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

Page 2 THE K-HJ BHAlfP Saturday September 27 1852 .? .v k V V EDITORIALS.... Aa Comment? Jar ' ";A T A ?Hj. te Last week the 1952-53 'Brand made its. official debut in campus circles. "We got a few comments on our efforts but just a few. Now this is a student newspaper. We get reminded of that practically- every hpur on the hour. But -as a student news- paper it is supposed to reflect to a good degree your opin- ions and your ideas. If it doesn't then let us know about it. Being hard headed we may not agree with you any more than you agree with us but we will give you a fair chance in print with your idear-in a letter to the editor. .t . . . The letters must be signed as we stopped playing gucssing games with unsigned letters years ago. Besidesj it wouldn't be fair for you to get in a lick anonymously when we havp to .take the blame for the Brand. in persouv each week. .'..." ' ' '' . '''. Anyway let's keep this a student publication in the true sense of the word. Let us hear from y...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 27 September 1952

) Saturday September 27 1952 TW5H-nxwmp. -u. . '; l L Page 8 To Face Tulsa Hurricanes 9. 'V Cowboys 0 "mtiixz&m I Giving 'Em Fitz By LARRY FITZGERALD TULSA HAS SOMETHING in the way of a football team this year as they do every season. But since the start of the Tulsa H-SU series last year this has become very clear to members of the Cow- boy coaching staff and in particular to players of the Poke team. If you've read the advance story on this same page about the game this Saturday night you know what we're talking about. Boy those figures are really staggering! We're not going to repeat them but they remain the truth nevertheless. We think that the Cowboys will give a good account of themselves in the Tulsa tilt and just MIGHT surprise all the experts when the game is over. H-SU teams have done it before I WE FOUND OURSELVES sandwiched in a radio booth in the press box at H-SU Tempe Game last week. While doing a little spotting for the Arizona Network which is composed of six Ar...

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

' V'f '$ A".' .Tfi -s. ty THE M-Stf mun Saturday Sfttwer 27 1H2 1 'li I I y Second Home Contest To Be Next Saturday It'll be home football for the second time this season for the Hardin-Simmons Cowboys Satur- day October 4 in Parramoro Stad- ium. The third game of the season for the Pokes will find them play- ing host to the Trinity Tigers from San Antonio. The Cowpokes will be seeking their 14th victory over the Tigers. In a series of 18 games the Bap- tists have won 13 lost two and tied three. Night Scrap It will be a night scrap start- ing at 8 p. m. Last year's game between the two teams 20-6. was the Pokes' win Sun Devils Trounce Pokes in Opener 26-7 PASSER DELUXE is Ogden Compton senior quarterback from Dallas. Compton and Jimmy Riddle wil probably alternate at the man under slot against the Tulsa Hurricanes Saturday night in Tulso. Compton passed to D. C. Andrews for the Cowboys only touchdown in the H-SU Tcmpe game last week. Fitzgerald's Favorites "We only wish that we coul...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 27 September 1952

V tifttariftft Sftftanfecr 27 lgf 2 THE HSU BRAND aoc an Gen. Doan To Visit Campus Informally Brig. Gen. L. L. Doan assistant division commander of First Armored Division at Fort Hood will be on the H-SU campus Wednesday to confer with uni- versity officials and the ROTC staff. Coming to the campus to de- termine problems of the new unit in which the Army can assist the university the visit will not be an official inspection Col. Howard P. Rice PMS&T said Wednesday. Brig. Gen. Doan will address the students in chapel Wednesday while on his informal visit here He will come to the campus as a representative of Lt. Gen. Wil liam M. Hoge commander general of the Fourth Army at Fort Sam Houston San Antonio Texas. Lt. D. E. McLeod aide to Brig. Gen. Doan will also be on the campus Wednesday. 289 in ROTC The 289 students who had signed for ROTC Training by Wednesday will report to the Armory in uniform for the first time Tuesday Col. Rice said. The regular two-hour period on Tuesdays w...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 27 September 1952

naM.fKJB!UHD Saturday September 27 1$52 ?' mamammaammmmmmtmmmmmimmmmimmmmmmmmmmWBmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm'i''mmm'mmmm SSSSSSSSSSflnrK HIIIIllHnlli bwKx9Iv pflpSSSMpSSVi - iBssHSHHB -flHlfiiiiijulrcSfiB lppppppfl RODEO RAMBLERS RETURN A trio of H-SU rodeo performers who left their levis in December 1950 in favor of olive drab uniforms to enlist in the Marines have returned to the forty acres. Buying books on the GI Bill the three registered last week for the fall semester and will rejoin the rodeo team. To- gether through basic training the trio was separated for the remainder of their service career. Pictured left to right James Micklcr Paint Creek; Bookstore Clerk Mary Walker; David Rushing Lueders; and Gene Frazier Merkel. 7d ol Radeaetd turned Marine Retwm to Jf-SQjk Qanty A&iU A trio of Hardin-Simmons rodeo -wranglers have returned to the forty acres this semester after spending more than a year in the Marine Corps. The three rodeoers who traded their military uniforms for Co...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 27 September 1952

SatarcUjr September 27 1952 THE H-IU B1UJIP 1 ii bi ii i i 11'Mi rrrj i ' ' h f tp ti aaa v & Tapscbft to Edit 1 952 Range Guide Ed Tapscott junior councilman from Dallas has been appointed editor of the 1052-53 edition of the Range Guide student directory Lloyd Wright student president announces. Joan Randel senior from Wich- ita Falls will serve as associate editor. Tapscott who is serving his second year on the council plana to have the directory off tho presses as soon as complete regis- tration returns are available. He plans to include complete athletic schedules the school social calendar and several new features. Tapscott follows in the footsteps of his brother Robert Tapscott who edited the 1950-51 edition of the Range Guide. Miss Randel edited the Bronco lost year and is drum major of the Cowgirls this year. TRIO OF RODEOS Continued from rPage 6 . in honor of that accomplishment. He specializes in bareback bronc riding bulldogging bull riding saddle bronc riding and ca...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 27 September 1952

. ' It. ft . Cowboy Barid Elects Slate of Officers New officers for the Cowboy Band "were elected this week in the first formal business meet- ing of that organization. Kent Holder senior from Sebas- tian was elected president last spring and his election was- an- nounced at the annual band ban- quet in April. In addition to play- ing: bassoon and saxophone in the band he is vice-president of Beta Mu Kappa. He ist majoring in music education while at H-SU. Schroeter Veep Alex Schroeter junior business adminstration major from Here- ford was elected vice president of the band. While attending H-SU he is drummer with the band. He graduated from Hereford High School in 1950. He played snare drum in the Hereford High band and was also secretary for that organization. The new secretary fo rthe band is Mac Jones junior student from Godley. At H-SU he is majoring in. music education. He plays saxo- phone and oboe in the band; and is a. member of Beta Mu Kappa and the Abilene symphony and t...

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

r ' V 'i J : alV rvr'fM u v t t' SjuuuI Voir xxxvii H-SU. ABILENE. TEXAS SATURDAY. OCTOBER 4. 1952 No. 3 Lilly Windsor To Give Concert Lyric soprano Lilly Windsor young star of the Rome Royal Opera Co. will open the H-SU artist series Monday at 8 p. m. in Behrens Chapel. The concert will be available to students on the presentation of activity cards or their equival- ent Tickets will be from $1.20 to x $3 tax included. Miss Windsor a native Amer- U VM ' SSk1 ' StWvR . .:jB:'::''i''';9BV9BBBL V $ ' WE. 8 'sx4H & 'Wv ttiP .'i" LILLY WINDSOR . . standing oration . mrmPNAMR CORRAL STAFF The staff for the Corral H-SU student magazine has been com- pleted and work on the fall issue of the publication has begun Betty Barker editor announces. Assoicate editor of the Corral is Cleo Volentine and Barbara Ramsey is managing editor. Business manager for the pub- lication will be Neil Smith. An- geline Jobe and Larry Fitzgerald will serve as feature editors. F.neene Walters and Jo Walters wi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 4 October 1952

THE H-SU BRAND Saturday October 4 1952 EDITORIALS... . Qo. Want ajj 0na Page 2 . 1 AssyJo- ;ii'm ' . a o d q a o o a feiiilr 0 0 0 0 Q0 DO u - t- -"V . I:f w-:- "- '1 Hardin-Simmons is at present lacking one cheerleader and the problem must be met as soon as possible by the student body of what to about the vacancy. According to the constitution of the student body a candidate for cheerleader has to submit his name to the president of the Student Council or the head cheerleader then try out before the student body and then his name can be put to election. That process takes time and there is not much time left this football season. Can there be any way around the constitution?-There is not much encouragement in that direction. For one the pro- position was studied about having the next personv highest in votes in the race for the cheerleader position now vacant come up for election again. But in that place a girl and a boy were two top vote getters besides the fellow who won and the...

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

THE H-5U BRAND Page 3 H-SU Pokes Trinity Tigers To Tangle At Parramore Saturday October 4 1152 YtfetCfMk M TIStavtf LAST SATURDAY NIGHT after listening to the play-by-play report of the H-SU Tulsa game I stepped out for a cup of that "black mud" and upon returning turned that little noise box of mine on almost instinctively. Fumbling with the dial for a few minutes I came across KVOO the 50000 watter in Tulsa and that program known as the "Sleep- walker Serenade" the midnight ordeal. Doc Hull the genial announcer of the program suddenly said: "We have three H-SU students from Abilene Texas in the studio tonight all members of the Cowboy Band. "They came up to the program after watching the Hurricanes kinda beat the Cowboys 56-27." The three Texans turned out to be Bill Forbus Bill Riddle and George Creagh. Forbus always a good extemporaneous speaker proceeded to tell "Doc" all about the game and how' "it was spies" from Tulsa who made the H-SU footballers sick with the now famous fo...

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

lPt 4 . THE H-SU 3RAND Saturday October 4 1152 Midwestern Game Is Next On Cowboy Grid Calendar Fitzgerald's Seventeen right and seven wrong last week to drop our total average down to .788 with 41 right and 11 wrong in two weeks. This week any thing is bound to happen but here goes: H-SU will win their first game of the season over Trinity 21-7. ACC and Midwestern tangle this week end at Stamford. We " like Wildcats 19-13. EASTERN NEW MEXICO and McMurry battle it out with the New Mexico lads winning 14-7. TEXAS and Notre Dame is a close one 21-20. PENNSYLVANIA and Dart- mouth go at it up East but we like the boys from Philly 27-13. TEXAS TECH should take Col- lege of Pacific in a good ball game 21-19. . TEXAS A & M and Kentucky play one this Saturday. The Ag- gies look better to us than the Wildcats by 14-0. MARYLAND should take Clem- son coming from behind natural- ly to win 17-14. RICE the team that's gonna win the Southwest Conference meets LSU. Owls 27-14. .GEORGIA TECH shou...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 4 October 1952

Saturday October 4 1SS2 THE H-SU BRAND Pag 6 ROTC Success Is In Students Hands ik .'3T . -"V j1 1 r"Jtt j t I. Brig. GcnL. L. Doan of Fort Hood told the H-SU student body in. chapel Wednesday that the success of the Army ROTC unit on the campus will rest entirely with the students. Asistant division comander of the First Armored Division at Fdrt Hood Gen. Ddan came to the campus "to get acquainted" with students university offi- cials and ROTC staffers. "I am here on a misison of making friends" Gen. Doan said Wednesday. He is visiting every campus in Texas that has estab- lished a new ROTC this year. Standards and Traditions v "This is the year you will set the standards and traditions of the ROTC" he declared. It will be the most important year of the unit organization here as basic fundamentals will be mapped out he said. The ROTC unit will be an asr set to the school as it grows and develops the general asserted. The training received in this unit including the accepting of re- ...

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

wit THE H-U BRAND. Saturday OcMmt 4 1112 ..... . ... .V . -.. 1 iEBiBBBHilllillllW8WB6Pj8i HOUSTON BOUND. FRIDAY were 11 members of the staff of KHSU and the Radio Club. The 11 left Friday at 4 a. m. for the annual convention of the Southwestern Collegiate Broadcasting System scheduled Friday and Saturday on the campus of the University of Houston. Looking over some literature about the convention prior to departure wore left Claude Hicks Corilene Woodward and Moselle Hutton. Representatives from about 11 other colleges and universities of the Southwest are expected to take part in the convention. Bob Todd radio co-ordinator for H-SU said. Dr. Herbert Preston has been notified that his arrangement of David Guion's "Harmonica Player" for violin and piano has been published by the G. Schrimer Music Co. of New York. Dr. Preston who is professor of violin and theory in the H-SU School of Music made the ar- rangement of the piano number by Guion about three years ago. He says that he bel...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 4 October 1952

Saturday October 4 1852 ' - THE H-IU BRAND ' 1 y 2. dffaAAU tyindU Qew. Mojo $&!&&& Ut Statu Jfawau By JANE KINCAID Brand Staff Writer In Hawaii windows slide to the side instead of up houses have eaves three or four feet long and heating and cooling systems are non-existant. There are some of the prin- ciple differences between the Is- land and the mainland homes noted by Dr. Lindell O. Harris new addition to the H-SU Bible Department. "Most things there are very much as they are here" Dr. Har- ris continued. Educatoinal sys- tem courts automobiles Re- frigerators and other modern conveniences are almost identi- cal. However there a much larger per cent of the popula- tion is Oriental. In fact only 30 per cent of the people are Cauca- sian or Hoales as the Hawai- ians call oil whites. They like football much as mainlanders do (they are Amer- icans just as we are). In fact al- most every high school has its football ieam; football is also the major sport at the Unive...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 4 October 1952

.'..- -1 $ -'' r"'. ' -- f ' MMfc t -i-wv V" V ftt THE H-SU 1 HAMD W"i in: afurdar 0Mmt 4 IMS .- w XN tiltift l KEEP RUNNING INTO MORE AND MORE t(fctt- SISTANCEEVERyDAY." T-62 ROTC Unit Organizes Continued from Page 1 ed out this week squad leaders are vital in the fighting of a war. The responsibiilty of lead- ing a group of men into battle giving correct orders and main- taining military tactics is a por- tion of the task assigned to squad leaders. Sgt. Millen Leads Company B is under the direc- tion of M-Sgt. Jack E. Millen. Arthur Cunningham is the lead- er of the First Platoon. His three Squad heads are Glenn Harlin of Muleshoe First Squad Hubert Windsor Second Squad and Wal- ter Randolph of Abilene Third Squad. - Archie Hunter of Roscoe.is in command of the Second Platoon. Ronnie Ketch of Stillwater. Ok- lahoma leads the First Squad Mryan Crow of Fort Worth Sec- ond Squad and Edwin Roberts of Tuscola Third Squad. The Third Platoon is in charge of Bobby D. Pejrry of Abilene. Hi...

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

t 7kt Sjiantf Vol. XXXVII H-SU ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY OCTOBER 11 1952 No. 4 r Students To Leave For Wichita Falls Orientation Week Will Open Monday Dr. Culbert G. Rutenber mem- ber of the faculty of the Eastern Baptist Theological Seminary in Philadelphia Pa. wil open Spiri- tual Orientation Week at H-SU Monday at 7:30 p. m. with a ser- vice in Behrens Chapel. Dr. Rutenber well-known as a preacher author educator and athlete will speak each day Tuesday through Friday in chapel. Chapel services will be held on Thursday the usual an- nouncement and meeting day and the announcements and meetings wil be held at chapel time Saturday Dean of Students W. T. Walton says. Special services will also be held each night at 7:30 p. m. in the chapel. Theme of Week Truett Sheriff director of reli- gious activities on the campus CAR REGISTRATION STICKERS ARE READY Students owning or driving cars on the forty acres may pick up official car registra- tion stickers at the Dean of Students office in Sa...

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

THE H-SU BRAND Saturday October 11 1152 EDITORIALS.... fltTTLE MAN ON CAMPUS by Dick &b!cr Faf 2 fc it . fc 4m fa Qet Ready There is a strong old story that what has been will be to the end of time. That seems to be the case here at H-SU. In the past the special university-sponsored trip to an out-of-town football game has been decided on less than seven days before tho trip. And it looks like that palicy will be till the end of time or Hardin-Simmons which ever goes first. "We know it's hard for school officials to set a date for a student trip like that. This year there was the argument over going to Denton or Wichita Falls. "Wichita Falls won out but one factor for Denton would have been the time element. There would have been an extra week for planning and building a trip that will be really worth while both in time and money. "We ask for an honest consideration of the problem. An all-university trip should be an all-university event which takes time to build. "We the studen...

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

!' ftatuxtUr October 11 1IS2 I THE H-SU BRAND "" v5 BBHBBlW .TmHnfc pr s ' .. ill...r w Giving 'Em Fitz By LARRY FITZGERALD Pokes Tribe To Clash In Coyote Stadium Tilt j?Qnt SHADES OP MODEL T We did for the first time last week end get to watch Ken Ford of the Breckenridge High School Buckaroos in action. Like his brother John (Model T) Ford who gained national stardium with the H-SU Cowboys Ken Ford can really throw that ball. While the Abilene High School-Breckenridge High tilt was going on last week in Parramore Stadium we were surprised with the accuracy of Ford's passing. And that boy can he run with the ball too something that brother John never did do with much success.' Hn fact Ken reminds us a lot of Sammy Baugh the way he looks runs and throws. You can bet your bottom dollar that all the coaches in the Southwest have got their eye on Mr. Ken Ford. Sad part about it for the coaches at least he's just a junior in high schol this year. He led Breckenridge to the state cham- s...

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

THE H-SU BRAND Saturday Ociobe 11 1952 Cowboys Cage Trinity Tigers For First Win of Season "4 Vkg 4 ! ' iiiiiiiimIIIT If'.l ww . Hardin-Simmons' favored Cow- boys scored a decisive win over Trinity University Saturday night crossing the Tiger stripe in all four periods to defeat the Gulf Coast foe 33-7. The Cowboys' first score came on their second series of downs after a Tiger punt rolled dead on the mid-stripe. Rodney Williams ran the ball to the 37 in two tries and J. C. Collins carried to the 15. With 2nd and 8 Ogden Comp- ton passed to D. C. Andrews for By Jerry Caddell Brand Sports Editor the touchdown. Jim Vaughn suc- cessfully toed the placement. Trinity began the second quar- ter with a drive from their own 48 to corner the Cowboys on the 9-yard line. H-SU took over af- ter a Tiger pass fell incomplete on 4th down. Riddle Punts The Cowboys advanced to the 46th where Jim Riddle punted deep into Tiger territory to set 3-A Boys Defeat Foes; Choir Men Bear Woes BILLY RAY NAIL s...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 11 October 1952

Saturday October 11 1952 THE H-SU BRAND Pare I V Roster of Members Members of H-SU A Cappella Choir both regulars and alter- nates were announced this week by Euell Porter director. First sopranos are Joan Gentry Reba Dones Jane Welch Frances Waddell Marilyn Daugherty and Ann Hohertz. Second sopranos named are Wilma Wise Doris Chandler Ann Courtney Carolyn Pittman Joan Beeson and Martha Ligon. First Altos First alto group ig Nancy Cheaney who is the choir's re- porter Martha Wagnon Alice Ann Yates who is secretary-treasurer Betty Conway Bettye Baker Mary Frances Day Peggy Muston Deloris Williamson Joy Howington and Annie May Hen- ley. Second altos are Maxine Brake Jean and June Hardy who are social chairmen Helen Haynes Nora Beth Fuller Nell Fuller Lucille Chambers Vivian Rogge Mary Nell Bowen Mary Alice Thomas and Peggy Vaughn. First tenor section is Jack Kay Ronnie Bates who is vice presi- dent Roland Whatley Eucled Moore and Warren Nightingale. Second Tenors Second tenors named a...

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