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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 8 March 1952

. .11 ! .t i tlte H-1U BRAlfD. Saturday March. I 1M t 75 IN FORT WORTH FOR THIRD ANNUAL MISSIONS CONFERENCE AT SEMINARY - n i ii i i . i i -araE3sgf-5Mg - . g l! TEAM MEMBERS for Religious Focus Week are pictured above. The Team Friday finished a week of teaching and religious emphasis on the H ardin-Simmons campus. .Left to right they are seated Charles Bright Mrs. Lake Pyland Frenchie Bramwell and Dr. Vance Havncr. Standing. Doug- las Carver William Jenkins Rev. J. Conally Evans Rev. Charles Ashcrafi Frank Boggs; William Hall Preston Dr. L. D. Wood and Charles Rozelle. Purpose of the sixth annual week was to present Christ and His way of life iit such a way that none would be left as to the decision he should make. Religious Leaders Emphasize Nation's Return to Christianity "There is only one issue today" Dr. Vance Havner told students attending sessions of Religious Focus Week Monday through Friday on the H-SU campus. "It is not what Russia will do or what kind of bombs will be d...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 8 March 1952

Saiurday March S 1952 THE H-SU BRAND v Ex-Stadent Office Connects Students With HSU Alumni The H-SU Ex-Student office has been a beehive of activity the past few days making plans for programs getting out the new issue of the Bange Rider and handling the other activities of the office reports Kenneth Hill secretary. Records of some 27000 ex-students are maintained in the of- fice. The mailing list includes 8244 and lists 44 foreign students in 33 nations. A total of 175 for- mer H-SUers are in the service. Of the 27000 ex-students list- ed 5373 are graduates. Present figures indicate that approxi- mately 375 will graduate an June and August of this year. Addressograph plates are made continuously to keep an up to date list of addresses. In addi- tion to the Range Rider mailed out each month the office sends birthday cards sympathy cards and congratulations to all H-SU exes. "Our office also makes ar- rangements for Cowgirl Band tours Chapel Choir tours and provides entertainment gro...

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

THE H-1U BRAND i ' Saturday Mrck t 1H2 mhmm m BSU-. vjBU s ia 4e ie . . . BY CLARA BETHE COATS QUESTION OF THE WEEK: Which types of music would you like to hear during chapel programs? tion major from Spur: "I prefer listening to the musical organizations that play classical numbers in chapel. Classical music is my favorite when it comes to listening to music." Barbara Nichols junior business administra- tion major from Vernon said: "I would like to hear more choral music in chapel. I enjoy this type because I am more familiar with it than others. And too I think we need more group variety in chapel when it comes to a musical pro- giuiu. Juanixa Elston junior Bible major from Huckaby said: "Quartet music presentations are my favorite and therefore I would like to hear more of them in chapel. I like a variety of song styles and I do enjoy listening to band music a lot. I am taking piano now and I find this has increased my interest in music." Allen Elsion junior Bible major from Huck...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 15 March 1952

1. . ' Ssuaut w& c VoL XXXVI H-SU ABILENE. TEXAS. SATURDAY. MARCH 15. 1952 NO. 23 u vt u Players Set Final Showing Last performance of "Death Takes A Holiday" Players Club spring major production will be presented Saturday night at 8:15 p. m. in Behrens Chapel. The first presentation of the three-act comedy was given Fri- day night. Starring in the production are Jack Names who portrays Death; Willis Griffin who plays Duke Lambert in the Italian play; and Donna Mae Champion the lovely young Grazia. Other members of the cast are Joyce Sides Betty Conway Carol Blankenship Moselle Hutton Robert Walker Angeline Jobe John Kuykendall Jim White and Bill Myers. Scone Set In Italy The play takes place in Italy where Death in the human body of Prince Sirki visits a castle and falls in love telling only the owner of the estate of his real identity. Set of the play with scenes in the great hall of a castle of the Italian Renaissance period was made in Players workshop with James Martin as d...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 15 March 1952

Hi 3 l THE H-8U BRAND larurdar. March IS 1IS2 Editorials.... tt Utile Man On Campus by Bibli i. Rr Iron ' Oh. but for a better student macrazine. Look" at otlier colleges the Burro at Texas Western the Profile at Cin- cinnati the Scholastic at. Notre Dame if only we had one that portrays student interest like those." The above statement was spoken not long ago by a H-SU student as he was looking through exchanges re- ceived by the Brand. He said all' this after ho had thumbed through the above mentioned student magazines. Sure those magazines are good. And we'd like to point out some of the things that made them good -some of the things our own student magazine could profit by. First each of these magazines carried national advertising some- thing the Corral has never been able to do. Large attractive ads help make any magazine. Second most of the articles in those magazines centered around student life not merely fiction stories which tend to be idealistic. Student life was portray...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 15 March 1952

THE H-ftU BRAND i . 1 Hi : :".: t 4- Cowboy Baseballers Slate Season Opener With SMU 1 i IMurday Miurcfc IS 1SS2 ' . . .JM THE BALL By JACK BALL Brand Sports Co-Editor TO EQUAL THE WORK done would be quite a job for us to undertake therefore we shall try only to bring some of the sidelights on Jhe sports scene. We wish to thank Larry for the much needed help he gave last week in getting the news in on time. NOW TO WORK. Spring sports on the campus will be in full swing when the baseball team meets SMU at Dallas. From all reports the Mustangs have a top rate ball club. They won one and lost one to the highly regarded Brooke Medical and ( defeated TCU. The wind and dust have not aided the team in any ' way. This week the squad moved to Apache Field where the con- ditions are far from good on a still day much less when the wind is kicking up a fuss. THE GOLF TEAM SEEMS to be doing pretty fair these days. Billy Phillips is leading the way by shooting below par in most of the matches on ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 15 March 1952

Pftf.4 51-1U MAHD Saturday Marah li 11S2 ;ii.t ' : SEXd xc Cagers To Play In AAU National Meet March 17 f STARTERS AT END posilions for the Hardm-Simmons Uni- Tersity Cowboys are left io right Chester Lyssy sophomore from San Antonio and D. C. Andrews sophomoro from Sweetwater. Both boys saw action in the intrasquad game Friday afternoon. Intersquad Tussle Winds Up Training Hardin-Simmons Cowboys end- ed spring training Friday after- noon with a intersquad game at Parramore field. The two teams were equally divided. One team represented Gold and the other Purple. The teams had previously played two practice games. In the first game the Purple beat the Gold team 14-7. The other game was tied 14-14. This game closed but the 20-day limit for spring training in the Border Conference. The teams were composed of the following players: Purple: L. E. Andrews Fredericks Vaughn. L. T.' Mur- ry Nail; L. G. Golman G. Tone; C Waugespack; R. G. P. Tone W. Carter; R. T. Adams Boggus; R. E. Lyssy S...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 15 March 1952

Saturday March IS ltS2 THE M-1U WIAHD t 1 " ' I ' ' Mill 'Ml II ! Gossett Lewis Chosen ' i a i.r h ' i tf caacss i-tf. J "V STARTING WORK on the annual West Texas Chamber of Commerce Citizenship Day are mem- bers of the H-SU Student Council and student body representatives from H-SU and Abilene High School. Information blanks on the program of panels for the' citizenship day were given to Abilene High students this week and from the findings discussion topics will be set up. Looking over the questionaires are left to right Mondell Barnes of Abilene High Nancy Roberts and Gayle Bowen of H-SU Doris Ann Elliott of Abilene High Beverly Geisendorff of H-SU and Jan Cook of Abilene High. Campus To Host YWA Guests Next Week End Approximately 150 girls mem- bers of Young Women's Auxil- iary organizations from Districts 17 and 11 will be on the campus Friday and Saturday for the an- nual YWA house party. Saturday's activities for the two-day conclave which will be- gin Friday include morning ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 15 March 1952

-M Tgj y-u ERAWD fetuxfeT' March IS 1M2 MARCH WINDS bring oul Truelt Gill and Gene Hester lo try one of H-SU's ihree every day American flags in the gale. The beating given flags by West Texas wind and dust makes it necessary for two of the flags to be flown in alternation while the oldest one is saved for really rugged weather. Wind Hail Snow May Come But American FlagStill Waves March winds dust storms and perhaps snow may come to the Hardin-Simmons campus but the American flag will still be there atop the flag pole. The terrific beating that the flag takes during an average windy day on the forty acres makes it necessary for three flags to be used in alternation. One old and tattered is flown only during extremely high winds while two other flags an better states of preservation are used alternately for periods of better weather. Raises Lowers Flag Freshman Glenn Noles is in charge of seeing that the flag goes up each morning and is taken in each night. Usually the raising is don...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 15 March 1952

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 15 March 1952

WtQQ t TH M-tU AND feftwrfer JAW II lMt canac33X33 ' I I o T E S X EVER will S 0 0 N H I T .11 THE CAMPUS Watch for It! N i?a 74e Say . . .V ' ..a By CLARA BETHE COATS Brand Staff Writer QUESTION OF THE WEEK: Do you think"the dean's honor list should be based on the 3 point grade average or should it be lower- ed to include 2.5 grades? Joyce Harrison junior business and religious education major from Odessa says "The honor roll should be kept on the -same standard that it was started on. A high goal provides greater initia- tive for students to make all A's. Ijdon't think the dean's list holds as much prestige here that it does in other schools." Juno Hardy sophomore English major from Huntsville says "The dean's honor list should be based on the 3 point grade average because that is the outstanding point of the dean's list. It should be reserved for the A student and should represent the upper grade students." Jean Hardy sophomore English major from Huntsville says "The dean's hono...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 22 March 1952

m2!K &Jumd Jhz VoL XXXVI H-SU 'ABILENE. TEXAS SATURDAY. MARCH. 22. 1952 NO. 24 c FTAers Select Officers Joyce Horn junior from Lock- ney has been elected president of the H-SU chapter of Future Teachers of America for the 1952-53 term. She replaces Clinton Hart president during the past year. Other officers elected include Joy Browning membership vice president; Doretta Wilson pro- gram vice-president; Peggy Thompson secretary; Mary Jo Jones historian; Nada Wagley librarian; Mary Ann Woolsey re- porter; and Mary Ann Clary treasurer. Richard Moore is to serve as parliamentarian and new social chairmen are Mary Bradshaw and James Martin. Three committees who will work together for the coming year are publicity program and membership. Named to the mem- bership committee were Nancy Phillips chairman and Pat Ed- wards aand Pat Powell. The program commitee consists of Dorothy Petty Layton Murphy and Pat Swann. Membership committee members are Bob Hanna Jean Treadwell and Eli- zabeth R...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 22 March 1952

Pftft 2 THE H-IU BftAMD Saturday March 12 llSl EDITORIALS.... Mote ike 9t Orchids and a great big handshake- to the inventor of the Mfl.rch 13 chapel program. It was undoubtedly one of the best presented this year. Maybe the credit goes to Players Club or to radio sta- tion KHSU or perhaps to both. But we like to give credit where credit is due and surely it is due in this cafce. Did you notice it was student planned and only students participated on the program? Let's have more like it. o ButinedA With 7eG&UiUf Gabeel Qaad tf-aieUykt Designers of Ferguson Hall had considerable foresight. Evidently they anticipated the type of student that would eventually live in the dorm and put nothing but concrete foors in it. Other type flooring could not withstand delgues of water such as overflowed A and E entrances Monday night. o Student body support and sportsmanship is just as im- portant for spring sports baseball track and tennis as football or basketball. Since home diamond games a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 22 March 1952

'.Saturday' March 22 1S52 THEH-SU lRAxf D S Cowboys Prop Two-Game Series To SMU's Ponies ! M TIE BALL ' 0 By 'JACK BALL Brand Sporis Co-Editor AFTER THE BASKETBALL CLINIC Thursday night a girls all- star basketball game was scheduled. The team was to include out- standing players from the intramural teams. Team members named were Irene Mauldin Juanita Stagg and Carroll Armstrong from the Smith Hall team; Mary Bounds Jo Rash and Barbara Pierce from the Nurses team and Martha Arnold and Kay Johnson from Mary Frances Hall. ALTHOUGH THE PLOWBOYS DID NOT WIN at the AAU tournament at Denver they picked up much valuable experience. In all of the games played the H-SU players faced outstanding performers of the Southwest and other conferences. In the games at San Antonio the Cowboys played against such names as James Dowies all-conference of Texas Longhorn team; Jo wett McDowell all-conference of Texas A&M; and Ralph John- son of'Baylor who led the scoring in the Southwest Conference la...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 22 March 1952

THEM-IUB11AND lturdy March-22 ltS2 Plowboys Win First Lose: Second in Denver Tourney The Graham-Hoeme Plowboys basketball team which is com- posed of five H-SU players one ACC player and four San Antonio players won their first game in the AAU tournament at Denver by defeating Colorado Interstate Gasers 54-44 but lost their sec- ond game to the USAF All Stars of the 33rd Air Division by a score of 61-55. By losing the Plowboys were eliminated from the tournament. Pre-meet favorites The Phil- lips 66ers and Oakland Calif. won easy bouts to remain in the race. The defending champion Stewart Chevrolets of San Fran cisco also is rated high in the standings. At Denvcfr Team members at Denver are Bill "Hank" Green Durwood Smith Larry Roberts Wade Bur- roughs and Charles Cunningham from Hardin-Simmons; Jack Fos- ter and Charles Shannon from San Antonio; and Bill Johnson from ACC. Although the Plowboys were late in arriving in Denver they were permitted to reschedule the contest. Green led ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 22 March 1952

Saturday March 22 19S2 THE H-SU BRAND f t t li JA ii . & tJ r ) r? r- HiiilillSPF" r yLMH IHIHVv 4fl:s yvTv lmMf7 s-saLB -A-v iaBWwmBBmwBiMHgpaHgaaaTW BJm PLANNING PANEL FOR SOCIAL AFFAIRS for iho YWA house pariv includes Loreiia White who directed the pajama party at Smith Hall Nita Grimes chairman of the welcoming tea given to visitors Friday in Hunter Hall; Doretta Wilson leader of Mary Frances Hall pajama party; Johnie Barnhari president of campus YWA organization; and Dorothy Howry who planned iho Hunter Hall party for guests Friday night. Social activities honored the 150 girls from Districts 17 and 11 in YWA work who were guests of campus YWAs Friday and Saturday. In addiion to social affairs YWAs attended sessions Friday night and were to hear several leaders of YWA work speak Saturday morning oof ore the end of the two-day house party at noon Saturday. Rodeo Association Announces Committee Members For Sixth Annual Performances Committee members for the sixth annual H-SU...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 22 March 1952

" wmmmacz i . i " ' V .: :M:;V' s -iriHM. : v v v 9llil NHr '"MtfiBr . Hr HHE .' 9r!9iHkrvHRT ?v mF WxSv??syjrir a Ht '. V3s3&f ! P lk i iFl ' VflT BK !.' V " ?. PfEflf jmRt x EBil rfl 9uH Fr 1 v oiflHl fMilRl SiraBiH h BMsbrB ;::'. IIk THE H-ftU BRAND fcaturdar. Marok 22 lfS- NO SLOW 'POKE is Eldon Dudley when it comes to roping a calf and tying it up. A member of the H-SU rodeo team and transfer from Oklahoma A&M Dudley has teamed with his favorite roping horse. Jack to post winning times in numerous college shows. In addition to calf roping the Oklahoman enters team rop- ing and bulldogging events. Dudley serves as vice president of lho National Intercollegiate Rodeo Association. Jaxie Short To Speak At Baptist Youth Rally Jaxie Short former young peo- ple's worker and missionary to China will speak at a youth rally Saturday at 7 p. m. at the First Baptist Church Mary Lou O'Rear youth director has an- nounced. The rally which will be held in the recreation center of the c...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 22 March 1952

taturday March 22 .1152 THE H-1U BRAND v jbecMilb cMaliday 9l Qaod SntettaiHnent By BETTIE "Death" took a holiday last week on the forty acres and Har-din-Simmons enjoyed the holiday almost as much as Death did. Lighting effects such as the third act change of Death from mortal to immortal form the ac- curate costuming and the well- built and furnished set gave a professional aura to the play's production. Several excellent characteriza- tions improved the story of the play and added to the general tone of "Death." Turning in top performances were Jack Names donna Mae Champion Willis Grif- fin Carol Blankenship and Ro- bert Walker. Till Role Names in the title role of Death did a creditable job with such a taxing part. There were times when his intense interpre- tation of the part approached too close to melodrama for comfort but his satire redeemed his re- fusal to change pace at any time in the play. As his young lover Grazia Miss Champion gave a relaxed performance in an odd part...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 22 March 1952

PMMl THE H-SU BRAND Saturday March 22 1SS2 a Uey Say . . . QUESTION OF THE WEEK: Do you think the Featherston student loan fund will be widely used and do you plan to use it if the situation warrants it? Johnny Bullock junior Bible major from Colo- rado City said: "Certainly a loan fund such as this one has been need and it will probably prove very beneficial. Some students are confronted with emergencies that only a loan fund such as this can solve. Of course I hope I don't have to use it because I dislike going into debt. But certainly I wouldn't hesitate if an emergency came up to use the fund." vi!y-.i v ?$"" & Mac Jonos sophomore music education major from Jayton said: "No doubt the loan fund will be widely used . . . it's too good to pass up. Es- pecially for students who are pretty far from home it would come in handy if they needed cash in a hurry and couldn't get word home in time. Then too there are some fellows who when they have to borrow money do so from personal fr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 29 March 1952

. . VoL XXXVI H-SU ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY MARCH 29 1952 NO. 25 y it 1 7 Attend FTA Meet In Alpine Seventeen students members of the H-SU chapter of Future Teachers of America and the chapter sponsor Miss Ethel Hatchett are in Alpine attend- ing activities of the state FTA convention. The students in attendance at the three-day meeting are Clin- ton Hart president of the H-SU chapter Martha Smith Richard Moore Doretta Wilson Oma Dell Keeney Earl Bratcher Mary Ann Clary Jimmy Hirata and Evelyn Carey all voting delegates. Alternate Delegates Also alternate delegates Ann Falls Nancy Phillips Jo Stephen- son James Martin Dolly Mae Hobgood Mary Jo Jones Peggy Thompson and Mary Ann Wool- sey. Miss Smith sweetheart of the local chapter will compete in a state sweetheart contest Satur-. day morning. She and other nominees for the state honor will give three-minute talks on "Why I Choose To Teach." The winner will be presented during banquet activities Saturday night. The group left Abilene T...

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