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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 23 February 1952

jaeLjL THE &tf rJAM D Saturday February 23 1M2 Lttite Man On Campus by BiMer EDITORIALS..;. . T "rC rC Why Jfono Pomii? We have heard considerable talk around the forty acres lately of the advantages and disadvantages that the honor point system might have on our campus. The plan has been used in numerous colleges and universities with success but would it work here ? In a small school and a denominational- university such as ours would it work? Is it basically demo- cratic ? V The system as we understand it rates activities and offices in extra-curricular affairs on a point basis. It sets certain limits to student leadership by allowing only those with under a certain maximum number of points to accept more responsibility. Such a plan worked out under the supervision of the Student Council would keep some few student leaders from monopolizing more than their share of the offices and positions available to them. In most cases a maximum is set of 20 points with the presidency of ...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 23 February 1952

Saturday February 23 1H2 THE H-1U BRAND st & v i T'kYVrJ j .w&Aimksi- Ml GIVING 9E FITZ By LARRY FITZGERALD i j?.1?0 FOOTBALL STARTED off with a bang Monday in- eluding ideal weather high spirits and in an all around congenial atmosphere. The presence of Sammy Baugh the new H-SU asso- ciate coach and being under the guidance for the first time of head coach Murray Evans inspired the players to some extent. Of course there were some graduating senior football players who were missed in practice although many of them were lending a hand to some of the players. We happened to see Ken Watson Cush Holder Wade Musgrove Bill Cagle Bob Balch Bill Davis Bob Hart and some other seniors within hearing distance of the gridiron. During the practice session Wednesday afternoon we overheard part of a conversation behind Doyle Brunson H-SU varsity basket- ball player and Bill Cagle graduating football senior who were watching the practice drills. '!!rc more see of this game Vm 6lad that I '...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 23 February 1952

y j W A TJ IWTO.BRAMD turday mwHMcf 4 t ''V ywg I It- u I) V- WthiM se i oliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiVSra Jfti jfci- a. 2 B fHL ijBHusBhiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiV ANOTHER TWO-POINTER is scored by Co-captain Bill (Clem) Preston in Saturday's BC game wiih Arizona; The Cowboys paced by Joe Simpson won the lilt 66-63. Shown above with Preston are left to right. Cowboy Larry Roberts an unidentified Arizona eager center. Hank Green and the Wildcat pivot -man. Buffs Beat Ranchers 81-54 In BC Contest The Hardin-Simmons Cowboys found rough going Tuesday night and dropped a 81-54 Border Con- ference basketball game to the West Texas Buffaloes in Canyon. West Texas never trailed the Cowboys and after midway through the first period was out front all the way. The Buffs led 6-4 after five minutes then be- gan hitting and built their lead to 20-6 at the end of the opening period. . At halftime it was 34-21 and at the end of the third 56-39 West Texas. Watch Repairing A better service A lower price Tick Toclc Ti...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 23 February 1952

gurUtT February 23 1S2 ' THE H-8U BRAND In Eltmtnfary Grades I l II I I I I I.I III l I I l III I . i-' rfr t? t. ' . 1.W . "kUf rw V t ! 1 J5J I) is it: sj ! X "S iSy "f "-M MMWMMMWMMWWWWMWWm I 1 1 W W II I II I WW llll I I WlllMWWtfBfcWMrtWMi IIIIIIIIIIIHIIIHviiHyMfo)tflPIP:tililllllH .HHKf '----------PPIt i-t. ( il r-JfBmm SdvM HiiiiiiiliiiiiiiBiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHP:-' HfHyEwMfc'7Hy -! '"HiiiiiiiH Hk - KmMMi -M " ! Bill 11 "HHIH IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIHmPJSIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIB SHHiHHK' ytk " ''''HiiiiH -i-i-W.7 ilCIIIIMt-----------M-------B------------------------------i .k wk IIIIIIIIIIHIHHIIIIIIIIIIIIIHillllllllllllllllilllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllH IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHhIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII.11111111111111111111111. IN LUBBOCK SATURDAY for the Texas Intercollegiate Student Association convention of Dis- trict One are Pat Beasley Bob Flegal Lewis Stephens Ed Tapscoff Lloyd Wright and Joan Randel. The representatives are to serve on discussion panels covering various ph...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 23 February 1952

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 23 February 1952

Saturday February 23 1952 THE H-SU BRAND Pat 7 ft Politeness Face Saving Mark Asiatic People Parker Finds Remarkable in the people of India and Burma is their asbo- lute courtesy and politeness says Dr. Albert Parker Hardin-Sim-mons history professor who spent two and a half years in the China-Burma-India theatre of World War Two. The complete courtesy of the people of the East may be ex- plained he adds by their com- mon background in the religions that teach the practice of face saving one's own or the other fellow's. According to the east- ern tradition man is made in the image of God and to insult or embarrass a fellow man is like doing so to God. Signal Corps Dr. Parker served with the signal corps in the construction operation involving the Ledo road which began in Assam and ran southeast to Mandalay and a juncture with the Burma road. After the Ledo road or Stillwell road as it is now known was completed the engineers with whom Parker worked moved up the Burma road repairing ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 23 February 1952

THE H-IU BRAND Saturday February 23 1SS2 TF By CLARA BETHE COATS QUESTION OF THE WEEK: Would you rather hear one speak- er for chapel programs during Focus Week or a new one every day? Clarissa Jone junior Bible major from Truth or Consequences N. M. says: "I prefer one speak- er for the entire week because one becomes more interested in his subject. A speaker can become better acquainted with his audience and hold the attention of the audience more adeptly. Too we can become better acquainted with the speaker and his subject of discussion." Martha Fain freshman from Wylie and a reli- gious education major believes she would enjoy having a number of speakers during Focus Week chapel programs because she likes and appre- ciates the different personalities that would be presented daily. She prefers different speakers also because she can't attend all the seminars she would like to and cannot hear each team mem- ber individually in her classes. F. Dillon Wear graduate socioligy student...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 1 March 1952

L 1 I A ' i Ssumd I" Vol XXXVI H-SU. ABILENE. TEXAS SATURDAY MARCH 1. 1952 NO. 21 Sixth Focus Week Will WM. HALL PRESTON . . . associate secretary Rcdeoers To Vie In Seven Shows The H-SU rodeo team plans to enter seven rodeos this semester m Texas New Mexico and Okla- homa. Not only the president and vice president of the National Inter- collegiate Rodeo Association are in the H-SU team but the di- rector of the central conference is also a member. Bill Guest a senior from Abi- lene is president of the NIRA and Elson Dudley a special from Apache Okla. is vice president. Joe Chase a sophomore from Elbowoods N. D. is director of the central conference of which H-SU is a member. Others on the team are Harold Wicker a senior from Pecos who is president of the H-SU Rodeo Association; David Rushing a freshman from Lueders; Ben Everett Putnam junior; David Ray Abilene sophomore; and Bill Murry junior from Ama- rillo. The team plans to participate in the Baylor University rodeo March 27-29....

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

Saturday March 1 11S2 -cL EDITORIALS ... jLittle Man On Campus T BiMk THE H-U MAKD 85 W Mm Why- r h m This isn't a rendition in print of the song Eddie Wisher has made so popular in the last few months but instead a question of why we have a Religious Focus "Week. Why do we coast along day after day each year and come the March winds (or ice) . . . we take 6ne week out for Focus Week? What is Christianity coming to you ask? Didn't wejoin the church of our choice in September? Didn't the girl down the hall surrender to foreign mis- sions in October? Didn't you win the little boy at the mis- sion to Christ in November? In December didn't we give a gift in. the name of Christ for'His birthday? Didn't your roommate decide on his life's vocation during the emphasis week in Januarjr? Didn't we pray for Focus Week in February ? Why do we have a Focus Week? To bring the lost on the campus to a saving knowledge of Christ to call" each Christian on the campus to a closer walk with the Lord to...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 1 March 1952

. -i V Saturday March 1 1152 THE Hf U BRAND -1 '- Basketballers End Season With Seventeen Victories . j ' JJWl M YBMSmrBM ''?X'T"Ssbsssb1 (SHIVUM 9E BSw . J? 4 .(..; SSSJkC7W THE BIGGEST SPRING SPORTS schedule in the history of Hardin-Simmons University. That's by a lot the biggest news event around the forty acres this week. Baseball golf track and tennis teams have lined up the largest combined schedule. That's good. We dropped by the athletic office Wednesday af- ternoon to ask head football coach Murray Evans a few questions. We found Evans and associate coach Larry Cunningham in the office. In the course of conversation the three of us seem to agree that it was a good thing to have spring football practice early. "It gives the boys a chance to take part in other sports during the spring" Evans said. Cunningham agreed. Evan9 also said that he hoped to have the intra-squad game Friday March 14 but if. there was bad weather that day it might be pushed to the following day. So ther...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 1 March 1952

THE H-SU BRAND Saturday March 1. 1U2 " R- I I SMWrP"" " VT . Btt.f.Mt&. iJWtKA" -.'- JIT r . ." t-'J- vijf.5 VMNMt CAv " Vl'UA A k .1W. SM v Adi mmmtmmimiBmmtM COWBOY INFIELDER pictured above is Jimmy Riddle who will be among the returning lottermen to the H-SU baseball learn this season. Riddle a junior played shortstop last year for the Cow- boy nine. The Cowpokes will open the season March 19-20 in Dallas against Southern Methodist University and will play 17 other games this year. Cowpokes Lose 72-58 In Finale With Raiders In the last game of the 1951-52 season the Hardin - Simmons basketballers dropped a 72-58 de- cision to the Texas Tech Red Raiders in ' Lubbock Tuesday night. The Tech lads built up a big 'first half lead starved off a H-SU rally in the last half and came in with a Border Conference victory to clinch third place. The Raiders forged a 45-2H in- termission time lead watched the Cowboys narrow the margin to nine points early in the third quarter and then fini...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 1 March 1952

Saturday March 1 1952 THE H-SU BRAND MS rt . i MRS. LAKE PYLANT . . . from Wayland Women Writers May Enter Story Contest Corral staff members and writers this week were urged by Editor Ann Hall to submit short stories to a college fiction contest for women undergraduates. The contest which offers col- lege students an opportunity to test abilities by professional standards and to gain recognition in a national magazine is being sponsored by Mademoiselle for the seventh consecutive year. Open to co-ed students of all classifications the contest will offer $1000 in urizes $500 for each of the two best short stories. Deadline for copy has been set at April 15. Stories that have appeared in undergraduate publications such as the Corral but which have not been published elsewhere may be submitted Miss Hall an- nounced. Students may submit more than one story. For other details those desiring to enter the con- test should see Miss Hall in the Corral office GI Hall. 'BSU and You' Is New Ra...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 1 March 1952

I h- K I tr vi v fig S THE H-SU BRAND HliliflPflEwSPibEwAEvAH eVAESVT . V-: '' wABkIIIeI I j:'?JpN::.'s;'V:' jHvBvBvBhEI Mn T :1BaBBsi&l loVjiipMlilr ll Hl l JbhOI iilJIiii eeeeeeeeeeeBeeeeeHHHi HEEEEEKEEBflE&EEEEEEEEa HHJIIIIHHHIHHCE9 BBIHHHHBBBctBBHBBBH Saturday March 1 H52 Jfrenchie BRAMWELL . . . BSU secretary REV. E. D. CARVER . . holds Pampa pastorate REV. WILLIAM JENKINS . . . student secretary Is New Professor of Sociology Tinglum Sees Old Dangers In Rearmament of Germany German rearmament approved by the North Atlantic Pact con- ferences recently may lead to the same results as those after World War One believes Dr. Ot- tar Tinglum new professor of sociology at Hardin-Simmons. Dr. Tinglum spent six years in Germany having entered the University of Cologne in 1919 and receiving his doctoratet in socio- logy there in 1923. When Tinglum went to Ger- many in 1919 the economic con- ditions were poor. Unemployment was widespread in part due to the return of exiled Germans...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 1 March 1952

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 1 March 1952

Fift THE H-IU BRAND Saturday March 1 1W2 " y h""v" Sa 'JJieff Say . . v. ' F ! HP': By CLARA BETHE COATS QUESTION OF THE WEEK: What do you think could be done to encourage better interest in sports and more sportsmanship on the campus among students and teachers? Jo Stephenson senior elementary education major from Abilene says "There have been sev- eral occasions this year when I was embarrassed because of the attitude of some of the students and teachers at sports events on the campus. I think a better understanding of the importance of sports in a university's curriculum should be fos- tered a sports revival!" B. D. Wilson sophomore business administra- tion major from Lamesa says "As for myself I am a seasonal attendant at college sports activi- ties. I am prone to attend only my favorites in sports. Better understanding of the purpose -and rules of the sport itself would help attendance and sportsmanship. Kent Holder senior from Sebastian Tex and a music major had this to say: ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 8 March 1952

j0i VoL XXXVI H-SU ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY MARCH 8 1952 NO. 22 Five Go ToTISA Meeting Five students left for El Paso Thursday morning for a state- wide meeting of the Texas Inter- collegiate Student Association to be held on the Eexas Western College campus though Saturday. Attending the meeting from H-SU are Lloyd Wright Lewis Stephens Ed Tapscott Joan Randel and Bettie Todd. They are to return to H-SU Sunday. H-SU is a member of District One TISA which includes Texas Tech Wayland West Texas State and Abilene Christian Col- lege. This district sponsored a high school student association con- vention at Texas Tech two weeks ago as it's project for the year. At El Paso Stephens will be in charge of a panel discussion on "Techniques on Leadership." Other district One members to serve on this panel are Bob Davidson of ACC; Bob Schmidt of Texas Tech; Wright of H-SU; and a representative of West Texas who has not yet been nam- ed. TISA is composed of some 36 colleges and universities in T...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 8 March 1952

s Ft 1 THE H-SU WKAHD Saturday March I 1IS2 tittle Man On CnmpusN by Bible' -- ' m iTJrtfiBrin mm T"Jf EDITORIALS.... Comes spring and the time for annual Student Council elections approaches rapidly. Some of those who are not familiar with the Student Council constitution may not know the requirements for nomination to a post on the Council. In reality the requirements are negligible. To be nom- inated and voted on a candidate must only be a member of the certain class specified for the particular position and be a regular student of the university. Hardin-Simmons is one of the rare schools which has no academic requirements for its Student Council leaders. Not that anyone expects the Student Council members to be strictly intellectual and stuffily academic but would .it be too much to ask that candidates for Student Council offices and that could include cheerleaders too have at least a C average? In other words it might be of better recommendationfor the student 'body if its repr...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 8 March 1952

i WttmiTwMft jMwJTOWi B a wage run 'iiim ihiijimlwIi nnMwvj ffr.'fl..i.iSMnH .'!.. ua 1 . ' THE FINAL CHAPTER of Giving 'em Fitzl! Yes we're sorrry to say this but this is the last time this column will be printed on the sports pages of the H-SU Brand. You know it's hard to hold down two jobs at once and when a third one comes along it's just too much. So we feel it's better to turn the job of sports editor over to someone else than try to produce without having time to give H-SU students a good coverage of sporting events. We would like to introduce you to the two fellows who will be filling our shoes from now on. Actually they need no introduction to most students. We're speaking of Bill Preston and Jack Ball the new co-sports editors. Both of these fellows were on the H-SU basketball team this season. Both are senior students. Preston is a mild-mannered fellow hailing from Abernathy. He is well liked on the campus and we know that he will do an excellent job in handling the reins...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 8 March 1952

ht ' ' ir i n ( . i i" i 3'B :. ir r a 11111111 mm. un iiinU i. . 1 POINTERS FROM A VETERAN. New associate coach of the H-SU Cowboys Sammy Baugh gives instructions to quarterback Jimmy Riddle as center Roy Carter prepares to snap the pigskin. Baugh is having his first experience with the Winged T formation employed by the Pokes as he as- sists head coach Murray Evans and associate Larry Cunningham in spring training. Riddle and Carter are co-captains. Winged T ProvidesOffensive Machine Sam Baugh Believes Although Sammy Baugh new associate coach at Hardin-Sim-mons has never played with the Winged T formation employed by the Cowboys his brief ' exper- ience with the system during spring training convinces him that it provides one of the finest offensive machines in football today. The ace quarterback of the professional Washington Red- skins says that most of the pro- fessional teams including the Bedskins use a straight T. Positions For Precision "Whether a passing or running attack ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 8 March 1952

SiUrtUrMrcHt iul twe H-i? BHA1IP March 16-18 Chapel Choir to tour Central Texas Cities viAfv ' . jHMHk .LHIb 4Bh 'Sr HHi vHk y yvtmWiA IS i mMS&pBp jBPBSKk-:HtFEt'::x ?SBB r'HMY'.-? ' f-EMSrix. rjP79HUt flfl M JSaHMbl THE FORTY-FIVE VOICE H-SU Chapel Choir pictured above will leave for a lour of seven central Texas cities March 16-18. Under the direction of Euell Porter the choir will give concerts in Albany Breckenridge Weatherford Jacksboro Eastland Mineral Wells and Graham. Second Citizenship Day Scheduled For April 4 Hardin-Simmons has meen nam- ed the host school for the second annual "Education for Citizen- ship Conference" sponsored by the West Texas Chamber of Commerce and the Abilene Chamber of Commerce announces Dean W. A. Stephenson general chairman of the conference for H-SU. The all day program which is to be held on Friday April 4 on the H-SU campus will be con- ducted in two phases. The first phase will consist of talks by out- standing leaders on the "Respon- sib...

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