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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 8 December 1951

THE H-5U BltAKD Saturday December 8 1951 EDITORIALS.... IN COLLEGE WITH "REB" "k "k Tr Vi Ff 2 acuum Cufx Hardin-Simmons to some extent maintains a vacuum on the forty acres. It is a vacuum of the so-called worldly influences the drinking the gambling the profanity and the loose living of much of our world today. We wouldn't change our campus and we wouldn't want to admit the influences which we exclude from it now. Yet at the same time we cannot forget the world around us. We must be aware of what other people are thinking and doing even if we don't approve of their thoughts or their conduct. Christ asked that his disciples be made strong against the world not that they be completely removed from it. He in his earthly life never drew his righteous skirts about him and fled from sinners. He lived among them and by his example they lenrned to live like him. So we in Hardin-Simmons are not entirely removed from the world. This is merely a period of strengthening our moral forces again...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 8 December 1951

Saturday December 8 1951 THE H-SU BRAND 3 Cagers Will Meet North Texas Goodfellow TCU o k (SHVUTC E FUra By LARRY FITZGERALD FOOTBALL SEASON SHOULD have been over for the Pokes last Saturday but Sunday officials from Tulsa University contacted H-SU officials about supplying for the death-ridden Villanova Wild- cats. The word got around and Monday most H-SU students knew of the offer but official word didn't come until after arrangements were made with the Hurricanes. One thing is that the Pokes will play Tulsa in '53. Some sportswriters around this part of the country have sug- gested that H-SU another top BC member Tulsa and a few other teams form a new conference. So the Tulsa game will have great bearing upon this idea which might turn out to more than just an idea. Never can tell! We thought that the mustache was saved for the year after the Tech game but now we have to contend with the Tulsa boys. We hope it's still on the lip after the Tulsa clash. Speaking of the Tech game as...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 8 December 1951

P94 THE H-SU BRAND Saturday Dccmbw 8 1951 Cagers Overcome Skyhawks 52-40 Opening the 1951 home basket- ball season Tuesday night Coach Bill Scott's Hardin-Simmons Cow- boys blasted the Goodfellow Sky- hawks 52-40 in Rose Field House. Bill "Hank" Green six-foot-seven inch center paced the cagers ton an early lead which was never over come by the Hawks. But early in the fourth quar- ter after the Hawks had made only three points in the third quarter the Airmen began hitting the basket and pulled up to a 37- 37 tie. Green Joe Simpson and Dick Burris moved the Pokes well ahead their defense held in a fast finish and the Cowpunchers came out on top. The Skyhawks were paced by big six-seven-center Norman Berge who tallied 20 points for the losers to gain the high scor- ing honors for the night for both teams. Green playing his best game of the young season scored 19 points for the winning H-SUers. Other effective scorers for the Ranchers Win Second (Continued from Page 3) performance hold...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 8 December 1951

Saturday December 8 1951 THE H-SU BRAND . -wvA".armrOT y.. w-y. 's?;:. TECH'S SYMBOL the Double T is formed- by the Tech band. Cowboy Band and Cowoirls. In JSJ2T ? L"b? 1 both bands played "The Matador Song" while taSe facmSS AL fweeartT9 halftimo wero Dolton Galloway and his trick horse a twirling trio and Tech's band IN HONOR OF H-SU. Members of the Texas Tech Band Cowboy Band and Cowgirls combined during half time activities Saturday in Jones Stadium Lubbock to present this huge boot with the letters H-SU and a revolving spur rowel. This is the second year the bands and Cowgirls have com- bined to present the show between halves. 9n Sfute o Scoie Saul JtSfy Everything but the final score in the Cowboy-Red Raider ball game proved satisfactory for the 1000 or more H-SU students who made the university sponsored trip to Lubbock last Saturday. Even the narrow 28-21 loss failed to dampen the spirits of many of the supporters. Enthusiasm was high from the moment students boarded the ch...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 8 December 1951

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 8 December 1951

Zy?ift$"! nj; Ty s J u hinUy DmmmImx- I 1M1 11 ' - THE H-IU 1MAMD MENTAL HYGIENE EXPERT SPEAKS DURING CHAPEL 'If anyone of our emotional drives is blocked we are unhap- py and maladjusted" explained Col. H. E. Bullis executive direc- tor of the Delaware State Society for Mental Hygiene as he spoke to the H-SU chapel Tuesday. Col. Bullis who is touring Tex- as under the auspices of the Hogg Foundation of the University of Texas is past" secretary-general of the International Commission for Mental Hygiene. He told of the four fundamen- tal emotional drives which cause much of the rising incidence of institutional breakdowns. H e named the desire for security the need for recognition the desire for adventure and the desire for sexual expresison as these drives. Col. Bullis also explained his system of ten essentials for good mental 'health. He emphasises the necessity of having an inter- esting and fascinating vocation a well-established avocation for spare time and retirement a good s...

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

THE H-8T! BRAND Saturday "Dcmabut 9 IHl HSU Joins SCBS Exchange Network Campus radio station KHSU charter member of the South western Collegiate Broadcasting ystem has joined the SCBS tape tetworfc and will begin broad- asting network programs in the lear future Larry Fitzgerald tation manager announces. Ele- ren schools of the Southwest 'orm the net. One 30 minute program a week rill .be broadcast over KHSU lthough the time for the broad- last has not been set. Each affiliated campus station record one of then: local lows and send it to a designated school. "Party With Pat" featuring song styles by Pat. Beasley and 'Songs America Sings" starring Jill Denton have been selected by the KHSU staff for its first tape exchange. At the conclusion of the 11-week period each school will record a new program for- warding it to the same school as on the previous segment. Schools participating in the exchange are H-SU Howard Payne. Mary Hardin Baylor Bay lor University of Houston Loui siana Te...

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

Ssuuul m& c VoL XXXVI H-SU ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY DECEMBER 15 1951 NO. 13 ' LEADERS IN A FOOD For Needy drive on the H-SU campus are pictured above. The drive io end Wednesday with an all -University party and food distribution began last Monday. Gathered around one of the many boxes on the campus are left io right Tomxnye Hill representing the Stu- dent Center; Marjorie Moore student body secretary; and Bob Moody Student Council representee. Each dormitory and club participated in the drive an annual project. Alpha Chi Extends Invitations To 27 H-SU Juniors Seniors Twenty-seven junior and senior students received bids this week for membership in the Julius 01- sen chapter of Alpha Chi na- tional scholarship society Bar- bara Davis president announces. An introductory meeting for those extended membersip and members was held Thursday at 3:30 p. m. in the Audio-Visual room of Sandefer Memorial Li- brary. Seniors who were given the membership bids are Lee Roy Brown Willis Griffin ...

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

THE H-8U BRAND Saturdya December 15 1951 EDITORIALS.... A . ' v;. "Won six lost six. Not a bad way to end a football season. At least 'it's average and we can't gripe about that. To some of us it is better than we had expected at the beginning of the season. And the amazing thing about it is that all games but three wore played on a foreign fields . . . thus making it twice as hard to win. Three of the teams who emerged vic- torious over the Cowboys College of Pacific Cincinnati University and Tulsa were among the top teams in the country. . The other three Houston Loyola and Texas Tech have had a creditable season Tech knocking off TCU South- west Conference champs. On the other hand the Pokes beat such teams as Trinity Midwestern Arizona State West Texas State Texas Western and Arizona (chosen to take BC championship at the first of the season by the way.) Sports experts said H-SU could do nothing minus the great passing arm of John (Model T) Ford. But Coach Warren B. Woodson foun...

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

Saturday Dctmbr 15 1151 THE H.SU gRAND ) ft Z YHaKaMHk ''Hf TiiMtf GIVING T BASKETBALL SEASON HASN'T reallv not into full swine. but because of the two home cage games of the season we believe that most H-SU fans have had a good look at Coach Bill Scott's crew. And the reports that we have had seem to indicate that most fans are going to support the Pokes like has never been done be- fore. At least we hope so. But some of the things that happened at the North Texas game last Tuesday night by a few "over enthusiastic' 'fans gave Hardin- Simmons a black eye. Sports fans on the forty acres have long been noted for their good sportsmanship as well as the H-SU players participating in sporting events. We know that a person can get carried away by the way the game is going or the way that the referee has been calling them "against HSU." But the officials at any sporting event whether it be basketball or football do their best and call the game the way they see them. THE TULSA GAME TURNED ...

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

!' THE Ifr-gtl BRAND Saiurdya Pcmbr 15 1151 Four Cowpokes Selected On Official AII-BC Eleven Three Ranchers Also Named To Second Squad Four Hardin-Simmons Cow- boys have been named to the of- ficial All-Border Conference football team as selected by the coaches of the conference. Bill Cagle Cush Holder Bob Hart and Frank (Dunny) Goode were all named to the first team. Chester Lyssy Wade Musgrove and Gene Offield were named to the second team. Loop champion Texas Tech and runner-up Hardin-Simmons' tied for team domination. Jerrell Price Tech's stellar lineman was named captain of the mythical eleven. Honorable Meniion Price also made the Associated Press Ail-American second team. Goode Holder and Offield were given honorable mention on the AP team. Arizona State at Tempe and Arizona both were given two berths on the first Border Con- ference squad. Balloting was done by mail through Dr. Emil L. Larson of the University of Arizona. He is Border Conference commissioner. An earlier All-...

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

Saturday December 15 1951 THEH-stf BRAlfp I Sacitty oucU A Cappella Gives Christmas Concert Pink AjjUa SbamUtcrfe "i . -. a By BETTIE TODD Brand Associate Editor Brunette dark eyed Shirley Price became University Queen Thursday as she was crowned with the white and silver crown of the university by the president of the student body Lewis Steph- ens. Shirley wore a white net strapless dress designed with beading seed pearls and shells sequins at the top of fitted bodice and repeated on the puff of net at the waist With the net and taf- feta gown she wore iridescent pearl necklace and earrings. Her flowers were a dozen red roses The royal purple and gold velvet cape was received by the queen as she sat enthroned in her "Winter Wonderland" pink throne. The queen's lady-in-waiting Lois Shelburne attended the queen wearing a pink chiffen strapless gown topped with a velvet bodice featuring chiffon shirring. Louise Livengood Louise Livengood wore a pink marquisette with tiny cap sleeves f...

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

Pag 6 THE H-SU BRAND Saiurdya December 15 1951 EK BBBv.1 "iKtBmKm liiOPiW 811111111 llip llKi' 'lHBr IB mil ;9HHHii ' 1 BBBiifiissglSs MaT '--- K:wku. JHShMhI " BBSP""vHfiBiiBB BBH .1 BflflflflflBflBflfli ::: ' ;:: MBMIBBBBBBMIBBBIBBBBBBMBBMBMMBBBBBBBjw&&'i&-. vX-mw - -. s;x..v.'s.. - CHRISTMAS CUT-UPS axe Bob Flegal and Buff Miller. Above Ihey are caughi in a typical scene during the Yuletide season. Seen over tho forty acres the past week were male students climbing trees to obtain mistletoe much to the co-eds regret. MEMBERS OF THE BUSINESS OFFICE staff pose with their tree one of the first erected on the campus. Shown are left to right Elaine Carlisle Mary Lou O'Rear Jim. Tartt and Haiiie Belle Martin. O COME ALL YE FAITHFUL. Carolers typical of the holiday season pause to send out greet ings. Students will gather hymnals and tune up their voices Wodnesday at the all-University Christ- r-Tanv mmren'Mne mas party and Food to the Needy drive. Baskets of food donated th...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 15 December 1951

Saturday December 15 1951 THE H-SU BRAND Pate 7 fyjule Activity fyecdutei (ZatoUUup tfeted. Social (Continued from Page 0) snack bar and Student Center have been decorated to keep in step with the spirit. The annual Smith Hall dinner got activities underway Friday night. Girls were served a full course Christmas meal and were given surprise packages. Guests at the affair were several faculty and staff members. Saturday the Chapel Choir will have its social in the Student Center at 7:3f0 p. m. Group games will be played and refreshments served social chairmen Johnny Sieren and Betty Stevens report. Also scheduled for Saturday night is the freshman class party Phil Briggs president an- nounces. Plans are being made by Tim Jones and Darlene Mc- Entire for the party and caroling fete. Annual Concert Friday night after the annual Christmas concert the A Cap- pella Choir went caroling to var- ious sections of Abilene. Monday seems to be the most heavily scheduled night of the week for at ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 15 December 1951

Pag t THE H-IU 1RAHD Sahirdya JDteoambw 15 llSl President Gives Annual Statements For the first time in several years .Hardin-Simmons showed a deficit in financial operations the past fiscal year according to President Rupert N. Richardson's annual report. Three factors are calculated to improve the situation. First the share of gifts from the Baptist General Convention will be lar- ger; the program to add to the income of the university by di- rect appeal to ex-students and friends is meeting with success; and a third means of increasing the- income was the raising of tui- tion and fees of students in the arts and sciences. Enrollment has dropped for the fourth consecutive year accord- ing to the report but colleges throughout the country have had a similar experience. This is due partly to the Selective Service Act and to the low birth rate of the depression years. The availability of jobs in Abi- lene for students who do part- time work to help defray ex- penses is an imporant fa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 22 December 1951

MZK &Aancl Jhz c Vol. XXXVI H-SU ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY DECEMBER 22. 1951 NO. 14 ENGLISH USAGE TEST RESULTS ARE TABULATED Of the 233 juniors and seniors taking the English Usage Test 184 made passing grades and 49 did not pass Miss Eva Rudd an- nounces. On a percentage basis 79 per cent passed and 21 per cent failed. Last April 3G per cent failed the test. A slight improvement was made over the grades in the fall of 1950 Miss Rudd reports. Figures for that time sh per cent failures were roc The test is given each to junior and senior stud have not passed it. The test must be passed before a student is al- lowed to graduate. The usage test was given Thursday Dec. 6 in Behrens Chapel. Results are posted on campus bulletin boards. Calendar of Events Wednesday Jan. 2: Basketball H-SU vs. Texas Wesleyan Col- lege Rose Field House 8 p. m. Thursday Jan. 3: Classes resume 8 a. m. Basketball Cowboys vs. Ari- zona State at Flagstaff Rose Field House 8 p. m. Saturday Jan. 5: Los Rancheros ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 22 December 1951

Saturday December 22 1951 EDITORIALS.... THE H-SU BRAND ic -k ki Ue Qbeate&t Qifjt One thousand nine hundred and fiffy-one years ago God gave to the world his only Son. Born in humility with- out wordly acclaim he made himself of no reputation that he might be obedient unto the Father even obedient unto the death of the cross. In this Christmas season it might be well for each of us who proclaim to be followers of Christ to ask ourselves what we have done with this greater gift of all. Imagine a father. There was something he wished his child to do and so he decided to give him a wonderful gift thinking "T have done this for him surely he will obey my wishes." But the child was rather clever. "When he received the gift he was pleased and said "Thank you father. Thank you for the wonderful gift. Thank you very. much" but the child declined to obey. Let us not be guilty in this season of Christ's birth of singing enrols giving gifts and celebrating in various ways even of thanking...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 22 December 1951

I Vs"' A i 4.:- K fti re H n . 4 Saturday December 22 1951 H-SU Students On Program For First DapTisT tnurch Christmas Festivity TMUS nnmn 1!.. .. THE H-SU BRAND TOVS came nll'vn nnrlnx lUo Christmas tree games were play- ed and carols sung' at the annual Christmas party sponsored by the Firfet Baptist Church Tuesday night. The social was held in the church's recreation room Hardin-Simmons students par- AN OPEN LETTER To Every Student Hardin-Simmons University My sincere love and best wishes to every student of H-SU. I pray each day that 1400 students may each become a really great human personality. God bless you all. Willis A. Sutton For Your Western BOOTS All kinds and prices Hats Shirts Pants Name Belts Men Women all ages. Our Repair Dept. is the Finest Leddy Boot Shop 170 Cypress Abilene Tex. ticipating on the program for the icuu were uan iNeims mama; Betty Stewart Bob Painter Clin- ton Wason Edith Wilson and Joe Cox children; Ed Tapscott and Sam Beam toy soldiers; Angehne Job...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 22 December 1951

Ff4 sacs THE H-SU BRAND Saturday. Pecembr 22 1951 Pokes Trounce Indians; Play Sul Ross Thursday Paria4.it Plant Became IfaU fyim; xcuLe. fab KtiAina . Hardin-Simmons Cowboy bas- keteers led from the start in downing the Midwestern Indians 73-53 in Rose Field House Tues- day. . . Coach Bill Scott's crew led by co-captains Bill Preston and Jim Covert completely overpowered the Midwestern five in winning their sixth game of the season. The Cowpokes have dropped four eames. The H-SU cagers took a com- manding lead from the start and by fast-breaking accurate shoot- ing a tight defense and a hot of- fense held the Indians 6-5 center O'Neal Weaver and crew. How- ever Weaver carried off high scoring honors for the night with 19. Scoring honors for the Cow- Abilene Book Store Best seller books Bibles and Bible helps and Com- mentaries. Monogrammed stationery and greeting cards. Across street from Telephone Bldg. 365 Cypress Ph. 4428 boys went to Preston who garn- ered seven field goals and ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 12 January 1952

. Sjiattd VoL XXXVI H-SU ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY JANUARY 12 1952 NO. 15 Bandsters ake TV Appearance The World Famous Cowboy Band made its first apeparance on television Wednesday and in do- ing so became the largest group to present a show on WFAA-TV a Dallas station. Report was made following the band's 30-minute program on the Dallas channel. Under the direc- tion of Marion B. McClure the band which returned Friday from a four-day tour featured Doris Crudgington singing "Rid- ing Down the Canyon". Also presented was Mary Jane Smith accordianist playing "Dark Eyes" and John Jay Horn playing "Tico Tico" on the xylophone. Sheriff Interviewed During the half-hour show Director McClure was interview- ed told the history of the band's trip to Europe and described the cowboys' uniforms. Sheriff Will Watson also was interviewed. The tour which began Tuesday took the bandsters to eight Texas cities. The tour was the first of the year. The band gave concerts in Min- eral Wells High School Au...

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