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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 19 April 1952

THE H-SU BRAND Saturday April 19 1352 Chon Dong Looking Forward To Week at Ridgecrest N. C. By MARY NELL BOWEN Freshman Religious Editor Chon Dong a native of Korea has been chosen by the BSU executive council as the foreign H-SU student who will be sent to Ridgecrest N. C Baptist en- campment for student week June 4-11. A part of the major project for the year the BSU also will help finance a student to a for- eign mission field in cooperation with the Southern Baptist For- eign Mission board. "The main purpose of the BSU in sending a foreign student to Ridgecrest is to help him get acquainted with people in the United States and to have Christian fellowship with Amer- ican young people as well as to strengthen his Christian life so that he may more effectively carry the message of Christ to his native country" said Clinton Watson BSU president. New To Chon Ridgecrest will be all new to Chon who is eagerly looking forward to the first week in June. He will leave Abilene with other ...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 19 April 1952

Saturday April 19 1952 THE H-SU BRAND Pata f k 1 Texas Wins Second Sponsored By New Second place honors in the American Art Week Contest went to the state of Texas for accom- plishments in promotions inter- est in art. The winners of the contest sponsored by the American Ar- tists Professional League of New York City were announced Sat- urday by A. M. Carpenter Chair- man of the Art Department of Hardin-Simmons who is the League's Art Director and Chair- man of the Art Division of the Texas Federation of Women's Clubs. The award an oil painting "Vermont Village" by interna- tionally known painter and ex- hibitor David Humphreys was given Texas for its art accom- plishments as recorded in the art press book which reviewed art programs based on clippings from all sections of the state. Judging of the record books were based upon the number of observances; their quality and thought content; value of visual arts; cooperation gained from officials other organizations and THE BRANDING IRO...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 19 April 1952

'JJ ' 9 t THE H-IU BRAND Saturday April IS 1952 By BARBARA BARROW Freshman Staff Writer Question of the Week: Do you think that Senior Day on the campus influences a high school senior's choice of colleges? Did it influence you? Pat O'Neal freshman from Fort Worth says: "I think that it does. It familiarizes the high school student with the college camps and gives him a glimpse of what his days in a college will be like. When I came to H-SU for Senior Day the one thing that really impressed me was the friend- liness shown by the student body. Such friend- liness made H-SU seem like the right place for me to come for my college years." June Matthews freshman from Albuquerque N. M. states that she believes that a Senior Day such as is held on the forty acres has a definite in- fluence on a senior's choice of a college especially when the student is looking around for a school to attend. "I had already made up my mind to come to Hardin-Simmons before I came to Senior Day but the experi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 26 April 1952

t Night Performance To Conclude HSU Rodeo 13 of HSU Enter Six Sophomore Edition "Z'-v Contests Final performances at 2:30 and 8 p. m. today will conclude the Sixth Annual H-SU Intercolle- giate Rodeo. Immediately after the final show the team cham- pion and champions in each event will be named. Three other shows Thursday and Friday started the big three day show off with over 85 cow- boys and cowgirls from 18 west- ern schools competing. Fourteen schools from the Lone Star State sent representatives with three out of state schools contending. From New Mexico came New Mexico A&M Oklahoma A&M from Still- water Oklahoma and the Uni- versity of Wyoming. From Texas came Texas Tech Texas Christian University Ar- lingon State San Angelo Junior College Odessa Junior College Ranger Junior College South- west' Texas Junior College West Texas State Texas Western Col- lege University of Texas Bay- lor University Sul Ross College and Sam Houston State college. Defending Champions The de...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 26 April 1952

' - it ?! THE H-IU BRAND Saturday Aycil 21 19S2 EDITORIALS.... Little Man On Campus by Bibler i&&&s.jz Beyond -All Uede W&&&&s. ir- & fc t i- r f v 5 If - ' To the high school seniors on the campus this week end 'we of II-SU say welcome. Most of you have come out of your way to be here. Others have come our way because you can get away from school and home for a day of enjoyment and entertain- ment. It really doesn't matter why you came but what can you get out of your brief stay on the forty acres? While here we hope you will catch during the day a glimpse of what Hardin-Simmons can offer 3011 as a student. We ask you lo look beyond the academic structure which surely is important beyond the social structure which a college must have to the small things that make H-SU great. Before you leave we hope you will be able to feel that you too may become a part of college life at II-SU. We sincerely hope j'ou will feel the friendliness any cam- pus shbuld h...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 26 April 1952

Saturday April 21 1SS2 THE H-IU BRAND Pa S ': .T....4': Pokes Down Goodfellows In Two Home Matches !" Is m a 1 SPIC and iPAMM By EDDY SPANN . ANOTHER SERIES OF ATHLETIC contests was begun last year when Hardin-Simmons played the University of Tulsa in a quickly scheduled game. The Tulsans usually produce good teams in all sporting activity so Coach Bill Scott says there is a possibility of playing them in basketball. He also reports that tentative plans for the 1954 schedule include such competition as Baylor Oklahoma A&M and University of Houston. These games ought to provide plenty of rough competition for the Cowpokes and some good games for the fans to watch. NOW FOR A BIT OF BASEBALL. It is intertesting to notice that Walter Johnson fanned four men in one inning the catcher dropped the third strike of the third man. Looks like the Red Sox have the possibilities of a good pitching staff in Parnell McDermott Kinder Masterson Scarborough and Wight. Stan Musial of the St. Louis...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 26 April 1952

Salurdy Afwll2l 1152 Miller Undefeated In Ten Matches i THE H-SU BRAND j. ' i 9 n t? -H IC'1 it u. A INTRAMURAL SOFTBALL GOT well under way ihis week with several games being played. The above picture was taken during the Crushers -Codgers tilt won by the Crushers 3-6. Above Jim Vaughn big Crusher right hartder runs the bases after a home run by Riley Cross following closely in the background. A Codger second baseman looks on helplessly. Softball Play Under Way In Intramural Leagues Softball got well under way this week with several teams playing games. Last Friday the Choir took a beating by the Mustangs with the final score being 17-7. Wofford Six Netmen In Finals Of Intramural Tennis The Intramural tennis tourna- ment has reached the quarter- finals with six netmen out of the twenty-five still in the championship bracket . In the quarter finals are Larry Roberts Chester Lyssy Harold Barrett Bobby Hord Hank Green and Billy Bob O'Brien. Six netmen are battling toward the consolatio...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 26 April 1952

Saturday April 21 1152 THE H-SU BRAND Pae I - r r y . i Women Students Evacuate Dorm; Trustees Plan For Replacement Members of the Board of Trustees of Hardin-Simmons met Thursday to formulate plans for the immediate replacement of a girls dormitory on the campus. The need for the dormitory for women was forced by the evacua- tion of Smith Hall cooperative dormitory last week. School en- gineers discovered that the building had become dangerously cracked. Cause for the cracks was laid to extreme dry weahter and engineers feared that the condi- tion might further weaken the walls of the building after rain. Present plans by the trustees call for the immediate razing of Smith Hall and the erection of a new cooperative dormitory. It is hoped that this new building will be ready for occupancy by the fall term. From Smith to Marsion President Rupert N. Richardson in a statement made at time of the evacuation of the 70 girls living in Smith Hall to tempor- ary quarters in Marston Gym- nas...

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

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 26 April 1952

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 26 April 1952

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

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

THE H-SU BRAND Saturday May 3 lftS2 EDITORIALS.... limz fyan. a Change 9 Heads of II-SU's publications were named this week by the Hardin-Simmons Board of Publications which rilso voted on looking into the changing of the board's student personnel. We are behindd them 100 per cent for considering this change. It seems that Student Council constitution which states all sorts of irrational things says that the committee is composed of the "official faculty publications committee the president of the Press Club and the president of the junior ior class." According to this the editors of the Brand Bronco and Corral as well as the Brand's business manager are left out as voting delegates on the commitee. In the past few ears it has just so happened that the president of the Press Club also has been editor of the Brand and such was the case this year. Surely none know the successor's qualifications as does the previous editor. As it now is set up the three editors have no say whatsoever a...

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

i k ! fcr.fc4 Saturday May 3 1952 THE H-SU BRAND Pat 3 P I C and S P A By EDDY SPANN THE HARDIN-SIMMONS BASEBALLERS have been playing some pretty good ball lately but they sure haven't had the support of the fans at games. There were hardly 25 students from H-SU at the game Tuesday. We should go to the ball park and enjoy a good baseball game and at the same time support the team. However the Cowpokes came out on the short end of an 8-0 score as the Wal- ters Air Force team whitewashed them last Tuesday at Blue. Sox Stadium. Wednesday the Ranchers took on the Sheppard Air Force base here in Abilene. They traveled to Mineral Walls Friday to bat- tle the Air Force team there. They have done fine so far so let's hustle them along by our attendance at the game. IT LOOKS AS IF GLENN SELBO a student at H-SU is doing good for himself in powdering that ball for the Blue Sox Monday night he slugged a 2-run homer that tied the score with the Borger Gassers. The Blue Sox went on to take the ga...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 3 May 1952

Pat 4 THE H-SU BRAND Saturday May 3 1952 Three Games Played In Softball League The intramural softball lea- gue got started this week with three games being played. In the first softball league game of the season the Crushers ground out a 13-3 victory over the Choir team. Winning pitcher Was Wayne Adams with 5 walks. 3 strikeouts. His mates made two errors. Cross started things flying with a long home run and from there on the boys had things well in hand. Losing pitcher was Billy O'Brien. He had 2 walks and 3 strikeouts. In the second game this week the Mustangs slammed out a 14-1 victory over the Roughnecks with 9 hits. The Roughnecks touched Wofford the Winning pitcher for 4 hitsc Wofford lasted all the way striking out 9 and walk- ing none. The Roughnecks had an. off day. They connected 5 errors to the opponents none. The hitting of Blake and Maxwell was a big factor in this game. Wednesday saw the game be- tween the Kids and .Codgers called because of rain after 5 innihgs of pl...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 3 May 1952

Saturday May 3 1952 THE H-SU BRAND Pag In Behrens Chapel Christie King to Give Senior Voice Recital t Hit p i: -f -f - t .: - 'hmwlmm MOT wmK&n JPV ttyOI 90HHI9Hsllnjivl tit 1 "it. . BBBK'K - ' ; SBBBBBBBBBBBBl BBV BBBBBbBBBBBBBBBBI BBus BBBBBBBBBBBBB BBr"' - XBBBBBBBBBkBBBBB bbhbw' SbbbbbbbbbbbbbibW V'-'' ' JbbbbbWBbbbbbbbbbI BBbVH JIBBBBBBBBBBBBBBf BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB BBBBBb&BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBk'' - BBBBBBrBBBBBsBBBBBs BBBBBBBBnBBBBBBBBBBK' - ' ' ; BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBbV ' BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBVbM'' " rr!ABBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBl BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBbV ' '''-. ':;-'BBMBBBBBBBBBBBBBl CHOIR MEMBERS RECORD for RCA Viclor in the above picture. They sing into microphones set up by Recorded Publications Inc. of Camden. N.J. Both the A Cappella Choir and World Famous Cowboy Band recorded Monday and Tuesday. The choir sang "Beautiful Savior" and "Resting in His Love." Tho band made recordings of "The Whistling Farmor Boy" and "The Cowboy Band March." The band and a male chorus of the choir also ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 3 May 1952

pftt THE H-SU BRAND Saturday May 3 1952 l-N. I' hr p fflMTalii hi 4 " jOm ' COWGIRLS FREDALYN COOK and Nancy Cheaney greet high school seniors after the three have registered for the annual Open Campus Day held on the campus last Saturday. A record number of 1200 were in attendance during the day. Activities in- cluded entertainment in Rose Field House free barbecue dinner and open houses in many of H-SU's departments and dormitories. Record Number of 1 200 Attends Annual Open Campus Day Held Last Saturday Senior Day 1952 was attend- ed by a record number of 1200 guests from 117 Texas and New Mexico towns. The annual open house on the forty acres was directed this year by Prof. W. A. Ribble who explained that cooperation among students and fauclty mmebers of Hardin-Simmons had made it possible for Senior Day to top at- tendance records. Last Saturday was the second time in the year that high school seniors have visited the cam- pus but topped by 400 the record set on Citizenship Day...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 3 May 1952

Saturday Mar 3 1952 THE H-8U BRAND ff7 h a Five Of Staff Faculty To Attend Annual West Texas Historical Meeting Saturday Five H-SU stnff nnrl fnnnltir members will attend an annual meeting of the West Texas Histor- ical Association to be held in Coleman Saturday. They are President Rupert N. Richardson Mrs. Mary Rodgers Dr. Ella Levett Dr. James K. Greer and Mrs. Joe Grba secretary-treasurer of the association. ACC and McMurry College also will send representatives to the meeting. Papers will be read during the morning sessoin of the one day conclave. Dick Reavis of Cole- man will read "The Western Trail Through Coleman County." "The Towehash Indians in French Spanish and English Colonial De- signs" will be presented by Ralph A. Smith of Abilene. J. C. Koen of Afton will read "A Palo Pinto County Pioneer." H-SU Campus Politicos Begin Campaigns (Continued from Pago 1) students and administration. He continued that though strides have been made this year to- ward improving student-fac...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 3 May 1952

pff t THE H-U 1RAHD. Saturday May 3 1S52 -Vs. THREE STUDENTS WIN ART HONORS Three Hardin-Simmons Univer- sity art students claimed top honors on work judged at the 6th District Convention of the Texas Federation of Women's Clubs held in Cisco announces A. M. Carpenter chairman of the art department. Beth Brasfield Lynn Logan and JDee Childers were recogniz- ed. Miss Brasfield a junior stu- dent won first on her still life water color. Miss Logan who attended Har-din-Simmons last year took sec- ond place with her abstract inter- pretation of Miss Brasfield's real- istic subject. Dee Childers a 1951 graduate placed third with his painting of the west entrance of the Science Hall. Work of the students was judged along with the other paintings in the college and uni- versity division. All winners will compete in state contests to be held in November at Austin. BOAHD NAMES HEAD (Continued from Page 1) junior class in this case Pratt and the president of the press club Miss Crawford. Othe...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 10 May 1952

Edition 7hz &Juttul Vol. XXXVI H-SU. ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY. MAY 10. 1952 NO. 30 Senior y Record Five Races End In First Ballot A record number of 841 voters went to tlje polls in Behrens Chapel "Wednesday to make the 1952 student elections one of the biggest in the school's 61 year history. The 841 voters comprised 64.7 per cent of the school's 1300 students. The .biggest run away in the election was in the presiden- tial race as favored Lloyd "Wright amassed 691 votes to his op- ponent's 125. Tlie unsuccessful candidate was "Weldon Boggus. Only four of the eight Student Council places ended in a clear cut decision one in the cheerleaders' race and the intra- mural council campaign ended up with no opponents and no write-ins. LLOYD WRIGHT . . . Council prexy STRING TRIO TO GIVE CONCERT IN CALDWELL The H-SU String Trio will be presented in concert Monday at 8 p. m. in Caldwell Hall audi- torium Herbert M. Preston has announced. Members of the trio include Joyce Roberts violinist...

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