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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 11 October 1952

Pt THE H-SU BRAHD Saturday OcioWll. 1152 MISS ELIZABETH GRUBB . . . acting coach Players Will Construct New Set For Production A completely new set 14 feet high is being constructed for Players' Club scheduled play "Ten Little Indians." Players' workshop crews began work last week on the tallest set used in several years said James Martin stage manager and presi- dent of the club and expect to complete it within three weeks. Motif of the set will be high- ceiling room in a luxurious man- sion. The house is built on a high cliff and the room overlooks the sea. In order to achieve the ef- fect of height and gloominess in keeping with the mystery of the play the room will be small. Dimensions of the playing area will be approximately 14 by 28 feet. No Props Yet A decision has not been made concerning the props Martin said but the wall paper will be of nautical or marine design. Materials required to build the set will be approximately 450 running feet of wood and 117 yards of canvas. T...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 11 October 1952

Saturday October 11 1952 THE H-SU BRAND Paft 7 9 I AfcMey Will Retwut Jlame A& Gawlxuf Band bfuun Maj&i A committee of four Student Council members was appointed Monday to meet with faculty and administration representatives to plan for the student trip. Those at the Monday meeting which set the date for the trip to Wichita Falls were Council president Lloyd Wright Robert Walker Ed Tapscott and Joe Simpson. Wright Betty Stevens and Gene Hester were appointed at Corral Deadline Is November 1 0 Deadline for the material for the Corral student magazine at H-SU has been set for Nov. 10 Editor Betty Barker says. All students who enjoy writ- ing are urged to submit short stories features poems or essays to the Corral Miss Barker said. The Corral can also use cartoons and cartoon ideas she added. Featured in the fall issue of the magazine will be an awards page giving the winners of a special Corral award for the best (short story feature and poem. Amateur photographers will also l...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 11 October 1952

WW "Ww'f.'ti f tr Tf v i THE H-IU BRAND Saturday October 11 1152 1 r f & . j f U' ' W m ? TREMAIN ELECTED FRESHMAN PREXY xjnK ivomntn f rpshman 'basket- bailer was elected president of the freshman class Thursday at one of the first meetings of the class Ed Stanley was named vice president and Charlotte Eddings was chosen as secretary. Nomina- tions were taken for treasurer and reporter but lack of time forced the postponement of those elections until the next time the class meets probably next week Tremain said. The sophomore class has re- nnUr fiiipH its slate of officers. Serving with Robert Rowe president of the sophomores are Gene Tone vice president; Mary Nell Bowen secretary; Barbara Ramsey treasurer; social chair- man Jo Rae Bomar and Johnny Taylor; and Nancy Burks repor- ter. EIGHT ATTEND SCBC MEETING Bob Todd radio instructor and seven H-SU students attend- ed the Southwestern Collegiate Broadcasting System's annual meeting last week end in Hous- ton. The meeting is he...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 18 October 1952

thz c Vol. XXXVII H-SU ABILENE TEXAS SATUDAY OCTOBER 18 1952 No. 5 IVIiftf i vxHkS HEADS OF THE NEWEST CLASS at H-SU the freshmen are left Bob Tremain president from Albuquerque N. M. Charlotte Eddings secretary of Phoenix Ariz. and the only Texan in the bunch Ed Stanley vice president from Dallas. The other officers for the class will be elected Saturday in a special class meeting. At the last meeting nominations were taken for the treasurer and the reporter for the class. Wilma Wise Bates Get Leads in Opera Members of cast of H-SU opera i set and will begin work on them "Cavalleria Rusticana" were se- upon completing of their own lected this week by John Mizell play "Ten Little Indians." Euell director and professor of voice. Each part has two castings singer and understudy. Soprano lead Santuzza young villager madly jealous of her lover will be sung by Wilma Wise Abilene sophomore. Un- derstudy for the part is Ann Courtney junior from Hobbs N. M. Ronny Bates tenor from Brownwood ...

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

THE H-IU 1RAKD Saturday October II 1152 EDITORIALS.... LITTLE MAN ON CAMPUS by t?iCK btutar STUDENT" "k fc Q9 a Nat Page 2 tmmmmMM W ij.iMvvV HOkSTtoPEp rr 'gNccl Men now in college who wish to stay there can get their applications this week to take the college deferment test which will be offered again in December this year. The applications obtained from any local draft board will entitle a man to take the college qualification test. The score he makes on that test and or his scholastic rating can have considerable bearing on whether lie is drafted soon or given a deferment to continue college. Chief purpose of the system as it has been set up seems to be to give the man with superior mental abilities the chance to make the best soldier and leader that college training can make of him. Maybe it's good and maybe it's bad. But one thing we notice is that these qualification tests have made book learn- ing increasingly important. In fact deferments for college work have made a great ...

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

Saturday October IS 1952 THE H-SU BRAND Page Cowboy Team to Tangle With NTSC In Denton EL vBkmvLfipL TT'TBMitf1 GIVING By LARRY IN OUR THREE YEAR tenure on the Ilardin-Simmons campus we have seen some good intramural teams in 'football basketball and softball. And too we've seen some good intra- mural years meaning that each year teams which were sched- uled to play an intramural sport "showed up" for the contest. With one or two exceptions each year there weren't many for- feits. But this year intramural program seems to be lagging so much so that the people participating have lost any enthusiasm that they might have had at the start of the year. First of all the intramural football program didn't get started until two weeks ago almost a month after school had started. So far there have been six football games slated and only THREE of these games played. Now where does the fault lie? That of course is the ques- tion which we would like to see answered. Is it that the boys aren't in...

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

THE H-IU BRAND Saturday October 18 1S52 MUHf ii MWIiiifliili iiiiHi IMWffTPi ' 'lv kmBm&$&Wm?z HBHBlBllliijP SBk BiH Cowboy Cagers Start Work To Face 28 Game Schedule Since Wednesday afternoon there have been several pairs of sore legs and Trainer Grba seems to have been pretty busy giving his special rub-downs. Why? Because in Rose Field House during the past few days the patter of little feet has been heard accompanied by the bounc- ing of a ball and the contin- ously tooting of a whistle. Yes it's basketball ttime again around the forty acres and Coach Bill Scott the head basketball coach at H-SU since '51 stated that this year's schedule is one of the roughest in the history of the Cowboys. The freshman will play an eighteen game schedule whiel the varsity will play a twenty-eight game schedule. Good Freshman Squad "We feel that on the average ke have as good a freshman squad as has ever been at Hardin-Sim-mons in the past years. We have only three out of state boys on t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 18 October 1952

2 Saturday October li '1852 THE H-JIU BRAND FM E ' ''' " ' "' " ' i . i i I . ' t m m i ii i bVhhhhm' x.' 'IBMvMvMvevMveHBVavflMHHMc vsHbVmbHm bbbbbbbbbbB y-TflHflsaHi bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbP bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbhh IBftBBBBYtttitfh V'& as ''xj "IBB bbbbbHbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbb ' JT'1aP .bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbh IKv&I IfHIHHHIIIB ' w-. bbbIbbbHbbbbbH B ' ''n' HuPPEilafeBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBC 'w vM B' &lBBBBBBBBBBvBBBBBB! BBBBB?ilBiiBte 'yiVVVVVBflBVVv8Hl9BvVIVVVVflmniiSH HBBBBBBBBBBBBBBfl BBBBK-siHra W9m . 'hhHHS lPiHffii BBBBBMBBBBBBIBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBMBBI BHBSv'-: $vVHHHHiiH1KPPiHIH9H HLbbbIHbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbVbV WWMMWWW$83S8WitaWKfo$ v v 3wi&MBBBBliWBBBaBMBBBBBBaBjBBBBBBBB I 9HH0HH0MMRRHHnSHRnMHIIMHHRHMHHMMHHHHHHIIHHHHMHHMHHHIHHIiHH MEETING AT THE H-SU ex-student gathering in Wichita Falls Saturday afternoon before the game were C. Kenneth Hill executive secretary of the Ex-Student association left Mrs. Edward Robinson Mr. and Mrs. Lee Womack and M...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 18 October 1952

THE H-SU BRAND Saturday October II 1152 . i it 9l S&UMff Jiua Wayl 4. .. V . . . i. . . . LEADERS OF SPIRITUAL ORIENTATION week services had some informal times during the week. Dr. Culbert Rutenber professor from the Eastern Baptist Theological Seminary in Philadel- phia Pa. left was the guest speaker for the week. Truelt Sheriff center director of religious activi- ties on the campus directed the planning and arrangements for the week and Euell Porter of the School mi Music was in charge of the music for the first three days of the special week. This was the third Spiritual Orientation Week to bo observed at H-SU. About 300 Are Expected To Attend Annual BSU Convention From H-SU Approximately 300 members of H-SU's BSU are expected to at- tend the annual Texas State BSU convention held in Dallas Oct. 31 through Nov. 2 Truett Sheriff director of campus religious ac- tivities announces. The convention will begin with registration Friday at Gaston Avenue Baptist Church. Services wi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 18 October 1952

Saturday October 18 1952 THE H-SU BRArfD Ft7 Dr. Sutton to Speak Again At Campus Dr. Willis A. Sutton will speak in chdpel October 30-31 Dean W. T. Walton announces. Evening seminars will be con- ducted at 7:30 p. m. in the audio- visual room of Sandefer Memor- ial. Dr. Sutton will also be avail- able for conferences from 2 until 5 p. m. daily. "No man in America under- stands the minds of young people any more thoroughly or sym- pathetically than Dr. Sutton" stated Dean Walton. "All his ad- dresses are geared to life through experience" continued the dean. Dr. Sutton for 29 years super- intendent of public schools in At- lanta Ga. was employed by the Readers Digest which made him available to high school and col- lege young people of the United States as a speaker and counselor. He has been recognized all over the United States as one of the top men in education and for many years was a member of the Plans and Policies Commission of the National Educational Com- mittee. Dr. Sutton ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 18 October 1952

THE H-SU BRAND Saturday. October IS 1M2 I - Sigma Tau Delta Initiates Nine Nine new members were ini- tiated into Sigma Tau Delta Xi Epsilon chapter Monday in for- mal services held in the library lounge. Initiated into the professional English fraternity were Sue 'Bar- ton Frances Knight Vincent Becker Jean Hardy June Hardy David Deason Bettie Todd James Paul Shanks and Peggy Mayf ield. After the initiation the charge of membership was given to the new members by F. Allen Briggs co-sponsor of Sigma Tau Delta. Officers including Cleo Volen- tine president; Gaynelle Hol- comb vice president: Johnie Barnhart secretary; Frances Knight treasurer and Marian Dean historian were installed. A committee headed by Robert Burrows sponsor of Sigma Tau Delta is to be appointed by the president to work on plans for a dinner to honor the memory of Robert Burns Scotch poet on his birthdate in January. o Ex-Students Now Attend Golden Gate Seminary Fourteen graduates of Hardin- Simmons are enrolled i...

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

h I' v 7nz Ssumd 'i i r Vol XXXVII H-SU ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY OCTOBER 25 1952 No. 6 HSU Will Host Wayne King Show Wayne King and his company will present a concert Monday at 8 p. m. in Rose Field House. The concert which is part of the H-SU concert series will be free to stu- dents with the presentation of an activity card. With the King company are Barbara Becker Gloria Allyn and Harry Hall featured soloists with the orchestra the Meadow- larks a girls trio; the Grenadiers a male sextet; and ballerina Mau- rine Kirby. The King chorus and the fa- mous Waltz King orchestra com- pletes the troup. King one of the first orchestra leaders to take to the air waves in the infancy of radio has five nationally known radio shows to his credit. Since his initial suc- cess in radio King and his or- chestra have progressed through concert tours to television pro- duction. Non-Blaring Music "The Waltz King" who has be- come known for his soothing non- blaring music was chosen for seven consecuti...

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

Fmre2 THE H-iU BRAKD Saturday October 25 1IS2 I '4 I ft. EDITORIALS.... fa faapieAd After considerable discussion tJie Homecoming Sweet heart possibility seems to be no nearer reality than it was three weeks ago when the idea of such a favorite began to circulate. It would seem that the Homecoming Sweeheart plan has bogged down in the Student Council through no appar- ent fault of the council but through administrative reluct- ance concerning the idea. The constitution is the main argument in admin- istrative blocking of action on the matter. The constitu- tion says no favorite may be elected before the University Queen. That say those who have been around here long enough to know is to protect the worth and importance of the University Queen. "We can't see that having a favorite presented at half- time at a football game is going to detract anything from the formal presentation and banquet given to the University Queen. The Homecoming Sweetheart being a new favorite will not have t...

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

Saturday October 25 1S52 THE H-SU BRAND Pare Poke Team Will Oppose Arizona U. In BC Battle s. GIVING EM FITZ By LARRY FITZGERALD Tilt to Be Wildcat Homecoming Game TRAINER JOE GRBA got off a good one this week passed on to us by reliable I). A. Isabel of the sports staff. In Grba!s physical education class the subject turned to the game thi weekend with Arizona University. One of the students said about Warren B. Woodson former head coach of H-SU and now holding that same position with the Arizona Wildcats "Well lie (Woodson) knows all of our plays doesn't he?" Grba chuckled and then replied "Oh we've got a few that he doesn't know. Like end around and center plunge." That just about sums up the ball game this Saturday night with those red hot lads from Tucson. Sure Arizona is favored but so was North Texas last week and look what the Cowpokes did to the Eagles. So watch for another upset this week! Better watch out Warren ! BRONCO NAGURSKI probably doesn't ring a bell in your mind ...

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

Page 4 THE H-1U BRAND Saturday October 25 1152 i . 1 Five Cowboy Footballers Name Cowtown As Home (Editor's note This- is the first of a series of stories which will attempt to intro- duce the members of the Cowboy football team from the same home towns.) Two is company three is a crowd but whoever bargained for five Cowboys from Cowtown Fort Worth. Cowtown has furnish- ed athletes for Hardin-Simmons for a number of years some that have gone down in history as out- standing Poke players. History repeats itself a look is taken at the boys who hail from the big city of Fort Worth. In looking over the material that the Cowboys have this season from Fort Worth a player who enters his third season at the line position of right guard; a guard that has made quite a name for himself not only on the football field but also as a member of the Cowboys For Christ organ- ization. Weighing 180 lbs topping six feet and wearing jersey number 78 is a boy who received one let- ter in football and two...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 25 October 1952

p Vaiurday-October 25 1952 THE H'Stf BRAND VJC Choir Presents TV Radio Show On Tour ' - p"H 't' BMMmUki mi ilMiii1! ' i lllii i1 Hi i ill II If 'WIWi W vH FEATURED WITH THE A CAPPELLA choir on its first lour of the year this week io the Texas Baptist General convention in Fort Worth was the Varsity Quartet. All the members of the quartet -were in the two male quartets last year. Singing bass with the group is Bill Hardago bottom Norman Ward right is the baritone with the quartet and R onnie Bates left is second tenor. First tenor and man on lop is Jack Kay. The quartet did several special numbers during the choir's program in East- land and was also featured on the radio and TV shows that the choir did while in Fort Worth. Cowgirls To Sell Civic Drama Tickets The H-SU Cowgirls are in charge of ticket sales for the 1952-53 Civic Drama Festival which will be sponsored in Abi- lene by the Civitan Club Frankie Pratt president announces. Three stage plays direct from Broadway are include...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 25 October 1952

? THE H-SU BRAND Saturday October 25 1952 Dr. Sutton Slated As Chapel Speaker Dr. Willis Sutton superintend- ent emeritus of the Atlanta Ga. public schools will make his third appearance on the H-SU campus next week speaking in chapel Thursday and Friday and delivering lectures both nights at 7:30 p. m. in the audio-visual room of Sandefer. Dr. Sutton will also have con- ferences from 2 to 5 p. m. daily with students and faculty mem- bers desiring to talk with him during his two-day visit on the campus. Dr. Sutton is employed as a member of the staff of Readers' Digest and his lecturing is part of his work with that publica- tion. The Digest has made him available to " colleges and uni- versities throughout the nation Dean W. T. Walton long time friend of Dr. Sutton explains. 'The .special appeal of Dr. Sutton is in his closeness to youth and their problems Dean Walton says. Top Men in Education He has been recognized all over the United States as one of the top men in education and...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 25 October 1952

Saturday October 25 1952 THE H-SU BRAND Pafe 7 J Ten Statues Sets Are Made For Play Ten H-SUers are hard at work on set props and make-up of Player Club production "Ten Little Indians." Playing leading parts in pro- duction preparations are Jackie Gilbert stage manager for the play; Peggy Rudd assistant stage manager; Troyce Eiland Peggy Thompson Cornelia Galloway Delbert Hooper Joe Kirklen James Martin and Jerry Don Melton. The ten little Indian figures which will dominate the mantel were created this week by Dr. Katharine Boyd director of the play and her assistants. Decorat- ed to simulate china fiugrines five were made of papier mache and five were made of plaster. First group was produced by fitting three or four strips of papier mache into features on a clay model. When dry the papier mache was removed from the model mounted and painted with water colors. The second group was made with the use of a plas- ter mold made for the club by Ernest Sublett director of dra matics at Ab...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 25 October 1952

"h v ; 1 j- ' s JtJ"HkJ 3& THE H-IU BRAND Saturday October 25 1SS2 ""'." Freshmen Vote On Councilman A motion was brought be- fore the freshman class meeting last Saturday in regard to having a freshman on the Student Council constitution it was de- cided that a vote on this motion would be made at the next meet- ing. Due to the absence of so many freshmen the election of a class treasurer and class reporter was postponed until the next meeting. Three officers were elected at the previous class meeting. They were Bob Tremaine president; Ed Stanly vice president; and Charlotte Eddings secretary. There was a general discussion on a freshman float for the homecoming parade. A few volunteered to work on a float but a committee was not appoint- ed at that time. A motion was brought before the class to have 50c dues a semester but this motion was not seconded. The money coming in from dues would be used to fi- nance any freshman activities during the semester. o Bible Reading Program ...

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

t ! - . ' ' ) h r 7h& 1 V e VoL XXXVII H-SU. ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY NOVEMBER 1 1952 No. 7 3 : First Queen Election Set For Tuesday Homecoming Sweetheart Will Be Chosen Nov. 10 A Homecoming Sweetheart the first to be selected at Hardin- Simmons will be elected by the student body from a slate of 12 candidates which will be named by the classes Lloyd Wright Stu- dent Council president announces. Three nominees will be chosen from each of the four classes and all these nominees will be on the ballot when the first Homecoming Sweetheart election is held Nov. 10. The class elections of nominees are set for Nov. 9. The Student Council unani- mously voted to elect a Homecom- ing Sweetheart during a joint meeting of the Council and the Inter-Club Council Wednesday. The method of election was de- cided by a committee composed of both Council members and non-councilmen Thursday. Queen Election First The election of the University Queen must according to the con- stitution taKe place durin...

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