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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 26 January 1952

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Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 26 January 1952

Saturday January 21 1H2 THE H-1U BRAND . 1 Onitial 9Aue o Gonial Reaeah JifeoA GoUefkde StylUtf Content By BETT.IE UTRECHT Brand Staff Writer The first issue for the current school year of the long awaited Corral student magazine was distributed to the student body Monday. Under the editorship of Ann Hall the Corral appeared in a new and different dress. Designed to attract the eye and stimulate interest the cover features caricatures by Dub Bow- lus of several H-SU students as typical examples of the species of the male animal to be found on campus. Collegiate Look "Miss Maude E. King sponsor of the Corral says after looking over the first issue "It seems Miss Hall succeeded in what she set out to do to give this issue a collegiate appeal. Not only the cover but the cartoons by Eugene Walters depicting "Life in Fergu son HaUM and "8 a. m. at Girls Dorm" were designed to create more personal interest among students. Heretofore although the mater- ial contained in the Corral was gene...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 26 January 1952

V THE H-SU BRAND Saturday January 26 1152 t sees? ; &:' Ministerial students interested in securing opportunities in youth revival work for this summer are asked to see Mrs. W. F. Howard interviewer to be on. Hardin- Simmons campus Tuesday Truett Sheriff director1 of religious ac- tivities reports. Mrs. Howard representative from the Baptist student office in Dallas will be in the BSU of- fice all day Jan. 29 for the pur- pose of interviewing prospective revival workers .Sheriff states Banquet Tickets To Go On Sale In Snack Bar Junior-Senior Banquet tickets fo on sale in the H-SU snack bar 'eb. 1. Approximately 300 guests are expected to attend 0 the affair slated 'Feb. 21. A transportation committee is arranging rides to the Abilene Country Club for those who need them. Willard Pratt junior class president states that unique de- corations conveniently arranged tables and lighting effects will add color. The program also will exclude a speaker. Tickets are $1.75 each. NEW REGIST...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 2 February 1952

fc k Ssuutd Jh& c VoL XXXVI H-SU ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY FEBRUARY 9 1952 No. 18 c COWBOY BAND IB . 1 H iTir ' it In ' iKif WARREN B. resigns lo lake Woodson Quits; 7 Coaches Apply Warren B. Woodson fror 11 years athletic director and head football coach at H-SU resigned Jan. 31 to become head football coach and professor of physical education at the University of Arizona. Until Wednesday night at press time no permanent or temporary successor had been named. How- ever seven coaches had officially applied for the vacancy. Dr. Richard A. Harvill Uni- versity of Arizona president made the announcement of the hiring of Woodson who replaces Enrollment Booklets Total 1231 Registration figures for the spring semester had reached 1231 by the end of formal registration Tuesday Alton B. Lee registrar reports. This number to whom regis- tration booklets had been issued through Tuesday was larger than had been expected Lee adds. Final count-is expected to fall short of the 1360 enrolled for ...

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

Saturday February 1 H52 THE H-StJ BRAND by Wler LitUc Man On Campus ?& SSava A fr 2b tj&AtA c.C- VV Ci 194 mTT 'Z ;at" wor smovt-'jl'-' . EDITORIALS.... c i &ui tyto&t Step ' We say thank you to the administration for accepting the suggestion of the student body and the Student Council that representatives of the two be admitted to membership on the university's artist course committee. The president of the Student Council and the junior class representative have been acting as committee members and everybody is happy with the results of the experiment as far as we have heard. This sharing of responsibility and. authority concern- ing student life may be considered as the first step toward greater co-operation between student representatives and the administrative officers of the university. We h6pe that it ik.We hope lhat it means we may ge't a larger say in student government a hand perhaps in the formation of a student court system wider responsibility for the Stu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 2 February 1952

Saturday February 1 1SS2 THE H-1U BRAND Pf 1 v ' ; jb JT Jl 11 a JBfcS By LARRY FITZGERALD WARREN B. WOODSON has resigned as athletic director and head football coach. Yes that's old news but it's the first opportunity that we have had to comment on the fact. After some 11 years on the H-SU campus the man who guided Cowboy football teams to some 58 victories with only 23 defeats has taken his invinsible gridion knowledge to another state. During his tenure on the forty acres Woodson actually put the Cowboys on the map of the football world so to speak. When he took over the reins at H-SU this university wasn't classified as a "major" football college. It was just a minor school. But now the purple and gold has definitely moved up in the world. We think that this is Woodson's biggest contribution to Hardin-Simmons. When any team faces a squad coached by Wood- son they know that they are going to be in for a rough battle Now we bid a fond farewell to Hardin-Simmonss' greatest foot- ba...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 2 February 1952

J THK H-KJ MUUfD Til! VLB! JS.JinJJ. Basketeers Win Tuscola Tournament The H-SU Independents won the Tuscola Independent tourna- ment held in the Tuscola gym sweeping through the tourney undefeated. The H-SU lads won over the "5" Aces Flynt Motors and Banner Dairies. In the opening game of the tourney H-SU topped the "5" Aces 42-33. Glen Selbo and Pete Golson paced the winners with 16 and 9 points respectively. Nor- man Skipworth had 14 markers for the Aces. The second game found the Simmons Independents blasting Flynt Motors of Ballinger 62-40. Bob Hart had 18 Selbo 14 and Walt Bynum and Golson 10 each. In the championship game H-SU won easily over the Banner; Dairies of. Abilene 88-46. Hart led the winners with 22 Golson meshed 21 Selbo 19 and Bynum 11. Tom Milford and Riley Cross made 16 and 11 tallies each for the losers. The H-SU Independents are planning to participate in the San Angelo tournament next week Manager Bynum reports. o Eagles Top Pokes 76-62 In Denton Gaining reve...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 2 February 1952

hxrr :Tbruxr j U82 tifC H-IXJ BRAND . 1 '! BSU Lists Focus Week Counselors -' i i . -------- IN NEW YORK FOR tho second time within four years is the World Famous Hardin-Simmons Cowboy Band pictured above. The band leaving Abilene for Dallas Wednesday represented the Texas delegation at an Eisenhower-for-President rally in Madison Square Garden Friday night. Enroute the band presented concerts in Fort Worth Denison Effingham 111. and St. Louis. 'Death Takes Holiday' Annual Spring Play Set for March 14 15 Cast for the Players Club an- nual spring production "Death Takes A Holiday" was to have been announced Friday night by Dr. Katharine Boyd chairman of the speech department. ' Tryouts for the 3-act comedy were conducted Wednesday and Thursday in A202 by Dr. Boyd. Set For Two Nights The play by Alberto Casella and rewritten for the American stage by Walter Ferris will be presented in Behrens Chapel two nights Friday and Saturday March 14 and 15. Modern costuming wil be used in the my...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 2 February 1952

laturday rAruary t 1.M2 Churches Civic Clubs To Hear Simmonsites IN M ' 'THK tf-lU MIAHP ilBBBBr'BBI'' Mini Sji V$ tJlt HHHHHHHHhIBHHHHHHHHHHHB IHkP.1nv:' bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbK 'bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbE :' M: RE ?vilSibbWvY&!vfbE KJ :P sBBfl bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbnv4Kbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbb&'?'- JpbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbHMH FRIENDSHIPS BEGINNING for lovely Mieko Shimizu newly enrolled Japanese student The petile 22-year-old co-ed selected Hardin-Sixnmons upon recommendation of a professor at a Univer- sity in Tokyo which she attended. Through correspondence with Dr. Rupert N. Richardson she ob- tained a scholarship to attend H-SU. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Cram "adopted" the dark eyed student and are providing her with a home while she is studying in America. Pictured above from left to right are Crain Mieko Dr. Richardson and Mrs. Crain. Japanese Student Overcomes Hardships to Enroll at H-SU A new home a new school a new name a new life! That's what's in store for petite Mieko Shimizu Japanese student who...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 2 February 1952

Saturday February 9 1952 THE H-SU BRAND Paf 7 J a On R&Utftoul fyocuA Week 'learn A graduate of Hardin-Simmons an H-SU extension professor from Albuquerque N. M. and an Odessa pastor are slated to take part in Religious Focus Week March 3-7. They are Rev. E. Douglas Car- ' ver pastor . of the Pampa First Baptist Church Rev. Bill Jen- kins State Student Secretary of New Mexico and H-SU extension professor of Bible at New Mex- ico University and Rev. J. Con- ally Evans pastor of the Belmont Baptist Church Odessa. Carver who was graduated from H-SU in 1926 also has serv- ed as pastor of the University Baptist Church. Other pastprates have been in White Deer Har- lingen and McPherson Kans. He has previously conducted revivals at Hardin-Simmons Wayland College Plainview and Mary Hardin-Baylor College Belton. Rotary President Carver is a member of the executive board and trustee of Wayland College and Mary Har- RELIGIOUS SERVICES TO MEET IN Gl HALL Beginning next week the reli- gious ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 2 February 1952

THE H-IU BRAND Salurday February S 1152 Ff t A Cappella Choir Schedules Third Tour Featuring Convention TV Radio Shows The Hardin-Simmons A Cap- pella Choir has scheduled its third tour of the school year for Feb. 23 through Feb. 26 Euell Porter director of the choir an- nounces. The three-day tour will take the choir to the national conven- tion of the National Association of Teachers of Singing in con- junction with the National As- sociation of Teachers of Music which meets in Dallas Feb. 25-26. Other programs slated for the choir include an appearance on WFAA-TV Feb. 23 at 2:30 p. m. A 30-minute concert is being planned for that Fort Worth ap- pearance Porter says. Sunday Feb. 24 the choir will be the guest choir at the morn- ing services at the Polytechnic Baptist Church in Fort Worth and will present a concert of sacred music at the night services of the Riverside Baptist Church of Fort Worth. A concert at the First Baptist Church of Arlington will be given by the choir Feb. 2...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 16 February 1952

mfZK Jht Sjiattd VoL XXXVI H-SU ABILENE TEXAS. SATURDAY FEBRUARY 16 1952 NO. 19 Gullette Cagle LORETTA GULLETTE . . . most beautiful co-ed Junior -Senior Fete Set For Abilene Country Club The annual Junior-Senior Ban- quet is scheduled for Thursday at 8 'p. m. in the Abilene Country Club Willard Pratt president of the hosting juniors reports. Tickets for the affair are now on sale in Abilene Hall and the Student Center. The ducats are priced at $1.75 each a price which will also include transportation to the Country Club as names of persons purchasing tickets will be given to the transportation committee which will provide cars for all. Theme A Secret The secret theme and the pro- gram will be unveiled only after the banquet begins Thursday FIVE TO ATTEND ALPHA CHI MEET Five delegates to the Alpha Chi convention to be held Feb. 22-23 at Baylor University Waco have been tentatively named by Julius Olsen chapter on the cam- pus Dr. O. O. Watts chapter sponsor announces. The delegates ...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 16 February 1952

r rMM toawc THE H-SU BRAND Saturday. February It. 1M2 '- EDITORIALS.... Ar UmIc Mmi On CampM by Bib Z'S' r VI 'Qui' l4Uuei&itif Maybe the leaders of Hardin-Simmons grow tired of hearing us complain but we hope they don't weary of hear- ing us saying "thank you" because we'd like to do it again and again. This time the "thank you" is for the chapel speech of last Saturday made by.PresidentvRupert N- Richardson. In that speech the president and administration for the first time tpld the student body what makes the financial wheels of the university go around. He explained our share in the financial support of the university and what other sources are used to keep the in- stitution from operating at a deficit. He told us why we have a registration fee and not an activity fee. He even had figures comparing tuition fees here with those of other Baptist colleges and universities showing the charges of H-SU to be slightly under the average. President Richardson made us part of the univ...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 16 February 1952

Saturday February II 1952 THE H-SU BRAND Pt Evans Is New Head Football Coach m - '! I a (SHiVUM T FITZ By LARRY FITZGERALD MURRAY EVANS AS HEAD football coach at Hardin-Simmons came as not surprise to us even though we wouldn't have bet on the subject last week. But we do think that the athletic committee made a wise and sound selection when they selected Evans to lead the Pokes next season. From what we have seen and heard Evans is a jovial fellow and is bked by everyone on the forty acres. Those are two assets that a coach must have if he is to obtain the best from his athletic team. We also liked the way that Murray was presented to the student body. H-SU students had the privilege of knowing the name of the new coach "before" everyone else instead of reading about it in the newspapers. Students on the campus knew about the selection only about a half-hour after the story had been released to the newspapers. Then the papers didn't have a chance to print the story before the after...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 16 February 1952

T99 4 ' - a ' ' i ' ' ... THE ri-aiU BRAND Saturday. February lt 1M2 JIM. RIDDLE . ace quarterback ROY CARTER . . . center delux 'Likeable Fellows' Riddle and Carter Are Football Co-captains Two of the most likeable fel- lows on the Hafdin-Simmons University campus Jim Riddle and Roy Carter have been elect- ed co-captains of the 1952 foot- ball team. Riddle and Carter will assume duties when spring training starts scheduled for the first of next week head coach Murray Evans states. Riddle although a senior this year has one more year of eligi- Poke Golfers Overpower Lamesons 5-2 Tuesday Over a wind-swept course the Hardin-Simmohs golf team down- ed a group of visiting Lamesa Country Club linksmen 5-2 at the Abilene Country Club Tues- day afternoon. H-SU's Tommy Howell fired the. best round of the day with a 73. George Smith of the Cowboys topped Bill White of Lamesa 2 and 1 and Bill Phillips edged La- mesa's Buster Tuttle 5 and 3. The two Cowboys won the team match 3 and 2. In the s...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 16 February 1952

TT" aturday February 18 1S52 THE HSU BlfolfD Pat Ic 1 . t t m cf;f i L . r 0 v 1 H KSGm r"'PMmmmmm mm iiiH kSBI EiiiiiiiiiiiiiiSBMMHMBBnMBlBiiiiiiiS ssssVsiiiiisiiiiiiiiiiVP'flliryiviBiiiiiiS I timw PlM BhS mtsiHI HBH IMsHssiS IsssssssssasHsMfJIIliikBiiiiB s-7'il bsssSk. mJBIH nmm 11 BBaH slllHHllllllB'lslMBBSflBBllllllB sllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllB K ilslllllllllW B:':iHH H IHK'H KjHHI H HHljsHflBlllH JACK NAMES . to portray death Names To Play Death Dr. Boyd Selects Spring Play Cast Heading the cast of the Players Club spring production "Death Takes a Holiday" which was an- nounced this week are Jack Names Willis Griffin and Don- na Mae Champion Dr. Katharine Boyd chairman of the speech department reports. Also chosen for parts in the comedy written by Alberto Cas- ella and edited for the American stage by Walter Ferris are Betty Conway Joyce Sides Carol Blankenship Moselle Hutton Robert Walker Angeline Jobe John Kuykendall Jim White and Bill Myers. The play will b...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 16 February 1952

i H-i & i .. ..ifli .tniili till THE H-IU BRAND lexurdey FebnterT IE 112 Six Will Attend TISA Conference In Lubbock ton..l.i..JIW'M l - BTKSflrlMBSSB-' WBJByMtj "TgalftAMy7?ife!3 ETJSaBWBHy jfjKjTJjywst i-x y KSmHHbHv WHE R3E&iiriVflMHBH? lHiiW.'?3iiiiiiiiiH? IBSHhHHH 'WE LIKE IKE' Texas boosters of Eisenhower-f or-Presideni yell at the cameraman in the above picture. Shown with the Texas delegation are members of the H-SU Cowboy Band and riders of the six white horses. The band and riders left Abilene tor Dallas where xney boarded a special tram tor New York and the Eisenhower rally held last Friday night Feb. 8. The group returned Monday. The above picture was taken in Penn Station in New York City. After New York Trip Bandsters Agree It's Good To Be Back In Texas USA "We had fun in New York but it's good to be back in Texas" might sum up the attitude of the H-SU group who attended the New York Ike-For-President rally last week as guests of the Texas legislation. Making th...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 16 February 1952

tt "Saturday Ttbtixif 11 1152 THEH-fttTMIAlril t - i ' J ?t Sheriff Announces Seminar Topics Topics for Religious Focus Week seminars to be held twice daily have been released by Truett Sheriff BSU director. Seminars will be held Monday through Thursday at two differ- ent hours. At 4:30 p. m. each day William Hall Preston will conduct seminars in Abilene Hall on "Making Friends and Marry- ing One?' Monday and Tuesday the fol- lowing seminars will be held at 6:45 p. m. "Basic Baptist Doc- trines" conducted by Rev. Charles Ashcraft; "Strategy of Soul Winning" by the Rev. Douglas Carver; "Must Love Wait in Time of War?" by Mrs. Lake Pylant; "Is Christ your Business Partner?" by William Bright and "Living for Christ Seven Days a Week" by Rev. Charles Roselle. Wednesday and Thursday the following topics will be discussed during the 6:45 seminar. . "Is College Popularity Worth Seek- ing?" will be led by Frenchie Bramwell; "Doctrine of -the Holy Spirit" by Rev. Conally Evans; "The Play-off...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 16 February 1952

4 " THX H-SU URAKD Saturday February IS 1M2 x ac I M W J( By CLARA BETHE COATS r v QUESTION OF THE WEEK: In your opinion jvhat is the out- standing complaint of teachers at H-SU? James Martin junior speech major-from Abi- lene "says: "During the years that I have been at HardinnSimmons I have found that most classes are dull and I find it easy to day dream. This is true especially of the teachers who are not department heads; this comes maybe from the teachers's lack of interest in student life. Ixora Walkr religious education major and a sophomore from Santo Texas says: "A minority of the teachers have been dull and monotonous. On the whole my classes have proved to be worth- while. "I enjoy teachers who have something to say and give it in an interesting way." ?$$?& W. M. Hunt senior B. A. major from Quinlan m i t? 1 a - ai j . - i pxn5. np ipvpr T.nnr jik a wnnip mp tdpii tvio titio sqi ' -- -j -w -. But he says there are some teachers who should spend more time preparing lec...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 23 February 1952

Sjuutd m& Vol. XXXVI H-SU ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY FEBRUARY 23 1952 NO. 2a Council Slates Election Nomination blanks for the re- placement of senior representa- tive to the Student Council were placed in the Snack Bar Thurs- day Lewis Stephens student body president reveals. Bob Moody senior representative last fall graduated in January. Election for the replacement will be held next Friday or Sat- urday Stephens reports. Qualifications for nomination is that the person be of senior standing. Moody was elected during gen- eral elections last spring. This will be third election Of this type Jhis year the first being last fall when Ed Tapscott was selected to replace John Burgess as sophomore representative the second was last month when Beverly Geisendorff took over the social chairman position from Charlotte Davis who also grad- uated in January. Red Cross Drive To Begin Monday A Red Cross drive is to begin .on the H-SU campus Tuesday Nancy Roberts campus represen- tative announce...

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