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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 10 May 1952

Pata 3 THEH-1U BRAND Saturday May 10 1852 EDITORIALS..'.. ! i'U afy lced Qet Political Cola Al(utf WUU PUmatof Clecttonl It has been a "colorful week politically speaking on the forty acres. The week of the primary and the the run-off elections for the Student Council was opened by a political rally on the lawn of Hunter Hall. Though it looked for a while like there would be more can- Waid ix WinneM Some win and some lose. That's the way of elections. . Winning tlie election however isn't the entire job. It's only the beginning. To those who have won-positions on the student council we extend congratulations. iWe hope that student government on the H-SU campus will accom- plish manj- things in 1952-53. But we also want to remind the winners that while you are going to represent students on the Hardin-Simmons campus you are also going to represent a great institution. Don't fool yourself. Whatever you promote and spon- sor this year will have a lot to" do in shaping the Hardin- Simmo...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 10 May 1952

Saturday. May 10. 1852 THE H-IU BRAND ) Golfers Win 15 Straight; Enter Border Tournament SPICandSPANN By EDDY SPANN 1 THE FORTY ACRES IS GOING to be minus quite a few athletes this week end. We find that Tuesday afternoon the H-SU tennis team left for Arizona Wednesday morning the track team began their journey to Arizona. They are all going to participate in the Border Conference meets and matches in Arizona. We hope the Cow- boys show the Arizonans some good playing and some good running. THE PURPLE AND GOLD GOLFERS ran their win streak to 14 by overpowering the Texas Western Miners 6-0 last Monday. The linksmen go to the Border Conference tournament this week end where they will be defending champions. The Pokes Tuesday won over New Mexico A&M and then traveled on to Tucson to engage the Arizona Wildcats in a dual match Wednesday. Coach Bill Led- better certainly has developed some fine talent which will probably bring back another Border Conference championship to the Forty ...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 10 May 1952

THE H-SU BRAND Saturday May 10. 1952 Hr lHBF rlb&E i-JMtt .yjKMWBlrgMtfB BREATHING WITH THE CRAWL STROKE is demonstrated by Mrs. Gono Offiold. H-SU physi- cal education instructor for one of her classes. Watching Mrs. Of field are left to right front row Moselle Hutton Johnnie Roberts Willa Johnson Juanico Koen Mary Ann Davidson and Ann Falls; back row Betty Toles Margie Campbell Champion Carol Armstrong Sammie Reed May Jones and A .Rosamond. They are shown in the VFW swimming pool. ; Baseballers End Season With Sheppard Air Win The Hardin-Simmons Univer- sity Cowboy baseball team ended the season with 3 wins and 7 losses. The Cowboys played only 10 games out of a 22-game schedule. Some of the games were cancelled and others were rained out. The Cowboys were to have traveled to Tucson Arizona on May 12-13 for the Border Confer- ence baseball play-off with the University or Arizona but the games were cancelled. Beat SAFB The Cowboys finished the sea- son in good fashion last Wedn...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 10 May 1952

Saturday May 10 1952 ' ' ' i ' ' 1 TJ"''''??-'!" " 'WW!"' " . i. . -- -- . i .- "i -i i i n iiiiiiin-ii n i run i i iiij i ii nr i i. . i ii..i . .. . i i i i ....... . i l i i i - - i i i - IT'- i i ' ' i ' ' - .. . j fe ' AW' .to.. rLlL-ir -XT';s. " ' p ' O ". ' LJ.J."n. ;s.' " - '-.v CONSTRUCTION ON THE $250000 WOMEN'S dormitory pictured above was to have begun Thursday. The structure to replace Smith Hall is to face south and will be located on Cedar Street at the east end of Caldwell Hall. The building will house 125 students and will contain 65 bed rooms a central parlor and a recreational room. Smith Hall co-op dorm was evacuated when prolonged drought lead university engineers to feel that heavy rains might cause damage to the foundation and make tho structure unsafe. Because of the contour of the campus the new building will have three floors in one wing with two floors in the other. New Girls Dormitory to Be Erected Structure Will Replace Evacuated Smith Hall Women student...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 10 May 1952

v- f Vi . nm THE! HSUvBRAMD Saturday May .10. .IflS s Campus Spotlight On Spring Outings Spring picnics and socials have taken the spotlight on the H-SU campus during the final weeks of the semester as organizations and dormitories hold and plan gather- ings. Scheduled for Saturday at 2:30 p. m. is the annual picnic held by members of Players Club. Ac- tors and actresses will journey to Abilene State Park where swim- ming and other activities will take place. Dorothy Fouts and Jackie Cantrell are social chair- men in chargeof the outing. Friday May 16 will find two campus groups picnicking. The Student Council will hold its an- nual spring affair at 2:30 p. m. at Abilene State Park. Members of the Minister- ial Council also will picnic at Cobb Park. Wives and dates of ministerial students are invited to attend. Base- ball horseshoes volley ball and other activities are being planned by David Whilaker social chairman. Four campus organizations have scheduled outings for Sat- urday Ma...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 10 May 1952

rM I J tujrdyMT 10 1M2 THE H-fctT BRAND yV eat t Wmmm 1 GauMud Ptetident &ti!e4 PlatU 4?04 e&fc Revising of the Cowgirl con- stitution more uniformity in Cowgirl uniforms and the twir- ling of ropes at athletic contests are plans being made by Frankie .Pratt newly elected president of the. service (organization for next year. Plans also are being made to begin activities early in the fall in order to have more organization before the first home football game. Effort will be made by Mrs. Pratt and her officers to have all uniforms the same color and length. Girls will learn it is hoped to twirl ropes instead of carrying them in order to add more to stunts between halves at football games. Officers were named at the group's annual banquet held last Saturday night at Hotel Windsor. Other Officers Other officers named were vice president Betty Gay Smith; secretary Margie Lou Campsey; treasurer Charlotte Lamb; drum major Joan Handel; and repor- ter Mary Jane Smith. Mrs. Pratt was...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 10 May 1952

THE H-iU BfcJUtD 11 . Safari May 10. 1W2 Pm i I i L aac t i v iM 7Ae? - fss jjar Quoiifon of lh wMk: Should a graduating senior be exempt from taking final examinations? Tfd Wilton freshman business administration major from Berkeley Calif. states-"! don't think that a senior should take final examinations. He should in place of the finals have some kind of test that would' cover his major field. This would be a better way of testing how much a senior has learned than by giving general tests in all fields of work." VBP&fStft jv '.c Ljn iiBBHK AVsy .' r.i.t. n TtU. cnninr ndtication maior from Denver City says that this question actually re- fers to the future as final examination seems to be the only way of testing until some better method of evaluation can be worked out. The movement for such a better evaluation system will have to arise in the public schools and will grow into the institutions of higher learning. '-. ...y-w-y-MK.. mm?: mm James Paul Shanks sophomore government...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 17 May 1952

"i "I i 1 r '- y A. H VoL XXXVI H-SU. ABILENE. TEXAS SATURDAY MAY 17 1952 NO. 31 y-ii The i iSIIW' VINCENT BECKER . . . heads Alpha Chi Alpha Chi Names Becker President Vincent Becker junior from Odessa was introduced Wednes- day as president elect of Alpha Chi Julius Olsen chapter for the coming year. Becker was presented as the new head of the organization at the annual presentation of shingles to first year members of the national honorary scholas- tic society. Preceding the presentation of the membership shingles by President Barbara Davis and sponsor Dr. Otto O. Watte "Janice King and Betty Baker presented " two piano numbers. Other officers of the Alpha Chi society this year have been Mina Matthews vice president; and Mary Walker secretary. Members of the organization who will be listed in the catalo- gue of the university for this year are two year members: Walter Bynum Elaine Carlisle Fredalyn Cook Miss Matthews Marjorie Moore Charles Osburn Lililan Richards Jo Stephens Nora...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 17 May 1952

THE H-SU BRAND Saturday May 17 1952 EDITORIALS.... Little Man On Campus by Biblcr ' Pat 2 if W independent fjauknali&m The II-SU Brand is separate and independent of the Student Council! ' Just a simple statement but enough perhaps to inform a few students who like to think differently or who just plain don't know. It also is to inform a few who un- knowingly were misinformed during campus elections last week. In the first place the Brand prints in its news columns what it deems readable desirable copy. Editorials reflect the opinion of the editor not members of the staff or the Stu- dent Council as some may think. Freedom of the press is an essential to any democracy. We of the Brand feel we have been given that freedom this year. What we have printed has been the result of our ownjudgment and not that of influence from any campus organization especially the Student Council. As far as we are concerned that will be our policy as long as there is freedom of the press. We have tri...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 17 May 1952

Saturday May 17 1952 THE H-SU BRAND F 9 rtC ' "vrymum rnswwsw mm H&l jK wWmmF r - mm SmAHSt.- . -.WX -w--. t? ' AJX'y.'bSAttS'S.sSfSjV rsTTrV VWS . W4Wrry iv t S r -. XtoimJf -:' ' SPICandSPANN" By EDDY SPANN OUR COWBOY GOLF TEAM came through winner again as they won the Border Conference championship for the second con- secutive time. The Ledbettermen came out victorious over the other Border Conference contenders with flying colors to capture the flag again. That adds another trophy to the H-SU championship case and we are really proud of these fine athletes. The Cowpoke tennis team did all right this week as they came in second in the Border Conference championship tennis tourna- ment. They lost a close match to Texas Western in the finals of the Border Conference meet played in Arizona. The Polkmen have play- ed some mighty good tennis and proved that they were top notch material as they won over the Texas Wesleyan Tuesday by a score of 6-0. Surely are proud of these netters...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 17 May 1952

THE H-SU BRAND Saturday. May 17 1952 1 Border Conference Elects Dean Collins President Pg 4 i Robert A. Collins dean of Har-din-Simmons was elected Presi- dent of the Border Conference at the conference meeting in Tempo May 10. In other action Arizona State College at Tempe was placed on probation for one year by the Border Conference at an execu- tive meeting. The executive also voted to prohibit high school students from sitting with or taking trips with college teams; change the wording of the rule governing spring football practice to permit 20 sessions in a 35-day calendar period; close the conference to further membership for the pres- ent without discussing admission of Midwestern University of Wichita Falls. Proposal Defeated The conference also defeated a proposal prohibiting high school youths from taking part in football practice drills; approv- ed a coaches recommendation that the home bowl team receive the same financial guarantee as visiting teams with the one ex- cept...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 17 May 1952

Saturday May 17 1952 THE H-SU BRAND Page S DeLoach Barnes Barnette Will Get Honorary Degrees Three leaders in Southern Bap- tist Convention work will receive honorary degrees at Hardin-Sim-mons sixtieth annual commence- ment exercises June 2 Rupert N. Richardson president of H-SU has announced. They are William Arthur De- Loach pastor of Odessa First Baptist Church who will be awarded a doctor of divinity de- gree; Wililam Wright Barnes professor of church history at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary who will receive a doc- torate of letters; and Jasper N. Barnette director of Southern Baptist Sunday School work who will receive a doctorate of hu- manities. Also To Speak Barnette also is to deliver the commencement address for 252 candidates for bachelor of arts bachelor of science bachelor of business administration and mas- ter of arts degrees. ORCHESTRA TO GIVE FIELD HOUSE CONCERT Abilene's Symphony Orchestra will present a concert Monday at 8:15 p. m. in Rose Field House...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 17 May 1952

T - - - W t THE H-U BRAND Saturday. May 17.1152 3X Month tyai WeMuufl AfecM Ad. 25 Ga-edi Pn&nate tf-o-n Geleno-niel Ax;w'tfyj'x!F-ir'V"w;j .$V?. ?..' .s... v& ffi'HWHBMHK') r -' WvyjrMS-ViraX&SlfcK !3eeeeeeeeeeeeK.: ? tti&'VTKi (1 K. ' j A. -.$?? f 'Zi. . '3aeBeBH The old saying "June is a month for weddings" appears to be quite true around the forty acres this spring as 25 H-SU co- eds prepare to make that long awaited trek down the middle isle. Although many of the wed- ding dates are rather indefinite the majortiy of the girls hope to have as near a June wedding as they can. June 20 is the date chosen by Fredalyn Cook for her wedding to Bill Everett. Bill and Fredalyn are both seniors from Putnam. The pair who say they've just always known each other plan to Hive in Abilene this summer while Bill finishes college. "White chantEUy lace and David at my side that's what I want in my wedding" is the latest statement made by Joann Douglas. The date for her wedding to ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 17 May 1952

Saturday May 17 1SS2 THE H-f U BRAND pMf y M y Marion demons First Prize Winner In Campbell Literary Award Contest Marion .Connell demons jun- ior student from Abilene won the first prize in the Campbeli Award contest it was announced this week. . In the annual contest open to all types of literature Mrs. de- mons' short story . "My Beloved Son" concerning a mother who has but a limited time to live was chosen as the best contribu- tion submitted tothe judges for the award. Second prize in the contest went to Cleo Volentine recently elect- ed to serve as president of Sigma Tau Delta for next year. He won with his short story "The Meas- ure of a. Man's Love". He will also receive the Sigma Tau Delta medal for his story. Two poems gained the third prize for Martha Lue McDonald. Winners. of the Campbell awardj Joan Randel New Pi Gamma Prexy Joan Randel junior business major from Wichita Falls was elected Thursday to serve as president of Pi Gamma Mu na- tional honorary social science f...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 17 May 1952

Pat THE H-tU BRAND Saturday May 17 1952 Sa lltey Say ... BY CLARA 'BETHE COATS Brand Staff Writer QUESTION OF THE WEEK: Since there have been numerous complaints from drivers of cars that stop for students standing on the corner what do you suggest doing to eliminate these complaints? Don Ham sophomore business administration major from Lawn says: "It would be a good idea to at least wait until a car stops before getting in. Use the door and not the windows for entrance. Overcrowding a car is not good for the health of one it loads down the back end too much." Jimmy Middlelon sophomore music major from Abilene says: "Students should realize that motor- ists are doing them a favor not the other way around. I think a chapel program emphasizing courtesy to drivers and courtesy to each other who stand on the corner would encourage a better sys- tem of catching rides to town." Barbara Pierce freshman nurse student from Loraine says: "Why doesn't the Student Council put up a sign on the c...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 24 May 1952

SacUuI t VoL XXXVI H-SU ABILENE TEXAS. SATURDAY MAY 24 1952 NO. 32 .' Sophomores Win First In Contest The sophomore edition of the Brand edited by Ronald Costin was rated top among class edi- tions Ed Wishcamper of the Re-porter-News editorial staff and judge of the issues reports. Runner-up to' the sophomore edited publication was the fresh- man issue edited by Betty Barker. Seniors were rated third with Roger Paulding editor. Bettie Todd served as editor of the fourth place junior edition. "The sophomores handled the entire news report good had good art except for a poor repro- duction of sports page golf and J had outstanding art on intramural softball and girls in Marston Gym" Wishcamper said in his report. "The juniors had perhaps the best front page makeup" he re- a vealed. "Freshman editorials and the Branding Iron column were by far the best and the be- ginners had a good front page editorial features an excellent rodeo art page and a good So They Say feature." He revealed t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 24 May 1952

Pse 2 THE H-SU BRAND Saturday May 24 1952 EDITORIALS.... Sometimes one is led to believo that we have an atom bomb on the forty acres. The dark cloak of secrecy veils so many things and many of the events on the campus. We agree that at times secrecy is a good thing to have and keep. Some things just aren't everybody's business but affairs concerning the whole student body should be the business of the student body. Point of this tirade is the secrecy that has for time immemorial wrapped the winners of awards at graduation. This year IS? awards of varying value and requirements are being offered. But the winners of those awards will not be known by the student body until the actual date of com- mencement. It seems that if the award winners were announced at least several days before graduation there would be time for congratulations from friends and fellow students before the commencement services. True it would take the surprise from the commence- ment program but the attendance to...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 24 May 1952

Saturday May 24 1952 THE H-SU BRAND VICtORS IN THE FIRST GAME iniramural Softball play-off were the Ferguson Hall Kids pic- tured above. In the first of three games played Wedesday afternoon the Kids defeated the Mus- tangs 10-9. Other games were played Thursday and Friday on the Ferguson diamond. Pictured left to right bottom row: Troyce Rains David Dean James Dawson Otto Beilcss Dale Beard; second row. Buddy Quisonberry John Caylor manager Charlie Cullin Bob Hanna and Bill Slater. Ferguson Tops Mustangs 9-10 In Championship Try S P I C and S P A N N By EDDY SPANN TO START OFF THIS. WEEK Coach Bill Ledbetter said he wanted only winning golf teams around here for some time. It looks like the coach and the players both have the "win" fever as the H-SU golfers wrapped up another victory last week. Coach Ledbetter had three boys from Lampassas trying out for the team last Saturday. They looked pretty good. Incidently the Lampasses team took the state high school golf champion- ship thi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 24 May 1952

fa4 THE H-SU BRAND Saturday May 24 1952 Sa "7te Say ... Question Of The WeekPWould you rather the honor students and award Winners who are presented only at commencement be announced before graduation exercises? Fredalyn Cook senior elementary education major from Putnam says: "Yes because it is often impossible for students to stay for gradua- tion and they don't all have a chance to see an Abilene paper when they get home. It is certainly something everyone is interested in." Shirley McDonald junior elementary education major ffom Taft Texas says: "I would like to know who the honor students and award winners are before graduation because I won't have a chance to find out before the next semester or unless I accidentally run across a story in some paper at a later date. Most students I feel would like to know before they have to go home." James Cox sophomore physical education major from Cleburne' says: "I feel about like the others who expressed their opinions here. Students who ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 31 May 1952

wK SSumt Jhz VoL XXXVI H-SU ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY. MAY 31 1952 NO. 33 248 Graduates BILL COOK PRESIDENT of the senior class presents the class President Rupert N. Richardson who accepted the gift on behalf of senior gift six platform chairs for the chapel stage did not arrive in pulpit. Cook gave the pulpit lo the university during the last chapel Awards Medals To At Commencement The program for commencement exercises Monday morning will include the presentation of awards and medals to students with out- standing scholastic performance records. The newest of the awards is the Press Club award which will be presented for the first time this year. A medal will be given to the outstanding journalist of the department. The Players Club will make three awards the first of which will be to the freshman who has been the most valuable to the club during the past year. They will also present awards to the best actor and actress who have participated in a major produc- tion this year. Awards...

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