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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 27 June 1952

tHE H-IU BRAND Friday June 27 1952 EDITORIALS.... Paf S $uit PoiiHcin' Witk Poht icianA Let's go a politicin'. You know it's just about time for conventions to bring banner headlines to our daily papers and for candidates to get into the act of electioneer- ing even moreso. If that's possible. Party convention time is just around the corner with democratic and republican conventions slated in July. They both will be held in Chicago this year. That will be a hot place literally speaking for the July period. The spark that starts the political fires burning in Chicago will spread around the globe in what promises to be a "hot" gathering. In the past few decades election year in these United States has not simply been a nation-wide election. It's developed into an election for democracy and freedom that will or will not reign throughout the world. If the rest of the world is looking for guidance toward the United States excluding the Red Rebels of Russia then elections in these boundar...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 27 June 1952

Friday June 27 1952 THE H-SU BRAND Pa i W Giving 'Em Fitz By LARRY FITZGERALD Cowboys Add North Texas Tp Complete 10 Game Slate MAGNETIC E. W. (BILL) Ledbetter has done it again. Another football game has been added to the present slate making the grand total to this point ten clashes for the 1952 gridiron campaign. Seems to me that Harditf-Simmons never has any trouble about a football schedule with most teams. Other schools like to play the Cowboys since the Pokes are always rated as as pretty good foe. We sneaked a 1951 football brochure out of George Hine's of- fice and began to thumb through it. Do you know how many times that H-SU has won the Border Conference outright in football since 1941? Once! That was in 1946-47. In 1941-42 and 42-43 the Cowpunch- ers had to settle for a tie with Arizona U. the first year and Texas Tech the second. Since 1946 then Hardin-Simmons has not had a championship football squad. But why is H-SU always considered a tough team to play? Strictly co...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 27 June 1952

THE H-1U BRAND Friday Jun 27 1152 PmgmA . : K ill : f - ntt HMHHMHBsllXJ . BUST OF ELOY ALFARO was presented to H-SU in chapel last week by Mayor Kendel Paulk of Wichita Falls left and Dr. Oscar Machado center. Dr. Rupert N. Richardson is shown receiving the bust. Alfaro was the liberator of Equador. He was a great South American statesman. Dr. Maahado is a graduate of SMU and is also a Latin American statesman. The bust was presented in the interest of good relations to the United States. SEVEN FROM H-SU ATTEND REVIVAL Seven H-SU students attended the youth revival in Dallas last weekend making the trip in the Life Service Band station wagon. Howard E. Butts lay-evangelist who is in the grocery business was speaker for the series which closed Sunday. Bo and Dick Baker who were on the forty acres last fall were in charge of music. Coleen Townsend former romantic screen star gave her Christian testimony during .the services. Attending from H-SU were: Jeanette Eubanks Lorillo Bazar Ja...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 11 July 1952

Mi xATht- &Aane Vol XXXVI H-SU ABILENE TEXAS. FRIDAY. JULY 11. 1952 NO. 38 wtf - GRAVITT CROWNED UNIVERSITY QUEEN THE QUEEN'S COURT Twenty-seven members attending Queen Joanna in Tuesday's corona- tion are pictured above. Joanna is shown seated with Lloyd Wright standing to her right. Lady mem- bers of the court were pastel evening dresses and their respective ..escorts ..dressed ..formally. . Some 300-400 atetnded the ceremony held in the "open air" in front of Sandefer Memorial. Junell Appointed H-SU Public Relations V-P Frank Junell of Abilene has been appointed vice-president in charge of public relations and in- stitutional development at Har-din-Simmons University W. P. Wright president of the board of trustees has announced. Junell will replace Raymond Foy who resigned the post last fall after several months with the university due to ill health. Foy was former sales manager for the Dallas Morning News. "Nobody knew the university better than Mr. Junell several years ago"...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 11 July 1952

THE H-SU BRAND Friday. July 11. U52 EDITORIALS.... Dr. Fred Fisher .wi wwff dW 1c m& . T7 I. A f-V ": Republican Jr eJuemocratl Politics are a booming. ' ' .v " Chicago has turned Republican this week and the eyes of the world are on the convention. It's Taft or Ikd for the presidential nomination and some wonderful speeches are being delivered in the convention hall. Although the Republicans blast the demos in almost every speech perhaps the Democrats need' it 1 Freedom of speech and the right to voice your opinion is exercised free- ly in the convention city. To witness the proceedings of a national convention makes one feel the real value of a two-party system. Com- petition makes people work harder toward a more success- ful goal thus the public thrives on a two-party set up. The sole aim of the federal government is supposed to be SERVICE to the people not service from the people. We have witnessed a decline in governmental morals and attitude toward the geueral public in t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 11 July 1952

Friday Juty 11 1S52 THE H-SU BRAND mmmwmumm- M 9t 'M'X'YIiit ----------------------------------------------------------------- jjyf Giving 'Em Fitz H ?'? " By LARRY FITZGERALD H . -'l? H ------r.-v?-A? i EXCUSE ME FOR buttin' in but I've got a question that I'd like'to put to ya. Do you agree with the old adage that the teams in first place in American and National leagues on .the 4th of July will go on to win their respective circuits? Well I don't. Seems that's coming plenty straight to the point but here's why. If the Dodgers and Yankees are in the top positions of the 4th" and they were that means that two other teams are going to bring home the bacon. Now it you're a Yankee fan (bless you) you're probably thinking that old Fitz has gone off his rocker. But that ain't it at all. (If my English professor reads this I know it ain't cor- rect but I used it for emphasis.) Casey Stengel and the Bronx Bombers are in first place now but they won't be there for long. Same with the Bums....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 11 July 1952

THE H-1U BRAND Nine Local Hardin-Simmons Exes Seeking Public Office The political wars are in full swing from the national to the local scenes and a number of Hardin-Simmons ex-students are seeking elective office in the forthcoming elections. In the immediate vicinity nine exes are seeking public office. The following is a list of-7 the exes and the office they seek. Omar T. Burleson is a candi- date for re-election from the 17th Congresisonal district. His home- town' is Anson Texas. Burleson attended H-SU in 1924 and 1925 and was a member of the Cow- boy Band while going to school here. After graduation ne was elected County Judge of Jones County. He served as secretary to Congressman Sam Russell until he joined the FBI. He left the FBI to serve in the Navy during World War II. After the War he was elected Congressman from this district his present office. George H. Mahon of Colorado City is candidate for Congress from the Lubbock district. Mahon attended H-SU from 1921 to 1924. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 18 July 1952

&Juuui m& VoL XXXVI H-SU ABILENE TEXAS FRIDAY JULY 18 1952 NO. 39 . 603 ENROLL FOR SECOND SEMESTER v 1 I lllil "1 'fill ::: W:- JUHPP JllKJ REALLY A POPULAR COURSE Students are shown gathered around Dean W. A. Stephenson reg- istering in Tuesday's second term registration. Dean Stephenson was somewhat "surprised" at the sudden interest in government these students seemed to have as the photographer aimed his camera toward his desk. Pictured left to right are: Dan Thompson New York; Norman Ray Abilene; Sheila Thornton Abilene; Margie Alene Weatherford; Dean Stephenson Government prof; Don Estcs Rockwood; Cecil Collins Clyde; Jennette Crouch Abilene; and Vydell Brown Weatherford. Pi Gamma Mu Slates Summer Fete Friday The Hardin-Simmons Chapter of Pi Gamma Mu national so- cial science fraternity will hold a summer banquet at the Wind- sor Hotel on July 22 at 7:30 p. m. according to Dean Stephenson. This event is one of the outstand- ing social events of the summer session. Invi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 18 July 1952

THE H-SU BRAND Friday. July It H51 EDITORIALS... J'd the 2) ctnod Jhne .... r 2 It's the democrats turn! Yes Monday the demos will take over Chicago for their national convention. And they're going to have to get a good man to beat the one the Republicans nominated. No matter who they nominate you can bet they will have a hot convention and lots of speech making. The Republican Convention was loud and strong with singing of songs such as "God Bless America" and "America" and "America the Beautiful1." We would not criticise the Republications too strongly but we think they "put on the dog" in their radio and television broadcasts. The "demonstrations" were loud and long and unbusiness like in some respects. However the demos will probably do the same next week when they take the huge theater in the Chicago stockyards. Whoever the demos select for their presi- dential nominee he'll have a tough race with the general because lots of voters really "like Ike." 3 the fa inainci in uie i.a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 18 July 1952

Friday July 1 1952 THE H-SU BRAND "l4 C w v' v W I k- Giving 'Em Fitz By LARRY FITZGERALD SUMMER TIME IS ALWAYS a hard time for me to sit down to a typewriter and try and peck out a few chosen words on sports. I guess the weather saps my energy too much. And too around the forty acres not too much goes on in the way of athletics. Oh we have a play night every Tuesday night but that's about all. I dropped by Rose Field House last night while the play night was in progress but didn't see too much action. We've got a swimming pool too over there in Marston Gym. Think that the boys can swim from about 3:30 to 5 in the afternoon. Due to technical difficulties I don't know when the girls can go in for a dip.' If you would like to know more about this subject contact Walter Bynum and he'll take care of you. And that just about wrapps up Hardin-Simmons in the way of summer sports. Right? i m t HERE'S A STORY THAT we heard a couple of days ago and you can take it for what it's worth. It happ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 18 July 1952

THE H-SU BRAND Friday. July 18 1952 Choir School Numbers i About 100; Ends Friday Enrollment for the fifth annual choir school being held on the Hardin-Simmons campus this week numbers about 100 students. The clinic is held each year for high school and junior high choir students choir directors choir teachers and choral singers. The school is under the direction of Euell Porter chairman of the H-SU voice department. James A Berry Minister of Music for the First Baptist Church Austin will teach class voice for men choral methods and junior choir. Nena Williams voice teacher in the H-SU music department will teach class voice for women and conducting. Section leaders helping in the clinic are Dorothy Mclntoch Brownwood altos; Christie King Abilene sopranos; John Magee Freeport tenors; Warren Valine Galena Part baritones; Maurice Alford Orange bass; and Jimmy Loden Lamesa in charge of recreation. The school will close with a formal concert in Behrens Chapel at 8:15 p. m. July 19. Port...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 25 July 1952

Th& 2Atme VoL XXXVI H-SU ABILENE TEXAS FRIDAY. JULY 25 1952 NO. 40 644 Register For Second Term A total of 644 students register- ed for the second semester of sum- mer school according to figures released by Alton B. Lee Regis- trar. Of the 644 total 498 were regu- lar students and 146 were veter- ans. Though there was a sharp de- crease this total compares favor- ably with previous "second ses- sions" Lee said. Final day for registration was Wednesday July 23. Out-Door Movies Set In Parramore Out-door movies will be shown this semester in Parramore sta- dium. Tentative show night is Mon- day announced Dean Truett Wal- ton. Time is set for 8 p. m. Prof. Marion McClure has spon- sored two nights of movies for the band school being held on the campus. Monday and Tuesday nights drew a sizeable crowd and Dick Schoonover who is in charge of the movies for the band school. Virgil Bradley Bookstore man- ager said that the films are con- tracted and we have several to choose. The scree...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 25 July 1952

Friday. July 25 1152 IBft THE H-SU BRAND EDITORIALS.... k "k it r Vote for Uictpru .. i I imagine you're tired! -H ' Yes aren't we all just a little tired of hearing politics and national convention uproars. But it will all be over pretty soon and we will have gone through the "turmoil" of another election year. Of course the national conventions are interesting and appealing to us but the same old speeches and the same old "demonstrations" get a little old after about a week. But the main thing thtrt all these speeches and hours of conventions leads to is the thing that every "red blooded" American should do Saturday. Yes Saturday July 26 is a red letter day for you and me. IT'S ELEC- TION DAY! Politicians have been making speeches for weeks now making personal contacts with individuals the press and radio have carried politics almost continuously for weeks and they all have one central aim. YOU! The people is the government and the government is the people. If you fail to vote if ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 25 July 1952

Friday July 25 1151 THE H-SU BRAND Pa S M Giving 'Em Fitz By LARRY FITZGERALD IT'S NOT TOO often that we open a column describing the physical features which surround us but because of the scarcity of sports materials these days we're going to kill a few lines with description. The sun has just about climbed under this half of the earth and to my right I can faintly hear the cries of Bill' Woods with his baton twirling class on the Ferguson Hall intramural field. I'm enclosed by my four wall room in Ferguson Hall with radio on to the right. The evening session of the Democratic convention has just started. So you see I'm going to have trouble concentrating on this piece of material. Like I told you the preceding has nothing whatsoever to do wiji sports. Unless baton twirling can be classified in a sporting matter. CONNECTED WITH RADIO as I am I always get a kick out of running across stories about famous sports broad- casters. Here's what Bill Stern America's most famous sports anno...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 25 July 1952

Fmm4 THE H-SU BRAND Friday Julr 25 1952 t JEST lOKIN' J By LARRY FITZGERALD I.'. i PROMOTING THE DRIVER EDUCATION COURSE on the forty acres are left to right J. Ross Kemp Highway Patrolma helping teach the course Ed Powell Jay Fikes and V. R. Lovereti. Seated is Lar- ry Cunningham and James Beam is signing for the course. The course deals with teaching high school teachers how to teach a course in driving. Latimer Seeks- (Ciontinued from page 3) "I believe the law should be modified to the extent that it would only require head lights tail lights windshield wipers good brakes and a horn. It is un- reasonable to expect all vehicles to meet the qualifications of a new automobile. "I am for promoting safety and if this law would only save one life it would be well worth the trouble that it will cause all of us because today people are too prone to look over the value of a life." 3. Drivers responsibility law. Latimer said he approved the present law "with certain mod- ifications. This ...

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

40k. S stand Jk& G Vol XXXVI H-SU ABILENE. TEXAS. FRIDAY AUGUST 1 1952 NO. 41 ) Summer Graduation Speakers Named Inzer Ball Will Address Students TAKING IT EASY is band school chief clinician Pat Arsers director of the Alamo Heights School Band in San Antonio. Section practice is held daily in Bchrcns Chapel and regular concerts have been scheduled. Hot weather has something to do with bandsters' dress and Mr. Arsers' sitting down to direct. Six to Attend Ft. Worth Coaching Meet From H-SU Six from H-SU will attend the annual High School Coaches School to be held in Fort Worth Aug. 2-8. The school is sponsored by the Texas High School Coaches Asso- ciation the largest high school coaches association in the world. Between 1200 and 1500 Texas high school coaches are expected along with many college coaches. The football division of the school will be directed by Jim Tatum of the University of Mary- land and "Dutch" Meyer of TCU. Basketball will be under the direc- tion of Henry Iba...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 1 August 1952

Ff 2 THE H-SU BRAND Friday August 1 1952 EDITORIALS.... Vt it "k "k rtd Lowbou stvlovietune 'X. f JeL OeC3 Q It's movietime on the forty acres. Yes Monday nights in Parramore Stadium a free movie will be shown. And from all the information we can gather the shows are tops. A grand musical of yesterday will be shown Monday.' It's "Alexander's Rag Time Band." And the following Monday "Broken Arrow" will be featured. We of the student body should really appreciate this added entertainment on the part of the administration. They have done much to add to the enjoyment of student life on this campus. Our thanks also go to the Student Council who have had the upper hand in obtaining this added service. And the movies are not going to die with the ending of the summer session. They will continue- through the fall and spring sessions according to the administration. However the movies will be shown in the Student Center in the long term. This might be more comfortable when the rains come . ....

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

Friday August 1 1952 THE H-SU BRAND IP YOU'LL ALLOW US to indulge in the "minor" sport of base- ball for awhile we've got a few facts that you might be interested in. Superstitions have always given a touch of color to our national pasttime. We recall the curious good-luck charm which Eddie Collins the famous second baseman of the Athletics used when at bat. With two strikes against him Collins would always remove the wad of chewing gum from his mouth and stick it on the bottom of his cap before facing the next pitch. Ed Head the Dodger pitcher never would warm up until the coach slapped the ball into his outstreched hand a number of times. The exact number of times the ball had to be flapped into his palm depended on the number of the consecutive wins he was to try for that day. ONE OF THE STRANGEST EVENTS in the annals of baseball took place at Evansville Indiana in the year 1895. Midway in the game a dark cloud floated over the rightfield fence and moved down on the outfielder fr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 1 August 1952

THE H-SU BRAND Friday Agst 1 1W2 JEST JOKIN' J By LARRY FITZGERALD IMI 4 ..- vt- m mt 1 .! U.n4il nnnf f PnUuml ITnll io 4nlinf nhonii na wnrltmpn hnVP ITS UUIJNU Ur Xne new K1H uurm iumum wbv vuiuHHUBii .a ....( o..-i-w .......... almost completed the basement framework and are going up on the structure. Several H-SU boys are .working on the building which is to be completed by the opening of the fall term which is slightly oyer a month away. Pictured along with other workmen is Bill Morgan (on ground). In extreme right the brickwork is shown. The building will be two floors high on one end and three stories high on the other due to incline of the ground. ROTC Completes Plans For Training Program The Army ROTC unit at H-SU is in the process of completing arrangements necessary to effect the training program for the com- ing school year. Major David R. Burford acting PMS & T said that equipment is arriving daily and it all should arrive before the fall term gets underway. A four...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 8 August 1952

f .-WWKSai!21 ; .-trsjwti; Mv i f! r " ft rf1 ii JaBsiiaR-yt .e .. --Wr affijjjfcVni$t. 7a v j) Ssicuut c VoL1 XXXVI H-SU ABILENE TEXAS FRIDAY AUGUST 8 1952 NO. 42 i mxg&: .& '-;s.v v .K. : j .wv v. x .Ry . J. 4V . S . AW.'S M-SGT. A. L. MOSLEY M-Sgt Mosley Joins ROTC Unit M-Sgt. A. L. Mosley who has served the last four and half years with the Texas Tech ROTC unit is the newest addition to the instructing staff of the Hardin- Simmons unit to begin operation this fall. A veteran of 18 years in the Army Mosley is an efficient in- structor in basic and advanced courses of instruction in the ROTC training program. He served in the European theater of war during World War II. EXES ORGANIZE DALLAS CLUB An H-SU club has been organiz ed in Dallas for ex-students of the university and alumni living in that area. James Frost 1947 graduate is the president. The group met in the Dallas Highland Baptist church for the first meeting. Another ex-student John Seelig (1946) is educational d...

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