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

THE H-IU BIUM D "r Ocidc I Wi c j . .?... ... . .... m-. mifitu.viittiif jr-- r HIHIteMiiiilifl'ijKHi JP.MiUb60R ''SB'S THE UNIVERSITY QUARTET as seen during an informal rehearsal looks like this. The singers are left to right Judson Prince second ienor; Billy Bob O'Brien first tenor; BUI Hardage bass; and JNorman Ward baritone. The quartet is scheduled lo appear at the Baptist General Convention of New Mexico in Clovis N. M Oct. 15-17. Possibly in preparation for that appearance quartet members were sporting new suits this week as they sang for the spiritual orientation programs. The outfits include maroon slacks gray tweed jackets and solid color gold ties worn with white shirts. Veteran Students May Have Delay In Payment Veterans enroled in Hardin- Simmons may have to wait -some time for their monthly subsist- ance checks according to a bulle- tin from the Veterans Adminis- tration of Dallas received by Dean Robert 'A. Collins. First .checks will be available Nov. 15 and will con...

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 — 6 October 1951

' iidhwur Qctow mi THE H-tU BRAND Sp&Ul Common 9iUteit AmOHXj ClaU Jleadete ' ; 12 By LEO Class presidents Bill Cook Willard Pratt Riley Cross and Phil Briggs senior through fresh- . man respectively definitely are .interested in sports activities'. Each of them has participated in high school or college sports in- cluding varsity and intramural. Cook senior class president from Little Rock Ark. has participat- ed in intramural softball and basketball while on the campus of H-SU. He is a mission volun- teer and plans to enter the min- istry after-graduation. Cook spent this summer in Alaska doing mission work for the BSU. He was sent on behalf of the students at Hardin-Simmons. He is an English major and has a minor in history and Bible. Enlistment Chairman A member of Life Service Band 'and Ministerial Council he is enlistment chairman for the BSU organization on the campus. He is also secretary- treasurer for the Ferguson Hall Council. He was graduated from Little Rock High Sc...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 6 October 1951

THE H-MJ MUUfD Imbu OcUfcw t IK a Yotts Ctlk Witatssts Itftrt Choptl Awditnct Four witnesses each proclaim- ing the powers of God were call- ed before the chapel audience Tuesday. by Dr. Kyle M Yates speaker for Spiritual Orientation Week. The four Biblical charac- ters were Mary Magdalene the thief on the cross David and Nicodemus. Dr. Yates opened with a ques- ton "What is God Like?" He used the illustration of a child drawing a picture of God then of Go4 through yoUr life; your acuons everyining youao snows how God looks to you." The witnesses came to tell wliat God was like to them and what he had done for them. Mary Magdelene recalled to the aud- ience her encounter with Jesus along the Palestine Road and how she had suddenly drawn to . .him. Through him she found love and happiness' she had searched for so long. The thief on the cross a federal criminal who had been con- demned td die was the next to take the witness stand. He told of liis experience on the cross wait- ing to ...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 13 October 1951

SjuhuI m& T VoL XXXVI H-SU. ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY OCTOBER 13 1951 NO. 5 c iiiiimwi ana ii w i n i mwnii - 'TT :' "rr-rv " ' syWwsws KiHHtf " HI H H HvSBSflS'"'-' M fte?!'''. Mill HKSHnH Hi HB h SlBHHHVryx v n .i si MMKliiHHH' ;" mx. B :9k SBsBHBHtisliHKJL' "yds - JPr ' - vwJvflBBJIr "Mi HI H H sS3 y lifelBiivH i&nl i k? . '. $1 if i VHVflHlimA nil' '.HlHlHWl & 4&u;;MWmi l JHHP awwl H Wm m HHHh x- w.Hfis&?N viHl iv HHBrnPcKjHKRukcVV A .yivSs SPI5Hawi sw .jHk& v. Ik HFVHVHHHHH! ftP-' AflHHHiB9HsHiKHlHHHHHH1HHH mx.. - IHHHHlliraBiSIHHHHHHHl hhhVhVhVhVhhhhWi mwKSmmlMMWMWBKHmlmk HmHWHWHWHMHmS ; IfiiKlM HHHrHTSHWmiSP m HHJHHHHHJlHHnWnHnWHll HPVAHHHHHHVHlWHIHVHuBmliiHl HHHHHHHHHHHHHHHii":C:;l;.:;:a HHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHnHfflHwraHHHHHHHHHHHHKl HPI HHHHJHHHHHHHHHHHjHHHHHJHJIHwWKffffffi - 'h&vj" PICTURE TAKING IN ABILENE Taking scenes for a film which will receive naiionwide dis- tribution is pictured above. It is a pari of the work required for making Billy Graha...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 13 October 1951

Paff 2 THE H-SU BRAND Saturday October 13 1851 EDITORIALS.... IZ HMPI Publicity PUu The world !s first Christian western Billy Graham's "Mr. Texas" proved Thursday night that such productions can be good artistically as well as spiritually speaking. Of course part of the thrill of seeing the film on the forty acres was seeing the Cowboy Band the six white horses and the locale of Hardin-Simmons as a part of the story. We are proud of the part H-SU had. in.the production of "Mr. Texas". We are glad to know that we have some- thing here that leaders Hko Billy Graham would want in a movie of the "Mr. Texas" type. Because of the great popular appeal of Billy Graham and' the value of Graham's film efforts we know that the movie will be shown all over the United States. And we ap- preciate the fact that a small bit of advertising for H-SU will be carried in that film. Directors of the movie estimate that before the film finishes its run in America alone it will have shown to over a millio...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 13 October 1951

Saturday October 13 1151 THE H-IU BRAND Pat a I J GIVING T FITZ. By LARRY FITZGERALD sv-5- MtJ vm WE WERE FORTUNATE to witness the H-SU Midwestern football game last week and were in town for the pre-game parade and pep rally held on the main floor of the Kemp Hotel in Wichita Falls. The people in the town were really keyed up for the game. All day long Saturday one could feel the excitement in the air and the expectancy before the ball game. t All you had to do was announce that you were from Hardin- Simmons or Abilene and a local Wichitan would always ask: "What about that game tonight. Midwestern's got a good team." This was an unusual day. Never before can we remember a town where the Cowboys were playing such as Wichita Falls were exictement dominated the local scene. This made a few wonder and remark: "I sure hope that we could play more games next year close to home." Midwestern could easily become a rivalry large enough to overshadow that of Texas Tech. You know back in the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 13 October 1951

Fat 4 THE H-SU BRAND Saturday October 13 1951 COWBOY ATHLETE l iiiiiiHBiiiiifliHKkiniiiiiiH miHiiiH HHHHIlHiu. vs;flSIIIIIIIIIIIIH HHHHHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIB bBBHr WJBbW BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBhMM: Bob Hart a three year letter- man from Levelland is filling the quarterback position for the Cow- boys this year replacing John (Model T) Ford. Hart lettered three years in football at Level- land and was an All-district 5-A performer. Hart a physical education ma- jor and an economics minor let- tered four years in basketball and track while attending high school. When he came to the forty acres he continued in these sports. He lettered two years in basket- ball for the Cowboys his fresh- man and sophomore years and was on the track team. He ran the 100-yard dash 440-yard relay and broad jump. Hart is truly an outstanding footballer for the Pokes and has possibilities of Border Confer- ence recognition. He has tossed 32 passes for 184 yards and one touchdown this year. Only two of the pas...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 13 October 1951

f4t' J . u .? ' fc ' Saturday October 13 1951 MM LU - ' " ' " "--MWWWWWWMMWMMliMWMMWWWWWWMWWBMMMMiM. . ' HMHHMR H 1IMIIII ill I ill II M llll B m MI1HM Pi ' I JS ?ANAT5NE9owboy Band members led by Drum Major Bill Woods pause in ihe downtown cUslrict of Wichita Falls to play their favorite seloction San Antone. The world famous aggregation led ihe parade through the business section of the North Texas' city. Other bands featured during the parade actmhos were those of Midwestern Wichita Falls High School and two junior high school bands. a Mw99999mmKKKlMSmXi9Mw9W'mmm f TBRfw 3s mil V B MHHb oJmWxr' JtfShsJES&&&mmW: J f iff COWGIRLS ENTER into the spirit of things by giving a yell for ihe Cowboys in Wichita Falls Saturday. The organization 60 strong left the campus at 1 p. m. Saturday for the North Texas city. Police escorts met ihe H-SU sponsored buses carrying uniformed organiza- tions outside the city limits of Wichita Falls. 1 'Vv-x-k vfHPQPpHHHt YEA TEAM FITEI Cheerle...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 13 October 1951

i THE H-IU BRAND Sahu?dy Octobf 13 lfSl y A Cappella Choir On BSU Program Fifty-five members of the H-SU A Cappella Choir are to ap- pear on the program of the state BSU convention which will be held in Waco Oct. 26-28. The choir will sing at the Fri- day night meeting after the mes- sage by Culbert G. Rutenb'er. The Baylor Religious Hour Choir with Frank Boggs also will be on the program. The A Cappella Choir will leave Wednesday morning on two chartered busses for a short tour to reach a climax at the conven- tion. Plans call for four concerts in Fort Worth preceding the Waco appearance. The first tour performance will be at the North Side Baptist Church in Fort Worth on Wed- nesday. The second at Pashcalc High School will be presented Thursday morning; the third at Polytechnic High School Thurs- . day .afternoon and the fourth at Gamble Street Baptist Church that night. Quartets On Program The university and the varsity quartet will be included on the program. Miss Nena Williams ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 13 October 1951

ftahxrcUy Octobtr 13 1951 THE. H-SU BRAKD Tf7 Morning Shift KHSU Increases Broadcast Time KHSU campus radio station has increased its broadcast time and is now on the air with a longer daily schedule than any- time in its history reports Larry Fitzgerald station manager. The station signs on from 7 to 8 a. m. and from 3:30 to 10 p. m. daily. The early morning shift is anew feature just start- ed this week. In addition to the daily schedule KHSU will broad- cast the Sunday church services from University Church at 11 a. m. The addition in broadcasting hours was brought about by the increasced interest of students and the expansion of the depart- ment as a whole. Six more announcers were ad- ed to the staff last week states Lloyd Wright chief announcer. KHSU also has added several new live programs including an interview show from the student center each afternoon at 3:45. Tom Lathem is the emcee of this "Big Man On the Campus" pro- gram i lft Mary Jane Smith will have a TRANSFERS DOM...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 13 October 1951

T' - ...... y THE H-SU BRAND gaturday Octebr M 3 i i 3S E. EDWIN YOUNG ... to presenl recital- Young To Present Tuesday Recital Dean E.Edwin Young dean of the Hardin-Simmons School of Music will present his 16th Abi- lene concert Tuesday at 8 p. m. in Behrens Chapel. On the program Dean Young will present "Fastasia in C Ma- jor" by Handel two preludes by Bach "Prelude and Fugue in C Sharp Major' 'and "Prelude and Organ Fugue in G Major" adapt- ed for the piano by Young. The latter prelude is supplied for the fugue from Bach's second volume of the Well Tempered Clavier. Chopin will be heard in three selections "Two Predules Opus 45 and Opus 28 No. 10 in C Sharp Minor" and "Etude In C Sharp Minor Opus 10 No. 4. The brilliance of the Chopin skill with the piano is shown in these num- bers. "Nocturne in D Flat' 'will rep- resent Debussy the ultra-modernist of his period on Dean Young's recital. "Etude in E Major" by Scriabine shows the composer's close association with Chopin but also r...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 20 October 1951

1 m& Vol XXXVI H-SU. ABILENE. TEXAS SATURDAY OCTOBER 20 1951 NO. 6 I IIIP1KBI: J PMKI' tP'PHWj UfWm&E f: I 'A CONVENTION BOUND are the members of the H-SU A Cappella Choir pictured above. The choir under.. the direction of Euell Porter will siirg at the Friday night services of the Texas BSU convention in Waco. While enroute the 55-voice choir will present eight concerts in high schools and churches in Ranger Eastland Fori Worth Hillsboro and Waco. In General Election Students Will Select Council Replacement A Sophomore councilman to replace John Burgess will be chosen in a general election to be held Wednesday Lewis Ste- phens student body president announces. Sophomores nominated are Debate Council Names Bill Hill As President Bill Hill was elected president of the Oratorical and Debate Council Monday John Caylor Jr. director of forsenic activi- ties announces. Other officers selected were Pat Hicks vice president and Bob Moody secretary. Plans now are under way for a tour...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 20 October 1951

THE H-1U BRAND Saturday October 20 1151 EDITORIALS...? ' Liz 7ne Stepped On We have tried this year to keep from treading on any- one's toes editorially unless we felt that those feet needed to be stepped on. We even went out of the way to look for the reasons behind some actions that we questioned such as the 15 per cent raise in the fees in the university. We stepped on to see the tickets in use this week. We tried to tread on some feet about the plight of the Rangers in their non-descript uniforms if they can be dig- nified by tjie term uniform. We still think the Rangers need a better deal so that they can hold their heads up around the resplendent Cowboy Band and Cowgirls. We have wanted to comment on the uninspiring tone of the chapel programs which have given us a steady diet df death bed stories almost since the beginning of this semes- ter. But our editorial policy being as strait laced as a New England old maid we can't step on the toes of the people who can raise a howl i...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 20 October 1951

"'"" I v Saturday October 20 1851 THE H-1U BRAND PimS Cowboys Cougars Clash In Houston . flBHrTVKJ (DVHM E FITZ. By LARRY FITZGERALD THERE'S AN OLD SAYING that "three in a row" is a charm. After four weeks of the little old football season now the Cowboys have knocked off Trinity University Midwestern University and Arizona State (Tempe) in that order. Most of the arm chair experts around the campus are won- dering: "What is holding the Cowboys up? Why are they win- ning games they are supposed to lose?" We are going to try and answer those inquiries for you. First of all to the question of what is holding the Pokes up. Just plain good solid football. No spectacular playing but just push push push. I Spotters who go out to opponent's games a few weeks before H-SU is schedule to meet the team also-have a great deal to do with winning ball games. If you ask the coaches they'll tell you that the advance information on the opposition is almost important as a 50-yard touchdown run during...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 20 October 1951

Puff 4 THE H-SU BRAND Saturday October 20 1S51 mHIII MM H"'"fllF " """" MaVMWMMlUg j ' KEN WATSON it Cowboy Athletes Watson Musgrove Two-Year Lettermen By LEO LAMBERT Ken Watson and Wade Mus- grove are two outstanding Pokes on the Cowboy football squad. Both Watson and Musgrove are two year lettermen. Watson six foot 190 pounder plays defensive left half and of- fensive right end for the Cow- boys. He has lettered two years in football and one in baseball since making his first appear- ance on the forty acres. Watson is a physical education major and has a minor in biology. He attended Port Neches High School where he was named all- district in football one year. Port Neches was in district 12AAA. He lettered in football basket- ball track and baseball while in high school. His greatest thrill in football came when he kicked the extra point tying the game in the H-SU-Houston game in 1947. Wade Musgrove a six foot 200 pounder plays right guard for the Pokes. He has dealt out a lot of...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 20 October 1951

nmmjtywiMMmuMMiw Saturday Odobr 20 1951 THE H-SU BRAND Pave S r to ! r ' . Club To Sponsor Friday Art Exhibit The Faculty Womens Club of Hardin-Simmons University has scheduled an oil painting exhibit by Mrs. Naomi Lancaster of Mid- land in Sandefer Memorial Li- brary Friday. Announcement of the exihibit was made by Miss Suella Lacy president of the Faculty Womens Club and a member of the H-SU art department. The exhibit is one in a series of cultural programs which have been sponsored by the club dur- ing the past several years. Last fall the club sponsored a four piano recital. Art was chosen as the subject because Miss Lacy as president is a professional ar- tist. Mrs. Lancaster is bringing 36 canvasses. A large number of them are of historical subjects in and around Santa Fe N. M. where for many years she had her studio. Other groups of paintings are ones she did in Paris France and Austria. 18 Month Tour She recently returned from an 18-month tour of Europe. Al- though this was...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 20 October 1951

THE H-1TJ BRAND ..".. !: PjBRPiMsyHIHlMfliHBfllBB BIBivflwiHBSft!9BHBPHPEllRI fflMHMPRBiH(HBBItlBH:ii H HKiHttiBilyNllBHBRIBHBm lKiriili si Saturday October 20 ltSl TO BEGIN AGAIN. Leo Watson Korean veteran is shown above conferring with assistant regis- trar Mrs. Beard and Dean W. A. Stephenson. Watson a sonior plans to graduate this summer and will lake graduate work toward a law degreo at the University of Texas. He enrolled in Hardin-Simmons just one week after being discharged. Kan&an VetetGi ChmUU Jfetef COWGIRL BAMD GIVES FIRST 1951 CONCERT The Cowgirl Band appeared for the first time this year with a program given In chapel Fri- day Marion B. McClure conduct- ing. The program consisted of concert solo and semi-classical music. N The numbers played were "Emblem of Unity" "Andante and March" from "Pathetique Symphony" an accordian solo "Dark Eyes" by Mary Jane Smith "Sunset Siloloquy" and "Joricho." The announcing was by Tiny Brown. Tentative plans are for a four- day tour...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 20 October 1951

THE H-U BRAND mm? Saiurdmjy October 20 U51 Wright New Head Of Club Council Lloyd Wright junior represen- tative to the student council was named president of the Inter- club Council in a meeting "held Wednesday night in the Student Center. Other officers named were vice president Willard Pratt; secretary-treasurer Mina Matthews; and reporter Joan Crawford. The council composed of presi- dents of campus organizations will meet the first Wednesday of each month at 6:30 p. m. it was decided. Plans were discussed by Lewis Stephens student body president for a Homecoming parade to be held Nov. 3 in downtown Abi- lene. Prizes of $7.50 $5 and $2.50 will be presented winners In a float contest. Miss Maude Emma King dean of women is faculty advisor on the council. Purpose of the or- ganization is to coordinate cam- pus clubs. Physical Education Club Plans Year's Activities Mrs. Jesse Lawson 1950 grad- uate of H-SU told members of the Physical Education Club Tuesday of her problems and ex- pe...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 20 October 1951

7vwv'i Fyl THE H-SU BRAND Saturday October 20 XI51 IWvtrsity Qiiqrttt Sings At Trent Banqutt The Hardin-Simmons Univer- sity quartet was the main fea- ture at the Trent community ban- quet Tuesday night October 9 held at the Community Hall in Trent. The quartet composed of Bill Hardage Billy Bob O'Brien Jud- son Prince and Norman Ward sang "Wonderful" "Babylon's Falling" "I Wanna Be Ready" and "Be My Um-hm". THE BRANDING IRON (Continued from Page 2) through the gamo between McMurry and A&I last Sat- urday just to get tho score from time to time of the Cowboy-Arizona game. A few H-SU fans are planning to take out to the Houston game Saturday. The parade that is slated for the Cowboy Band the Cowgirls and the six white horses and their riders has thin- ned the ranks of those expecting to make the trip. At last count Joyce Sides Martha Arnold Jack Harris and perhaps Mary Jane Smith and Bettylu Daniel are planning on being in Houston for the game. We were interested to notice that o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 27 October 1951

MK Ssumd mz Vol. XXXVI H-SU ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY OCTOBER 27 1951 NO. 7 HOMECOMING PLANNERS. Dean W. T. Walton Lewis Stephens student body president; Lloyd Wright Inter-club Council head; and Mina Matthews Council secretary plan activities for Home- coming set for Nov. 3. Clubs are to participate in the parade scheduled at 3:30 p. m. and are busy preparing floats. Stephens is in charge of preparations for the parade. Halloween Party Set For Tuesday Ghosts goblins and spooks will inhabit Rose Field House Tues- day when the Student Council presents its annual Halloween party at 7:30 p. m. Familiar bleachers will disap- pear and weird decorations of jack-o-lanterns and witches will appear reports Charlotte Davis council social chairman. Active games will be played Miss Davis says so students should wear blue jeans and masks. Halloween costumes may be worn if so desired but are not necessary for admittance. Pat Beasley is in charge-'of ar- rangements for a talent program to be presente...

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