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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 10 February 1940

I" 1 THE II-S U BRAND PC S ! -tit- More Than Fifty Players Report to Polk For Intramural Basketball Organization Two Four-Team Leagues to Operate During This Season By WAOIL McNAIR Director Otho M. Polk sounded the call for intramural cagers Tuesday and tho 50 boys reporting were organized into two leagues. Following tho system used last year one lca&ruo is made un mostly of football players from Smith Hall while tho other consists of boys from Ferguson hall and gym classes. Moro aro expected to enter soon and as thoy come in tho rosters will be enlarged uniformly. At present there aro four teams in each league with six and seven men to a squad. Piny began yesterday with tho Pot Bellies meeting tho Hunts. At 2:30 this afternoon tho Uuzzln' Iiuzztmls will meet the Rah Hah Boys. Yes- terday's meleo wns n Smith hnll league game and today's teams rep resent the Gym class circuit. ROSTERS Smith Hall League Bough Bldcrs: Joe Pec Dnvid Reeves Stoimy Davis Larry Cun- ningham Clarence Ho...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 10 February 1940

Pat 4 THE H-8 U BRAND SADIE HAWKINS WEEK NEARS Here's What Fashionable Lil Abners WillWear Soon Next AC C Prexy DON MORRIS Abilene Christian College's president-elect and present vice-president Don Morris paid his respects to Hnrdln-Slmmons by a personal appearance and short talk in chapel here- Tuesday. 15 New Volumes Given Library By Dr. E. B. Atwood Latest contribution to the 1I-SU library was a gift of IB new religious books from Dr. E. B. Atwood pro- fessor of Bible and a well known min- ister. Their value Is estimated at $37.25. Dr. Atwood frequently makes con- tributions to the religious library. Special stickers with the inscription "Presented by Dr. E. B. Atwood" arc kept on hand and put in each of his gifts. Among this set of books is "The Bi- ble of the World" edited by Robert O. Ballou. This book is the result of n diligent attempt on the part of a lay editor with the advice of two scholars to put into one volume the scriptural essence of eight great liv ing source relig...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 17 February 1940

Coeds To Reverse Dating Tactics During 'Sadie Hawkins Week Hy LOUISE IIIUVKR Official (Into hns been set for Sadie Hawkins Week by the H-SU student council to inn fiom Febiuiuy 22 thiough the 129 Thursday thiough Thursday. The week being the second minunl vice-versa event Will be condudctcd ulong strict uiles set foith by the original Sadie Hawkins queen of the Hill Hlllles nnd piescnt lclgn over im- poitant colleges and univcisltles over the country. Social events dining the eight-day peilod include n basketball ganio to be played Fiidny Febiu- iuy 23; a student council show in ihe audltoiiuni Tuesday Febiuary 27; the nillst couise nppeaiance of Dale Caincgle noted wiiter and lectin or Thuisdny Febuiaiy 29. The holidays are doubly important In that it is nlso Lcnp Year the odd day of the year being on the con- cluding day of the Sadie Hawkins celebiations. Girls will be expected to make all engagements pay the in- clining debts nnd observe nil cour- tesies oulinnrlly assumed by the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 17 February 1940

tIX THE H-S U BRAND H c 'Editorials Sadie Hawkins Comes To H-SU In a world of economic griefs struggles against democracy and third term propaganda H-SU is settling down next week to some real fun 1 .Woman- hood is rising to meet the occasion and the cam pus is going to sec some ht-jtnks during the days to come. We want to stress the fact that this game is to be played fairly. Steadies will either have to turn tables completely or take on whatever competition presents itself. You little wallflowers will have tho big chance to emerge from that world of bash- fulness and seriousness to see what it is all like. And you roving Casanovas you might live to see what an inferiority complex is really like. We're quite sure that various personality defects mights come to light and the world of college life will go on in the same way it always has tho next week. Anyway it's good to see someone in this civiliza- tion settle down and act silly. Because you know this really is a silly business th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 17 February 1940

Paf8 ' COWBOYS MEET HOWARD PAYNE JACKETS TONIGHT THE 1I-S U BKAND Game to Close HPC Homecoming; Feature Event of Gym Dedication Cowboy baskctballora travel to Brownwood today and moot tho Howard Payne Yellow Jackets at 7:30 in a climax feature of tho HPO Homecoming. Tho gamo will also be a dedicatory evont for the Brownwood school's new $60000 gymnasium and athletic plant. Daniel Baker Wins Over Locals 35-22 Daniel linker Hill Billies turned bnck the H-SU Cowboys 35 to 22 In Biownwootl Thursday night. Playing their best game of the sea- son the Hill Billies played n close game with the Ranchers (luting the first half and lead 1G to 13 at the end of the period. The Hill Billies turned on the steam in the Second half and won going away. Bratton Daniel Baker forward was high scoier with 1G polnt3. Bob Cow- sar made 0 to lead the Cowboys. Daniel Baker fjr ft pf tp Bratton f 7 2 3 10 K. Gleaton f 0 0 10 Campbell f 10 2 2 Stewait c 3 0 2 0 Pctslck g 4 1 3 9 W. Lewis g 10 3 2 Totals 10 3 1...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 17 February 1940

Pate 4 THE H-S U BRAND Maybe Gentlemen Prefer Do Ladies Stress Looks League of Nations N. Y. Fair Exhibit Needs Young Guides Announcement wns recently mndo by officials of tho Lcnguo of Nations Association In New York City of n search for stnff members of tho Lenguo of Nations Pnvlllon In tho 1040 World's Fair. They nro seeking stu- dents with both n knowledge of and nn Interest in international relations to volunteer their services ns guides for n limited period of time. The Pavilion gives nn honest eval- uation of tho work of the League of Nations. It is comprised of six rooms: tho first treats with the development of the concept of international coop- eration; tho three rooms which fol- low are devoted respectively to tho health social and economic work of the League; tho fifth room deals with tho disarmament and the political and legal woik of tho Council of the League and the World Court; the sixth room the Rotunda symbolizes the aims and the purposes of the League. Students wh...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 24 February 1940

Poiuelta Ifou QVtU Bnutcj 'Cm Hack Alive Vol. XXIV Z714 IIARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXAS FEBRUARY 24 1940 No. 20 PLAYERS SELECT 'THE OLD MAID' AS SPRING PRODUCTION Student Backing Needed to Place Turner in Chicago Game - ' " "" !. i- m- - t m- . ii n ni".Tii i ii i i j.m wanwgnawigwaBaaniawaT iimixrMMiMgBMMaMj.-M Iljr 1 Ci.J i. IV I.. J I i : l r u Could Set Record w orK on aiuaeni-Lureciea One-Act Plays Under Way IW1 Jarnagin to Coach at Denison High Without a doubt most cuncnt topic on the Forty Acres this week is thnt long awaited event Sndic Hawkins week which right now Is in full swing . . . and when we say swing we DO mean SWING That is taking the celebration of George Washington's birthday'nnd plans that we hear ru- mored that arc on tap for tonight as specific examples. The feminine population nround these parts leally inaugurated this "reversal" affair with enthusiasm Thursday with a bevy of them escort- ing lads away from Ferguson hall to an early start Thursday MO...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 24 February 1940

( y ny FKS THE H-S U BRAND If - . t r v- -. !v r L1.X r- h v r'-.-r. k. tr re '.'A editorials Sour Grapes of Wrath Exchanges Campus Camera "Grapes of "Wrath" frank best-seller by John Steinbeck recently started controversy in .Winkler County causing the ban of it's circulation in the county free library. The county commissioners' court acting as a county library board was respon- sible for the decision. This act it seems to us is particularly narrow- minded on the part of a cultured people for Mr. Steinbeck's story of migratory farmers in Califor- nia recently was placed on President Roosevelt's "must" reading list. Not only this but it has been widely circulated since being published. It looks like open-minded people could read such lit- erature by no. means anything but the first class in novels of the day without lowering their morals. The book seems to be vulgarly true and knowing life is no bed of roses anyway decent people ought to be able to look on the other side of the fenc...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 24 February 1940

& V J 0 THE IIS U BRAND FagtS w INTRAMURAL PLAY CONTINUES IN SECOND WEEK ;w3&s i I Smith Hall League In Two-Way Tie Red's Ramblers Lead In Gym Class Circuit With Ncnl Dnvls and Vernon Block- burn leading in scoring for their re- spective teams the Rough Riders and the Runts assumed the lead in the Smith Hall Intramural league during the week. Through Wednesday's play both clubs had won their only two games by top heavy scores. In the Gym Class league Red's Ramblers were the only team to win both their first games and Tom Todd 'is their leading scorer. Thursday February 15 the Rough Riders downed tho Pot Bellies 71 to 32. Ncal Davis continued his high scoring with 24 points while Joe Pee his team mate was close behind with 20. EdBecman led the Pot Bellies with nine. On Friday Red's Ramblers nosed out the Buzzin Buzzards 30 to 28. The Ramblers' scoring was evenly distributed among tho team with Mc- Laughlin and Posey counting six each to lead their mates. Charles Powell paced ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 24 February 1940

" " Par 4 THE H-S U BRAND H-SU Chemistry Prof Outstanding Citizen To tho roster of Abllcne's "men of tho year" add tho namo of Hiram Hcd- dlck Arrant truly an "ambassador of goodwill" for his homo city tho past year. A professor of chemistry and Abi- lene city chemist of many years standing a post as governor of Dis- trict 127 of Rotary International brought new responsibilities and earned new laurels for tho H-SU fac- ulty member to qualify him for inclu- sion in Abilcnc's list of community builders. As district governor of Rotary with 65 clubs in District 127 II. R. Arrant is winning new spurs as ho inspires fellow Rotarlans to greater accom- plishments and achievements in their respective clubs throughout West Texas. Hiram Reddick Arrant was born 44 years ago on Juno 10 1895 at the ranch homo of his parents. His moth- er the former Katio Josephine Tur- ner is still living. His father died some ten years ago. As a boy his education proceeded in the public schools at Norton Texas a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 2 March 1940

Colorful Junior Jubilee9 To Be Unreeled on Campus Thursday By AL URKAKS With searchlights playing in the air in front of tho H-SU auditorium Mnrch 7 celebrities and prominent guests being nnnounccd as they ar- rive tho auditorium will become the Hollywood Trocndcro Club for tho musical comedy of tho year tho Jun- ior Jubilee. According to tho junior prexy Ralph Beard tho show will rival a Hollywood premiere. Yes and why not with such a galaxy of stars nnd variety of entertainment. Already fan mail has poured In for tho leading man of Gone With tho Wind Rhctt Ilutler. Tom Gulmarin as Rhett But- ler was on tho receiving end of tho brief statement about her rolo in tho production "Oh gosh It's going to bo rather embarrassing for mo when I havo to scratch my ankle" she blushingly re- plied but added "Come to tho show and sco what I mean." Queries havo been coming from dif- ferent corners of the campus concern- ing tho appearance of tho new "ro- mantic tenor" but officials of the play co...

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

kv " a- :r h'v ' 1 t. v PMT1 THE H-S U BRAND V K. r r i if r i liv 'vl v i"! ' "'! ' Editorials Concerning Prexy A few days ago Dr. J. D. Sandcfcr president of II-SU was moved from the hospital to his liomo on the campus. "Prexy" as ho is affectionately call- ed by thousands of students and exes has not been able to visit tho campus during this term as ho has in other years sinco he beenmo president in 1909. Freshmen and new students have not had an oppor- tunity to get acquainted with him because ho has been compelled to remain in the hospital most of the time. Oilly once has ho been to tho campus during this session and that was to see tho annual Howard Paync-II-SU football game December 1. Having "Proxy" back on tho campus although ho is unable to lcavo his home makes Hardin-Sim-mons University seem moro like Hardin-Simmons University. The school doesn't seem the same with- out "Proxy.'-' Although tho administration is in very efficient hands things appear to bo better when 'Prox...

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

THE H-S U BRAND tot Cowboy Basketballers Receive Letter Awards Tho Hnrdln-Slmmons Cowboy cage season at an end Coach Frank Kim- brough announced Saturdny the award of varsity letters to eight members of tho 1040 squad. Dudley Reed Foss Okln. guard and D. A. Parker and Grady Osborne towering centers respectively from Ozonn and Tell earned their third let- ters and completed their basketball eligibility. Second letter went to Deward Mar- cum Paducah junior. Tructt Rat- tan of Mntador and II. C. Burrus Big Spring sophomores who double RUNTS LEAD THE INTRAMURALS Down Rough Riders 57-49 to Win First Round of Tourney Red's Ramblers Keep Clean Slate To Lead In Gym Class League Nosing out tho Rough Riders 57 to. 40 the Runts assumed top position in tho Smith hall league. Vernon Blackburn set a new season's record in scoring for n single game by mak- ing 30 points for the Runts. Ncal Davis led the Rough Riders with 25. Red's Ramblers kept their position at tho head of the Gym Class league Sa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 2 March 1940

PK4 THE H-S U BRAND Library Material Aids Job-Seekers Want n job? Seek the right way. The university library is now inaugu- rating a new service which is provid- ing practical information on job op- portunltics and employment trends for its readers. The service consisting of four monthly and quarterly publications is called the Occupational Information System prepared by tho new national clearing house for occupational infor- mation Science Research Associates. Readers will find these different ma- terials prepared In an casy-to-rcad style each designed to give helpful data on preparing for and finding employment. Perhaps tho most attractlvo of these materials is Vocational Trends a handy sired magazine which reports nine to twelve job surveys each month. Tho November issue for cx- nmple describes opportunities in such fields as Machine Tools (a war boom industry) Beautician Gasoline Sta- tion Attendant Painting and Deco- rating Corn nnd Hog Raising and Part-Time Christmas Jobs. Eac...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 9 March 1940

Oh JtUaf! 0 fo Julaf! Nj Vol. XXIV Z714 HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ADILENE TEXAS MARCH 9 1940 No. 22 c SENIORS ANNOUNCE PLANS FOR BIG APRIL SHOW Writers Leave For Tulane Press Congress Wednesday We don't know just who the author of this little bit of journalistic phil- osophy is but here's one that'll wager n new typewriter ribbon that he was a student newspaper editor. They find fault with the editor; The stuff we print is rot; The paper is as peppy as a ceme- tery lot; The rag shows rotten manage- ment The jokes they say arc stale The lower classmen holler The upper classmen rail Hut when the paper's issued (We say it with a smile). If someone doesn't get one You can hear him yell a mile. Your most humble editor of this sheet took inventory of the calendar and came to the conclusion that the time is drawing nigh . . . drawing nigh for the students of these parts to begin thinking in terms of beau- ties and beasts. Yes the time will soon come when the editor will issue the call for ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 9 March 1940

' " " - - f. Pjta TOE n-S U BRAND Wn "ti Editorials Nation of Sympathy We still get our biggest excitement from n foot- ball game or the world series thank goodness and outvwirdly worry little about what is happening nbroad. But in side of our democratic hearts burns n sympathetic spark ever gi owing brighter as the ovents in Europe crowd into awareness. Just sitting back and wondering we ponder over the fact that they have as much right to happiness as wo do but fail to receive their due share. We feel sorry because they didn't have the chance to lenrn in n public school ficc from conflicting and demanding ideals. It worries lis n lot because wo enjoy campus life the movies the current ciush the seasonal sports while those poor unfortunates abroad stick bayonets into each other have their children torn from their arms and lose their homes loved ones and muintainance in the toils of war. "Why J "Well we're just naturally a sympathetic bunch I What to do about it? Shall we turn a dea...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 9 March 1940

r Rangers Are Honorary Farm Club Of Brooklyn Dodgers GLANCING at SPORTS By WAOIL McNAIR Sports Editor Since taking over the job of Physical Education director Mr. Otho 31. Polk has built one of the classiest intramural programs to bo found anywhere. There is no season of the year in which he doesn t have one or more sports in progress. With the variety Mr. Polk now has virtually every student in II- HU has a chance to take part in his program. Whether a student prefers a strenuous game of foot- hall and basketball or a quiet hour on the shuffle board and in the ping pong room he can find n place. Some of the sports the Physical Education department offers dur- ing the year are intramural foot- ball tennis basketball tumbling ping pong or table tennis badmin- ton and archery. Although he is cramped in his inadequate quarters at Jtlnrstou gymnasium it is surprising to note the precision with which Mr. Polk handles everything. Miss Uohbins also offers an interesting set-up for girls. T...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 9 March 1940

Pat 4 the n-s u nnAND Bulldog Turner Signs New Manager in Marital Vows Announcement hns been rondo of Iho Leap Year day marriage of Helen Waltlna Herman and Clyde Douglas (Bulldog)) Turner. J. W. Farmer justice of the peace at Baird read the ceremony. The bride was wearing a teal blue dress with beige accessories. Kath- erlno Crook and Van Burnctte were attendants to the couple. Mrs. Turner daughter of Mrs. Fred Herndon attended Abilene High School and St. Joseph's Academy. Bulldog Is a graduato of Sweetwater High School and will rccelvo a di- ploma from H-SU In the spring. The couple will live In Abllcno un- til August when they will go to Chi- cago where Turner will play profes- sional football for tho Chicago Bears. Mrs. Deaton Gives S'water Program Lola Gibson Deaton music depart ment head accompanied by Jane Mcs kimen appeared In n musicale In Sweetwater singing at two teas un- der tho sponsorship of the Presby- terian Church of that city Wednes- day nftcrnoon. She sang the fol...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 16 March 1940

Gutilitoat Zditian aj Bland Afinil f Vol. XXIV Z714 HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXAS MARCH 16 1910 No. 23 ANNUAL BRAND CLASS EDITIONS CONTEST DATE SET When this sheet rolls off the pi ess nnJ is placed in your hnnds your cor- respondent nnd about a dozen other journalists from the Forty Acres will be in the concluding session of the Southwestern Journalism Congress at Tulane just waiting for that moon- light excursion boat hop up the Mis- sissippi river. Our slogan during the two-day session is "Hardin-Simmons Next." For we hope to land the an- nual convention here next year to work in with the H-SU Somi-Centen-ulal plans. If an attractive mid-term freshman coed shyly approaches you with pen- cil and notebook in hand you will know that you are being sought for an Interview as background for the weekly Sketch Pad. The new feature writer for the Brand is Rebel Hope Abilene High School graduate who intends to become a journalism major. Word comes that G. Avery Lee popular studen...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 16 March 1940

'Ji- PI t THE n-S U BRAND J 'Editorials Don't Fool Yourself Spring Not Here Yet Campus Camera By JOHNNYH LEE TARVER When you sco couples strolling mound tho campus parking them- Student Discipline Committee Tho reason Harry and Ilcnrictta High School camo to college was to better equip themselves for tlio main promise ot lite mat ot lining iiicmseivcs scives on curbs nml ginning nt the in their most capable place liisoeiety to earn a SU11( you mlght think gprlnB is rcnlly livelihood and to be happy while doing so. 'this hcrc Spring signifies: spring wheat one main purpose devolves into many minor con- sp.jnB K00ds spring styles nml siderntions as regards the reasons for higher cdu- 8prjng wenther. The weather is fa- cation. Tlie first of course is to study and learn vornble ch? But that's nil says Dr. as much theory as possible; but second only to that 0. o. Watts. There are several In- is to develop his or her character and personality aicntlons mote "proof-read" than 01' to be abl...

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