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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 12 January 1952

THE H-SU BRAND Saturday January 12 1952 Pag 2 !i W EDITORIALS.... -k iBpaitimattdUlfz? Boa! Somewhere back in our grade school days we were exposed to the basic principles of good sportsmanship. We were taught not to hit a man when he's down because he might get up and knock our teeth in. We learned not to boothe winner of a game as he might be bigger than we and again we'd lose our teeth. But its seems that when we got to college where the guy that is booed or kicked while down cannot fight back by kicking our teeth out in a gentlemanly way we have for- gotten the lessons of good sportsmanship. Especially when it comes to basketball where anything can and does often happen on the court. "We forget ind ap-' plaud when a player is hurt or fouled. "We boo officials who don't agree with our conception of how the play went. We shout and heckle members of the opposition and referees until our good sportsmanship seems a thing of the far dis- tant past. Next time there is a game we can try...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 12 January 1952

' m Saturday January 12 1952 THE H-SU BRAND lae9 -- - bSL :'- . t ;- XlKiilflHUliBliyi IfWI- v SI ssVISssSsbk ssBf ' '" ' jtaWta&PmmaFt&Wa. . 'EydB wmaaam- m wifaaamsiSawaame-fwamrw MaaaW&v M&iaw$ts&aaam2iu JFsawe8mmRs ssaw ?iKiHilKwPBB$'9B BSl. fgSSSSiSM?I -MttlSBSSHSSMSSSlSSl Lsfcttsssl bs1"-SBv?BSwbss VKbsbWKbsMHvwWk4SSMbs1 I Hi I H 1 it si 1 1: 1 IS ill sm I JsM s 1 M l a s f Mli M 1 .1 1 i 1 BBBBP& sMJSISSfeBW ISWS PlBBi:BBBlft4BB! BBBBBBhB8B BflflflflBflMBflflflflBfllBflflflflW''jBBflflflflBP'IH H$wi w8maaaaaaaE8&lKEsi$i&aaaaaEa3aaam Leaving for their first Border Conference road trip Ihis season the Hardin-Sixn mons Cowboys will lour Arizona for games with Arizona University Tempo Stale and Flagstaff State Jan. 14 16. The Pokes had a 9-5 record through last Monday night and a Border Conference record of 1-1. The cagers were to have played Texas Western Thursday night and Sheppard Air Force Base Friday night in -Rose Field House. With basketball...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 12 January 1952

P0 4 THE H-SU BRAND Saturday January 12 1952 Ranchers Blast 'Jacks As Hank Green Stars Scotfmen Claim First Border Conference Tilt With Hank Green playing his best game of the season the Har-din-Simmons Cowboys blasted the Arizona State at Flagstaff Lumberjacks 72-47 in Rose Field House in the opening Border Conference game for both teams. Green sank 21 points for his night's work before he fouled out in the final quarter. But also on defense Green limited the Lum- berjack star Jim Topp to only three free throws. The Cowboys took the lead early in the initial quarter and were never headed as they rolled up a 23-8 lead. Green scored 10 of the points. However the Lum- berjacks took the first lead of the game when little Lupe Ace- vedo hit with a long set shot But Green ducked in a two- pointer and the count was knot-ted2-2. A second later Topp dropped in a free throw and the Jacks lead for the last time in the tilt 3-2. Out in Front Then the Pokes caught fire. Before the visitors knew...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 12 January 1952

Saturday January 12 19ic : THE H-SU BRAND Page 5 LSB Sponsored Group Holds Colorado Meets HELEN STARR . . . monologues WALTER BYNUM . . . war stories NITA GRIMES . . . 'White Cliffs' Downtown BA Courses To Continue In Spring Downtown night courses in business administration began last semester and designed to meet the demand of persons employed or otherwise prevented from at- teiding classes on the campus will be continued this coming semester Dr. W. D. Rich dean of the School of Business Admin- istration announces. Registration for the evening classes will be held at 6:30 p. m. Monday Feb. 4 in the First Bap- tist Church Dr. Rich reports. Classes will be conducted in the edcational building of the church four nights a week. Instructors and courses for the sessions include Dr. Rich federal income tax returns and business law; Helen Williams shorthand; Mary Lou O'Rear typing; C. E. Gatlin economics; Frank Levett bookkeeping; W. C. Ribble per- sonnel administration; and Alton B. Lee b...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 12 January 1952

fm WrIWBEXM iff1 3wv lK at vfi If f 0$$ wl$PlH THE COWBOY AND THE SENORITA were the attraclions at the Twelfth Night celebration of Los Rancheros Spanish club. The cowboy Gilbert Oakley provided music for the party with his guitar. Little Jean Vinson the senorila in a miniature Spanish cos- tume added color to the Jan. 5 affair. Jean's parents Mr. and Mrs. Lester Vinson are both members of the group. Spanish students ob- served the visit of the three wise men to the infant Jesus which is the Christmas holiday in Latin America. Mrs. Trice Rev. Weekes Say Vows In Double Ring Ceremony Monday Chapel of the First Baptist Church was the setting for the wedding of Mrs. Ethel Preston Trice and the Rev. William John Weekes Monday at 10 a. m. The double ring ceremony was read by Dr. James L. Sullivan pastor The bride wore a pale blue wool dress jeweled bolero and with a matching jeweled hat. The acces- sories were navy blue. She car- ried a bouquet of debutante pink carnations. Ethel Roberts ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 12 January 1952

Saturday Jariur 12 1152T 'Danube Not Blue' THE H-SU BRAND Austrian Pisk Speaks On 'Musical Vienna7 The famed "blue" Danube is -not really blue in the musically famous city on its banks Vienna nor is that city today the place of gaiety and music that it was at the time "The Blue Danube" waltz was written. Dr. Paul J. Pisk guest profes- sor of music at the University of Texas told an audience at the Tuesday chapel hour that in the 30' years he lived in Vienna he never saw the Danube blue but it was usually grey or green. Vienna today is a sad city de- serted by the generation of young musicians who were just coming into their own at the beginning of the Second World War. So Dr. Pisk says Vienna lives with her musical past but without the tra- tioftal musical present. Native Austrian In his talk on "Musical Vien- na" Dr. Pisk a native Austrian who is now chairman of the music department atL the Univer- sity of Redlands California dis- cussed the many musical greats who lived and worked...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 12 January 1952

THK H-SU BRAND Saturday January 12 19S2 Fy t 'Campus Capers' Rates Top In Poll A.nnnfAntt in n rprpnf rnmtlllS wide survey conducted by the radio business and advertising class 96 per cent of the students on the camfms listen to KHSU. Most popular program on the KHSU log is Campus Capers a regular Thursday night disc jockey feature emceed by Lloyd Wright and engineered by Larry Fitzgerald. The survey revealed that 30.5 per cent of the students who listen to the station enjoy Campus Capers more than any other program. Party With Pat starring Pat Beasley is the second most listen- ed to program on the station while the third most popular is Disc Jockey Derby a nightly disc jockey show. Party With Pat had a 7.8 rating while the number four show had a 7.4. Dub Bowlus Spins and Needles aired every Monday night from 9 until midnight follows with 3.6 per cent. KHSU is the favorite station of 29.1 per cent of the students polled while KEBC is next with 23.7. KWKC and KWFT follow with 20.9 a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 19 January 1952

VoL XXXVI H-SU. ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY JANUARY 19 1952 IF-' '"S i No. 16 DEAD WEEK BEGINS ON CAMPUS MON. FINAL EXAMS SET Students of H-SU are now in the process of preparing for final exams with dead week beginning Monday and exams slated for Jan. 28 through Jan. 31. Dead week will find students concentrating on studies with all university activities suspended except for two basketball games carded for Monday and Tuesday against West Texas State and Wolters AF Base. Registration for the spring semester will be Feb. 4-5. Registration will not be in Rose Field House this semester due to preparations being made for the Golden Gloves Tournament. Place of registration will be an- nounced at a later date. Over 1200 students are expect- ed to register for the spring sem- ester in comparison to the 1373 students attending during the present term states A. B. Lee registrar. o Student Magazine To Be Out Monday The H-SU Corral student liter- ary magazine will be distribut- ed on the campus Mon...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 19 January 1952

Saturday January H ltS2 EDITORIALS.... J.uuIgm Qwel tf-asiewell k THE H-IU 1RAND Qtw&utmeHt fy tit People 3tapel Idcfae&l fylidau Evidence was given this week of the laxity and uncon cern of H-SU students for any phase of student government or especially concern for student leaders. Nomination blanks for a replacement for student social chairman were placed in the student center the scheduled week in advance of the election primary. But when the time came for the nominations to be picked up not one nominee had the required seventy-five signatures to qualify entrance in the election. The blanks had to be left out for additional time in order for anyone to qualify for the election. In any election and more especially an election for such an important office as the student social chairman students should show enough interest to take the time to sign their name to the candidate whom they would like to nominate. Another nomination campaign is being staged this week for the annual...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 19 January 1952

THE H-SU BRAND m Quintet to Meet West Texas. Wolters Saturday January 19 1S52 i BBBBBBBBBBBPtfifrft 5 2yn ic-v-' 5rfyf '' BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBM BBBBKv V i'SWVr''' :BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB BHgrosjS?Y& 4 Z iffy ? W'JSsm f BmJ'-1 . rfwn IPtBBBBBBBBBBbBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB & BBBBBBBBBBBVflBBBBBBVBBBBBmBBBBBBBBB: .!fy-Jy... .v.'1. JTx HEar TftiSsnHHHiSMIHH Pokes to Battle Buffs Monday Airmen Tuesday Going after their fourth Border Conference victory of the season the Hardin-Simmons Cowboys will meet the West Texas State Buffaloes Monday night and will battle a non- conferendce team the "Wolters Air Force Base crew Tuesday night in Rose Field House. The Pokes will be meeting the Buffs for the first time this season but Bill Scott's five will. be battling the Airmen for the second time. HIGH POCKETS HANK. Tallest player on the varsily squad. Bill (Hank) Gre...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 19 January 1952

THE H-SU BRAND Saturday. January 19 1952 WITH 65-63 COUNT Cowboys Down Jets In Non-Conference Tilt In the closest game of the season in Rose Field House for the HJardin-Simmons Cowboys Bill Scott's cagers rallied in the final minute of play to edge the Sheppard Air Force Jets 65-63" in a non-conference battle. Joe Simpson Poke guard who paced the winners with 14 points from the floor came through in the clutch in the fading seconds of play to bring the Cowboys from behind and the Pokes held on the short time that remained. With 1:30 remaining in the con- test Simpson sank a one-hander to send the Cowpunchers out in front and the Jets never caught up. Scored Clincher Jim Covert scored what proved to be the clincher when he was on the end of a fast break send- ing the Pokes ahead 64-61 with 65 seconds left. Farrell Craig former Okla- homa A & M great who was the leading scorer of the contest with 22 markers got the Jets back in the game with a free shot reduc- ing the Cowboy lead ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 19 January 1952

' Saturday January 19 1952 THE H-IU BRAND ?! ili mm1iimmmmmmmmmmm-m-..-j-m-- Iv ' 9 r i K 5 J' t m u! M '. f DISASTER COMMITTEE members get together to draw up plans for a campus-wide organization that will serve as an implement of the Civil Defense force and an auxiliary of the Red Cross. Plans call for first aid classes and drills home nursing courses and fire drills for next semester. Committee members pictured above are left to right Nancy Roberts student representative; Frank Low disaster chairman for H-SU: Marv Rocrers Easlon asisstant chairman: and Mrs. J. C. Nowborrv of the Red Cross acting in an advisory capacity. Rocks In Head Beginning Geologists Lug In Annual Stores By BETTIE TODD Brand Associate Editor Rock like gold is where you find it so the old saying goes but a better place for rock around H-SU this week is in the geology department. The. semester rock and mineral collections for beginning geology students fell due this week and as a result Kenneth Patterson geolog...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 19 January 1952

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 19 January 1952

lHurcUyy January It. 152 THB H-iU MUUtD If Society Notes Davis-Rose Marriage To Be Read Feb. 23 Charlotte Davis January grad- uate of H-SU and Earl Glenn Hose BSU student secretary of Texas University Medical Schpol will repeat wedding vows in the First Baptist Church of Texar- kana Feb. 23 at 7 p. m. Rev. John Easco will perform the double ring ceremony. The bride to be given away by her father Lee Davis will wear a heavy white satin dress with a cathedral train pointed sleeves fitted pointed bodice and an imported chantilly lace front which opens into a white lace panel down the front of satin apolicjued skirt. She will wear a Juliet cap and fingertip veil. Attondanls Named Serving Miss Davis as attend- ants will be four H-SU students and one ex-student. Ruth White senior from Brownfield will be the bride's maid of honor. Bridesmaids are to be Beverly Geisendorff H-SU student from Beauomnt Dorothy Howry junior from San Antonio Mary Post ex-student from Abilene and Sue Henmnger sen...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 19 January 1952

THE H-1U BRAND Saturday January 1 152 Professionals Draft 3 H-SU Gridders Three Hardin-Simmons Cow- boy football squad members have been drafted by professional foot- ball teams it was announced Fri- day. They are Frank (Dunny) Goode Wade Musgrove and Gene Offield. Goode the nations number two ground gainer this season has been drafted by the Washington Redskins. Goode was named to the All-Border Conference half back position . A tackle on the 1951 Cowboy team Musgrove also All-Border Conference will go to the Chi- cago Cardinals. Offield pass snagging end made second team in'the All-Border Conference selections. He has been drafted by the San Fran- cisco 49er9. Two other Abilene players were drafted. They are Lester Weeler ACC Philadelphia Eag- les: and E. J. (Tiny) Moore ACC Chicago Cardinals. i-o MfUic-JlatUna Maui Ghtaiml Radio Jtaooc m Favorite haunt for a number of campus pets the Jast two years has been the studios of KHSU. Especially has this been true during the Thursday ni...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 26 January 1952

y' Ssumd wz Vol. XXXVI H-SU ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY JANUARY 26 1952 No. 17 Course Changes Sighted Several changes in classes and teachers are due when Hardin- Simmons starts its 1952 spring semester Feb. 6. Dr. Ottar Tinglum from Black River Falls Wis. will replace Dr. Albert Lunday in the socio- logy department. Dr. Lunday is leaving for active duty in the Air Force. E. F. Duke history professor will be replaced by Dr. A. R. Parker formerly with the Uni- versity of Oklahoma. Prof. Duke will take a leave of absence from the faculty to work on his doc- torate at the University of Texas. Evening Classes S. W. McFarlin H-SU gradu- ate is slated to teach evening classes in bookkeeping. McFarlin has been connected with the In- come Tax Bureau of the gov- ernment but recently resigned to return to H-SU for a master's degree where he will instruct. Mrs. J. Carl Bass wife of biology instructor J. Carl Bass will teach night classes in typing. Mrs. Bass M.B.A. graduate of the University of Okl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 26 January 1952

THE H-SU BRAND Saturday. January 26 1952 EDITORIALS.... " ametUUtf Afew. Added The new way of presenting players niid coaches at basketball games along with the singing of the anthem is a project recently started by the II-SU Student Council. Here's honiner thev keen it un it's a eood way to ac quaint students with both teams. Lewis Stephens student UnAv nrosiHonf slinnlrl lm congratulated for beiiiir the brains behind it all. -o- Pftff s 7Ae Hell fanfeld We are wondering how the individual or individuals who so cleverly set off the alarm clock in chapel Tuesday morning would feel if he or they had to speak with bells ringing through the chapel!! We have seen some pretty asinine and childish things on the campus but this one takes the cake. Whd'i. Apiakt? Ono noint. wf of the Brand would like to make clear this week is the position we haven't taken in reference to the recent "paddlings" given lower classmen by old mem- bers of the Cowboy Band. We didn't take a stand editorially last...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 26 January 1952

Saturday January 26 1952 THE H-SU BRAND Pat 3 Broncos Win Over Angels To Take National League mBX3mm"m?T lSXyik. "N-tK" GIVING 9E x-"Bj " X "V jsre AFTER A WEEK'S REST we're back at the old grind again and it feels good. After the basketeers came back from the grueling grind out in Arizona the players reported that they were treated nicely by all the schools on the swing. The food was good and the referees were excellent. Those two elements enter into any kind of road trip for any sport steam. Of course the outcome of two of the three games could have been better but it's the rule rather than the exception for Border Conference teams to win at home and lose on the road. But as they say in Brooklyn just wait until next year. THE PHYSICAL CONDITION of any spocts team plays a big part in the outcome of the season. Coach Bill Scott has done a good BILL SCOTT good job this year but couldn't make up our minds whether the stunt was going to work. But after watching the idea in action Monda...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 26 January 1952

t . tr THE H-1U BRAND H Saturday January 1 1852 To Takt BCltad West Texans Beat Ranchers 60-54 By WILLARD PRATT Brand Sporis Writer The Buffaloes of West Texas State won their fourth consecu- tive Border Conference game at the expense of the Hardjn-Sim-nions Cowboys 60-54 in Rose Field House Monday night. Inaccuracy at the free throw line proved to be the un- doing of the Pokes. Although the Cowboys were leading at the end of the first quarter 16-9 the Buffs pulled to within two points at halftime trailing 26-24. Star of the game was Troy Burrus of the Buffs who poured 25 points through the hoops. Young Burrus completely over- shadowed his older brother Aus- tell who also was on the WT team. He had a good night at the free throw line missing on only 2 "out of 13. Joe Simpson of the Cowboys did' not fare so well at the gratis line sinking only 3 of 12 trys but went on the lead the home team with 13 points followed by Hank Green with 11. Many Fouls The game was a rough and tumble affa...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 26 January 1952

Saturday January 28 1SS2 THE H-SU BRAJCD v 544 fN t T 'i. 3.' i l. i - Downtown Classes Due Enrollment Increase Downtown evening courses in business administration and other extension courses in West Texas cities will again be offered during the spring semester J. D. Os- bourne director of the extension department announces. The demand for out-of-town extension work has leveled off following the post-war boom and the increase in graduate students and so the courses offered by the extension department are ex- pected to be approximately the same as those held during the fall semester Osborne adds. Enrollment Increases Enrollment in the night classes of business administration may show an increase during the spring states Dr. W. D. Rich chairman of the school of busi- ness administration because of the success of the fall courses and the many inquiries already made of him concerning the spring courses. The B. A. courses to be offered in Abilene as of part of the downtown extension work...

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