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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 10 November 1951

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Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 10 November 1951

4' ' J . . ' r" "! t o ;1 IF Saturday Korwnl?r 10 1951 Forum Art Exhibit Held Here Monday Art Unit of the Woman's Forum hosted their annual art and hobby exhibit Monday at Hunter Me- morial Hall Hardin-Simmons in observance of American Art Week. Mrs. Hart Shoemaker president of the City Federation and Mrs. N. E. McKinney president of the Woman's Forum were honorees. Welcoming guests were Mrs. Isalou Moody hostess of Hunter Hall Mrs. Olive (Tripp) Brown and Mrs. Maurice Martin. Mrs. A. E. Drake introduced the honoree and members of the Art Unit were in the house party. Arts crafts and hobbies were exhibited by unit members young rmT ""sts ana arc siuaents. - !tTe tea table was arranged with a conterpiece of fall grains and vegetables in an imported brass bowl. On each side were green candles in a brass candle- labri and ceramic ducks. Tea was served from a brass samovar. In charge of the tea table were Mesdames W. T. Crier Milton McKenzie W. C. Gibson Jr. and Mary Eula Sears Morris. ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 10 November 1951

THE H-IU BRAND tfrtuxday Horvrnhf 19 1M1 3K rr " w Baptist Studtnts Stnd Truman Protest Utter Protest was registered this week by Hardin-Simmons Bap- tist students in a letter express- ing disfavor of President Tru- man'a flrmnlntment of General Mark Clark as an ambassador to the Vatican. The letter mailed to the president at the request pt the BSU Greater Council read: "Believing the appointment of General Mark Clark to be a violation of the fundamental liberties of our personal free- dom we the Baptist students of Hardin-Simmons University in Abilene Texas unanimously re- .quest the withdrawal of this ap- E ointment. Such an appointment t against the Constitution of the United States and we are convinced that your oath to up- hold the constitution requires such action. "We are praying that you may UC 1CU tu ictuiiaiuv;i kino Juoikct. The letter was signed by Clin- ton Watson Hardin - Simmons BSU president. . This action was started as the result of suggestions made at Waco on Oct....

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 17 November 1951

Sitemd VoL XXXVI H-SU ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY NOVEMBER 17 1951 NO. 10 Livengood Price Are In Run-Off Shirley Price dark-haired co- ed from San Angelo and Louise Livengood brown-haired senior from Stamford will compete Sat- urday in the final run-off ballot- ing for the title of University Queen. The first run-off election after the primary was held Wednesday among three top contenders in- cluding Miss Livengood and "Miss Price and Loretta Gullette an- other brunette who hails from Missouri. Candidates were presented to the student body before balloting Wednesday. Student Council so- cial chairman Charlotte Davis ar- ranged for the three to appear in formals Miss Price in blue Miss Livengood in gold and Miss Gul- lette in red. Lois Shelburn in- troduced the girls as 'they crossed the stage. The queen's coronation is an annual affair held early in Dec- ember. After the formal corona- tion the queen is further honored with a banquet Court attendants at the coronation and the banquet wil...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 17 November 1951

pf 1 THE H-SU BRAND Saturday November 17 1S51 EDITORIALS :.- A Qiakt WUU Ifudk You can heli truf;h fight Communism. Quite a statement isn't it? But we the students and faculty of Hardin-Siminons as individual citizens have the opportunity to strike a blow for freedom and at the same time add our voice to the voices of truth piercing the Iron Curtain. tr 'Yon tell vonr lies and we'll tell the truth and the truth will win." With the above statement the Crusade for Freedom the American people's challenge to world Com- munism is launching its campaign a campaign which in- cludes each individual .citizen of the United States. Every day hour after hour the hard-hitting transmit- ters of Radio Fr'je Europe pierce the Iron Curtain sending hope to the enslaved peoples spiking Communist lies with the truth and undermining the influence of the Red rulers. And we of II-SU will be asked to voice the truth Nov. 26. Our contributions great or small will help expand Radio Free Europe into a network...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 17 November 1951

THE H-SU BRAND tr Pat t Saturday November 17 1951 v" anv WHAT HAPPENED TO THE students at the last home football game between the H-SU Cowboys and the Texas Western Miners? That's a big question that a few people have been trying to analyze during the past week including this reporter. All year long the student body cries: "Why don't we have more home football games this year?" "Only three games at home this season" and "Gee what is this school coming to?" So what happens? The first game of the season to be played in Parramore Stadium comes around and we venture to say that only half of the student body saw the tilt. Ask any coach what it costs to run a football team and the figures would literally knock you off your feet. The students at Hardin-Simmons must show school officials coaches and yes even the team itself that we want more games played at home next season. But only can we do this by turning out for all home games. Now we only have one game left and thats during the Thanks...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 17 November 1951

THE H-8U BRAND' Saturday Novwnbor1 17 1151 ec HKvK):: "VsK - XsMsMsWSBsMsMsMsMsMm r:vNaBBBvS x:JB9BBBBBBBlBBv9KHflHBar' !: BHHBHa! . A' aJr -VAuiH BiafafMBl II illl lIHWlwiPiiT i ini7WilWMiWlWHr nrlBHmiM M 4 fc;BfBaahBBBafl "TaBVaVflBVat'v'flBK " JHBBVaYaVaVaVal BHHHBMHBMHuHHHMSwaK'iHsSFMniRK -v Avsl!IBBttkBaBaBaBaML::lBnr .t" wri&SBBBBBBBBBBBBI MjBHlPffiwjJlffi :jHmHIbbbbbbH 9wjRHJKJBfMIJBBHlfiluniw3rws RIDE "EM COWBOY Mitchel Malouf (No. 30) plows llrrough the Texas Western Miner's line for yardage as the Hardin-Simons Cowboys trounced the Miners of El Paso 46-Q Friday night in Parra- more Stadium. Cowboys Travis Kelley (No. 75) Wade Musgrove (No. 60) and Maurice Waguespack (No. 55) aid Malouf . along. Miners Bud Roland (No. 10) John Birkhead (No. 19) and Jimmy Walker (No. 30) stop the play for the El Pasoans. Pokes Maul Miners 46-0 to Strengthen BC Hopes The Hardin-Simmons Cowboys kept their branding irons hot and strengthened their bid for top Border Conference honors at Par...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 17 November 1951

Saturday November 17 1SS1 THE H-SU BRAND r m .i' v ii. Clubs To Cooperate H-SU Accepts Blood Quota Set At 45 Pints A quota of 45 pints oof the 300 pint goal for the Taylor County Bloodmobile campaign has been accepted by H-SU Lloyd Wright Inter-club Council president an nounces. In an effort to raise this amount and more if possible the council is trying to make each club and organization feel the responsibil- ity of giving at least one pint Wright explains. Although the Bloodmobile will not return to Abilene until Dec. 4 and 5 the all-out campaign has been started this far in advance so that students between the ages of 18 and 21 may get writ- ten consent from parents: To Make Preparations Any student between the ages of 18 and 59 years of age may donate. Mary Rogers Easton is in charge of obtaining blanks for parent approval and making oth- er necessary preparations for H-SU students who wish to par- ticipate in the drive. Abilene and Bloodmobile doc- tors will be at the collectio...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 17 November 1951

i PlM S THE H-SU BRAND Saiurday November 17 1051 h f slHH ' ' HP . Bttkt-L '" iH B o r''' ' . & VARSITY QUARTET members shown above will be featured during the A Cappella Choir s four-day tour io begin Monday with a concert in the Brownwood High School auditorium. The choir will present concerts in Belton Temple and Waco besides the Brownwood performance. Climax of Ihe tour will be the choir performance at the Texas Baptist Training Union Convention in Waco Thursday. Pictured left to right are Jack Kay first tenor Ronnie Bates second tenor; Bill Denton baritone; and Truett Rogers bass. Sigma Delta Pi Fall Initiation Slated The fall initiation of Sigma Delta Pi national Spanish hon- orary fraternity H-SU chapter will be held Saturday at 7:30 p. m .in the home of the fraternity sponsor Dr. Ella Levett Mary Rodgers Easton president an- nounces. Two new members will be in ducted into the group at that time. The two are David Hadwin and Marion Hair. Reauirements for membership includ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 17 November 1951

Saturday November 17 1951 THE H-SU BRAND Pae 7 On Sale This Week Bible Head Writes Textbook For Baptist Doctrine Class "Christianity is Personal" a textbook on Baptist doctrines by Dr. Fred L. Fisher chairman of the H-SU Bible department went on sale this week in Baptist book stores throughout the South. The result of three years' work the book was written because Dr. Fisher "felt the need of a simple but thorough presentation of the Baptist view of Christianity." Ho plans to use the book as the text in his Baptist doctrine course. His first book "A Composite Gospel" which presents his own translation and arrangement of the gospel narrative is used as a text in freshman Bible. 'Thoughtful Sane . . .' The fly-leaf of "Christianity is Personal" describes it as Sweetwater Man Will Speak to Service Band L. B. Moss minister from Sweetwater will be the speaker for the regular Life Service Band meeting Tuesday night Bill Cook program chairman an- nounces. The meeting will be held on second...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 17 November 1951

THE H-SU BRAND ""rm " Saturday NoTnbr 17 H51 ar Goode Is Featured By Famous Artist Have you seen "running wild?" It is the drawing of Frank "Dunny" Goode drawn by the famous "Pap" for the Associated Press. "Goode the fleet little hnlfhnolr frnm Hnrdin-SimmonS University 'Pap said "is making a strong bid for national colle- giate ground-gaining honors." "He knows where the goal line is because he . has scored 11 touchdown in six games. That lit- tle 165 pounder makes good use of his speed in rushing and getting down field under those long for- ward passes." When "Pap" features an ath- lete they have usually received nation-wiae recognition. Three Clubs Win First Place in Annual Parade Winners in the annual Home- coming parade float contest were announced this week with equal prizes going to three clubs. Final decision was made by a group of Abilene business people. Winning floats were the Bap- tist Student Union Chowhands and the PE Club. The BSU float had as its theme "Skunk 'Em Cow...

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

Sstattet VoL XXfcVI H-SU ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY DECEMBER 1. 1951 NO. 11 Students Journey To Tech Saturday Band To Give Eight Concerts On Tour The Cowgirl Band will leave Tuesday on a four-day tour of West Texas and New Mexico. This first tour of the school year also will be the first that the band has made to New Mexico in more than three years Marion McClure band director explains. The 45 member organization which is billed as "the only all- girl band in the South" will have as featured soloists Mary Jane Smith accordianist; Doris Crudg- ington vocalist; and Naomi Zar- bock twirler. A cornet trio composed of Dera Jane Brown Mary Wilson and Charlsey 'Laminack will be in- troduced during the tour. SENIOR INFORMATION SHEETS DISTRIBUTED Senoir information sheets for the 1952 Bronco were distributed in class meeting Thursday Ellen Doyle senior editor on the an- nual publication announces. Those students who did not at- tend the meeting may receive one of the sheets at the Bronco office ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 1 December 1951

THE H-SU BRAND Saturday December 1 1S51 EDITORIALS.... 4 Ff4 "West Texas rivalry will bo at its greatest Saturday when students and faculty members journoy to Lubbock for the traditional football clash with Texas Tech. ."With the exception of a few times the rivalry has been clean. Nothing drastic has resulted other than a few painted buildings a stolen Cowboy and some hair cuts Indian style. For this we can be thankful. Some schools of the larger calibre have gone too far and a clean friendly rivalry has turned into fist fights and yes even deaths. Let us keep this in. mind. But there is one thing we all can do. Whether win lose or draw there is one thing that will be outstanding Saturday. That is a sportsmanship-like conduct that should prevail with every loyal Simmonsite. Have you ever thought that your booing at the referee can make matters worse for both the player and team? Let us remember all this. "We don't have to let up on our spirit to be sportsman-like. The team can play...

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

Saturday December 1 1951 THE H-SU BRAND 9 Pokes Tech To Battle For BC Title BORDER CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIP. Yep that's what's on the line for the Hardin-Simmons Cowboys this Saturday when the Pokes battle the Tech Red Raiders. This is according to most experts the game of the year in the Border Conference. Who will-win? Brother that's a question that won't be known until the final gun shot breaks the air in Lubbock. Of course we will along with about 1400 other H-SU students be pulling for the Cowpunchers to exterminate the Raiders. But let's look at the game from the practical side and not from our cardiac material commonly known as hearts. Every B team that Tech has played this year has been soundly trampled. But H-SU on the other hand beat West Texas 21 points and Arizona by only one slim point. Tech beat WT 46-7 and Arizona 41-0. But the Pokes played both West Texas and Arizona on muddy fields which hampered the offensive attack. So actually past scores don't mean much especiall...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 1 December 1951

Paf 4 THE H-SU BRAND Saturday December 1 1951 INTRAMURAL FOOTBALL CHAMPIONS Pictured above are the Mustangs winners of the American League in intramural football. The Mustangs beat the Sheepherders 13-6 in the fifth an- nual Feud Bowl last week. The Mustangs made it two years in a row as intramural champs. Front row left to right are Bill Wallace Ben Neidecken Bob Blake (c-ocaptain) Hugh Gamble (co-captain) and Gene Wofford. Back row left to right: Jerry Briscoe Larry Fitzgerald Walt Bynum Truiit Randolph Ed Anderson and Bill Wright. Mustangs Stop 'Herders In Annual Feud Bowl. 13-6 Second half winners in intra- mural football the Mustangs edged the first half champs the Sheepherders in the fifth an- nual Feud Bowl game 13-6 play- ed on the Ferguson Hall intra- mural field. The battle climaxed the three- month intramural football pro- gram in which six teams had taken part. It was the fourth meeting of the two teams this season. The Mustangs led in the series two games to one before ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 1 December 1951

Saturday December 1 1951 THE H-SU BRAND S Second Artist Course Trio To Present Dec. 11 Concert The Concert Trio composed of two accordians and a bass will be presented Dec. 11 in Behrens Chapel as the second in a series of artist courses to be given on the H-SU campus this fall. The trio represents an instru- mental combinatoin unique to the concert stage. Members of the group are Bill Hughes and Bill- Palmer accordionists and Len Mannd bassist. Included on the full concert program will be selections by Mozart Gaul Rossini Debussy Grieg Saint Saens Strauss Pur- vis Lecuona (Kern and Rice. The three artists arranged all selec- tions with the exception of a medley of Strauss waltzes and a group of selections from "Show- boat?' Versatility and Flexibility The Concert Trio was formed in order to demonstrate to the public the versatility and flexi- bility of the unusual combination. The most ambitious efforts of the trio are represented in the or- chestral selections used on the program....

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

Saturday DcmberLl51 K THE H-1U BRAND Art Contest Slated For H-SU State A. M. Carpenter chairman of the Hardin-Simmons art depart- ment announces that the Art Division of the Texas Federation of Womans Clubs is sponsoring a Youth Art Contest Miss Carpenter who is the head of the Texas Art Division states that the subject of the con- test will be "World Friendships Through the Arts" from which selected paintings by youth up to 18 years of age will be sent to clubs abroad. Art clubs in the state are re- quested to submit .paintings or colored drawings based on the American way of life. The paint- ings will be judged on the state level first and the five winners in each state will be sent to the General Federation of Women's Clubs .headquarters in Washing- ton D. C. for final judging. The pictures for the state of Texas-will be judged at Hardin- Simmons and wil be on display here at a time and place yet to be announced. DENTON TO SING SOLO IN CISCO'S 'MESSIAH' Bill Denton baritone membe...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 1 December 1951

Saturday Dcmbwr 1 1951 THE H-SU BRAND JflUeit Jlat&i Attainable' Believed 11iiueiLitu Queen r jwirasg iuyaH&ra rill v.TirjWBB The brown eyed dark haired H-SU co-ed who was selected University Queen Nov. 17 enjoys oil painting as a hobby plans to go into church secretarial work after graduation and mar- riage and thinks her election was the "highest honor attainable" on the campus. Twenty-year-old Shirley Price who won the contest from Stam- fordite Louise Livengood was so surprised after being selected University Queen that she "had to stay in bed two days to get over it." Beauty Runnor-Up University Queen isn't the only honor that has come to the San Angelo co-ed. She was runner- up in the Beauty contest in 1949 and served as sophomore class secretary for the fall semester in 1949. E3tSTJVDEJNT B.ILL THORN pastor of the First Baptist Church of Panhandle giov his Christmas gift to H-SU a share in the Living Endowment Fund. Thorn is shown as ho adds a share certificate to the...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 1 December 1951

Fftttt THE H-iU BRAND II i m n ' ca Ten Secondary Education Students Practice Teach In Abilene Schools Ten students majoring in sec- ondary education have been add- ed to the list of practice teachers at Hardin-Simmons announces Dr. J. B. Adair professor of edu- cation. Students teaching at Abilene High School and the subjects they teach are Willis J. Whitfield mathematics; Wanda Wilkes dra- matics; D. A. Wykoff biology; Ronald Howell social studies; BIBLE HEAD TO SPEAK TO MINISTERIAL GROUP "The Preacher and his Recrea- tional Life" will be the topic to be discussed by Dr. Fred L. Fisher chairman of the H-SU Bible department at Ministerial Council Thursday at 7 p. m. in Abilene hall room 109. A Christmas social is being planned for council members and is slated for Dec. 13. All educational directors and mission volunteers are invited to attend the council as well as ministerial students. Meetings Monday mornings from 11 to 11:30 are for the purpose of tran- sacting business and givi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 8 December 1951

yi 7n& Sstand VoL XXXVI H-SU ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY. DECEMBER 8 1951 NO. 12 Ii Unique Concert Slated When the Concert Trio -brings its musical program to the stage of Behrens Chapel Monday at 8 p. m. the audience may expect to hear an instrumental com- bination unique to the concert stage. This will be the second artist course of the semester. This trio is unique in that the ' two accordionists Bill Palmer and Bill Hughes and bassist Len Manno play almost every note written by the composer in the A original orchestral score. Since the ordinary accordion does not have the range needed for the execution of an orchestral score Palmer set about designing a special accordion with an ex- p tended bass section. This makes it possible for the instrument to handle important assignments. The Trio's accordions have four complete octaves for the left jhand and five and one-half oc- taves for the right hand. Manno former bass player in the Houston Symphony has made improvements on his bass w...

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