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

v. Page 2 THE H-SU BRAHD Saturday November 1 1952 LITTLE MAN ON CAMPUS by Dick Biblcr EDITORIALS.... . Blood pmiube Consistency is one thing that most of us appreciate. We appreciate it if when we are told yes we know that tomor- row that yes still stands. If the answer or attitude is nega- tive we apprecate that no being given only after considera- tion and thought. This week the Student Council planned the all-university Halloween party as a hayride complete with music and a weiner roast. Two weeks ago when the idea was first sub- mitted for official approval it was granted. Then in about three days the doubtful sign went up. The council social chairman was told that the miiversity could not borrow the trucks necessaiy to take a good portion of the student body on the ride. Ther.e seemed to have been no question of morals involved in the reluctance concerning the hayride just the fact that the council couldn't make itself beholden to a local firm to borrow trucks for the ride. The...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 1 November 1952

Saturday November 1 1952 THE H-SU BRAND Page 3 H-SU To Face Santa Clara In Intersectional Game I ft I GIVING By LARRY "CALIFORNIA HERE WE COME" an old tune with new lyrics as far as the Ilardin-Simmons Cowboys are concerned. Maybe the song should now read "California we come ready!" Yes we believe that the Pokes will be ready for this one with Santa Clara. Last year when the Pokes tangled with a team in California some one said: "They (II-SU football team) weren't playing their best." But times and things have changed since then. Got a new coach at the helm have a 3-3 record to uphold and the team is mentally fit as well. Cowboys were pretty dejected following their 13-12 loss to Arizona and Warren B. Woodson. If you as a student were un- happy about the outcome of the tilt just think how the II-SU football players felt I By the way radio station KRBC is going to broadcast the Santa Clara game this Saturday night. The broadcast will start about 10:30 p. m. Abilene time. Ken Cariker ...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 1 November 1952

Page 4 THE H-SU BRAND Saturday Norembar 1 1952 Miller Defeats Nunn In Ping Pong Tourney Wayne Miller who rates as the "No. 2 man on the tennis team at H-SU defeated Carl Nunn in the championship ping pong game of the mens single tournament 24- 22; 21-16; and 21-19. The champion went through the entire tournament without losing a single game. Wayne set four op- ponents down in succession Detnor Poss (2115 and 21-19) Tom Burks (21-16 and 21-17) and Allen Clifton (21-9 and 21-17). The last opponent who won the 1951 summer ping pong cham- pionship was Chester Lyssy. Lyssy put up a excellent fight against the champ but never was able to come within two points of him. The scores were 21-19 21-12 and 21-16 in a three out of five game series. Nunn showed his best competi- tion in the first round of play when his opponent D. A. Isabel Jr. made him go the full three Fitzgerald's Bitter weekend last week. One point ball games big upsets all spelled doom for your struly in predictions. Only mis...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 1 November 1952

9 at Saturday November 1. 1952 wmw'" wiMmwi0m 8iJ tiVi'i ' "A.' J& 1 ' . L J 'TfiiTl 'SJIBil '"'f im . null tn Btv. ' ''' '" " - ymmam b lEBBBBBBBKviv'BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBHBV vBBBK4 " '. BBBBBB TWO OF H-SU's 600 VOTERS consult the local paper as to the course of the present political campaign. Rosemary Ashburn left Is a senior from Colorado and was doing somo thinking this week about how to mark her absentee ballot from that state. Don Smith is an Abilene senior and will be casting his ballot Tuesday in the regular election. About 40 per cent of the senior class is of voting age this year with about 30 per cent of the class voting for the first time. About 40 per cent of the entiro enrollment are also eligible to make a trip to the polls Tuesday. ht m: - && V- 2 POLITICAL ENEMIES BUT close neighbors are DennyStephens Odessa junior left and Willard Free senior from Haskell Stephens is a staunch supporter of the Ike-Nixon ticket while Free is a de- finite a Democrat and sup...

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

? THE H-SU BRAND Saturday Norember 1 1952 H "pppppppppppHpppHI H ppppIpppHppH ppppppI 'i'HH pppppppppppB 'ppppppHpppK ipppppI : H pppppppIpppppL ...pppppppppppp9ppSipppppH IH LlflpppppppvTIppH pHHl': ppppHt1 "" ii mW PPPPPPSES& i iPJPPPPPPPPPPPPPPJs W i gnmlPPHPPPPPS pppKB - ipppppppppB i J - IvUhpHppH pppBttwl'SipHppppppHv-iBH ppBEB- :: hppppppB yHilu pHppH ppHB-'pppKflil'ppH ppppppppppppSk c pppppppppppppppppppPHPpppppBHppppppppppmppppppppa THE GOLDEN SAXAPHONE of Wayne King 'The Waltz King was one of the features of the Monday Wayne King Show in Rose Field House. King who has been one of America's leading orches- tra leaders for 25 years said that he had played that one particular 'golden' saxaphone for 19 years. With the show were Barbara Becker Harry Hall and Gloria Allyn featured vocalists; Maurine Kirby ballerina; and Iho Grenadiers andMeadowlarks choral groups. The show was part of the H-SU concert series. R01G Roundup. Cadets to Don Winter Uniforms On Tuesday ROTC cadet...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 1 November 1952

Saturday November l 1952 THE H-SU BUMfD I '!' v ART LEAGUE TO TAKE PART IN ART WEEK Hardin-Simmons Art League will take part in the autumn art festival tour next week observing American Art Week. It wilLbe proclaimed Saturday through Fri- day announces Miss A. M. Carpenter Texas state director. It is to be sponsored by an art unit of women's forum. There are to be exhibits of paintings ceramics jewelry metals leather woodcarving metal sculpture and wood en- graving presented by students from Hardin-Simmons Univer- sity Abilene Christian College and McMurry College. Exhibits will be at the little auditorium of Radford Student Center at .McMurry and a solo exhibit tea will be held by Mary Eula Sears. There are more than four hun- dred people who are invited to the exhibits. The officers of the Art League are to be in the reception committee. American Art Week is world- wide Miss Carpenter says. There are more than 50 countries of the free world 56 colleges and uni- versities outside t...

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

PUfftt THE H-IU BRAND Saturday Novsmtor 1 1152 HALLOWEEN HAYRIDE HELD ON THURSDAY i The annual all-university Hal- loween Party was held Thursday night in the form of a hayride and weiner roast. Students left Rose Field House at 7 p. m. on trucks loaded with hay and de- corated with black and orange jack-o-lanterns pumpkins and witches. Music was furnished for the trip by musicians on the trucks. Following the hayride the weiner roast was held at the back of Mary Frances Hall where hooded lights added a touch of Halloween eeriness. Entertain- ment included a ministrel act and bobbing for apples hanging by strings from the trees. Ed Tapscott junior representa- tive on Student Council was in charge of truck arrangements and Jim White secured the 42 bales of hay needed for the hayride. Clif- ford Wilcox was in charge of the ministrel act. Charter Members- Continued from Page 1 y Other members of KHSU staff taking-part in the play are Bobby McCulley who plays Rogers the house servant; C...

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

i aU ( w. a. ' "?" .' tl Ssuuul 'Hi . Vol XXXVII h-su abilene; texas Saturday November 8. 1952 No. s 0 y Final Queen Election Set For Saturday .r ' . v yy COLLEEN MURRIE ' . dorm social chairman . x K .4" & i '. Homecoming Will Monday With Pep Homecoming events for Har-din-Simmons will officially begin with a pep rally Monday at 8 p. m. one of several impromptu pep rallies which will be held around the campus during the week Robert Walker general chairman of student preparation for Home- coming announces. The pep rally scheduled for Tuesday will take the form of a football game between Hardin- Simmons and the Tech Red Raid- er with both teams being H-SU co-eds. The tilt will take place in Parramore Field about 8 p. m. Walker says. Plans for Wednesday call for another pep rally at 10:30 p. m. Thursday guarding the campus wil begin with Charles Taylor and Cecil Smith in charge. Best Float Awards Awards will be made to the best floats in the parade. Friday the Homecoming parade wil...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 8 November 1952

Page 2 THE K-IU BRAND Saturday November 8 1S52 EDITORIALS.... Make 44 ileab Homecoming is goingto be as big as significant as we the students make it. Already some of the enthusiasm over school spirit seems to have drained from those who last week were so eager to take things in their own hands and get things done. And a big Homecoming is not going to be accomplished by appoint- ing committees or meeting with the Council though both of those are important Darts of the success of Homecoming. The success of Homecoming is going to lie in the hands of those who are willing to work for it. That's an unpopular word work. Especially is it unpopular when it means no pay no praise no recognition. But it is necessary to mako the Homecoming of 1952 something to remember. And you remember and enjoy things a lot more that you have helped plan and build .Let's don't let this thing die for want of work. It's our job Homecoming is and we can make or break it. y1&uHf Peofde Ana Mate Realistic' S...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 8 November 1952

THE H-SU BRAND Page 8 Miners Pokes To Meet In El Paso Grid Battle ' Saturday Noycmber 8 1852 i' GIVING EM FITZ By LARRY FITZGERALD TAKE A LOOK AT the newest release from fthe NCAB the official football statistics organization and the sight will almost knock your bloodshot eyes out. Your eye first falls on the individual rushing department and you see the name "Williams Ilardin-Simmons" at the top of the crop. In seven tilts the "Ramrod" has picked up 738 yards on 136 tries. He leads Gene Filipski of Villanova by 35 yards. Then you drop to the pass receiving department and dis- cover "Andrews Ilardin-Simmons" listed as 14th in the nation. D. C. has caught 25 throws for 352 yards and six touchdowns. You turn next to the punting column and for the first time this season you see "Jefferies Ilardin-Simmons" rated 11th in the nation. Jerry has kicked 20 times for an average of 41.2 yards per boot. l So you think you're through but you turn to sheet num- ber two. And much to your amazement...

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

THE H-Stf BRJUTO aturdy MotmiOmw I 1H2 i' k V i ' 3-A BOYS FALL IN 'MURAL RANK The 3-A boys of Ferguson Hall who were the Intramural leaders up to Monday have dropped back nto third place after suffering two defeats at the hands of the Ramblers and the Choir Boys. The Ramblers rambled over the 3-A Boys by the sound margin of 20 to 6. The Choirboys went past the 3-A's by a score of 13 to 7. The "Ramblers' first score came early in the first quarter when Bob Garett threw a pass to Ar- gene Hodges that was good for 55 yards and a T.D. Extra point was converted by Kenneth Marks. Second Tally- Second tally came in the first minutes of the second quarter when Glenn Woodard intercepted a pass and ran 20 yards for a touchdown. The extra point was good. In the third quarter Hodges in- tercepted a pass and ran 65 yards for a third score. Try for point was good. The last tally came in third quarter when Hodges intercepted a pass and ran 50 yards to paydirt. The extra point was blocked. Late in...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 8 November 1952

THE H-fU BRAND Pl.t 1 ' " " Performances Are Slated r . . For 'Ten Little Indians' Saturday Nor!? I 1152 . v' N.I - Players Club productions "Ten Little Indians" a murder mys- tery as scheduled for perfor- mance Thursday and Friday nights in Behrens Chapel. Both evenings the play will begin at 8:15 p. m. although some tickets were originally printed for 8:45 p. m. Dr. Katharine Boyd play director announces. Invitations have been sent to exes who participated in drama- tics at the university said Dr. Boyd and all who attend will be given recognition. A curtain call will be given at the end of each performance to i honor these visitors. Special hon- ors will be bestowed upon a charter member of the first Play- ers Club of H-SU. Identity of this honorde will not be announc- ed until the performance. Cast Members Members of the cast are Carol Kuykendall who plays Vera at- tractive young secretary; Jerry Don Melton cast as young hero Captain Lombard; James Martin who portrays General Mac...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 8 November 1952

THE H-IU BRAMD laturday Novmhr I 1112 . ii i " t x-..o. :.'.v-.vt? . . y j -roxo. v i ihjx x ikVL UwlWjW.. 4? -J- '4S!!vl'4l t S3ftt 1xaJaS. WV.'.'n!&X- TO&& THE A CAPPELLA CHOIR began its second lour of iho semester Wednesday. The group will sing at the Oklahoma State BSU con--rention in Tulsa -Saturday. Pictured are part of the choir including left to right first row. Helen Haynes June Hardy Joan Hardy Nora Beth Fuller Marilyn Daugherfy; second row Peggy Muston Maxine Brake Mary Alice Brown Reba Jones Ann Hohertz Frances Wad- dell; third row; Tommy Adams Eucled Moore Bill Hardage L. V. Daugherty Kenneth Wright Norman Ward; last row Ronny Bates Roland Whatley George Miser Raymond McCain Johnny Bullock and Ed Nichols. A Cappella Choir Will Sing On BSU State Convention Program in Tulsa The H-SU A Cappella Choir -will be featured on the program of the Oklahoma State BSU convention Saturday in Tulsa Okla. The choir left on a tour of the Tulsa area Wednesday and will return ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 8 November 1952

Saturday November I 1952 THE H-IU RHAND r r DR. POLDOSKY IS HERE FOR CLINIC Eta-. Leo Podolsky internation- ally known pianist is conducting a music workshop at H-SU which is scheduled to continue through Saturday. The workshop is a combination clinic and forum according to Dean E. E. Young. Students play for Podolsky who then instructs each student's teacher how he should be taught for best result. The workshop offers four class sessions covering a variety of subjects designed for both teach- ter and student. Morning sessions are being held in Caldwell Hall auditorium with afternoon ses- sions meeting on the stage of Behrens' Chapel. Dr. Podolsky who is chairman of the music department at Sher- wood School of Music in Chicago has won acclaim as recitalist and soloist with well-known sym- phony orchestras. He represents the United States each year at the Mozarteum in Salsburg Austria. Teacher .editor and lecturer he has held music clinics all over the world said Dean Young. Dr. Podo...

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

1 THE H-1U BlUUffr Saturday NvmW 1WJ H-SU Cowboys to Defend BC Offensive Rating The H-SU Cowboys are fight- ing this weekend to hold their lead in the total offense column of the Border Conference The Cowboys have gained 1655 yards rushing and 892 via the air- lanes for an ' overall yardage tof 2547. Arizona had 2477 yards Texas Western's total of 2456 comes on 1457 rushing and 999 passing. Hod Williams of Hardin-Sim-mons is the rushing leader. Wil- liams has carried the ball 738 yards .averaging 5.4 yards per Itote. Ogden Compton of Hardin-Sim-mons took over the passing lead- ership with 33 completions in 63 attempts for 463 yards. Dick Shinaut Texas Western is the front runner of total offense with 55 yards rushing and 936 yards on passes for a total of 991. Next are Williams of Hardin- Simmons 738; Beasley of Arizona 640; and Johnson of Texas Tech 509- J. c D. C. Andrews of Hardin-Sim- mons retained the top spot in pass receiving snaring 25 passes for 381 yards and six touchdowns...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 15 November 1952

' . 7 ' v - s t Stsuuut If c Vol XXXVII H-SU. ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 15 1952. No. 9 aaa. I 1 . Homecoming Activities To Climax Today Battle With Tech H Attract Exes Hardin-Simmons hosts the Red Raiders of Texas Tech this Sat- urday before a large home-coming crowd in Fair Park Stadium. The game is slated for 2 p. m. and will be broadcast over KWKC. The Pokes will pit a 4-3-1 rec- ord against a Tech team that needs a victory badly after losing to two under-dog opponents Tex- as Western and North Texas State. The Cowboys and the Red Raiders battled it out for the Bor- der Conference championship last year in Lubbock but not so this year. Both clubs are out of the conference race but the winner of this Saturday's game may re- ceive a Sun Bowl bid. Whether or not a Sun Bowl bid would at- tract either team is not known. H-SU and Texas Tech began their rivalry in 1926 battled to a scoreless deadlock. The series now stands in favor of Texas Tech with a record of 10 wins six de- f...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 15 November 1952

THE H-SU BESMD"- m ' I ' I II Saturday Novamber IS 12 EDITORIALS.... Hot Milling Today will show theresults4of all the'.'planning. and work that the student body "lias put into Homecoming this year in order to increase student and ex-student interest in the annual affair. But we hope that the flurry of preparation and planning hasn't robbed our campusof one of its most priceless at- tributes a rieal welcome with genuine friendliness to back it up. Ex-students are coming back to the campus today who have been away from the forty acres. One of the things tthey will miss most if it-is missing is that friendliness that has been part of Hardin-Simons since its beginning. So keep up the good work of planning and arranging for a technically successful Homecoming but remember that it must be a warm friendly-Homecoming too. ? V AhyyrP I III ' I -" .- s fll- iff . !T hlTi . til ir ' 1 ' H&aad4iHf The election of Homecoming Sweetheart brought up a situation whichproved to be rather embarra...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 15 November 1952

;;' viT.' &. 1' W vn " feJuMky Horwnke IS Ui2 THE H-SU BRAND p r Cowboys Raiders To Clash In 19th Tilt imyduykmii - wim n ai yj ScLB VB55LV 9ILm hH vBS IH GIVING By LARRY THIS IS IT! After nine weeks and eight games the Har-idn-Simmons Cowboys lay a 4-3-1 record on the line against Texas Tech in the climaxing game of the year for both schools. The game now appear sto be a toss up at least from where this reporter views the situation. Before the season opened you couldn't have found any "wise" person who would have given H-SU a chance against the mighty Red Raiders. But as the season progressed the Lubbockmen dropped a couple of games to teams like-Texas Western and North Texas State while the-Cowboys on the other hand defeated both of these schools. Tech was ready for a big season hoping that a couple of wins over Southwest Conference teams might get them a lease in that "Up-town" apartment which the landlords had refused previously. The two teams won't be playing for the confer...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 15 November 1952

Saiuxay. WoTnbtT 15 152 Pa THE H-SU BRAWD Cowboy Second Half Stops Texas Western Miners Hardin - Simmons two-touchdown landslide in the fourth quarter buried the Texas Western Miners 27-26 in an important Bor- der Conference contest last Sat- urday night in El Paso. The Cowboys stopped all Miner threats in the second half and scored tw.ice to edge Texas Wes- tern by a single point. Hardin- Simmons valued the 1 point mar- gin altough the Pokes possessed the pigskin on the Miner half- yard line at the end of the game. Evidence of a high-scoring tilt came in the opening period when both teams scored 13 points apiece. Pay Dirt First The Miners struck pay dirt af- ter forcing the Cowboys to punt on the first series of downs. Jesse Whittenton set it up with a 39- yard run to the Poke 24. Clovis Riley plunged 1 yard in the scoring play and Shinaut kicked to put the score 7-0. The Cowboys came back quick- By JERRY CADDELL Brand Associate Sports Editor ly to return the kick-off to the 24 and...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 15 November 1952

Si.'T' '"it ' Saturday Netember IS 1952 ANOTHER LITTLE INDIAN DIES as the Players Club fall production. "Ten Little Indians" lakes the stage of Behrens ChapeL The play which was advertised as having eight murders really had them. One of those dying violently is Delberl Hopper playing Antony Marston who died of cyanide poisoning. Examining him is Dr. Armstrong played by Larry Fitzgerald. Carol Kuykendall left cast as Vera Claylhorne looks on as another of the "Indians" dies. Judge Wargrave played by Clifford Willcox watches calmly as another of his fellow guests leaves the scene. 'Ten Indians' Cast Makes Good In Spite of Script In spite of a slow moving script that almost bogged down in the first act the well-chosen cast of "Ten Little Indians" turn- ed in a creditable performance of Agatha Christie's fantastic murder yarn which was present- ed Thursday and Friday nights as the fall major production of Plavers Club. The first act with its lengthy explanations and back tracking dragge...

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