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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 18 September 1937

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Publication Title: Brand, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 18 September 1937

iM vV.iir( p-s.?53.j VV ! ' ftt W 18 IM7 TMB BRAND JJjtA s3 Cowboys We're For You 4 'V '3- ! 'i si 'r. I. WELCOME Modern Cleaners TARTT & SONS. Cleaners Dyers Hatters 1333 Ambler Telephone 7456 GYM SUITS? Certainly! OFFICIAL? Certainly! When you buy your physical education Suits and equipment here you know you are getting the kind approved by your school officials. Girl's Suits 2.25 Shoes 1.00 Boy's Suits 1.00 Shoes 1.00 DUB WOOTEN CO. Athletic and Sporting Goods 1075 N. 2nd Street Get The Habit of Coming Here First CONGRATULATIONS! HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY On Your Opening of the 46th Anniversary May This Year Be Your Best The Pender Company 273 Cypress St. Manufacturing Stationers Phone 7225 GREETINGS COWBOYS Black & Young Co. Paint and Wall Paper Artist Materials and Picture Framing 157 Pine Street Phone 3633 GREETINGS FROM ABILENE'S FINEST MAN'S STORE Suits Overcoat Shoes Hats Caleb Reed's Man Shop Store For Men and Boys Cypress At Second Phone 6859 WELCOME STUDENTS We'l...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 18 September 1937

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 18 September 1937

"l. sFk-1l i . . V. v tM' Sspisafer II 1117 THE BRAND JRSK 1$C :A: fri- ML - & & te c r CLASSMATE H.-S. U. Director Expresses Regard For Grid Visitor Both Mentors Have Served As Team Captains Of Four Branches Of Athletics At Haskell "'Froggy' Stewart was one of the best athletes I ever saw. And he'll conch the snme way he played the frame." In these words Coach Frank Kim- brouffh of the Hardin-Simmons Uni- versity Cowboys expressed his high regard for a former classmato and teammate Coach Roy Stewart of the Kentucky State Thoroughbreds who will bring his eleven here next week for the opening game of the season nt Cowboy field on Friday night September 24. Coaches Kimbrough and Stewart were high school athletic stars to- gether at Hnskcll. In high school both played half- back in football. In basketball both Frank and Froggy were forwards. In track both were dash men. In baseball Kimbrough was a pitcher and infieldcr and Stewart was like- wise an infielder. Both served as cap...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 18 September 1937

M- r ! THE MtAND September 18 ItST t.T M i l Campus Undergoes Vast Improvement Mary Francis Is Refinished; Soda Fountain Added To Bookstore Soveral thousand dollars have been expended by Hnrdln-Slmmons univer- sity during the summer for much needed improvements on the campus. Final round-up of the changes Is be- in? completed as tho 46th session of ficially opens with tho beginning of classes and tho first assembly pro- gram today. Most noticeable and costly altera- tions were made in Mary Farnccs hall girls' dormitory. Changes made include a complete renovation and re- furnishing of the building. Tho Uni versity apartments purchased last spring by the board of trustees also were refinished and have been com- pletely furnished with new furnish- ings. An increase in size and the instal- lation of a soda fountain are the ma- jor changes found in the bookstore. By removing the north wall tho store and an abandoned classroom were combined to nearly double the space for tho recreation ce...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 25 September 1937

rand tip NEWS TIPS One More Home Tilt Then Loyola Female Judgment . Page 2 Pot Shots' of Sports Page 3 To Texas In T-Job Page 1 Murray State Finale Page 1 Vol. XXII. HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ADILENE TEXAS SEPTEMBER 25 19S7 No. 2 COWBOYS DEFEAT KENTUCKY THOROUGHBREDS 21 TO 0 ;. ' i '( v Well time for the rccoikI chapter of the B. I. has arrived autumn Is now officially here the Kentucky Thoroughbreds are defeated by a 21-0 score school Is getting well under way and it looks like nil is well. Congratulations to those behind the movement made In Ferguson hall. It seems to me that this is one of the greatest moves made in many a day and from all indications the ex- periment is going to prove success- ful. If nothing else is accomplished the freshmen were induced (by this move. or otherwise) to loosen up and put on a fair demonstration of their abilities. Just in case you don't already know the solo part of the slime trio was none other than the much heralded actor Karl Bonneaux who hai...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 25 September 1937

f 4 r. 0 4s THE BRAND rv- .'t IS'' .i'.'O h - i L' V I." w n -y . fev 4 V It U"1?. less teic' - ' s-s Ml. Pj .' "U I - '- r. WW Sbt Irani) A wiealy Beg aswiat yaMlslied every Saturday MM mM year by the Hardin-Simmons Press IB Mm Mtmt ef Um Student Claw alt matter Mm Faawfftea at Abilene Texas ef March 3 1912. MslaVaVHnnflW sslCVy jQw yvfu . Pmt tty Mtorial Office: First Floor Abilene Hall 1302 Univer- sity Drive. Downtown Office: 241 Hickory Street. Telephones 7211 or 6761 I POM NATIONAL ABVtTIINO BY NATIONAL ADVERTISING MKRVICK INC. SHIMI PVBLIMMBIS RimCSINTATIVB AS)IW)H AVC NKW YOHK N. Y. BOSTON PORTLAND BURTON SMELTON ROWLAND DOW f TART NOW "Aa ye sow so shall yo renp" mny be un old and trite proverb yet it seems to apply to a great number of different phases of life even today. Es- pecially docs it hit the nail on the head when used with reference to studying. "Remember the Alamol Remember Goliad I" the battle cry of Texas independence shouted by the small yet victorious group o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 25 September 1937

xwTOwp!9rrK s f-V "1'" '!". W ''''" WftV v ;' a'.? f i THE BRAND Jss&JSSf Bettor . "M 1 ' M BR. - HH I 3 VJ $t& USE lirtaw-' 33HH f"" j RANCHERS TACKLE OUACHITA TIGERS NEXT FRIDAY Cowboys To Meet Arkadelphia Squad In Home Stadium Hardin Simmons Gridders To Encounter Loyola October 8 The inaugural game with tho in- vading Murray State Thoroughbreds from Kentucky is history and the Cowboys looked ahead today to next Friday night's opponents Ouachita College from Arkadelphia. Tho following vreeH tho Ranchers take to tho trail to ride herd against the Itoaring Lions of Loyola univer- sity in Gilmoro stadium in Los An- geles on October 8. This will bo the first of two California trips this fall and stacks up to be one of the fca- turo week-ends of tho 1037 grid sea- son. Impressive Record The Ouachita Tigers who won six of eightgamcs with ono tie and ono defeat for Coach Bill Walton in 1930 open tho season today against the Oklahoma Baptists away from home in a night game. Next w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 25 September 1937

-.. Fag Fmv THE IlRAND if -. f' i. ft v S. Officials Establish Employment Office College No Longer Place To Loaf; Jobs To Be Had Daily At last something is being done about these "Wlmpy-llko" college students who would gladly mow a lawn for a meal if you had a lawn. The Hardln-Simmons Employment Bureau started this summer is find- ing lawns for them to mow. The bureau finds not only that type job but every other kind as well. Inaugurated by Dean Collins hard- ly more than a month ago it has al- ready found jobs for 41 students who could not have attended college this year without work. The purpose of the bureau is to fill all possible open- ings with students who have had the necessary experience required by the employer. Placements already made have been in private homes depart- ment stores shoe stores tailor shops groceries drug stores and many oth- ers. Varied Experiences Students who applied during the summer have had varied experiences. Some boys have been cattle punch- ers and...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 2 October 1937

" f - s y ?' .ra if VV ' f J "pwjy ( 'b ..- T'"1- " -JT il i III I Mi II Hi WW NEWS TIPS- Loyola Special Frosh Grid Games Grid Graph Short Story Page 1 Page 3 Page 1 Page 2 Vol. XXII. HARDIN.SIMMON8 UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXAS OCTOBER 2 1937 No. 3 &hp Brano I p ! II I -0 Cage Those Lionr Cowboys ' ' t "' if v. Cowhands Take Special To See Loyola Conflict Well the third edition of the 1037- 38 Brand is nearly out and with it comes the editor's weekly prayer: "Give "us this week our weekly opin- ion but forgive us the one we had last week." After pondering over editorials for the third time I am not the least bit hesitant to agree with the writer who said that writing an editorial is like doing an intellectual strip tease. Tho customers must be kept interested but they can't be shown everything. Say did you know that the "Far Famed Cowboy Band" is reaching out in it's field of endeavor? The organ- ization has successfully invaded every type of music and now some of its members are go...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 2 October 1937

W5 ' vJ'- "- ; . t. t THK BRAND Ip Mitt - v re' A 5 " ?v ' i ft?- X C- H i It I I k ! h T"W ;V (f I s .! Si' j ' 6'; w i?' JijJ? 3? tS !.' -M . H V' r $ jj . . . i t 'Sv( 5r fv w HffiST r '' "' UtlmiWi. ti BmhphI AM flA tNpt ft? nti peper yeenshsd every Saturday br Mm gtOa-Waiot Press eC the IMnt Body of Hardin- Cleee aaeH Matter Jwm 22. 1917 at th rMtoMoi i AMImm Tmm mdw act f Hand S 1912. HttHiHimmiiiiiiitiiiiiiiimtiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiu v wavkuai v-ruauu VW flllllll COMMENT i Mem per year -I1.M MMerlel Office: Fint Floor Abilene Hall 1302 Unlver- fcy Drive. Dowatowm Offlea: 241 Hickory Street. Telepheace 7211 or 6761 ram nationai. immMM av WATIONAUAPyKirrMHNg KRVICE. INC. I AV. NEW YORK. H. V. AM mAMCISCO MATTU BURTON 8HELTON. ROWLAND DOW .Editor-ia-Cpiief .Baslaeaa Manager OLAM MPEIIINTATION Nearly every year one or more of the four classes in the university elects some of their leaders for the ensuing year with apparently little thought concerning qualification...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 2 October 1937

my W " i '1-Vf 4 ymy V K TIIMAND .$i&1l W3m - v. ml USE Wi RANCHER DELEGATION H.-S. U. Is Ranked 16th In Nation The Cowboys of Hardin-Simmons University ranked 18th in the nation at the close of the past season according to "Grid Graphs" a copyrighted feature by T. Ronald Allen and staff. The Ronald Allen staff have been 80 per cent correct in fore- casting over 3000 games. The "Grid Graphs and Fore- casts" listed last year's top 20 as 1. Minnesota 2. Pittsburgh 3. Ne- braska 4. California 5. Washing- ton 6. L. S. U. 7. Duquesne 8. Duke 0. T. C. U. 10 Santa Clara 11 Marquette 12. Ohio State 13. Notre Dame 14. Alabama 16. Navy 10. Hardln-Simmons Uni- versity 17. Fordham 18. Georgia U. 10. Mississippi State and 20. Princeton. i Pot Shots of Sports By Harper Van New "Good enough to beat Vanderbilt." These were the words of the coach "Proggie" Stewart of Murray State as he congratulated Coach Kimbrough on his victory last week. And he should know for his Thoroughbreds scrimmaged Van...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 2 October 1937

V . Pt Vmv THK BRAND - IB ' I! 1 II k. Boynton Assumes Announcer Duties Of Grid Program Coca-Cola Includes H.-S. U. In Group Of Schools Featured Ben Leo Boynton who has been ono of the lending officials In southwest- ern football for 12 years and who has played in or officiated In ten or more games every year for a quarter of a century has abandoned the gridiron this fall to servo as football commen- tator for the Coca-Cola Bottling com- panies of Texas which are sponsoring the "College Night" radio broadcasts and weekly name-the-winners foot- ball contests according to Wilson W. Crook of the Crook Advertising Agency which is handling the state- wide campaign. "Although football crowds will miss Benny Lee's familiar officiating this season" said Mr. Crook "They will get to hear him forecast the week's results every Thursday night and comment on each week's games every Saturday night Both Thursday and Saturday 'College Night' programs will be broadcast at 6:30 p.m. by sta tions WFAA-...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 9 October 1937

Brand mv NEWS TIPS- Ride Those Buffaloes Cowboys Loyola Results . Timely Topics Freshman Game ..Page 1 .Page 2 .Page 3 ..Page 1 Ancient Hell Tolls Vol. XXII. HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXAS OCTOBER 9 1937 No. 4 COWBOY DELEGATION DEFEATS LOYOLA UON SQUAD 7 to 0 STUDENT BODY NAMES THIRTEEN TO WHO'S WHO Well children hither has blowfi the fourth Brand and we are still going whether strong or not. Dirt on the campus is getting still more plentiful each day and yet there is still not enough dirty dirt to suit some people. It seems that several of the fresh- man girls were out from Mary Frances until 11:20 the other evening. And speaking of freshmen grapevine comment says that this year's host of underclassmen are not very obedient and certainly do not scare easily. To say the least SUE SAVAGE hosn't been successful at directing the activities of the newcomers this year. "And that's something when Sue can't scare them" advises a sopho- more who served her term last year at the han...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 9 October 1937

r ip T "V- tf L-V . .;r.V rtt THE BRAND Si. It liS? & fr I t. f 1 P v'A J? k e 'fe i . 4. r 5 fc '-j t b IV ? L Qty? Stand A weekly college newspaper published every Saturday daring school year by the Hardln-Simmons Press Club In the Interest of the Student Body of Hardin- JHmMons University. Entered as Second Class mail matter June 22 1917 at the Poatoff ice at Abilene Texas under act of March 3 1912. 'dimmmmmimimiiiiiiiiiiiiiimimiiimiiimmiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuj i CURRENT CAMPUS 1 COMMENT niimiiimiimiiiiiimiiiiiimimiiiiiimiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiii?. AN ANSWER TO THE FRESHMAN Subscription Price per year .$1.00 Editorial Office: First Floor Abileno Hall 1302 Univer- sity Drive. Downtown Office: 241 Hickory Street. Telephones 7211 or 6751 NKMIISKNTIO ron NATIONAL AOVCKTICINS BY NATIONAL ADVERTISING SERVICE INC. COLLKOI PUaklSMUIS RtMIUKHTATIVB 410 MADISON AVE. NKW YORK. N. Y. CHICAGO BOSTON BAN FBANCIBCO LOB ANBKUB PORTLAND BKATTUI BURTON SHELTON ROWLAND DOW .Editor-in-Chief -Business Man...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 9 October 1937

? Urrtm - v; H toce'ltew -v.' $H . V ' -l ' TnE BRAND Loyola Signal Barker Wilford "Woolfie" Hughes shown below called signal for Urt Lion eleven in last night's encounter at Los Angeles. This experienced quarterback is from Madison Wisconsin and Is 21 years old. Hto weight 175 pounds and height 5 feet 9 inches. 5 X . V i.'l ':ss yj COWBOYS TO MEET CANYON TEACHERS FRIDAY NIGHT ix r fH v.--.a sm Am. m JVC. K-hjT r M mmmmmmmmBmm&mmwJTlffl& '' tfSUffi&BEzt" &M iJr&il s&m&mmmmWk Ranchers Contest West Texas Squad Oh Enemy Ground Game With East Texas Team To Be Played Oct. 29 At Commerce Ily William A mo Agnln next week the Hnrdin-Slm-mons Cowboys tnko to the open rond journeying to Canyon for a tilt with the strong West Texas State eleven Friday evening. The up-state Buffa loes have been tinning aside rivals with ruthless regularity to date and aro nnxiously awaiting the contest with the locals. Following a long jaunt to Los An gclcs Coach Kimbrough's stalwart...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 9 October 1937

T ." Pf Fear THE BRAND -yt r. - - -mi I Science Teachers Add Equipment To Laboratories Several Student Assistants To Aid Instructors With Duties Numerous now pieces of equipment nnd several new laboratory assistants arc the noticeable changes found this year in the science departments. Six new balances have been added to tho freshman laboratories. Theso muchly needed additions should make quantitative experiments in tho f rcsh- man labs much moro accurate than before advises Dr. O. 0. Watts chem- istry professor. Tho balances aro to be placed in the room just north of tho supply room. A largo order of chemicals has replenished tho supplies needed to complete experiments this year. New locks arc to be placed on all lockers and drawers in the freshman labs. A color mixer has been added to the equipment used in tho physics de- partment. This apparatus is used to mix light rays or colors for visual study. Student assistants this year include Mnry Louiso Johnson ns laboratory instructor ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 16 October 1937

IV I. ? BRAND SPONSORS SPECIAL TO WICHITA TILT u-j- r.i 11113 SFhi? Well children of the forty acres here we go to press with the fifth edition of this year's noose-paper column and still more dirt keeps on hanging around for publication. And more and more bribers threatened and what not are beginning to make Weekly visits to ye olde editor. Extra 1 Extra! Scoop 1 Did you know that Coach Klm- brough's real name is not Frank ? Tho adopted salutation was assumed to take the place of the given Francis. . . Sissy? If ALTON TERRY the Olympic wizard had as good eyes as he has a javelin arm he might not be asked by Cop Miller to cause less disturb- ance with MARY LAFON ALEXAN- DER. Brief Descriptions: FAY (Don't put my name in the Brand) NEELEY: Past (censored). Present Pinky Williams. Future Gabler (she hopes). FERNETTA FOLEY has been ac- cused of going around with a sclf- satisfied "cat ate the mouse" look for the past week. We wonder who is in for some trouble? The above mentioned FAY N...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 16 October 1937

V'. V w - i THE BRAND St u 3SS VTf 5 f r V v ji- .. s . te r I m w m $ m $ j. e I gr k ' I K if" ita I A. fc" I V' r. IS Si. If?- Lf K l" ' i-.fc'it P. ;v K . ; mf VW . X3 J;rM TTfi. 5r rnu A weekly college newspaper published every Saturday daring the school year by the Hardin-Simmons Press Clab in the Interest of the Student Body of Hardln- Simraons University. Entered as Second Class mall matter June 22 1917 at the Postoff ice at Abilene Texas under act of March 3 1012. rilllllltlllltlllltlllllllllllllllllMllllllllllliiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiMiiiiit CURRENT CAMPUS i 1 COMMENT iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiii?. Sabscription Price per year .$1.00 Editorial Office: First Floor Abilene Hall 1302 Univer- sity Drive. Downtown Office: 241 Hickory Street. Telephones 7211 or 6751 NWMniHmaBaBaHnMMHHBSMmBHMHnaaMHa RCNIBSINTID FOR NATIONAL AOVIRTISINa BY NATIONAL ADVERTISING SERVICE INC. COLLia PUBLISHERS ItSPRESINTATIVI 410 MADISON AVE. NEW YORK N. Y. CMI...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 16 October 1937

ypyqBsi L' ' a' THE BRAND hHlhHl J i i t- &$.- 1& ''. 4 :j VJ " wjrt pH KIMBROUGHMEN AIM AT COMMERCE IN TWO WEEKS Ranchers On Home Range After Two WeeksRamblings Long Practice Should Fit Punchers For Tough Foes To Follow By William Amo Following Inst night's tilt with West Tcxn8 State the Cowboys will bo accorded two weeks of practice prior to the East Texas State engage- ment at Commerce October 29. Coach Prank Kimbrough decided not to fill this week's open date granting tho H.-S. U. stalwarts a much-needed rest. The squad suffered a slight let- down after tho Loyola fray last week because of tho tedious trip to Los An- geles and the scintillating triumph. Physical condition of the Cowboys al- so was hampered by tho intermittent weather this past week. Coach Kim- brough was quite doubtful as to whe- ther the win over Loyola would go to the heads of the gridders. Need Conditioning An entiro fortnight of scrimmages and conditioning is just what Coach Kimbrough's charges need....

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