nickel on the playground. When asked if he intended to turn it in he replied that 'it was too old since it was made in 1942. Besides teaching social studies the blond-haired brown-e...

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