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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 11 March 1939

5"r' " i V -' -. -4 THE H.g U BRAND Paget' COWBOY GRIDDERS START SPRING DRILL MARCH 20 . i .:!Kf ' ?MW SJLCagers Lose Eram Tlfoc SIDELINES Hy SAM OATMAN and CIIAULKY TKEADWAY Junior Sports Editors Conch Margaret Kobblns' girls vol- leyball team displayed a world of power ns the sextet copped the gold cup at he TAAP district meet Satur- day. Captain Helen Broadwell and Bobbie Wash borrowed uniforms from Roscoc High School their alma mater so the volleyball team competed in the Austin affair in foreign regalia. One casualty was suffered by the locals in the district matches. Mary Ella Gilmorc stellar freshman per- former received a severe leg injury. During a melee in the O'Urled set-to Miss Gilmore wrenched her knee. She was taken to the honpltal where it was determined that the knee was sprained badly. Nan Painted filled in for the injured ace. Incidental- ly wc notice that not a one of the hall co-eds was able to make the squad. The amateur baseball league which has been newly form...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 11 March 1939

(w wAf iSSSSSS'S T$av ?T iWteHN" 'ft " -MfV -vri 1 r- A'. if r4 T U BRAND l" ll . K Lv- ."J . ? 1 i -X . ft..- Speech Majors ToGiVeRmtalsi Four students tn the Speech De- partment will be presented in Junior Speech recitals next -Wednesday and Thursday . nights.. j Vednesday. night KofaaBeryl Mahler kndEdlth Lewis juniors will be "presented". Thurs- day night Ona Faye Tittle and Charles Tarrance seniors will read. Miss Mahler will read a one-act play "Ashes of Roses" by Constance D'Arcy MacKaye and two short se lections from modern poetry "The Lost Kiss" by James Whitcomb Ri- ley and "Da Wlsa Child" an Italian dialect poem by T. A. Daly Miss Lewis will read 'JK Minuet" a one-act drama by Louis N. Parker and also "Larrle O'Dcc" any Irish dialect poem by W. W. Fink urid "Vive La Franco" by Charlotte Holmes Crawford. "Londondary Air" by Rachel Field is the play which Miss Tittle will read along with her two short se- lections. ' Charles Tarranco will read "El Crlsto" by Margaret Larkln...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 18 March 1939

Vol. XXIII Z714 HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXAS MARCH 18 1939 No. 23 SENIOR CLASS MEMBERS BEGIN FINAL ROUND-UP 1 " i - -I w ... . -...-...-...... . ..... . . nr-UKsrcsssmexvHesasca I l Mrs. Franklin Roosevelt Pays Visit to Hardin As a pictorial review of the visit of Mrs. Franklin Delano Roosevelt First Lady of Our Land on the Students and faculty members I guess by this time you can tell that I have never edited a Brand before but take it from me it really is fun. Thanks to the Senior Class for select- ing me as their Editor and thank to those that have helped me in publish- ing this sheet. I guess you get that I was afraid to be on the cmnpus when this came out as I am in Stillwater Oklahoma with the Journalism delegation. This spring weather Is really gettin' awful bad on lazy people. Everyone so drowsy an droopy that they can hardly move. You have to cat "Pep" every morning in order to get up enough energy to speak. Mrs. Roosevelt has come and went. The students seemed t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 18 March 1939

.1$S'''K" "'.?vt IV; i Mlr (. . C ?' $T l? I - I v ft I f j ft m k- i i h"- o N.V r' . S&W' f y r&. Brit ' l ' v. . Fatal THE H-S U BRAND 'Editorials "How dull it is to pause to make an end to rust unburnished not to shine in use as though to breathe were life.." Tennyson. Campus Pride Soma people don't realize what it is to have campus pride. I guess you can guess what I have reference to. Yea this chalk marking on the sidewalk. So many peo- pie have remarked about it. One person said that it was The Silk Bandana Campus Camera By SUSSELL DAY This week's laurels go that genial ever-popular Melvin Bivcns who hails from Artesia N. M. varsity cago even worse than high schoolish it was elementary school plyer. and one f the best-liked stu. play. Children love to mark. Every timo they get a chance they draw hearts and put names in them. Some- (time it is their own names but in case of last week the parties 'had more campus pride than to write nil over he1 sidewalks. What is someo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 18 March 1939

THE !I.g U BRAND Pag J KIMBROUGH BEGINS SPRING FOOTBALL TRAINING WITH HOPES FOR NEXT SEASON FnMwnra The SIDELINE By KIP RAGSDALE Hardln-Slmmons baseballers arc plnnnlnK to work out with the Philadelphia Phillies at New Ilraun- fcls Texas the Phillies' spring training headquarters sometime in the near future. Negotiations are trying to be made with Kill Atwood a former H-SU athlete and now a starting catcher with the Phillies. After a session with the Phillies we arc sure to win the city Intercol- legiate championship. The Southwest gained recognition in the nntlonnl basketball circles when the Southwest Conference placed two men on the NEA Ail-American third team nnd three received honorable mention. Pete Creasy Baylor for- ward nnd Bobby Moers guard on the championship Texas five made the third team nnd John Adams Arkansas forward Willie Tate Texas center nnd Billy Dcwcll Southern Methodist guard received honorable mention. After this year Donald Budge will probably be the KING of ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 18 March 1939

$r"ragj-yMr. mt m Fat 4 THE H-S U BRAND i Senior Edition 0ecUcaied To These Twelve Leading Class Members m H HTTmI LLLLH H LH--9I HH pm LH H iiiB KiH H FIH KH HH ICIH H wH H HH lH LLB IB Hi HI HH LH H VH MEH r'TH H H kIloI Bn Llu HbHHHHH H GREEN LEE HOUSE TITTLE HOOPER Selection of the leading seniors of Hardln-Simmons were based on their activities and duties during their senior year; Miss Jcanell Green University Queen Secre- tary of Senior Class President of Cowgirls; Avery Lee President of Student Body; Pete House Vice- President of Student Dody and cap- DIGELOW GRACEY tain of Varsity Dasketbatl squad; Ona Fayc Tittle student secretary; John Hooper president of Cowboy GRANT PATTERSON S1NGLETARY MAnLER DAY Rand; Edgar nigclow vice-president Grant Senior president; Jcancttc Ferguson Hall Council; G. A. Hah- of Senior Class co-captaln of foot- Patterson president of University Icr. secretary Cowboy Band; and ball squad; Senior Favorite; Aaron Players; John Slnglctary chalrmnn Helen...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 25 March 1939

i'' '' f'A.f't V i 'i JT " -f ryT""'11 " ' L. JprC uj ;3&lC8BHHH'te'&WnfK '' " Vol. XXIII Z714 HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXA8 MARCH 25 1939 No. 24 ALL-UNIVERSITY PICNIC SLATED TUESDAY AFTERNOON TfwTJMilu:. ' . ' hr r? "l'Z.!;-J.'J'y '! W 'M PL' i'!lilWl.s ; U In case anyone notices that the ad- ministrative carpet lit Romewhat thin- ner and barer just blnmc. it on the deluge of Ferguson Hall upperclnsa- men descending upon the office bear- ing significant white call-slips in recent days. After three weeks of class editions of tho Brand there are at least three far sadder and wiser fellows on this campus numelv the editors of each of the three issues. Now we know how to sympathize with the rcgulur editor and business manager. To the staffs business and edi- torial whose faithful work during the past week has made this issue possible I wish to express my sin- cere appreciation. Badly in need of repairs for some time the Corral roof has been coated with n layer of tar ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 25 March 1939

."" u elf - v; '-t FitZM Syf i v s' - h -if. THE M-S U BRAND ifrWV y. KjlPPF ; : I'M ft' Fr 4 . fejf .. sv fci ; " j c 5-r.- SV S. Vi1 I in.- I i' 1V Wi $ 7 V 7 3 Vt IvA ; t""" ' 7-4 C--' J " itorials 'This world's no blot for us nor blank; it means intensely and means good." Browning. ook Reuieu? 35000 Days in Texas By SAM ACHESON Being the autobiography of a news- This Freshman Question ' Aky tradition of long standing cannot bo abruptly abolished; that is not without causing much friction anil rtlaturtiAnMt Anv midden or radical chnmro in nnv field will invariably bring about much adverse criticism paper rather than amore formal hls- .eH.r th chnniri. la for better or worse. toi this book streaaea the temper For many years there has been n tradition here thai and P'r ' times the clash of freshmen comply with the requests of upperclnssmen warmly human partisans the explo- rach as running errands shining shoes making beds sive mixture of ideas and above all etc. How or why this ori...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 25 March 1939

'f (if . THE H-S U BRAND From The SIDELINES By WACIL McNAIR Tho 1930 bnRkcthnll nnnqnn whlMi has just ended brought to light n de- fect in tho new fast rules. Deliberate fouling was1 used more nnd more ns the senson progressed nnd in the A. A. U. tournament nt Denver it be- came quite a problem. When n team was three or four points in the lead near the end of tho game a stalling game would usually be attempted nnd tho losing team would foul deliber- ately In order to gain possession of the ball after the frco toss. It is ex- pected that rules commltccs will dis- cuss this problem before another sea- son begins. Javelin llecord Ilrokcn Changing hnnds twice in less than n year the javelin throw record is now held by Bob Peoples of the Uni- versity of Southern California. Peo- ples took the record from Lnrry Bell of Miami university of Ohio who won it last June. Before Bell Alton Terry of II-SU held the record his best throw being 2g0 feet 2 1-4 inches. Bell's toss was good for 231 fee...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 25 March 1939

..-ft -v. V v '- Prff4 THE H.S U BRAND f ri "wr FRESHMEN Ford Completes Correlation Survey Of Grades Tests Top Students Show Only One Failure A surprising study In correlation between tho ranking of Hardin-Sim-mons university freshmen In tho Am- erican Council of Education phycho- loglcnl tests taken In September nnd the fall semester grades was shown this week' in completion of the sur- vey by Hoyt Ford piofcsaor of edu- cation at II-SU. The comparisons coveting the highest 25 freshman psychological test rankings and the lowest 25 showed tho top flight contingent to have made A grades the fall semes ter for 41.C per cent of tho subjects taken while the low ranking group in the test mado only 4.2 per cent A grades for tho semester. On the reverse side of tho picture the highest 25 students in the test rankings showed only .8 of one per cent failures or one failure In one course. 1 The lowest 25 students however faller in 1C.8 per cent of their courses last semester. Grades surveyed ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 1 April 1939

rTqFWr!Gflr'fff?i yr ';WW W&K'"3ltii $Ki$ WW'.1 "-" v rijfifr v- . ". SrnTfpiF AviSx yJiJPli?10S?f - :r - li 7 STUDENTS TO DISCUSS PROPOSED ENDOWMENT PLAN 'fmm i i- ik hjm i i ft v u Ic .( B p III If' fcr '. r Campus Politics Start AsMay Election Approaches Voting Slated On Dozen Council Places Campus politicians ore beginning to drum up trade preparatory to stu- dent elections scheduled May 3 and 6. Primary election for student coun- cil officers and members yell leaders and intrn-mural council members will be held in chapel the first Wednesday in May as provided by the constitu- tion of the student council. Run-off election will be held on the Friday following. Petitions Due Avery Lee present president has reminded aspirants to office that pe- titions for a place on the ballot must be in his hands at least 10 days pre- ceding the primary election a re- quirement set out by the constitution. Petitions must contain names of 7 per cent of the student body ap- proximately 50 signa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 1 April 1939

w- V ;t JV ' Ji w'. .' ? ; SJ- ' FA IV k ra rk . .VS aft If V W &. b' SSi THE H4 U BRAND SSSltotidls ; TWi Bafeace of Trade "A man has no more right to say an uncivil thing than to act one; no more right to say a rude thing to another than to knock him down." Johnson. ' n- : Vi ')' . i A 'J-1 ff VV ?K - a' ' ic? 'VJ w .(' A v Cs w expect to keep Germany from encroaching on omr kr4 with Argentina?. It ia a complex problem. 1f Mm more and perhaps better goods than Germany ean oiler to Argentina but Argentina cannot buy them from us. Argentina wants a market for her wheat and w have a sulprus of the same commodity. It is quite natural then for Argentina to buy where she can pay for goods with wheat. Argentina is seeking to exchange surplus goods for needed goods which arrangement con- stitutes the only true favorable balance of trade. Americans need not take this as any great hurt to us as it may help to discourage the wasting and exhausting of our natural resources. What is usuall...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 1 April 1939

-i r T -U. '-. Jlf '( it'h v " fit 'V "S -. Mm THE H-8 U BRAND '!- HARDIN-SIMMONS U RANGERS HOLD FIRST PLACE Til . . s- ". tyr x - From The SIDELINES By BILL AMO Sports Editor Following the recently completed caaabn Bcaaon n vital item was over looked by the sports editors of the thrco rival classes during their hec- tic scramble for news. It is the usual custom after a campaign that tho lo- cal courtslers pick all-opponent com- binations first and second string quintets. Somewhat belated this year but herc-it is: First Team Martinez (C) Forward N. M. A&M Flnlcy Jackson Wood Schur Forward N. M. A&M Center N. M. A&M Guard N. M. A&M Guard W. Tex. State Second Team Shackelford Forward W. Tex. State Yarbro Forward N. Tex. State Croswcll Forward St. Mary's Hayes Simms Guard W. Tcx State Guard N. M. A&M As you sec New Mexico A&M prac- tically dominated tho selections by placing four men on tho first team and another player on the reserve squad. This is nothing unus...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 1 April 1939

&&' 'j.?.?w l" Ptf4 THE H-i U BRAND h Aviation Training Plans Get College Student Approval To Train 20000 Civilian Pilots Collegians everywhere havo been part in the half-billion dollar rearma ment program that President Roose velt proposes for the United States Specifically seven-tenths of Ameri- can college students today approve of the plan to train 20000 civilian pilots a year in colleges and universi- ties of the nation a country-wide poll of the Student Opinion Surveys of America shows. When the president asked congress to appropriate $10000000 for train- ing aviators in cooperation with edu cational institutions ho was in reality alloting college men their part in the task of making the United States safe from the possibility of an invasion. College youth stands ready to do its asked "Do you approve of President Roosevelt's plan to train an air re- serve corps of 20000 men now in col- lege 7"; 71.8 per cent havo answered "yes" and 28.2 per cent havo answered "no." The...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 15 April 1939

' ' n. "sa. M V Pfintr All-Universify i -. Get Your"' Picnic Tuesday T .M'S ( ' i w( ViC4XIVI-7H HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILBNK TEXAS APRIL IS 1M No. 26 1 1 - - rL s "N - V i . no t0 -i - m . nv r )i t J: ' ? &N4R IMifPIt WW Af.l.llMAAtl . V ? JRxi H mH OhSSM V"" .Vv-fll M B-JHw BUgy . I1 lfll K-pgj!MIJMiBM"iBLKJB I t vkMiMpJr Bronco Friday ZiAMSI m m.. BM BW H M "" BM SB BKBH IHSM SBHHISB" BVSH BBBBB1 H BHIV --i .! ' ' ' ' rr--jhbmbi in i '"'"' ... llll l I I 1 1 I IMIM Gives Concert Toni&ht BiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiflESIHHBBiiH BiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiSX:r'SBiHfBHBiiiiiiiiiH iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiKIBiiiBBiiiiiiiiiiiiiH 1 BlllllllllllllllllllllllVf iBilBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBi BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBMHSBB. BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBa bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbIIusbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbI Dave Rubinoff smiles genially as a Brand photographer catches the violin master stepping off his train Rubinoff and His Violin On Artist Course Tonight After almost a year of continuous work Editor Ti...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 15 April 1939

.'KvWfiW.fJSi .J .'-.M".'.T- J I- U V i W $Ev tiE.fpaeSHHpjBpMPJgP te-'gaitorkls THE H-S U BRAND When old age shall this generation waste Thou shalt remain in midst of other woe than ours a friend to man to whom thou say'st 'Beauty is truth truth beiuty' that k all Ye know on earth and all ye need o know.John Keats. Our Changing World TVURING the last weeks International Incidents have Book Reuieu? By WILLIAM R. AMO Campus Camera "THE UNCHARTED ISLAND" Sydney Parkman Bill Durrant ex-skipper of rum- runners emerges from a two year term in San Quentln prison Just after repeal has been passed. A tough big bruiser down on his luck he ships to been passing bo quickly that if one misses one edi tion of the paper he may miss a new map of Europe. The situation is so tense that one dare not relax lest we be thrown into .another war which might send us back into the Middle Ages. The' deplorable tiling is that perverted minds and the selfish' fiendish wills of men are at the head of govern men...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 15 April 1939

" Vc f - t vi f " t -' j & ;.:' -Js THE H-S U BRAND GRIDDERS DEVELOP SMOOTHNESS IN SPRING DRILL Cowboy Eleven To Combat With Several New Teams In '39 Campaign : -.iTtiiiiriPC Hnmnpr I I lOliP.n Sent. 23 I. : : Srf '- $ From The SIDELINES Br BILL AMO Sports Editor This morning tho well-known fedora Is doffed to a successful college ath- leteCharlie Pond. Chuck recently was appointed superintendent of rec- reation for Taylor County taking over the post vacated by Jim Edwards. Pond assumed his new duties a week ago by acquainting himself with the various communities and his 38 em- ployees. He has virtually given up attending classes and is forced to do school work at night hoping to gradu- ate with a Physical Education degree in June. Pond as most of you already know gained state-wide fame dur- ing the past two years via his fistic endeavors. He la rated as one of the top notch welterweights in' Texas following his many triumphs in TAAP AAU and Golden Glove tourneys. However the he...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 15 April 1939

?B?$!9F"HK' "'vv"- VTVSW'fT'ji ' -v. PI4 THE H-i U BRAND It t R b REIGNIN0 ROYALTY ; :( q PRESENTING HARDIN - SIMMONS UNIVERSITY QUEEN AND '-IbbbbbVHrbbbbbbbbI lpBBBippWBBBBBJ BBBBBBBBb ;:-:;l!!' lBBBl MTrW ; 'IBBBBI MBBBBBBBBKo mBBBBBBb BBBBBBBBBsvBk vBBBBfl BBBBBP!TBfe" iBBS v.IBJbVjv -BBB1 'BBBTCS?BBb1 &BBBSh&aBBBl BBBBBBBBVm iBBBBBBBBBBBBl V rfBBBPT '"'jiBBBBBBBBW :JBBKlfliOBBBBB! iBBBBBBPnSVsS !l.SBBBBBBBa BBBBBmSBBBBbV BBBBBBH :.;'-:. . SBBBBBBBBBBBBBH LbbbbbbbIbbbbbbbbbb! H-S U Cowgirl Band (Continued from page 1) the Cowgirl Band will play at Forsan where they will be guests of the Home Economics Club at a reception before the performance. Forsan is the home of another of the band members Wil- da Ray White. The Cowgirl Band will arrive in Abilene early Friday evening. Cowgirl Band appearances are be- ing sponsored by the high school bands in Roscoe Lorainc Colorado Stanton Odessa Pecos and Forsan. The appearances in Midland and Grand Falls and Wink 'are sponsored by ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 22 April 1939

""- 'VlV """v!" r " " f .' fi ' IP -j -" High School Senior Day April 29 Join 'Garner For President' Club Vol. XXIII Z7U HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXA8 APRIL 22 1939 No. 27 INTRAMURAL ATHLETIC PROGRAM TUESDAY NIGHT )9i jAr' 3L M IM"" MB. I. jHp"LBMa Efl K1 l r"' BffL Kvb - i . j Twenty-Four Candidates Nominated i"" ---- - i Wc consider it u distinct honor to bo n member of the. Great American Youth. We read in the magazines nnd the newspapers that wc arc becoming more sincere. We read just tho other day that wc nrc considering things more seriously: Marriage Sex Sin and Salvation. And War. Ten years ogo there wasn't any necking. It was petting. Teh years ngo tho Great American Youth took up collection for Gin. But today he attends classes on Marriage and Morals Home Bud- geting and What to Do When Baby Cries. And with a great display of Sin- cerity and Purpose H-SU studcg organize the "Garner For Presi- dent" club first of its kind on any American university or college camp...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 22 April 1939

fty? Q'V 1. - : .. ?' P-ftl THE H-S U BRAND f r- w . Px 4 &5 w-t .. . Editorials "There is no frigate like a book to take us lands away This traverse may the poorest take without oppress of toil; how frugal is the chariot that bears a human soul." Emily Dickenson. Our Guests NEXT Saturday April 29 H-SU will be host to 3000 or more high school seniors from schools of the en- tire area of West Texas. Each one of these visiting seniors is n prospective stu- dent for our university. Opinions voiced by these visit- ors in their respective home localities concerning this institution will be determined by this one day so it is the responsibility of every H-SU student to see that a favor- able Impression is implanted upon theso who nro to bo our guests. Every student should accept as a personal lesponsi- blllty the entertainment of those who come to our campus. The apparent insignificant courtesies and con- siderations are the most noticeable and permanent. These visiting young me nand ...

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