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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 3 November 1934

ertji? Bran a STOMP THE HILL BILLIES ONTO TEXAS TECH VOL. 19 IIAH1HN.SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXAS. NOVEMBER 3 1931 No. 7 . -4 FAVORITES WILL APPEAR IN REVUE SATURDAY V mm& WW Hi! Tonight we moot tho Dnn'l Baker Heel Sillies nnd the enemy will be ours. Oli yonh? Anyway it ain't no sin thinkin' so until after the game. We'll bet each and every one a milk- shake that tho Cowhands win and if they don't our name is Little Lord Fnuntlcroy. The Halloween party wns a Howl- ing (BOO) success. Especially when John Green and Terrell Gaines re- vealed two of the shiftiest pair of hips Hint have ever wriggled before tho eyes of H-S. U. society lions and there are some among them that have not missed hula shows in a single car- nival since the era of high wheeled bi- cycles nnd hoop skirts. Smnttcr boys? Tired of going to school? Zat so? That wistful smile and expression has come upon tho face of Lota Fne and the matching gleam in tho eyes of Dallas reveals the latest and purest "crush"! ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 3 November 1934

& PaTw TnE brand - . .. s 'h i I L W I? f n th .- i f' tf e ttr If. " 7 tj t.4 :? & " ?-v ? V1 ! ' S CHp 0rand A weekly collcgo newspaper published every Saturday during tho school year by the Hardin-Simmons Press Club in the interest of the Studeat Body of Hardin-Simmons University. Entered as second class mail matter June 22 1917 at tho Postoffice at Abilene Texas under act of March 3 1912. Subscription Price per year ......... ......... ........... $2.00 First Place in Texas Intercollegiate Press Association 1931 First Place in Texas Intercollegiato Press Association 1932 First Placo in Texas Intercollegiato Press Association 1933 First Place in Texas Intercollegiate Press Association 1934 Office: First Floor Abilene Hall 1302 University Drive. ) Downtown Office: Abilene Printing & Stationery Co. Etor-is-Chicf ........... .............. Dan Tarplcy Business Manager .William K. Ramsey Assistant Business Manager Floyd Spieler FOR THIS ISSUE EDITORIAL Gaines Shults Sam C...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 3 November 1934

r r fcti85 THE BRAND BttJ Dairy Product HaffiZ? 1C K "K . Wranglers Contest Hill Billies Here Tonight . -lU n . "77tcy Taic flcHcr" ICE MILK BUTTER and ICE CREAM Serving Hnrdin-Sinimons Patrons and Friends Daily . Freshmen To Clash With Burkburnett All-Stars H-S. U. and Daniel Baker to Fight On Parramore Field Injured Pep Rally Thursday Evening Sees Spirit At Its High Mark Injury List Dwindles Tyler Burgatny Milby and Rigsby Likely To Draw Backfield Places 1 H s '.-hi W&5?&. mm xsrs i'. St"r 9 "& .V '.-.. ". SrrV. r .. tt -e swrfujfjt y . wf v 'Jf7'. mwWii 1 'Ji'vyrb WA.& riW'.' t j .A. TT . V" J -- 'rszz:;jv Dnnid Bnker's unbeaten Hlll-Dllllcs invade Cowhand stomping ground to- night for a grim gridiron battle to maintain a rating as one of the lead- ers in tho 1034 Texas conference race. It will bo the last homo game of the year for tho Ranchmen until Coach Lcs Crnnflll's charges bring down the curtain here late in November. Beginning with one of tho most rowdy pep...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 3 November 1934

mBp 1 . Page FMr IB BRAND w w M Ml V&& J in Stadeimts FiraIli At Corral In Anunrasil IHMIbweeini Party Amid hob-goblins witches ghosts nnd other Halloween phenomena stu- dents of Hardln-Simmons university wcro entertained Monday evening in the Cowboy Corral with their Hallo- ween party. Moxley Fcatherston president of the student body opened tho pro- gram with a few words of welcome. Gaines Shults master of ceremonies broadcasting over station STYX was introduced Great Caesar's Ghost Tho Early Birds orchestra under tho direction of Burgess Brown played several popular numbers. Pcrsoncl of tho orchestra included: Burgess Brown Clinton Waters J. M. Hooks Joyce Hardy Pat Burnett Hall Hil- ton Hap Myers Hub Hill Buster Horn nnd Don Taylor. Tho program was as follows: Clog Peggy Jackson; Amos and Andy Glenn Briggs nnd Ollle Reeves; Story- Telling Hour Mildred Burnett nnd Jo Bryan; Our Gang sponsored by tho sophomoro class: Ccarlcy Read Xinard leader Pcrclful Plushbottom nnd Mothe...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 10 November 1934

typ Bran a HEAR THE MUSICALE PASS THOSE EXAMS VOL. 19 HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXAS. NOVEMBER 10 1934 No. 8 RICHESON WINS ALL - UNIVERSITY QUEEN RACE V Cowboys Rancher Squad Will Be Primed To Meet Rival Red Raiders Nccly Routh Rhome Milby And Winters Take Final Stand Against Tech Jones On Injury List Shock Troop Tactics To Be Used By Foe Against Hardin-Simmons The hour for what to Hnrdin-Sim-mons is their annual FOOTBALL game approaches. A determined Rroup of Bronc- Busting Ranchers are in Lubbock for their ninth consecutive struggle to- day with Texas Tech's touted Red Raiders. The game with all the car- Grid Graph Students who are unable to go to Lubbock will again have th0 privi- lege of enjoying nearly all of the thrills that come wJUh actually see- ing the game. The Grid Graph which made its debut in tho Southwestern game will again be used to transcribe the Texas-Tech game tomorrow af- ternoon at three o'clock in tho Corral. Admission charges will be the same as befo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 10 November 1934

3w" "t &w Fax Tw THE BRAND V H . 4 W KT. JT U?. ' . 'J ' V. .is - 1 CTtir firmiu A weekly collcgo newspaper published every Saturday during tho school year by tho Hardin-Simmons Press Club in the interest of the Student Dody of Hardin-Simmons University. Entered as second class mail matter June 22 1917 at the Postoffice at Abilene Texas under act of March 3 1912. Subscription Price per year First Place in Texas Intercollegiate Press Association 1931 First Place in Texas Intercollegiate Press Association 1932 First Placo in Texas Intercollegiate Press Association 1933 First Place in Texas Intercollegiate Press Association 1934 Office: First Floor Abilene Hull 1302 University Drive. Downtown Office: Abilene Printing & Stationery Co. Editor-in-Chief Dan Tarolcv Business Manager - Assistant Business Manager Managing Editor Gaines Shults Sports Editor Mach Machcn News Editor Ccnrlcy Kinard Society Editor Mary Helen Terry Desk Editor Paulino Slrillcr Special Reporter - Hoyt West S...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 10 November 1934

-: THE nilAND Pfe Tfcretf" a. -& '.4 A u-ixx J7 rj 0 -) L Cowboys Take Conference Bout From Billies SERVE Ran?" &nHMTTi& iiiijiiyii.u Better Dairy Products "77iy rMc ZfcHer" ICE MILK BUTTER and ICE CREAM Serving Hardin-Simmons Patrons and Friends Daily Junior Cowboys Defeat Burkburnett All -Stars Ranchers Get Away For Flying Start To Lick Hill Billies 6-0 Runback of Punt By Howell In First Frame Paves Way For Tally Si Addington Scores Cowhand Defense Clicks To Stop All Daniel Baker Scoring Drives Hardin-Simmons who close their 1034 football season week after next ngatnst Austin college rang-up a 0 to 0 victory In tho first quarter over Daniel Baker last Friday evening. It was the locals' first bucccss in four starts and their last chance for a favorable decision before tho Novem- ber 24 date rings own the curtain on their Texas conference competition an season. Fleet-footed Buck Howell behind tho expert interference of Pete Tyler ran back n nunt to within easy floor ing ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 10 November 1934

HI Page Four THE BRAND . i.' i Mfiss Mamsy Emiteirtaninis Yfisfiftfiiniig nsteip Wfiftlu Tea Class Beauties Are Presented In Revue AtjChapel Saturday President of Student Body Introduces Aspirants And Escorts Miss Nona Knto Ramsey of the Hardin-Simmons university fine nrts department was hostess Sunday for n tea honoring her sister Mrs. E. M. Woodrum of Denton. Miss Ramsey was assisted in en- tertaining by her mother Mrs. II. II. Ramsey. Guests called between the hours of four and six o'clock and were served in a setting of roses and chrysanthemums. Mrs. Woodrum was accompanied here by her husband and six-months-old daughter Norma Jo. They re- turned to Denton today. H-S. U. STUDENTS COMPETE IN CONTEST (Continued from page one) woven with a metallic thread in stripe effect. Her design was in brown and gold. Miss Moore submitted a de- sign of Romantavel Opcnhym's new taffeta back Lyons type velvet in block. It is the first year that Simmons students have been invited to com- pete in ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 17 November 1934

"? 4 Beat College of Mines Beat Austin College I $ VOL. 19 HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY AIHLENE TEXAS. NOVEMHEU 17 1934 L ; No. 9 hp Brand r""1 jsBl Comment Allcz-Vousl That's French and only those who graduate with honors know what it means. Wo met the enemy in Lubbock nnd did they greet us I In fnct thev bavo n few of the football men's scalps to remember the fatal day. And the ride back was lovely. Join tho foot- ball team or tho band nnd see the world by moonlight. The senior brawl was a brawl of the first degree. And the drinks were classy and were just a shade strong- cr than Coca-Cola. Mr. Ilurnnm wants to know if all the drinks arc like that. And he had a pretty big time. He just got into the spirit(s) of the thing. All that Dallas needs is the money to get a license. He has already moved into the girls' hall. While he and Lota Fay were spooning in the corner two baggage men brought his trunk in packed with pajamas and long handled underwear. A note from his mother accompanied ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 17 November 1934

yrr rt A-1 -n "M flKW -Vt i PCTwe THE nnANi) : ;" ! IF Yr ItSr l l! I '' f t LV I li K isj i 9: Z& -jV" i. i - W &' AT Wll Brand A weekly collcgo newspaper published every Saturday during tho ackool year by the Hardin-Simmons Press Club in the interest of tho Studeat Body of Hardin-Simmons University. Entered aa second class mail matter Juno 22 1917 at tho Postoffico at Abilene Texas under act of March 3 1912. Subscription Price per year - $2.00 First Place in Texas Intcrcollegiato Press Association 1931 First Placo in Texas Intcrcollegiato Press Association 1932 First Placo in Texas Intcrcollegiato Press Association 1933 First Placo in Texas Intercollegiate Press Association 1934 Office: First Floor Abilcno Hull 1302 University Drive. Downtown Offico: Abilene Printing & Stationery Co. Editor-in-Chief - Dan Tarpley Business Manager ...... William K. Ramsey- Assistant Business Manager Floyd Spieler Managing Editor Gaines Sliults Sports Editor Mnch Machcn News1 Editor - Cc...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 17 November 1934

'tmwBiwv' tr- I j7-rr -ti THE DRAND PAftTkrM nA .1 ianoer it Better Daity- Froductt SERVE BEniBIHfe 3i& 0EZB& ' V r. 'A Cowboys And Miners Tangle In El PasoToday Red Raiders Swamp Wranglers In Rough Frag Cowboys Beaten 13-0 By Matadors On Foreign Soil Enemy Scores In Third Period When Tyler Fumbles Try For Punt 3500 See Annual Clash Cowmen Threaten Seriously In Last Quarter But Fail To Score Texas Tech's Maroon Mnrnudcrs in breaking the Cowboy jinx that for nearly a decade has not allowed them to win a game by more than a touch- down garnered their most crushing victory in the team's history 13 to 0 over Coach Les Cranfill's Ranchers Friday in Lubbock. The Matador win was six points better than the score in any of the four successes they have recorded thus far in nine starts against the Cowhands. It was well into the third quarter beforo n Tech crowd of 3500 could find lcavo to applaud the commend- able Red Raiders' performance. At this point Tyler Cowboy fullback fumbled n ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 17 November 1934

s: r V-'" Page Four THE BRAND 'w. Wnlsini anud HinidQini JMsurry fa Ekrtra atardlaiy MIoirini T. B. Wilson Jr. and Turner Leo Hcndon both former students of Hnr-din-Slmmons university wero married in a morning service nt Elcctra No- vember 10. Reverend Clark Russell pastor of the First Methodist church officiated. Mrs. Wilson attended Hardin-Sim-mona in 1031 where she was promi- nent in campus activities. Mr. Wil- son was graduated last spring. He was a member of the intra-mural council vice-president of the history club and an education major. The couple will mako their home In Electra. Mr. Wilson is teaching in a small school near there. Left-Handers Club Elect New Offifcers Left-Handers elected officers in its first meeting Wednesday October 7. The officers are: Mary Overahincr Abilene president; Paul Wright. Pet- erborough New York vice-president; Gladys Davis Ballingcr secretary; Clara Welch Brcckenridgc social chairman. This club organized Inst vear under the direction of Prof...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 24 November 1934

l'iT" Tr'sprY p- "'.'.g'y ' $r"w -y-f'r-'-'" 1 &t)l Kill The Kangaroos Beat Austin College VOL. 19 HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXAS NOVEMBER 24 1934 No. 10 COWBOYS END SEASON TODAY WITH KANGAROOS "."j - " "" '"." ""' ran a I r I i' Women's Forum To Present Exhibition In Carnegie Library 25 Taylor County Artists To Display 150 Works In Abilene Total of ICO works of 25 Abilene and Taylor County artists have boon entered In the first annual open air exhibit of the Art Unit of the Wom- an's Forum scheduled Friday nnd Saturday of this week. The exhibition will be held on the grounds of the Carnegie Public li- brary with the exhibition booths placed on the sidewalks. Art works will bo displayed between the hours of 3 and 9 o'clock each day. If the weather Is Inclement tho exhibit will bo moved to tho City Hall auditorium across the street. The collection includes oil paint- ings water colors pastels charcoal drawings pencil sketches wood carv- ing wall hangings apd non-commerci...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 24 November 1934

A I) ". PTw THE BRAND f. ! V- r .1 w . i- lyiV.-' . V f' i -' v . BK C r lljp iftnuifl A weekly college newspaper published cveiy Saturday during the school year by tho Hardin-Simmons Press Club in the interest of the Student Body of Hardin-Simmons University. Entered as second class mail matter Juno 22 1917 at tho Postoffico at Abilene Texas under act of March 3 1912. Subscription Price per year ................82.00 First Place in Texas Intcrcollcgiato Press Association 1931 First Place in Texas Intcrcollcgiato Press Association 1932 First Place in Texas Intercollcgiato Press Association 1933 First Place in Texas Intercollegiate Press Association 1934 Office: First Floor Abilene Hall 1302 University Drive. Downtown Office: Abilene Printing & Stationery Co. Editor-in-Chief Dan Tarpley Business Manager .William K. Ramsey Assistant Business Manager ...................Floyd Spieler Managing Editor Gaines Shults Sports Editor ..! - .'. Mach Machcn News Editor Ccarley Kinard Society...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 24 November 1934

PfThrM ijf rKi!ti K.sr x' to- r t v. Fetter Dairy Products SERVE ariJJVIJ.T! Hiiiiyij;u THE BRAND P anocr life v 'V -if: IHB"'4MA-naflhMLliBmP HSU Freshmen To Clash With Tech Yearlings Junior Cowhands Play Final Match In Lubbock Today Tech Eleven Is Rated Four Touchdowns Better Than Cowmen Injury List Is Depleted Ranchers Show Plenty Stuff In Late Scrimmage With Varsity Ilnrdln-Slmmons freshmen will don their uniforms for the Inst time this season when they meet the powerful yenrllngs of Texas Tech Saturday af- ternoon. The first yenr Cowmen will enter the fray underdogs by four touch- downs. The Tcchsters boast n sea- son of overwhelming victories against strong competition. They have de- feated Plninview Junior college GG-0 and NMMI 18-0. The powerful Ama- rillo Junior college barely managed to eke out a 13-7 win over the Picadors. The II-S fish do not boast nn en- viable season but have shown fine form in recent scrimmages with the Varsity. All the first year men nro in good cond...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 24 November 1934

fj I Page Four THE BRAND S 4 b Bmirad-BroiniOT lira W(D)tira Members of the Bronco and Brand staffs of Hnnlln-Slmmons university were entertained with an informal party and buffet supper Monday night in the Wooten Hotel. SI Addlngton acted as master of ceremonies. All tho guests participated in n prgorom of original games which in- cluded "Fruit - Basket Turn - Over" "Lovers' Plight" and "Going to Jeri- cho." High prizes went to Doc Phlpps and Mac Machcn was nward- cd tho high prize for molding the cleverest animal from chewing gum. A brief business session was held nnd the Brand-Bronco members elected Helen Joyncr as pep leader for tho Brand-Bronco football team. At the close of tho games a buffet supper was served to the guests from the colonial suite. Those present were: Glenn Ray Gilmer; Mnxinc Simmons Haskell; Malcolm Bridges Floydada; Rosa Crockett Ballingcr; Gaines Shults Brcckcnridge; Norma Suo Tippcn Abilene; Billy Morrow Abilene; Jane Guinn Abilene; Mach Machen Abi- lene B...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 8 December 1934

l-TTTupr.--- -'14 f 1 Hear The Choir Boys v- Support Intra- mural Games 'V VOL. 19 IIARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXAS DECEMBER 8 1931 No. 11 CHOIR BOYS TO GIVE PROGRAM THURSDAY NIGHT f mp Bran a v l h Students PP Hullol.. And did you have a big Thanksgiving? Don't answer. Every- body did nearly so if you didn't it was probably your own fault. At least it may be Raid that this is a drier nation than it was Just before Thanksgiving judging from the hilar- ious tales of those who report an .extra good time. From Wednesday noon until Mon- day morning was indeed a short re- cess but it was about two days too long for Rena and Estclle to be sep- arated from the boya they loft be- hind so Saturday night found them patiently waiting for Buck and Theo to rescue them from the bonds of Mary Frances. And all 'day Saturday they were as friendly with passers on the campus as a candidate for uni- versity queen. The Garner boy and the Burns girl. And may the romance continue to grow to blosso...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 8 December 1934

Page Two THE IIIIANI) li' ? w 7 r vi iq '-; ' .--. SI 1. 1 1 l V -f "" A weekly college newspaper published every Saturday during tho school year by tho Hardin-Simmons Press Club in the interest of tho Student Body of Hardin-Simmons University. Entered as second class mail matter Abilene Texas under Subscription Price per year First Place in Texas Intercollegiate Press Association 1931 First Place in Texas Intercollegiate Press Association 1932 First Place in Texas Intercollegiate Press Association 1933 First Place in Texas Intercollegiate Press Association 1931 Office: First Floor Abilene Hull 1302 University Drive. Downtown Office: Abilene Printing & Stationery Co. Editor-in-Chief Business Manager Assistant Business Manager Floyd Spieler Managing Editor Gaines Shults Sports Editor Mnch Machen News Editor .'. Ccarlcy Kinard Society Editor Mary Helen Terry Desk Editor Pauline Shillcr Special Reporter Hoyt West Special Reporter Burton Shelton Special Reporter John Blake Special R...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 8 December 1934

-vr THE BRAND Pjre Tkre TW' V Fetter Dairy Products SERVE 41J1VJ.T Lv:t jtiui j:m P aow life Cowmen End Season With Win Over Austin Wranglers Score 32 Points In Fourth Period Min 45-9 Burgatny Returns Punt 103 Yards For Touchdown In Third Frame Three Play Last Game Howell Burgatny Scroggins Addington and White Make Touchdowns AUSTIN GAME FINALE FOR THESE By MACK MACIIEN Ilrand Sports Editor Like nn angry Riant suddenly aroused from n long.spell of sleeping sickness Hardin - Simmons Cowboys unleashed aggressive forces that had been dormant until the final game of the season and in the second half jarred a hefty Austin college eleven into oblivion with a barrage of touch- downs Saturday afternoon on l'arrn- moro field. The score was 45 to 0. In handing the bigger and slower Kangaroos who had previously play cd to a tie Howard Payne 1D34 Texas conference champions their worst beating of the year the entire Cow- boy team stood out with a dazzling exhibition of speed blocking and broken-...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 8 December 1934

Page Fonr THE I1RAND P5 IKajppa Delta mlb)irs Feted Ina Wtini Three organizations of Hardin- Simmons university the men's and women's oratorical and debating so- cieties and the Pi Kappa Delta chap- ter of the national debating Bocicty joined in holding one of the most interesting of the week's social nf- falrs a party at tho Wooton hotel. Kelly Barnctt Pi Kappa president presided for a program. Mildred Bar- nctt gave n reading Wilfred Lcsslng discussed moral nnd spiritual values of debating and Gordon Suits gave an accordion number. Refreshments in a Thanksgiving motif were served to Dr. and Mrs. W. A. Stephenson Dr. and Mrs. O. E. Baker and Miss Thclmn Andrews sponsors and 45 members of the three organizations o SPORT SLANTS (Continued from page three) to and would put .up a fight for the job. Billy Hnrris end mnkes the grade because of his game against Tech. John Green and Carol Benson- good at tackle with prospects of be- coming demons later on. At least one or two of these four...

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