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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 6 February 1937

ty- .VjV VM Par Tm THE BRAND m: i IV" ! ? f.-y r- ft sh ?. TO tc . fcfV r1- Br. Olhc IrattiJ A weekly collego newspaper published every Saturday during the school year by the Hardin-Simmons Press Club in the interest of the Student Body of Hardln-Slm-moBs University. Entered as second class mail matter June 22 1917 at tho 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 Offico: 241 Hickory Street. Telephones 7211 0r 6751 ' " ' """" i-i WWW I I Ill 1 - IICPRIIKNTCD FOR NATIONAL ADVERTISING BV NATIONAL ADVERTISING SERVICE INC. COLLIOK PUBUSHKRB RKPRCSINTATIVK 4SO MADISON AVE. NEW YORK N. Y. CHICAGO BOSTON BAN rRANCISCO LOS ANOILKS PORTLAND SEATTLE CUlfitRENT CAMPUS COMMENT "WHAT WAS THAT I ET?' Mack Machen Editor-in-Chief Jeromo Nowtnan Business Manager Burton Shclton Associate Editor Hoyt "West Managing Editor S. J. "White Sport Editor Si Addington Columnist liuth Tyl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 6 February 1937

x.jjZi) wyv-Vr-V t ! v .! 1 M .' TIIE BRAND Peg TW- ?; i COWMEN ONLY UNBEATEN TEXAS FIVE AIM FOR A. A. U. pr- Next Move Waits Council Sanction The question of what to do with the only undefeated senior college basketball team In the whole state of Texas the Cowboys of Hardin-Sim-mons is paramount in the minds of the university athletic moguls this week. Only remaining event on the sea- son's calendar which will adequately test tho prowess of the goal ringing Ranchers is the Nntional Baskctbnll championship tournament of the Amateur Athletic Union of the Unit- ed States. This meet will be held in tho Municipal nudltorium nt Denver Colo. March 14-20. Council's Approval Whether or not the Cowboys will compete for entrance in this nntional tourney which competing would no doubt mean their entering will de- pend upon the decision of the univer- sity nthletic committee. Several in- dividual members arc understood to bo in favor of the idea but so far no definite committment as to their st...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 6 February 1937

Pare Fotr THE BRAND hi I AMlesue (GUM EltoN Munirjplhy Air Mflunriled In Ft. Worth Speaking Tourney Opened At A.C.C. Marriage of Anna Mary Gafford daughter of Mrs. Loulso Gafford and Elton Murphy son of Mr. and Mrs. II. B. Murphy was solcmnzlcd Sat- urday morning in Fort Worth. Tho wedding took place In the home of tho bride's nunt. The bride wore a dressy spring suit in stonc-bluo woolen moulded softly at the waist flaring slightly at tho hem and finished with a collar of nzuro fox. Sho was wearing a grey hat with grey accessories. Sho car- ried a pale pink linen handkerchief. Both Mr. nnd Mrs. Murphy are for- mer students at Hardin-Simmons university. Mrs. Murphy was a stu- dent in tho university in '34 while Mr. Murphy received a B. A. degree from the school at tho close of the first semester. Mr. and Mrs. Murphy are making their home at 341 Poplar street. Farm Boy to Business Executive Story of H.-S. Grad Mormon Gives Shower For Bride First of tho in-honor affairs for Mrs. Murph...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 13 February 1937

STtji? Brand First In: News Interest Circulation And Circulation Think! Live! Drink! Eat! Sleep! Talk! The Big Brand Contest VOL. XXI HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXAS FEBRUARY J3 1937 No. 19 SEEK TO Too Many Candidates In Race; Primary Election Thursday To Narrow Test For Beaut -Beast By THE CONTEST EDITOR Primary election in the momentum-gaining Brand Beauty and Beast contest will be held next Thursday from 8:00 o'clock in the morning until 5:00 o'clock that evening. Sole requirement for the right of suffrage in this election officials ruled is the possession of a poll tax certificate obtainable at the nominal cost of three cents payable in coin or stamp. The tax receipts may be secured at the several ballot boxes and will also entitle the voter to cast his ballot in the final election which will be held the following week. Choral Selections Named For Term Roster Complete For Trios Quartets Sextettes Says Deaton Final selections nnd changes in per- sonnel of quartets trios s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 13 February 1937

NT Mc 'fit ttf Tw THE BRAND .$ t' r. liT IV IK -j ' &' P7 KSf?' 50& ' Sff. ''- I'' 7 . lW- '& & & ."' tfyj" "f QJljc Srattb A weekly college newspaper published every Saturday luring tho school year by the Hardln-Simmons Press Club in the interest of the Student Body of Hardln-Slm-aaofli University. Entered as second class mail matter June 22 1017 at the Postoffico at Abilene Texas under act of March 3 1012. Subscription Price per yenr. $1.00 CUJERENT CAMPUS COMMENT Editorial Office: First Floor Abilene Hall 1302 Univer- sity Drive. Downtown Office: 211 Hickory Street. Telephones 7211 0r 5751 ItCPRESCNTKD FOR NATIONAL ADVKRTISINO Br NATIONAL ADVERTISING SERVICE INC. COLLKOK PUBLUHtRl RtPREXNTATIVt 420 MADISON AVE. NEW YORK N. Y. CHICAGO BOITON SAN FRANCISCO LOS ANOELKS PORTLAND SEATTLE Mack Machen Editor-in-Chief Joromo Newman Business Manager Burton Sholton Associate Editor Iloyt "West Managing Editor S. J. White . . Sport Editor Si Addington Columnist Ituth Tyl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 13 February 1937

'y r"""t f "". " ; (t ' ' Fa"hfS" " tow " ;vvB"w ' ' "v (J ' "-" r-.y-(S-Wr'';'l ' "". :.yiifW"N VSVSI .."'I THE BRAND ? Hmt M h.'62 t; t" ivi. 7i -;. 11 s -V y 7 " 'ZiPi ' v -" Series Wii Canyon 'Bean-Stalks9 Concludes 1937 Home Card Idleness Spell At End; Unbeaten Cowmen Prep for Goliaths Locals Have Beaten West Texas Cagcrs Twice This Season . Wctt Texas Stnto College Buffn- Iocs Canyon will come to Abilene next Friday for two games of bas- ketball with the undefeated Hardin- Simmons Cowboys. . Friday and Saturday nights' matches will be number three and four for the Ranchers with West Tcxns this year. The Kimbroughmen won two games nt Canyon last week 2(1 to 21 and nil to 28. Al Raggett will brine his strong cage crew here to end a week's tour including games with St. Mary's univ- ersity San Antonio nnd Sul Ross col- lege Alpine. The games were origi- nnlly scheduled for Monday and Tues- day evenings February 22 and 23 but were shifted Thursday to accom- modate the trnvel-worn B...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 13 February 1937

1 t 1 Pat Frar THE BRAND A Ji. I IHtanks and Burnett Slate Recitals For Sentor Speech Patty Hanks Hardin-Simmons uni- versity speech student will be pre- sented in her senior recital Monday evening at 8:16 in the Fine Arts aud- itorium. Miss Hanks will read "When Knighthood was in Flower" a roman- tic drama In.thrco nets by Paul Kcs- tcr. She is n pupil of Ncna Ramsey Lewis head of the speech department in H.-S. U. Ushers for tho affair will be Clau- dino Holderncss and Elizabeth Cox. PRESENTS BURNETT Department of speech in Hardin- Simmons university presents Mildred Burnett in her senior lecture recital Tuesday eveningnt 8:15 in the Fine Arts auditorium. "The Old Moid" a drama in five episodes by Zoe A. Kins and Edith Wharton is to be given by Miss Bur- nett. She is a pupil of Nona Ram- sey Lewis speech instructor. Ushers for the affair are Mavou- rcen Reeves Hoyt West Ann Rader and Avery Lee. o BRANDING IRON- (Continued from page 1) Brand. Maag and Tincr. Desolate band widows and...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 20 February 1937

n'lmtwrt.rf- ; Bran o mv NEWS TIPS: Brand Contest Awards Senior Day Monday Revised Constitution Students Vote Wednesday In Beaut nnd Beast Brand Contest ..Page 1 ..Pago 1 .Page 4 -Page 2 "Horn Honks" VOL. XXI HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVER8ITY ABILENE TEXA8 FEBRUARY 20 1937 No. 20 SENIORS TO OBSERVE TRADITIONAL CLASS DAY MONDAY r i k f. I""' Pv & i Proposed Amendment Awaiting Student Vote; Reading Is Set Next Chapel-Tuesday Morning tiroi Hello girls even our correspond cnt blushes every time he thinks of it. They call it the "Moo-Girl-Stomp." It's all very unprctty and it really isn't art. But who cares about art? Even at basketball games. Every time I close my eyes I see again that faltering line of high heeled Cowboots. Such per- fection ever? Impossible! Every foot n placement nil its own every member of the Sistern dancing ns if nlonc. But even this is not poetry. Something rather like the futuristic fur-lined drinking cups. Now scream! Friday morning at 2 a.m. and the boys are back ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 20 February 1937

';. ex ;wz ' v ". r. v htTw fit .PI' J ' V t'A THKMAND 9tf . f W v r v If. V' . i" if ' v'- V H fc k rv Is I.' '' 1&V k i''. & ay h P Itt it p V W" . h4. 5tj" To to it; V-Ev -- $Wff ; tkLt v-tf . i 8tr Irani A weakly collage Mwiyaper pubUaaa every Saturday AivtaC tin aeaeol yaar by the HardhvSiauaoaa Praia CM fat Mm laWtaet a the Stadaat Body of Hardin-Slm- Uatanity. Katawd u leeend daaa mall nattar June 22 1817 at tha Pottoffka at Abilene Taxai under act of March 8 1912. CURRENT CAMPUS COMMENT Subscription Price per year. 11.00 Editorial Office: First Floor Abilena Hall 1802 Unlrer. aity Drive. Downtown Office: 241 Hickory Street. Telephones 7211 0r 5761 "H . wmnirno roil nation!. advchtisino by v rtATWNAL ADVCrlTISINS MERVICE. INC. COUIM PUBUaMKMa Mpukmntativk 0 MADWON AVB. NEW YORK N. Y. mCAo aorroN . san pranciico LOS ANtLa PORTLAND KATTLK MackMaoken Editor-in-Chief Jerome Newman Business Manager Burton Shclton Associate Editor Hoyt West Managing Editor S. J. Whito Sport...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 20 February 1937

1 " '-S-. "f vT'J THE BRAND P' Hmw'V "j; JiJLi JF.1 "! f - k IIWB 4jRpi bm Kimbrough Thinks Rule Changes 0. K. Changes in football's law-codovmado by tho national collegiate football rules committee- this week meet with his favorable approval head coach Frank Kimbrough said when queried on the matter. At tho end of their three day ses- sion at Absecon N. J. Monday the committee announced three clarifying decisions and two actual- rules changes. Henceforth only one kickoff will bo allowed tho ball going to the op- ponents If it is booted out of bounds. The ball will be placed pn the 35 yard line-if kicked out of bounds be- yond that point and if it goes out nearer the center of tho field may bo put in play ten yards Inside from the going out spot. One new ruling greeted with smiles by grid officials the nation over had- to do with the forward pass play. It reads: "During a forwnrd pass play it must be remembered that defensive players have as much right to the ball as the eligible op...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 20 February 1937

.? ft - y 4 " - ' i?.Ttt s Pag Few THE BRAND 'wwifflffi "v- MTWjmfv& y Voice Dept Program Boosts Number Regular Station Features To Three Jamboree-Speech Classes Have Weekly Programs Over KRBC By JACK WALLACE ' (Editor's Note Dnc to the sudden plague of radio programs sponsored by the university The Drand estab- lishes this a new week to week fea- tures in the line of "Radio Hants."). Valentine Party Given Classicals Addition of tho new voice depart- ment program directed by Mrs. Lola Deaton boosts tho number of radio broadcasts under Hardin-Simmons sponsorship to three tho other two being tho Cowboy Jamboree nnd Speech department programs. The voice program will be broadcast each Wednesday evening 7-7:30. Didn't hear the debut of tho program last Wednesday but have heard it was ex- cellent. Congratulations Mrs. Dea- ton and may you continue to have such success. Tho oldest of the Hardin-Simmons programs is that of the speech de- partment under the direction of Mrs. Lewis. This ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 27 February 1937

'juj&xl&Zzu. -1 nn!Dg3wr-tl twzZT w NEWS TIPS: Beauty and Beast Named Page 1 Poll Favors Court Change Page 1 Creator of "Wash Tubbs" Page 1 Pedro and West Page 3 I2S FIRST INi Feature. Nowii Interest' Girenlation VOL. XXI HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXAS FEBRUARY 27 1937 No. 21 'BEAST' McKINNEY WILL DATE BEAUTY-ELECT GAMBILL UtfttMk. jte$a&J& Stop Brand it It- i? Cowgirls To Stage Banquet Monday; Press Club Slates 'Fiesta' April Sixth Writers' Society Is Tendered Bids For Membership By 11 Pledges . Hardin-SimMons Cowgirls pep or- ganization hold their annual ban- quet. Monday evening at 8:15 o'clock in the ballroom of the Hilton hotel. Theme and program for the occa- sion as customary is being guarded with strictest secrecy. "Everything is in readiness" said President Pauline Dillingham yester- day "and everything is pointing to- ward a gala evening." Arrangements decorations and programs have been completed by committees composed of members. ELEVEN PLEDGES AP...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 27 February 1937

l9$f?p&W?' If V -ry iv - TrH 8T ?? Wk PACctw THE BRAND - ' : .'. - w V 17 ir. L ;x W L te l . r V 'v r ir hr' N 3 r . i he is. v r . - $ a i. If Ns. & r ES. .A a TTi i L V BT- r M- mX- VV 5? ... V tSljr Vrxttii A weakly ealkffa Mwcyaper puMtahea' avary Saturday Atria tfca aeaaol year by tfca Hardia-Siauaoaa Preaa Ch te tka iateTMt of tfca Student Body of Hardin-Sim-aaeu Uahrentty. MiaMWaaMMaMWMBaMiMMBMMMaaaMwaaMaMaw;BwwBMWBiwiawi Cataract aa aeeead claaa mall natter June 22 1917 at the Poetofflca at Abilene Texas under act ef March 8 1912. Bwbacription Price per year $1.00 Editorial Office: Fint Floor Abilene Hall 1S02 Univer- sity Drive. Downtown Office: 241 Hickory Street. Telephones 7211 0r 5761 pBacM.MCgMI I II II 111! II MM atmcaiNTKO ran national aovmthino by NATIONAL ADVERTISING SERVICE INC. COLLiaC PUBLIBHtBS MMUMNTATIVK 410 MABIBON AVK. NKW YORK N. Y. CHICAGO . BOSTON BAN PBANCISCO LOB ANBBLBS PORTLAND BtATTLB MackMachen Editor-in-Chief Jerome Hewman Business Manage...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 27 February 1937

iiiwyiMM.iiijpiw.iwiiRY f : n'tr - -tt 'TW vi. 'r ' 'Mi . j. ' i UNBEATEN CAGERS RUN CARD WITH 15 STRAIGHT WINS THE BRAND p frjfo -il oft p r H.-S. Rounds Out Schedule Against West Texas State Nose Out 'Towering' Buffs Ending Year As Only Unbeaten Texans Hnrdin-Stmmons Cowboys closed their regular basketball season last Saturday night with a perfect record fifteen straight victories for this season. Final game of the current schedule was by far the closest call of the year with tho tall West Texas State quintet rallying in the closing ten minutes to hold the Ranchers to a 23 to 21 score. Fiist game in the home series with tho Duffalocs was primarily a con- test to see which crew could do the most standing still and after a dull foity minutes ended 24 to 12 for the Wranglers. Harris and McCollum led the scoring on Friday evening with six points apiece. Except for a few seconds the Kim- broughmen trailed throughout the first half of the second match and had no chance to perform a stal...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 27 February 1937

.-... O"- . ' Pag Few THE BRAND JJX?xTrlfW:i "- Oral Surgery Journal Carries Essay On Speech Correction By Mrs. Lewis Leading article in "International Journal of Orthodontia and Oral Surgery" for February was written by Nena Kate Ramsey (Mrs. Lewis) Hnrdin-Simmons speech instructor. - Title of the article is "Some Studies in Piato'graphy and Their Relation to Speech 'and Orthodontia" a scientific treatise on the correction of speech defects. A total of 43 illustrations pictures and drawings accompanies tho essay. Quoting from tho article: "These studies were made by placing on arti- ficial palate of vulcanized black rub- ber dusted with n white French chalk in the mouth and articulating tho specific consonant. Then the pal- ate was removed placed upon the model and a picture made." Mrs. Lewis conducts n speech cor- rection clinic in connection with the Abilene public schools. Her essay was based on her discovery of a close 1-olnUonship between the objectives of the orthodontist and...

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

V' "?l ."? 'K'TWJ' y.-r-v v 'ti-) rf '.'" . - t. 8Th? rand W 'i FIRST IN Features News Interest Circulation NEWS TIPS: "Beauty-Beast" Date Tonight Page 1 Book Review . VW 2 Cowboy Cagcrs Win .Page 3 Shortage of Girls Page 1 VOL. XXI HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXAS MAIICII 6 1937 No. 22 HERALDED 'BEAUTY AND BEAST' DATE SLATED TONIGHT Tty&ywspfrfrr' " rr h r k. ft i- i.i 11 r B. S. U. To Stage Student Hay-Ride To Lake Abilene All Students Invited To Go With Group Leaving Here At 1:30 Full Program Planned Mountain Climbing Supper Campfire Moonlight Ahead Today 'i Extending special invitation to nil Karelin-Simmons students BaptNt Student Union members nnd guests will stage n hay-ride this afternoon to Abilene state park near Lake Abi- lene. The group will leave from hi front nf the science hall in trucks at 1:30 o'clock. The afternoon will feature moun- tain climbing and hiking. The excur- sionists will reassemble in the pnik for supper nt G o'clock. Afterward n campfire pr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 6 March 1937

&r tf ;-' J' 'Z PftfcTw TBB BRAND P- I .' I'A J 1 ft. l-Jf 1 r. Iff Uk.- IT l U: r ! 13- & & ! e? Is fM 3v -to . ')- ..- bf " v-v- '-. ? Js fltye Srattii A weekly college newspaper published every Saturday darfeff the school year by the Hardln-Slmmons Press CIA ta the Interest of the Student Body of Hardin-Sim-tu UiWeratty. Entered as seeoad class mall matter June 22 1917 at the Fostoffice at Abilene Texas under act of March 8 1912. liiiiimiimiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiimiu' 1 CURRENT CAMPUS I COMMENT J llllllllllllllltllllllllllllllllllllllllllttllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll?. HOSS-PLY" WAS THE "BEAST" Subscription Price per year. $1.00 Editorial Office: First Floor Abilene Hall 1302 Univer- sity Drive. Downtown Office: 241 Hickory Street. Telephones 7211 or 6751 RtniKSINTID FOR NATIONAL ADVIRTI8IHQ BY NATIONAL ADVERTISING SERVICE. INC. COLLIOC PUIU1HIM RIPRMKNTATIVK 4SO MADISON AVE. NKW YORK N. Y. CHICASO BOSTON BAN FRANCISCO LOS ANOILtB PORTLAND ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 6 March 1937

3S5S5wpwfwRf ' 'Vv v " lZKri v" ''' ""' '"v"1' '"VJ"'1' rnTW- ( fwmfrpfixt' y-ipwBiey! "yy r "jarFVffJl 7'JV;jW'rrrj?' J? & r. Vj.1 ty . l .J THE BRAND fat tkM WA V i yl ' y;? JV COWBOYS OPEN A.A.U. TITLE BID WITH SMASHING TRIUMPH .? a. & a- m! l&JS 4 - - ... i nni . 9 . M L Take Louisiana ;5' By Count 28-51 Ilnrdin-Simmons Thursday won Hb sixteenth otrniRht victory of tho bas- ketball season and Its way Into the second round of tho Southwestern A. A. U. tournament at Dallas by swamplnR the Louisiana Sulphur Supply team Gl to 28. Tho Cowboys led 25-18 at tho half and ran completely away in tho next period for their second highest tally of tho winter. Robert Glover tallest of Frank Klmbrough's giant loopcrs led the scoring with 15 points followed by Bill Harris with 10. Another West Texas team sailed through with flying colors when the Slaton chamber of commerce team downed Canton Texas Athletic club 03 to 15. On the Slaton line-up is Jimmy Neely former all-Texas con- fer...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 6 March 1937

aAfl.;'.8.i.Vfg;at.--- -- - V Pi Fmt THE BRAND deception Smnday Feted Patrick Visiting Stager John H. Patrick American basso star of Radio City Music Hall New York and of the Chicago Civic Oporn company was feted as guest of honor for a Sunday reception-tea given by two members of the Fino Arts facul- ty. Cowgirls Greet Singer Arriving here Sunday afternoon on the 1:48 train tho noted basso was greeted by the Hardin-Simmons uni- versity Cowgirls in their colorful pur- ple and gold cowgirl uniforms ten- gallon hats and boots. Soon he was whisked to the Compere Placo home of Mr. and Mrs. E. Edwin Young to be presented to approximately 250 guests between the hours of 3 and 5 o'clock. Mr. Patrick appeared in concert at Hardin-Simmons auditorium Tuesday evening at 8:15 o'clock and presented a program of numbers of wide range. AH Schools Represented Mrs. E. I. Deaton director of voice at Hardin-Simmons university and E. Edwin Young head of the H.-S. U. piano school were joined by Mr. Pen-...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 13 March 1937

N Brand l . JP NEWS TIPS: Junior-Senior Banquet Page 1 Advertising Feature .. Page 1 Diogenes' Search Page 1 Book Review Page 2 FIRST INt Features News Interest Circulation k ' m VOL. XXI HARDIN-SIMM0N8 UNIVER8ITY ABILENE TEXAS MARCH 13 1937 No. 23 f JUNIORS FETE Amendment Ready For Student Vote But Date Changed Postpone Chapel Balloting On Constitution Change After Revival Need Two-Third Vote Dr. Collins Says Hope For Plan Is Crystallized Public Opinion Voting on the proposed amendment to the constitution of the student as- sembly of Hardin-Slmmons university will probably be postponed until after the campus revival March 16-21 Stu- dent President Thco lligsby said this week. "Due to difficulties unforeseen it was impossible to hold the election this week nnd ns the rcvivnl will oc- cupy nil -time next week there will not be an opportunity to hold an early vote on the changes to the con- stitution" Rigsby said. As n two-thirds vote of the studont body is required to change the docu...

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