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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 10 December 1938

THE H-S U BRAND MEMBERS OF COWBOY TEAM NAME ALL-OPPONENT 11 I T r ii JTrolicsome Bowl TOE LINE By BILL AMO Sports Editor The football season enmo to n grand nnd glorious close last Saturday with that thrilling 7-0 win at Brownwood. A sterling exhibition of straight grid- Iron tactics was displayed by both clubs. One of those old-fashioned knock down drag out tilts replaced the usual razzle-dazzle brand of ball famous throughout the southwest. Long shot chances or gambles were not taken in that battle of smashing line drives and sure-fire passes. Outdistanced a few yards In rushing by the Jackets the Cowboys capital- ized greatly on their accurate aerial attack. Dill Ford's touchdown pass to Bud Reeves netted C8 yards. Dewey Marcum also shone on the scoring play by throwing a beautiful block into a potential IIPC tackier. Hal Russell Kirk McKinnon and L. B. Russell aid- ed Ford with the pitching duties. Our Ranchers were ready for any- thing last Saturday. Spirit ran high among the p...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 10 December 1938

'r wc;5jr; n ") Par 4 THE n-S U BRAND Established "Student Opinion Of America" For Colleges AUSTIN Dec. 9. Establishment of tho Student Opinion of America for the scientific measurement of student though has been announced here with the co-operation of college newspapers in every section of the United States. Weekly reportsof the Surveys giv- ing the opinions of all college students in the nation on current social po- litical and economic questions will be published. Based on the principle of scientific sampling that has proven highly re- liable in other national polls in recent years the Surveys will be the first college poll that will actually cover the entire nation in its weekly reports of student opinion. The Texas Stu- dent Publications Inc. publishers of the Daily Texan at the University of Texas are sponsors of tho Surveys in co-operation with almost every college daily and scores of weeklies in uni- versities teachers' colleges normal schools and Junior colleges public and ...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 17 December 1938

r" . - . i Vol. XXIII Z714 IIARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENK. THXAS DECEMBER 17 19.18 j 3 GEE TREADWAY WIN BEAUTY AND BEAST CONTEST " -iA Jfr " ! .JiL.iSD "JCa: NOW LET'S nil be on hand for the Chiistmns pnity on nccount of It hns done been piomiscd that Santa Claus will not go to Howard Payne this year. The two-bit Rift plan should draw quite an nssottment of lubber dolls and toy cnts; and then some jokesters will actually give handkci chiefs or something. We hope somebody thinks of some- thing original in n few cases. The matter of Christmas is a well-worn-out subject but then what (the heck) is there to talk about? If some ambitious student would set himself up as a personal shop- per to do some people's shopping for them he or she could make a killing profit. There are bojs who would pay good commissions to someone who would shop for the girl fri- end's gifts and girls who would pay for someone to shop for the man's gift et cetera. Of course brother can have socks and Papa a ti...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 17 December 1938

.. W?jSe ' .sitifl J' "wtliOIWlii! Ml 'S; nfim THE H-S U BRAND Swr-v Editorials "This world's no blot for us nor blank it means intensely and means good: To find its meaning is my nieat and drink." Robert Browning. .. 1 i ." V ! Ig tf- c.- 15-' p - Rftx II" r. Iv a. rv a r y& it- v. i u m ip" I; i c A IS liiTv Is K1 r.v ' r i If K r: I sfrl lH U'A ii '8& - "e i'i.i &?- 1 u Urn i ' $ ' " . f. W ;v. . Mtxry Xm4um A Fable Exchanges Campus Camera LONG ago many years beyond the recollection of any living man Eljak Kajle tilled his farm in what is now called America. lie was n pagan nnd worshipped nothing but his wife Amora and a certain potent beverage which ho obtained by squeezing the rinds of four citrons from sunup till sundown and mixing the oil thus obtained with four pints of water from tho Kcu sea. One sunny day as Eljak furrowed his north forty with a plow made from tho oars of a Phoenicion galley which had been wrecked when its over- zealous captain had tried to run...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 17 December 1938

:o THE ILS U BRAND fm v v m CAPTAINS NAME ALL INTRA-MURAL FOOTBALL TEAM f I f i Tinni Till SIDELINE By BILL AMO Sports Editor With 1039 Just around tho corner this department would like to relate n fow of the highlight happenings in Cowboy athletics during the past past year. Ten outstanding individ- ual and team performances captured the 1038 sporting spotlight. The ten headline items are ranked according to their importance in the mind of your columnist. . 1 The Cowboys' 7-6 triumph over Howard Payne. This scin- tillating win from our tradition- al rival gained undisputed first place mention. It was a hard- fought battle between two great great elevens but the Purple and Gold displayed too much aerial power for the Jackets. 2 Truett Fulchcr winning tho Tex- as Golden Gloves heavyweight crown. Rated as the pre-flght underdog Fulcher belted out n clean-cut deci- sion over Hnbo Ritchie of Lubbock. Truett went the three round route at n terrific clip and had Ritchlo dis tinctly ment. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 17 December 1938

i" Page 4 THE H-S U BRAND Players Club Gives Scenes From Dramas By W. C. Gnllcmore As n nrc-holidny production tho Hardin - Simmons University Players Club presented a series of scenes from great plays Thursday and Friday nights in the H-SU auditorium. In vitations were issued for tho Thurs- day night performance. On Friday night the public was invited. Six scenes from plays by such famed authors as Euripides Shake- speare and Sheridan were presented. Tho program was given by students of play production classes with soph- omore students doing tho staging and speech department seniors playing the various roles. Tho first play of the group was "Electra" written by Euripides about 4000 B. C. and known as tho "First Greek Modern." It still has universal appeal. The title role was played by Jeancttc Patterson; Clytemncstra tho queen-mother by Frances Largent; Orestes the brother by Charles Ar- thur McClure; soldiers were Marvin Miller and David Hull. The leader of the chorus was Althca S...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 7 January 1939

i n""T ; 'Tfwr r(Wiy' i ( M ;v Vol. XXIII Z714 HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXAS JANUARY 7 1939 No. 14 yF" Rudolph Ganz9 Concert Slated Monday Evening HArPY NOO YEAR Just in case you didn't wake up wreathed in happy smiles this morn- ing remember along with your tomato juice that the first week is always the hardest. It isn't fair. How can one re- cuperate in the short period from holiday vacation to dead week which is little more than a week waay followed by finals and then a new start for next semester. Thnt elongated horror Long John Treadway and lovely Nell Gee Beau- ty and Beast winners will 'have that expense-paid date in the near future nnd all are invited to observe the eve- ning's performance which will prob- ably be inscribed in glowing phrases in the annals of the history of the Cowboy school. ' Our own Cowboy Band goes on the Texas State network next Fri- day evening at eight o'clock for a weekly thirty minute program. Hearing rehearsals the other night Director Mc...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 7 January 1939

vsv 'wu tp lMS TOE H-S U DRAND " fl. VkV L.X I I. & C f f - e- V.' f; x j . a. r 5JL l A u(T t 1 t&A a ' ("-..Jr. rL Sditorials A New Year JANUARY 1 1938. Another year has passed away and J we are now facing the newly-born year. Shall we face It as we have faced the last few years despairingly and hopelessly? Or shall we face this ono with new and firm resolutions n dcslro to do some good and the will power to faco our vexing problems squarely and Bolve them even though the solution will mean work and deep thinking on our part 7 Do the latter because it will not hurt you in the least and will do most of you some good. Hardin-Simmons university our school faces not the greatest year in history that she will have but a greater year in her intellectual and athletic advancements but these things are not significant unless you yourself realize that this year can bo the greatest in your life. Hisory is in the making and if you want to bo in it you will have to get out and hustle. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 7 January 1939

v Par KIMBROUGH OFFICIALLY OPENS BASKETBALL PRACTICE ' 4 ' THE II-S U BRAND FrM The SXDELINE: By BILL AMO SporU Editor Now to get bnck Into the swing of pounding out copy nftcr a throe week layoff enjoying the winter sports Ice skntlng tobogganing sleigh riding nnd tho like. The New Year was ush- ered in with plenty of fireworks along the sporting front. Only one week hns elapsed but more bomb shells have exploded In the current athletic world than In nny correspond- ing period during recent years. This pillar got off to a good start for 1939 predictions by picking four out of five major bowl tilts on the nose. Southern California Texas Christian Tennessee and St. Mary's came through fti fine style for yours truly but New Mexico's complete collapse against Utah shatterccd all hopes of a perfect score. Over 315000 football fans turned out for eight post season games in the South the West Coast and Hono- lulu. TCU undoubtedly stnmped Itself ns tho No. 1 team in the nation .by vir- tue...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 7 January 1939

"E"?" 0f ' Pace 4 THE H-S U BRAND Holiday Wedding Bells Ring McKinnonflull Wed December 22 Tola Carpenter L". J. Gorsuch Marry Wedding bells rang merrily during the holiday season for a number of H-SU students and graduates. Kirk McKlnnon ace quarterback and scat specialist came back to school a holiday bride-groom. Kirk and Bob- ble Deo Hull T-rtM DOin oi uuuivBu Lv IS stole n prc- Christmas march oil cnmpitB friends and were married Decem- ber 22. Rev. E. P. Cole pastor of the Lnmcsa Baptist church read tho ring ceremony at the home of the bride's parents Mr. adn Mrs. Dec Hull in Lamesa. The bridegroom is tho son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred McKlnnon. The newlyweds both graduates of Lamesa high school will have an apartment near the campus. Mrs. McKlnnon attended H-SU for two years and Texas Tech nt Lubbock the spring semester in 1038. At Har-din-Simmons she was a member of the Cowgirls. President of the H-SU junior class McKlnnon earned his varsity grid let- ter this fall starring as tea...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 14 January 1939

Time Is A Wastin U ?rrf 'I Mli' sJLJ&T -BW"""" 'JwmwZfml HWr J I Dead Week Ahead pVWtJffiy tl if- -BT- A"fr&"B'M B-JJkJ Wj ltflJt Basketball Game Wednesday Night I HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXAS JANUARY 14 1939 No. 15 NVol. XXIII Z7U v Initiate New Members Into Alpha Chi Chapter lift lRo DEAD WEEK starts Wednesday . .. . supposedly. If our dimming memory is right it was back in '35 when the faculty started ignoring Dead Week. Prior to that time the eventful period was the most import- ant one of the semester. All student activities were discon- tinued for the entire week the boys did not shave the girls did not go to the beauty parlor and students were not required to go to any of their classes. But now it's not what it once was. The chances arc there arc students on the enmpus who do not know that Wednesday starts DEAD WEEK. This time it will in all probability be another routine week of quizzes term reports nnd other over-burdening daily assignments until the fina...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 14 January 1939

H y1- PageS THE H-S U BRAND ' V & K I'. Editorials "There is no frigate like a book to take us lands away This traverse may the poorest take without oppress of toil; how frugal is the chariot that bears a human soul." Emily Dickenson. Our Silken Honors WHO shall wear tho Silk Bandana 7 This column is an exclustvo feature devoted to per- sonality sketches of students not of every student but of thoso who have achieved a high standing in college with reference to scholarship goals attained service ren- dered and character. This short biography is an honor to the one who re- ceives the write-up. Thero arc necessarily a small num- ber selected during the year thus Increasing the valuo of the laurels so awarded. Selections are made from mem- bership in the junior and senior classes only. Tho Brand uses this channel to express to tho worthy leaders in tho school its appreciation of the work they have dono in the promotion of sane ideals and principles here on tho campus. "The gate is ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 14 January 1939

COWBOYS OPEN SIDELINE: By BILL AMO Sports Editor When the Cowboy bnskotccra hook up with Now Mexico A&M next week rival conches Frnnk Kimbrough ami Jimmy Hincs will renew nn old-time feud. Bnck In 1022 and 1023 the op- posing mentors battled ngalnst each other on the gridiron. Both Kim brough and Hincs wcro quartcrbneks those yenrs. The Aggie conch surged ahead of Kimbrough In the victory list when A&M emerged victorious each time. Overlooked during the past In-trn-murnl football campaign by many competitors and spectators alike was the rare fight and spirit displayed by one player. Kip Rags- dale of the Bombers' backficld is well-deserving of some sort of a testimonial. Ragsdale afflicted with infantile paralysis in childhood did not ask for or give anw odds. He performed brilliantly despite his handicap to gain honorable men- tion on the All-League team. Girls basketball may be levived this winter in n big way. Several co- eds hnve been talking up the great indoor sport an...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 14 January 1939

Pge4 THE H-S U nRAND Shults Benson Wed Saturday To Enroll In H-SU For Spring Term Marriage of Nell Shults daughter of Mr. and Mrs. V. W. Shults of Brcckenrldge Texas and Harry A. Benson son of Rev. and Mrs. G. E. Benson of Pulton Mo. was solem- nized nt 4 o'clock Saturdny afternoon In the parlor of the First Christian Church Brcckenrldge with the Rev. Benson officiating for tho ceremony. For her wedding tho brido wore a wine dress with lastex blouse and gored skirt. Her accessories were of teal blue. Wedding music was given by Mrs. Bryan Atchison pianist and Mrs. Gaines Shults violinist sister-in-law of tho bride. Immediately following tho ceremony a reception was held at tho home of the bride's parents 201 East Street. Mr. and Mrs. Benson will make their home in Abilcno at 17C5 San- defer Street where they will enter Hardln-Slmmons for the spring se- mester. Mrs. Benson will enter as a junior and Mr. Benson will do sen- ior work. Business Ad Club Meets At Hilton Business Administra...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 21 January 1939

Vol. XXIII Z714 HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE TKXAS JANUARY 21 1933 No. 16 Debaters Reach Finals In Baylor Tournament IpCi The studctjt council bless them nrc underwriting tbo Senior gift a 1G mm movie projector equipped for sound. Coming to the rescue of the gradu- ates who were unnblo to raise all of the almost four hundred dollars re- quired the council will complete pay- ments for the projector from profits of weekly current movies to be shown on the campus at a nominal cost. A very worthy project and gift of course but this initial amount doe!) not include a screen or stand for the projection unit and films will be another little expense. With no more students than wc have on our Forty Acres and with theatre attractions down town at such low prices we doubt if it will be suc- cessful. Seems to us a recreation hall or student union building is needed more than the movies which we already have. ..And such a building Is perfectly possible and feasible too. With the student cou...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 21 January 1939

' t f- -' 1 rts TnE H-S U BRAND l'f fc- r e K- p-M1 ' Ml . LtsffS. Sditorials "Give unto me made lowly wise the Spirit of self-sacrifice; The confidence of reason give; And in the light of truth Thy Bondman let me live!" Wordsworth. Budge Vines and Co. rE count now stands at three apiece. With comple- tion of their sixth match at Cincinnati which Ells- worth Vines won 7-5 2-6 6-4 the two barnstorming tellis stars Vines and Don Budge are knotted in their series. Most amazing fact however is the tremendous in- terest taken in the matches. At the first two battles in New York and Boston n total of 20000 fans attend- ed. Similar crowds have watched the two aces wher- ever they have played. People no longer consider tennis a sissy game. It now ranks with basketball track and baseball as n gruelling physically exhausting sport. When professional stars such as Budge and Vines race madly about a large court for two and sometimes three hours blasting a tennis ball back at sixty and seventy m...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 21 January 1939

-! S""tt i 7'. 1 ' ' ii ft''1 THE H-S U BRAND rt RANCHERS SPLIT TWO -GAME SERIES WITH ST. MARY'S Ffom Th SIDELINE: By BILL AMO Sports Editor Next fnll'a grid enrd underwent an- other revision during tho past week. This time the change involved Cen- tennry San Francisco and New Mex- ico A&M in the early stages of the rugged slate. Tho Gentlemen origin- ally scheduled for September 30 will be encountered on tho preceding Sat- urday San Francisco moved into Centenary's former spot and tho Ag- gies are tentatively slated for No- vember 18. While these gridiron maneuvers were being made a big movement was in progress at a Wichita Falls to arrange a Hardln-Simmons-Tex-as A&M game there on October 14. The alumni of both schools held several lengthy confabs in an effort to renew the rivalry but to no avail. Instead of meeting a southwestern team -the Aggies booked Villanova for the Hose Fes- tival at Tyler. The last Cowboy- A&M set-to October 3 1936 end- ed in a 3-0 verdict for ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 21 January 1939

THE H-S U BRAND t Page 4 H-S. U. Library Collections Include Some Rare l Aft AAA I ' ' " ' ' ' II i I I I i . Contains 30000 Books Periodicals Leading Source For West Texas History Br JACK GARDNER Begun with a nucleus of 3000 vol- umes by Dr. R. Simmons for whom tho Institution was named the li brary of Hardln-Slmmons contains approximately 30000 books nnd bound periodicals. At present there are 26183 accessioned volumes be- sides newspaper files. Tho total holdings run above 30000. Thcso have been 585 books acquired during this semester. Of this 586 100 of these wero physical education books acquired from tho collection of R. N. Sandlin. Much of tho growth has been within tho past decaro as only 10000 volumes wero moved when the library went Into its present home in 1026. Tho Sarah Anna Simmons collec- tion named for tho founder's daugh- ter Is only ono of many Important contributions. Most outstanding is thata made by tho Honorable R. C. Crane of Sweetwater an authority on history...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 4 February 1939

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 4 February 1939

.Vs-.ir wjftrtfr j - 'V vv sr jv THE H-S U BRAND ytr'f-if il jsr wwtw "?' 'a t't isi ir if h j I -. W I' l1 Fi' . :: . -:! .'i- '-. t . . u B9i. . Ha. 'Editorials "That before living he'd learn how to live No end to learning: Earn the means first God surely will contrive Use for our earning." Robert Browning. February Short But Eventful DISTINCTION comes to everything in life even to months of the year. February stands out on the calendar for aevcral events that occurred in its . boundaries. George Washington added his bit to the prestige of the month by choosing Exchanges Campus Camera It Isn't Utopia but It hits closely at Hofstra College thirty miles from New York City. No major subject tin survov rnnrnDa. nml rn rflrtulrn.t to bo born on the 22nd. Following his footsteps another subjects except English and one other president Abraham Lincoln chose to celebrate his birth- language are forced on the students. uay anoui uus time 01 tne year the liitn. The greatest Degrees are given...

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