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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 25 May 1940

McGaughey Conway Win Expense-Paid Date as Beauty and Beast Accotdlng to the H-SU student body Albeit (Squinely) Conwny Is by fnr the ugliest ninlo on the Fotty Acies mid Allinc McGnughey Is the most benuteous ns wns lcvenled by student voting In chapel Wednesday mottling. Conwny n tiuly beastly looking fel- low walked nwny with the title of Beast polling n mnjoiity over all other candidates with 252 votes as compnied with 251 for the rest of his opponents combined. Hncc for Beauty was much closer with Tld Compete crowding Alllne McGaughey for first place only 13 votes behind clinching n clear sec- ond. In the lesser brackets the lace was close with only one vote being the dlffcience in some Instances. Henst ...... . Albert Conway 252 How the finals lend: Jnmc3 K)(? m Itonutx Tommy Chadwlck CI W. C. Woody . no Alllne McGaughey 121 pete gimon H8 Tld Compete . . 108 Chatles Tieadaway 315 Joyno Lea Abbott 78 Jnmcs Dyke 0 Hetty Mcintosh 58 The winners of the Beauty and Fiances Scnis 50 H...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 25 May 1940

jyu v- Is' Pag J THE H-S U BRAND k 'Sditorials SWAN BONO "With this issue the II-SU Brand concludes publi- cation for the 1939-40 school year. With this issue the editor officially severs relations with a staff of fino department editors advisers and reporters. For the past semester those whoso names appear on tho masthead below have been entrusted with the responsibility of publishing your newspaper. We hnvo honestly enjoyed every minute of our experience of sketching your campus world and it has been with tho aim in mind of favoring no per- son or group rather the news; of maintaining a neutral stand in all things which we did not feel a perfect moral freedom in condemning or praising ; and finally of publishing a paper which appealed aliko to the administration and student body. Publishing n weekly college newspaper is a task a responsibility and ofthncs a worry. Situations and difficulties arise and must bo met. To the best of our ability such situations and difficulties were so...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 25 May 1940

1 .1 ' . THE II-S U DRAND rft Wildcats Take Championship From Rangers Locals Bow to Christians In Saturday Slugfest 12-5 Parker Loses Four-Hit Pitching Performance to Burroughs Friday By WAOIL McNAIR Brand Sports Editor The Hardin-Simmona Rangers arc no longer city league cham- pions but it can truly bo said that they didn't relinquish their hold without a fight. After edging their way to the top and ending regu- lar league play in first place the powerful Rangers fought a losing battle against the Abilene Christian College Wildcats in the playoff. Evidently the "Wildcats believe that turn about is fair play be- cause it was in n similar playoff a year ago that the Rangers defeated them for the title. H-S U Well Represented On Sports Front During Year Tho Rangers entered the playoff under handicap with star pitcher Ar- mond Jones nursing a sore arm and Nenl Davis and Slick McCaleb first and third basemen respectively both unable to play but part time. Joe Pec shouldered his part of ...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 25 May 1940

Pat 4 TIIE n-8 U BRAND SCHOLAR BOXER COWBOY Graduation to Take Colorful Collegian From H-SU Campus Coming from his dnd's Hereford range ranch Wayno (Dynamo) Evans sees the "grass greener In his own pasturo" than somewhere else. When Dynamo was In high school ho was interested in music playing piano and violin. In the Cowboy band In his freshman and sophomore years ho tooted a tuba french horn and baritone. He didn't do much studying in high school he admits but started after an accident kept him out of school for a year following his freshman year. Back in Hereford on his dad's ranch in the summer he poured gasoline in the tractor but evidently the hot mani- fold met the gasoline and severely burned him. Using his head he roled in plowed ground extinguishing the fire and would not be living today had it not been for a passing motorist who took him to the hospital. His father advancing in years owns from six to eight sections of good rango land feeding 1500 Hereford cattle in the win...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 20 September 1940

( rilB -. W 0$ '' j Je& RuU a Special 7te Raie Qeitiual Centenary QtHtlemen ' Vol. XXV Z714 HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXAS SEPTEMBER 20 1010 No.l c X H-SU Begins Forty-Ninth Session With flir t rrr i r !? r j V9 Map Yais For Hardin-Simmons Riding School With tho football season here and the opening game Successfully passed students are learning with considerable alarm that tho Cow- bays 'have only one other home game. If a large number of the students really would like to sec the Oowboys play some more and surely they do now is tho time to start campaigning for a special traint tho Tyler Rose Festival and ott game with Arizona State. Take it from one who knows the Rose Festival is worth seeing. And furthermore that will bo THE big football game for that section of East Texas for the current season. Tho Texas Aggies have usually acted as host team in this annual fray. Last year they played Vil- lanova and drew one of the larg est crowds ever to sco a game there. With tho...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 20 September 1940

-WiW. ymr w. '"- '-''' .-Jsmuflfi&ai i - rjr otz v f "- .'.' -s (-" -i' ' 1 sa' as i m"-" THE H-SU BRAND 7iW he f '. .. & l life. h Hi K? .;' R ll V k h'X '.V ? i Editorials n Lf.' ' "v Dr. Whke We Salute You! Exchanges Campus Camera w. J. FRESHMAN DAYS Wo arc traveling tho wny Of tho Freshmen today UftfoMiitv a fArtnf.. f l .uver" ""? r"BKea nna. Blow WttU v.. j .. l ' li. Til. r Hut if you lend us a hand WM Mftd POMeMing tho niiaHttpq at T)r. .... KKWtfit. Tfie board deliberated it t . n? p "s" """ .. -l...i . . ." zr veu it'll rn dv xpuncnc.' yuu www. choosing a successor to the late Dr. Wo still aro quite shy. fctw ft la seen by the student body that the de- A"d f "J - n will pay dividends in the form of a co- "" "' """ " "" e and ever upbuilding university. "T' ...... ui. w Dr. White took over his now duties in tho At rules that are queen he said that ho intended to "hit the Ami t.msn. in nwhii. d runnincr." and now it is evident that he did that. Earlv indications are ...

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

fjyij'-Mi- w " ' k. i TOE H-SU DRAND Pfl I- X ;. 'A' Blood-Thirsty bents 1 horoughly Prepared By New Coach Jake Hanna By BOB MURDOCH Blood-thirsty nnd eager for tmothcr win Coach Frank Kimbrough 'h Cowboys left the Forty Acres this morning bound for Shrcvcport Ln. where they battle Ccntcnnry's 'footbnll Gentlemen tomorrow night in the Kanchcrs' second gnme of the season. Touchdown Twins CN "? OHjKfiJ i - (jocMqHrH A';W A. e.&USSE.L Touchdown twins of the Hardin- Simmons University Cowboys at Abilene are Owen Goodnight co- captaln and 1 B. Russell. Goody .Goodnight and "Baby Ray" Russell run or pass with abandon to spark Coach Prank Klmbrough's offense. Goodnight from Holland Tex. and Russell from Hereford alternate ln the Cowboy backfleld or both stay ln the game. tm BK i MIR- IN? m vMfcfc.I ! Your Tennis and Badminton Needs DUB WOOTEN 1275 No. 2nd SAVE FROM 15 PER CENT TO 20 PER CENT ON YOUR MEALS! Delicious Food Served Family Style at Corral Dining Hall The Pender Company Manu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 20 September 1940

f JW-'" Pag 4 THE II.SU BRAND jBvsw-. &((? "" j ' V' C 4 ' Kr & fi j United States Marine Band Opens HSU Artist Course October 1 To Flay Matinee And Night Concert Mrs. Roosevelt Kenny Baker Scheduled Later By DORIS MAHONEY The oldest and ono of tho most pop- ular musical organizations In exist- nee today the U. S. Marino Band jruljOpen tho Hardin-Simmons Unl- elty Artist Courso on October 1. gjSjMarlno Band has a history al- most as long and glamorous as that of the nation Itself. Officially recog- nized as "Tho President's Own" when John Adams signed an act on July 11 1708 for Its organization it has maintained a prominent footing in the musical world. Tho Marino Band has played at every inaugural ceremony sinco that of Thomas Jefferson. Every presi- dent sinco Washington has called upon It to perform at Whito House func- tions. It played for President Polk and tho nation throughout the Mexi- can war. During the depressing days of the Civil War President Lincoln insisted th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 28 September 1940

f"fH -v. II . ;:( 'it'4.' . tf r .- 4.'? T ..r k.' ' K. &j-.sr .?.. .SFvW.V M -h 1 K rw ?& " V -"' . -' & Rid a gpscdmi ?Jf RoU foitiual JoJayb CdttvOal ' 'X1 Y IU1 &. Vol. XXV Z714 IIARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXAS SEPTEMBER 28 1910 No. 2 c ' '.2.'. 4k cZr-r-ls-- -r-5 1 i 'sy lu i ir. .S l. X -iV i. I! r !' I. r i W Tyler Cant. Santelman Brinas Marines Sere Now that the Administration lins made definite plans for the special train to the Tyler Rose Festival students should make every effort possible to take ad- vantage of the trip. Not since 1937 have H-SU students had an opportunity to ride a special to a football game. Everyone that made that trip to Wichita Falls will assure any doubters that these trips arc worth while. Last year we were planning to run a special to Odessa when tho Cowboys played Arizona State there but the State B. S. U. con- vention met on the campus that week-end and the plans were dropped. Not only will there be a first class football...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 28 September 1940

PS'' fJ$' V feu j."' Y ... -t-vl.raWl V - J 'U) .Cltf t-riit ' T T" "?-V r"W rv 0 1. " - V a - K7ij."15T A. i- -. r i ;.' - u- ?i r- P rc -. " k$ y rt :- THE H-SU BRAND Sditorials Exchanges PROM THE EDITORIAL "PUKPOBE OP THE DRAFT.' 'a It. Purpose of the Draft The draft law certainly' eoaeerns everv collfiuo student today although' aoaijwilh bo called for service before next July. FrkMy a larger per cent of college students thantany other group in me nanon are oi iuo ago prescribed in the law nnd tkere is no reason for beating around the bush bo- cause they will play an important part in tho mili- tary future of our country as well as tho business future. Wisencss of drafting men for military duty for the first tiino whilo tho nation is not at war with another has been debated and questioned on numer- ous occasions. To many it appears that our couu- iv.try is straying from tho democratic practices that 2fhave been tho distinctiveness of the United States through all the years since ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 28 September 1940

- -- iu.j ) n THE H-SU BRAND Pti -' a RANCHERS DRILL HARD FOR ARIZONA STATE FRAY tit Kimbrough Repairs Weaknesses Shown In Centenary Game Murray Evans9 Field Goal Beats Gentlemen For Locals Cowboys Definitely Hy MOD MURDOCH Storming Into Tyler next Saturday to climax In grid bnttle one of the most colorful spectacles In Texas will be a jjai'B of victory-hungry Cowboys and a confident aggregation of Tem- po Bulldogs each eager to establish their claim to superiority. Saturday's clash will bo the Bor- der Conference champions' third at- tempt to grab vltcory from the Cow- boys In as many years. Last year Tempo had been scored upon only once until tho rangy Ranchers bowl- ed them over 19 to 7 in Odessa. So the Arizona bunch mokes no bones nbout savinc that they Intend to avenge the humiliating defeat of last fall. During tho past week Head Coach Kimbrough worked his charges in earnest on glaring weaknesses shown up In the Centenary game such as puss defense blocking for tho passer and ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 28 September 1940

"T r Page 4 THE H-8U BRAND -g $m L !:1 Cowgirls Accept Thirty-three New Members In Ceremonies At Marston Gym Last Night Week of Activities Come to Climax By KATHERINE CALDWELL Ceremonies in Marston gymnasium last night created 33 new Cowgirls making a total of 54 girls now in the social organization. The initiation was the climax of a week of activities starting last Tues- day with the annual try-out tea at the Woman's Club. Receiving guests there wcro Miss Helen Margaret Rob- i': Dins sponsor; ueo Agnew prcsiaeni; fa Bitsle Lynn vice-president; Dcweco McGahcy secretary; Donna Wool- ridge treasurer; Katherinc Caldwell reporter; and Mrs. Emmett Landers. Other members assisted in entertain- ing the guests. A picnic nt Tid Compere's homo on (Jompero boulevard complimented the pledges Wednesday evening. Fol- lowing a supper of hot dogs chill beans potato chips pickles tomatoes iced tea and ice cream an hours' pro- gram of songs and stunts was pre- sented by the new members. Thursday eve...

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

-. it ' -$ Etwtt N I to VA itdldofl t Vol. XXV Z714 IIARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXAS OCTOBER 4 1940 No. 3 COWBOY SPECIAL TRAIN LEAVES FOR TYLER TONIGHT fKt1fri - -smm r- - i v i ii&iKHAPi ise: i1mpw 11 wtiwm -irGrawrapw HiPi xf The Brand stnff had n most in- usual experience this week nt lenst it it) unusual in newspaper- ilom whether large or small. Wo wero locked out of our office 1 Believe it or not even with an early deadline staring us in the face we had to hunt up the cam- pus co) and get him to open tho doors so we could get together this small amount of news and space filler for this week. And even then we were informed that we must get through by 11 o'clock so the building could be closed for the night. Of course this Brand is just a small sheet as newspapers go and probably would create as little in- terest in circles where people don't care about H-SU as one of Peter Day's jokes on the campus. But after all it is a newspaper. Sometimes it may wear such a con v...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 4 October 1940

". ' "X- " -fMf 1 PAtl THE H-SU BRAND Vtf t v s i .; ' ) ft i '-r V b '" Jim ' ' .y . hwS?'' 'Sditorials 4 Exchanges Campus Camera Campus Courtship MYSELF By Edna St. Vincent Mlllay I have to llvo with myself and so Two Btudents boy and girl walked slowly I want to bo fit for myself to know. s across tho campus hand in hand. Passing n group I want to be ablo as the days go by ".Ji'ft )' classmates they wore hailed. The usual Always to look myself in the eye. v"ufWMthe result of rapid-fire" chit-chat and I don't want to stand with the setting .thtple passed on. sun Tb is only the mentioning of an everyday oc- And hato myself for the things I've wrrence on any American college campus. But it done k-alao the expression of the most natural of human I want to go with head erect passions love Perhaps it is not in the advanced I want to deserve all men's respect stage but it is love nevertheless. And so in this struggle for fame and A now world opens to those who recognize and wealth accep...

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

X. rt VW" THE H-SU BRAND Fff COWBOYS LEAVE TODAY FOR ROSE FESTIVAL GAME . ii t-tf. c v C Pi Kimbrough to Bed Players Down in Athens Tonight Arizona Anxious To Avenge Former Losses To Hard Riding Punchers By liOIl MURDOCH With n torrid reception awaiting them in the Tyler stadium tomorrow afternoon by Tcmpe'a tenacious Bull- dogs a Rang of colorful gridiron Cow- boys rolled out of Abilene at 7:30 this morning via bus headed for the ninoy woods of East Texas. Coach Frank Kimbrough's expon- ents of aerial acrobatics after a rugged four-day prep courso in how to corral the Bulldogs' vaunted grid- iron blitzkrieg left with high hopes of blnstlng Tcmpe from the undefeat- ed untied ranks and run their own consecutive victory string to seven. Tonight the Cowboys will quarter in Athens within easy driving range of the Hose Festival city. The Arizona State Bulldocs of Tempo who have been absorbing Texas atmosphere while working out dally in Fort Worth the past week enter the East Texas grid c...

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

W" r v .1 J ' ' ' l" ' gi Kt "& f ( H Page 4 THE H-SU BRAND V rt Ly rt IV 't i.a Marine Band Plays To Large Audience Tuesday High School Groups Travel Far To Concert The H-SU campus was a blaze of color and buzzing with activity Tues- day afternoon as high school bands from as for west as Monahons arrived to hear the world-renowned United States Marine band under the leader- ship of Captain William P. Santel- mann. As these bnnds had already made block reservations the auditor ium was soon filled to overflowing. Tho afternoon program was espe- cially arranged for tho high school students and tho two numbers which drew the most applause wcro Edward Masters with his cornet and Oliver Zinsmelstcr on tho xylophone. Ed Masters' version of the popular "Blue- berry Hill" was ono of the chief hits. After the concert the members of tho high school bands gathered in the stadium for free drinks and to havo their picturo taken with tho "President's Own Band." Tho color- ful Marines were in ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 11 October 1940

jFTFffivt V A1 Yr ..' T r. Vol. XXV Z714 HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ADILENE TEXAS OCTOBER II 1940 No. 4 Hsrt;'i'?V'iw:. ''.' BKl rifl'-" '"b B"B"" B B''HbHTH--"! iTI BVikl H I - ' hMBfJ' V H-SU Students Ride Special To JMMMMMMwMSiBS5BBiHMflHiiV Publicity hns been the cause of arguments and discussions prac- tically ever since tlicro has been such a thing. There are those who profess to believe that there is no such thing as unfavorable public- ity and there are those who be- lieve that certain types of pub- licity can bo harmful. Which side is right is not left for us to say. But we firmly be- lieve that there arc kinds of pub- licity that do no good oven if they do no harm. Furthermore wo are inclined to side along with those who think some types of publicity are harmful. Naturally people will be better known and recognized if their names arc before the people often whether their names are used in favorable comment or not. But this brings up another question that of recognition. It ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 11 October 1940

H' v ". - H r S 6 Pat TI1E H-SU BRAND I' et 7 I r It. it e &. V ri"T 'Sditorials 'Sxchanges Campus Camera Praise For Conduct in Tyler According to faculty members making tho trip and numerous other people at Tyler Saturday H-SU students are to be commended for their con- duct over1 the week-end. t .Arranging for the special train and then bear- ing part of the expense is probably the most gen- erous gesture in tho way of extra-curricular activi- ties made by the administration in several years. It speaks well for the student body that they show- ed their appreciation by conducting themselves as college students should. Hardin-Simmons University was well received iu Tyler and nothing could go farther toward in- suring their being welcomed there again than the model behavior shown by the students. Conduct on tho train was especially praised by faculty members. It seems that there has long been a-popular conception that college students are ex- tremely destructive to railroad prope...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 11 October 1940

THE H-SU BRAND Ptw MINERS Louisiana Tech Loss Ires Saxon Coached Team Kimbroughmen Drill Hard On Pass Defense And Running Game Fearing thnt hla team's undefeated untied record will be put to a severe test in Odessa Saturday by a danger- ous College of Mines squad Coach Prank Kimbrough sent his charges through every phase of football drill in the books in preparation here this week. The Miners arc expected to be in an ugly mood Saturday following their upset loss to unscoutcd Louis- iana Tech in Ruston La. last week. A victory over Kimbrough's Cow- hands will help sooth their ruffled feelings and foxy Mack Saxon head Miner coach hopes to hit the come- back trail with a resounding whack- ing of the Cowboys. With one exception the Ranchers will bo facing an all-letterman team. Only non-numeral winner in the Mines camp is Carson the center. Ho is a transfer from East Texas State where ho earned his monogram in 1038. Ho did not play football last year. In drills this week Kimbrough stres...

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

?pw M r fr id Page 4 THE n-SU BRAND SSPPPIWWPSP t. Wor Completed On H-SU Riding School; Opening Set Next Week Several Horses Already Donated Rose Festival Princess Is Only School Operated Academy In This Section Work on tho new Hardln-Slmmons riding school ncarcd completion this week and arrangements nro being made for tho school to open and reg- ular classes to begin somo timo next week. Planned by a special trustee com- mitteo appointed by J D. Sandefer Jr. chairman of tho board tho school is one of the finest of its kind in tho nation; nnd gives H-SU the only one in this part of the country located on a college campus and operated by tho school. Tho trustee committee is composed of C. C. Cowden old timo rancher trustee chairman; Judge John H. Al- vis noted Abilene lawyer; and T. E. Roberts superintendent of the Hen- drick Home. Horses arc being donated by trus- tees alumni and friends of the uni- versity and G. B Snndefer has an- nounced that several have already been given. Rube...

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