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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 2 May 1936

w '" i.W' .'-"t'-" 'CyT? i '-V ' o - Mar 2 193 THE BRAND Tennis Exponents Recount Stories Of Ballard Coached Teams Of Hardin-Simmons fhis year 1b no different from the rest so the accomplishments of Prof. M. M. Ballard mild-mannered tennis coach of Hardln-Slmmons university since 1020 cannot go unsung on this campus. Prof. Ballard came to Hardln-Slmmons as n teacher of Spanish in 1921. He took no active part In tennis on the campus at that time but spent his Bummers attending Leland-Stanford university in California. Whilo in the Pacific coast school ho annexed the singles tennis chnmplonship of the summers of 1021-22 and with his partner took the doubles champion- ship of 1021. Ho returned to Hardin-Simmons to resume his duties in the Spanish de- partment of which he is now head and was elected tennis coach. This was whilo tho university was a mem- ber of the Texas Conference and Prof. Ballard ushered in his first year of couching scrvico by leading his team to a clean sweep of tho...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 2 May 1936

V""' " - "f i Pat Faw THE BRAND May 2 1936 "Spring Carnival'9 Theme Of Annual Freshman Social With a "Ipring Carnival" setting 106 members of the freshman class of Hardin-Iimmons held their annual banquet Monday evening at the Wooten hotel. The spring season was designated through the decorations favors and place cards. Avery Lee served as master of ceremonies during the program and Bill Cherry president presided throughout the dinner hour. "Lipstick and Lavender" a talk oy Kelley Darnett senior student was the feature of the entertainment. Elizabeth Bagwell and Aaron Grant accompanied by Rachael B. McDonald gave several vocal num- bers. Jack Krauss played the accor- dion and Herman Bomar gave a few whistling solos. A freshman orches- tra directed by John P. Ccrmlnaro furnished the music during the din- ner hour. An ocorina trio composed of Sam Guthcridge Marion Wllke and Vernon Pettis was the featured number of the orchestra. Colored candles tied with purple and gold cellophane wer...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 9 May 1936

--M(pMlwi!:r WTyr r W$?$ T- .'T" '-' "flWrPni "' " rand 1 !! NEWS TIPS: Formtr Editor ... l Page 1 Student Election Page 1 Centennial Game Page 3 Campus Comment Page 2 ' - 1 mm First In Support of Hardin-Simmons Abilene and Texas Centennial )L. 20 HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY AKILENE TEXAS MAY 9 1936 No. 30 I' '.:' Fv.;; H.-S. U. .History Heads Elected To Club Offices Richardson And Landers Get Historical Association Appointments E. M. Landers history instructor nnd Dr. R. N. Richardson vice-president and head of the history depart- ment were elected to fill offices nt the annual convention of the histori- cal club held Saturday in Graham. Landers was elected secretary- treasurer and Dr. Richardson was named as a member of tho publica- tion committee. Judge R. C. Crane of Sweetwater president of tho West Texns Historical association was re- elected president. The association plans to issue its yearbook for 1930 in September or October instead of December in or- der to have it in print ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 9 May 1936

( .. P-Si. fer Iss K s k: IM I' lr k lJ 8r ' " i if r ' 1 r I& i.-K. s?v ti& V'J' 4 wmmmmm THE BRAND May 9 193ft ' t : .- fv. - m.i fci -4. (Ji)c Vraub A weekly college newspaper published every Saturday tartar the school year by tho Hardln-Simmons Press Club la the interest of the Student Body of Hardln-Slm-kom University. Entered as second class mail matter Juno 22 1917 at the Postoffico at Abilene Texas under act of March 3 1912. wgraMfimwrrrmtfi ti' -r - nm - iit-w-j Subscription Price per year $2.00 COTIRENT CAMPUS COMMENT Editorial Office: First Floor Abilono Hall 1302 Univer- sity Drive. Downtown Office: 2-11 Hickory Street. Telephones 7211 0r 6751 GAINES SIIULTS Editor D. P. McCARTY JR Business Manager Ccarlcy Einard Associates Editor Si Addington Associato Editor Mack Maclien Sports Editor Fay Morrison Society Editor iloyt "West Desk Editor Burton Sholton Copy Editor Willard Foster Asst. Business Manager "Wayno Petty Finance Manager Sarah Elizabeth Cox Columnist Koc...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 9 May 1936

K )--. J 3 ?. May 9 1936 THI3 BRAND vv .T-v7y-' "" COWBOYS TO PLAY CENTENNIAL GAME To Tackle Texas j School Of Mines In Dallas Oct. 1 Special Train To Run From College Towns To Site Of Battle Exes To Hold Reunion Addition Of Tussle Brings Rancher Schedule To Eleven Conch Klmbrough's 1030 edition of the Cowboys will play nt tho Texas Centennial exposition next year de- spite tho failure of Texas Tech to af- ford them competition. Arrangements were completed Inst week for tho Ranchers to meet tho Texas School of Mines of El Paso ns a part of tho exposition sport pro- gram. Tho game will bo played in Centennial stadium October 1. The deal was closed in a long dls- tnnco telcphono conversation between Jimmy Stewart S. M. U. and Centen- nial sports director and G. B. Sandc- fcr Hardin-Simmons athletic man- ager. Tho game will bo staged as an nft- crnoon bnttlo and "plans now call for Hardin-Simmons students to ride a special tinin to tho Centennial city for tho tilt. Mack Saxon Mjncs con...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 9 May 1936

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 16 May 1936

ZWi 4 A U V NEWS TIPS: Promote Your School Softball Race First In Support of Hardin-Simmons Abilene and Texas Centennial Page 2 IPage 3 -.Page 1 -Page 2 Alumni Ilanquct . Campus Comment . OL.M HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXAS MAY 16 1936 No. 31 f 1 fl v 'PftffTiPfffi'Jffk.JMsgPfgaWff Brand 8IJI? i. W' I-- srf' sssi&m ymtm iv . . wzr. Hello for next to the last time! Improvement of Miss Head's gout and the rapid approach of deadweck has definitely cut down on the scan- dal hereabouts this week but Gregg and Utley won't bo stopped. Their latest escapade (at this writing) and let us hope their last was the invasion of the Mexican dance last Tuesday night. They were not content to stand peacefully by and let the celc- brators enjoy themselves but had partake of some of the merriment themselves. This they did by trip ping lightly to the strains of a Mex lean dance band. Tarpley was right I All who lost faith in the great but now departed editor of the Brand because of his unse...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 16 May 1936

fr T I." ' "TVfWf'j 4 " - u Ffe Two THE BRAND May 16 193S wmrrsrrs- t? k W " v. ( v f .!'. ?r C- 3 j S.1 Kv fe at. V v I. U . t r h V r- iV I jf o . ' ' Tj? i1 w fe'ra f 'li- A" IP I '- ' . 'f . t' I- I- ?; dlir gratril A weekly college newspaper published every Saturday itoriB the school year by the Hardin-Simmons Press Club is the interest of the Student Body of Hardln-Sim-wow University. Entered as second class mall matter June 22 1017 at the Postofflce at Abilene Texas under act of March 3 1012. Subscription Price per year $2.00 Editorial Office: First Floor Abilene Hall 1302 Univer- sity Drive. Downtown Office: 241 Hickory Street. Telephones 7211 or 5751 GAINES SI1ULTS Editor D. F. McCAIlTY JB Business Manager Ccnrlcy Kinard Associate Editor Si Addington Associato Editor Mack Maclien Sports Editor Fay Morrison Society Editor Hoyt West Desk Editor Burton Sholton Copy Editor Willard Foster Asst. Business Manager Wayne Petty Finance Manager Sarah Elizabeth Cox Columnist Kocnig And...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 16 May 1936

yYW iwnmn mgsm May 16 1938 not mand " ' A- .r i . W" fc. . OJi r V ST ' lr. '. n; WATER POLO TEAM TO ENTER TOURNEY Phys-Eds Pace Softball Race For First Week Intra-City Water Carnival To Be Held In Legion Swim Pool Swimming Trunks And Pool Passes To Be Given Winners Guiding Hands of Bronco Hill Morrow Abilene editor and Vernon Ycarby El Paso busi- ness manager of the 1936 Bronco recently distributed to students. These two developed the most elaborate and largest yearbook ever published by Hardin-Simmons university. Event Set For Tuesday Local Colleges Expected To Enter Men In Every Division Second annual intra-city water car- nival and water polo tournament will be staged Thursday at the American Legion pool with Hardln-Slmmon? team defending champions in the polo event. Trophies prizes and pool passes are being offered to team win- ners high point men and first sec- ond and third places in each event. Last year's Cowboy team composed of Carl Garner Ollie Reeves Si Ad- dington Gaine...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 16 May 1936

J. ' T I f Page Fow THE BRAND May 16 19M Remind Table Plains (QaMesn Party Feir BUS. U. Mothers Hardin-Simmons Round Tablo club held Wednesday at the home of Mrs. C. M. Caldwell made tentative plana for holding a garden party May 28 at the homo of Dr. and Mrs. J. D. Sandcfer. Mothers of all students in the uni- versity will bo Invited to call at tho campus homo of tho president. Final plans for the party will be perfected through committees which will work under the general direction of Mrs. W. A. Stephenson. They were announced at the meeting as follows: Mrs. M. M. Ballard Mrs. Otto O. Watts Mrs. Julius Olsen Mrs. Hoyt Ford Mrs. J. E. Burnam menu. Mrs. H. It. Arrant Mrs. W. D. Rich Mrs. W. D. Bond Mrs. N. A. Moore Mrs. Frank Ktmbrough Mrs. G. B Sandcfer decorations. Mrs. Emmctt Landers Mrs. Rupert N. Richardson Mrs. 0. E. Baker re- ceiving line. Mrs. Herbert M. Preston Mrs. Frank Junell Mrs. Marion McClurc Mrs. E. Edwin Young program. Mrs. D. W. Arnettc Mrs. E. B. Atwood Mrs. Oscar...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 23 May 1936

iBrand hp NEWS TIPS: Caiupus Comment Music Review First In Support of Hardin-Simmons Abilene and Texas Centennial -Page 4 ..Page 3 Class Editions Editorials -Page 1 ..Page 4 JL VOL. 20 HARD1N-P1MMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXAS MAY 23 1936 No. 32 1 COMMENCEMENT EXERCISES TO BE HELD TUESDAY JUNE 2 v f i-f For the last time we greet youl True to predictions there will be no tears merely a little sentimental- ity for after all it is just once in a lifetime that one comes to write the last Branding Iron of one's career and one has really enjoyed it this year thanks to you all. Now for the business at hand. Mack Alexander and Conway Frost broke over the traces just one week too soon. and transported themselves to the baronial estate of the little Ball girl for one last night of courting. Strange was along as usual and Frost and JWack slunk back to their lair late in the evening. They can probably tell you the number of steps from here to the estate if any of you prospec- tive summer termers...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 23 May 1936

.1. - u- - fj-v tf Twa THE SIMMONS BRAND May 23 1936 BRAND BEAUTIES WIN INTRAMURAL SOFT BALL TOURNEY t j ." t ' M 4 fl P" 65?- " & :"i r T t $&. Pi ni' . lvto. - ' i ;;it i Aquatic Carnival At Legion Down Ministers 4-1; Take Final On Fluke Forfeit Russell Hits Homer To Tie Score In Last Inning Of Tussle Lose Filler To All-Stars Polk Promises Program Of Better Balanced Play Next Year Brand Beauties remain paramount in the field of sport on Gospel hill to- rdny in lieu of their smashing last- inning rally against the Ministers when they downed the Parsons 4-1. Trailing 1-0 until the final frame the Beauts came to bat for the last time with the wolves on their necks and tho crowds going home but Bed- ford Russell firey outfielder stepped to the plate and drove the first ball pitched deep into center field for a home run tying the score. In rapid order three more tallies were shoved across the plate and it was first to the ball game. The preachers were retired in 1-2-3 order and...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 23 May 1936

V ' ) W'' ' :? 'J& Better $ May 23 1936 THE BRAND Deaton To Teach Voice In Cliigaco Musical College fc Act As Guest Instructor For Summer Session Of School Loin Gibson Denton hcnd of the depnrtment of voice nt Hardin-Simmons university will bo guest tench- cr nt tho Chicago Musical coIIcro this summer. She will return to Abilene early in tho fall to resume her wor' nt the University. Summer cntnloguc of tho collcpc has this to sny nbout Mrs. Deaton'a work there this summer: "Loin Glbson-Dcnton music bnchc- lor Chicago Musical college is direc- tor of voice nnd choral music in Hnr-din-Simmons university school of fine nrts Abilene Tcxns. She has bad 15 years of experience ns n tcnchci and is well known for her anoaranccs ns n concert nnd oratorio singer throughout the South nnd Enst. Mrs. Denton hns studircd with Oscnr Sacn- ger Frcdric Martin Grabnm Heed Isnac Pnn Grove nnd others." Mrs. Denton will appear in artist recital on July 15. Her concert will follow one given by George...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 23 May 1936

Xi 'ft-i- ' fflfr v 'W MM(''ir--?jW1 ' f'c4f "wvirttjiKijfjwr t if""'' S? fiT't' -.; -Drtt1.r'B'wil THE BRAND May 23 ftM a tiwr;? PtfWfyJimglH in- W . "" I1H ttHrt Jjfft. WW !! .' " A weekly ewlefo Rewspaper published every Saturday -. i a dvrteff tli school year by the Hardin-Slmmons Press Cftfcja the interest of the Student Body of Hardln-Slm- v " ." ' r- y- ; - - . lass aa smwU class mail matter June 22 1017 at i . ?-": ? ak FaaWfiea at Abilene. Texas under act rji '.' I'."?-1 K 9 JWCI1 g. fcl jaa8jtfJM Per yc" 200 . ' "'' ' Editorial Office: First Floor Abilene Hall 1302 Univcr- L wn"bUfa vniw. - Aawva.jr W"--" xeiepnones 711 or 0701 nMcnMnaaeMmninesK3ftVMaaBavaBMMg0Ma!anHMnn39naaKnaasgBMKat A' GAINES SIIULTS Editor .D. P. McCARTY JR Business Manager f- . .' .. .7 .Poarlnv KitinrH AnsnnifttA Kmtnr f Si Addington Associates Editor ' -. Mack Machcn Sports Editor V Vav Mnrrinnn Rnnintv Editor k?ih (Tnvt Wnot T")nak 'Rflitnr .vj m i o ........................ vu u.v. Uii' t. """ """...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 23 May 1936

' V - ' ' ' wwr irp qgqiQfripy . ' iih. "M & May S3 1986 THE SIMMONS BRAND v?f: Leave For Centennial June 5 The world famous Cowboy band of Hardin-Simmons university which will be heard by tourists to the Texas Centennial celebrations in Dallas this summer. The musicians will leave Abilene June 6 to begin a round of engagements which will take them through the most of the summer. Marion D. McClurc conductor Is shown at right. f MAU&$& fTwS ZK nffraa ?rt B. S. U. Presents Pen To Sponsor Carpenter Receives Pearl And Emerald Token From Group Members of B. S. U. at their last 1930 meeting presented their spon sor Miss A. M. Carpenter with gold pen set with emeralds and pearls as a token of their appreciation for the work she has done for the organiza- tion. Program of the meeting included discussions of plans to attend the Ridgecrost Retreat to be held in North Carolina June 10-18 and the Texas B. S. U. conference to bo held in Glen Rose August 24-28. Plans were also made fo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 23 May 1936

JP - j. . s ( r -.iir-. Page 0 THE BRAND May 23 19S6 1 " fr Ljf Classical Club Holds Final Meeting With 0. E. Bakers Classical club of Hardin-Simmons made up of students of tho Latin and Greek departments of the university held their last meeting of tho year Thursday at tho homo of tholr spon- sor Mrs. 0. E. Baker on North Eigh- teenth street. Tho program was presented by the class studying Greek and Roman mythology. Esther Dickens secre- tary explained tho setting for tho program which was the region of tho kingdom of Pluto tho king of the "lower world." David Crow presided as Minos tho judge who pronounced a sentenco upon each member taking part sending them either to the "Elyslan fields'" the abodo of the happy or to "Tartarus" where the wicked were thought to dwell. Mrs. G. R. Grant gavo "Mythology in Modern Opera"; Mrs. Mary Mc- Curdy Simmons gavo "Mythology Among the' Stars"; Himalaya Swaf- ford gavo "Mythology In Modern Ad- vertising"; Miss Dickens read an orig- inal poem "Ac...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 15 September 1936

jU-' u j S' "i i-VV .s I.- For This Issue CIRCULATION 1200 Copies NEWS TIPS: How To Reglsttr "'i -Page 1 -Page 1 Play Hlll-Billles Friday - Campus Comment (letter) Page 2 Off and On (Sports) Page 3 is -v u VOL. XXI HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXAS SEPTEMBER 15 1936 No. 2 FORTY-FIFTH SESSION BEGINS AT H.-S. U. R W a hp Brand c n. I If" v-' vs H OS ens r 'i 'h I' t isr w Hhbbvm. an Ml Pi'1'" 7inl It is still good to see you all I The water has tumbled under the .bridge for nigh on 45 Septembers and again if wo may say PROS- PECTS are still the BRIGHTEST (also for the forty-fifth time) for everything and everybody on the H-S. U. ranch. . Early though it may be some "die- hards" have already gone wild in predicting a RECORD enrollment this fall. There's no tax on getting rash but just to be satisfied if bona-fide cash customers equal the listed en- rollment for last year. That should you care to know would make about the biggest slew of slimes and studcs seen in these parts since...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 15 September 1936

". "HfflP" ?. T? rv N " ITT' V ?' PateTwe THE BRAND - ' t. l; 7 -. &!- I U i. ! m. -. if J CVs' ;" - H" f l : - ?'. -'. r t-V9. At .?' " ;. s& . . ;'.&?' Sfe" Sip lrttb A WMkly celiac Mwapaper published every Saturday Aarlat the school year by the Hardln-Slmmons Press Chse fa the iatanat of th Student Body of Hardin-Slm- UBlTtntty. m aeed data mail natter Jane 22 1917. at the Peetoffiea" at Abilene Texas tinder act ' of March 8 1912. Sataerlptioa Price per year $2.00 CURRENT CAMPUS COMMENT x Mftarktt Office: First Floor Abilene Hall 1302 Univei ai Drive. Downtown Office: 241 Hickory Street Telephones 7211 0r 6751 Machen Edtor-in-Ohief Jerome Newman Business Manager Why reason ye because yc hnvc no bread? perceive yo not yet neither understand T linvc ye your heart yet hardened? Having eyes sec yo notT audhaving cars licar yc not! and do yo not remember! St. Mnrk 8:17-18. WELCOME AGAIN W7ELCOME addresses have been in order since "A dam first led Eve into their garden home...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 15 September 1936

ym THE BRAND j.r$. At i . wm m' ' -.1 IS -n. .. f ft r.;'k xytr v m ixt: sift r-w:t k .t . SERVE Dafcy . g- a ?..' li & fep; J..-- H p: a- M.i -' &-A n r c Js ;'".' 4i V '. 1 COWMEN Waco Bears Boast Fifteen Veterans For 1936 Machine Eleven That Beat Cowboys Last Year Stronger Than Ever Onlyn week after tho forthcoming Friday nigh tgamc with the Daniel Baker Hill Billies Coach Kimbrough will lead his charges into foreign ter ritory for a fray with tho Baylor Bears on Saturday afternoon Sept. 20 at Waco. The Bruins rated among the most promising contenders for the Southwest conference championship this year defeated tho Cowboys 14-0 on a similar date last season. Anx ious eyes nre trained upon the veteran Rancher crew to see If they nre go- ing to bo able to deal defeat to the big Southwest conference team in the initial appearance of tho Baylormen this fall. Coach Morley Jennings started building his Bruin offensive last week . around fifteen returning lettermen who carried t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 15 September 1936

i-w 4 :-'! wi.fcJr1 ' Pf Ifotur THE BRAND EKtftMJ IS- Summer Wedding Bells Toll As Matrimony Claims Exes Wedding bells tolled for a number of Hardln-Slmmons graduates and former students during the summer vacation season. Recent students of the university were principals in nine ceremonies during1 the past three months. Frank Burress ministerial grad- uate of 1036 and Miss Ardelle Wat- kins of South Carolina were mar- ried in Fort Worth during early Au- gust. Both parties were students in the Southwest Baptist Seminary last year and Burress will continue studies there this fall. A June ceremony united Ogborn BhVckshlre graduate of '35 and Miss MlHie Wiman a former student of the1 university. The couple will live in Del Rio Texas where Blackshire is head of the high school math de partment and assistant coach. Miss Tommy Mae Boren Jupe graduate and Billy Morrow were mar ried shortly after the close of the spring semester. While in college the bride was prominent in student activities...

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