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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 4 February 1939

fywfv5iyTiW'rJl'7Tw'' '""" Jf S.V ' t? u THE n-S U BRAND Pfl - RANCHERS From 'The GUIDELINE By BILL AMO Sports Editor Another disastrous court year ap- pears tnoro apparent with each Cow- boy start. Last winter Coach Klm- brough's cage squad garnered but three victories in fifteen attempts and the current outlook Is much dark- er. At present the record shows one win against six defeats. Strangely enough the lone triumph came in the season's inaugural and the trio of 1038 victories were cKalkod up in consecutive order at the very outset of that campaign. We hopo there will be no connection in future tilts. The players themselves cannot be blamed entirely for the show- ing. Our brand of ball is quite dif- ferent from most of the styles em- ployed since the game was speeded up. Coach Kimbrough uses a slow- moving offensive attack in an effort to work the ball in for easy lay-up shots. However this type of of- fense docs not measure up to the merits of the fast-break under the new rules...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 4 February 1939

Page 4 THE H-S U imANI) Four Years of Work is Beeter Than College Say Executives Magician Show Tuesday Night (Special to the Drmul) Almost half of the nation's families believe a college man has the best chance for success bttt executives 'who do the most hiring think the ex- perienced high school graduate is more likely to succeed. Fortune magazine in its February issue survey sampled public opinion on the question: "Which do you think has a better chance of earning a liv- ing today a high school graduate with four years of experience or a man just out of college?" The replies were: High school student ..31.4 College graduate .13.1 Depends on man nndjor experience 1 1.8 Experienced man better at first college man better later . . ... 9.7 College man gets the breaks regardless of merit - . 2.8 Don't know - . 1.9 "Thus one-third of the nation's families believe that the college man has the best chance for success" For- tune points out. "If the qualified answers arc included those to ...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 11 February 1939

- M.. Vol. XXIII Z714 HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE. TEXAS FEURUARY U 1939 No. 18 1tWITT TM "' f " I ' ' t. .1. 1 ! JJ-L- 1 1" ' B "1L -TIT .Mill.' I - III! II I.I I I v 1 !. 5. :. "( 4' J ! N. 13 ! I r ti- 6 v 1 Wi ' jr I isr K ar- Ills ' r U - . .Lit rat n 1 A committee of Ferguson hall boys will protest the two dollar fee as- sessed for uses of radios before tho administrative council Monday nfter- noon. A petition from radio owners in Mary Frances hall will also be presented at the confab. Residents in the boys' hall signed regulation sheets at the first of school agreeing to pay fifty cents per semester for radios; "RADIOS A charge of 50c is made for each radio and will be deducted from the room deposit. THE CHARGE IS MADE UPON THE INSTALLA- TION OF THE RADIO AND THE LENGTH OF TIME THAT THE RADIO IS USED IN THE ROOM DOES NOT AFFECT Tlltf CHARGE. Radios should be con- trolled in volume and not used after 11 p. m. Any radio may be removed by the management at any time." In th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 11 February 1939

h5: "i 4 t IV. . M SA Paw 2 THE H-S U BRANp w se 'Editorials No Chimpanzee Ads in This Paper VfOU'LL probably never sec chimpanzees advertised In "I have six honest serving men they taught me all I know their names are which and what and when and how and why and who" Rudyard Kipling. Exchanges Campus Camera the Brnnd. The Nntlonnl Student Federation r9 A tvt awIaa n& lifl !. AtAte A i Even If someone wanted to advertise them we could votcd not to bac h ftnnua not accept the ad because we feel that the chimpanzee wMe co fc market at Hardin-Simmons university Is relatively small. The Brand prints advertising only about items Tho fnt ectIon of it8 klnd ln for which students have some use. word th(J Gray Herbarlum of So if you need a chimpanzee we can't help you. Harvard University owns 094704 But if what you need is a milkshake a haircut or n plant specimens formal the situation is different. For these Items Brand advertising columns nro a helpful directory of Martin Schilling Midl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 11 February 1939

.rT THE H-8 U BRAND Pafct COWBOY CAGERS TRY ST. MARY'S AGAIN MONDAY TUESDAY Intramural Basketball Tournament Swings Into Action This Week FrcMtm Title PIPELINE; By BILL AMO SporU Editor Yours truly received a pleasant sur- prise during the past week. You know folks this pillar actually is read and digested by sport followers other than local students. A column- ist on McMurry's "War Whoop" had your scribe's name printed in bold face typo and even mentioned the old homo town Plalnvicw New Jer- sey in a recent edition of that sheet. Here's the rare part though. The name was linked with what the Mc- MurryiW thought was a grave error found in n sideline three weeks back. Talk centered around Leon Autry former nll-nround athlete at Snyder High who is playing a major cage rolo in the current frosh victory ctrlng. Autry starred In basketball cir- cles for three years at the Scurry County school. The sterling brand of ball played by Autry in 1937 mer- ited him an all-district berth in the 6...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 11 February 1939

i - W?p3CFRWi . ' If ' ' i- -"i.W-TWKTtW))!ev ' Pate 4 THE H-8 U BRAND Gala Time For Everyone During 'Crawfish' Week Even No Rata Datas Finally Rate Dates Notorious Glamour Gals Have Busy Week By LOUISE HEAVER Hoi Hum! nnd n gny time wns hnd by all concerned. Many a wnll-flower was rescued from sure distress in seven days and a few men learned what it is to sit at home nights. All i in all tho idea went over big with hearty co-operation on the part of all students. Many an unsung hero sprang to light in the overwhelming horde of co-eds ready for tho chnsc. Like- wise tho "secret passion" was brought into reality with n show and n coke nnd the long wny home. It was amus- ing to note the way some of the boys reacted to this revolutionary move- ment. Not a whimper was heard from . the majority but the "No Rata Datns" of Ferguson hall did some tall won- dering as they reached a new low in popularity. Confidentially the Smith Hall boys rated better with M. F. II. than nny- ono else. The ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 18 February 1939

" t T- " o ' I k uNwki'. Jl v bm b Ibv tMHbwMV' HwkaBuH bhbW sBTsm HBSIBS (V I bv W sLw Ar i sBk bbb bbbbbBv sbb bbb tBbV "By ByBaBByA AYBBrA ybbYa rfl BBB i t 1 .r bbbbbbbbb e- Vol. XXIII Z714 HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXAS FEBRUARY 18 1939 No. 19 Irr M? Is . w lr 3 t J it S fl. M lis? w Iff- 'i t l-:7 irr i 1 i Wv i . . mtMwm Wo thought n new high had been reached by Cowgirl wooers among bandsters this week when wo saw nil those golden gnrments but were in- formed that they were the new Cow- girl sweaters. Not bcefin' bcllyachin or grlpin' for the design Is pretty but when the Chorus choir nnd other campus groups get their bright yellow jackets that somblance of a letter sweater will lose nil its dignity. Administrative council will re- scind the two dollar fee for use of radios in the dormitories after Ferguson hall boys protested the payment reports our correspondent. Thanks to the council nnd adminis- tration students filled the cnfetcria for a so-so dinner Monday nigh...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 18 February 1939

( r - i " ! fttl THE H-S U BRAND y k "Never fear but there's provision of the devil's to quench knowledge lest we walk the earth in rapture!" Robert Browning. Creatures WL 5 h S I lit 4 s It ft v lv i S fc ''L" ttV to. . .V SB? Hfa l' wa ( &' (V- i .'!t y Editorials On Forming Alliances r INKING people today realize that regardless of position the next great European conflagration that now seems to be so inevitable will involve the United States of America. It seems to me that the American people would be showing wisdom and forethought to keep the battle ground where it has always been in Europe. The way to keep German Italian Russian or Japanese aggression out of the environs of the Western Hemis- phere is to have the necessary alliances that insure our safety from foreign aggression. This can be done by making friends with two of the largest powers France and England. Thus by selling implements of war to France and England we will not only be preparing our- selves for war bis?...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 18 February 1939

o M 'A' .1 1 o THE H-S U BRAND ""L .r FINAL HOME GAME TONIGHT WITH NORTH TEXANS i I e t f nPi SIDELINE By BILL AMO Sports Editor Toxns Tech certainly is turning on the publicity full blast in another great attempt to gain admittance in tho Southwest Conference. The ncw- cnt angle lies in current reports by Publicity Director Bill Parker that tho Raiders will become an associate member of the nationally recognized loop late this spring. This newest news release of Parker's printed in tho University of New Mexico Lobo stated that Tech would not be able to accept an active bctth until 1041 be- cause contracts with liitcrscctional opponents do not expire until that time. Clyde "Bulldog" Turner was re- quested to leave school late Sunday afternoon. Turner had been found guilty pf violating a major regula- tion his second offense during the last few weeks. Several athletes living at Smith Hall were cam- puscd indefinitely including Dud Reed and Charlie Trcadway of tho cage squad. Reed and...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 18 February 1939

Pf4 THE H-S U BRAND Youth Approves Roosevelt Plan For Defense President Would Arm For Entire West Hemisphere Dy Student Opinion Sorveyg of America Recently President Roosevelt in his message to Congress asked. for! nrmed forces strong enough to aid in the defense of tho entire Western Hemisphere. American college youth tho coming generation that may have to fight in another world war ap- proves of tho policy by a good major- ity. Students xf all classes and in all sections of tho United States in a carefully selected cross-section have been interviewed by representatives of the Student Opinion Surveys of America. This non-profit agency of the college press was organized re- cently for tho scientific measurement of public opinion of the nation's stu- dent bodies. The current study points out that 62 per cent of the stu- dents are for srengthening "the Unit- ed States army and navy for the pro- tection of all nations in the Western Hemisphere." Thursday tho President asked Con- gress ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 25 February 1939

". I rJ"V"'iPv f JlF H V H " LPmmm Lsh H H H B Blm m9 VfL F Vol. XXIII Z7U HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY; ABILENE TEXAS FEBRUARY 25 1939 No. 20 STUDENTS JOIN IN DRIVE FOR CAMPUS PAVING FUND If h After bnllyhooing campus paving It has turned into a reality with the trustees ami administration pushing the much-needed project. Students checking with city officials found that Federal aid was avnilnble and that only $.1800 would be necessary for the school's part. Tiustees are generously kickin' in nnd faculty members hnvu reached deep in their jeans for almost seven hundred dollars. Started by the students and for everyone's equal bencfit'il is a stu- dmt project and although the pav- ing can be completed without finan- cial aid from them the price of a show ticket from each of you would show that you manifest a little in- terest in your campus in your uni- versity. Arrangements for us broke lugs has been made at the business office where we can donate a part of our lab or room deposits. Bo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 25 February 1939

F M J: 4 ' -W W ' f "W $' ' 'W "T1 (Vfl ' f"" As ' ; 1 Pais I THE H-S U BRAND stf5: " ff .'?" I t 1 '?' . i' is V .. u U".1 ?. V to" w I ra hi- ft . 4 fel n K Lv Wb i"V Is . $ s IV- fc. '. v iff fat . t r(" 1 m Ttf mis V4 -i!l ... v: p .i- if ft jea itoridls "The old order changeth yielding place to new and God fulfills himself hi many ways' lest one good custonVshould VWlkUUt M TTWAEMS AblUlVJVllt i The Quarterly Lesson WM Anyone Leara It? SUNDAY night two young men from Poison one a former university student died in a car wreck near Arlee. One was killed immediately. The other died after four hours to give all who saw him a lesson in Exchanges Campus Camera Fourteen members of the Pi Kappa Sigma sorority at Warrensburg Teach- ers College arose at 4:30 a. m. in order to be the first persons finger- printed when the members of the Alph Phi Omega conducted a cam- the campus. The fingerprint bureau didn't open until eight o'clock. The Student There's a strike on the' Kentucky safe dri...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 25 February 1939

attg: r'r"?fsst ' J' TUTPV "-.5 ry V" i :'l P THE H-B V BRAND 2 " . i .X FV Frm The SIDELINES By BILL AMO Sports Editor Our great need for n new gymnn- Blum to Rupplnnt the Corral was point- ed out In distinct fashion last week- end when the Cowboy enters enter- tained North Texas State. A battle- scarred veteran of many campaigns the Corral took on the appearance of n swimming pool during Friday night's hostilities. llnin. Beeped through the taftcra and splattered on the floor and oit the stands through- out the entiro everting. Several spec- tators sat in a steady drizzle while the players cavorted nbout the court nt a slow pace to keep from spraining ankles nnd suffering other injuries. At certain intervals the game was halted so n corps of football men could dry the bourds a bit with their towels. w Don't be surprised if steps are taken shortly to raise funds for the construction of a huge field house. Saturday night Manager Gib Sandc- fcr was overheard talking about plans for s...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 25 February 1939

i .. . JtT jt LUIHM'HTVM IM mt&!&!tiiimiima!!tmiMmu!mnti!iiM.t!!&ii T?tJ. v? irw s rjxtz rtm$'gt - i-n'j aT T ' T1 J THE H-S U BRAND .-""&-1-- 1"W Semi-Centennial Commission Named 1 To Make Golden Jubilee Establishment of the Hardln-Slm-mons university Scml-Contennlal com- mission to plan observance of the pioneer West Texas school's golden Jubilee anniversary in 1041-1042 was announced today by V. J Deh- rens chairman of the H-SU board of trustees. First members to the commission which may bo enlarged from time to time as plans develop will bo an- nounced in tho next few days Mr. Behrens said. The board of trustees recently adopted resolutions outlining major objectives in tho university's fiftieth anniversary program. "Major programs of state and na- tionwide interest will bo scheduled on or about the opening of tho univer- sity year in the fall of 1041 the an- nual Founders' day on April 17 1042 and commencement timo in 1042" tho resolution set out. "Homecoming at...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 4 March 1939

Vol. XXIII Z714 HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXAS MARCH 4 1939 No. 21 MRS. ROOSEVELT LECTURES HERE FRIDAY NIGHT r mqmm To the contributors to the campus paving fund wo tlinnk you for your generous suppoit. We were surprised nt the liberality of H-SU students when the lint was passed because ninny hnve cxpiossed their sentiments ngniiiflt the project but our contri- butions niny be instrumental in some hind tuuteo donating n much larger sum. I To Miss Mary E. Head and all of I A! I'll and to the Cowgirls who will make their offer in a lump sum we thank ou for your one hundred per cent support. It wasn't the amount so much but the spirit of giving and even L. A. Parrish's one cent was as graciously j received as John Pierce's father's ten dollars nlong with Henry Ford's one million to "pave the football field" Titus Twiddle's one-half mill Barbara Hutton's "one store" Nelson Eddy's "a song" and Henry Morgenthau secretary-treasurer of U. S. A. "we're behind you any amount." After...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 4 March 1939

WfTyj' M I Wk j.rf. 'W . r K -. . r w ft? r h i If IV r . 'J -?' if I: Si fff 9tJ - fert H Itffc . 51 K . . r pi. .. . ft' k I. fef V :fr tf- tf- "r af- . i- V UJ Editorials THE H-S U BRAND ?'uAt "V -. ' "The stoical scheme of supplying our wants by lopping off our desires is like cutting bff our feet when we want shoes." Jonathan Swift. ' Slow Down Cowboy History Fifteen Years Ago The greatest musical triumph of rDAY wo saw a car turn on two wheels In front of Ferguses hall barely missing a student at this is only one instance of something that occurs on the H-SU campus probably several times each day. All too frequently we have students narrowly missed be- lag run over. And while drivers can truthfully protest Simmons College passed into history that they generally obey such traffic laws as exist here Inst week when Ignace Paderewski and that local pedestrians are often careless still any world famed pianist finished his long driver's consideration for human life should constrain ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 4 March 1939

'' -r . X !)U 3 ' 'H ".V THE H-8 U BRAND . i'' . .' ip.L CLODHOPPERS REDWINGS HOLD INTRAMURAL LEAD r A' 't i .? v ' I V it. t . .A t Ranchers From TSie OTELUNES By BILL AMO Sport Editor Well folks here's the last edition of this column for a month. Your un- salaried servant can put his typewirter in hock during that period and take a rest from this strictly amateur post. Beginning next Saturday the various classes tako over the sheet thus giv- ing Bomo old-timers a breathing spell. Several novel ideas will be ex- pressed between these lines with keen competition marking the inter-class contest. Lots of luck to all and may the best journalists win. Coach Kimbrough's .recent ..an- nouncement that spring grid prac- tice start later. than usual this year benefited greatly tho development of a Purple and Gold baseball team. Our entry in the newly-formed Abi- lene Amateur Baseball League will be bolstered consldcrbaly during the first two weeks by several foot- ball men. The loop is slate...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 4 March 1939

m - a ty. ir h v7 5sfW'Fgx iw4aBaiA w Pat 4 THE IT-8 U BRAND CHAPEL LECTURER Van Grove Believes Arts Are Axis of Life Activities By SARAH PEARCE A short stocky fellow who labels Germany merely "Inartistic" and firm- ly believes that the arts are the axis on which life should turn began a se- ries of lectures and conferences on music at Hardin-Simmons university Thursday. Isaac Van Grove noted American conductor and director arrived In Abi- lene Tuesday evening en route to New York City from Los Angeles: In New York he will direct the railroad pageant and opera in English at the World's Fair. He has been in Los An- geles whero he was instructor in structor in speech-song at Max Rein- hardt's Worshop. Van Grove is a kindly person with crow's feet at the corners of his eyes from much laughter and a love of the human family and his work. While many of his artistic contem- poraries rail against totalitarian gov- ernments that would do without art of any type Van Grove calls the situ- ati...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 11 March 1939

. Vol. XXIII Z714 HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXAS MARCH 11 W39 No. 22 PRESENT JUNIOR JUBILEE FRIDAY NIGHT k I I if Featured Artists in Junior Jubilee Congratulations to Prexy on his 71st birthday. The Junior class takes this opportunity to give their verbal bou- quet to the courageous man who has given 30 years of his II.' e 1o Hnidin- mmons. v If this column reads Just a little bit "screwy" just remember that it supposed to be that way. " our ed- itor (temporary) Is a green hand nt this Job and while this copy is slip- ping through the typewriter any number of things come to mind such aa: headlines copy cuts proof read- ing and a little sleep wouldn't hurt ny. We extend our sympathy to the class editors of the next hrce weeks however sympathy won't do you much good. The thing that will do you the most good will be some knowledge of headlines and front page layouts some news copy and typewriters come in handy if you can find any. Oh yes we do hope that Editor Day has a pleas...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 11 March 1939

... & "; Fatal X. THE H-S U BRAND -J m sr I j K i :w i2:j .-("A- I 'l" V Sclitorials Jitterbug Jiving Perhaps one of the most peculiar "fads" if it may boj so-called is that of the jitterbug though this strange malady which thrives on somo college campuses finds scant welcome here on the University's Forty Acres. After several months of speculation on the "cause" and "effects" of the craze which causes sano persons to behave like well like jitterbugs do Clifford S. Colo biologist of Bergen Junior College Hackensack N. J. has diagnosed the disease and declared it "spectacular but not fatal" nnd a definite detriment to learning. His study as reported by- Associated Collegiae Press follows: "The poison may cause a sudden reaction in the body in which case the individual without any warning symp- toms is thrown abruptly into tha throes of the disease or the reaction may slowly build up to full vigor re- quiring a month or more completely to possess the victim. "The poison apparently...

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