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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 19 May 1951

M C i" iPaftt 2 THE H-SU.BRAND Saturday May 19 1951 SPEECH STUDENTS HONORED AT TEA Six graduating speech majors 't : K 11. r'r u K V. J 1 u V l ? . Ifc' 4 . ; r. -t gq'ITORlALS... .. ; 3)eefz 3ab& Se&ietd ' ..; Medals awards and honors will be awarded to the liar-1 din-Simmons intellectuals come May 28. Among these are the Julius Nelson Olsen medal given to the senior student who has maintained the highest standing throughout his or her college course; and the Minter medal awarded to the student achieving the highest standard of scholarship for the year. Also there is given the William II. Atwell medal the W. C. Friley medal the Presley award the Alpha Psi Omega medal the Alpha Chi award the Delta Kappa Gamma award and the Beta Mu Kappa award. Those graduating with scholastic honors also will be presented that day. These range all the way from honors to the Cowboy band "to the one who writes the best musical composition for or- chestra to the students who have presented the ...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 19 May 1951

T Saturday. May 19 1951 THE H-SU BRAND Pa 3 a ' i if v v 'r j i o ft l n ;fV 7c Wright Slant By LLOYD WRIGHT Brand Sports Editor At the beginning of this school year Frank Freer Billy Phillips and George Smith repeatedly told me that they were going to win the Border Conference crown . . . and they did exactly that last weekend out in Arizona much Goodfellow Loses Two To Pokes s The Hardin-Simmons Cowboys took a season ending double-header from the Goodfellow Sky Hawks Friday at Blue Sox stad- ium by the scores of 8-4 and 19-4. It was the second time of the season that Coach Joe Grba's crew had topped the Soldiers. The Pokes knocked over the Hawks earlier in San Angelo. In the first tilt the better of the two Ray Hibler went the distance on the mound giving up only four runs on as many hits. Shortstop Ronnie Sizemore third sacker Maurice Wagues- pack and center fielder Ralph Huffman paced the Ranchers in the hitting department with two blows apiece. Catcher Drennen "Goober" Daves hi...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 19 May 1951

'(JWI-TI Page 4 THE H-SU BRAND Saturday May 19 1951 ..i ' Larry Fitzgerald To Head KHSU LARRY FITZGERALD Larry Fitzgerald sophomore from Phaladelphia Pa. will be station manager of the campus radio station KHSU during the summer months according to Bruce Brooks radio coordinator. Fitzgerald has been associated with the station for the past two years. At present he is special events director and sportscaster. Also associated with the Brand as sports- writer Fitzger- ald has a double major in sociol- ogy and radio. He is minoring in journalism and English and is a member of the press Colts ra- dio and Yankee clubs. KHSU will go off the air to- day at 4:30 p. m. to complete the regular semester broadcasting. The summer programs will begin June 4 he said. Approximately the same broadcasting hours will be scheduled on school nights. A staff has not yet been ap- pointed Fitzgerald said. Students wishing to work in the radio station can sign up for Radio 211 or 221 and receive one hour's c...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 26 May 1951

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 26 May 1951

& .y 'Ftft Me THE H-SU BRAXf D Saturday May 28 1S51 EDITORIALS.... Tonight in Rose field house the Ex-students association will hold a banquet honoring the graduating seniors. The banquet will begin at 6:30 p. ra. Every year tha ex-students sponsor a banquet for the graduates and oftentimes the banquets are not very well attended. For some reason the seniors can't find the time to wedge it in on thefr schedules. Tickets may be obtained free from Kenneth Hill ex-student executive secretary and ample space -will be provided for each graduating senior wishing to attend. The exes want the seniors to attend or there would be no banquet. The event will markthe official change of prospective graduates from students to "veterans." An ex-student re- ception is planned for 5 :30 p. m. and graduates will be for- mally welcomed into the ranks of the exes. Although the theme of the banquet centers around the teaching profession discussions will be aimed at all graduating seniors. The banquet...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 26 May 1951

; .; a-fi-irer .-' yJ' rf- ' .f L.&U U- - ni . If . Saturday May 21. 1851 THE H-SU BRAND FffS 7 . k ' 1 f ! t 'J 4 I 'I Si HI tf giving ti fitz J By LARRY FITZGERALD Brand Sports Writer They've got the FBI in base- ball now. Not actually in the game itself but checking on major league baseball broadcasts on major networks. Two radio stations one in Ohio and one in Missouri have filed against major league clubs. They wanted to broadcast other base- ball games and were stopped by the local club. We think that major league baseball broadcasts should con- tinue. Now-a-days people all over the United States can listen to their favorite ball club every day. If this were stopped we are sure that the old fans and the new ones created by these broad- casts would rise up in rebellion. Athletes Present Trophies Saturday Hardin-Simmons athletes were honored at the final chapel pro- gram of the semester last Sat- urday. John T. Ford Cowboy quarter- back and ace passer presented to the univer...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 26 May 1951

H?'Tr f - Jir?ni II il lliiaWWMWMMIiyWHWWPllWW ! i THE H-SU BRAND Saturday May at 1M1 t$ tt V A VM .; u f i p. Top Sports Stories of Year Reviewed By Brand Writers Top sports stories of 1950-51 season appearing in the Hardin-X Simmons Brand were selected by the sports staff this week to ring down the curtain on the newspaper's coverage of H-SU athletics. Receiving the blue ribbon award was the story in the December 9 issue COWBOYS TROUNCE TECH BEFORE HOMECOMING EXES. "The Cowboys played their best game of the year and thrilled a homecoming crowd of approxi- mately 9000 by upsetting their arch rivals the Texas Tech Red Raiders 28-13. "The Pokes netted over 200 yards on the ground and display- ed a defense seldom seen this sea- son as they completely controll- ed a tlame dedicated to the membory of a former teammate Dale Witcher. Witcher died as a By WRIGHT and FITZGERALD result of a hunting accident Nov- ember 24." Second Place Squeezing into the second place position came the Februa...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 26 May 1951

ri-mt$r 4-- - " r gadhwUy May at ltSl THE H-1U BRAND Hw !' W j ft i y ' Tuffy Model Student Gets Honorary Degree By BOB MOATES 53 Tuffy a dog which has been attending classes library and chapel services for four years at Hardin-Simmons has received his reward an honorary degree. The degree was conferred Tues- day by President Rupert N. Richardson. Other more serious degrees will be granted to stu- dents Monday. "Tuffy has been a leader in campus life for four years and we feel that he has earned an honorary degree in campusology" Richardson smiled as he present- ed the award. The studious canine has been well known for the time that he actually has spent in classrooms with his masters John T. Ford and Eugene Offield of Brecken- ridge. Thus he has been given a chance to prove to teachers that though he didn't always pay at- tention he tried not to divert the attention of his fellow students. He usually slept until the lecture was over. No doubt you have heard of those students who ca...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 26 May 1951

I I ;-i ... I. ' I 1 1- ji i ii ii t f i i H i nmn mil mil lnMiMrjiW iCIlwUMWWIHIIIWWUlWIWIHlllllHlllnllwiaiMliljim 1 THE H-1U BRAND Saturday May 21 1H1 V k I" I. r. i" U: v Ui I . l-i" rv i M 291 Degrees To Be Given At Commencement Exercises A total of 291 students will receive degrees in the spring commencement exercises to be held in Behrens chapel Mdhday at 10:00 a. m. according to A. B. Lee registrar. A breakdown of the degrees to be presented shows 50 students receiving Master's degrees 94 receiving Bachelor of Arts de- Sreeg 82 receiving Bachelor of cience degrees 51 receiving Bachelor of Business Administra- tion degrees and 14 receiving Bachelor of Music degrees. BA Degrees Bachelor of Arts degrees will be presented to Rudolph Adams Jr. James G. Anderson Jr. Nel- son Allison Walter Lee Andrews William R. Baker Richard L. Ballard Herbert W. Barker Louie Beam Elsie Buchwald Karmen Challacombe Curry Naomi Lee Chandler Victor F. Colborn. Bennie Jeannette Cook Pat Craig William ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 26 May 1951

IS Saturday May 21 11S1 THE H-SU BRAND Cowboy Band Is Named In Timt Rodto Article The Hardin-Simmons univer- sity Cowboy band is mentioned in the May 21 issue of Time in an article on the National Intercol- legiate Rodeo held May 9-13 in Fort Worth. The article accompanied by a picture of all-around champion cowboy Harley May of Sul Ross describes the growth of the three-year-old' NIRA and of the rodeo as a collegiate sport. The Hardin-Simmons band led the grand entry for each perfor- mance 'of the five-day show and appeared in the opening day parade in downtown Fort Worthr H-SU was also represented by three contestants Bill Guest Harold Wicker and Mary Lou Echols. Guest was announced as national collegiate bulldogging champion following the Fort Worth show. Television Station Shows Rodeo Shots Shots of the Hardin-Simmons rodeo were shown on television by WOAI-TV last Sunday night according to information received from L. E. Orr San Antonio cameraman. Orr was on the cam- pus during ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 26 May 1951

:. N y . I!. - Response To Expansion Program Reported Good Response to the multi-million dollar long-range expansion pro- gram for Hardin-Simmons uni- versity has been very good ac- cording to Raymond W. Foy member of the board of trustees and chairman of the development plan committee. "We have found an unusually honest and particular interest among those contractu iur eventual fulfillment of the devel- opment program" he said. "Key individuals in West Texas' are welcoming the idea of an ex- panded educational center at H-SU." The' program which was initiat- ed about a year ago envisions for the Liberal Arts university and expanded faculty an im- provement of academic standards an increase in the student body of approximately one-third and an improved physical planplus the addition of professional schools for medicine law and engineering. Medical School "Of special interest to the majority of those contacted has been the idea of a medical school and aUied hospital center to serve t...

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

'A. --I 'ft n "-. SjtUtd VoL XXXV H-SU ABILENE TEXAS FRIDAY. AUGUST 3 1951 NO. 39 i Former Brorico Editor Appointed To High Job James Martin former editor of the Bronco and staff member of the Brand was appointed to the 1951-1952 Board of' Direc- tors of the American Association of Industrial Editors according to President Daniel E Rehner. Martin who graduated in 1928 was also vice-president of the Ex- Students Association and staff member of the Corral university literary magazine. Election to the Board of Direc- tors of AAIE a national associa- tion of editors at company pub- lications is the highest recog- nition bestowed by the organiza- tion. Martin who has published newspapers at McCamey Brady Childress and Snyder has been editing the Electric Times West Texas Utilities publication for the past six years. "His present appointment to the AAIE comes as the result of a sincere and ac- tive participation in sharing the progress of industrial editing" Mr. Rehner said. ' Martin's fa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 3 August 1951

V 'J THE K-SU BRAND Friday. August 3 1951 i1 y l i j EDITORIALS.... - (leally 'JUey jba! Times change! Regardless of what people may try to do to keep times from changing they do." As long as the 'sun shines and the rains fall people will do different things eat different foods and think different thoughts. Types of music entertainment arid pleasures have other meanings' to different people in different centuries. Today we enjoy radio talking movies and even tele vision in some parts of the. country. Whereas only forty or fifty years ago people didn't "have these things. But now they are here we should be thankful and respect them. If a few smart people hadn't looked ahead in the future a few years ago such things as the automobile and elec- tricity would not be playing a major role in our every- day life. We would be definitely behind the times! But people didn't and there are more and more good inventions on their way today. People of today have realized to some extent at least th...

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

Friday August 3 1951 k THE H-SU BRAND xfc fB!l'' Sk ?r'T 1 -m-m--mmmmmmmmmmmmmmt K ' ' JH 0l WE HAVE ACQUIRED a few "pet peaves" during our 4short journalism career. One of these we are sure you know is the emphasis put on football at H-SU while other sports go lacking. We'll let that stand for awhile though. Another is that intramural sports have not had the recognition that they deserve. True progress is being made. A survey of last year would prove that point. Mr. Otho Polk head of the physical education department and last year's intramural sports director J. B. Gibbs did a very fine job. Last year's program was definitely well rounded from any sense of the word. There was touch football in the fall fcasketbal in the winter and Softball in the spring. What more could a person ask? Here's what. What about having awards in one form d another given to the wining team in each sport. They could be gold footballs basketballs or whatever the ase may be. This way the players on the team...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 3 August 1951

Pff 4 THE H-SU BRAND Friday August 3 1S51 JUST SUPPOSE Abilene Hall had elfevators. Bob King could work a jig-saw puzzle ALONE. Bill Bedinger had taken over the Cowgirl band. Carl Painter's middle name weren't Webster. Everybody closed up shop and went home. They weren't taking so long to plaster Hunter Hall. Somebody knew what the "9's" stood for. Rodger Paulding weren't such a literary genious. Max Box hadn't played against his old teammates In San Angelo. 'The flagpole were as straight as a flagpole. There was some news. Lawrence Webb had a red hat too. Somebody knew I. C. ItAll's real name. Somebody wrote a letter to the editor. Cotton MacBeth weren't such a lover. Gus Langwell was Dr. Lunday's right hand man. Jerry Phillips dated the wrong Harkins twin. Charles "Little" Biddy knew the score. George Fewell were as big a lover as he thinks he is. Chick Tiger could play ping pong. Ben Neidecken were the torpedo man for Mickey Cohen. Jerald May really were a playboy and cowboy comb...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 15 September 1951

ji0jlk v. SacikcI V M& c Vol. XXXVI H-SU ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 15 1951 NO. 1 c Pep Rally To Be Held Thursday Hardin-Simmons cheerleaders will be decked out in a new uni- forms Thursday when students give the Cowboy football team a farewell rally at the Abilene air- port Nancy Roberts head cheer- leader reports. The rally will begin at 7:30 a. m. just before the players leave for Los Angeles and a tilt with the College of the Pacific Satur- day night. Students are asked to meet in front of Mary Frances Hall at 7 a. m: Those students who own automobiles are asked to bring them. The uniforms identical to those worn by cheerleaders in 1949-50 are gold with purple fringe col- lar belt boots and embroidery. Boys will wear gold trousers and the girls gold culottes. The name hi each pepster will be embroid- eried on the back of the shirt. Also to be worn by cheerlead- ers are purple coveralls identical to those worn last year. Cheerleaders for the coming year include Miss Rob...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 15 September 1951

Pftft 2 THE H-IU BRAND Saturday gtpitambar IS H51 y EDITORIALS.... S fyan HefUtH&id Only For many students appearing on the campus this week will be the beginning of what is hoped to be four years of college life. These students called freshmen will during their college careers go through the same joys sorrows and good times as students through the years. Some will have to leave perhaps in the middle of a semester to take up arms for Uncle Sam. Too many will drop out along the way because of marriage financial reasons or just plain laziness. But nevertheless those who stay and "stick it out" will have something to show for the hard times and worried minds. These new students after a short while will realize that H-SU has a spirit that is hard to beat at any institu- tion in the nation. Built by friendliness cooperation and down-to-earth hard work this spirit is one of the tradi- tions that make any college great. This school spirit many people think is demonstrated only at athle...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 15 September 1951

Saturday JUptomiter 15 1851 THE H-SU BRAND 9: i V . V . ' vAy-"' y ... (HVHN(G 9E ' FATE By LARRY FITZGERALD THERE IS ONE SEASON of the year on the HardiiPSim- mons campus when everybody takes a strong and vital interest in one sport. Namely football. For many years football and H-SU have been synonomous. This is mainly because Hardin-Simmons has produced some great teams and some outstanding members of those teams. Names like Clyde (Bulldog) Turner "Doc" Mobley Wilton (Hook) Davis and John (Model T) Ford are just a few. Hardin-Simmons has come a long way from that first foot- ball team until now H-SU is'classified as a "major" school. That is to say H-SU plays a major schedule. This means that at last half of the opponents played must be classified as "major." v People all over the United States have heard of H-SU mostly for no other reason than football itself. So speaking to all the incoming freshmen and transfers when H-SU is playing a football game do your "darnest" to see each...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 15 September 1951

Pa 4 THE H-SU BRAND Saturday Stptanb IS 1W1 3 Warren B. Woodson Cowboy Mentor Has Wealth of Experience Warren B. Woodson athletic director and head football coach at Hardin-Simmons University may not have on hand as much material as he has had in the past as he directs the . Cowboys on the gridiron this fall. But he will have on hand a wealth of coach- ing experience. Woodson is starting his 24th year of coaching his eighth as head foreman at the Cowboy school. Woodson has been using the T formation ever since he first started his coaching career at Texarkana Junior College in 1927. Cowboy fans will tell you that the Baptists employ the intricate precision-timed Warren B. Wood- son Winged T formation and in the same breath they will tell you that Woodson's baffling spreads and the concentration of amazing power over holes creat- ed by shifting line gap is regard- ed in the nation as a major ad- vancement in the T-system. Two Championships Woodson has directed the Cow- boys to two ou...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 15 September 1951

lalturday September IS 1151 THE H-SU BRAND rnii At H-SU Sub-Station Good Memories Help Co-eds Sort Letters m I1.wHBi;iCTMHHHISSSSeiHBSSSSff ..nffiKIHKXmHH ii t?j-'' '71? K wyJf iiKliHiHHiBiBiBiBiBiBiBiBl 'mlBliuiBHHflKiHaHiKniBiBiBwV v& ' t V sibibibibibibibibibibibibH Hf 'TilWPflBBiMWMWMWMWMWMWMWMM &$(LWX MMMLvKMRnHHRf ' S(t'&& WKfSKKKKSSSKKmStSSmKKKISSKKKf BEHIND THE WINDOWS in iho post office sub station on the H-SU campus are junior Joyce Horn loft and senior Nora Beth Fuller right. Both are among the four co-ods who daily sort and put up mail in iho station. Besides having to know the 550 boxes and holders each girl must re- member changes of addresses. The station located in iho snack bar is operated by the United Stales government and has all iho advantages of a larger station. Money orders besides air mail special delivery and packages may be sent from iho station. 'One of the Best' Music School Offers Up-To-Date Education Students who have chosen the field o...

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