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

THE H-9 U BRAND Par SPRING Whites Avenge Last Week's Defeat; Trample Golds 26 to 6 BEHIND THE MOME PLATE With HEARD nnd IJONNEAUX It was over my head It was through the middle you're ou-u-ut cries the umpire batter up! Yes friends of basebnll that's the conflict that's going on In baseball today. Each team is fighting to win and with the big league under way it seems that baseball is now in the sports spotlight. Hut baseball at Hardin- Simmons fell Into a deep slump Wed- nesday afternoon. The cold north wind beat down in n heavy blast and the clouds hung low over Lunday field. It seems that Hnrdin-Simmons the defending champion cast their league lend into the wind nnd lost in n ragged ball game to the wailing Wildcats of A. C. C. It seems that old man weather nnd old man hard- luck combined to make it u very dreary afternoon. In near freezing weather Uncle Duve Parker tossed his heart with every ball thot crossed the decision plate but still thu Cuts kept hitting pushing run after r...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 20 April 1940

Page 4 THE H-S U BRAND Everton's Speech Students Will Be Presented in Recitals Thursday Night Jewotto Pntton Dcwcco McGohey nnd Knil Bonncnux H-SU students of the speech depnitmcnt will appear Thursday April 2G nt 8:15o'clock in the fine nrts auditorium in junior lec- ture recitnls. Miss Pntton daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. J. M. Pntton of Pnint Hock will rend two poems ''How Do I Love Thee" by Elizabeth Barrett Drown- ing nnd "Anne Kutlodge" by Edgar Lee Masters. A member of Plnyois Club and Alphn Psl Omega she has appeared in "Pink and Patches" "First Lndy" "Sugar nnd Spice" "This is Villn" nnd wns le'cently cast as Tlnn In "The Old Mnid" Pulitzer prize winning play picscnted ns n spilng production of the Players club. Dcwece McGnhcy will read "The Twelve Pound Look" by James M. Barrle and "Number 3 on the Docket" by Amy Lowell. She is the daughter of Rev. and Mrs. Cal McGnhcy of Coombcs Texas. A member of Alpha Psl Omega and Players club she has appeared recently in one of the lead in...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 27 April 1940

Dr. Richardson Declines Offer of Hardin Simmons Presidency Dr. Rupert N. Richardson Inst week declined appointment ns president of Hurdin-Slmmons University. The executive vice-president of the institution professor of history since 1917 and graduate of the Simmons class of 1012 mado known his deci- sion in n letter to C. M. Caldwell vice-president of the board of trus- tees. The board president V. J. Dehrcns is ill. The trustees recently elected Rich- nrdson president to succeed the latu Dr. J. D. Snndefer who headed the Institution 31 years and turned the active administration of tho univer- sity to Dr. Richardson when his ill- ness confined him to his home. Dr. Richardson's letter declining the appointment follows: "Dear Judge Caldwell- "It is with a deep sense of grati tude and humility that I write to thnnk you nnd through you to thank the board of trustees for the honor bestowed upon mo by your net of last Wednesday tendering mo the presi- dency of Hardln-Simmons University. I...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 27 April 1940

?wt ii7 1 - ' l 1 4 V rtti v V t- THE n-S U BRAND fe r r i1- m BC . ft i W v Ik rr feu K - V te Pa.'. 'ri si? hfr- . il . k - 5 r l'"'. .j "l .." V 7.H5V - i a i- ": Political Candidates Make Promises Of Unlimited Privileges For All M O 1 ri i nominees ouomit aKetcbes Platform Planks to Voters Editor's Note: Early this week at an aftcr-chapcl meeting of all political candidates called together by Jack Dean the Brand editor announced that In order to add interest to tho election and to be fair and equal to nil political aspirants the Brand would run short political sketches of each candidate that submitted material by Wednesday night. Following is published those sketches and platforms that were submitted to the Brand. RALPH BEARD Candidate for Student President In my behalf ns a candidate for president of the student body I would like to submit the following: Tho main plank of my platform Is that I reslovo to represent the wishes of tho students at all times and at any cost I will s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 27 April 1940

i'A W THE H-S U BRAND Ffl 0 G e o Bee Agnew Named New Cowgirl Prexy mmmvf$5& 'y'mmmmmm mmWtm'i 'Btimmmm nEE AGNEW Preston Young Judge Contests Herbort M. Preston and E. Edwin Young violin and piano professors were judges for the regional band meet to be held in Abilene April 28 and 27. Mr. Preston judged tho violin di- vision of the solo contests while Mr. Young judged the piano' division with tho exception of one entry his own pupil. Thi3 one was judged by Leonard Burford fine arts pro- fessor at A. C. C. Raymond T. Bynum Abilene high school director is in charge of ar- rangements for tho convention. 0 SPECIAL RATE FOR MOVIE Duo to the extreme popularity of the widely read book Swiss Family Robinson tho management of the Ma- jestic Theatre is offering a special student discount when the famed novel will be shown as a motion pic- ture there on Sunday apd Monday May 5 and C. Although written over 100 years ago Swiss Family Robinson is still today a world's best seller ranking sec...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 27 April 1940

ifvtfft'9-'r .. K i ' i '-4Z T THE H-S U BRAND J.-JTTtVW I wtic- Jt Tk r- ft' ii t s i k fr y re- ( i ifc 1 PL r l& !. . wu xy ( 5 " Sditorials Exchanges Campus Camera CHRISTIAN EDUCATION Hnrdiu-Simmons University stands as a living examplo of the success of Christian education. In olden days most schools of higher education were founded as religious schools but as it became evident thnt education played such as important part in the perpetuation of our democracy govern- ments both national and local appropriated money for education. Thus began a gradual decline of the church school only the better ones remained. The advantages of Christian education arc many and varied. Each student is considered not only as an experiment but as a life which must be mold- ed along different lines and created into a iscful citizen in the arts sciences and character. Not only must wo learn theory in college but also we will have to adapt ourselves to our post-college life. In order to accomplish ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 27 April 1940

f THE II-S U BRAND FlM'I WHITES TANGLE WITH GOLDS ON GRIDIRON TODAY J Polished Players Dot Lineups of Balanced Elevens By FAOAN MULLINS Ooach Frank Kimbrough sent his Cowboy grid proteges through last tapering off drills Friday oft- ernoon as ho mado final prepara- tion for the spring intra-squad game between tho Golds and the Whites to be played on Cowboy Field at 3:15 this afternoon. The game will be a headlino attraction of the annual high school senior day program. A hcntcd contest nppcnra to bo in- evitable as both teams have per formed exceptionally well in scrim- brob. Being evenly balanced each team has had its share of the scrim- age victories. Tho Whites arc usually considered to bo tho first string but on more than one occasion the Golds have han- dled them none too gently. Most players will bo trying harder than ever today as the showing they make in this game might have some bearing on who will run first string next fall. The game will wind up spring training activities...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 27 April 1940

V Wv? P wp-rrj-flr" p - w -sywrr- U Pte THE HS U BRAND ' 'rjwFFv i sV: V; " ' & 'v'Ti NO THIRD TERM Cowboy Bandmen Name Regan As FDR's Presidential Foe By PETE SIMON From the thickness of London's fog to the fresh air of West Texas comes our hero of this story. From n mod- est farm house in the outskirts of Jolly old England to the White House in Washington D. C rides our brawn cowboy J. Johnny Itcgan Jr. His boyhood days and early childhood are not fit to mention in his candidacy for president of this United States (neither is Regan). What Regan did while a babo in his mother's arms nre probably of no interest to the reader anyway. What he has meant and dono for the United States is all that matters to an innocent tax-payer. The fact that remains is that Regan is one of the best clowns that ever grad- uated from Ringllng Brothers' great circus and that's what they need in the White House. To bring out our point about the honorable Mr. Regan is the testimony given by his circus ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 4 May 1940

Gontyuiiulaticnif Aem Office MeuA Office Ml Vol. XXIV Z714 HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXAS MAY 4 1940 No. 29 art iMJfu Ell II w n n TV1 m B-fl IFlv 1Cm fl SMITH Bronco Dedicated pp Elections nro over and things nbout the Forty Acres enn bejjin to settle hack down to normal now ns most of the other big ac- tivities have also given away to the less important things such as term reports tests etc. The btudents of II-SU once again have chosen their leaders for the coming year. They have made their choices in good faith. The majority can't be wrong it is often said. Now that the voters have placed their faith in these lenders it will be up to them to back these new officers to the very limit next year. Nothing can be accomplish- ed without the wholehearted sup- port of the student bodv. Those who east the ballots have decided wisely as to whom will lead them through another cycle of university life. Those elected realize their grave responsibilities and hnvc made solemn vows to e...

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

?! J THE lt-S U BRAND Editorials Sxchanges Campus Camera Campus Campaigns Concluded y CONNIE I1RIDGE Liquids nvo more popular with stu- dents than solids ns n betweon-meal A lusty loud campaign season is again closed refreshment figures nt the Texas with candidates and voters alike coming out with Tech College bookstore indicate few bruises but with lots of laughs. The soap-box Dally consumption of coffee most technique of Texas' politicians such as 0 'Daniel popular beverage averages ten gal- Ferguson and Sadler were borrowed by the local lons daily but falls off slightly in office seekers to entertain and influence the stu- warm weather. About 240 bottles of dent body. A good timo was had by all. "coke" 00 bottles of Dr. Pepper and Now the election smoke has cleared and the re- 72 bottles of "pop" are poured down suits tabulated. The students showed a wise sclec- collegiate gullets each day at the cam- tion of their representatives. Both voters and win- pus lunch stand in addition...

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

THE II-S U BIUND Pge J RANGERS STRENGTHEN Recreation Dept. Bows by 3-2 Score Met ACC Wildcats in Crucial Game Friday The H-SU Rangers strengthened their hold on first position in the City Loop standings Wednesday hy coming from behind to down the re- crcntion department 3-2. The recreation department scored first in the initial inning and then added another In the second. The Rangers want to work in the third nnd fourth to count their three runs. L. B. "Scat" Russell's home run aid- ed the Rangers' cause. Joe Pee hurled three-hit ball for the Rangers ond ho shut" out the recrea- tion department after the second in- ning. The Rangers collected five safeties including Russell's circuit blow off the offerings of Trine pitch- er for the 'rec. At present the ACC Wildcats nnd the McMurry Indians are fighting it out for second place close behind the Rangers. Thursday the Indians met the State Hospital nine. Friday the Wildcats and the Ran- gers tangled with first place at stake. In their l...

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

Par 4 THE H-S U DRAND Strange Effectual Disease Hits H-S U; Students Professors Are Victims Dy ZONA HORN A most effectual disoaso is reported to have swept the Hnrdln-Slmmons University campus. Local scientists have not given it n technical name neither do they know its origin al- though it inevitably appears about this tlmo every year. Its temporary tltlo is "spring fever." Thcro aro various definite symp toms. Town students squander their allowances on worn-out jallopies. Hall students aro gripped with overwhelm- ing nostalgia. Many students go slightly hay-wire and clip their hair to about inch length. Doctors aro still working on the cases of Marshall Millsup Glp Oldham and Sonny Compere. Others becomo terribly tired for no reason at all. Ono could come on the campus and find every curb bench and car filled with victims of this fever. Sleepiness is always characteristic of this disease. Even in classrooms tho student drop off to sleep. (Not that this doesn't happen any other tim...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 11 May 1940

Cutty IZaU Jtai JfU 2ay 0A tjou lucky lucky litad y Vol. XXIV Z714 HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXAS MAY 11 1940 No. SO BRAND LAUNCHES ANNUAL 'BEAUTY AND BEAST' CONTEST Eminent Artist Portrait of Dr. AT LAST that long nwnitcd event lina hit the campus the Beauty and the Beast the Rose and the Thorn will bo named by the student body. The Brand has been saving the best for the last so with just three issues to go here it is. It is the only time In the year that the ugliest hulk of male humanity on the campus gets anything but boos for the characteristics with which na- ture has endowed him. It is one time when the unhandsome one won't have any competition from the campus Taylors and Gables. With an unusually large field to pick from the race for Beast will be a close one. The winner will well de- serve the fruits of victory. Campaigning is not forbidden. And with such a setup as a waiting limou- sine with motorcycle escort to town a breath-taking beauty an elaborate dinner a sho...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 11 May 1940

FtS THE H-S U BRAND 'Sditorials Tomorrow We Honor Mothers Exchanges Campus Camera There arc always special days on which wc Day tribute to special people. But tomorrow the whole T. S. C. U. ?50 world pays tribute to womankind to its mothers. And you are the one to pay homage to yours to mako her happy in some small way to show your love and gratitude "Man don't speak of Intelligence he let intelligence speak for Itself." This was one of the Confucius Say Ings that won Willie Mao Marlon at -The Lnss-O. The Emory Wheel newspaper of Emory University declaring that Somo of you will bo homo and can demonstrate "since the professors dlvldo students your affection; others will bo away in school but into clnsses it Is safe to assume that a thoughtful card or gift or maybe a telegram can all professor can also be divided Into show her that you thought of her and make her clnsses" offers these groupings: happy I The Killer type. He wants to off But probably the best way that you can prove the...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 11 May 1940

i a I yj THE 1I-S U BRAND Pft J GLANCING at SPORTS By WACIL McNAIR Sports Editor HSU RANGERS CLINCH PLAYOFF BERTH As tlio Texas Conference track and field meet got under way at ACC yesterday two records were still on the books which were set by H-SU athletes while wc were still a member of that loop. Levi Andrus' 120 yard high hurdles record set in 193U was still good and Alton Terry's javelin mark set in '35 was still tops. Terry it will be remembered set a new 0. 8. javelin record and went to Europe with the Olympic team in 19U6. His U. S. record was broken last spring by Bob Peoples of Southern California. H-SU's number ono tonnis duo. composed of James King and H. 0. BurruB has as fine a record as any doubles team in this section of the state for this season. Thoy have been defeated only twico and tiiey managed to avenge ono or these in tno opening match of the season Wayne University's team beat them but not without a fight. King and Burrus deuced two sets ono of them going to ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 11 May 1940

"""wrl? -' "'7?-nT' Psi 4 THE H-S U BRAND 'u j 'iror AT THIRTY-FIVE Former Student In Big Aviation John Lelnnd Atwood Hnrdln-Sim-mons University alumnus nnd son of Dr. E. B. Atwood of the H-SU de- partment of Religious Education who is an cxccutlvo in tho North Amerl. can Aviation Inc. which started in 1034 recently completed 10 years of service with his organization. The 35-year-old vice-president al- though born in Walton Ky. spent most of his college years and most of his preliminary school days in Tex- as. Graduating from Wayland Acad- emy in Plainview with magna cum laudo honors ho entered what was then Simmons College majoring in mathematics an dminoring in physics. In college ho was interested largely in framing complex mathematical problems. Graduating with honors from H-SU ho entered tho University of Texas in tho fall of 1920. Armed with an A. B. degree he sought entranco to tho higher realms of mathematics with special emphasis on civil engineering. Shortly before receivi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 18 May 1940

gu you lucky Jluchy Beaii Jfal JfU 3ay Vol. XXIV Z714 HARDIN-SIMM0N8 UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXAS MAY 18 1940 No. 31 'Beauty i ju mi nirrMMStxt Committee Named to Select President Debates All Day As this editor glances across his typewriter at tho bcnumcrnlcd cnlcndnr hanging placidly on the battered wall behind his desk the black-splctchcd sheet tells its story a story that says one more issue and another Brand editor has written finis to his career as the guiding hand of the weekly campus newspaper. "When the final copy of the Brand has floated off the grinding press next week the printer can begin tearing down the leaded page forms and this time he can dig right on down into tlio mast- head yank out the top line of type that says in eight point black face caps HOB MURDOCH Editor and cast it into tlio melting pot along with the other hundreds of lines of typo. Yes tho time has nearly come for another editor to shove back his chair rummage through the desk drawers for n few personal be...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 18 May 1940

y"' Paga TOE H-S U DRAND I w l-.' :r- : 'Editorials THE PROPAGANDA MENAGE Let us not bo duped by propaganda this time. Wo may bo told that our frontiers arc in Europo nnd that Canada is in danger of belonging to Gcr- innuy should England lose but let's uso our heads and think this thing through. Should England loso tho war there is no real reason-for Canada being given to Germany. Can- ada in her position is practically tho samo as America. Wo need to join tho western hemisphcro together in friendly unity and STAY OVER HERE. By such action we could form a barrier that not oven Hitler would attempt to break. By so doing we can also preserve our economic independence rather than havo the worst poverty sin and depre- dation that our country has ever known should wo gi across the seas again. Let us not sacrifice our youth to selfish slaugh- ters abroad. Let's use our heads and preserve western hemi- sphere peace by joining the Americas in friendly bonds against aggression should such an...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 18 May 1940

if THE II-S U BRAND Pf 7-'.' J5ry 'M- X1 fcs& SV.i v ' && Rangers Plan To Square Series With Wildcats Thursday Jones Pitches Entire Game For H-SU Despite Sore Arm Locals Hit Freely In Three Big Innings For Ride To Easy Victory By WAOIL MoNAIR Brand Sports Editor A pitcher with n sore arm can still win bnll panics if he has air- tight support in the field if he uses his head and if base knocks ring out during his tenm's time at bat. Proof of this wns exhibited at Lun- day field Thursday when Annond Jones star flipper for the Rangers coasted to an easy victory over the Abilene Christian College "Wild- cats squaring the playoff series at one all between the Hangers and Wildcats. In Tuesday's game the Wildcats lived up to their name and hopped on Joe Pee for a 7 to 4 decision. The Hangers played loosely in the field and several errors contributed to the "Wildcat cause. Thursday though the Christians were tamed down to the kitten level with Jones hurling shutout ball In nil b...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 18 May 1940

Fan 4 THE n-S U BRAND STUDENTS SEE DOUBLE Alpha Psi Pledges Choose To Impersonate Favorite Profs Providing nn unusual amount of ihcsplan glnmor to the campus Alpha Psi pledges romped and played early this week in their best dramatic style picturing in turn their favorite Shake- spearean characters and fnvorito pro- fessors. Following n week or two of ordi- nary hazing nt which tho pledges ran to the beck and call of members and woro forced to Ignoro their love life Hell Week started last Tuesday. Starting with the ridiculous pledges Were required to dress backwards wear tennis shoes on tho wrong feet nnd secure a hundred autographs on one little egg. Turning toward the more dinnm- tlc Shakespeare emerged early Wed- nesday morning as pledges tiottcd to class in tho most glamorous of cos- tumes. Juanita Hayes the lowly no- vice was particularly fetching as she donned a flannel nightgown Juliet cap and wandered about forlornly saying a line from Dcsdemona "Will you como to bed my lord?...

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