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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 28 April 1951

FlMl THE H-SU BRAND i? v li W ih !' FRACAS JUG RECEIPTS TO GO TO BOYS' RANCH Students Professor Photog- raphers and ball players were among those who looked out through the bars of the Fracas "Week calaboose. A total of $9 which will go to the Abilene Boys' Ranch was taken the first two and a half days of the week said Sheriff Clem Preston. -The fines were assessed for failure to wear west- ern attire appropriate to Fracas Week. The regular routine of some of the professors was somewhat changed this week by a slightly prolonged stay in the Forty Acres Jug. Their charge was "clothing unbecoming to the week of spec- ial activities." ean (Arizona Ike) Stephen- son sang the limehouse blues while being accompanied by Dean R. A. Collins. Mrs. Billie Lacy upon a special invitation visited the inside of the jail and not long' afterward a heart rendering plea for mercy was heard from the dribbling cowboy Jack Mar- tin. The students and professors had to pay off but others were not immune. Ph...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 28 April 1951

ft 1 A THE H-SU BRAND """ ' today. April 21 1IS1 SIGNS oP 4U T I H.-S.U. RODEO Tk'Sfticforvr-Union1 Zoof-Suiter .asn r ooois uuaricii tmam j 11 rml; --' - w- vi -wii v j tvii x ''k-ra 37 fffTS' -mMllMVP" MORALES "" SD Jflu s3 VajLm)7 'ia -so. IRf Violin and Dr. Preston Are Musical Twosome By MARY LOU Think you have a Stradivarius? Well in all probability you are being fooled by an imitation ac- cording to Professor Herbert Preston of the school of music. Although he doesn't claim to be a connoisseur he has made the violin his life study and is recog- nized throughout this territory as an authority. During his studies he has had the opportunity of seeing and playing some of the oldest and most valuable violins in the wona. xne most valuable one. he ever played was the $30000 Emperor Strad now owned by the conductor of the Chicago Symphony. As he put it "That was some fiddle." About the oldest one he ever saw was a Gasparo Desalo made away back in 1600. His Violin Valuable His own vio...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 28 April 1951

FlMl THE H-5U BRAND Saturday April 21 19S1 .. " 'DIIIIB f : &S99S li"' HiiBiiiiiiiiiiiiH;:' WWfclM fSv 1'II11111111111111Hww9 Ilb-V n ; t ' t -fjllllllllllllllllllMAlnil StudentltflacJz to. See rfiedia ana 9ce Gapxid&L "ARMS AND THE MAN" STARS Wanda Woody and Robert O'Brien enact a striking scene from the three-act military satire which will be presented Thursday Friday and Saturday evenings. It will be staged in the arena-designed Studio theater. Members of Alpha Psi Omega have roles in the George Bernard Shaw play which will be given as an anniversary production by the honorary dramatic fraternity. Mrs. Lloyd Huff is director. IN STUDIO THEATER "Arms And The Man" To Play Three Nights "Arms and the Man" Alpha Psi Omega's 15th anniversary production by George Bernard Shaw will be presented in the arena-staged Studio theater at 8:15 p. m. Thursday through Saturday. Rairia Petkoff and Captain Bluntschli the leading charac- ters in the three-act comedy will be played by Wanda W...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 5 May 1951

7h& SjuuuI VoL XXXV H-SU. ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY MAY 5 1951 NO. 29 3 ( y ) Graduation Speakers Are Named Dr. James L. Sullivan and Dr. P.'D. O'Brien are to be speak- ers at the spring graduation ser- vices it was announced today by Dr. Rupert N. Richardson presi- dent. Dr. Sullivan pastor of the Abilene First Baptist church will preach the baccalaureate services Sunday May 27. Dr. O'Brien pastor of the First Bap- tist Church in Big Spring will be the speaker for commence- ment exercises May 28. Both men are well known speakers. Dr. Sulivan has spoken in chapel several times during the year and Dr. O'Brien spoke at the Queen's coronation this year. Dr. O'Brien is the father of Richard and Robert O'Brien graduating seniors. Approximately 290 students are candidates for degrees this year according to registrar Alton B. Lee. Of these about 50 are can- didates for Master's degrees he said. The graduation services will be held in Behrens chapel Rich- ardson said. A campus open house w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 5 May 1951

Pftftt 2 THE H-SU BRAND Saturday May 5 H51 EDITORIALS ...r . lip Oh lime Hardin-Simmons university students have only two more weeks left' in the spring-semester before final examinations are scheduled. One of these weeks is dead week set aside to catch up on loose ends. ' And. most of us have a few loose ends to catch up on. Time with which we have been running a race all semester is about to catch up with us. Term themes reports note- books and .daily lessons are due and students are thinking about' what is coming up for them during the summer. In short the next two weeks is a time when spring fever will have to take a back seat. It is a time when the student will have to get on the ball and straighten out his studies as well as his personal affairs. A little craming might be necessary in many cases but in the long run it will be well worth the effort spent. There is little time left and there is much to do. What time is left should be utilized with the utmost caution. "Why do tom...

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

- y -.- fcarurday. May 8 1S51 THE H-SU BRAND Pa 3 Cowpokes Down Rattlers 12-4 To Avenge Defeat S I tf I f I j J!v 'i SPORTS ROUND-UP By LLOYD WRIGHT Brand Sports Editor The big spring sports event for several H-SU athletic teams is just around the corner. The Border conference meet will be held May 11 and 12 in Tucson with the golf tennis and track teams competing. H-SU's chances for a cham- pionship in any of the events are about equal. The golf team has been making quite a showing in their last few matches. In fact they have won seven of their last nine starts. They hold two wins over the de- fending champions New Mexico university Lobos and in other conference play they downed Texas Tech and Texas Western. This golf quartet certainly de- mands respect and will have to be rockoned with in the loop meet. Coach Otho Polk's tennis crew now has a 5-4 won-lost record and have played only one confer- ence member. They split a twin match with Texas Tech winning 4-2 and losing by that sam...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 5 May 1951

rfmHM .! s' THE H-SU BRAND 4 Saturday Mar HS1 x L r COWBOY By CURTIS K3 t&SJMK$&?3i?S GEORGE SMITH George Smith a junior from Paris is one of the Cowpokes foremost golfers. The 21-year-old Sniith is playing his first year of golf for H-SU having transfer- red here this year from Paris Junior college. ' Qeo'rge has won seven of his last nine matches. Playing for Paris Junior college in 1949 his 0 team won the state crown in the junior college division. He. also copped the individual champion- ship. He has appeared in a few major amateur tournaments in- cluding the Dallas Invitational the Paris Invitational and the Southwest Stock show recreation meet. Smith plans either to coach golf or to turn pro. He believes that this .year's golf team will be a major con- tender for the Border conference title. x SPORTS ROUND-UP (Continued from Page 3) point per season is not much to brag about. Of course the team hasn't entered many meets. The Fort Worth Exposition meet and the Texas Rel...

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

I s lv SmftmUr. Mt 5. H51 Eight Slate Senior Speech Recitals Eight students of Dr. Kathar- ine Boyd have scheduled senior speech recitals. All will be pre- sented in the Studio Theatre Abilene hall at 8:15 p. m. The students are Nita Grimes Charlou Thomas John Schwen- sen John Street Willa Brad- ford Wanda Woody Richard O'Brien and Robert O'Brien. Miss Grimes Lufkin junior will read "The Heiress" in her ? joint recital with Miss Thomas of Abilene. The latter will give '"Come Back Little Sheba." Their recital is Monday. Christopher Marlow's "The Tragical History of Dr. Faustus" will be enacted by Schwensen and Street Thursday evening. Schwensen will play the title role while Street will read the part of Mephistopheles Schwen- sen is a speech major from Wich- ita Kans. and Street's home is in Littlefield. Miss Bradford will read cut- tings from "Summer and Smoke" by Tennessee Williams when she and Miss Woody present 'their recital Friday night. Ex- cerpts from "Bell Book and Candle" w...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 5 May 1951

(' THE H-SU feRAND Saturday May 5 1S51 Pat S Summer Schedule Available Schedules are out for the first term of summer school which will start May 30 and end July 7. The regular line of courses will be offered plus an English work- shop under the direction of Eva Budd and a music recreation camp under the direction of Pat Arsers. Tn thn Enelish workshon. em phasis on current trends in Eng- lish will be studied. Lectures conferences discussions by the English staff and other H-SU personnel and by guest lecturers of statewide recognition will be given. The workshop will begin May 30 and last until June 13. Classes will be from 8:30 a. m. to 11:30 a. m. each day except Saturday. This course is designed especially for English teachers on the elementary junior high senior high and college levels and for librarians and supervis- ors. The twelfth annual school for band directors and band mem- bers will be held August 13-26. Boys and girls of high school and junior high ages teachers direc- ...

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

Saturday May 5 1S5K THE H-SU BRAND h Seniors Net $100 On Booth At Rodeo The senior class made approxi- mately $100 on a rodeo conces- sion stand last weekend accord- ing to Truett Latimer treasurer of the class. This makes a total of $225 in the class bank account he said. The senior follies netted approxi- mately $80 and ribbons for foot- ball games brought in around The money will be used to buy the senior class gift to the school he said. Another $300 will be added to the sum from a surplus of past class funds. Latimer stated that additional funds will be taken up from the senior class to meet the total price of the gift The senior gift has not yet been disclosed. Cowgirls Host Annual Tea For Faculty Sunday Members of the university fa- culty and staff were guests of Cowgirls Sunday at their annual spring tea. The affair was held between 3 and 5 p. m. in Hunter hall. An "April Showers" theme was carried out in the decorations. The tea table laid with a cut- work cloth was centere...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 5 May 1951

THE H-Stf BRAND Saturday May 5 1951 -LL FMTfti ZLoUonl IZnUuf Out l&anti&ii and JianMuU ea Ueu Say. . . . By BETTIE TODD Without brass band or ticker tape the Hardin-Simmons cam- paigning and elections Tuesday and Wednesday were neverthe- less colorful with signs banners and handbills. Chapel was ready for the can- didate speakings Tuesday with four banners announcing presiJ dential and vice-presidential can- didates. . lt Lewis Stephens presidential hopeful was proclaimed for the office by large red yellow and black letters on the back hang- ings of the stdge. Stephens also had several posters abroad on the forty acres. A number of them sported 8" by 10" pictures of him. Willis Griffin another aspir- ant for the office of president was represented at the Tuesday meeting by a banner lettered in green and black urging "Griffin for President."' Griffin had hand- bills handy to push his candidacy- . . . i. Vice - presidential candidates Bill Hill and Bob Flegal both had banners...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 12 May 1951

jf0ljk Ssuutd m& VoL XXXV H-SU. ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY MAY 12 1951 NO. 30 1t Stephens Named Student Council Head Senior Job Interviews Scheduled Representatives from Montgom- ery Ward and Firestone Tire and Rubber Co. will be on the campus next week to interview graduat- ing seniors for employment Dr. Wiley D. Rich announced. These corporations have job openings in all fields and will interview liberal arts graduates as well as business majors he stated. . A representative from Fire- stone will be on the campus Tuesday and Montgomery Ward will send an interviewer here Friday. A man from Clayton- Anderson Corporation of Hous- ton will be here during the lat- ter part of the month. Several oil companies will send representatives to the campus to interview prospective employees he said. Abilene firms have also filed positions with the dean. Firestone has positions open for managers and sales personnel while Montgomery Ward is in- terested in merchandising per- sonel sales people se...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 12 May 1951

2 THE H-SU BBAHD ' s Saturday Mar 12 1951 l. v1 ft i Im' ft ?v ir ' i EDITORIALS... Approximately 250 seniors will graduate at the end of the month and be ready to take on the responsibilities of a new situation. They will be at the place where books are to be traded for the "tools of the trade." Many of the spring graduates will be ready to move right into positions of employment but just as many have no "definite" plans. Some still don't know exactly what they want to do. 'For those who have no specific plans' it is time to start thinking about what to do. For those who have specific plans but do not have a place of employment it is time to think about where to work. Several representatives from large corporations and small business firms will be on the campus next week to interview prospective graduates. They are interested in in- terviewing all graduating seniors interested in employment. The representatives will work through Dr. Wylie Rich of the School of Business Administrati...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 12 May 1951

THE H-SU BRAN D Pf 3 Three Teams Enter BC Tournament Cowboys New Mexico Favored In Golf Meet Saturday May 12 1951 f HHPHBvmMH m vLLmCAl$fMk 97YmkBI 77re Wright Slant By LLOYD WRIGHT Brand Sports Editor Last week as a closing remark in this column we told you that three members of the H-SU coaching staff were seeking new positions. And come Sunday the news released that head line coach Al Milch had accepted the job as head mentor of Arlington State college. It is with considerable regret that we see Al leave the forty acres. Not only was he a great coach but he was also a "right guy". He will oe missed by students and friends and we all realize that our loss is their gain. During the last basketball sea- son we had the privilege of sit- ting near Al at practically all the home games. He always managed M ilch Named Head Arlington Al Milch varsity line coach at Hardin-Simmons for the past year has been named head foot- ball coach at Arlington State Col- lege it was announced Saturday. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 12 May 1951

THE H-SU BRAND Saturday May 11 1MI is COWBOY ATMLETE! By CURTIS SMITH fS) tvZ4X s .wsNSW-"rT" tf1WbRf BILLY PHILLIPS Billy Phililps transferred here this year from Paris Junior col- lege Paris is his home town also. The Cowboy linkster is a junior who has shown that he is a val- uable member of the golf team. This week-end Phillips and his teammates are competing in the Border Conference tourna- ment. They are rated as one team that cannot be left out of the picture as far as the title is concerned. One of his prized victories was being the only team member to survive in the matches earlier in the year against the national champion North Texas State team Later with the help of teammate George Smith he down- ed a NTSTC pair in the only other Cowpoke victory. Against Texas Western he was awarded the medal honor for the lowest par. He achieved the same prize against the North Texas team. HHiHK3!3s.jHHiiiHillHIH E. W. LEDBETTER Much of the success of this year's golf team has been due t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 12 May 1951

Sturdmr May 12 1951 THE H-SU BRAND Paw S t V 4 . FIRST SUMMER COURSE IN ASTRONOMY SLATED Doman Roberts associate pro- fessor of physics has announced that astronomy will be offered this summer for the first time during the short terms. Mr. Roberts stated . that the course would be of value to teachers or those preparing to be teachers of science in junior high or high school. There will be no requirements other than elemen- tary math for the course. A brief survey of the mytholo- gical origin of the names of the constellations and brightest stars recognition of the larger and better known constellations a study of star-clusters showing movement similar to the solar system and a survey of the planets the moon and the sun will constitute the pattern of the course this summer. The university has a three inch telescope which will be used on observation trips. This instru- ment will be suplimented with binoculars and other smaller magnifying pieces. Teen-Age Circus Group To Be Campus Gue...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 12 May 1951

t- SffLl THE H-IU BRAND fcafarday.-May J 1MI Student Qp&iated jfS Qituul adt Jtad Vailed PiafuufU By LARRY FITZGERALD "You are tuned to KHSU your campus station 600 in Abilene." This familiar phrase introduces an organization that has been one of the fastest growing de- partments on the campus during the past two years. . - At the present time the cam- pus station is on the air from 5 to 10 p. m. each day Monday through Friday with special pro- grams on Saturday. The weekly schedule includes programs of Recorded music religious topics talent shows world and sport news and local sports coverage. The special events crew has traveled as far' west as Tucson Ariz. as far north as Lubbock and east as far as Fort Worth to sent H-SU basketball football and baseball games back to the forty acres. Professional Operation KHSU operates like any other commercial station. No unortho- dox radio station practices are permitted since the station is used for educational purposes as well as wholes...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 12 May 1951

Saturday May 12 1151 THE H-IU BRAND 3CS J i BARBARA DAVIS Barbara Davis Is Alpha Chi Head Barbara Davis junior business administration major was elect- ed president of the Julius Olsen chapter of1 Alpha Chi honorary scholarship fraternity Monday night. Outgoing president is Jack Yates who served also as stu- dent council president. Other of- ficers for next year will not be named until the fall semester Dr. Otto O. Watts sponsor an- nounced. The annual Alpha Chi picnic will be held this afternoon at Lake Cisco. Members will leave for the outing from in front of Abilene Hall at 1:30. tfankme GluL Jfoldd. QaLL Polk Picnic Members of the Yankee club picniced at Cobb park Monday from 5 p. m. to 7 p. m. Most of the 36 members of the club did not make the event due to other conflicting appoint- ments but Mrs. Billie Lacy fa- culty sponsor from Tennessee stated that those attending re- lated experiences 'of their activi- ties this year at Hardin-Simmons. The menu for the outing included ho...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 12 May 1951

&W & . THE H-IU BRAKD garkrAar May 1W1 rjw- wrr 4W Bllall JfSfUUfUt Picnic By C. A. HENSON. JR. The Rodeo association rounded out another year Monday after- noon with a picnic at State park. The club members motored to the site from Rose Field house beginning at 3 p. m. Things got off to a fast start with a base- ball game among the male mem- bers. The team chosen by Wayne Haynes had trouble solving the pitching slants of Don Smith and Jack Smartt. Sloppy play afield in the sup- port of hurler Dick Collins also was a contributing factor in the defeat .of the Haynesmen Smith who chose the other team naa an abundance of heavy-hitters and had to hang on to a com- mand lead built up in the first inning to coast to victory. Following the ball game the cowboys and cowgirls dined rath- er sumptuously on barbecued chicken potato salad beans and cold drinks. The chaperones made themselves much in evidence when the food showed up. Mre. Isalbu Moody and sponsor Bill Ledbetter with wife...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 19 May 1951

mIK & stand m& Vol. XXXV H-SU ABILENE. TEXAS SATURDAY. MAY 19. 1951 NO. 31 ) artin Accepts New Job Jack T. Martin head basket- ball coach at Hardin-Simmons for the last three years has been ap- pointed to a similar position at Lamar College in Beaumont it was announced Wednesday. Martin was in Beaumont dur- ing the week working out with the Lamar cage team. He will re- place Slue Hull who resigned recently to become head basket- ry ball coach at the University of Texas. Martin was an all-Border con- ference player during his under- graduate days at Hardin-Simmons. He guided the Pokes into third place in the conference race i.n 1948 and to second place during the 1949-50 season. The team dropped into the second division last season for the first time un- der Martin. A veteran of World War II Martin expects to complete work this summer toward his master's degree. He played high school basket- ball at Burkett Martin is mar- ried to Shirley Stephens of Edea also a H-SU ex-studen...

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