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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 7 October 1939

Gourftoyl Bland llf MufU eudaUU QiU Jtom Quid Vol. XXIV Z714 HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXAS OCTOBER 7 1939 No. 4 COWBOYS BATTLE TEXAS MINERS IN EL PASO TODAY & We're not asking the age-old ques- tion "Why a Cowgirl?" Current question is "Why not com- petition for the Cowgirl?" It is n conceded fact that competi- tion speeds the wheels of progress. And who wishes to retard progress ? Surely no one'on this campus. Why should uny university be so limited us to have only one girl's so- cial organization especially one that limits its membership to such a small number-? Indeed there are very lew colleges or universities denomination- al or otherwise that have only one social organization for girls. By so- cial organization we mean one whose membership is not gained by scholas- tic standing or professional interest and is recognized by the administra- tion. Of some four hundred girl students enrolled in Hardin-Simmons Univer- sity only fifty are eligible for mem- bership in t...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 7 October 1939

MKJ.Hk.1"!!' iSM '' vv h r r " jS TMI H-S U BRAND U :f ; w V ft ;fe SVV- & ' IVJ bj Ffc & m r. m lvf :"T P V IT " I B H miM If : itorials Undefeated FORMER MASCOT Epitaph Revives Dammit: Memories Campus Camera '' H r S.HC BT.. it. ' YEW V w . - Jt t kJsV. : W . - &V ;.;v ?.' .ci "Dammit" is gone but not forgot- ten. Memories of the one time Cowboy Most prevalent question circulating the Forty Ara iai ''What happened to our football team!" Ah outsider would think that to be a very nced- lew question in view of the fact that the Cowboys mascot and one of Hardin-Simmons haven't lost a game yet having beaten the tough university's most loyal supporters Centenary Gentlemen and tying San Francisco wcr0 revived by P. G. Swearington of university the only two teams to down the Ranch- Dallas. era last year. Swearingcn whose hobby is collect- Thero aro two possible reasons for the question ing queer epitaphs asked for tho in- First the pro-season dope touted tho 1939 edition scrlp...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 7 October 1939

lb 'y J ;k s JfrgV THE H-S U BRAND COWBOYS OPPOSE ST. EDWARDS IN FIRST HOME GAME . 1' & F . . J' I' m .'yfrl Sophomore Pass Pitcher BKsSmmSSnKKU- WJtbLbbbLK IbwwBBbbK fE&-' :Z!BBVBfflBW9$fei3feBB?i' JfE&f&IEaB grar ij3SBvv1BBBJ99BBBBBBBBjkv -nHSHBBS PPPPJ&kbMbHhPHBHjSK. - "'"ii tWWBB SBBBBBBjBBBBBBBBBBBjBMBBBBBBBBBBBBMS&&g . ii hi' ..J3k3 BBBBBBBBSBBBBBBBBBBB9SBBBBBBBB0jnjiBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBj 7 TmXAM M(NKB BACK 8Ur of the Miners' startling 7 to 2 upset over Tests Tech recent- ly was Jim Wardy sophomore sen- sation who proved to be the big noise by tossing a 15-yard pass for Fwmra The SIDELINE! By WACIL McNAIR Sports Editor The entire squad of Cowboys that made tho trip to the West Coast last week witnessed the College of Mines- Fresno game and according to their reports the score of that game fur- nishes little evidence as to tho power of the Muckers. They have a fast- charging hard-blocking bunch of boys and they play hard for a full si...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 7 October 1939

iMrW Pag 4 THE HI U BRAND "Careers For Coeds Who Win Contest Sponsored By Vogue The fifth Prix de Paris Vogue's an- nual career contest for seniors in ac- credited colleges throughout the coun- try was announced yesterday by Edna Woolman Chase editor of Vogue mag- azine. "Our purpose in sponsoring the Prix de Paris contest" said Mrs. Chase "is to discover college girls with the ability to write and a flatr for fashion and to open the door to these young women who want a ca- reer of feature writing fashion re- porting advertising or merchandis- ing." This year Vogue's Prix de Paris contest offers eight awards three ca- reer prizes including a special Van- ity Fair.writing award five cash prizes and honorable mentions. First prize is one year's employment with Vogue six months to be spent in Vogue's New York office six months in Paris if 'world conditions permit; otherwise the full period of one year will bo spent in Now York. Second prize is six months' employment on the New York sta...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 14 October 1939

fLfi.Gditvdab "lkai GilUp SpiMt" 1U& JU 2uuUoh Vol. XXIV Z714 HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ADILENE TEXAS OCTOUEK 14 1939 No. S COWBOYS GO TO LOS ANGELES TO PLAY LOYOLA NEXT 4 CKm9Emp&I P" .dUtf d s. A fourth home game to be played next Saturday on' Porru- more field was being seriously considered yesterday by Hardin Simmons officials. The prospec- tive game was to be with Sul Ross of Alpine. When several students most of them prominent in campus activities learned thnt Sul Ross might be added to the Ranchers' list of gridiron po- poncnts there was controversy pro and con. Everyone was in favor of having another grid clash on the home field to run the total to four. But some of the moro thoughtful ones doubted the good judgment of scheduling a game for next Saturday There were several reasons for their so thinking. First the Cowboy squad is bad- ly crippled being without the ser- vices of two first string back Nig Oatman suffering a shoul- der injury and Moon Mullins with an inj...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 14 October 1939

J yij.'j- t - j ' -vi'.... r. -. n a THE H-S U BRAND r f - tij .. tv-v tr st (.' ' jj . m 4 I .i- r. I m ?- & . ? J .; k w Hl '?. f ftffi .TV. 'Ak' 5't y? i-. 5ditorials That's School Spirit IMAGINARY LETTER One Cowgirl to Another in 1950 Campus Camera .Students and fans from both Abilene and El Paso are still talking about the grand spirit shown by the Hardin-Simmons students and backers last .i..J.. j. ! it.- n i i (..iv.n """ I "l 7i tT I iT' l j Vo .B g nnd our PInon f """elves at a zero which the Ranchers took by a handy 12 to 0 score nt we wcnt to th c r Tea? on the Muckers' own field. yc 8ai logemcr. ioo scarcu io Hello Cowgirl Ex. Do you remember the time when with our hearts in our dress pockets carry on n conversation. Then tho old members came in and took us be- fore the "body" to give us an inter- view. Only heaven help that I nm ever as spineless again. Then initiation night precceded by pledge week. Say do you recall the year tho pledges carried fly spray ma- Despi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 14 October 1939

.' ' ' .. ' ;&z SUL ROSS MAY BE ADDED TO SCHEDULE FOR SATURDAY r I . .. 1 1' THE II-S U BRAND ftOt ;T5Tr '" ? ' "V-J'K FlPflDM Th SIDELINE; y WACIL McNAIU Sports Editor The Centenary Gentlemen m:nlc a fine showing against the JMce Owls Inst week nlthough the Owls came out JH on top 13-0. Tn first downs the Owls mode 13 while the Gents were pushing them with their 11. ltlcc gained 87 yards on ground plays compared with - 71 for Centenary and on passes the Gents were again close behind with a total of 114 yurds to Wee's-145. Wee- nie Dynum returned from un injury to shower woe on the Owls and fre- quently had them dizzy with his fan- cy passing. The Cowboys are having their own difficulties with injuries these days. During the past week three men that started the opening game were out of uniform and some of them may be kept out of the game for another week or so. Nig Oatmnn's shoulder in- jury which he received in the Snn Francisco game is still troubling him and Moon Mulllns and ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 14 October 1939

Pat 4 THE H-S U BRAND Navy Band First Members Spend Hours Rehearsing To Keep In Form Same Organization That Visited H-SU Campus In '37 Will Return Nov. 2 United States Navy band will phy two engagements at H-SU Thursday November 2 as the first fall attrac- tion of the H-SU Artist Course. The band will give a special matinee for student sat 3:30 besides the evening performance at 8:00. Appearance of tho band here has resulted in a great many inquiries as to how it functions and its position in the navy set-up. Gib Sandefcr concert manager has received tho following story of the band and its activities from Wayne Borton the band's tour manager. Organization of tho United States Navy band was authorized by- Con- gress in order that tho navy might be suitably represented in the various ceremonies and official functions in tho nation's capitol. Thus the navy band became tho representative or- ganization of the cntiro naval forces of tho United States. While the duties of the band mem- be...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 21 October 1939

Jltt Beauty Be tyoWi Quid $o 2veeH fa Set "Ou foum" Vol. XXIV Z714 HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXAS OCTOBER 21 1939 No. 6 TEN H-S STUDENTS NAMED FOR WHO'S WHO POSITIONS Campus Players to Stage "Our Town " Tues. Night - -- ATif pya The world famous Hnrdln-Simmons university Cowboy bund with the aid of the colorful Cowgirls tucked an- other feather in the university's al- ready well-plummed Stetson when they along with several hundred Abi- lenians swept into Dallas and the State Fair of Texas like a rampant West Texas sandstorm and held the spotlight for 24 hours all day Thurs- day. As u fitting climax the Cowboy band with Johnny Regan and its several other feature artists played to a capacity crowd at the Majestic theater Dallas largest showhouse. To add color to the performance the Cowgirls double-timed with spurs jingling down the aisles presenting a brilliant spectacle. According to the bandsmen the Ma- jestic audience received the Cowboy tune-twisters with ' unprecedented ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 21 October 1939

X - ptx THE H-S U BRAND ly K ST' ' 'hv" v m l"y '"j1 i.5 . .f: 'Editorials Exchanges Campus Camera We Gut Do It Athletic Alibi Can't study nt first in the fall Gotta play football. When the state-wide Baptist Student Couven- Can't study in the winter when it's tion goes into session hero on the Hardin-Simmons cold University campus November 3 for a three-day Gotta basketball position to hold meeting this university will bo playing host to un- doubtedly the largest convention crowd ever to Can't study in the least of spring; . settle on these Forty Acres. Pew students here Gotta run track and make the team. can hardly realize the magnitude of this gathering. Can't study in tho summer when it's Upward of two thousand Btudents are expected. hot representing 66 colleges and universities. Gotta swim with my girl Two night's lodging will have to be secured for these visitors and it is up to the students faculty members and the people of Abilene to make this possible. About the same number...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 21 October 1939

ir i J f RANCHERS TREK TO CALIFORNIA AGAIN NEXT WEEK SIDELINES Dy WACIL-McNAIR Sports Editor Sports editor of the McMurry War- whoop who picked the Howard Payne Yellow Jackets to finish no better than third in the Texas conference this year further distinguished him- self by picking the Si. Edward's Cru- saders -to upset the Cowboys. Deep down in his heart he is probably not surprised nt the actual outcome but he should scratch his head and think a little before making these forecasts from here on." Fans players officials spoits writers nnd anybody else that happen- ed to be nt the Cowboy-St. Edward's ifnme Friday night took n second look rubbed their eyes nnd looked ngain when they saw Long John Treadaway stalk onto the field nnd nnnounco that he was quarterback. This mny appear to be just an- other oddity of tho gridiron but there happens to bo quite n story nttachci to it. It seems that the tall East Texan hns always had a secret ambi- tion for trying point after touchdown conver...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 21 October 1939

Pago 4 THE H-S U BRAND 1500 VISITING STUDENTS TO SWARM CAMPUS NOV. 3-5 Texas Tech Plans To Send 60 Students Here To Convention Hardin-Simmons Will Be Host to Largest Baptist Student Parley The llardin-Simmong Student Coun- cil urged that H-SU students greet delegates to the D. S. U. convention by a smile and the greeting "Howdy Friend I" "This convention is an excellent op- port unity to bring Hardin-Simmons much favorable publicity. Simply by being friendly and by providing hos- pitality Hardin-Simmons may win for itself the title of Texas' friendliest college" said Jack Dean student prcxy. More than fifteen hundred students from 66 Texas colleges and universi- ties arc expected to attend the con- vention here on November 3 4 and 5 which is less than two weeks away Lent Paul Hcnslce ItSU president re- minds the student body. "Students should start now regis- tering their rooms if they arc willing to share them with our visitors" he said. Largest Texas Convention Yet Although delega...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 28 October 1939

r. X f ' p (jutf 40 2oH Vol. XXIV Z714 HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXAS OCTOBER 28 1939 No. 7 STATE B. S. U. CONVENTION BEGINS HERE FRIDAY PV I F B Avv h 1 "KMwa B h BIPI 1 " wTfeyB Colorful Halloween With all thu other many elections for queens princesses favorites and beauties being carried on about the campus with much commotion and gusto the Brand staff was quite elat- ed when Editor R. B. Glenn of Bronco fame strolled into the Brand editor's sanctuary in the basement of Abilene hall this week and nonchalantly in formed us that the Brand staff might also elect a fair maiden to represent this weekly sheet in the (famous beauty section of this year's Bronco. Editor Glenn who fully realizes the perennial appeal of beauty plans to increase the number of pictures in the new yearbook beauty section from seven to twelve. Last year's annual carried full page pictures of the university queen Bronco sweetheart senior junior sophomore wd freshman favorites and the summer queen. Thre...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 28 October 1939

V Ttgtt THE H-S U BRAND . t v? x & if Y V V w If 4 h A. (ft ' M i 4 r . r R n p ii' ll r n l i V-Twv it . ' trfvn 7it. . V Editorials Being the Gentleman Question of the week in the So They Sny column of tliQBnaml concerns students "hitch-hiking" to and from tpwn a nntion-wido collcgiato practice. If the students of any university had to pay bus fare every time they went to and from town there would be quite a dent in the weekly allowance putting a greater strain on dads' pockctbooks. So it is a benevolent jesturo on the part of the motor- ists of Abilcno when they give students a lift to and from town. It has long been a tradition here that each person wait his time. Even n lowly freshman has tho full right to take tho first ride providing ho was the first in line. That's just n custom around theso parts. ' Some day's rides don't come so frequently and many times boys arc obliged to wait the better part of an hour. But they usually don't mind that; just when they have to be som...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 28 October 1939

mwwn.vi .'Wi- h ' I) TUB II-S U BRAND ! LIONS HALT COWBOYS' VICTORY MARCH IN 6-0 UPSET W'.. X ir J rT U'. 4i 4' Fjpdm The SIDELINE; Hy WACIL McNAIR Sports Editor In Odessa next Saturday the Cow- boys wil be confronted with ono of the fastest teams of the year as vir- tually every man on the Tcmpe squad is n dyed-in-the-wool speed merchant. This with competent training under the guiding hand of Coach Dlxio Howell Alabama great of Rose Bowl fame has gone a long way in mak- ing the Arlzoninns the top contender for the Border Conference crown nnd has piled up a flock of high scorinR victories for them. And by high scor- ing we mean that most of the scop Ing was done by Tcmpe. People in Odessa have been growing more football minded each year and for the past few seasons they have brought in two crack college elevens to spice things up. This year they moved forward another step and put two such games on the fall program; the first one between Daniel Baker and Arkansas A. & M. was play...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 28 October 1939

"WAn... Page 4 THE H-S U BRAND "Our Town" Proves Big Success As Campus Players First Fall Production By MISS LOYCE ADAMS When a group of actors without cither tho aid of sotting or of scenery can mnko tin audienco livo nnd feel with them ns they move over a period of thirteen years from school days to courtship days through mnrrlago nnd through death then that group of nc- tors has accomplished n thing which few amateur groups could dol In tho Hnrdln-Simmons auditorium on Tuesday nnd Wednesday nights of this week somo 29 students under the directorship of Miss Kathnrino Boyd enacted n play. That play was called "Our Town" and it was written by Thornton Wilder. There was" no scenery no setting nnd yet among the persons who saw tho play there were those who said "I didn't believe it could bo done but you did it!" Each of the students who played "Our Town" deserves to be commenc- ed for his or her part in creating within the nudienco a transfer from tho real world about it to tho play ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 4 November 1939

Jtt BtUify & 1044 1 -nj Vol. XXIV Z714 HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXAS NOVEMBER 4 1939 No. 8 HUNDREDS JAM CAMPUS AS CONVENTION PROGRESSES Singer Evades Screen Opera Fame The Forty Acres hns been in quite n buzz this week with the Navy band starting the commotion by drawing upward of 2000 high school and col- lege band students to the campus Thursday for their matinee and eve- ning performances. Then before the dust settled hundreds of students be- gan pouring in here for the three-day BSU convention which is in full 'swing as this issue rolls off the press. And over in Odessa lovers of the grid- iron sport are planning for a terrific explosion when the undefeated un- tied and only once scored upon Tempc Bulldogs and Hardin-Simmons' hard- riding Cowboys square off for a bat- tle under the lights there tonight. . . . Doing its part to bring on a victory the Cowboy band will take off this afternoon for tho Odessa country to stage a parade before the grid tilt. Another week ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 4 November 1939

V "3".' THE II-S U BRAND Iff " : in. ft u w j t Wi . tlK h ri; .H ""it . -t'L kiitorials Exchanges Campus Camera By CONSTANCE BRIDGE Lessons for Freshmen Don't let grades get below water the notebooks. New Mexico Lobo U. of New Mexico" Backing the Cowboys Beal school spirit hit an all-time high here last kcc'' c aUP vel' nM Monday morning when masses of students along Dn l sd h 'or m0"cy for with the Cowboy band turned out to meet the train mu? ncf n0tcbool9 u.n csp9 J.ou bringing home the defeated Cowboy griddcrs who "aly c.fcd hcm or you msht lccCivc had absorbed their first drubbing since early last fall at the hands of a pack of spirited Loyola Lions. Although not waving the victory banner this time the Cowboys received the largest and most fl flhort spirited 'we lcomc-home' reception in many moons. l wonJs ..nnn nnd s easy to encer ana yen ana ran-ran a noma nnatom cro ls vhat ho team iiiai is roiling over mc uppununi in uuusisiuut . . lasmon. dui uiu real iusi. lor iuyuuy uuui...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 4 November 1939

THE II-S U BRAND rf COWBOYS OPPOSE VERSATILE TEMPE ELEVEN TONIGHT Coach Dixie Howell to Display Undefeated Bulldogs In Odessa Ranchers Climax Week of Hard Drill; Seek Victory After Loyola Setback By WAOIL McNAIR Coach Kimbrough 's Cowboys will be trying desperately to get back into tho victory column tonight in Odessa when they tangle with tho Arizona State Bulldogs from Tempe. In Los Angeles last week the Loyola Lions halted the Cowboys' string of oloven straight games without defeat by handing them a surprising G to 0 shellacking. Fironni Th GUIDELINES By WACIL McNAIR Sports Editor A guy named O'Doul pulled a nice pass play in Los Angeles Friday night after the Loyola Lions had recovered a Cowboy fumble down near the 20 yard line and it proved to be the winning score of the game. This play happening in the first two min- utes of play threw a damper on the Ranchers and they nevdr recovered from it all night. Although there were no other scores made the Lions kept plugging away and ...

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

""SCfVri!K?C. 'vWH' Wfi yf" Pave 4 THE HS U BRAND OLDEST CLUB Science Body Organized By Dr. Olsen Back in 1904 Oldest and largest club on tho cam pus of Hnrdln-Slmmons University to day is the Science Club It wnq or ganized in 1004 by Dr. Julius Olscn when this struggling little Baptist in- stitution was known as Simmons Col- lege. Dean Olscn was then as he is now a Ph. D. and entitled to be called Dr Olscn. He was fresh from Yale nnd full of new ideas. Of the many that ho put into practice the organization of tho Science Club was tho first. He became the first president of tho group and was such for ten years when somo new student was elected to succeed him. From its beginning the club has had as its two-fold purpose the assign- ment of definito subjects on which students should present papers and tho reviewing of scientific magazines. In its meetings today tho club hears business and professional men from Abilene and elsewhere in lec- tures on many phases on science. Some outstand...

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