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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 27 October 1951

THE H-SU BRAND Saturday October 27 1951 EDITORIALS.... .- Pae 2 fyauabaLle Dmfiie&&toH& Next week end Hardin-Simmons will be playing host to two groups of people. One will be the cx-studonts who will be returning for Homecoming festivities. The other group will be composed of students from colfeges and uni- versities in Texas Louisiana Oklahoma and Arkansas members of the Southwestern Inter-collegiate Broadcasting System. t "We should begin preparing for both groups now if we intend to leave a favorable impression on them. A favorable impression on the part of the alumni may mean indirectly a larger endowment for Hardin-Simmons and perhaps some badly-needed buildings. The radio conference to be held Friday and Saturday of next week will be held here and on the ACC campus. Surely we will want to leave a good impression on the students from major colleges and universities in the south- west who will flock here for the meet. KHSU and the radio department on the forty acres ...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 27 October 1951

Saturday October 27 1951 THE H-SU BRAND ? J Pokes Buffaloes Tangle In WT Homecoming Tilt Ranchers Out To Break 41 sfGIjVING 9E Ps v. IN BETWEEN JOURNEYS from Parramore Field and Rose Field House one day last week we watched two Cowboy teams working out That's right we said "two." The first of course as the football squad and the second the basketball team. We spent the latter part of our trip sitting on the stands at Parramore with the sun in our eyes watching the x Pokes run through plays and defense for the West Texas game. After a few minutes of listening to the loud bellowing voice of Gene Offield a well-built lad came up and sat beside us. It was Ken Watson the Cowboy's ace punter crutches and all. Wat- son who broke his left ankle in the Houston game had come out to survey the workout too. When' risked about his ankle Ken said: AOh the Doc said the cast would be off Nov. 12. So I hope to be back in for the Arizona game." - But back at the Field House Coach Bill Scott had his b...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 27 October 1951

A ItW leV tft P9 4 THE H-5U BRAND Saturday. Octobar 27 1951 arj -v - COWBOY ATHLETES Maurice Waguespack junior footballer from Destrehan La. can be seen bolstering the Hardin-Simmons line during any H-SU football contest. v Waguespack came to H-SU in the spring of 1949. That year he played center on the freshman team. For the past two years he has been the starting offensive center. During his high school days Maurice his friends called him "Waggy" lettered four years in football and three years in track. He was a member of the all-state football team in his senior year. He is five feet nine inches tall weighs 185 pounds has brown hair hazel eyes and is 20 years old. Maurice is majoring in phy- sical education and minoring in sociology. In the future he plans to coach football and spend his leisure time hunting. He came to H-SU upon recom- mendation of his high school coach whom Coach Warren B. Woodson had coached at Arkan- sas State Teachers College. Border Conference recognition p...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 27 October 1951

Saturday October 27 1951 THE H-SU BRAND P9 S Panel Member ' 'H A P b. ?ft -J J fe ! ! m ' ? Dr. Boyd To Speak At Theatre Meeting Dr. Katharine Boyd chairman of the speech department will be a panel member of a discussion concerning "The Church and Drama" at the Southwest Theatre Conference at Texas Christian University Fort Worth Saturday. The annual meeting of leading dramatists producers drama cri- tics and drama educators is a two day meet held Friday and Satur- day on the campus of TCU. Dr. Walter Volbach head of the TCU drama department will be the chief convenor at the conference. The panel on "The Church and the Drama" has been added to the meet's agenda this year for the first time. Catholic Protest- ant and Jewish religious and dra- matic leaders will be on the panel. John Rosenfield drama critic for the Dallas Morning News de- voted his column "The Passing Show" of Oct. 21 to a discussion of the conference at TCU. He said of the panel in which Dr. Boyd will participate "We...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 27 October 1951

wem t THE H-SU BRAND Saturday October 27 1951 GETTING ACQUAINTED WITH TEXAS and ihtf United Slates extends even into engineering for Rudolpho Solas Argentine en- gineering student at H-SU. Technicial terms are similiar Salas says tlhough those used in Argentina are in Spanish. The American way of writing the numbers 1 and 7 and offsetting up mathematical equa- tions causes him some trouble Salas admits. t 4 Rudolpho Solas Believes Argentina US Have . Things In Common By BETTIE TODD " H-SUers Make Up Half Of Symphony Orchestra Argentina "the United States of -South America" and the United States of North America actually do have many things in common. Rudolpho Eugenio Salas 19-year-old engineering student from Argentina states that the two "big" nations of the two hemispheres are really more alike than most Americans know. Argentina is a rolling plains country in the inferior grading up to the Andes in the western rpart. On the western plains is Rudolpho's home Mendoza in a rich irri...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 27 October 1951

Saturday October 27 1951 THE H-SU BRAND Paff 7 With iJlitcda; Je&dx 3ota Ptedeai nnnnnntnnviTiinrTnninnmwniinfninwnninnniiiiiMawuv v - V -v Vi "V 1ft " WST(VW'rt-iC - T -vw NEW ADDITION to tho H-SU riding stablos is this new while horse given to Hardin-Simmons by A. C. Ward of the Ward Cattle Company in Seminole. The 5-year-old horso was given by the West Texas cattleman Oct. 9 at Seminole where tho Cowboy Band played for the Gaines County Fair. Pictured with the horse is Sheriff Will Watson. The horse paraded as one of the famous six white horses Saturday in an oil federation parade in Abilene. Stars and Stripes Those empty saddles in the old corral don't necessarily mean that the cowhand has gone to greener pastures. The cowboy has gone to war. Now that old Paint has been turned out to pasture for the time being the cowhand has taken up the use of planes tanks and ships. While it is a simple thing to drop over to the ex-student of- fice and acquire the information on Cowboys i...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 27 October 1951

THE H-IU BRAXD iaittrday October 27. 1151 : ii ntaa Karnak Proves Bible Accurate Dr. Harry Rimmer nationally known archeologist fellow of the American Geographic Society and the Research Science Bureau emphasizes that the findings of archeology stamp the eternal yes on the authenticity of the Bible's historical accuracy. Dr. Rimmer who lectured this week at the University Baptist Church on the general subject "The Magnificence of Jesus a Study of Christology" spoke in chapel Tuesday concerning the findings in the Egyptian Temple of Karnak. The hieroglyphics of Karnak he stated have definitely proved the Bible accounts about the con- quest of the Temple of Jeru- salem during the reign of Reho- boam and the defeat of an Ethiopian pharoah at the hands of Asa. The account of the de- feat even acknowledges the hand of the Lord in 'it as does the Biblical story says Rimmer. This evidence in the carvings of Karnak give Biblical scholars sound footing in establishing many so-called "mytholo...

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

SCBS Broadcasters Gather For Two Day Meet 7hz Siand VoL XXXVI H-SU Cincinnati Tilt Top Clash KHSU Open House Part of Conference The annual conference of the Southwestern Collegiate Broad- casting System is in progress on the campuses of H-SU and ACC and will continue through noon Saturday. Some 13 schools of the south- west are in attendance at the two-day meeting discussing problems pertaining to campus radio broadcasting and means of improving the facilities of SCBS. Friday's program includes an open house at KHSU and a tea at Hunter Hall following morn- ing welcoming addresses and delegate recognitions at ACC. Reports from all schools attend- ing the conference will be given Friday afternoon in a session to to be held in Sandefer Memorial Building. Lloyd Wright chief announcer of KHSU and com- mercial director of SCBS will be in charge of this session. Report of Activity Larry Fitzgerald KHSU sta- tion manager will give KHSU's report of activity at the Friday afternoon session. P...

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

THE H-SU BRAND Saturday November 3 1951 Pf 2 EDITORIALS.... "A" Ue (leal Meaning. Homecoming 1951 is to the undergraduate a flurry of float building pep rallies campus clean-ups and the first home game of the year. 'A big build-up yes but it's all part of the festive feeling that goes with the occasion. Some students have been known to scorn Homecoming as a lot of bother and misdirected effort. In their flavor is the point that the occasion offers visiting exes little in a material way besides a chance to visit briefly with old friends -to eat some H-SU barbecue and to see the purple and gold clad Cowboys in action all of which aotually amount to little in themselves. But to the returning ex-student Homecoming is more than a day crammed with activity. To him it is truly a coming home a return to his alma mater to the forty acres of his undergraduate days to the classmates and teachers of .former years. And the thing which makes all tose factors of everyday college life at H-SU so si...

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

Saturday November 3 1951 THE H-SU BRAND Page 3 i r v "S (SHlVUMS FIT E By LARRY FITZGERALD WE'RE FINALLY OFF to the races! Or we guess it would be better to say that we're off to the first home football game of the 1951 season. And frankly it feels good to know that Saturday night we will be able to see the Cowboys in action at home for the initial time. It'll be good .to hear those rousing cheers for the Cowboys done by a host of Cowboy supporters. But more important if one thing can be given preference over another during a football game will be the fact of Home- coming. A lot of schools around the nation don't have a Home- coming. They make up for it usually with a big Thanksgiving tilt. We're glad that the Cowboys will be playing Cincinnati in Abilene during the Homecoming week end for two reasons: (1) A team can get fired up at a Homecoming and (2) the seemingly strange surroundings that the Bearcats will be faced with when they reach Abilene Friday by plane. Then too there's t...

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

Pat THE H-SU BltAKD Saturday November 3 1951 Cowboys Tech Top BC Race With Two Wins MUSTANG BACK BILL WALLACE is iaggeed by Jero Coliler team captain of the Sheepherd- ers after a short gain in the final intramural football game of the first half last week. The Sheep- herders who were undefeated in the first half edged the Mustangs 12-7 to take top honors. Truelt Randolph and Gene Wofford of the Mustangs can be seen backing up the play. Referee John Caylor is at far right. The Mustangs won four and lost one tilt for the second position. 'Herders Upset Mustangs To Lead In First Half Play The Sheepherders upset the Mustangs in the top intramural game of the past week to win the first half of intramural foot- ball play in the All-American Conference. The 'herders and Mustangs went into the Thursday afternoon tilt both undefeated in four pre- vious games. A third quarter rally by the Sheepmen for two touch- downs gave the victory to the Bandboys after the Horses had tallied their lone t...

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

Saturday Novmbr 3 1951 THE H-SU BRAND Pa I 3 k7' r ' LANCASTER PAINTINGS. Mrs. Ethel Trice loft Mrs. Rupert N. Richardson center receive an explanation of an oil painting on exhibit in the library by artist Mrs. Naomi Lancaster. The exhibit was held in Sandofer Memorial Building Friday and can be seen through Saturday. Ex-students are invited to visit the exhibit which includes 36 canvasses of historical subjects in and near Santa Fe N.M. Two Appearances Willis Sutton Slated For Chapel Speeches Dr. Willis A. Sutton educator will address the student body and faculty of H-SU during chapel Thursday and Friday and a gen- eral audience at 8 p. m. Thursday in Behrens Chapel . Superintendent-emeritus of the Atlanta Ga. public schools a past-president of the National Education Association and a for- mer guest editor of the Reader's Digest Dr. Sutton has been awarded a number of honorary degrees in recognition of his educational work. Dr. Sutton has been asked to speak to the Rotary Club whi...

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

THE H-SU BRAND Saturday November 3 1951 e . SS c&ss svS is -EK! life 'Bk mU& MNHK jBfcg jBfr-BBJBBPfflHHiSfllii iLLLK: BK'V'jfflBHgMJJMv' jfaiiyV'' Wyw?PP IkBS JUBbSHHKkn. tif& 9 WELCOMING RADIOERS who will convene on the H-SU cam- pus Friday and Saturday are. left to right Larry Fitzgerald KHSU station manager; Lloyd Wright SCBS officer; and Pat Beasley one of the charter members of the system. Held here and on the ACC campus the conference will include open houses a banquet and con- ferences. H-SU is a charier memberof SCBS. Social Science Group Will Hear Dr. Ristcr An alumnus of Hardin-Sim-mons who has gained national recognition Dr. Carl C. Rister wil be honored at the annual ban- quet of Pi Gamma Mu national honorary fraternity for social science students to be held Fri- day Nov. 16 at 7 p. m. in the Windsor Hotel. Dr. Rister distinguished pro- fessor of history at Texas Tech and the featured speaker at the banquet will use as his topic "Oil and World Peace." W. A. ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 3 November 1951

I I Saturday November 3 1951 THE H-SU BRAND Pag 7 i' Student tfUtdU otfapfiy Undine faiauifU 24 A happy ending has been add- ed to a story began by the campus BSU organization and a German student almost 18 months ago. Last September the BSU began to send financial aid to Kurt Dehne a German medical stu- dent who was studying in the famed University of Heidelberg. Dehne was recommended high- ly by the Baptist chaplains of the Heidelberg area who had met him while he was working in an army mess hall to pay his ex- penses in the medical school. Also his professors at the school write'of his high integrity and rank as a scholar. Sent Money So the BSU and its campus or- ganizations sent Dehne money for his last semester in doctor's training. He was studying pathology pathological histology Pictures of Uniformed Groups Slated Monday Cowgirls Cowboys and Cowgirl Band Rangers and A Cappella Choir members will have pictures made for the 1952 Bronco Mon- day Joan Randel editor an- nounces. P...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 3 November 1951

1 Fiftl ESS THE H-SU BRAND Saturday November 3 1851 Sigma Tau Delta To Act As Jurors For 20 Poems The Hardin-Simmons chapter of Sigma TaU Delta national English fraternity will serve as jurors during November for 20 miscellaneous lyric poems works of the Border Poets of Texas in Kingsville it was announced re- cently. Border Poets a non-professional group is headed by Dr. J. Z. Chandler who was responsible for the appointment of the H-SU chapter as jurors. The H-SU group will choose five of the outstanding works as winners. The poems will be judged on the basis of merit. The group will offer constructive cri ticism on the poems. o : RALLY PARADE (Continued from Page 1) floats in the parade. A pep rally will be held immediately follow- ing the parade on the lawn. A coffee honoring Ex-Cowgirls will be held at 4:30 p. m. in the H-SU Student Center; Entertain- ment will be provided by Pat Beasley. New officers will be elected following the coffee. Out- going officers include Mrs. Guy Ca...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 10 November 1951

r e VoL XXXVI h-su. Abilene texas Saturday November 10 1951 NO. 9 3 Ssuutd r LOUISE LIVENGOOD . . . from Stamford Top Three To Contend For Queen . Three H-SU co-eds Louise Livengood Shirley Price and Loretta Gullette will vie for University Queen in run-off elec- tions Tuesday or Wednesday Lewis Stephens student body president announces. The three winners in primary elections held Tuesday were chosen from 15 nominees. A second run-off if needed prob- ably will be held Friday Steph- ens reports. Only 1081 votes were cast in the election Stephens says. The three highest contestants ranked close in the primary elections he explains. Others in the elections held Tuesday were Jimmie Sumrall Pat Baxter Barbara Davis Paula Windham Thynell Thompson Pat Fuqua Gail Nelms Pat Rosa- mond Beverly Geisendorff Mina Matthews Laredo Smith and Ellen Doyle. Requirements for nomination were that the girl receive the necessary 75 signatures on peti- tions that she be a senior that she had attended H-SU ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 10 November 1951

THE H-SU BRAND Saturday November 10 J951 EDITORIALS... On Btudeut Ofxinian The pages of a newspaper should reflect the thoughts of its readers AND its owners. Perhaps this is the strongest stanchion upon which the basic freedom of the press prin- ciples depend upon. However within recent years there has been some con- troversy over this. People are asking the question "Does the newspaper fairly represent the ideas and opinions of its readers or does it stubbornly suppress opinions not in keep- ing with those of the editors?" ' Bringing the question closer to home does the Brand staff give student opinion full play in its editorial columns or is it biased? Surely you as students know we don't. We try our best to represent you the student body in everything that is said. However to date that yearning has been in vain. Thus far the Brand staff has received exactly 0-(no) letters from students expressing problems or solutions. Perhaps wo have been dead in our editorial policies. Too stu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 10 November 1951

3rjlfiWfeSSSfi Saturday Noyembw 10 1951 THE H-SU BRAND P99 3 Cowboys Miners Tangle In Friday Night BC Game ?'l n ii CINCINNATI HAD A FOOTBALL team! You know that's the team that the Cowboys tangled with last Saturday night. During the time that the Bearcats (we scanned a couple of pages of Webster but couldn't find out just exactly what a "Bearcat" was) hit town until after they left a great feeling of "football" was in the air. The Cincy team which was met at the airport by a host of H-SUers made a big hit in their dress suits and ties. But someone made the remark "when the Cowboys go to Cincinnati they make just as deep impression in their levis and boots." We won't even attempt to go into the now famous "interference" ruling during the game. But on the whole the game was a success even though H-SU could have used a couple more points. DUNNY GOODE HAS an outside chance of catching the fleet- footed Ollie Matson of San Francisco who is currently leading the nation in ground gaining...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 10 November 1951

..4. .owmituwtiM yy 4 1 ' " Mustangs Blast 'Leggers 35 - 0 The Mustangs blasted the Bootleggers in the only intramur- al football game of the past week 35-0 as cold weather and forfeits reigned over the Ail- American League. Two forfeits were shown on the schedule as the Mustangs and Steers won 1-0 victories over the Steers and Bootleggers respective- ly. Monday's game scheduled be- tween the Sheepherders and Steers was postponed because of cold weather. The game will be made up at a later date. Tied For First The Mustangs and Sheep- herders were tied for first place each being undefeated through Wednesday but the two teams were to have met Thursday after- noon. The Horses havewon two games and the 'Herders one. Doubles Teams Enter Ping Pong Tournament Nine doubles teams have en- tered the men's doubles ping pong tourney to start in the Student Center Monday Mar- rjorie Moore Student Center di- rector announces. They are the following: Bob King and Bill Middleton; Glenn Selbo and Bo...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 10 November 1951

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