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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 31 May 1952

Pag 2 THE H-SU BRAND Saturday May 31 1952 Little Man On Campus by Hihlci EDITORIALS.... r In the jrood tradition of college newspapers the last issue of the paper and especially the graduation edition of a paper must contain a wet-eyed editorial to departing seniors. Those of us who will be here next year will miss the sen- iors because they have been our leaders and our trail blazers this year but life will go on on the forty acres and new leaders will develop. The seniors won't be left out of this process of growth however. They have served their time in college and must now try something bigger to test the leadership and service they found in higher education. Yes it s always hard to begin again as we will do in the fall without those seniors who have made such a con- tribution to H-SU and to us the lower classmen. We'll miss them like crazy for a while and then the pain will ease a little and we will start getting things under control. Till then good bye and good luck to both gr...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 31 May 1952

Saturday May 31 1952 THE H-SU BRAND Pftff 9 :fe' C' . "... j i ? . rr..jjt.- ff- .- -...J Mm ft tJi wyv w&m m &W e ft ?-1?lv fj a SWSE tf ' 'i J mi fjWW &z vwm ST. 'M"i m zp- 8 i E f-- j'j I WE NATION NUfARER 3 .. ' -jimk.-'. ' wrx k. unusv .v.'-jun&t.r::" . ' .T' x v a-v . .(-k 'axjr.-i jv i h i i i ' T" Jff"7.T. M .-J.. 'S .. Z. VA'A.Off' '&H&OT-?1UMIHimiVK& ;.v- .wa ' ? C ;r " VWWwVHwnw)WftWllr V". v JIMMY RIDDLE played second base with the Cowboy baseball team during the 1952-53 season. The team ended a ten game season with a three win seven loss record. The 22-game schedule originally set by the Cowboys was cut to ten through cancellations and bad weather. The team did not compete in Border Conference playoffs. Coach for the baseball nine is Coach Joe Grba who is also trainer of the Cowboy footballers. ONE OF THE GRADUATING seniors on the Cowboy golf team is George Smith who has been an important player in the team's two Border Conference champion- s...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 31 May 1952

THE H-XU BMAKD fardT May 31 1S52 Mustangs Win Intramural Title By Beating Kids 9-4 Winning the final two games the Mustangs continued their domination of intramural softball topping the Ferguson Hall Kids 6-2 and 9-4 to "win the champion- ship. The Kids had edged the Mus- tangs in the initial game of the three game series. Behind the seven hit pitching of Jerry Briscoe in both con- tests the Mustangs found the range on pitcher Bob Hanna for the Kids in each tilt collecting seven bingles in the second and 10 in the final. Briscoe Wins Two Briscoe won both; while Hanna took the two losses. In the finale the Horses jump- ed off to a two run first inning lead on hits by Bob Blake Bris- coe and High Gamble coupled with walks to Don Maxwell and manager John Phillips. The Kids knotted the count in the third when Bill Slater drove TWELVE FOOTBALLERS TO GRADUATE MONDAY Twelve football lettermen three members of the Cowboy basketball team two golfers and one trackster are among can- didates f...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 31 May 1952

Saturday May 31 1952 THE HU BRAND S ..vl-laai- r Graduates to Get Bachelor Master Degrees On Monday TWO PRE-MED STUDENTS who will enroll in Ihe University of Texas Medical School in Galveston after graduation are Carlton Hodges and Jack Ramsey. Ramsey is a transfer from Texas Tech and Hodges came to H-SU from SMU. Both are sons of Abilene doc- tors. They are also chemistry students and are shown in one of the advanced chemistry labs at H-SU. Nine 'Guests' Will Be On The Faculty For Summer School Workshops Classes Nine "guest" instructors will be teaching in Hardin-Simmons University in the summer term. Among these are four principals one superintendent and an educa- tional field representative. All will be teaching in the field of education. They are Leldon Clifton Myron Cunningham Mrs. Bernice Durham Jim O. Ballew L. A. Berry Dow Patterson Del- la Landers Edna Marie Jones and Paul Steph. Clifton who received his MA and AB from Hardin-Simmons is superintendent of school at Cunningha...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 31 May 1952

1 -Piwt THE H-IU BRAND ShinUT May 31 1152 toiaelUta Studying WoMUnij Will QUI Summer oi. Jf-StfeU "With Graduation in the immediate future students and faculty members are planning for summer in a big way. Leaving after graduation for summer jobs on newspapers are Bettie loaa ana uioya vYrigni. rne two nave Deen umneu us ruprusumuuvus vj. tnu xuaus xicss jcxbhuuiu- tion Internship program. Wright will work on the Wichita Daily Times in Wichita Falls and Miss Todd will be on the Waco News-Tribune in Waco. Packing for a four month tour of Europe is Ann Hall who will leave in August with her family for this graduation trip. She vows she w ill need this much of a head start tp get every- thing ready by that time. Miss Hall her mother and sister will leave from New York for the first stop of their trip in England. They also expect to visit France and Italy while on the con- tinent. Three of the eight faculty members taking graduate work this summer are Bruce Brooks John Cay lor and Eugen...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 31 May 1952

THE tt-ftU BRAND tmt . w arurday. May 31 1152 Regular Art Faculty To Offer Summer Work The regular art department faculty of Hardin-Simmons A. M. Carpenter Suella. Lacy and Mrs. Maurice Martin will offer art courses this summer. The courses of instruction will be held in Abilene Hall Rooms 102-104-106-108. Courses which wil be offered are:' 143 Art fundamentals. " 233-433 Painting in various media. 27ST-283 Public school art for elementary education majors. No prerequisites. 303-403 Methods of teaching art. 373S Art workshop. No prere- quisite. 313S-423S Arts and crafts. No prerequiiste. 303S-463B Pottery and cera- mics. No prerequisites. 353A Metal and jewelry. No prerequiiste. Graduates may take 433G pre- historic and primititve art. A course in writing 203 pen- manship will also be offered. EIGHT OF FACULTY T0STUDYT0WARD GRADUATE DEGREE Jack Dean Eugene Schooley Mrs. Mary Lee Simons R. N. Burrows John Caylor Bruce Brooks O. A. Hill and Mrs. Mary Rodgers are faculty members who wi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 31 May 1952

THE H-IU BftAMP Saturday May 31 11S1 f Fun Opportunity Progress Highlight Year of Activity An Open Jlmtitl Qfiom Pedldent SttphtHt 'The school year of 1951-52 is tied up and put away on the shelf this week along with the old note books old souvenirs and a few unsold textbooks. What was in this year that we are putting away for posterity this week? September found university of- ficial expecting a smaller enroll- ment than normal because of the increase in draff quotas. Coach Warren B. Woodson had three new coaches helping him with the Cowboy football team Bill Scott Murray Evans and Larry Cun- ningham There were two new faculty members Orlo K. Hudson of the physics department and Robert Burrows of the English department k . Horace Heidt brought his Youth Opportunity show to the cam- pus in early October. There was a aniritunl orientation week with Dr. Kyle Yates as main speaker. Graham's "Mr. Texas" Billy Graham's movie "Mr. Texas which was filmed on the fprty acres to a large exten...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 6 June 1952

& stand Jhz . VoL XXXVI H-SU ABILENE TE3W.S FRIDAY. JUNE 6 1952 NO. 34 Capping Ceremony Slated Tonight Twenty-six pre-clinical students of Hendrick's School of Nursing will receive their caps in a cere- mony in Behrens Chapel Friday night at 8 p. m. Dr. Frank Royal pastor of South Side Baptist Church will be guest speaker. Dr. Royal is a former professor of Bible at H-SU. E. M. Collier hospital admin- istrator is in chanrge of the program. Processional and re- cessional will be by Earlynn Collier. Rev. Hollis Yielding of Abilene will give the invocation and benediction will be by Rev. Sidney Cox. Jarrett Williams M. D. mem- ber of the hospital staff will give a vocal solo "My Task" accompanied by Mrs. Williams. Presentation of the class will be by Mrs. Jeanne Watson in- structor. Mrs. Doris McCune di- recetor of School of Nurses will make the presentation of caps. After the students receive their caps they repeat the traditional "Nightingale Pledge." Jeanie Thomson educational d...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 6 June 1952

THE H-SU BRAND Friday Jun 8 1952 EDITORIALS .... ; k ic fc Word of Welcome -- To graduate students and under grads alike to one and all we of the Brand staff and student body welcome you to the forty acres for the first summer session. We hope you will find a place in all summer activities. During work and play it has long been the custom of Hardin-Simmons to include everyone in all its activities. From the time of registration Wednesday until the time arrives for final exams we want your stay to be profitable and enjoyable. So to new students as well as upper classmen to new professors and to the ones that have made H-SU famous we sincerely hope this first summer session of 1952 will be both enjoyable and worth your time and effort. o & ompeun tu xpeiinq. Lowoo p-- Hardin-Simmons athletes will compete with national competition in the National Intercollegiate track and field meet in Abilene this week end. Some of the best athletes from over the nation will be in Abilene for the ...

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

THE H-SU BRAND PM! ' ( Friday Jun 6 1952 J V I? ; S i 1k 'A Giving 'Em Fitz By LARRY FITZGERALD ABILENE IN ITS BID FOR NATIONAL RECOGNITION will be jumping this week end as it plays host to the National Intercol- legiate Track and Field Golf and Tennis meet. Of course the roster is made up of "small" college tracksters. However this fact takes nothing away from the meet which should be top-ranking. Hardin-Simmons CAN enter men in this meet. Let's explain. If it were a football meet the Cowboys couldn't enter because we're 'large" or "major" when it comes to shoulder pads and helmets. The football team wouldn't think of taking part in a 'small" meet. (This is purely theoritical 'since there aren't just things as football "meets.") But Trackmen running under the purple and gold banner can enter the meet. It's nice to have the schindig here in the "Key City." SINCE SPORTS AT H-SU DURING the summer are sparce our weekly column will be composed mainly of national sports. Say who do ya li...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 6 June 1952

THE H-SU BRAND Friday. Jume 6 1952 13 Students Receive Awards (Continued from Page 1) Abilene received the W. C. Friley award offered by Dr. C. E. Friley president of Iowa State College in memory of his father who was the TT-SIT nresidont. The award is made to the student who has majored and minored in the nat- ural sciences and made the high- est grade in sicence. Osborn is a member of Alpha Chi Inter-Club Council Colts Club and Science Club. ' The Judge William H. Atwell medal which is offered each year to the student writing the best essay on the theme "Lights' that Never Fail" was awarded to Milton Gene Wofford Las Cruces N. M. Wofford is a ministerial student and a senior. Maurice Jones senior from Colorado Springs Colo. was presented the Presley award. It was a gold medal which is pre sented each year to tne graduat- ing member of the Cowboy Band who has the best record in scholarship and band over a four-year period by Presley Jewelers of Abilene. Callie Willene Johnson fresh...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 13 June 1952

k 7hc Staud VoL XXXVI H-SU ABILENE TEXAS FRIDAY JUNE 13 1952 NO. 35 Jl A' J DR. HOYT FORD ... To Convention Dr. Ford To Attend Tech Conference Dr. Hoyt Ford head of the H-SU Psychology department will attend Texas Tech's second conference on guidance for high school administrators June 17-18 in Lubbock. He will serve on a resource panel the first conference day and act as chairman of one session on Wednesday June 18. The conference ' will attract psychology professors from H-SU Texas A&M Texas Western University of Minnesota and Tech. The department of Psychology of Texas Tech will host the af- fair. Dr. Lehman Hutchins is head of that department. The conference is especially designed for public school people Ford said. Dr. Gilbert Wrenn University of Minnesota will present gen- eral problems on the high school and college level to the con- ference delegation on Tuesday. The conference will center around panel discussions consist- ing of three representatives. Richardson Attends...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 13 June 1952

T THE H-iU BRAND Friday June 13 1S52 EDITORIALS.... DR. RALPH SMITH JLeVi Clect a (ot v ueenr t (letwuU lob Summ&i 1 ? i. Nomination blanks for the summer queen to be elected in chapel "Wednesday are in the Student Center. It is indeed unfortunate that names of those II-SU co-eds who will graduate in August are not available for publication. Faulty timing prohibits publication of . the names in this issue of the Brand. We realize that it is a difficult situaton to askthat 40 names appear on each nomination blank due to the fact that the campaigns can't have adequate publicity. But as you go by the Snack Bar each morning look the nomination blanks over and submit your name to one of them. Only through the full cooperation of the entire student body can these queen nominations and the election be a sucess. About voting in chapel Wednesday. When the nomina- tion blanks are passed to you take one and vote your con- victions! Too many times in student elections on this cam- pus the g...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 13 June 1952

9 yur iiP;'T'''!r Friday JW 13. 1952 THE H-SU BRAND yj ft V a Giving 'Em Fitz 9(k i ?S By LARRY FITZGERALD A BIG SUCCESSl THAT'S ONE WAY of describing the Na- tional Intercollegiate track golf and tennis meet which was held in Abilene the past week end. ' As one enthusiastic sports fan put it; "There's athletes from just about everyplace." True. From Oregon to Illinois from East Texas to California. And these boys made some find showings. We were fortunate to witness the Friday night track and both days of tennis. It was quite enjoyable from this spectator's point of vew. Hardin-Simmons was well represented in such a large track meet. The most outstanding Cowboy was probably Al Yanez who finished fourth in the broad jump event. Then of course in golf circles H-SU Billy Phillips' second place showing was top notch. He was up against some of the finest golfers in the nation. The tennis team didn't fair too well but Carl Nunn and Wayne Miller the purple and gold representatives in doub...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 13 June 1952

THE H-IU BRAND Friday Jua 13 1152 Summer Sports Feature Swimming Tennis Track By JOHN ROBBINS Brand Co-Sporis Edilor Summer sports at H-SU will be .abbreviated this summer and will be restricted to participating sports such as tennis golf swim- ming and horeback riding. Every Tuesday night has been designated as "playnite" on the campus. Rose Field House will bo open at 7 p. m. every Tuesday night and games such as tennis volleyball and badminton will be played. Everyone is invited to participate. For those who like to swim the pool in Marston Gym will be open everyday from 2:30 until 4 p. m. for women and from 4 until 5:30 p. m. for men. It is free. For the cowboys horses will be available at the- stables and any- one desiring to ride can check at the stables. There is a charge for horseback riding. The tennis rnnrtj: nro oDen and tennis can be played at anytime. There are no intermurai sports uv;wvawu w w held this summer. Hardin-Simmons is holding its annual Boys Activity Camp wh...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 20 June 1952

IP-1 SAand Jkz Vol xxxyi H-SU ABILENE TEXAS FRIDAY JUNE 20 1952 NO. 36 Alfaro Bust Presented H-SU Wednesday's chapel was high- lighted by the dedication of a bust of Eloy Alfaro 1842-1912 who liberated Equador from dic- tprship. The dedication was made by Mayor Kendel Paulk of Wichita Falls. Dr. Oscar Machado grad- uate of SMU and native of Equa- dor South America addressed students on "America in the eyes of the World." He is president of the Parledge Institute in Equador which is sponsored by SMU. Dr. Machado visited Texas three years ago upon the invita- tion of Mayor Paulk and has through his schooling here and his frequent visits become ac- quainted with the people of Tex- as. Dr. Machado says that "Amer- icans have come to conclusions about the world and are prepared to defend their little knowledge of what is happening elsewhere." "We in Latin America think the United States is a powerful na- tion holding a tremendously re- sponsible position in the world today" he said. "Bas...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 20 June 1952

t V I qr i Paga 2 THE H-SU BRAND Friday Jung 20 1952 ' EDITORIALS.... -k -k - tropin9 IKanac fsiaerd The Abilene Range Riders are sponsoring on Open Roping Contest in Carl Myers Rodeo Arena Friday and Saturday with some $500 in cash prizes. The contest will feature matched team roping with Sam Baugh and Fred Dalby competing against Lester Forest and John Parrot. The open roping contest will be divided into two tie down calves one ribbon roping calf and ladies barrel race. Special awards in averages will be presented belt buckles boots hats and shirts. .This is another summer rodeo activity held in the interest of rodeo fans and athletes to provide entertain- ment and competition in the rodeo arena. Everyone is invited to attend these two big nights of rodeo fun at Carl Myers Rodeo Arena on Grape Street. fiiiffiroEMii k i y-v i rt' l M ss s. i v ii i . 5. -IV. y -v v-v y" i' ' TM fl IT I At o- v ly- d . a rt jMf. . l" aLII I A.I I Ceeh Screech and dSc ana--- Watch that car! Slow down...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 20 June 1952

Friday June 20 1952 THE H-SU BRAND Giving 'Em Fitz By LARRY FITZGERALD LET'S START OUT THIS week with a sports laugh from the Assocaited Press: When Marty Marion was appointed manager of the St. Louis Browns recently he received a number of congratula- tory telegrams. They continued to pour in the next day and the day after that. However last Thursday Marty got something of a shock. He opened a wire in Boston which he assumed was another note of felicitations. It was nothing of the kind. It was from American League Presi- dent Will Harridge and it notified Marion that he had been sus- pended for a run-in with an umpire. Bet Marty didn't think it was funny. WE GOT THE SURPRISE of our lives this week when passing the Ferguson Hall practice field. Old Sol was about 10:30 high when he spotted a group of boys playing on the field. We looked rubbed our eyes and then looked. again. It seemed that the boys who were a part of the summer sports activities for youngsters were lined up in a foo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 20 June 1952

PmmA THE H-SU BRAND Friday June 20 1852 15 Guest Profs Teach at H-SU FIVE FUGITIVES OUT OF THE HOLE Razing old Smith Hall brick by brick pictured holding a few of them and digging a hole to put the now dorm in are five H-SU Cowboys. They are loft to right; Joe Wallis senior class prexy Abilene; Bill Forbus Hereford; Melvin MacMillan Ft. Sumner N. M.; Bill Morgan Rotan and Sherry Nail Graham. The boys leave their shirts at home because of the unusual weather. t Smith etfau ndd jblamatic yeall Id &tf-2fd All-Putiio-de jbaitnitaiy Most versatile building vote goes to Smith Hall now being razed to make way for a new women's dormitory. Back in 1909 Smith Hall ori- ginated at "Girls Industrial Home" located east of the cam- pus on about five acres. The name was 'shortened to GIH and "was referred to with those initials in the Brand and on announce- ment sheetts Dean W. T. Walton says. GIH was three stories high and cost $50000 to build. It wasn't until around 1925 that it was named Sm...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 27 June 1952

$i?c ' r v "w j rrn 'VVT .1" 7n& M t ' fc-. . .f Ssuutd VoL XXXVI H-SU. ABILENfe TEXAS FRIDAY JUNE 27 1952 NO.37 yv -wav ' I hh M f ! V O'BRIEN NAMED BSU PRESIDENT Billy Bob O'Brien sophomore from Abilene; was recently elect- ed summer president of Life Ser- vice Band. David Whitaker Jef- ferson City Misosuri senior was voted to be extension vice presi- dent. Other officers include: Jane Houston Abilene junior pro- gram chairman; Elizabeth Scar- brough freshman from Ruston Louiisana social chairman! Pat- ricia Scott Chillicothe freshman secretary and publiciy director; Carroll Allen Beaumont junior cho'irster; and Dellanna West junior from Odessa pianist. The group meets each Tues- day evening 7:30 in the BSU chapel located in GI Hall. ENGLISH USAGE TEST SET MONDAY The English Usage Test for all juniors and seniors who have not taken the test will be given Monday according to Eva Rudd administrator of the exam. Students must register for the exam this time Miss Rudd said. The ex...

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