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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 27 May 1939

r r" Tr.f. ' s. HAPPY VACATION FINAL ISSUE 5.? Vol XXIII Z714 HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXAS MAY 27 1939 No. 32 SENIORS BEGIN FORTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL COMMENCEMENT ! i J (. ." "' v.i Honor Nine Graduating Classes At !SJ -53v tt LTs iw' jjfejgg.. For the last time we greet you! True to piedictions there will be no tears merely a little sentimentality for after nil it is just once in a life- time that one comes to write the last Bi muling Iron of one's career. All that has pteccded these final feeble efforts is now indelibly stamped "thirty." For this reason we have no apologies to make and find the single consolation in finishing up the job in that we have made a few STRONG friends wlillo ci eating any number of enemies. For those roses amidst the many thorns we are grateful for having made the trials and tribulations of college life and editorial responsi- bility an interesting experience. Rewards and thanks are too small to express the editor's true feelings. Association with ...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 27 May 1939

W5' " " 3"'W' " r "" " -if.' 'tWV T F U ' - .. pti THE II-S U BRAND !. r.V. ; f f- f US ft r r J v v. K X i i lis'. ft ai . F5- Wi i m H.- ft. yl rj iv' jl W . i... Wtf y fV Editorials "For some must follow and some command though a 11 arc made of clay." Longfellow. Scrcupq Scoops This is the last "crime will out" column for this year and wo have Swan Song WITH this issue the H-SU Brand concludes publica- tion for the 103830 school year. With this issue the editor officially severs relations with a staff of fine For the past semester those whose names appear on etnoyf d''hinf out d 8 to our bcst the masthead below havo been entrusted with the re- frlend3: We also want to express our sponslbllity of publishing your newspaper. We have appreciation for the good sportsman- honestly enjoyed every minute of our experience of ship shown by the students too f re-.t-t.i it i u . . li- .l quently mentioned under this heading sketching your cmapus world and it has been with tho M . .. lwl . . ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 27 May 1939

y '' THE H-S. U. BRAND Fa. I G h ONE HUNDRED FORTY - Receive Diplomas In Ceremonies " Next Thursday (Continued From Pago 1) sic nnd Allied Arts have been present- ed nt Intervnls during the last two weeks of the session. Candidates For Degrees Juno 1 1939 Hnchclor of Arts Ulysses Sclby Aswcll Monroe La.; Raymond Hucy Austin. Stamford; R. T. nnrton Abilene; Ralph Thomas Bonsloy Abilene; Jonsula Beck Syl- vester; Milton Carl Bcsslrc Hamlin; Edgar D Blgolow Amarlllo; Mclvln Don Bivcns Artesia N. M.; Lcnn Bo- dine Jr. Colorado; S. T. Brlggs Clyde. Clyde Raymond Campbell Abilene; Richard It. Coody Haskell; Mona Ruth Carr Sweetwater; Ray David- son Austin; J. L. Dickson Roby; Roycc Cherry Eiland Ira; Edward S. Frceland Abilene; Mary Stollo Fry Abllonc; Richnrd Frederick Gabler Bcthnny Olla; Edwina Deon Girvln Meitzon; Ralph Vernon Glenn Abi- lene Anron Grant Breckcnrldge; Jcanell Given Abilene; Jack Frank Hinrichs Abilene; Elmer Dec Holt Abilene; John Chester Hooper Archer City; Merrill L...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 27 May 1939

" V i v '" '. THE H-S. U. BRAND : V K i" if-. ! - V WH v:y . Wx Alpha Pm Omega i Inkkrte Members The Zeta Thcta Cast of Alpha Pal Omega met May 22 In the Fine Arts Auditorium for the initiation of five new members. Those who were for- mally admitted to the fraternity were Dewece McGahcy Jewett Patton Beth Hohn Mary Anna Campbell and Katherine Freeman. The officers for next year were announced as follows: President Koma Beryl Mahler; vice-president David Hull; secretary-treasurer Kathcrino Freeman. These new of ficcrs will replace S. T. Brlggs Bur neal Scott Ann Rader and Frances Thomas respectively. Members of the Zeta Theta Cast for '38 and '39 are S. T. Brlggs Bur- neal Scott Ann Rader Frances Thomas Edith Lewis Charles A. Mc- Clurc Koma Beryl Mahler Forest Wade Tippcn Jcanette Patterson David Hull Ruth Anne Hall Frances Largent Kathcrin Pruden Manclll Shaw Pauline Tiner Barbara Merrcll Katharine Boyd and Mrs. Nora Ever- ton. o Business Ad Club Holds Annual Picnic The B. A. Club h...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 27 May 1939

f-Jf 15 ' THE n-S U DRAND rfi H-S U GRIDDERS TO TRAVEL 9100 MILES NEXT FALL Cowboys Will Play Games In 5 States; Three Home Games Fourteen Lettermen To Be Framework For Potent Rancher Team fiy HOIJ MURDOCH With n menacing schedule looming nhend for next fall Conch Frank Klmbrough plans to sound the call to arms September 4 allowing about two weeks for gruelling practice be- fore hitting the gridiron warpath September 23 when the Cowboys travel to the swamp country to chal- lenge Centenary Gentlemen at Shrcve- port who proved very ungentleman- ly last fall by handing the Ranchers n 13-20 setback hero on the Cow- hands' own battle ground. With six Intersectlonal games in- cluding two treks to the west coast on next fall's schedule the Cowboys will keep the rails hot covering 9.100 miles In less than three months. The first three contests coming on con- secutive weekends will account for 5200 miles. Conch Klmbrough's Cowboys will give battle to football clubs on five foreign fields and...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 27 May 1939

im&spmtiotfjfo .ipuijpiw wp!wvm'' Page 6 THE H-S U BRAND Install New Council Members Thursday Annual installation of the officers of tho student council of the years 1039-40 was held Thursday morning at the chapel hour. Avery Leo out- going president had chargo of tho program and administered the oath of office to tho officers of next year At tho beginning of tho program Mr. Leo introduced the members of the council that were retiring from office. C. Gilbert House vice-presi dent Ona Fayo Tittle secretary- treasurer and John Hooper council-mnn-nt-largc all nro seniors and will not be back next year. Council members to tako tho oath of office were: Boo Agnew Komn Beryl Mnhlcr Wallace Hcitman nnd Joe Mlllsnp vice-president. Next to tako tho oath was Dorthca Campbell secretary-treasurer. After Jack Dean president elect took tho oath of office he was pre sented with the gavel that is passed on to each new president from year to year. Following that Jack Dean made n short address to ...

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

- - -! Vol. XXIV Z714 HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXAS SEPTEMBER 15 1939 No. 1 H-S. U. OFFICIALLY BEGINS FORTY-EIGHTH SESSION TODAY If Classes Started At 8 Convocation Program at Chapel To break the traditional way of be- ginning the B. I. for the first edition we'll just right out and say Howdy Frands. And now that formality is over we can got down to the business" of trying to fill this column with omething or other for it is n tradi- tion that the editor write a B. I. col- umn and that is one Cowboy tradi- tion" that wo don't want to break that is not just yet. I still can't believe it's true. It must be just a mirage ... the way some industrious people changed the looks of the interior of Abilene hall. Why everything nearly has been re- painted over there. So when we barg- ed up the stairs and started for the Brand office and came face to face with everything so new and clean well we just started to turn around and go straight out and find the right building. But somenoe ...

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

& "llr ' L VvFor? w. ! -.Si&V -V Tty 'ii. V 1 THE HI U BRAND NMBROUGHMEN TRAVEL 9000 MILES TO GAMES THIS FALL i t w 3 r .i 'a ; 1 J "V p ' r " R-- ' -p &- !Sl Ita A Ifcu it; l.v I TV V4 i I. Mf ' P ?Y MV J -. B Afc . "'. E. t- tV l-'t s- f .!. fc Ifet tf '- fcfe" &w- 7s K-' frt. - &&? 'Tsr w. - '&- . itai. Ranchers Will Give Battle in 4 States; Three Home Tilts Following Centenary Cowboys to Tangle With Powerful USF Squad With six intersectional games on tap Including two treks to the west coast on this fall's grid schedule bc- gianing Mxt Friday when they jaunt to Shreveport for a Saturday night clash with Centenary Coach Frank Kimbrosgh's Cowboys will keep the rails hot covering 9000 miles in less than three months. First three contests coming on con- erative week-ends will account for 6200 miles. Coach Kimbrough's Cowboys will give battle to football clubs on five foreign fields and one on neutral ground at Odessa including three Border conference squa...

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

'M FT": 4rfr?S0 V ? THE R.g U BftAND . COWBOYS OPEN FOOTBALL SEASON WITH CENTENARY . is h JP r From The SIDELINES Br WACIL McNAIR Coach Parker of Centenary has put o routlno for his grtdders into effort that has the boys practically living on football. Most coaches have stren- uous workouts for their squads each day some of them twice a day bei fore school actually begins but Par- ker has a definite schedule for his charges from 6:00 A..M. to. 7:45 P. M. His program runs as follows: The boys are awakened at 6:00 A. M.j they arc given coffee and all hands are on the field at 6:00 A. M.; . breakfast comes at 8:46 and at 10:00 they report for skull practice; dinner is served at 12:30 and then the boys must rest in bed from 1:30 to 2:30 P. M.; kickers come onto the field for thejr second drill at 4:80 and the re- mainder of the squad reports at 5:00 and the entire squad works than until 7:00 P. M.; supper is served at 7:45 and everybody is in bed at 10:00 P. Bf. It's practically a settl...

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

rrMK; X tfi TMI U MtAND ;'- I t ' IV I v i Sditoridls kThi "4" Nf ivnLtJfr ncUna iLs?yi u. 1.1 r -j' .i fcf . (Mif to School is Really SM$iS2uWiteati Old Idea Screwij Scoops thing Thai be gl IabU Lmahim mb T aiMf TeiMt Ptltinltif. Aimmn kiiwvtii Maa veavn vuiitims . ZONA HORN ham. As Is customary a senior is Youngsters aro trekking back to afUr thsy t of honour. Moreorsr r..-At airrnisjn selected 'Men week t weai the fa- school. Notably absent from the a- to teehe them sondry Uncuafte. and . .. . ci m t it. i. vvr ' .... ' ...-.!. - . - . in iwun inn nvii icnuvi . FIRST being the intelligent upper- classmen) li the NEW pavement Thanks to contributions from atu- dent exea and faculty this waa made possible. We feel sure that this pro ject sponsored by the Brand last spring la well worth your appreciation. Qeatures Howdy. Friend To the students of Hardin-Slmmons both old and mous toardin-Sfmrnonii Silk "'Bandana. ;rade is delighted 'laughter; notably othyr lernlnga vertuous to harping...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 15 September 1939

THE H-8 U BRAND Pat S fc U. S. Navy Eva LeGalliene Follows Navy Band To Give Hedda Gabler Straight From Broadway By PETE TIPPEN The Hnrdin-Slmmons University Artist Course under the management of Gib Sandefer will launch a year of entertainment on November 2 with the United States Navy band This is an organization to link military music with army life. Soldiers have always depended on tho martial strains of army bands dating from the early lifo and drum corps to bring zest to lagging steps and inspire that free-spirited swing and animated gait so pronounced in the movements of our soldiers. The first concert tour that the navy band ever made was in 1025. Since that time the band has traveled throughout the country. Charles Ben ter lieutenant U. S. Navy is con- ductor of the band. They will have several soloists with them with they visit Abilene and Hardin-Simmons. Among the members will be Bernard Rosenthal violin soloist Oscar Short cornet soloist Louis Goucher xylo- phone soloist ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 15 September 1939

Page 6 THE H-S U BRAND s: . Hardin -Simmons June Graduates Enter Various Fields of Work Some In Business; Few Continue Study Avery Lee Goes to Yale) Grant To Washington With tho inauguration of the for- tv-olehth annual session at Hardin Simmons university members of the 1039 erndunttmr class at H-SU are busying themselves in tho teaching world in industry and business or continuing their education at profes- sional schools a survey at the univer- sity offices showed recently. Aaron Grant 1939 class president will study at Gcorgo Washington university at Washington D. C en- tering the law school. Several H-SU athletes and physical education majors will coach or di- rect physical education or both rinrence Headstream grid co-captaln who played In tho recent All-Star game In Dallas will coach at Wlngatc. Dill Fletcher Is coaching at West- brook and Mack Alexander took over tho Roscoe coaching post this week and will teach general science. Mar- vin Cowan will teach physical educa- tion...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 23 September 1939

at GHtaf' and San rf-aHcUca ?& gpscial fnain ta QdeUa Vol. XXIV Z714 IIARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXAS SEPTEMBER 23 1939 No. 2 COWBOYS ENCOUNTER CENTENARY ELEVEN TONIGHT W H-S. U. Coed Tells Vivid Story of Athenia Sinking Spends Ten Hours In Overcrowded Lifeboat Before Being Rescued When the first pep rally of the year noes off with ns much enthusiasm and cooperation by ull concerned as did the one Wednesday night well it looks like that we arc beginning to get that old-time sure 'nough thing culled school spit it. Present was a feeling of unity; spirit was not dis- rupted by even one heckling remark. . . . That's the kind of cooperation that will help make a winning team on the gridiion this fall. Several sageful seniors declared that our first pep rally had more spirit and enthusiasm than any they could remember. ... If we can do that for an nway-from-home game what can we really do for our home games especially for the Howard Payne bout!! Comes report from the Yellow J...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 23 September 1939

Jh-fy ; ' ? "y$w i - W'' TV 'I t THE H-S U BRAND u I'WSSWfWf 7 ;?Vn -s ii' w v .. m '. 1 VI xr fe Is"; i"- y s tf" . i la : fr" &' Ifer" $ rtr BV i.. ! Ik? " r' rr V t ' rcl 2S "( & fi" mRjhs m Ptr. . '!. .. kVi P.: IN' ife l.V i&0 SL. wsrVu v-" tfr -v vv :!- 'Editorials The Silk Bandana Campus Camera The Cowboy Otatoa of Hardin-Simmons will during the next few week have some excellent opportunities to make mw friwria both for themselves and for the institution. Actually thousands of hifh school and Junior college students their parents and their friends will frequent tfca campus this semester as well as the parents of Hardm-Simmona students. Each and every student here from slime to senior will have many chances to show visitors the highly pub Uetaod western hospitality. It is a tradition of long standing that when a body seeta a body passing across the campus everybody speaks. That's one of the things that so Impresses stu- dents from other states especially from the n...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 23 September 1939

' ?& i . . TflE H-8 U BRAND . vA-3 r J r V- v ''i --i r- v t . 5vj . ii . " 'rr'i1''''' RANCHERS TO From The SIDELINES By WAC1L McNAIR Sports Editor Last week's games on the gridiron knocked the dope bucket for a loop and saw two highly touted future opponents of the Cowboys' defeated by teams of much less ranking. In the case of the Centenary Gentlemen it could turn out for no good for the Cowboys. Tho Ranchers will go into their game in Shreveport tonight for their first competition of the season and no doubt there will be some lit- tle rough spots that need ironing out that aro practically impossible to see in practice drills. Many teams look perfect in practice only to find weak places in real competition that are easily preyed upon by the opposition. Centenary has had a game to lo- cate places that need stronger for- tification and we have not. There- fore if the Cowboys come out in fine style tonight the reason may prob- nbly be traced directly to ono man Coach Kimbrough. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 23 September 1939

'" . Paget' THE MS U BRAND Statewide Nationally Known Cartoonist Youth Leader To Speak Hundreds of Students From 66 Schools Will Throng Campus Nov. 3-5 Plans for a statewide BaptUt Stu dent Union convention to bo held on u tt Ctt inmii. Mnvnmher 3. A. and 6 nro entering the final stages! as me lirsi ween ui bciiwi kiiud. This convention which will be of south-wide interest is expected to draw upward of 1500 students to the Hardin-Slmmons campus. J. W. (Bill) Marshall state B. S. U. secretary has been conferring with denominational and university leaders here the past week concerning the coming event. Several outstanding speakers will address convention gatherings. Charles A. Wells of New York na- tionally known youth leader and car- toonist will give chalk board lectures. Dr. Frank Lcavcll Nashville will also play a leading part in ihs capacity as executive secretary of the Southern Baptist Student work. Dr. L. It. Scarborough president of the Southern Baptist convention and who is ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 30 September 1939

Goutlnyl Swamp. CI Paioi MinU (lid 1U Spmcdai fnaiH ta 0Uua Vol. XXIV Z714 IIARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXAS SEPTEMBER 30 1939 No. 3 . ZZ Z Ml H-S. U. RANCHERS U.S.F. DONS TIE 6-6 IN FRISCO Leading Roles Filled For First Play Production Wo don't know about the Cowgirl pledges but everyone else on theso Forty Acres is relieved to sec the week of pledging come to n halt. Hnv- ing to look at the unsightly beings for n week was bad enough but that wasn't enough for the Cowgirls they commanded the pledges to fill spray guns with Flit cheap perfume and the like and try to exterminate every one they passed. . . . Well were they surprised when several boys disarmed the lowly pledges and swung into ac- tion against the Moo Gals who gave the orders! All those who got sprayed seemed to think that things were being car- ried too far. And up sprang the age- old question Why a Cowgirl any- how? Comes the report from Fort Worth that the Star-Telegram plans to use a rotogravure section Sunda...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 30 September 1939

.i'- t". -T- TfX THE H-S 0 BRAND f If V IV hi iflV 'Editorials School Spirit Defined . What ia school spirit and what is its place in a stu- dent's life and work? School spirit u first cousin to enthusiasm is the potent expression of a living: interest. It takes the drudgery out of the hum-drum of class routine and gives wings to service. It arouses the student to the appre- ciation of the school and gives him a certain impulse toward achievement which certainly leads to spiritual growth. Without the one the other ceases to bo; each imparts life to the other. Too often we misinterpret the true purpose of school spirit. Sometimes the energy of our minds is wasted in a state that is erroneously termed enthusiasm but is nothing more than a bubbling over of momentary feel- ing that is stimulating only as long as there is noise and clatter. Genuine school spirit finds expression in the quiet moments of school life. After tho shoulder-pads and helmets have been put aside and the last echo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 30 September 1939

--Wi. THE H-S U BRAND Pagaf TEXAS MINERS Firanmra Tin OTELUNES y WACIL McNAIU Sports Editor This game with the College of Mines hug maidenly developed into something serious. Most of our hoys think they will be lendy for this ull- Importnnt event but it is n known fuct thnt they'll have to be clicking to mnkc any hendwny against the strong Muckers. This also may be n gamo filled with pnssca as Coach Saxon has come up 'with two credit- uble aerial aitists. Not knowing the shape our boys are in regarding in- juries etc. since the San Francisco game it is hard to make any pre- diction on the outcome. Talk about your hard knocks in a football game you have seen nothing yet. Just ask Winston Tucker and Dcward Marcum about some experiences they had In the game at Centenary. And to top it all Tucker wasn't in line for what he received. F A desperate effort is being made by somebody in Ferguson hall to un- i cover some pugilistic material. Right now Ralph "Dullett" Deard and Wayne "Dynamite...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 30 September 1939

"tVb-H' UtOfHrV Pag 4 THE H-8 U BRAND Cowgirl Band off Several Tours Over State And Probably N. Mexico Planned New Harpist Baton Twirlers Will Be Special Features The Cowgirl band colorful counter- part of the famous H-SU Cowboy band got off to a good start on its still young career this semester by the addition of 22 new members. Several tours to different parts of the state have been planned by Man- ager Harry Hayes for later in the year. During the spring esmester the band will probably make one .out-of-state tour Into New Mexico returning by Amarlllo and other towns. Other concerts the band will play will prob- ably Include Mineral Wells Strawn Ranger Eastland Wichita Falls Gra- ham and others. "The amount of traveling the band does and where we go will depend on the grades the girls make and how the band sounds" said Mr. Hayes. "Tannhauser Overture" Wagner; "Orpheus Overture" Offenbach; and a march medley by Strauss are among new numbers the band will play. New members are: Vir...

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