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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 12 December 1936

X Page Two THE DRAND QJIjc Urattb A weekly college newspnper published every Saturday during the school year by tho Hardln-Simmons Press Club In tho Interest of tho Student Body of Hardin-Sim-moni University. Entered as second class mall matter June 22 1917 nt tho Postoffico at Abllcno Texas under act of March 3 1912. CTORIENTr (CAMPUS COMMEMT HOW ABOUT FIXING THIS? Subscription Price per year $1.00 Editorial Office: First Floor Abilene Hall 1302 Unlvcr- sity Drive. Downtown Office: 241 Hickory Street. Telephones 7211 0r 6761 Mack Machen Editor-in-Chief Jcromo Newman Business Manager NOTHING IS AS OLD AS 1020 An investigation carried on by a well known monthly magazine brings to light sumo interesting facts as to the college student of this ago. The gin guzzling smart nlcek of 1920 is now a char- acter in the dim pages of history. Joe College of 1936 wants security first lie is not giving his all for some high sounding cause but merely fortifying himself from economic uu- ccrtninity...

Publication Title: Brand, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 12 December 1936

Pf Tbxea 11 Immm. LOCALS END SEASON WITH 28-6 ROUT OF FRESNO STATE THE IIRAND feP ON By West The Cowboys entertained the Cali- fornia Bulldogs in Wichita Falls Inst Sn tut day afternoon hy defeating tlicm 28 to 0 nnd disgruntled fans tuu still beefing because the final match oilginnlly curded for Cowboy stadium was moved to more profit- able fields. Basis of the current giumbling and giiping evidently lies in the fact that the game was lepoited to be thrilling?. The truth is that it was made thiilllng by the iden- tical featuies that have charac- terized other intcrscctioual games played by the Cowboys this fall. Lengthy gallops and many com- pleted passes wore the only tin ills. The visitors scoicd on a break and not for a single mo- ment was there a doubt in the mind of any spectator as to who would win the fiay. Grid practice has been carried on this week by one Ilucll Lllison guard who has reported for solo workouts each afternoon in Cowboy stadium. Fifteen laps around the field...

Publication Title: Brand, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 12 December 1936

Pago Fonr TIIE BRAND Pair of Points Not Enough B.-B. Boys (Continued from page 3) Pond again failed to kick goal. John Hart first string fullback for tho scribes received n biokcn shoul- der early in tho third period and the chances of the Brand-Bronco winning were lessened still more. Despite their handicap the Writ- ers came back for their second tlnent but lost tho ball on downs deep in tho Gymnastics territoiy. The final frame was opened by n fast passing nttack by the Sinners but the advancement fell short on tho P. E. 25 yard stiinc. After u steady drive down tho field Pond scampered 25 paces around left end for the final counter of the game. Mooio added the extra point from placement. Statistics show that the victors were outdone in punting and passing. Izzaid's eight punts were for a total of 171 yaids avei aging 212 ynids pel- try while the Phys Edi nvciaged only 27 yards per kick. The Sci ibes completed 0 of 17 attempted passes for 05 yaid gain and five intercept- ed. AH f...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 19 December 1936

Brain o m Merry Christmas And A Happy New Year Ride the Sun Bowl Special To EI Paso 0 VOL. XXI HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY AIIILENE TEXAS DECEMBER 19 1936 No. II STRONG ORPHANS' MAY ORGANIZE H.-S. U. Cagers Aim Erratic But Swamp Baylor 37-16 && bZ t-- Yes girls the "Moo-Carnlvnl" has come and went the Santa Clous let tcrs ore printed and everybody is ready to take off for the Yulctidc and home. Truthfully speaking the letters to St. Nick have left little fod- der for the scathing columnists or we might say there arc few people and things touched in the columns which arc not also mentioned in the letters but read both anyway. With the two-bits that Bill Cherry Kave us in hope that we would not mention about his case with Roxy Bass your ever-alert correspondent shot the works and spent a delecta- ble evening at the Cowgirl Charity Ball Thursday. Mainly in order to fill space we jot the following: GREATEST FIND Helen Day who looks interesting in a ballerina's costume and could be...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 19 December 1936

'(" ' Page Two TnE BRAND uJijc Irani) A weekly collcgo nowspaper published every Saturday during: tho school year by tho Hardln-Simmons Press Club in ths Interest of tho Student Body of Hardin-Sim-mons University. Entered as second class mail matter Juno 22 1017 at tho Postuffico at Abilene Texas under act of March 3 1912. Subscription Price per year $1.00 Editorial Office: First Floor Abilene Hall 1302 Univcr- eity Drive. Downtown Offico: 241 Hickory Street. Telephones 7211 0r 6751 Mack Machon Editor-in-Obiof Jerome Newman Business Manager TOUCH SYSTEM Into every student's life there comes n time a necessity for "mnkin' dc touch offn sonic guy." Just before Christmas is one of those fatal times. Checks decrease in the mail; funds hit rock bottom and something must be done about the situation. Scientific methods should be employed for the best results of borrowing money. (Best to avoid roomie). The "toucher" should give his. victim thorough scrutiny to determine the content of his p...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 19 December 1936

-.' TOE BRAND Ptg TkfM 1937 BASKETBALL CARD INCLUDES CRACK OPPOSITION L.-l. ..- ; ' ''if--;.'.:". fr -. .. . -.. - ... .. L ........ .... ....... . . .....- ... ...... . .-"'' ;. . . .''iT KrTT.T.T.'T"." '' '-i- .... . m n ... n yr; .. " - i -- . j.j.mij inn Top Notch Teams Matched For Goes Intcrnntion.il Scries Billed With Mexico; Others Arc On Schedule Hnrdin-Simmons' veteran bnskct- ballcrs nrc in for intcrnntionnl ns well ns some tough competition with the loading cage crews of the south- west. The season's schedule Issued this week by Manager Gib Snndcfcr car- ried 24 games including the one last night and tonight's fray. Six gnmes nre carded with the National Uni- versity of Mexico and four more with Southwest conference clubs. Daniel Baker Enst Texas State Teachers nnd West Texas State Teachers college are the others ap- pearing on the bill. Dates for the mid-February trip to Mexico as they nppcar below arc only tentative. Contracts for the games have been signed but no dates...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 19 December 1936

Page Foar THE BRAND HARDIN-MMMONS FAVORITES AND QUEEN HONORED GUESTS AT TEA In n Yulctldo sotting in tho parlors of Mary Frances hall tho quoon and class favorites of Hnrdln-Slmmons university wero honored Sunday aft- ernoon from 4:30 to 0:30 with a tea. A Christmas tree on tho step land- ing was decorated in bright colors while red and green wero given em- phasis in tho appointments for the lncc-lnid tea table. Red tapers furn- ished lighting. Doorways and arches were draped with holiday festooning. Receiving Line Mrs. J. D. Sandcfcr headed tho re- ceiving line mado up of tho honored guests and their escorts and repre- sentatives of tho students associa- tion. Included wero: Eva Nell Ar- nold Thco Rigsby Mildred Burnett Johnnlo Green Gcorgenla Hawkins Rena Southern Elvin Howell Flor- enco Ncal Jcromo Newmnn Jcanello Green Clark Jarnlgan Inez Lollar Judd Warren Norma Sue Tippcn Flo Caldwell and Leslie Clary. Rigsby as students' president opened tho program with tho welcome to guests...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 9 January 1937

Brand mp FIRST IN: Leadership News Interest Circulation Start Studying For Finals Dead Week Just Ahead VOL. XXI IIARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXAS JANUARY 9 1937 No. IS SMASHING WIN OVER MINERS CLIMAXES SUCCESSFUL YEAR mm. fete iT-r Well girls the only thing good about the bad Heather the last few dnjs is that jou enn write with truth those misused lines "Please excuse my absence. I was 111." And the cold wnvo nlso probably saved us from another whole week of chapel lectures. Undoubtedly there nre n few Rood things loose in the world. El Paso nnd Junrcz to some appeared to have been some sort of temporary Utopias. Wo here surmise that perchance it was the milk and honey of the land flowing nil over the plnce. (Milk that doesn't come in milk bottles nnd lion- ics that have no connection with bees). People hereabout have seen plenty of the elder flower of the Dunnngan family for nearly three years . . . but nlways a Mr. Fox somehow managed to inject his portrait into the landsca...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 9 January 1937

Pago Two THE BRAND GJbr fUrmtii A weekly college newspaper published every Saturday during the school year by tho Hardin-Simmons Press Club' In tho interest ol tho Student Body of Hnrdin-Slm-mons University. Entered ns second class mail matter June 22 1917 nt tho Fostoffice at Abilene Texas under net of March 3 1912. Subscription Price per yenr $1.00 Editorial Office: First Floor Abilene Hall 1302 Unlvcr- sity Drive. Downtown Offico: 241 Hickory Street. Telephones 7211 0r 5751 CURRENT CAMPUS COMMENT A HORSE OF ANOTHER COLOR riprhiniid ran national advertising dy NATIONAL ADVERTISING SERVICE INC. COLLISC PUBLISHERS REPRESENTATIVE 4S0 MADISON AVE. NEW YORK N. Y. CHICAOO DOSTON . SAN FRANCISCO LOS ANOELES PORTLAND . SEATTLE Mnck Machcn Editor-in-Ohiof Jerome Newman Business Manager TO CUT OR NOT TO CUT Although figures nn number of class cuts tbis yenr are not readily available there is no doubt that a number of students are using tbis "privi- lege" too freely. The idea that cutting cl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 9 January 1937

r THE BRAND Page litre 11 COWBOYS WIN SIX FROM SOUTHWEST CONFERENCE QUINS -" KEIIDSHA Mk &o W- m& & JKOf "AIll4i i rfrw . Cowhand Cagcrs Tame Mustangs Frogs And Bears Each Opponent Drops Two Games To Ranchers During Xmns Coach Frank Kimbrough's Cowboy Haskctccrs emerged from a six gnmc holilay schedule of strong Southwest conference quintets with an unblem- ished records. Opening matches of the season were with the Haylor Hears who fell - under the decisive scores of 37 to 10 0t and 27 to 0 on the nights of Dec. 18 and 10. Southern Methodist and Tcx- ns Christian bowed in order bcfoie the onslaught of the veteran Handl- ers. In the last game of the series the Cowboys playing without their foot- ball playing regulars defeated for the second time T. C. U.'s Horned Frogs by a score of 27 to 19. Absent in the Cowhand lineup were Kill Har- ris Firman Scroggins Ollie itccves and Klackie Callaway who were in El Paso for the Sun Rowl game. The stny-at-homo regulars included Sam ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 9 January 1937

Page Foar THE BRAND Reporter Quizes 202 Studes; Favor All Questions Except Girls Smoking By Your Campus Correspondent Alloysius Undcrgrnd of our campus emphatically indicated in n poll con- ducted this week by a Brand reporter that ho did not sco anything morally wrong with girls smoking but that ho did not llko to sco one smoke how- ever and that ho was in favor of school sponsored dances.' Thero were 202 students' interviewed 111 girls nnd 01 boys which may bo consid- ered a cross-section of every typo of student life. On tho question as to whether they considered smoking morally wrong for girls 39 said that it was and 163 replied negatively. This is the only point upon which no indifferent votes wcro cast. Against Women Not one student said that ho liked to see a girl smoke while 188 said that they did not. Indiffcrcnts num- bered 14. Regarding school sponsored dances tho returns were as follows: For 170; against 16; indifferent 1; nnd stato schools only 3. Our student prexy Thco...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 16 January 1937

mp ratio Seniors Should Check Credits Before Registering Make The Tax On Pa Lighter . . . Pass Those Finals VOL. XXI HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXAS JANUARY 16 1937 No. 16 FALL TERM NEARING CLOSE: FINALS BEGIN FRIDAY MORNING ; Well girls some of you pretty lit tic things that live In M. F. II. or out in town nnc! who make a habit of leading our football playing youth astray could best "build storehouses for the future" by turning your feeble minded heavy's low I. Q. toward final exams and grades. (Grades mean considerable at graduation the dif- ference in fact between a degree and just plain graduation. And accord- ing to our idea of the matter "plain graduation" is practically the same as nothing. Way back in the nineties somebody invented a system for "getting out" by "honor points" that could for pure conglomeration and complication be surpassed in life only by Eli Culbcrtson's system for contract. It seems that In order to quit the . place with "full glory" one must have...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 16 January 1937

' vV 1V Page Two THE BRAND ViE I l- 4 A weekly collego newspaper published every Saturday during tho school year by tho Hardin-Simmons Press Club in the interest of tho Student Body of Hardin-Slm-mons University. Entered as second class mail matter Juno 22 1017 nt tho Postoffico at Abilene Texas under act of March 3 19ll Subscription Price per year $1.00 Editorial Offico: First Floor Abilene Hall 1302 Univer- sity Drive. Downtown Offico: 241 Hickory Street. Telephones 7211 0r 6751 RCPRMCNTIO rOR NATIONAL AOVritTISINO BY NATIONAL ADVERTISING SERVICE INC. COLLEOK PUBLIlHtRS RlFRKSXNTATIVC 430 MADISON AVE. NEW YORK N. Y. CHICAGO . BOSTON . BAN FRANCISCO LOS ANOKLtS . PORTLAND . SEATTLE Mack Machcn Editor-in-Okiof Jeromo Nownura Business Manager ssaajEraa 4CE3sa3sxsnBsEBBiBB3aEXEEnKac39a: PLOW A STRAIGHT FURROW Exam time is with us again and ns in keeping with the custom of the Brand since the year '01 we join with Proxy and the faculty in admonishing students to be fair and square in t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 16 January 1937

4. TOE BRAND Pag lltftas .' A . Lookback Spotlights Outstanding Cowboys Win Nine Drop Two For 1936 National Press Says Tyler Cherry Crowell Are Outstanding Ily IIOYT WEST The final curtain on the year 1030's football has been definitely rung down and the game is now nothing more than n stale subject for bnrbcrship reflection. As tho light wanes on colorful sea- son's activities followers of the Cow- boysand opponents can unhesi- tnntly speak of the year as tho great- est in Hnrdin-Simmons' history. With an already highly acclaimed record for 1035 written in tho an- nals tho veteran Cowhands contin- ued under the capable tutelage of Prank Kimbrough its upward trek ending as ono of tho top teams of the nation and with an unprecedented list of achievement. Nine Games in Dag Victories number nine while only a duo of early season defeats mar the final score card. Competition embraced traditional rivals South- west conference elevens intorscction- nl foes and New Year's Bowl opposi- tion....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 16 January 1937

Page Four THE BRAND I TEXAS OUTLOOK HAS ARTICLE ON RADIO EQUIPMENT AT H-SU Current issuo of the Texas Out- look teachers' monthly magazine carries an article on the radio equip- ment In use in the speech department of Hardin-Simmons university. Tho story written by Edward B. Dugan journalism professor nt the university and entitled "Radio Train- ing as n Speech Art" follows: "Enter Demosthenes lato 1930 model in n West Texas locale. "No pebbles no beach and waves that Instead of lapping his feet fete the laps that not so many years ago held him as n boy. "Several times each week young men and women lift eyes from tho supersensitive 'mike to West Texas hills that are framed In studio win- dows of the Abilcno Hilton hotel hills that hold home sand hopes of parents who even as they are spoken hear words from familiar lips. "Today's fortunate Demosthenes a clcar-cycd young man not only at Hardin-Slmmons but at other univer- sities where radio equipment and broadcasting facilities co-opc...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 30 January 1937

I TFhrv RtMnA Read About The Brand FIRST IN: Leadership News Interest and Circulation VOL. XXI HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVKH8ITY AIJILENE TEXAS JANUARY 30 1937 No. 17 Beaut and Beau L W I H W M H HI A. I I I PP Well girls Morrow nnd better half dropped into the Ilrnnd of- fice Thursday night to hide from the Wolves. Feeling the urge since he saw our correspondent staring at nn empty page with nothing on it except the caption "Branding Iron" he set himself down and dashed off the follow- ing: "Well girls most people by now have finished arguing whe- ther Grcenbcrry and Lillcy arc married or not. Wc might add that the newspapers will carry today the legal notice that he and she arc hitched. True to the old newspaper creed a reporter never makes news himself until he is married so he saved the scoop for his old pallsy-wallsy The Hrand. He IS MAUIUKI) and to the sweetest little girl in the world Rosalie to use his ex- act words of 1-28-37. "The reason" Ilurnctt sajs "My Johnnjc is such poor cou...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 30 January 1937

k wn X 'K Pt Tw THE BRAND ..V L " Ilk I. fi In t j IfSU . 'f- i K ' V ' ' A weekly collage newspaper published every Saturday farkg the school year by the Hardin-Simmons Press Club ia the Interest of the Student Dody of Hardin-Slm-Koas Unlvtrsity. Entered as second class mail matter June 22 1017 at the Fostoffice at Abilene Texas under act of March 3 1912. Subscription Price per year $1.00 Editorial Office: First Floor Abilene Hall 1302 Univer- sity Drive. Downtown Office: 241 Hickory Street. Telephones 7211 0r 6751 RCPRtSCNTtD FOR NATIONAL ADVtRTItlNO BY NATIONAL ADVERTISING SERVICE INC. CoLLtOK PUBLISH! BrHINTATIV 4SO MADISON AVE. NEW YORK. N. Y. CHICAOO SOSTON SAN mANCISCO LOS ANOILIS roRTLAND SKATTLK Mack Machen Editor-in-Chief Jerome Newman Business Manager Burton Shelton Associate Editor Hoyt West Managing Editor S. J. White Sport Editor Si Addington Columnist Kuth Tyler Columnist Nell Shults Columnist Dolores Self ridge Columnist Fay Morrison Dramatic Critic Frim College Pres...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 30 January 1937

-"- Jft""?W T?T" '''!'''" '"-ji--'i"ai''' THE BRAND Pg TfctfM -u r . tjHfflo ii u . I '. SIGN FOR GAMES WITH 0. C. U. AND WEST TEXAS STATE . .R& A 9e& SL L&. & a r gey t 1 Wolves Set Back By Success Turn Pack Is Momentarily Quiet But Will Soon Return To Gib's Neck Receipt of two signed contracts for football games next fall were an- nounced this week by G. B. Sandefor business -manager. This makc3 n grand total of three opponents al- . ready on the dotted line to fnce the Cowboys next season. First agreement closed was with Oklahoma City university providing a two-year scries home-and-homc with the 1937 game to be played in Abilene. West Texas State college has been signed for a game in Can- yon. The O. C. U. Goldbugs coached by Toby Greene will play in Abilene next November 10 and the 1038 match will be played on n correspond- ing date in Oklahoma City. The Bi- sons arc slated for October 2 in Can- yon. Compared with teams of the past Oklahoma City was" comparativel...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 30 January 1937

Pat Foar THE BRAND Story Of Trip In Untracked Jungle Of Brazil h Written To Homefoik By Missionary Graduate of H.-S.l). Uy RAY A Btory of .pioneering Into the In- terior of Brazil in n pickup truck heavily loaded with a "civilized" car- go that included a mechanical refrig- erator n radio nnd a bicycle has been written to friends in Abilene by the Rev. Blonnye Foreman Baptist mis- sionary. The Rev. Mr. Foreman completed n long trip over trails meant for noth- ing larger than oxcarts when ho nr"- rived nt Corrente his station on No- vember 11 after having left Recife October 24. Letters to Abilene friends were received n few days ago after two months in the mails. En route the missionary drove the pickup through long stretches of sand that reached the hubs across rivers and marshes and through brush country. In some cases he writes it was necessary to cut nway trees remove rocks and fill in holes before the automobile could bo driven. It was tho first time a motor vehicle had ever be...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 6 February 1937

Brand h? First In: News Interest Circulation And Circulation Think! Live! Drink! Eaj! Sleep! Talk! The Big Brand Contest ttrBKW& VOL. XXI HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXAS jBtWUnfl 1937 No. 18 . BAND LEAVES TUESDAY TO PLAY FOR ARIZONA RODEO Classics of Masters To Wierd Gong Rhythm Will Feature Grainger's Bill ?4esnDlN3r nww UK c Hello girls ! We suggest that you go around to the library right today and sec for yourself if you've been nominated for MOST BEAUTIFUL GIRL ON THE CAMPUS. Nobody is barred and everyone has a ehance. You can even nominate yourself if you can get the necessary number of sinners. And things are now galloping along nt a hectic pace in the title sprint for UGLIEST BOY. Officials nfter a parley decided that there would be no discrimination as to eligible can- didates. But of course as customary members of the Brand staff and their relatives arc barred from competition. New Major Flood! Pep Over High Mark Hats Hit Ring In Brand Race Friday night numerous...

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