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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 11 November 1939

i &EEcrm atraBrV r 0cOmS J044HUtil 0 Vol. XXIV Z7I4 HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXAS NOVEMBER 11 1939 No. 9 COWBOYS MEET WEST TEXAS BUFFALOES HERE TODAY vsprj pj kHSsrsMsH bssishsIssi-shHshsbw s' -sslssr ss' sSHr EsY Bssa s 3Tii Hi BH H H LpH3sa k iI iVkV LK flLr"iHLH H iB ff?5g" x " -'-r --"-- W..W High School Journalists Convene On Don't get the idea that this' is n sports column but just to put n lot of people strnight here's a hint to the wise: Don't sell the West Texas State Buffaloes' stock too short to- day. That big crowd of students and backers from Canyon didn't make a six-hour train trip 'down here to Abi- lene with the intention of seeing the Buffs trampled for the third succes- sive season I They've been pointing to this game all season they ore keyed up to the fever pitch and intend to let the Cow- boys know that there has been a real battle before the afternoon is over. The Buffaloes will be a tough hard- charging gang out to stomp the Ranchers and tho back...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 11 November 1939

r' ratal .THE HS U BRAND w t Wi a; te I K rer 1)7 V l& lo" ton I -A. l-f ' t T5. r; i .k!. EN fO r v ' ft.?' Wife '" jfS. ' p' 1(1 - Vf .- 'Sditorials Exchanges Br CONSTANCE BRIDGE Campus Camera "Name please?" "Address nnd phone number?" "Would you say that you are sort of er you know cr homely or hotcha." "What nights can you go? How antccd one. Armktice Day Grows Up' Millions o peoplo throughout the world today aro celebrating an international ' ' birthday ' '. Arm- istice Day "becomes of aire" and 21 candles are 1 i A n h hU fcA A v J ia1i Fr ta m J Itftt4 tl 1 1 llil cr blow out the candles! Wi 1 he turn this the questions asked at the Texas Tech 21st birthday party into another bloody conflict Dftte Bureau feeg afe With his predicted big dnve on England and for reglstering and then you.pay them franco I 25 cents when they get you a date. juuuy a uuwuo was uurn u.c year u.e vcnmiro ono that wanta ft dnto ig treaty concluding the "war to end all wars" was fj signed already kn...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 11 November 1939

fr'-m ( i r f s- -' ' THE H-B U BRAND RANCHERS AIM AT NEW MEXICO AGGIES FRIDAY ' i' ft I i.'' 1 . V- Frmni Tfii SIDELINES Hy WACIL McNAIK Sports Editor One man In pnrtlculnr who merits attention on the West Texas squad today is Flippln' Foster Wntklns nee quarterback and paB?.er deluxe. Lust year although the Cowboys won by o comfortnblo 39-0 score Wntklns was a continual threat and frequently lhud the Itanchcrs guessing on his ac- curate ncilulj. However passing won't be nil the Buffs will turn loose this afternoon. It is true that they hnve been noted chiefly for air man- euvers for thu past two seasons but a glance at the statistics on their game with St Mary's will show that they hnve n potent ground thrust. . v. Bulldog Turner will see very little -if any action for the Cowboys today ns injuries hnve kept him from prac- tice nil the week. In his plnce will be Leslie Lewis who has assumed the role of Turner's main understudy nnd has proved his ability on two pre- vious occasions...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 11 November 1939

Pa 4 THE H-S U DRAND M BSU Selects Waco Next Year's Host A. & M. Student Is New President By WACIL McNAIR Closing tho 18th annual Baptist jstuaent union convention here dele- gations of youth leaders from 40 Texas colleges and universities select cd Waco for their 1040 convention site. William Kent of Texas A. & M. was named president. The last week-end in October was set as time for the next convention. The nomination committee also presented tho following new officers which were approved: enlistment vice- president Ralph Rcosor Baylor Uni- versity; social vice-president Betty Norton Southwestern Baptist Theo- logical Seminary; devotional vice- president Eioise Moss Mary Hardin- Baylor College; secretary-treasurer Bill Cook Texas University; publicity director Johnny Womack Texas State College for Women; student secretary ltcba Martin Rico Insti- tute; alumni representative the Rev. Bob Fling Troup; faculty advisor Dr. E. B. Atwood Hardin-Simmons University; and pastor the ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 18 November 1939

' . . tr ? iv &4 iU acJ-U Stomp tU IVcUfLl Vol. XXIV Z714 HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ADILENE TEXAS NOVEMBER 18 1939 No. 10 RANCHERS ROLL OVER NEW MEXICO AGGIES 28-13 r Plans Complete For Pnst two weeks with the many and various elections for this and that and the other have brought forth much contrlversy and discussion on the subject some of It being very heated. And always nnd invariably elections aren't conducted to suit and don't turn out just like everyone concerned would like them to. Someone is dis- appointed possibly many but they nil don't outwardly show it. Some- thing will be found wrong with every election either enough people didn't vote or too many voted; it wasn't con- ducted at the right time or the bal- lot was undemocratic something is always unsatisfactory. We guess that there never will be n time when everyone will be satisfied. Latest reports from the student council state that there will be an- other complete election for Univer- sity Queen new candidates pri...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 18 November 1939

.-.rjv T""?fWT.5. F? . i j W "..b ; .fir' V' ivr Pms THE H-S U BRAND ?v V - I1 ihA J r '- r i. r ?; ru1. J"; Editorials Exchanges Uy CONSTANCE BRIDGE Campus Camera Stop and Think What's a Word? Whnt's a word 7 A breath a picture Showing what the user wills or show- Everyono who attends chapel here will admit ing up that conduct on tho part of the students has not What he would hide; n brave Imagln- been just what tho behavior of university students Ing should be. It couldn't be called high schoolish for A traitor to tho heart a servant to high schools will not tolerate disorderly conduct by the mind i tho student body. A tot)1 to tongue or Pcn Surely thoso few thoughtless students who in- stigate tho disorder have not stopped to consider just how it is hurting tho university their school and what an uncomplimentary reflection it casts upon them personally. Or maybe they consider it a type of fun ; if so what a distorted sense of hu mor A word Is iron or gold Is ice or fire is night ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 18 November 1939

:-. i i THE n-S U BnAND PfS COWBOY-JACKET TILT ENDS LOCAL GRID SEASON r k1- -' From The SIDELINED By WACIL McNAlK Sports Editor At least some sort of a record on passing was set In tho West Texas game although tho Cowboys had n close cnlhln the final score Seventy- six forwards arc a lot of tosses and If things like this keep increasing passers may some day play a role similar to the pitcher for a baseball club. However this was just a caso of fighting fire with fire because Foster Watklns was expected to keep tho air pretty well filled with plg- skln and the Cowboys decided to use the snme kind of attack. The final count found the Rancher chunking team of Kusscll and Goodnight had thrown 39 times while the Buffs' Wat- kins threw 37 Howard Payne's Yellow Jackets practically let the Texas Con- ference championship slip through their fingers last week when St. Edward's took them into camp 7-0. Usually the cham- pionship slot can be handed the Jackets at the start of the cam- paign bec...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 18 November 1939

Pag 4 THE H-S U BRAND V. Eva LeGallienne to Appear Here in "Hedda Gabler" on December 1 2nd Artist Course Attraction Will Be Homecoming Night By LOUISE BEAVER Following tho annual Hardin-Sim-mons-IIoward Paymv gridiron clash Homecoming alumni and students will be offered a threatrlcal treat as Miss Eva LeGallienne foremost stage ac- tress appears In "Hedda Gabler" lb- Ben classic. This play a Fortune Gollo produc- tion promises to bo a special high- light in dramatic entertainment. Miss LeGallienne has taken Mr. Ibsen's fa- mous drama of mid-Victorian setting and has streamlined it to a point where it is very much in keeping with modern standards. An Ibsen play is ever fresh and thought-provoking. Because it concerns itself with peoplo and not events it is never dated. Such a play with Miss LeGallienne who has starred in many of Ibsen's masterpieces will interest the aver- age college student. Tho plot concerns Hedda Gabler a sensitive highstrung woman who is suffocating in her marr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 2 December 1939

1 w - Vol. XXIV Z714 HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXAS DECEMBER 2 1939 No. 11 - - 3 4 fe COWBOYS JACKETS MEET IN ANNUAL Version When this paper rolls off the press once again Homecoming Day festivi- ties will be In full swing the bon- fire burned pep rallies over and hun- dreds of exes and students just wait- ing for the climatic gridiron battle of the year the clash of Howard Payne's vicious Yellow Jackets and Hardin-Simmons' mighty Cowboys this time in the Ranchers' home Cor- ral. Seasonal records don't mean a thing in this game as all exes and older students well know. Time after time the Cowboys have had powerful grid- iron aggregations with many victor- ies to their credit the heavy favorite to win but the fighting Jackets from Brownwood seemed to pay no heed to the fine record and would deliberate- ly spoil it handing the Cowboys a drubbing or at least a tic. Those Wasps have a way of keying themselves up to such a pitch that their will to win is well nigh unbreak- able....

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

V P0t THE R-S U BRAND v 4" tiC V Iv Iff' I'. & i I I. I. I l:' it. (0 M. 'j 1 1;-. if" fi- afl -t z r;.r ! . ';KV to& k. ... . "V .- Wk ' . t &$. Sditorials Modern Trend vs. Tradition Once there was the day of the raccoon coat tin lizzies and smelly pipes. Then too wo went through the age of anklets page-boys hair ribbons and fuzzy sweaters. But really doesn't tho chan- nel of tradition run deeper than fashion or fad f At Hardin-Simmons tradition slaps the average student in the face the minute he registers. Qood or bad this tradition lays a foundation of sonio kind in the life of every person who has passed through the arch of knowledge and faith an im- portant heritage at this university. Different peo- ple react differently to custom and ideals set up by the founders of the college years ago. Thoso who have been brought up in tho same atmosphere at homo find it easy to accustom themselves to such ideas. Young pcoplo from homes less sheltered moro broad minded find it ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 2 December 1939

FHWt SEVEN COWBOY SENIORS PLAY LAST GAME TODAY THE H-S U BRAND Annual Jacket Clash To Mark Grand Finale Of 1940 Graduates Hy HANK SCIIULZ Seven Rcnlorn turn in their suits after the Howard I'aync game today. They are Clyde Turner Sweetwater; Dratc Calhey San Angela; Larry Cunningham McLean; .loc 1'cc Abilene; Travis Green Snyder; Kirk McKin- non I.nmi'.en; and Neal Davis Shamrock. This group arc playing their last game nt I'nrrntuore field this afternoon. Two of the seven will probably nut see much service due to injuries but the other five will be rarin' to go against their old rivals the Jackets from Hrownwood Firomni Tflu gUDELUNE Ity WACIL McNAIIl Sports Editor ' A game between tho Cowboys and the Hownrd Payne Yellow Jackets always makes it hard on predictors and forecasters becnusc anything enn happen. It makes not' n"n ounce of difference which team is rated better before tho game. No Cowboy fan will ever forget that day in 1937 on our own gridiron when the Ranchers hnd rolled...

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

-!;nBPft . . X lM4 THE H-S U BRAND 7-fVri-"r-r- ?u u Hi "V '' ' " V ' ' uf . r.iMi ..- wOk " r&-M i ' 'y Today's Grid Clash Recalls 1909 Tragedy Cowboys Jackets Make Grid History There' history a plenty In the background of the annual gridiron clash of the HSU Cowboys and the Howard Payne Yellow Jackets be cause both are pioneers in the foot- ball world in West Texas and they have been meeting each other on the gridiron almost since the beginning of the centry. HSU began football as early as 1890 when Prof. Krausc a German faculty member organized the first college cloven in West Texas. A few years later the Yellow Jackets also took up tho gridiron sport and the Cowboys wcro among their first op- ponents. This 'first meeting took place in 1007 and proved to -be the starting point of a long string of annual con- tests. In these early years it was quite common for them to play twice during the same season. They had played six times by 1009 and then HSU abandoned football when John...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 2 December 1939

vmTt 'i THE II-S U BRAND Pft f ltJ M !SM u X " v Gridder of '01 Who Weighed 95 Says Things Have Changed... Plenty Letters From Exes ( Artcain N. M. November 21 1039 "I hnvo been receiving the Alumni Bulletin nnd enjoy It very much. It brings bnck memories of the post and fond recollections of my days nt good old H.-S. U. "If my plnns mntcrinlizo I'll be flee- ing you nt the big gnme Thanksgiving day when wo trample II. P. C. Best wishes to you." Sincerely yours Walter Johnson Jr. '20. Jourdanton Texas November 21 1039. "For the records. Mrs. Reynolds nnd I change our address December 1 from Jourdnnton to Columbus Tex- as where I become on thnt date Pas- tor of tlie First Baptist Church there. I conclude nt that time my pnstorate in Jourdnnton. "Thanking you I am" Sincerely yours J. Mnnley Reynolds '29. Fort Davis Texns November 21 1939. "I enjoy receiving the Bulletin very much and hope It may continue to come. Thnnks n lot." Sincerely Mrs. J C. Duncan '17. (Rcna McCutchcon). Olnthe...

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

Pago 6 TIIE H-S U nRAND It's Nothing New or Different But It's Absolutely Sincere WELCOME EXES WOOTEN HOTEL BOB WESTBItOOK Manager Remember Exes Wc Still Specialize in All Types of Beauty Work Fifth Avenue Beauty Shop "SEARS THE PRACTICAL GIFT STORE" Gifts for everyone both young ami old Gifts for the car the home and Craftsman tools for the workshop. Give a practical gift. Sears Roebuck & Co. 173 Pine Phone -1511 350-66 Pine St. Abilene Texas Meet Us at Sloan's For Lunch SLOAN'S DRUG WE FEATURE MEXICAN FOOD and REMEMBER EXES Wc Always Appreciate Your Business A Largo Stock To Choose From C. M. PRESLEY "Credit Jeweler" A Ship-load of Xmas Val- ues Priced within the realms of every college stu- dent's budget. McLELLAN'S 266 Pine Fire .Windstorm Hail Explosion Automobile We Write All Lines of Insurance and Bonds pmmetterhamller 509. lO MIMS BLDG. DIAL 5665 Menrl and Women?. Select Recdy-ta-WeoA CAMPBELLS FOR GIFTS See Fergus-Wright 4th and Pine Phone 6209 The House of Better Photo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 9 December 1939

Be Oh Jfand 4b Sbon't MiU fjf Vol. XXIV Z714 HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE TKXAS DECEMBEIt 9 1939 No. 12 QUEEN Grmles seem to be the topic of the week. Espccinlly the grades of fresh- men lcsiding in Ferguson hnll. . . . Now no one is snying that the fresh- man course here in the university are harder than usual but some school officials and doubtless many parents are wondering why so many Fergu- son slimes are stumbling over class- room hurdles. According to some school authori- ties theie is n greater number of failures among dormitory boys this year than there has been the past few. In fact a check-up revealed that 30 per cent of Ferguson freshmen were below sea level in their grades ut mid-semester whereas brother slimes who live out in town showed only 10 per cent failures. But is that revealing survey so sur- prising that there is any need of a gicat commotion? ... We think not! Possibly the administration is seek- ing un answer to this great "Incon- gruity" which this col...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 9 December 1939

.?& - 3 V l -' l 1 ' . ..- Page 2 THE n-S U BRAND KJ 1 r W. WX2. 4&. Editorials Has Your Watch Stopped? Sxchanges "At the sound of the next musical note it will bo exactly 1 oclock." How often wo have heard that sentence broad- cast and quite as often wo have glanced at our watches to see if they were set correctly. Then too when wc are passing a jeweler's guaranteed correct time wo check our watches with the jew- eler's clock. In one of his poems Christopher Morley tells of such an incident people stopping in front of the window to adjust their watches. Ho wonders if instead of clocks some great poem telling perfect truth or beauty were displayed how many people would pause to adjust their minds. What better time is there to set our "mental watches" than this month preceding the New Year) This is the time to set our thoughts in tunc with those high ideals and aspirations that we have lost sight of in the hurry and din of modern living. It is the time to set our life to tick...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 9 December 1939

V'l m THE H-8 U I1RAND If3 SECOND ANNUAL FEUD BOWL CLASSIC WEDNESDAY Brand Bronco Teams To Meet in Conflict Thu (second annual Feud Howl game will be held Wednesday afternoon on I'nrrnmotc field starting nt 4 o'clock. Winners of the first round tho Bron- cos will meet tho winners of the sec- ond nnd third rounds tho Brand. The gnme promises to be the best of the current Intramural season nnd will 'mark tho closo of the footbnll yenr nt llnrdln-SImmons. Oilginntois of tho Idcn were the I uomucrs wno niter ending second in tho inttnmurnl race Inst yeur chal- lenged tho champion Physical Educa- tion club. Tho game was won by the Phys Ed team when Jimmy Moore kicked n 40 yard field goal on the last play of the game. This year's game will feature two tennis who have shown a pcisistcntly good defense und n fair offense throughout the season. The Brand .features the running of Cumble and the passing of Jimmy Moore Lending the Bronco offense is Jim- my Stephens nnd Kail Bonncaux. The probab...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 9 December 1939

Pf 4 THE H-B U BRAND Alumni Banquet Set For June 1 Class Committee Chairmen Announced Date for the annual alumni banquet for ex-students of Hardln-Simmons University was set here at the Home- coming week-end festivities and re- union committees for the honor classes arc complete today as an- nounced by Mrs. H. A. Pender presl- dent of the H-SU alumni body. The banquet date Is next Juno 1 nnd the honor reunion classes arc those of 1805 1000 1010 1015 1020 1025 1030 and 1035. m Class committee chairmen as an- nounced arc Mrs. I O. Stokes class of 1805; Mrs. John K. Hutto class of 1000; E. J. Woodward Drownwood class of 1010; E. T. Compere class of 1015; Dr. W. Tructt Walton Ran- ger class of 1020; Gray Browne class of 1025; John Styles Allen class of 1030; Mrs. J. C. Hunter Jr. class of 1035. Committee members were named too for reunion classes since 1015 and several of these groups met Fri- day nt various times on a busy home- coming day to push commencement week plans. Notably G. W....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 16 December 1939

And A JfapfHf A Mf GltMdmal Vol. XXIV Z714 nARDIN.8IMM0NS UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXAS DECEMBER 16 1939 No. 13 F V i TEXAS TECH H-S. U. TO RENEW ATHLETIC RELATIONS Coronation Ceremonies University Banquet Huge SuccessSL If tilings come along as is hoped the next year or two will see the re- nownl of one of the most prominent gridiron rivalries in the southwest jiitting the Cowboys against the Red Raiders of Texas Tech. Yes resumption of athletic rela- tions between West Texas' two most outstanding gridiron powers was seen as an immediate probability following Tuesday's meeting of the Texas Tech athletic council. Chairman of the council said that the body voted to resume nil athletic relations with Hardin-Simmons prob- ably beginning with basketball in the 1940-41 season and assuming old-time proportions with a football game in 1941. It was reported that the only mem- ber of the Tech athletic council who was not in favor of having the two West Texas gridiron giants meet again was Coach P...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 16 December 1939

jKV. .a :?.". M hfll THE II-S U BRAND Ks J I if i IV 14 ljr & tf 5s IV.' w VJh :-w. cv $i?WAr . ' i(T friKV fr.fVV. nvt r. i'"i" wu rm 'Sditorials Exchanges Campus Camera Christmas Giving Here nro a few things that stu- dents usually expect to do over the Christmas holidays but usually don't. During the holiday season there pontes to the 1. To write your term theme over mind of many persons the old old question of what the holidays. to give. The impulse to give is often n perplexing 2. To icad over due book reports problem. ."With all the advertising columns filled 3. To catch up on Ions needed sleep. with gift suggestions gifts for every member of Hhe family one would think that it would not be so difficult. Probably the real reason why those offerings leave one so much in perplexity is that they do not and cauuot include the most important element of any gift which is the spirit of the givor. "Jail conditions are Retting sorry Although we have a list of relatives and friends I...

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