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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 16 March 1940

SPRING FOOTBALL TRAINING LAUNCHED WITH 47 Report Monday When Kimbrough Sounds Whistle By WACIL McNAIR Brand Sports Editor Forty-seven Purple tuul Gold grid- dcrs nnswered thccall of Conch Flank Kimbrough Monday when he sound ed the whistle for the first session of sprint; training. Sixteen letterincn form n veteran -1 nggrcgntlon for "Dutchman"' Kim- brough to build his 1040 machine around. Eight backs on the squad have won one or more numcials and there is n lcttermnn for every posi- tion on the lino with extrns on guard and tackle. Biggest gap is nt the center posi- tion. Leslie "Red" Lewis counted on to take care of first stiing chores in this department but reset ve sticngth Is uncertain. Kimbrough launched the spring season with several men from other positions filling in experi- mentally at the pivot post and will probably develop his reserves from them. Owen Godnlght and L. B. "Sent" Russell passing artists known ns the "touchdown twins" nie the mainstays (jf nn experienced b...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 16 March 1940

Pait 4 THE H-8 U BRAND Many Outstanding Artists Booked for Coming Lyceum Presentation of talent galore for its 1040-1941 artist courso wns indi- cated as Hnrdln-Simmons University announced last night the first tenta- tive draft for next season's programs. The season will open with the Unit- ed States Marino band "the presi- dent's own" on October 10 with Ken- ny Baker star of screen and radio soon to follow on next November 4. Yehudi Menuhin sensational vio- linist and Edgar A. Guest poet and philosopher are other artists already booked. II. G. Wells English author and controversialist and Gcraldino Far- rar former opera star now associated with the Metropolitan Opera company as its announcer and commentator for radio broadcasts are others booked. Sigurd Raschcr heralded as a bril- liant saxophonist is another musical attraction. In the spring Stanley Walker New York editor is expected to address annual convention of the Southwestern Journalism Congress. The Marine Band recognized ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 30 March 1940

'Ptexy' SaHotye Memorial CdUtixm Memorial BdlttOH Vol. XXIV Z714 HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ADILENE TEXAS MARCH 30 1940 No. 21 THOUSANDS WITNESS RITES OF 'PREXY' SANDEFER : Moulded under tho stern realities of early life on tho farm among quiet streams and wooded hills there emerged one of the most effective and genuinely sincere leaders of men and moulders of youth our dearly beloved president Dr. J. D. Sandefcr. The world grows richer now with lovely sound Of tender song and chords of sweet allure With precious gifts that God alone bestows Gifts that might indeed have lain obscure. Then should wc doubt the wisdom of our God Who ever docs unfold His perfect plan? He strews His gifts divine on modest brows And then in all good time He sends a man. Dr. Sandefer was truly a God-sent man for "his heart was ever kind he called to those whose needs he knew for understanding was his mind." A king once quoted these lines: "I said to a man who stood at the gate of the years 'Give me a light ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 30 March 1940

M' r 1 i TmfX THE H-S U BRAND iWA. . - & KT i'v If- Ik IV l-tf i- m . A ' 1i in ;Vj -L L 'W : L-'i A .1 f 1 Sditorials Pty Tribute to Dr. Sandcfer in Chapel Campus Camera (Continued from page 1) 0 - .j- c chnpcl convocation sinco the Easter tfrexy jUtaing atar holidays nt Abilene Christian College The dentil of our lute president mid friend Dr- J- p Cox ACC president and brought ahnrply into our minds the fnct thnt h long-time educational friend and ns- lms been for thirty-odd yours a guiding star by 80ciate Dr Sandefcr paid tribute whose beam the. young men and women of llnrdin- to H-SU's Prexy Simmons formed idcnls and ambitions of Christian- "PrexV Sandcfer was a great school itjv We nil consciously or unconsciously snw thnt man a uacful citizen a leader who start as we enmo onto the Forty Acres nnd followed stood for thc rl8ht n tho commun- it picking "up ns wo walked tho religious principles ily- He matle success In life be- that it shed ns it climbed higher nnd higher into...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 30 March 1940

1' THE H-B U BRAND Paf I II 'jii JEFFERIES DUNN HEAD SENIOR SHOW FRIDAY NIGHT O o 0 Brilliant Array of Talent To Be Featured In ' Varsity Capers' 'Confusious Say' mmmV&w fi mmmmHL- t mwir IHBi B Confucius say "Eddie Dunn and Jltnmlc Jcffcrlcs both of radio sta- tion WFAA will lead the brilliant array of star entertainers to be presented by the senior "Varsity Capers" when they take the spot with their jokes along with other acts from WFAA and the profes- sional talent to be used." These two entertainers have the old Chi- nese prophet at heart and have donned the make-up of the Chinese to look up the wise old sayings of Confucius to quote from the stage of the auditorium to the delight of the audience next Friday night April 5th. Committee Heads of 'Old Maid' Named Various committees working on the second Pulitzer prize ploy given by the campus Players this year The Old Maid were revealed late this week. Costume manager is Eula Mac McAbce assisted by Katherine Hodges and Elouise ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 30 March 1940

k THE H-S U BRAND r ( - i I"" I It I ft '1; 8y f' "V r v V1 x f - IV -1' v Wfi ' El s "uf Hundreds Pay Tribute To Veteran President as Messages Pour In As the bark that was the life of Dr. J. D. Sandefer president of Hardin-Simmons moved out to sea and the press association wires and radio carried word of his passing Friday night messages of appreciation of his life and of condolence consolation and sympathy began to arrive at tho Sandefer home on tho H-SU campus. From near and far from alumni and ex-students from educational and denominational leaders state and na- tional officials colleagues and asso- ciates in many1 walks of life came the expressions. One of the first was from the exec- utives of the Hardin-Slmmons Ex- Lettermen's Association on behalf of its members. T. J. Bailey president and George Foster secretary said "On behalf of the H-SU ex-lettermen we with to extend profoundest sym- pathy. In the passing of Dr. Sande- fer we recognize the loss not only of a true friend ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 30 March 1940

! j 11 THE H-8 U BRAND Phn I & .0 PREXY'S DESIRE Recent Revival Creates New Campus Atmosphere Hy LEM PAUL IIENSLEE 1I-SU I). S. U. President Juat two or thrco dnys beforo Proxy's death a visitor was ushered into his room. From tho bed of tho dean of collcgo presidents camo tho low unmistakablo sound of someone talking although thcro was no one for him to talk to "I'll tell him you're here" said Mrs. Sandefcr with n smilo of expla- nation. "For years ho has prayed for just such a revival as tho campus is having now. Ho prays constantly for students and faculty members by name. This revival seems to bo some- thing ho has been waiting for a long time." To intelligent and straight-thinking collcgo students thcro seems to bo deep significance In tho fact that their collcgo president should suffer pain for two years to dio victoriously nt tho conclusion of tho most pene- trating most sincere and most trans- forming revival tho school has ever seen and bo buried on Easter Sunday. Relig...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 30 March 1940

- V THE H-S U BRAND i IK Vh t t m I a " sv 2 Irp' 'rh 1 j . Career of Dr. Sandefer linked With Hardin-Simmons' Expansion (Continued from page 1) of the board had reached the limits of their persuasion and did not seem to convince me that I Bhould come this way someone suggcatcu wo pray. This program kept up several hours. About 1 or 2 In the morning I was worn out and finally I suggested that if they would adjourn and let mo get some sleep I would consider the pro- posal. They seemed to think that I had to accept then and there. Either Dr. Scarborough or Dr. Coleman said let us pray again.' and several of fered prayers. Then they all shook hands with me and told mo how hap py they were that I had agreed to accept the presidency here. And now after all these years I am confessing that they misunderstood me that night. The committee was so gener ous that I never had the courage to tell them so." Returns Home "The next morning" Dr. Sandefer related "I returned to Stophenville worrying ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 30 March 1940

a 4 . GLANCING By WAOIL McNAIR Sports Editor After the opening mntch with Wayne University stunt! mny re- gard the H-SU tennis tenm ns for below expectations. But it must bo remembered that the hoys from Wnyne nro experienced nnd hnve been playing regularly for the last few years. On the other hand there is only one man on the Cowboy team who has any varsity ex- perience and that experience was as far back as 1938. James King was n member of the 11SU team of '39 and Monday's match was his first since then. Bill Maul Wayne's number one man has won his lost 43 inter- collegiate matches! and last year he won the Detroit public parks championship. At present ho is ranked 30th in the nation. Monday's match was Wayne's 3Gth consecutive victory. Ellsworth Vines former U. S. champion and Davis Gup star con- siders golf a moro strenuous game mentally than tennis. Ho con- tends that touring pro tennis playing threo or four times in a week and then traveling in tho meantime is tho only kind of...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 30 March 1940

!&A t Page 8 THE H-S U BRAND THE OLD MAID' Actors Don Hoop Skirts Turn Back Clock in Play Hoop skirts will be worn on the Hnrdln-Slmmons stage for tho first time in the major spring production Tho Old Maid. Members of Flayers Club and art students havo designed and mndo tho costumes of all the characters both male and female. The clothes will bo more elaborato and authentic than any worn in a previous Players Club production. Hoops were mado of ordinary wire. Title role in tho play is taken by Dcwcco McGahey who was n leading character in Our Town fall produc tion this year. Other mcjnbers of tho cast include lluth Anno Hall as Delia; Thomas Williams as the Doc- tor and Jcwctto Patton ns Tina. Movlo version of tho drama starred Bctto Davis and Miriam Hopkins with George Brent ami Jane Bryan. Tho play presented in five episodes will bo on the stage in tho auditor- ium two nights April 8th and Oth. Twenty-five student-designed cos- tumes are to be used. Calvin Adams is designer of...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 6 April 1940

- ifisa-Kjfr-iaiSC11 Suuo SditiOH Senior CAUion Vol. XXIV Z714 HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXAS APRIL 6 1940 No. 25 CAMPUS PLAYERS PRESENT 'THE OLD MAID' TUESDAY fljiL'Ptfdf MlF A" BiiinB " BftBB I M -ggl'H-au ft . "" " Nl Uy ZONA HORN This issue finally came to you. We'll just skip the gruesome details nml state that many times we were afraid we'd never make it by Satur- day. So if you see yours truly armed with this week's Brand and a pic- ture frame don't be surprised. She just wants to hnvo it as nn inspira- tion when she THINKS she is tired. Spring means something besides sulphur and molasses and love to II- SUers. It means Spring elections. And by the way the ballots will bo placed in the bookstore next week. Why take that opportunity to have n good joke by nominating a ridiculous candidate? Why not nominate intel- ligently and sincerely? After all the success of the forthcoming year as far as student life is concerned is de- pendent upon those very nominations. All of ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 6 April 1940

t I " ! THE H-S U BRAND l ! hi. I if. U4 ' r Jf 7 A' Es 1 f.r n tip "V 1? i a V ft i ! 'l$ cSditorials Civilized Chapel Assemblies Once again Hardin-Simmons' chapel assemblies arc free from cat-calls inappropriate harmonizing on the end of hymns and the inevitable whistling when a girl would merely walk in tho door. Perhaps the recent revival may take the credit for replanting reverence in tho student body. Grievance for tho loss of our great president sure- ly had a sobering effect on all. Some credit is duo to the organ which lends a church-like atmosphere Reporter Discovers Students' Pet Mates By NELL GEE Perhaps tho answer to "What's tho Reason I'm Not Pleasing You?" can be found from this survey of pet aver- slons (hates to you). Are you a gossip? If so then the majority of tho H-SU students Itko you a little less. Harry McRae L. B. Russell nnd The students too have realized in just what bad Owen Goodnight dislike a stool.plKeon tasto their so-called fun was. f T !i P y g .. . ...

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

. ('! l-t THE H-8 U BRAND ftHNl INTRAMURAL ATHLETIC NIGHT SET FOR THURSDAY Varied Program To Be Presented In Marston Gym Plnns have been completed for stag- ing the second annual Intramural ath- letic night on Thursday night April 11 in Marston gymnasium. Purpose of tho intramural exhibition is to al- low all intramural teams sponsored by Professor Otho M. Polk head of tho Physical Education department to present champions of the various sports they have participated in dur- ing the year and to give the students and faculty a chance to see the pro- gress made in the Intramural pro- gram. - All students aro urged to attend tho event. There will be no admission charge and there is no conflict with any other event on the school calen- dar. Highlight of the program will be a basketball game to determine the all- intramural champions. Two intra- mural cage leagues have operated during tho past few weeks and Thurs- day night's game will bo the final in the pla'yoff series. Tho Runts winne...

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

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

jjuuivi SdtiioH jl tuuo edition Vol. XXIV Z714 HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVEnSITY ABILENE TEXAS- APRIL 13 1940. No. 26 PLANS LAUNCHED FOR ANNUAL SENIOR DAY PROGRAM ny WACIL MeNAIIl Junior Editor It is with a feeling of suspicion Mint I write these few lines of copy for this is the first time I hnve ever wi it- ten n personal opinion column for .the front puge. Howcyer I feel much safer in doing so than I would had I been in the' shoes of the young gen- tleman who did the announcing for the Fair Park school chapel program Inst week. The lad who did tlint announcing is to be commended the others of the group also for that matter and it would be safo to wager that he did better than n large per cent of college students would have done. Their pro- gram was excellent for a group of youngsters their ngc. Congratulations arc in order for the seniors for their selection of a class gift Since the plans for a belfry were abandoned they have given thought and discus- sion to several different things th...

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

jri'w ptt THE H-S U DRAND k r W.1 x5ditorials Keeping Up TDith the Exes Campus Camera By 1IAKKY II. HAYES April Is n very important month Undiluted Propoganda In a 45 mhmtc broadcast Thursday night the Mutunl brondcasting network reproduced trans criptions 01 news as received in sscw ior irom for tho Ex-Student Association. We Home Tans London and Berlin. They were ex- hnvo BCVernl gCt.togothers scheduled actly as received from the announcers broadcasting ovcr tnc nntion for April 17 our from government cqntrollcd foreign radio stations. Founders' Day; and with our two ob- It was interesting to note the manner in which scrvanccs In Abilene nn abundance of tho "warnews" was presented by the announcers enthusiasm should result from these Most noticeable bit of propaganda for American meetings. The Abilene H-SU Ex- consumption was the Berlin news cast in which the students Club will meet Tuesday news-caster assailed .Winston Churchill's speech night April lGth in the University before ...

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

.1 THE n-S U BRAND Page S v M RANGERS TAKE Stage Rally in Seventh To Down All Stars; McMurry Loses To ACC The rnnipnBiiig H-SU Rangers who only Inst wcclf luul linlf pos- session of tliu city league now hold undisputed clnim to the top rung by virtue of n M to 2 decision from the ull-stnrs. BEMINH) TIE HOME PLATE With IiEAHU and HONNEAUX As wo hear the cry of the peanut peddler the ronr of the crowd and the Strrrriko of the umpire we know we aro again among the millions of fans of America's great National pastimo BASEBALL. In this week's ramb- lings wo would like to give you the latest highlights of both local and major league baseball. This past week saw the downfall of Mr. Howard (Abilcnc's gift to base- ball) Green's mighty McMurry In- dians. The Redskins bit the dust from the first class pitching of the Abilene Christian ball club. In all due respect to ACC it is hard to understand how a well instructed club with the hit- ting power of McMurry boasting Dlz Dean Williams and the ...

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

Par 4 THE n-S U BRAND Players Show Smoothness In Presentation Of "The Old Maid" Tuesday and Wednesday .McGahey Hall Play Leading Characters Dy NANCY NELL COX The Players club presentation of "The Old Maid" In n first night per- formance Tuesday night was n pol- ished smooth dramatic piece that well could have out-classed mnny pio- fesslonal performances and set a new high In amateur theatrics for this re- gion. This was the opinion of an en- thusiastic opening night audience and an equally receptive following attend- ance who saw the second performance Wednesday night. The Pulitzer prize play made fa- mous on both stage nnd screen was essentially a fcmlnlno vehicle. The ladles of tho cast were well selected and made the most of their dramatic sequences. The leading women parts were taken by Dewece McGahey as Charlotte the old maid and Ruth Ann Hall who portrayed Delia the selfish cousin. Both gave outstanding per- formances as the two embittered women in love with the same man and j...

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

i 1 1 i 1 1 - r n SofUtomoto Edition. SofJtomoto Edition. uLlwfiwtu "IfllWfliiii tUZ ' - -- - - " r TJ' J Vol. XXIV Z714 HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXAS APRIL 20 1940 No. 27 BOARD NAMES DR. RICHARDSON PRESIDENT -.-a J!S82sBg: By GRACE DODSON A good many times I have been guilty of thnt univorsnl desire for n chnnce to tell people just whnt I think of the present regime of things in general nnd just how I'd fix every- thing up. Well here I am with n whole column full of space and n by- lino at the top and I've been chew- ing a pencil eraser for the last 30 minutes. I guess writing is just about the meanest job in the world though. Even if we can get half the world to say "How true" the other half al- ways says "nutal" But anyhow you havo now in your hands the Sophomore edition of the "H-SU Brand a weekly college news- paper published every Saturday dur- ing the school year by the Hnrdin- immons Press Club in the interest of !ic Student Body of Hardin-Simmons University." That...

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

n pti THE H-S U BRAND & ta m . -jfj i . Editorials Exchanges Campus Camera Students Approve Richardson If student approval has any weight with Dr. Richardson when he makes his decision concerning his election to the presidency the reception ac- corded him in chapel following news of the elec- tion should be no small factor in encouraging him to accept it. "When he became executive vice president about four years ago Dr. ltichardson proceeded to carry on the ideals of Hardin-Simmons University that were established when the college was founded and nobly exemplified by the life of Proxy Sandcfcr. During this time his guiding hand has steadied the uncertain footsteps of hundreds of college students in their pursuit of higher learning. His calm lead- ership has been an inspiration to all of those who have watched him in the unassuming discharge of his duties. Dr. Richardson is unusually versatile and is in- terested in many phases of work. Aside from his work as an administrator pro...

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