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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 18 December 1937

pjV"'"'!"'' (h 'V. ' I THE H-S U BRAND Faff S 1 14 tStei&k m ik H-S U BASKETEERS TAKE INAUGURAL GAME 33 TO 29 Ft S5lt Off Sports By Harper Van Ness Summary of the football season (nine games): Opponents Cowboys 68 First downs ' 139 870 Yds. joined scrimmago 2075 004 Yds. gained passes 872 1474 Total yds. Rained 2947 This gives tho Cowboys better than 1 2-3 miles gained in their nine games. Their opponents gained almost exact- ly one-half as much ns they did. Notes on the Basketball Game: . . . The team surely showed up well for as little practice as they have had. . . . Marshall Kccd and Blvcns showed class in their first varsity game. . . . All three ore sophomoics. . . . Robin Clack n senior coming out for bas- ketball for the first time looked good too. . . Nor can we overlook the three veterans Woods House and Payne. . . . Tho visitors displayed some mighty classy uniforms. They have won two and lost four on their tour so far. . . . Their starting team played the entire game...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 18 December 1937

pgl THE IIS U BRAND &anta (Elaua iCrttiua Dear Santa: Plcaso send me a new boy friend to talk about. I've raved about how I conquered Country Ked Buster Haynlc and Little Steve until the campus Is tired of it. Your little campus flirt Mavourccn. Dear Snntn Clnus: Plcnsc send mo an eligible male rather nice looking and congenial who enn work math problems. Hnynie can't. Love June Frost. Dear Santa: Please give mo an airplane so that I might go to Tech to see Little Davis more often. Thanks Martha Foye Barker. Dearest Santa: Since I have been n good little girl please bring nc a doll buggy so that I can play dolls with Barbara Merrell. I would also like some skates. Please bo good to all fresh- men and bund boys. Thank you Kny Corbin. Dear S. C: Please send mo something to keep my knees warm anything but a long dress. Yours Gerry "Knees All" Allen. P. S.: Don't forget that bottle of peroxide you always bring me. Dear Santa: Please send me a new car. I've run the wheels off my old ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 8 January 1938

Vol. XXII Z715 HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY AHILENE TEXAS JANUARY 8 1938 No. 14 INSTITUTIONAL MEMBER H-SU Attains Highest Rating In National Music Association Yep it's me ngninl What do I want? Oh nothing much just thought I'd drop around nnd sny HAPPY NEW YEAR to all yousc guys nnd gnls. Lato? Well yes but can't I wish you n pleasant time for the balance of this year? After nil It is only about one week seven and one-third days or approx- imately one-hundred eighty hours old . . . nnd thnt isn't old. Why thnt isn't even as old as somo jokes I've heard nor some people 1 The way some of these profs pour on the work just before and after the holidays makes us about as appre- ciative of them as the fiery tempered Houthcrn gentleman who dictated the following letter to his private secre- tory: "Sir my stenographer being a lady cannot type what I think of you. I being a gentleman cannot think it. You being neither will understand what I mean." What's this we hear about young KRAUSS? Is it r...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 8 January 1938

..-" ?' Fatal THE H-S U BRAND WU r 9& It. & c.i &. ' irr rrs Bditorials Some hearts have carried their burdens for years some eyes are blinded by floods of tears; some souls arc seeking rest ever striving for best. Anon. And It Ain't Gonna Rain No More There are wars and rumors of wars the skies have been cloudy and tho weather lias been wet and lnid-ycar examinations are just around the cor- ner. Days have been dark and nights have been darker. But no cloud ever completely erased tho sun and no night was ever so dark but that there came a dawn. Why up in Eskimo land the nights arc six months long but then comes the day of equal length. After the crest has been reached the clouds'will roll away and everything will come out of the wasli okay. As soon as mid-year exams arc over every one will havo an opportunity to start together again with fresh hearts and renewed vitality. Just to be frank and to get down to brass tacks all this has been said in order that wo might wish ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 8 January 1938

-"--"?-; fntfif THE n-S U HRAND rt t t t '' !!' ! '' lillll MMI II llllllllllllllll M WE'RE FOR YOU COWBOYS! Confections nnd Stationery Groceries Meats Feeds THE RED AND WHITE SIMMONS SUPPLY STORE Phone 5229 1365 Ambler Ave. . ' ' ' V &&t 3wfl& A .......-- ..-....iiii1 .......) mmSJiiiiSii S3 SJ IN ABILENE IT IS H-S U Officials Release 1938 Gridiron Schedule tONGHORN - f v.- gprts Dy Harper Van Ness Cowboys To Meet Basketball Card Includes Fifteen Tilts Cowboy fans will have nothing to fear concerning Coach Kimbrough's leaving for Old Miss next year. . . . When questioned this week ho said that ho will bo back next year "trying to put out a winning team." ... In his opinion authorities ut Mississippi aro looking for a coach from the Southwest Conference. . . . His foot- ball team next year he said would be more inexperienced but willing. . . Tho greatest weakness will bo at tho tackles. ... He has a strong freshman group coming up if they can stay eligible. ... With the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 8 January 1938

' - j rTKiyir. ira Page 4 THE H-S U BRAND Library Receives New Volumes Three Books Are Placed On Rent Shelf; Fifty Others Purchased Thrco popular volumes hnve been ndded to the rental shelf of tho Har dln-Simmons university library re cently. Thoso books selected for tho read- ers are Marjorle Hillis "Orchids on tho Budget"; Dnlo Carnegie "How to Win Friends and Influence Pcoplo"; and Larson "Sclma Logcrloff." Somo fifty volumes wero received for addition to tho regular weekly shelves. These books include Adams and Brown "Teaching tho Bright Pu- pil" 1930; J. Q. Adams "Chief Pro- Shakespearian Drama" 1929; Alberty & Thydcr "Supervision In tho Sec- ondary School" 1931; J. C. Almack "Research and Thesis Writing" 1930; J. T. Arms and D. N. Arms "Design In Flower Arrangement" 1937. A. S. Barr "An Introduction to the Scientific Study of Classroom Super- vision" 1931; Isabel Bevler" Home Economics in Education" 1928; J. H. S. Brossard "Man and His World" 1932; Brueckncr nnd Melby "Dia...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 15 January 1938

Vol. XXII Z715 IIARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXAS JANUARY 15 1938 No. 15 I Ballet Program Climaxes Lyceum Numbers For Fall mxsmm T .. This is your little rny of sunshine students reminding you Hint cxnms nre just around the corner. This is the time of year that the book-worms gloat while you cram if you cram. But there is no cause for worry if you keep your chin up and your NOTES well hidden. We nre more than glad to report that some more of our Exes liavo made good. DOC WATERS and TOLLY TOLLIVER were vigorously at work Saturday night. They are following in the footsteps of the one and only GREENBERRY MORROW! Even your regular editor BURT SHELTON lent a helping hand. Which reminds us that through a mls- quc in Xmus letters he and his old flame MARGARET WILLIAMS are again holding hands. We wish to take this opportunity to rectify nn error appearing in last week's Brand. A gossip writer's phrasing of the JERRY ALLEN inci- dent in regard to C. I. A. was a bit misleading. The unfo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 15 January 1938

w J Pag 3 THE H-8 U BRAND Sditoridls "The stoical scheme of supplying our wants by lopping off our desires is like cutting off our feet when we want "l i shoes." Jonathan Swift. j lGcltlirCS f "J !' I r -& ifc B 2. ' Thanks For The Buggy Ride It is only fitting that the student council bo commended for its initiative in giving the students of II-SU the skating party Monday evening. In contrast tothc attendance nt many of the all-uni-vcrsity socials the students turned out en masse. They did this despite the change in date and neg- ligible publicity given the affair. It is our opinion that there is a lesson to be derived from this. If the students are offered something they can enjoy or that offers enough variety to break the monotony of the cut-and-dricd calibre of the usual all-university socials they will attend and take wholehearted interest in the affair. A pink tea is all right and has its place. It pos- sibly furnishes an exciting and delightful evening for club women or a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 15 January 1938

! THE II-S U BRAND Pf 11 Return Match H. P. C Jan. 25 Williamson's Rating Cowboys 33 ! COWBOY COURTMEN TAKE HOWARD PAYNE CAGEMEN IN STORYBOOK FINISH t!s Jltg.il Pt Shtts J lty Harper Van Ness Two scrlmmnges with the McMurry Indians were held this past week one In the Corral and the other In their gym. An informal score kept in thu first scrimmage here ended about even. But the next day on their home couit the Indians insisted that the score be kept. And were their faces red when the scrimmage ended 00-48 in favor of the Cowboys. The freshman held a scrimmage with the ACC freshmen there Tucs- doy. The score was 41-41 when the playing stopped. Coach Jones start- ed a combination of Smith Markhelm Chishulm Mullins and Cowser. These boys look like they may have a win- ning team this year. In addition to his reputation as a coach Fiank Kimbrough is making quite a name for himself as a speak- er. He had two engagements the past week . . . Tuesday at Seymour and Thursday at Hamlin. Said on...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 15 January 1938

Pat 4 THE H-8 U BRAND Deaton Selects Cast For Annual Music Program Cast for tho annual volco depart- ment presentation "Esther" a sacred cantata by William B. Bradbury was selected this week by Lola Gibson Deaton head of tho department of vocal music in Hardin-Simmons unl verslty. Tcntatlvo date for presentation of tho musical story of the beautiful queen has been set for February. Students chosen for lcadinjj roles in the production arc Esther the queen Virginia Corlcyj Ahasuorus the king J. L. Dickson; Haman the king's counsellor and overseer of tho realm Avery Lcej Mordccai a Jew Aaron Grant; Zeresh Hainan's wife Mildred Jcnkcns; Mordccai's sister Dorothy Sue Collins. Prophetess Ruth Carr; n Median princess Jeanne Roberts; a Persian princess Clarlno Marsh; scribe Linn Bodlnc; beggar Jack Dean; Hegnl Dick Griffin; high priest Rupert Richardson; herald Dexter Riddle; Hcrbonah Jo Dene Probst and first maid of honor Thcda Moore. Other roles in the production will bo portrayed by memb...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 29 January 1938

J3V iJ Vol. XXII Z71S HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXAS JANUARY 29 1938 No. 16 tfll -.-.... ...I.. ... ... -. .-- I .F.. .. -- . -.. HB--.MWB; II L I. I II .HI HI l.LllLUU-BlWg!P"....g!BHBm--ffFli1-aai-? ..-1 . - t .?. !'- ' '' ill " J ... J ..I ----- . ..-- I - - .- - . I I. It' i' j lb . I' "... A Well hero 'tis the second semester and still no winter. Looks like n hard season ahead for apple blossoms niul rosebuds. Speaking of rosebuds the nomina- tions in the Brand Beauty and Beast contest closes next Wednesday bo pick out your winners and sec that they win. Incidentally an opportun- ity will be Riven this year for some old time politics and campaigning before the final go-round on the nam- ing of the most beautiful girl and the ugliest boy on the campus. And while on the subject of ugly boys 'twas my fortune to partake of a conversation recently in which the girls in the ense remarked that the boys on the Hnrdin-Simmons campus were the "slouchiest bunch of heels that they...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 29 January 1938

f -I !"' J -. t 'i A. . ? . i' THE H-S U BRAND 3r ' M . V4 I'U" - .r ;K' I tN - n. ?P tf i? tt r It v -fe F?v- rw K tv i' ?v i ii. & ir 1. C IP h' I- P" '- ri4" vy i . f iX v J ' L if 'Sditorials "I have six honest serving men they taught me all I knew their names are which and what and when and hoW and why and who." Rudyard Kipling. . Vkal To Frosh: (And Upperclassmen) "One of the apparent weaknesses of the present curriculum is the patent ignoranco of freshmen as to their courses of study. "Less than a fortnight ago a freshman was com- plaining about the courses he'd picked up the Gre- gory Gym line. "lie didn't know exactly what field he wanted to enter after graduation . But at tho time he was registered for courses in freshman algebra trig chemistry physics and analytic geometry. "lie thought maybe it was a little stiff won- dered if there wasn't some chanco to escape in at least one instance from the toils of mathematics. "And this boy's case is just an instance out of man...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 29 January 1938

"'..KJ'jWteWvftf tffl am -"rt 235 vr--yi wmbO THE n-S U BRAND Si j.j 11 'V A Cowboys Ride Buffaloes Congratulations Tetry "( Sifcifc Pot Shots 5 Sports By Harper Van Ness Tho Cowboys will have plenty of basketball next week. They will play five games on consecutive nights. Two are at home two ore at Denton and tho last is at Dallas. The first two games will be played at homo with the "world's tallest basketball team" the West Texas Duffalocs. Last year the Cowboys swept the four- game scries with the Buffaloes but this year things look more doubtful. The Cowboys may suffer their first defeat of the Reason and Coach Klm- brough's unbeaton record for home games may be ended. The Buffaloes average about 0 feet 4 in. with Ray Shackelford center towering to G feet 0 inches. He leads the Buffalo scoring with 216 points in IS games. Or an average of 12 points n game which is going some. The Buffaloes' victims include the Panhandle Aggies Colorado Mines Stephen F. Austin EST NTST Howard Pay...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 29 January 1938

0(tf ' V " Par 4 THE H-S U BRAND -TJ" . H-SU Musicians Plan Wichita Trip TroUpe Plans To Broadcast Program Station KGKO Musicians from tho i Ino arts school of Hnrdln-Slmmons university at Abi- lene will present a-serjes of programs In Wichita Foils noxt Tuesday and Wednesday. On Tuesday tho group will glvo a program at the Lundy junior high school at 8:40 o'clock and at the Wichita Falls high school at 0:40. Tho musicians will bo at the Reagan junior high school at 10:30. On Radio TM H-SU troupe will-give a radio program over Station KGKO that day. Three engagements nre scheduled for Wednesday the first at the Wich- ita Fnlls junior college at 10:30. Tho H-SU visitors will be featured on tho Optimist club program at noon will give another radio program in the nftcrnoon and will be heard on tho program at tho First Baptist church Wednesday night services. Rev. Fred C. Eastham pastor of this church is an alumnus of Hardin-Simmons. At Haskell On Monday en route to Wichita Falls the yo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 5 February 1938

11 r-r Vol. XXII Z715 HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXAS FEBRUARY S 1938 No. 17 U EXPERIENCED TROUPERS H-SU Cowboy Band For Championship Well although I hnd more to say this week thnn last GAYLE PRES- TON expressed n desire to work this week If she bo allowed to write the column sooo-o-o-o-o-o take it away GAYLE. ... Suave svelte short Schccf sudden- ly surrendered several scant claims to self (e)steem by carrying constant- ly carping Cotton to the Corral. Demo Electro Dynamo Kelly and Robert Taylor Pearce continue to make their nightly visits. Woods and WilTiur Flnnnco Corpor- ation lend any amount from 5c to $5. Interest 25 per cent. Satisfied client .lug Good who due to dire strnits had to put up one suit for one buck. FLASH! 11 Escaped convicts in- vade campus. On close inspection they're H-SU slimes who are the har- bingers of spring styles. The length of the scalp covering is not to exceed one inch. Is ye olde columniste color blind or was Aaron Mann the possessor of a bl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 5 February 1938

HjCptwsi - -jj "?m.je- J9 F - . ' r ' ''"i-.'VtTW'f i V- ' 'w-i. S n Vlk. i THE M-S U BRAND ht .vrv- smmxj-'H' Vll . f I- I 3A a A r- B?"- J1? j. KM - ZvV :i . tf.i.. k' t 9m ' gd itorials "Love sccketh in Hell's despair." not itself to please nor for itself hath any care but for another gives its ease and builds a Heaven William Blake. Ckcumatantial Evidence Cowboy Spurs "Oh we're gonna have a dry Bpeakerl O-ohl" This and other exclamations are flung abroad in the auditorium before chapel exercises when the students perceive a personage on tho platform. The guest is condemned before he has had a chance to utter a word. Student attitude can be felt by anyone behind speak because they fear the power of the pulpit and one of defiance is difficult to talk the press and are afraid not to: and through or over. The speaker is leaning on his own we hare noticed that some Just don't iron. resources tor his words and depending on the know how to act In our presence. We Njta Hayes: Any column...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 5 February 1938

!? fr . THE n-S U BRAND -- ' s i: Vines and Perry February 14 Nine Cowboys Throw Gloves - - . "i ;?r 5'WJ" &l3& " JPbmJLm j 1 A 1 t District Golden Glove Tournament Attracts Nine Entrants From H-SU Truitt Fulcher Meets Julian Alsobrook Heavyweight Two Other Contenders Sign For That Division Hnrdln-Simmons will bo well represented In the district Golden Glovo fights Mondny nnd Tuesday nights at the Sport-A-Torium with some nlno entrants in four of tho eight weight classifications of the tournament. Entries will be taken until Monday. Amateurs who are over 16 years FdDt Ellhw&ts if Dy Harper Van Ness Hardin-Simmons had its share in the winning streak of 86 in a row the John Tarleton cagcrs compiled before San Angclo's Rams edged them out by one point. It was San Angelo by the by that defeated the Stcphcnvllle boys the last time they were drubbed. . . In 1933 and by one point. Bob Glover lengthy Cowboy star who graduated at mid-term played with Tarleton in the first 22 of t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 5 February 1938

V 'rf'1- V-yi. jT? v - ' "'"" 1)iJJjJ(f Pat 4 THE H-8 U BRAND V H-SU Students Give Programs In North Texas Musical talent from Hardln-Sim-mons university presented a series of programs of vocal and instrumental specialties in north and northwest Texas this week. Programs on the good will tour were given at Gorco and Seymour to high school audiences Monday. On Tuesday and Wednesday the group was at Wichita Palls afc Wichita Falls high school Hatdin Junior college Zundy and Reagan Junior high schools. They were guests of the Lions club Wednesday and gavo two station KGKO radio programs. Entertainers included the H-SU malo qunrtcttc composed of J. L. Dickson Roby; Avery Lee Oklahoma City; Aaron Grant Breckenridgc; and Jack Dean El Paso. Ann Radcr Dallas; Jack Krnuss Wichita Falls; Gene Estes 4bllcne; and Bob King Wlchitn Falls rounded out tho pro- gram with xylophone accordion piano and trick rope numbers. Harry Hayes H-SU field secretary and Mrs. Hayes accompanied the group. Thursday ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 12 February 1938

v u-r. jw imvem' S".amarjaiL iv h isw Vol. XXII Z715 HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXAS FEI1KUARY 12 1938 No. 18 5SSSS55S55SnSBraw-i'rir.. srsBSa8fl?egKSSSSS ..- - . ...-! I " ' " .I. . L.-i -'.."'LJ-gi-JHJ--f1M.-l-l " . ... .p ..MMMMIl. ... . . ---. ..-...-. --- --..' A - in. ... .. ...... Famous Net Stars To Clash For H-S U Artist Attraction Monday Night Singles Doubles On Card For World Professionals Well Rills olo Hossfly POWELL hinifclf is on thu frco list ngnin so ho tolls mo. Ilu nml KUTII have just agreed to disagree. . . . Though WAYNE LOW was an unkjiown ad- mirer of SWEET PEA KING lie kept on sending her notes and telegrams "Say I think you're cute" until she discovered . . . and is going around quite n bit with little DUNAGAN now. . . . Wonder what happened that MAIUORIE DOBBS didn't hold the affections of the MIGHTY LOW? . . . Don't you think that the saxophone section of the Cowboy band is good? FRANCES HAWKINS the transfer librarian does since it contains HUNTER ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 12 February 1938

"ir - t VV - ! JO S p; THE n-S U BRAND . h r . i . t-. .I W' . -1 5 u; -" tef V fl& :V r - & ... Jwi I :& V & fe L' J I &. .-. ' i a 9Cr' 5 1 tV ' Sditorials Wanted: Cooperation! " That before living he'd learn how to live No end to learning: Earn the means first God surely will contrive Use for our earning." ' Robert Browning. Cowboy Spurs "Americanism" By Haynle & Hart Well the authors of Uils column hate to admit It but we arc slipping. Early this week the administrative' council in a eallcd meeting with the fine arts faculty expressed final approval of the Ilardin-Simmoiis university Varsity Show. Having successfully cleared the last pre-produc-tioa hurdle the committee in chargo of the tremen dous undertaking has asked the co-operation of Miss WANDA NORTON proved to every student. Purpose of the program is to pro- us that last week when she pulled mote a greater spirit of co-operation between the the wool over our eyes in such grand varied grups on the c...

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