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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 15 September 1951

Pace I THE H-SU BRAND Saturday. September 15 1851 New Library Alcoves N Ready For Use This Fall Two new library alcoves in Sandefer Memorial library will be ready for use during the fall semester Miss Thelma Andrews librarian announces. Both al- coves are donations of patrons of the school. A new reference section is be- ing furnished by an Abilene ex- student. A current periodicals section equipped with a specially designed record album cabinet is the gift of Mrs. Bernard Hanks of Abilene president of the Re- porter Publishing Co. The library which contains 60000 volumes has been a selec- tive government depository since 1940. It has a total of some 6500 volumes in government publica- tions and receives about 2000 selected publications yearly from all government issuing agencies. The Crane collection of south- western historical material is also included in the library. The volumes were bought by the uni- versity in 1925 and since that time other books have been added to the origin...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 15 September 1951

i Saturday Sptmbr 15 1951 Authority On History Richardson Is National Figure Dr. Rupert N. Richardson president of Hardin - Simmons University is one of those rare persons who stayed at home and became a national figure. West Texas is home to the noted historian and he has been associated with! Hardin-Simmons since 1907 when he entered the school as a prep student. Except for graduate study and summer teaching in larger universities he has remained here since. Yet his extensive research and writ- ings have made him a recognized authority on history especially that of the Southwest. Dr. Richardson has often been described as a historian who ' lives and thinks in the present. His dry wit effective speaking manner and inexhaustible sup- ply of stories and legends of the West make him a popular public speaker. Recognized as a scholar his learning is liberally flavored with down-to-earth wit. Literary Works "Adventuring With a Purpose" the life story of Baptist philanth- ropist Arthur Le...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 15 September 1951

THE H-IU BRAND '. ML ' " ' " ' SS Saturday September 15 lfll McCLURE TO DIRECT COWGIRL BANDSTERS Marion B. McClure director of the H-SU Cowboy Band has as- sumed the directorship of the Cowgirl Band for the coming year. H. Bryce Jordan director of the girls' band since 1949 has been granted a year's leave of absence to continue work on his doctor's degree. McClure professor of band in- struments took his bachelor of music degree from Simmons Uni- versity in 1933 and his master of music from Vandercook School of Music in 1946. He has been director of the Cowboy Band since 1934. Jordan will work on his doc- tor's degree in musicology at the University of North Carolina. He served this summer as music director at the University Baptist i Church and is assistant professor of music education and music literature at H-SU. A graduate of the University of Texas Jordan was flute soloist with the university symphonic band and orchestra and Radio House orchestra. He is a resident of Abilene an...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 22 September 1951

ija1 ?' . 1 t v "i i ft Siand IV VoL XXXVI H-SU ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 22 1951 NO. 2 Nl f H 6 University Reception Set Tuesday Students will be guests at the annual faculty reception which will be held Tuesday from 7:30 to 9:30 p. m. at Hunter Hall. Purpose of the reception is to give all students an opportunity to meet members of the faculty according to Suella Lacy chair- man of the faculty social commit- tee. Faculty members will be for- mally dressed. The receiving line will begin on the sidewalk in front of the dormitory and will continue into the parlor. The refreshment table will be centered with an arrangement of white and yellow rosebuds and white ribbon streamers. A silver punch bowl and candle holders will complete the table decora- tions. Heading the receiving line will be Dr. and Mrs. Rupert N. Rich- ardson Dr. and Mrs. Robert A. Collins Mr. and Mrs. T. Walton Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Stephenson Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Ledbetter Dr. and Mrs. Wiley D. Rich; Maude E. King ...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 22 September 1951

Fa 4 THE H-SU BRAND Saturday September 22 1951 EDITORIALS.... With the beginning of classes and the hum-drum of back-to-school activities just about over students on the forty acres will be settling down to a more civil life includ- ing for the most part attendance at classes and studying. Some people will take advantage of the opportunity for study and progress. Students are given two unexcused absenses in each class which should be enough for any person desiring a college education. But some are not satisfied with the two they want and usually take more. All of us once or twice run into a boring class during our college careers but some way suffer through them without excessive absenses. With some instructors absenses don't matter just as long as the student passes. However how many students have you known who make higher than average grades and ocntinually miss class? Not many we would say. Why be satisfied with a "C" average when with just a little extra effort you can make stra...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 22 September 1951

Saturday September 22 1951 THE H-SU BRAND Page 3 u J A rj f. . Cowpokes Open With GIVING 9E 4 .dpBSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSJE WE HAPPENED TO CATCH a Cowboy work out last Tues- day. Most of the afternoon was spent drilling the defense against College of the Pacific plays both on the ground and in the air. During the work out we overheard a conversation between Fullback Bill Davis and another fullback Mitch Malouf. "How many games are we going to win this year Mitch?" Davis asked. "How many do we play?" Malouf questioned. "Eleven." "Well" Malouf replied "we'll win twelve." From this conversation we gathered that the Pokes are in high spirits for the football season which is good. The team spirit and enthusiasm on a football team is an important and vital factor. You never can tell Mitch if H-SU does have an undefeat- ed season there might be a post season game. Let's hope so both ways. NEWSPAPER WRITERS on the West Coast are being op- timistic about the outcome of the H-SU COP game ton...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 22 September 1951

THE H-SU BRAND Saturday September 22 1951 Pag 2 Cowpoke Mentor Optimistic Person Warreh B. Woodson Hardin- Simmons University head coach by nature is an optimistic person. Letterman tackle Beau Cham- nnrmp. whn hnd fieured larffelv in the Cowboy football program this fall will not return to school. A "second letterman Bob Blair full- back and leading ground gainer last season graduated this sum- mer. Both are married men. "Ritrht other lettermen and four non-lettermen who had more eligibility will be wearing uni- forms of the armed services this fall instead of moleskins. John (Model T) Ford three times All- Border Conference quarterback passing star is gone along with eight other 1950 graduates. In addition only six of the 25 1950 freshmen numeral winners are returning. So Woodson who is starting his eighth year as head foreman on the Forty Acres where Bulldog Turner and Ed Sprinkle of the Chicago Bears first won their fame doesn't have much to be optimistic about. Eieht lettermen ...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 29 September 1951

7h& MZK tk StSUHtd 'W c VoL XXXVI H-SU ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 29 1951 NO. 3 m tA r nu H-SU Band To Appear At Trinity The Hardin-Simmons Cowboy Band under the direction of Marion McClure wil make its first offiical appearance of the season at Saturday's game in San Antonio between H-SU and Trinity University. Bill Woods member of last year's twirling trio will be lead- ing the band as drum major in a parade through downtown San Antonio before game time Satur- day. He and Naomi Zarbock new twirler from Wheaton 111. will also be seen in half-time perfor- mances with the band at the game. This will mark Miss Zarbook's first appearance with the band. The 18-year old twirler holds five national titles and has won 70 medals and 22 trophies in three years of twirling competi- tion. Delton Galloway and his train- ed horse Prince will also have a part in the half-time show at the game. Prince seen at last year's H-SU rodeo and at other band performances waltzes foxtrots tangoes ...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 29 September 1951

Saturday. September 29 1951 Page 2 THE H-SU BRAND EDITORIALS.... k "A" cMiifliel ducatian rr Since last week when we parted company with our .money at the business office after registration we have been wondering why higher education had gotten to be so much higher this semester. ' So we asked President Richardson about the matter the 15 per cent increase in our tuition and fees. And so we learned that Che Ilardin-Simmons enrollment has dropped 15 per cent since this time last year. In the corresponding time the expenses of the University showed no correspond- ing reduction. Ye old High cost of living has invaded the forty acres we are told. Under the standards of the Southern Association of Colleges and Universities Ilardin-Simmons was underpay- ing some teachers ahd overloading some others. These teaching troubles had to be ironed out this year and even with a faculty of eight less ful-time teachers the pay roll remains the same. . The student body we found out pays a sizeable par...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 29 September 1951

Saturday September 29 1951 THEH-SU BRANP V Page 3 v H i"T i YHfiCvMik "Nt-tEs " '. ohiVums t ONE RECORD THAT the Hardin-Simmons Cowboys add to every time they score any points during a football game is that of not being held scoreless by any team in their past 60 games. That includes the tilt with College of Pacific. Now here's what we are going to do. During the 1951 football season the first time that the Cowboys are held scoreless by any team we are going to shave off the mustache. That's right. The first time the Pokes fail to score against any of the ten teams remaining on the schedule the old "cookie duster" will come off. Just as soon as any goose egg game is thrown up against Warren B. Woodson's eleven we are going to give our buddy Lloyd Wright assistant Brand editor the prevlige of guiding the razor over the lip. Come on Cowboys! I like the mustache. EVEN THOUGH FOOTBALL season hasn't got into final swing yet practically every day if you happen to stop by Rose Field House ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 29 September 1951

Pag 4 THE H-SU BRAND Saturday September 21 1851 ibbbbbbK " rJrWr?' xSjliMBB o v w&fr " . H?r jfi uv xiubbbbbbbbSbSbwib9rra9bbbbW bbbbbbVbK-t i&BBBp ?iHibbSb&r Ti&v Sgs ' i&irib&toktL "' dMlSpHHVCT3Kb? bbbbbbbbt it x" vra& -?x j$"ftffejBHHtta&'i N't i. 1KmiJNPI3&l -. 2 xrfs:t2o ?f wKHH HL IStlfiVSlkfHbBHHlkkkkak " iJwHHra99HEiH X-v. . JHkkkBkkkkkkkH COWBOY CO-CAPTAINS Bill Cagle of Childress (left) and Cush Holder of Loving will lead the H-SU Cowboys during the 1951 season. Both two-year leitermen Cagle is an end and Holder a tackle. Both will see action tonight when the Pokes meet Trinity University Tigers in San Antonio Satur- day night. The game will be played in Alamo Stadium. i J4$1 On Campus Gridiron Football Co-Captains Are Congenial and Well-Liked Two of the most friendly and likeable chaps on the Hardin- Simmons football team tljis sea- son Bill Cagle and Cush Holder will co-captain the Cowboys during the 1951 season. Smiling Bill is as po...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 29 September 1951

Saiurd&y September 28 1951 THE H-SU BRAND COWGIRL MEMBERS Jackie Brasher Gonora Brown and Juanita Minatra shown above 'left to right welcome sophomore Dolores Williamson at their annual tea held Monday in Hunter Hall. Fresmen and transfer students were honored from 4 to 5 p. m. and uppercldssmen were served from 5 to 6 p. m. Twenty-nine pledged the organization. Pledge activities began Wednesday will be con- cluded Saturday night with a dinner to be held at the Windsor Hotol. Mina Matthews is president of the organization. e Mm m (MUHusud. jo. o 9nduct29 NeuiMemhenA Twenty-nine new members of Cowgrils girl's spirit organiza- tion will be formally initiated Saturday night at a dinner to be held in the Windsor Hotel Mina Matthews president announces. Pledge activities which began Wednesday will end with the dinner. Members will attend church Sunday in a body. Pledges were required to go without makeup and to refrain from speaking to boys the en- tire week besides bowing and scrapi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 29 September 1951

V THE H-SU BRAND ANOTHER ILLINI is Naomi Zarbock who wiU be a solo per- former wilh Ihe Hardin-Simmons Cowboy Band when it appears in San Antonio Saturday. The national VFW twirling champion from Wheaton 111. will appear with the Cowboy musicians in a downtown parade and in half-time performance at the H-SU-Trinity. game. The 18-year-old baton artist comes to Texas with an impressive list of twirling honors. In addition to the VFW title she has won championships in the St. Paul Winter Carnival the Chicagoland Music Festival South Milwaukee contest and East Meets West national contest. She replaces Norma Kniffen a native of Chicago and twirler for the band fqur years. Dr. Boyd Has Fun On European Trip "During my travels in Europe this summer I met no important people nor did I find any solu- tions to world problems" Dr. Katharine Boyd told students in chapel Tuesday "but I did have fun." Dr. Boyd in her address gave a brief report on conditions as she saw them in her travels in Engla...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 29 September 1951

Saturday September 29. 1851 THE H-SU BRAND HJ y I K Installation Held For Y W A Officers Johnnie Barnhart was installed as president of the Ann Hassel- tine Y.W.A. Tuesday night in the little auditorium of Caldwell Hall. Mrs. O. B. Woodrum president .of the associational W.M.U. pre- sided at the installation of the new officers for the group. Officers also installed include Clarrisa Jones vice-president; Barbara Jones secretary; Wanda Burdick general missions; Joyce Overstreet community missions; Joy Browning devotional vice- president; Nita Grimes social chairman. Elizabeth Bridges publicity; Barbara Nichols "Window" rep- resentative; Jody Nipp pianist; Jeri Ely Song leader; and circle chairmen for Smith Hall Loretta White; for Mary Frances Hall Jennine Banta; and for Hunter Hall Dorothy Howry. The installation was built around the addition of accessories to a basic dress which was modeled by Beverly Geisendorff. Each officer after taking the charge of her position added some acces...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 29 September 1951

THE H-SU BRAND Saturday September 29 1951 Page 8 PEP RALLY SET FOR THURSDAY Pep rally for the Hardin-Sim-mons - Midwestern University clash will be held Thursday at 7 p. m. in the Corral Nancy Rooerts head cheerleader re- ports. The first night rally was con- ducted from the Corral last Thursday night in preparation for the H-SU-Trinity game. Plans for future pep rallies in- cludes skits presented by various clubs Miss Roberts announces. o THE WRIGHT SLANT (Continued from Page 2) as we make our "beat" the H-SU campus striving to find the news behind the news . . . not particu- larly slanting it the Wright way but presenting an accurate re- port of the inside little known events that will affect you as an H-SU student . . . actually giving you the "RIGHT slant o Don't miss Kyle Yates at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. daily. 1952 EDITION 4 ft VV 1952 EDITION A- li IV mm HORACE HEIDT SHOW RALPH SIGWALD RICHARD MELARI JACKIE JOSLIN LILA JACKSON IOU DIMAGGIO BUD MESSENIE JOHNNY STANDLEY HEIDT S...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 6 October 1951

' ; . Ssmtul c VoL XXXVI H-SU ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY OCTOBER G 1951 NO. 4 c A Mf " DORIS CRUDGINGTON . . . lo appear on Heidi show BAND SONGSTRESS WILL APPEAR ON HEIDT PROGRAM Doris Crudgington Cowboy and Cowgirl Band songstress was among three of 79 acts chosen to appear on the Horace Heidt Original Youth Opportunity pro- gram to be held in Rose Field House Oct. 15 it was announced Tuesday. Miss Crudgington a sophomore from Breckenridge besides sing- ing for the bands served as social chairman for the freshman class last year. Other winners in the Monday auditions given by Paul Brown Horace Heidt representative in Caldwell Hall were Terral Row- lett harmonica player from Sweetwater; and Gerald Scoggin and Jim Houston Abilene Chris- tian College students who pre- sented a comedy and novelty act featuring banjos. Approximately 143 performers in various acts tried out for the show. Auditions wthich began at 4 p. m. lasted until 11 p. m. These three will appear on the Oct. 15 show and ...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 6 October 1951

Pit 2 THE H-SU BRAND Saturday October 0 1951 EDITORIALS... -k ic Surely everyone on the campus will agree that the Cowboy footbalUteam did a bang-up 'job Saturday night. The score certainly proved it. But one group on the forty acres that same night told those of us who couldn 't go to the Alamo city all about the game. KHSU campus radio station earned the game by de- layed broadcast and the staff did more than a creditable job of it. In fact they did such a good job few people knew it was by wire rather than by direct broadcast. Sound effects excellent coverage by Western Union and a grand job of announcing made the broadcast possible. Staff members worked late and hard in recording halftime activities in getting the right sound effects and coming through with the tedious details of the broadcast. Surely if a gang of kids on the campus is willing to put so much time effort and originality into such a pro- gram it is up to the university to see that other such games are given to KHS...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 6 October 1951

Saturday October 6 1951 THE H-SU BRAND ? 3 ajjSj--; guv inch ? fsK'' p!i3 IP If II Jfcr By LARRY FITZGERALD THE COWBOYS PULLED an upset last week in San An- tonio that people will be talking about for a long time around the Alamo City. Actually the Cowpokes were two to three touchdowns underdogs when they entered the city. Chester Lyssy really put on a show for the home town folks that night. Chet played his high school football at Hot Wells High. This boy Lyssy is going to be one of the outstanding players for the Ranchers this year. He might even be selected on the BC all-conference squad. We'd like to thank the Cowboys for saving the mustache last week too. Co-captain Cush Holder tells us that Jimmy Riddle Poke quarterback should feel at home when the Woodsonmen play the Midwestern Indians in Wichita Falls Saturday. Riddle now a senior lettered two years in high school for the Wichita Falls Coyotes in district 2AA. The Coyotes were district champions both years but lost to Odessa...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 6 October 1951

Pff4 THE H-SU BRAND Saturday Octoner 8 1951 tf-ootLall ManaaeM Wobk JtandF Ane Pali cd Athletic Succell COWBOY ATHLETES GENE OFFIELD Gene Offield a two-year letter- man from Breckenridge is truly one of the outstanding pass re- ceivers and defensive players for the H-SU Cowboys. He caught 22 passes for 283 yards and two touchdowns last year. Offield looked good as line- backer last year and is filling his position as offensive and de- fensive Right End this year. He has intercepted two passes for a total of eleven yards this year. One of these interceptions came in the H-SU-Trinity game when H-SU was trailing 6 to 0. It changed the tide for the Cowboys and they went on to vin the game 20-6. Offield was captain of the un- defeated and untied 1948 fresh- man team. He is mean on defense as well as offense. He is an ex- cellent student and a student leader. He is 23 years old five feet eleven inches tall and weighs 190 pounds. He is a senior. He is married. Official Cage Practice Schedu...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 6 October 1951

Saturday October I 1951 THE H-SU BRAND i MMM MM r Br ' 'jflt'KlfllFnmliiiNl9HR&yH JftlifcBISiEMyHWiB mNi Mil B. Ill S fl'lllllliliiiA.- HPI '$Mm$E$mmMWMBKHUUm m ilB I m lit? m iff Imls&SHRI ' f3 I sHhSISIHBN If S I B IM III HflHr -- !l HiSWHll 1 Erf IMHFli if' - . . ;Mr ' Ip tinH iri K! KIH n w 1 1 I - HsHHHIIIIfllflilll BBBBBMBBBBBBBBMBBBBBBBBI "CESIUM IS PLACED about tho middle of the periodic table" explains Mrs. Wilma Collier of the chemistry department to Verdoll Rice lab instructor for freshman chamistry. Mrs. Collier is using the helix built by Marvin Dunn to illustrate the position of cesium in relation to other elements. The helix is built of 16 silver-colored rods and contains 96 balls one for each of the chemical elements of the periodic tablo. The complicated gadget is being used by the chemistry department to clarify the mystery of the periodic arrangement of elements to freshman chemistry classes Additional Officers Named for Band Barbara Davis senior baritone ...

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