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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 8 February 1936

""I f3 !1 1 " .! February 8 1936 THE IIARDIN-SIMM0N8 MIAND Pit Ttot COWHANDS TO BEGIN BARNSTORM TOUR Win Over D.B.C. Gives Rancher Five Clean Home Slate Harris Leads Scoring In First Encounter; Benson In Second Second Game Comical Cowboys Will Meet Sul Ross D. B. C Cosden Oiler's Quintets After lltiBinfr down the curtnin on nn undefeated home chkc season hole Tuesday nicht Conch Frank Kim- brough's Cowhands prepared to tnke off caily Monday oni briefly extend- ed barnstorming tour which includes n brace of frames with n pieviously conquered foe and three starts against new opposition. The Ranching five will be in Btownwood Monday and Tuesday night for a series in the Hill Millies' own .pasture after taking both starts against Daniel Raker in the Corral this week. The boys then embark for Alpine but arc slated to stop off Wednesday in Rig Spiing for n one-night spree with the Cosden Oilers before mixing it with the Sul Ross Lobocs Friday and Sntuiday. Unless other games are scheduled...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 8 February 1936

M Pane Four TnE HARDIN-SIMMONS BRAND February 18 1936 Book Review Club Studies 'Old Maid' El Paso Man Thanks Cowboy Musicians Harmonizers Of Hardin-Simmons University Male quartet of Hnrdin-Simmons university composed of Aaron Grant Tom Gassaway Thurston Hock and James Harold Stowe which has made numerous trips to neighboring churches and schools this year. The group is instructed by Mrs. Lola Glbson-Doaton and is famous for its "Ser Mrs. Dan R. Junell Directs Discussion Of Famous Akin Drama mon in Song." rids Letter .wy . - kl lphn Paxton $& : H A program based on the Pulitzer prlzo winning drama "The Old Maid" was presented nt the Wednesday meeting of the Forum Dook Review unit In observance of National Drama Week. Mrs. L. A. Smith program leader gave a sketch of Edith Wharton whe wrote the story in novel form and of Zoo Akin who dramatized It. Review of the drama was given by Mrs. Dan R. Junell. Plans for a party to be given Wed nesdny afternoon Feb. 10 In celc brntlon of the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 15 February 1936

""r'WWFT This The Twentieth Anniversary Edition Of Respectfully Dedicated To The Memory Of First In Support of Hardin-Simmons Abilene and Texas Centennial VOL. 20 Richard E. Byrd Will Lecture As Artist Attraction Famous Explorer To Relate Experiences Of Trip To Antarctic Rear Admiral Richard E. Byrd Antarctic explorer and adventurer will lecture Monday Feb. 17 in the university auditorium under the aus- picics of the Hardin-Simmons uni- versity artist course. Two lectures will be Riven matinee and evening. The matinee perform- ance will begin at 3:30 o'clock with prices 40 and 75 cents. The night show will start at 8 o'clock with prices 55 cents 75 cents and $1.10. Hardin-Simmons students enn ex- change activity tickets at the busi- ness office for tickets to the lecture. Students may attend either the aft- ernoon or the evening lecture. Commander Byrd has just returned from his second successful expedition into the south polar regions and his story will deal with his explorations a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 15 February 1936

. I A Pace IV THE HARDIN-SIMMONS BRAND February IS 1936 Site Urattb A weekly college newspaper published every Saturday during the school year by the Hardin-Simmons Press Club In the interest of the Student Body of Hardin-SIm-mons University. Entered as second class mall matter June 22 1917 nt the Postoffico at Abilene Texas under net of March 3 1912. CURRENT CAMPOS COMMENT Subscription Price per year $2.00 Editorial Office: First Floor Abileno Hall 1302 Univcr- sity Drive. Downtown Office: 241 Hickory Street. Telephones 7211 0r 6751 GAINES SIIULTS Editor D. P. McCAKTY Jit Business Manager Ccnrlcy Kinard Associate Editor Si Addington Associate Editor Mack Maehen Sports Editor Fay Morrison Society Editor Hoyt West Desk Editor Burton Shclton Copy Editor Grcenberry Morrow Cartoonist "Willnrd Foster Asst. Business Mannger Wayne Petty Financo Manager Sarah Elizabeth Cox Columnist Kocnig And Sclfridgo Exchange Editors Reporters: Margaret Anna Hart Mary Zilla Tur- ner Racheal B. McDonald S...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 15 February 1936

?r!W&rWmWt" u February 15 1936 THE nARDIN-SIMMONS nRAND Rtff TteM rfVT"Wi?Fr' COWMEN WIN TWICE FROM HILL BILLIES Organization Of 'H-S' Club Begins At First '36 Meet Initiation Of New Members Is Major Problem Of Association Discuss Banquet Plans Lcttcrmcn Not Allowed To Let Others Wear New Sweaters In the first important meeting of tho yenr the Hnrdin-Simmons "H-S" association decided on the initiation of new members varsity lcttcrmcn who lettered for tho first time this yenr. Each new lettcrman was put in tho charge of nt least two members of the "H-S" club. These members are supposed to take complete- care of their man's initiation and tend to nil the details. The plcdRcship will lost two weeks. Tho final degree will be conferred Thursday after next. A committee composed of Cleddic Hall Carl Garner and Day Emery will have general charge of the in- itiation. They will toll the pledges what to do when nil of them arc con- cerned and according to Mr. Hall it is going to be plenty....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 15 February 1936

ft i Pane Fonr TIIE lURniN-SIMMONS nRAND February 15 1036 Franuk JJumell Hafe Progiraiinni Fir Sumday School BaircqfMit Frnnk Juncll Instructor of Jour- nalism was program director for n bnnquot Monday evening In tho din- ing room of tho First Baptist church. Tho leap year themo was used throughout tho banquet Rev. O'Brien talked on "How to Livo Agreeably and Acceptably with Other People" which was opened In a humorous vein nnd concluded with practical suggestions. After tho Invocation by Dr. Millard A. Jcnkcns Mrs. N. A. Moore sup- erintendent of tho young peoplo's de- partment gave recognition to guests general officers and teachers of tho division and student membership. She presented Mrs. J. E. Burnam as- sociate superintendent as general chairman of arrangements for tho banquet. Frank Juncll was then in- troduced. "Harts and Darts" was given ns topic for tho following program: "Old Maids and Bachelors" by Mrs. Mooro; reading Doris Cnsslo; "Sweethearts on Parade" by Hnrdln-Simmo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 29 February 1936

&gyffis ilfrlM'ffff.fril s'na.fiiftfcj'' tkx.iaitjiu - .T aii.i.v ii ViS7i .lf .' iu '. it Brand SThP NEWS TIPS: Campus Comment .... Pago 2 Tech Game Page 3 Athlete I'cnture Page 3 Itotintl Table Fete Page -1 ' li .. I u tt H t. II illi i M II II II II m III First In Support of Hardin-Simmons Abilene and Texas Centennial VOL. 20 HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXAS FEBRUARY 29 1936 No. 21 y. n r t c IV. S I Ivi Don't forget tonight is bath night! All this stuff nppeai'ing last week about this column not coming from the sun-baked hills of Arizona as it was supposed to is a bunch of hooey. It did come and the esteemed Machen serving as editor Inst week received it at about the same time you received your Brands so that accounts for your not knowing of it. Thirty members of the world fa- mous Cowboys begged with tears in their eyes for the column not' to be sent but you the readers were con- sidered first and the dirt infested sheets were started on their way. Only the inefficie...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 29 February 1936

IBippiPilpPi?? fe f-Wlf ? - & if to 0 fy f i "l laft Tw THE BRAND February 29 1984 st-Jt '' J V "W Sv'C CCt ; 14' I I T. r w rJ w 1 I w& v t I"' 4 V L. H. 'A fV V r V." " -TV ' jri. i . v" ii .?; r .T"?iy Vh c ? Qtyr Srattii A weekly college newspaper published every Saturday dariag the school year by the Hardin-Simmons Press Club in the interest of the Student Body of Hardin-SIm-neai University. Entered as second class ma! matter June 22 1017 at the Postuffice at Abilene Texas under act of March 3 1012. Subscription Price per year $2.00 Editorial Office: First Floor Abilene Hall 1302 Unlvcr- aity Drive. Downtown Office: 241 Hickory Street. Telephones 7211 0r 6751 GAINES SIIULTS Editor D. F. McCARTY JR : . . Business Manager Ccarlcy Kinard Associate .Editor SI Addington Associate Editor Mack Machcn Sports Editor Fay Morrison Society Editor Hoyt West Desk Editor Burton Shelton Copy Editor Willard Foster Asst. Business Manager Wayne Petty Finance Manager Sarah Elizabeth Cox Co...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 29 February 1936

"il '! it j j y f KwKWHI 'VI v 2' h! Bf .' .A'. - JT .'-V. Febf arv . 1M THE BRAND lff tii st r- T 0 & to - $ r 7 3gvV atfilrfcRi wn P. 4 l 1 TECH FALLS 50-42 BEFORE WRANGLERS First Fray Ends With Locals Sans Help Of All But Three (Special to The Brand) LUBBOCK Feb. 27. Leaping to a six point lead as the second half opened the competent Cowboys of lUrdln-Slmmons maintained a steady bar- rage of field goals to defeat Texas Tech 50 to 42 in a wild and reckless basketball game here tonight. Two thousand fans kept up incessant yelling as first one team then the other would spurt for two or three goals at a time but sympathy was more for the young officials than for the players. The game was exceptionally fast and rugged. A total of 39 personal fouls were called 23 of them against the Cowboys who played the last fifteen seconds with three men on the floor. Benson Harris Scrogglns Reeves and Calloway used up all their per sonals and Morris of Tech made four. The Matadors were hnrd pre...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 29 February 1936

Page Four THE BRAND February 29 1936 i Edmund Table Lmehmin. Fetes Santera Qm An&ranal Class Day Hnrdln-Slmmons university Round Table gavo the traditional luncheon Saturday at the Wootcn hold to honor members of tho senior class on their annual senior dny. Tho thomo was in keeping with George Washington's birthday. Min- iature models of Gcorgo and Martha Washington were on the luncheon ta- bles which also held blue cornflowers in red vases. Red white and blue tapers in vari-colorcd holders and n multitude of stars also formed pa- triotic decorations. Dr. W. D. Rich presided for tho program. A welcome to seniors was given by Mrs. W. A. Stephenson. Mrs. Lola Gibson Denton sang a few num- bers and a group led by E. K. How- man gavc.somo old-time music. Mnrccno and Winnogcno Ballard Glcnnn Hnrvcr Etta Jane Stephen- son Helen Baker Mary Beth Kim- brough Pnuline Preston nnd Helen Gene nnd Hall Bond duncod "Tho Minuet." Tho guest list: Tnbitha Atkisson Lois Bcvens Freddie Sue Bloxom T...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 7 March 1936

Brama NEWS TIPS: "Whole Town's Talking" Page 1 Campus Comment Pago 2 Tech Story Page f Speech Itccltal Page -1 First In Support of Hardin-Simmons Abilcnc- and Texas Centennial VOL. 20 HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXAS MARCH 7 1936 No. 22 Players Present Three-Act Comedy Farce In Auditorium Tuesday Night Cowboys May Meet Tech In Centennial Clash Next Season mv u ?' Burnett Tiner To Have Leading Roles Of Popular Drama "Whole Town's Talking" Is Directed By Mrs. Nora Levy Spnikling comedy nml clever repar- tee will bu served Hnrdin-Simmons dramatic fans who attend the comedy "The Whole To-wi's Talking" to be presented In the auditorium Tuesday night. The play under the direction of Mrs. Norn Levy has become popular in nmntcur theater circles and has had a successful season's tun in New York.- Tliis will be the last three-act pro- duction of the year and is the second of the season. Ibsen's "Ghosts" was the first. A stiong cast several of them well known in Abilene dramatic circles...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 7 March 1936

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 7 March 1936

j'-wfmf "?mmnpff ' . t y WV W' ' : '.. 7-rs.(n vjf r - f-Ht? lU. 3 AC r March 7 1M 4 . " ' i'- THE BRAND GRIDDERS BEGIN FOOTBALL SESSIONS 'M U" f'- s i f r-Aii' "Tf' v Ji.'-' r - Tiiwrai . mMmmwmr H Wrlak "'' i i !! ir.it.ii. ia.- u nrrrtiwrmiWrMfcm-m..i ji mMwiraaiaiiii i ' V tf ' fl" ')" ?S A. I W ' h4 " y" it. i J . Jorty-Five Pigskin Maulers Report.To First Spring Drill Kimbrough Has Twenty-five Lettermen To Build Team About Moleskins have como down off the hooks on which they were only re- cently pegged and forty-fivo Hardin- Simmons grldders have brushed the dust of six weeks rest from their shoulders to take up spilng football practice with much vigor. ' The group reporting each afternoon to Parramore field for workout in- cludes 25 lettermen 11 squadmen and nine freshmen. Kimbrough has divided the squad so that each player will report for drills only three times each week for the next two weeks. The entire group will report for practice ovcry day be- ginning March 15. Center...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 7 March 1936

TCWW?V'" P Fowf - THE BRAND March 7 1936 Texas Independence Theme Marks Sophomore Banquet Sophomores of Hardin-Slmmons unlvertlty held their annual spring ban- quet Monday evening at the Wooten hotel with 82 guesta Joining In the program which had two themes that of Texaa Independence day and the 45th anniversary of the class. Holman Jenkens president of the sophomore class presided aa toast- master. The program opened with the singing of "Eyes of Texaa" by the guests and birthday greetings by Sarah Elisabeth Cox secretary of the class. Mary Fry and June Brahaney gave a tap number and Jack Krauss played several accordion solos. The main program feature was a listen-In on the Texas day program broadcast aa a Centennial feature over NBC. "Texas Under Six Flags" was the theme of the decoration. Guests were seated at six tables each table deco- rated as one country under which Texas had served. Stars tied with red white and blue ribbons served as program-menu cards. The menu was worded ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 14 March 1936

- t - K ii- itf NEWS TIPS: Pony Name Contest ..Page 1 . Intramural Game Monday .. Page 3 Campus Comment Page 2 Sport Slants Pago 3 First' In Support of Hardin-Simmons Abilene and Texas Centennial VOL. 20 HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXAS MARCH 14 1936 No. 23 UNIVERSITY RECEPTION MARKS DR. SANDEFER'S BIRTHDAY ' tf hv rand Nt If.. ifll ggggw Nice day this for an oyster 1 Tendency of students to straggle about the campus in pairs Is not duo to a fear of the burly monster who invaded the domicile of Grecnbcrry but more to the anlmnl Instinct which has been cropping out ever since Noah made the mistake of loading his ark In pnlrs. If they nre holding hands ns Hnrdesty and Stunrt (when she Isn't holding somebody else's) usually are think nothing of it for perhaps they nre mute nnd nro using the TOUCH system to do their talking. The Cowgirl banquet was a knock- out of the usual type only more so and everybody came sober remained sober and left the same way. That is everybody but Chls...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 14 March 1936

fJV 0 " vr Vf ' Pat Tw THE BRAND March 14 1936 I w yXmt; isni r- Nfr r.r k it- i fr 1 r n - f:$T v. ... F-vn . 7vy-p". 01; ' "L1 r S .. cBhr rauii A weekly college newspaper published every Saturday during the school year by tho Hardin-Simmons Press Club in the interest of the Student Body of Hardin-Simmons University. Entered as second class mail matter June 22 1017 at the Postoffico at Abilene Texas under act of March 3 1012. Subscription Price per year $2.00 Editorial Offico: First Floor Abilene Hall 1302 Univer- sity Drive. Downtown Offico: 241 Hickory Street. Telephones 7211 0r 5761 GAINES SHULTS Editor D. F. McCARTY JR Business Manager Cearlcy Kinard Associate Editor Si Addington Associate Editor Mack Maclien Sports Editor Fay Morrison Society Editor lloyt West Desk Editor Burton Shelton Copy Editor Willard Foster ' Asst. Business Manager Wayne Petty Finance Manager Sarah Elizabeth Cox Columnist Kounig And Selfridgo Exchango Editors Reporters : Margaret Anna Hart Mary Zilla Tu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 14 March 1936

vsr- ' - Cff v p ( $ (-(- T v- ' .J. ' March 14 1936 PI thrM TRAVELING NETTERS PLAY FRIDAY PROFS TO TANGLE WITH MERMAIDS MONDAY NIGHT O'Brien Troupe Of v Pro-Stars To Give Exhibition Matclie To Be Last Attraction Artist Course For This Term On Appearance of the Eastern division of Dill O'Oricn'a professional tennis troupe which will perform on the newly constructed clay court in front of the Cowboy stadium hero Friday concludes the list of attractions brought to Abilene this spring on Hardin-Simmons' artist course. Contrary to the rumor going the rounds here Wednesday when n story appeared in the Fort Worth Star- Telegram saying that Ellsworth Vines and other professional stars scheduled to appear in Fort Worth next Wed- nesday had cancelled their matches in this section the famous netter and his company will be on hand as planned. ( Texas Tennis Star S iKKHKl Sport Slants f Contents of a telegram received Thursday night by Manager Gib Sandcfcr refuting the adverse statement follows...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 14 March 1936

Page Four the'brand QnLe-Hmiidbred AttinidAraraarcwiMBmS March 14 1936 (Good hmsk Tltnem Carried Out In Affair At Wooteim Using the "Had nnd Good Luck" theme which It symbolical of Friday 13th Cowgirls gave their annual banquet last evening at the Woolen hotel. An unlucky program printed In black and white with black cats in- cluded six numbers. Helen Grace Williams president was the toast mis- tress and gave an "unwelcome" address. "ResponsolcsV was made by Hilly Morrow. Mildred Uurnctt gave a reading "Cooked Ilrcad." Girls' quartet com- posed of Joy Pender Kuth Schlcbc Naomi Davis Mildred Jcnkens Edith Curry and Tabitha Adklsson sang "In the Dark." Fenture of the program was "Outtn Luck" nn extemporaneous nmntcur number. Uonitn McGnhcy picscntctl nn Impersonation of a "Lizsnrd." Day Emery sang "Can I Be Your Little Dog 'Til Your Big Dog Comes Homo?" nnd It. T. Boutwcll spoke on "The Good nnd Bad Points of Being jChhiless" or "Not All 'Germs' Are In- 'sects." Mnxine Juncll nnd Bcrn...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 21 March 1936

;W wfw - f '-"PTypiyCTfy-'f.' If IU T"liglJi H n i NEWS TIPS: Coronntion of Queen Page l domic Opera Page l Name the Pony Page 4 Tcnnla Stars . Pago 3 i m m m n m m u m m m m iji mm rana First In Support of Hardin-Simmons Abilene and Texas Centennial VOL. 20 HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXAS MARCH 21 1936 No. 24 Awards Ordered For Contestants Of Band Tourney Redlands Forensic Squads Will Debate Here Monday To Appear In Comic Opera Miss Luzollo Hicks nnd Avery Lcc who will have leading roles in the 'forthcoming production "Trial By Jury" which Is to be pre- sented in the auditorium Tuesday night by members of the choral club. Mrs Lola Gibson Denton is director. University Queen Coronation To Be Held Friday Night Miss Jane Guinn To Receive Scepter From Elton Murphy Jnne Guinn will be officially crown- ed Queen of Hnrdln-Simmons univer- sity Friday night March 27 nt a ceremony to be held in the nudltor- ium. Elton Murphy president of Student Association will present the scepter. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 21 March 1936

TOW m Pate Two THE BRAND March 21 1936 I IV IS in ! Im yn. i J- kff. m& TTAi . GJljc Urattfc A weekly college newspaper published every Saturday during the school year by the Hardin-Simmons Press Club In the interest of the Student Body of Hardin-Simmons University. Entered as second class mail matter June 22 1017 at tho Postoffico at Abilene Texas under act of March 3 1912. Subscription Price per year $2.00 Editorial Office: First Floor Abilene Hall 1302 Univer- sity Drive. Downtown Office: 241 Hickory Street. Telephones 7211 0r 6751 GAINES SIIULTS D. F. McCAIiTY JR Ccarlcy Kinard Si Addington Mnck Maclicn Fay Morrison Hoyt West Burton Shclton Copy liilitor "Willard Foster Asst. Business Manager "Wayne Petty Finance Manager Sarah Elizabeth Cox Columnist Koenig And Selfridgo Exchange Editors lteportcrs: Margaret Anna Hart Mary Zilla Tur- ner Radical B. McDonald S. J. Bjiggs S. J. "White Lev Hudspeth. And Jesus answering said unto him It is said Fhou shalt not make trial of the L...

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