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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 16 December 1939

O ? ' THE li-S U BRAND PeYftl Broncos Turn Back Brands' Last Quarter Drive To Win Second Annual Feud Bowl Battle 8 to 6 GLANCING at SPORTS By WACIL McNAIR Sports Editor Cagers Open With Arizona University Early Safety Gives 2-Point Margin That Beats Inkmen 12-Piece Band Furnished Music For Tilt; Little Brown Jug Catches Contributions Ily HOI! MURDOCH ll-SU Itrnnd Editor Repulsing n desperate Inst quarter drive by the favored II rand nine wltli n valiant Roal line stand the Uroncos emerged from n hectic battle 8 to 0 winner in the second annual Feud Bowl conflict held Wednesday afternoon on Parramoro Field. The Uronco touch Rrldders forged ahead In the first quarter when Cumble was touched behind his own goal after Honneaux Uronco tailback put the Printers in a hole with a surprise quick-kick. Heat of the first quar- ter featured a kicking duel between Honneaux and Jinimic Moore of the Ilrand. The Drnnd bys didn't tiail lone; however. Before the first quarter ended Ted Hull who wns a...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 16 December 1939

P4 THE H-8 U BRAND mmmmmmmmmmmM) fttbtt Nirk Kill ? Suay grUmu 3f Iff (Complira Uith foqwatB Tracking Down Tuberculosis Germs P USE Better Dairy Products Dear Santa Claus: Wo are studtnts at Hnrdln-Slm-mons University; naturally wo'vo been very good. Here are some let- ters from the better children and will you plcaso tako note. headaches and I'll be satisfied Plcaso don't forget "Llttlo Brother" he is a good kid. Thank you STORMY DAVIS. MILK ICE BUTTER ICE CREAM Serving Hardin-Simmons University Patrons nnd Friends Daily anflgJL $?'' hiMJl vTJPtSSBBBBBBBBB '' Jk'& 3i4ri W'9RuLx 3S PPPPPPPPPPBS&v-'ijai'JPPA OUR NOTE May each and all of the Faculty and Student Body celebrate n very Merry Christmas! Abilene Printing & Stationery Co. Dear Santa: Listen pal those were swell socks you sent mo last year but now they are worn out. The other day in class I reached down and pulled them plumb out of my shoes. I want a pair that will 'wear and that's nil! Wishing you good luck BUD ...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 6 January 1940

SaAu Jlautkittl Sbau 9l Gomuuf. Soon $ffi 9l 6om4kf Soon Vol.'SxiV Z714 HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXAS JANUARY 6 1940 No. 14 "" ' " ' W Ml Honor Society New Members Tuesday Last Sumlny nt midnight millions of people throughout the world greet- ed the birth of o new year with din- ning shouts horn and whistle blow- ing bell ringing noise making in general and at the same time sound- ed the death knell of the year 1939. This columnist gazed upon the sea of automobiles that jammed the can- yons of downtown Dallas as the own- ers clamped heavy hands upon thous- ands of horns and shouted and yelled the new year into existence and the mob of people seemed hysterically happy . . . everyone drunk with mirth. But their extreme enjoyment left a question in our mind. Were they cele- brating the birth of n new year or the death of the old one? The arrival of a new year calls for a few backward glances always. When anyone stops to casually recall the happenings of a past twelve months i...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 6 January 1940

y " $ lfS THE H9 U BRAND M x ' ?l S? 'lO kj' - '.i Keeping Up tfjith the Exes 'Editorials Tech and Hardin-Simmons Friends everywhere we believe of Texas Tech- nological college and of Hardin-Simmons university By HARRY H. HAYES in Abilene will be happy because of the anticipated Lcona F Robert8 ha9 recently resumption of athletic relationships between these . . ..... two largest schools of West Texas. moved rom. Jacksonville Texas to When an unfortunate episode occurred several Longvlew. years ago to cause a rupture between the two Don Macc (Chester Nicode- schools it interrupted the greatest natural rivalry . . ... . ....J in West Texas and one of the most promising & U8 l ott ZJ2? the entire Southwest. "Happy Days" the authored week- While the friends of Texas Tech arc as a unit newspaper of the Civilian Consor- in feeling that they "were in no wise at fault in the vatlon Corps. His headquarters are distressing incident this is not a propitious timo in the Dally News Building ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 6 January 1940

h f THE H-8 U BRAND rM.i ' . - if..'" y V -V r i. . . WbL-' " ;v . i K X tj i. i ; GLANCING at SPORTS By WAOIL McNAIR Sport) Editor All the Bowl games ore over now and thoughts ore turning away from football in the lino of sports. However it shouldn't pass without notice that H-SU didn't look at all bad on New Year's day. In the Sun Bowl Arizona State a team to whom the Cowboys administered their defeat for the year 1039 held Catholic U. to a scoreless tie and outshincd the Catholics in the first downs column and in yards gained. f Bulldog Turner played 20 minutes in the East-West game despite a painful leg injury he received In practice a few days before game time. Only one Injury In the nation was more publicized than that of the Bulldog and it belonged to Tennessee's Cafcgo. Sports pages both far and remote kept tab on Turner's disability day by day from the time it occurred until the day of the game. However the big tough Cowboy with the "choir-boy face" (as the New York Sun dub...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 6 January 1940

Page 4 TOR H-8 U BRAND Students JXew York Kemotest Point Reached Over 2-Week Yule Season "Gone With the Wind" Sugar Bowl Conferences Attract Many Others A- Negro porter's chant beginning; with New York and ending with "Mo- bile Pensacola and nil points ens and west" would probably best do- scrlbo tho trips taken by various H- SU students and faculty members during tho recent Christmas holidays. It seems overyono wcwnt somewhere even If It was only out to grandma's. Tnnnlne flic list wo'rc comncllcd by honest admiration to put tho lad1""5 rnnS was rounded up and sold. who has actually seen "Gone With the Wind" and that's David Hull who went to New York during tho holidays. Ho also saw tho stage play "Time of Your Life" and skated at tho Rockefeller Center ico rink. Most all tho faculty members and students were taking rest cures away from each other. Among those get- ting nway from us nil were Dr. and Mrs. Richardson and Rupert who vis- ited relatives (get used to that phrase you're ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 13 January 1940

JlaU 3W WA IZuua QinoU Vol. XXIV Z714 HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXAS JANUARY 13 1940 No. 15 INCOMPLETE '40 GRID CARD SHOWS EIGHT TILTS BOOKED 1 5 New Members Installed Into Alpha Chi Thursday M If;" fate Editing a paper without ruf- fling someone's feelings is like winking at a girl in the dark a lot of exercise hut no results. Thnt little bit of jornalistlc phi- losophy is credited to the Junior Col- lcgiun. . . . This scribe can say from dear experience thnt when someone does happen to get his feelings ruffled through the medium of a college news- paper results are plentiful. It is then the editor better hang out his No One at Home sign and hie himself away in some nice tranquil secluded spot for n week or so. 'Twas not so long ago upon n sunny Monday morning we came whistling down the hall bound for the editor's snnctuary in the best of spirits. Swinging through the open door we nbruptly came face to face with n huge burly gentleman slumped in the editor's broken-backed ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 13 January 1940

(. -- J.'- Pagcl "V THE H-S U BRAND I ' -. . r-. ht UJ v.- V f 'Editorials Anti-Lynching Bill Tho Gavagan anti-lyuching bill bounded back in- to Congress rather hotly this week creating quite a bit of headline copy throughout the nation. This same bill was turned back in tho Senate by n fili- buster led by Texas' Hatton W. Sumncrs aftor it had passed the House when the lynching question was so prevalent last year. Only Negro member of the llouso of Represen- tatives Arthur W. Mitchell of Illinois this week took tho floor to accuse tho Republican party of trying to buy the Negro voto in the coming elec- tion through tho Republican-drafted anti-lyuching bill. The proposed bill against lynching is n slap in the face to southern people. It would make peace officers in whoso districts lynchings occurred sus- ceptible to heavy fine and imprisonment by fed- eral law. The tone of tho purposed bill is such as to indicate that southern communities actually permit mob lynchings. Last year thre...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 13 January 1940

'Jfwi ' THE H-S U BRAND PfS WEST TEXAS INVADES CORRAL MONDAY NIGHT rsi i Ranchers To Enter Southwestern Tourney In El Paso February 27-29 Buff Skyscraper Charles Halbert House New Mexico Is only a sophomore but he looks down on his West Texas teammates from a height of six-fcct-ten-lnches. The Buffs havo long been featuring tall men on their "world's tallest team" but It is seldom that they see a man Hal- bcrt's equal even in their country. Two H-Sli Teams In City Cage League Two team3 made up of H-SU stu dents are entered in the Abilene Ama- teur Basketball League one composed of former intramural stars and the other of football players from Smith hall. The Smith hall aggregation plays under the name of the Seiberling Never Flats sponsored by the Seiber- ling Tire Company. In their only league game of the campaign the Never Flats were nosed out in the last few seconds of play by a McMurry team. The Never Flats led by six points with only two min- utes left but the boys from the Res...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 13 January 1940

Pake 4 THE H-S U BRAND The Coming of Ruth " Will Be Given Tuesday By A Cappella Choir Deaton To Direct . Three-Act Cantata Clarinc Marsh Is Cast In Title Role of Ruth Presentation of "The Coming of Kuth" 'a three-act dramatic cantata by William T. Noss to bo given by the A Cappella Choir at Hnrdln- Simmons university next Tuesday night was announced today by Mrs. Lola Gibson Deaton H-SU voice de- partment head. The production will be given under Mrs. Denton's direction and the unl- 9 versity orchestra Herbert M. Pres- ton director will play. Curtain tlmo is 8 o'clock. The cantata story has its origin in tho Bible stories told in the books of Judges and Kuth. Claiinc Marsh H-SU junior coed from Eastland who is junior class favoiitc this year was cast in tho title role as Mrs. Deaton nnnounced personnel of the cantata today. Elizabeth Duck of Abilene will sing tho rolo of Naomi mother of Ruth and Orpah. Dorothy Jean Walker of Roby will sing the Orpah role. Other loles announced are Le...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 20 January 1940

Beutato QinoU Vol. XXIV Z714 HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXAS JANUARY 20 1910 No. 16 SCHOOL TO SECURE CHAPEL ORGAN WITH STUDENT AID Jlail Sbead Week u Artist Course Organist The first feature of the spring artist course will be presented next Friday night when Dr. Frank Aspcr famous organist makes his appearance here in the H-SU audi- torium accompanied by Beatrix Mayo mezzo-contralto. Dr. Aspcr studied in Europe and has appeared in concerts in most of the big cities in the United States. In Salt Lake City where he was organist at the Salt Lake City Tabernacle as many as 3200 people heard Dr. Aspcr's interpre- tations in one day alone. Symphony Orchestra Will Begin TSN Series Sunday Elaborate Memorial Ceremony For former Mascot to Be Staged Today Dog Named Damit Died 20 Years Ago No Brand Next Week Due To Final Exams Because examination week casts a menacing shadow over the Ilrnnd staff Editor Hob Murdoch an- nounced yesterday that there will be no Ilrnnd published next week....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 20 January 1940

k& Pare I THE H-S U BRAND . ? a" . rf? Exf k rP K& iw r tf. V 1 ' " fX r- k '. Sditoridls Keeping Up TJ)ith the Exes Campus Camera rrxsFS Dead Week Traditions Dead week is no longer dead I a7nB J? f?'m" fot ..... - . XT ball great and his HPC wife attend- Originally the idea was a week of study. No cd tho .SU.WTSC Bamo Tucsdny tests were to be given; class cuts were a mere n M Tho Davc orts nd. nothing. A thorough roview was conducted by all dregs l3 San Angei0 teachers ; it was a week in which the students could Excg who snw the bnskctbalI gamo "cram" to their heart's content and pass a stiff Tucsday nignt Bay that they imvo course on the results. never attended a game whero the old Today 11-su doesn't know the meaning ot such "Slmfito" was better portrayed. It a tradition. Wo'vo taken tests and more tests this js jn n measure spirit like this that week and have gone on with regular class work makes the Baptist school south of us with all the vigor wo'vo used all year. s0 h...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 20 January 1940

W'r '9fyyfWfTmr 0bFTryi"r ""8T r- THE n-S U BRAND P-C-S o ' 'i RANCHERS GAIN EVEN BREAK WITH WEST TEXAS t r aw GLANCING By WAOIL McNAIR Sports Editor It was a surprised nnd bewildered squad of West Texas Buffaloes that went to the showers after the H-SU-Buff game Tuesday night. After their smashing 49 to 25 victory on Monday night tho Buffs wero evidently expect- ing a fairly easy game but they reckoned without the fire of the blood- thirsty Cowhands. Tho Ranchers seemed to be after a victory at any cost from the very start 01 things and they began their work In earnest at tho beginning. This was one of the more interesting games that has ever been staged in the Cor- ral. Hcighth didn't mean much be- cause tho Cowboys took tho ball off tho backboard about two thirds of the time. Even in tho first fracas they were hustling and frequently out- classed tho tall Canyon boys in follow- ing up shots. They didn't hrivo much luck In making the goal in this first game though and tho Buffs we...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 20 January 1940

Pag 4 THE H-S U BRAND Dr. Asper May Be First To Play H-SU's New Organ Dr. Frank W Asper famous or- ganist will bo brought to the Hardin- Simmons campus on January 20 at 8 o'clock. With Dr. Asper will appear Beatrix Mayo Hollywood's great con- tralto. Dr. Asper is from Mormon Taber- nacle Salt Lako City Utah. Ho stu- died in Europo thrco years and later taught at New England Conservatory of Music Boston. Ho was chosen to represent the western organists at the Philadelphia Scqul-Ccntcnnial. This famous organist was soloist for tho national convention of tho American Guild of Organists an organization of 6000 members. He is Fellow in that organization. Also to his long list of honors is the fact that ho is Dean of tho Utah Chapter. Dr. Asper is a member of Phi Kappa Lambda hon- orary musical fraternity. Not to be overshadowed is Miss Beatrix Mayo. She is n nativo Amer- ican and for eight years a resident of California. Miss Mayo along with being a great mezzo-contralto is an actress. H...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 3 February 1940

S Stand fy 4o Sadie JfautkUtl Week Stand toy 4o Sadie JfautJtuU IVetU Vol. XXIV Z714 HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY. ABILENE TEXAS FEBRUARY 3 1940 No. 17 iM9ffi l Lm 1 lBW jIPI th fer hotmIIB B B &yj " TECH -COWBOY "Seeing Eye " Dog Leads Blind Youth To University Classes Here Daily Dean Young Tries New Organ Organ Fund Increases As Student Drive Last night In Lubbock Texas Tech and the H-SU Cowboys got together on the hardwood for the first time in several years. That athletic contest last night had a great deal more sig- nificance than a lot of people might think. Before athletic lelatlons between the two schools became ruptured big crowds always turned out to sec them tangle whether it was on the basket- ball court or the gridiron. But then a littel thoughtlessness on the part of a .handful of students led to a sever ing of athletic relations between the two schools. It seems that one time the Tech band came' to Abilene to play an en- gagement. Being as full of pranks as most band...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 3 February 1940

iff f- v TBS H-S U BRAND . j in 17 f i "' ' " .-J" k L'V - .-rt "(4l 1 & v u 'i' ;' v 1 ' -I A t& " FA.- ' r - l' ' t. w Sfr " j1 . I. Pi b -t ft) r ft. '. J : 1 ?' - I' ' i: . .. M Sditorials A New Semester Means What? How fortunate it is for us that wc have come to Hardin-Simmons University nt this period of her brilliant history. We arc on the threshold of her greatest period of development. Even now plans nro under way for mammoth Scmi-Ccntcnnial cele- brations in 1941. Our school has arrived at another significant day in its history. This is a moment of deep signifi- cance in our lives. It is one of the highest honors to have membership in this great school family. The history of Hardin-Simmons University is crowned with great and worthwhile achievements. Our hearts arc aglow with warmth and fervor as we review the noble work of our founders and builders. By steadfast application to duty they ac- complished their worthy purposes. We all and each are deeply indebted to t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 3 February 1940

I . THE H-S U BRAND Pflf. j &" ri" ' ' ' l)& I ' if"-'.--"' V'V "t'f "11 ?:?fc.'i GLANCING at SPORTS By WAOIL MoNAIR Sports Editor Tho Texas 1'cch Red Raiders have already shown that they have one of the best cage teams In this part of the country. Their rtcord of 13 won out of 18 for the season is far ahead of anything the Cowboys have produced during the past few seasons'. But the Raiders worked just as hard for the current scries with the Ranchers as they would for a foe with a string of victories a mile long. In other words the boys up Lubbock way are taking nothing for granted and they prepared themselves for anything that might happen before taking the floor against the Cowboys. This Marshall Brown must have been brought up on basketball. He did his high school playing at White- house Texas a township that has lit- terally worked alive with crack cag- era for many years. Since going to Tech ho has been recognized on more than one occasion as an outstanding man in the B...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 3 February 1940

Page 4 THE H-8 U BRAND Fledgling Pilots Relates Thrills of s ' " Winning His Wings" On 1st Solo Johnye Watson Wds Vandever in Lubbock Cupid pleaded guilty of capturing one of the most popular couples on the H-SU campus last week. Announcement was made Inst Mon- day of the marriage of Johnye Wat- son of Sweetwater and John Ccct (Bud) Vnndever of Amarillo. The wedding took place nt Lubbock at the home of Judge II. Stein. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Stewart Jr. long-time friends of tho bride and Mr. and Mrs. Mnllcy Chisholm Hardln-Simmons students served as attendants. Mrs. Vandever was n senior coed and a member of the Cowgirls. She was elected "Sweetheart" of the Cow- boy football team last fall Mr. Van- dever being a Junior and half-back on the team. Mrs. Vandever Js the only daugh- ter of Luther Watson publisher of the Nolan County News and Mrs. Watson. Mr. Vandever's parents Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Vandever live in Amarillo. Ferguson Halt (Continued From Page 3) factory from the viewpoint of be...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 10 February 1940

Sadie JfawAiHl Week 9l Coming Sooh Sadie aHawkUil lUezh 9 I QomuUf Soon Vol. XXIV Z714 HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY AIHLENE.TEXAS FEBRUARY 10 1940 No. 18 SENIORS TO ERECT 'VICTORY BELL BELFRY AS GIFT 2 Constitutional Amends Passed by 465 378 Vote Sadie Hawkins Week Is coming soon. The exact date for tho heralded affair has not been definitely decided upon by the Student Council and the Brand. Tho masculine population about tho Forty Acres has brought a good bit of pressure to bear In favor of set- ting tho date for tho week that the first run of "Gone With the Wind" is being shown at the Paramount Theater. Lads hereabouts reason like this: maybe the gals won't become so en- thusiastic as to break down and take them to tho matinee with advance prices so steep but say the schem- ing scoundrels the SAD part of it is WE won't get to toko the ferns because it would be breaking the rules of Sadie Hawkins week. Boys can't ask girls for dates that week as per rules and regulations. More discus...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 10 February 1940

i&&?srm&-- "- 11 pfa ?' J THE H.S U nRAND Editorials 'Sxchanges Campus Camera Hold Your Hats Folks there have been about GO other wars throughout the world. During tho World War an average of four men a minute gave up their lives. Tho Battalion Texas A. & M. lly CONSTANCE BRIDGE Was It worth It? Since the first The wnrs in Enrnnn nro dim fn.. . . "orlu war mo war to cnu all wars ! il... mm" T.T!" 7. "w "?." l"" """" i "" iu " uiucuons ai nana nnu tnc once con- quering G. 0. 1 cleplinnt again on the warpath. For the first time in eight years there seems to he a good hasis for a good old 'Tammany" brawl. Herds of elephants and donkeys arc moving on the plains for a genuine pitched buttle. The tenth nnd n Ron v Sil i Cd " thT blwUpllB '' This Is Leap Year! And for the w nW 11 1 LI r " 8U1 CC001ssnl elWom?nt benefit of unaccustomed hlalos the h.chw-ill make Caesar and Napoleon quit playing Oklahoma Dally gives this formula heir harps (or shoveling coal) and 1 ston. Above...

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