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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 22 April 1939

' -m'n "w;KWr n'A THE ILS U BRAND ftftf' MM' RANGERS BEAT 4kFjrrai Till SIDELINES By BILL AMO Sports Editor That intra-imunl athletic extrava- ganza slated for tho Corral Tuesday evening has nil the earmarks of being the biggest sport feature ever offered on these Forty Acres. Almost three hours of clnssy sporting entertain- ment will be Btngod for the benefit of the public free of charge. Cham- pionship grudge and exhibition matches from ping pong to boxing are carded as gala attractions. If it's thrill nnd excitement you crave and most of us do then be on hand early Tuesday ngiht. Probably the event arousing the greatest interest is the grand finale boxing. The principals putting on the ring show will be Charlie Pond and Alex Parrlsh renowned the state over as simon pure punch art- ists. The boys squaring off against each other for the first time have Iota in common. Both of them live on the second floor of "B" entrance in Ferguson Hall formerly rooming together and arc classified...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 22 April 1939

s ;$ -7: (; rt? .'?. v 1 -.. i IV P4 THE H-S U BRAND v " l -s - HU 1941 Host For Pi Kappa Delta At tho recent Provincial Pi Kappa Delta Forensic Convention In Pine- vllle Loulslnnn W. A. Stephenson was elected Lieutenant Governor of tho Province of tho Lower Mississippi. In connection with this H-SU was chosen as host city to tho convention in 1041. The party from H-SU was com- posed of two teams including alter- nates. Competition nt this restricted meet was necessarily great; conse- quently both H-SU teams were elim- inated before the finals. After tho preliminary rounds tho group attended tho Provincial Ban- quet with Louisiana College ns host to the visiting college teams. Following tho closo of the conven- tion tho H-SU group left for Baton Rouge where they visited tho State Capital building Louisiana Stnto Uni versity and other places of historical interest. Saturday tho group jour- neyed on to New Orlonns to visit that quaint historical city. On Sun- day under tho direction o...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 29 April 1939

Brand Survey Ballot Predicts Election Results Five Days Early ly WACIL McNAIIt Whlle candidates feverishly "bent the bushes" Just before press dead- line extending last-minute promises dHnks and clgnts Day and McNair sflVl thiough n hatful of survey bal- rSJ5i put their calculating machine in n buzz and announce five days bcfoic u single vote Is cast In Wednesday's election that Wayne Evans will bo the next Piosidcnt of the Student Council. Some may laugh nnd sny this Is n bold statement but the facts were rcvenlcd through the straw poll conducted by High School Seniors Welcome the Brnnd that Evans will poll 48 per cent of all votes cast In Wednesday's election. As this lacks only two per cent being half of the entire amount of votes tho Brand feels model atcly safe in proclaiming Evans the undis- puted winner. There is n slight chance that he will win on the first ballot without going through the foi mnllty of n run-off. Lniry Cunningham draws the fa- vor for the second position nn...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 29 April 1939

vrs1 r v' ?nH ' -i ISk" "-. 1 xA - . . --- THE H-8 U BRAND V JSWijprj J 4? lC ri J ?'V o Vf p I'l ' f Air M ' W L. l'r 7 i y Ml J. V."V 'fif 3 K. 7ese Are the Candidates Promising 'Unlimited Privileges' hibh jRii HHRfrHhayjlul HHkSHHHJHl iflflflflFfiflflE ' CUNNINGHAM EVANS DAVIS MILLSAP HCr nonN ljH DEAN HENSLEE GALLEMORE CAMPBELL KING AGNEW HEITMAN AMO HH jpi?? BIH 1 LIBf IkII IkH rEaa 888888flflS88888H kf lHzfeHBB888HHH HHHHHHHHHH HHHHHlHHHI laKl7iHR888HHAl I 1 WfmwKuM 1 R-" tfiiiUHi CARTWRIGHT MAHLER CUMBIE GLENN MOORE BONNEAUX HULL LINN PARISH All -University Political Rally in Corral Tuesday Night May 2nd Primary Election Wednesday At Chap Student President and Yell Leader Races Hottest Climaxing the hottest presidential race ever witnessed on the campus of Hardin-Simmons the all-university political rally will be staged in the Corral on Tuesday night at 7:30. On the following morning in chapel the student body will go to the polls to vote in the primary election for its choic...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 29 April 1939

w'tanT".. jiwiu.Th iiimph1. fviM wo. ' 'mnm I i ..;...' j ' -j -u-v W rfirtfrynMH! " ' t THE II-S U BRAND IWt VARIED MINOR SPORTS PROGRAM ON TAP TODAY I ! ' ' "Jl" v - - .-.- -I v ( W-. tfj ' -V' r ?a IFwmki Th IDELINE2 By HILL AMO Sports Editor Ily WACIL McNAIlt Begin now to oil up thnt reel and repair thnt tnckle If you hnve not al- ready done so becnuse the anxiously awaited fishing season opens Monday Probably somo have been keeping their tackle in readiness and maybe doing n llttlo practicing bo that they will be able to cast under trees-and in - close places without fearing the loss of a .treasured lure. At the mentioning of fishing on the campus one will usually hear the name of Professor Ilond also mentioned. Through days of hard work and patience Mr. Bond has taught many students the art of bait casting. Beginning last year his classes have grown rapidly until now you cin walk across the forty acres any afternoon and find his pupils practicing their throws. He now offers a ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 29 April 1939

m. - .' E"f THE H-8 U BRAND e .( i1 J w I' n; . mt j ?v v K& i tte. '. t- c A ru ? I i-j- i?" .j. Bfcf r LV Sl ?j J Efjr; '. 'Editorials Welcome Seniors SENIORS welcome to Hardin-Slmmonsl This day is our privilege and pleasure to. show you "'our home" and anything we may do to make it more enjoyable for you will be done gladly. The exhibits and entertainment which are open on tho part of our students and instructors. Visit them. En- joy them. Criticize them. Ask questions. We have set aside this day to entertain you. Join the spirit of the occasion by meeting us half-way. H-SU is on parade and the parade is in your honor. . Dormitories are open to your inspection. Visit them. If you are planning to attend this institution today af- fords an excellent opportunity for you to inspect your future home along with members of your family and friends. "Drag you yore chair and partake of the hospitality we offer. If there is anything that you need to make tho day complete just let us kno...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 29 April 1939

SpPvww rt. w-yQrfQif.j ' '( .' '" n'0iffSi;-f-fva tllft H-9 I) UftAND . A'.'i-yT-'.xmvTTVvmim .-' A Louise Bolton . Visits Campus H-SU Alumna Only Girl Director At Music Festival Inck homo on the campus of her alma mntcr Hardln-Slmmons unlvor- slty while In Abilene for the trl-statc bnnd meet Loulao Bolton director of band and orchestra at Ysletn Texas holds n distinction of being the lone feminine bknd director among the visiting conductors for the 58 musical groups here. The Ysletn drum ensemble of twelve girls was ranked division 1 and n drum major Ernestine Grant won division 1 honors too. An H-SU graduate in 1084 with a B. A. degreo in English and a major In violin Miss Bolton joined the Ysletn faculty to touch public school music In the grades. After two years she took her present post ns director of bnnd nnd orchestra in the high school. Three years ogo the Ysleta band hnd 18 members. "Today wo have a 60-picco band a 60-volce chorus a 30- plcco orchestra nnd the drum corps" M...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 29 April 1939

4 ' - .. jW 7; J pt TUB H-S U BRAND fnw-im ...- r ( Hardin-Simmons University To Celebrate Golden Jubilee in 1941-42 Alumni and Ex-Students Plans For Observance Already Underway President Sandefer States Ideals and Objectives When Hardin-Simmons university began its forty-eighth year on Septem- ber 14 and 15 Dr. J. D. Sandefer dean of Texas senior college and university presidents began his thirtieth year as its president. The occasion marks as a dual anniversary. In 1041 and 1042 the purple and gold of Hardin-Slmmons will celebrate a golden jubilee and on the campus and among the alumni and ex-students plans for its observance are already under way. It was in 1801 that as Simmons College the task of carving an educa- tional institution from a field of mesquite and prickly pear was begun. The college opened for students on September 18 1802 and its history as a West Texas educational force dates from that beginning. In its early years Simmons college was headed by pioneer educators ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 6 May 1939

4 J Wfpitl 1K-r ' f. '! 'it Congratulations Political Winners Junior-Senior Banquet May 1 1 VriPxXHI Z714 HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVEKSITY AI1ILENE TEXAS MAY 6 1939 No. 29 ' " " ' ' ' " - -1 ..'' "".' . i I I Mil fprtaiaM'"se3w-!i-T-i-Twiilpww-M hphi.i m i i ww n 1-jf t-j-j;;- 3nalnC:lpot N DEAN l I Congratulations to the new of- ficers for next year. They all ran a Rood race and all campaigns were kept almost free of any po- litical mud-slingln'. Host of luck student council in your proposed achievements for 193940. Yours is a thankless job. Between two forces a necessarily conservative administration on one side and a would-be liberal student body on the other Bide any undertaking will be met with opposition. And the popularity that put you in office will fastly change no matter what you do. And congratulations to "Bcezer" Glenn named Bronco editor by the publications board Thursday after- noon. Twice loser to his brother in a triangle affair and to William K. Amo for intramural place No...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 6 May 1939

lrt'l lii vx w n (i - .' f "f V rv ! ' THE H-S U BRAND v- Ftf'J! 1 o r i rv ts W j! ' ' f. 'f I ' 'V J- a J . . '. t?' ;r 5 V "'is ' ;a; &'.: r . H ?& : - Sditoridls "For Some must follow and some command though a 11 are made of clay." Longfellow. Now What? Book Repiew Campus Camera THE HUMAN SIDE OP THE NEWS Edwin C. Hill By WILLIAM K. AMO Millions of people have listened to Edwin C. Hill broadcasting nt the end THE student body this week gave a vote of confidence to 12 student officers. That number was elected by clear cut margins in the annual student council election. These students .particularly officers and members ot tho day in the human side of the of the student council have more responsibility on their day's news nnd tho publisher of this shoulders than they may realize. In offering heartiest book 0XPalns so many thousands of congratulations the Brand adds the warning to student thcm wnntod c0Plc8 of his talk that he officers that much is expected of them. selected...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 6 May 1939

W"' iV?if ""V ' : v . Hv.t i' v TKB&. THE H-S U BRAND 1 4 Bb f w INTRA-SQUAD CLASH ENDS GRID DRILLS UNTIL FALL Frann The 'SIDELINE! By HILL AMO Sports Editor Coach Frank Kimbrough's Cowboy grid squad la well-schooled along football technicalities. Evidence of this excellent training was displayed prior to the opening kickoff last Sat- urday afternoon. Coach Kimbrough 'informed the stadium announcer that Kirk McKinnon and Travis Green would captain the rival teams before he told tho boys .themselves. The ..announcer in preparing for toss re- sults nonchalantly asked tho oppos- ing leaders what they would choose to do if they wero selected captains and won the coin flip. Both players came out with the same response "Defend tho north goal." Tho wind Incidentally was blowing from tho northwest that day. If Manager Gib Sandefer had been just a little earlier in writing Long Island University wc would be playing host to the eastern eleven next fall. The New York school noted tho world...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 6 May 1939

!$ ?RTOp z?t::t S ''WiJI'"' " w - - 1- - ' t V i"' THE M-S U BRAND U. . I .JJ 1 V.JHT. WJVW ! i.1. H-SU Plays Host To Record Crowd Of Senior Visitors 94 Schools Represented In Activities; Visiting Bands Add 3000 After a day spent in entertaining a throng of West Texas high school visitors Hardln-Slmmons university ended its annual senior day to find itself with now record figures for tho event. A recapitulation at the II-SU regis- tration offices showed 04 high schools represented in the day's activities. Last ycflr's mark high figure to that time was 78 schools. An afternoon open house with ac- tivities in all the university's depart- ments on display was followed by the annual Golds and Whites intra- squad grid game with which Coach Frank Kimbrough winds up spring training. Tho Golds won in a hectic tilt 27 to 21. At noon a record attendance was shown too by tho size of the throng enjoying a West Texas style free bar- becue. Will W. Watson's calculations aro in point. Tne lemonade...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 13 May 1939

' o Senior Party Monday Night Bandsters Bless Governor O'Daniel Vol. XXIII Z71 1 HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXAS MAY 1.1 1U.1!) No 30 jSgk rTf""" "" "1 TT . .m J53HI" B Bl "VH H 1 . K?8Prir Musical nmbnssuduis fiom the Southwest the Cowboy swingstcrs enn unpack thole bags and take finals nlong with the regular flunkstcrs at the cml of school all because our Hillbilly Governor must stay in Aus- tin and attempt to push through his proposed sales tax plan ami try to appease the old age pensioners with some kind of social seeuiity program. After weeks of strenuous re- hcnrsnl list of lms l make the trip was finally released and hand mem- bers studied until the woe hours Wodiusdny night for their special exams only to learn the next morn- inn that the whole trip hud been postponed. And nil tho.o pictures of the Cow- girls and Band made by Jimmy Laug- hend AP photographer cannot be lcleased until definite date for the Texas Press Goodwill tour is set. Hut with definite action alre...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 13 May 1939

V Ri.'.' -'! ''' '''; - f " - the ris u brand ' . . il XV ik ' !$ ' . . 1-v !ft 5Vi- k.3- . X iir i v ft' : wr v r' r :."!. " iV Wk" m. t- r V &'. ; W" i'TO A..f . !-rVN f ?" :"' s.4 J SjJV1 AK-S. 3i .V-TSe. I. t rJ3fi i Si&?' J rcr to V. v fetf'i I v I? r:. ?. v s.v? r- l' .MUMIInnllll if 'The old order changeth yieldme place to new. and God fulfills himself in manv wav. --t nn r...fnm .ti..lrf corrupt the world." Tennyson. ' W M )ftrW ta.WorW Famous Cowboy fih. "' procession a delegation of some MM WW parade la a doten key cities of America ate to tfco New York World's Fair. The purpose -ii: t. Screunj Scoops Creatures Campus Camera Hf Sfe -I'Vt.'J''' trek to the big city is to make the ou. . By EARL L. WILBUR Well studes this week I'm writing every bit of dirt handed to me and Wmi iimm 4m.a 1L. Ja1au.1 . It- ..i ..- .t..it.H .. Mt l- A.l .. !.. "rfwmK ww WBienwon roils out OI JJBIias nrauwr ui iiui 11. n guuui w arc k" MtiMrrreiwn tha eyes of the whole nation will be on i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 13 May 1939

0Jv.K- V THE H-S U BRAND f 4 SUCCESSFUL INTRAMURAL PROGRAM NEARS END From The SIDELINES By WAC1L McNAM Action regarding admission of HSU to the Border Athletic Con- ference which was delayed last fall la being carried out this week- end. Apparently campus enthu- siasm is not running very high con- cerning this matter. This may be because It Is so far from football season and probably farther than that from football weather. On the other hand it may be that the stu- dents do not understand the situa- tion. Well here's an attempt to explain the matter however poor an explanation it may be. Since with- drawing from the Texas Confer- ence H-SU has not been in any con- ference and has been operating as what Is known as an "outlaw club." The brnnd of ball and the way they piny it has undoubtedly been above that of the average outlaw team be- am so they have rigidly followed rules used by the Southwest Conference. However it hasn't helped the name of tho team to operate free lance and has ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 13 May 1939

ii.'j r -- - - -r. -L-irsimmrr vtj - .--. .- hpw ?v i j i iiWMi ihYi ..- -f- 4 vlfw. . . " f' - '"y Tj -1 " T i. if" 4- . '"i V -''' Pt4 THE H-S U BRAND i.l vszz'mszrzMmmBzxaa Feature Carnival Theme At Gala Fete "Right this way folks. The biggest time of your life awaits you. Cotno onot Come allll" No it wasn't a barker on the mid-way it was just Kirk McKinnon Junior president calling the Junior's and Seniors to their annual feed and get-together. The Junior-Senior banquet was held Thursday night in' the Wooten Hotel . ball room. Featuring a carnival theme bnl- lo.ons and multi-colored serpentine hung from the chandeliers. Two re- flecting revolving globes with spots were placed on the tables which was covered with confetti. Minlaturo carnival figures and souvenirs were given as favors to the guests. Bou quets of flowers occupied the center of the table. Dr Collins opened the program giv- ing the Invocation. The festivities began with "Welcome to the Midway" by Barker McKinnon. High...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 20 May 1939

'Dead Week' Starts Monday Final Issue Next Week Vol. XXIII Z714 HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXAS MAY 20 19.19 No. 31 SENIOR SOPHOMORE CLASS ELECTIONS WEDNESDAY fly. FgSy B B m . P D H- I - alCl H M- muJ IUBJ- HI ' mJ pp In one nunc issue the Hinnding lion editor ciiti wiite fuiowcll. Seiving as editor of tliu II-SU Hi mid has been pleasant although it has been a haul job. I've had expei fences I would hate to give up. Hut at the same time 1 have lost fi lends mid I legiet this gi eatly. To edit the Iliaiul however and do it conscientiously it has been necos- saly to step on toes. I have tiled to be squat e about everything and to let my conscience be my guide. I have died to help the welfnie of the student body as a whole and to help H-SU. Sinceiely I hope my "ene- mies" will foi get their Kludges against me. Hut befoie I get too deeply involved in a pi elude to n "Swan Song" theie's one thing I'd like to get "off my chest" which could piobably go unsaid. However: In the next...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 20 May 1939

1- V'l.- : w ' (. ' ?.' ' j- " v THE H-3 U BRAND ki' f . -: j. ! ."3 It. 1.'.. ;H &:.; l 'f '& .V i'i-MVT . SB? Ti f r L--V .it f?f'' CJaV. J-rtr ttrtt ' ? &' -W Y-$ ''- f.V. i" ;v- ' St"1 &.V.. K'.tn 7i ;& ft. & feF. Ji-V Wt .- "fn $. Mit. T W' ft& " ti ' .. V AAA - s j m . r&i tv:v c Saitonals 3 ) . 1. "The old order changeth. yielding place to new arid God fulfills himself in many ways lest one good custom should corrupt the world." Tennyson. .. . '.Vi v. 7 i A TTM hsgiimtMr of the school year the editors of the 7 rU Irsael pledged themselves to write a student s Scrcipq Scoops Campus Camera 4'. ?'- " '."A This little column Is anonymous this week and contributions have been heavy s cross your fingers while you scan through it. Brickbats aro apt to be a bit heavy and if n bouquet happens to land in your lap you can snub your best friend with a clear conscience. This week has been a busy one for the Jitterbugs what with the WTCC playing host for sev...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 20 May 1939

' f I -'1 " " JJF&W Ufi i . amffwi ?" ' 1. &L W-' v i 'V i' INTRAMURAL SOFT BALL TEAMS IN ' 7-S ff Rangers Tie From The SUDELHNES By WACIL McNAIR It seems that the Cowboys must content themselves with playing an- other season without connection with an athletic conference. However things don't look so bad as thoy might for next fall's grid catrpaign as the schedule has shaped up into one of the best in the school's history. And while .the Ranchers are playing their games with intersectional foes the Texas Tech Red Raiders will be in the same boat. The Border Confer- ence board expelled Tech from that loop at the Bame time they rejected the application of H-SU and the Southwest officials refused them an entrance into their league. Tech indicated that they would apply for reinstatement as soon as possible in the Border loop but It was learned that the members had voted to admit new members on invi- tation only. Therefore the Ked Raiders will have to wait for an in- vitation be...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 20 May 1939

. : -; " ' . -- W 4 . . ' r Pt.4 TMK II U BRAND wmmmmmmmkmmmm Neatly Half of U. S. College Students f'i re rM j i . it Own Way Survey Shows Mak "WoricMg' liia .way through college" has become a much-applied phrase in desribinff the typical American youth attending: one of tho nation's fifteen hundred institutions of higher learn Ing. And it is a well-founded de- scription f6r nearly half 6f them arc doing just that. A nation-wido study of economic conditions of college and university students has been conducted by tho Student Opinion Surveys of America tho results showing that 47.2 per cent "work to pay part or all of their col- lege expenses." Tho student who goes through four years of classroom and laboratory routine and as a sideline cams all his living expenses is not as common as tho one who has a part-time job that merely supplements his allowanco from'homo or a scholarship fund. Nevertheless tho Surveys clearly point out that almost five out of every ten students in this coun...

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