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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 16 October 1937

PI Frar THE BRAND f - V New Cowgirls Plan Party At Theatre Group Honors Old Members With Entertainment This Evening Complimentary to the old Cowgirls the new members of the organization will be hostesses at a theater party tonight at the Paramount. Immediately preceding the show the group will be served ice cream at the Princess. Last week the old mem- bers entertained the new ones with an Italian spaghetti dinner at the Wil- son cafe. Included in the guest list are Miss Margaret Robbins sponsor; Dorothy Sue Collins Helen Jo Hanna Jonsula Beck Bobble Dee Hull Helen Day Jo Nell Robbins Mavourcen Reeves Frances Wright Wilma Richardson Jeanette Patterson Elizabeth Bag- well Wanda Norton Sue Savage Jeanell Green Helen Dunagan Flor- ence Ncal Kathleen Havcrland Gayle Preston Frances Largcnt and Anna Margaret McGraw old members. Zona Horn Flo Winston Hazel Day Beth Duff Mary Sue Johnson Koma Beryl Mahler Johnye Watson Francine Merritt Ona Fay Tittle Faye Robinson Babe Alexander Ann Under ...

Publication Title: Brand, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 23 October 1937

RIDE BRAND SPECIAL TO WICHITA FALLS TILT Bran a mm NEWS TIPS Freshmen Vocations Page 1 Sample Hornets Page 3 Female Judgment Page 2 11. S. U. Special Page 1 " -T n h n a j Wichita Wants You November 6 Vol. XXII. HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVEKSITY ABILENE TEXAS OCTOBER 23 1937 No. 6 h- it I 8 Tot Well children believo It or not here is tho sixth edition of the year's publicity problem. Yes my dears it actually is a problem what to print and what not to expose lest we cause some unpleasantly disturbing mo- ments for someone. And certainly we scandnlists would not intention- ally cause anyone the slightest bit of unrcstl No never. Since the authors of FEMALE JUDGMENT hare laid themselves open for discussion so freely may the B. I. offer the following unsolicited contribution: "It seems peculiar to us that the writers of Female Judgment are the two girls on the campus with the least Judgment and the worst repu- tations. "(Signed) An Interested Student." And now may we mention tho edu- cational a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 23 October 1937

If&ifcttiMuMW IMfWrnTciPfa 7 --v TOE BRAND v ;w TV Nil? t 1.. O . - ft- t t I & V. I '-I r? I ' . If tev 3 h . to? 1 ? . lyM t. J- H f : & ftf k w lirt- s i ; $1 yV p; SlTi-.' ? - a' jPJiV t - ;a AW '. ''(A-1 &&'- '' .'nit ti ';nx rn 8ty lratt2 A weakly m11h Mwspapar ptbllahed every Saturday das lag sAeel year by the Hardln-Slaunona Press Ch fa the fatereet of the Student Body cf Hardln- UBhrenity. Eatered m Second Clasa mail natter June 22 1917 at tae Peatefflee at Abilene Texas under act of Merck 3 1912. gibeeriatlem Price per year $1.00 IlllllllltllllllllllllllllllllllllllllMllllllllllltlllllllllllllllttlltllllL CURRENT CAMPUS 1 1 COMMENT Ttiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiittiiiniititiiitiiiiiiiiiittiiiiiiii?. Editorial Office: First Floor Abilene Hall 1302 Univer- sity Drive. Downtown Office: 241 Hickory Street. Telephones 7211 or 5751 RIMIStNTCO rOM NATIONAL ADVnTKINS NT NATIONAL ADVKRTiaiNa SERVICE. INC. Colli! publish Rkmiuuitativ. 48 MABISGN AVE. NEW...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 23 October 1937

' VfffS ffffff Jr3l?EF?? - - X- THE BRAND ; ) X' -i i- Jt T4 Educate The Teachers Cowboys On To Wichita For Hornet Meat i.1 Tmwiiw. - i rjy -f.y M pi i- Vi5j2 i 1 i COWBOYS TO PLAY EAST TEXAS TEACHERS AT Pet lhnts ft By Harper Van Ness With a team like the Cowbo)s have this year now 'U the time for dlar-din-Simmons to really get In the foot- ball picture in the Southwest. . . . What this is about is what all the really football minded students alum- ni and backers of the team arc think- ing. . . . Getting in the 'Southwest conference. . . . Play such schools as the Texas Aggies S. M. U.'s Mus- tangs T. C. U.'s Razorbacks Arkan sas Texas ltaylor. . . This is where II. -S. U. should have been last year and this year. . . . Playing teams more nearly her own strength. . . v The Cowboys could have given any of these teams a very close race this year. . . . Remember how the team just barely lost their two season open- ers last year? Let's hope that there's something done about this THIS y...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 23 October 1937

h' Pag Fear THE BRAND l V t i University Has 'Weekend Party' Miss Head Acts As Hostess To Large Delegation For Program Mary Frances hall opened her doors Monday night at 7:30 o'clock for an nil-university "week-end" party with Miss Mary Head acting ns official hostess to more than 250 students. The affair representing tho activi- ties of a week-end opened with a re- ception at Mary Prances with Dr. J. D. Sandefer Dr. and Mrs. R. N. Rich ardson Dr. and Mrs. N. A. Moore Dr. and Mrs. E. B. Atwood and Miss Mary E. Head forming tho receiving line. Prom hero tho guests were taken to n "picture show" at tho Fino Arts building. Pictures of Hardln-Slm- mons early days and lcadera of that timo were shown. Tho party progressed to tho gym naslum where Miss Robblns and Miss Adams directed a game of mind read- ing. Tho feature of the party was n football game at the Corral between tho Hard Pains and Texas Wrecks with Clark Jarnagln officiating. An opera was presented hi Uio chapel building with A...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 29 October 1937

t4.i4B4iA-i TRAIN RESERVATIONS GO ON SALE MONDAY Lauded United States Navy Band To Play Two Concerts In Hardin - Simmons Auditorium Iv'i U'J 3 . I.V Uf Musicians To Open Seasonal Parade Of Artto Billings Give Program November 5; Activity Tickets Pay Admission Coming to Abilene as the first presentation of the 1937 Hardln-Slm-mons university artist course the great United States Navy band will appear for two concerts in the uni- versity auditorium next Friday Nov. 5 afternoon and evening. A special student matinee concert will bo played at 3:30 and the regu- lar evening program will start at 8 o'clock. Hardln-Simmons students will be admitted to either concert on their activity tickets. These how ever must be exchanged at the business office for concert tickets Friday. Activity tickets will posi- tively not be honored at the box office or door artist course offi- cials emphasized. Featured on each program in ad- dition to the grand assemblage of 85 picked musicians under the directio...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 29 October 1937

iT-n rip.;JV " a ; f.j: -J v ttSi THE BRAND W !-.. . "YM i-.Sr-1 sS &. BP. ii cM rfi : l'Ji.J ' T ' i! . wv '.: -1 fe' W- '. v 4 .Aft ErCf f ru- i. t- '$ $ V. fc-3V '1JjI " . . Si ' '..y A f T VK W ' - iM i 't ".v.- -4C Ss ' ftf! . or "- V.fi E!cX? '.".A 9Hf Irani A1) j :;tKii newspaper mbMahed every Saturday Mm MhMl mv by the -HanUn-Simmoas Press Is Mm Wmtt of the Studmt Body of Hardln- UlvrKr. biimHiimmmmiiiiiimmimimiiiimiiiiimiiimiimmmiiiL I CURRENT CAMPUS I COMMENT I Tlltlllllllllllllllllllttllllllllllllllllllllllttlllllltllllllllllllllllllllr. CltM mail natter June 22 1917 at Mm Paatatflee at AbUeae Texas under act ef March 8 1912. BVWQKifuoK iTicVf v ywr -$1.M MMertal Office: First Floor Abilene Hall 1802 Univer- sity Drive. Downtown Office: 241 Hickory Street. Telephones 7211 or 6751 i pen HATiomu. AavaantiHs by NATIONAL ADVKRTISIN SERVICE. INC. COLLS! PUHIIHHI RlpllUUtTATIVK a awwH ave. new york n. Y. BOSTON SAN AMCI0 PORTLAND MATTLI BUKTOX SHXLTOH Editor-in-Chief ROWLAN...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 29 October 1937

tjrft?'r rtffcuWtfn JJ- MIJ.tHr -rjT- pJS?" -VMMClf. .rpaAWijfiwrfffi fp v iff O irt ."? THE BRAND -' j: ALUMNI AND EX-STLDENT PAGE T i - .i t HOMECOMERS TO VIEW RANCHERS' ANNUAL BATTLE WITH HOWARD PAYNE JACKETS "X'Tt"!?riri'1r I Ex-Editors Pick Variety Of Fields Majority Of Brand Writers Select Newspapers Careers Ex-cdltors of the Brand have en- tered into a variety of occupations in tho last 22 years with a majority of them remaining in the newspaper field. At least a dozen of the students who onco edited the college weekly are still in journalistic fields First Editor First editor serving in 191G was Mildred Paxton now Mrs. Dan Moody of Austin. Raymond Foy and Mary Cooper served the next year. Foy is now an advertising executive on the Dallas News and Miss Cooper mar- ried Dan Gallagher of Abilene after teaching journalism in Abilene high school for several years. John C. McWhorter editor in 1918 died recently at Edinburg. Doris Daniel editor in 1910 is a 'teacher in the Abilene ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 29 October 1937

''" I THE BRAND It.?.- H a- E&l 'f ''IT" H t4 '-t fr; if K-. -( KV c v r; jv sc v"' -M" fc: '$ B . Iv ' " "Vf E'jM?. &7f ' P. 1 . t tf- A-1S i . jrftfftfvs;'' IP BE? ISP" .Mi v Kf m .;-; fci Q MHO TO MIXICO J-Sttfftah Continues Tales With Mexican Travels By Billy "Senoras y scnors La Banda de Cowboys de la Hardin y Simmons Univenidad do Abilene Texas" were the words that resounded through the luxurious Alameda theatre in Mexico City three days after the exhausted pack of musicians stumbled out of the bua'to consume everything edible in Bight. It was & rare privilege that the bandmen enjoyed in their week's en- gagement in the "Teatro Alamcdo" for it is the finest In all Mexico and ono of the finest in America rating very near the Roxy of New York City. Governor Present Governor James V. Allred of Texas was present on the opening night and greeted the band after the show. It was my luck to be in the lobby before the main body came out and the gov- ernor clad in a tuxedo b...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 29 October 1937

.iV. vr"" jj i" "";'') .j1 w (iw(w jt1. ". ff i n. " J-' - ; - 7 '7; 'wBf5: THE BRAND 'j""rlT COWBOYS DESCEND ON WICHITA FALLS FOR GRID FRAY ' ( u M fwrg ;1 " t"':vk't' Pot Shots of Sports By Harper Van Ness Tho H.-S. U. Cowboys are dubbed the "little giants" of Texas football by Charles Burton of the Dallas News in Sunday's advance notice on the Friday night East Texas game at Comcrce. . . . "Hardln-Simmons plays the strongest .cams it can talk into signing gamo contracts and can lay claim to the 'finest football unit in West Texas until someone proves dif- ferently" writes this scribe in praise of Frank Kimbrough's proteges. . i "Bulldog" Turner's pet Mexican hairless pup purchased at El Paso on the Loyola trip is master of the household at the Turner home in Sweetwater. . . . Odis Crowell is rear- ing his in Smith hall. . . . The Leslie Clary-Flo Caldwell wedding announce- ment is tho fourth for tho H-S U varsity.-. . . Frank Selfrldge and "Chink" Newberry senior guards Clary and...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 29 October 1937

j5pi F r THfi BRAND li ' f. ! . R. CONSTITUTION EDITOR'S NOTE: In order that students of Hardln-Slmmons may acquaint themselves with the regulations governing the student assembly the Brand is publishing the Constitution. Article I was given last week and the balance of the document will bo given in this and the succeeding issue. CONSTITUTION OP THE STUDENT ASSEMBLY HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ARTICLE VII Section 1. The Constitution of the Student Assembly shall be amended in the following mnnncr: a petition containing the slgna tures of twenty-five per cent (25) of the student body and n state- ment of the desired amendment Bhnll be presented to the President of the Student Assembly. Section 2. The proposed amendment shall bo referred to a com- mittee on Constitutional amendments to be composed of the President of the Student Assembly tho Sccretnry nnd the Dean of Students. Section 3. The committee on Constitutional Amendments shall publish the proposed amendment once in tho Hardin-S...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 6 November 1937

'!? W'' '""f S 4 -V "fA '"'T Tr' ffJ!(T" LARGE RANCHER DELEGATION MOVES ON WICHITA TODAY i vv mhp Cowbov Gridders To Meet Emporia In Covote Stadium Brand Special Train Takes H.-S. U. Students Fans To Skirmish rano Spray Those Hornets Rope Fresno Bulldogs . " K- IK In. V It ;V Vol. XXII Z71 3 iPigpi Well children unaccustomed ns I nm to public nppearancea on the grid- iron ever since my participation in the Brand-Bronco melee Tuesday aft- ernoon I have' been about as stiff as grandpa's old long handles hanging out in zero weather on wash day. Nevertheless I managed to "loosen- up" enough to get your eighth paper ready for publication. Although the 13. I. has included a few lines this year concerning mem- bers of the B. S. U. delegation it never has reached the point YET that your editor has resorted to the Minis- terial Council in 'a vain attempt to protect his character. (Refer to Town Hall News). We've heard that some people burn the midnight oil while others consume it. After P. J...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 6 November 1937

fFWf' ''"'"' - '.' ! W'Wwzrw - pt Fk t Bff" - ' '. ! .'" ft; Vv" ' V ' 1 M X V & ' w &.. . F ffi Iss ' v EM Bf - Ssi' mtv ' w. fcVI'' $ fl Ife ? W' " . m -u .. h ft w f fr-TCWfV !??&.. . " ' ferrate.;. aVTsT1-' 'fr R t .. v t r ST M r HJ. THE BRAND ' 8!jt Iran ' A mmlf eslliic ampipw published every Saturday tartag fee seheol year by the Hardin-Simmons Press Ch la the totaraat of the Student Body of Hardin- Urirerttty. Eaton m Saeend Claas mail natter June 22 1017 at Um Poateff tea at Abilene Texas under act of March 8 1912. MrtaerlfAtea Price per year $1.W Editorial Office: First Floor Abilene Hall 1302 Univer- sity Drive. Downtown Office: 241 Hickory Street. Telephones 7211 or 6761 mmcscNTiD pon national ADvnmsma by NATIONAL ADVERTISING SERVICE INC. Collim puilismms Ripnkuntativi 410 MADISON AVE. NjKW YORK N. Y. CHICAGO BOSTON SAN PMAMCISCO Loa ANaKLia . POKTLAND atATTLa BURTON SHELTON Editor-in-Chief ROWLAND DOW Business Manager mnmmMummmMgmmmmmaaMmammamtmmmnxEMaamnmx...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 6 November 1937

f "Ji f ' " J m V THE BRAND Ht f All-American Candidate "Catfish" Cherry Cowboy fullback Is leading In Individual scor- ing honors for the team this year and is one of the outstanding touchdown wizards in the Southwest. He has accumulated over 48 points already this season. With an average gain of 8.4 yards for every time he has toted the ball he sets a record of nearly a first down on every ground gaining attempt. H. P. C. Dec. 4 SPORTS o. c. u. Nov. 19 Honorable "Scooter" McKinniy Burns McKlnney in whose honor this day has been ektfl "McKlnney Day" at Wichita Falls will lead the scoring attack agatnsi the undefeated Emporia Kansans this afternoon In an effort to Me the fourteenth consecutive win for the Cowboys. MeKimtey nurfM sccond for individual scoring honors with some 24 pointa to Ms crwHt lnce the seaoon opened. Cowboys Launch Schedule Of Two Stiff Road Games i .'" j y t Jj. -w k flUlntf' i55ii'1 l' j i i f SL .(!': vv. EjJiBffiafe LWjtlm'iff 'Xf'C '. . ?; iff ";'&' f?;?...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 6 November 1937

. .fM 't-iis ninrifli tiflljr.ir..c4-.fcm I m "V. P4 THE BRAND JXi.lUit.A. in Billie Gninhill. H-S Former Student Weds Walter Ely School Beauty Recites Vows October 26; Couple To Live In Abilene Pot Shots of Sport Hy Sarah Cox Tho "Little Kock Church on the Corner" the Heavenly Rest Episco pal was tho setting last week for tho early afternoon marriage of Dlllic Gamblll only daughter of Dr. and Mrs. William Gamblll and Walter Ely only son of Judge and Mrs. W. It. Ely. Sentiment ruled the young couple In selection of tho day for their wed- ding for it was on October 27 that tho bridegroom's parents took their wedding vows in 1009 while October 20 1014 was the date of the mar- ringo of the bride's parents. Gcrhart Presides Only these two couples and the bridegroom's sister Eloiso Ely and three of the bride's close friend Sarah Elizabeth Cox and Dorothy Horton and Mrs. Russell Allen of Wichita Falls were in tho church as Rev. Wil- lis P. Gcrhart read the ring service when tho chimes sou...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 13 November 1937

''WWT'r-r' 'vtt:wrwfF& & rt "fr i " v m? Brand NEWS TIPS Queen Contest Page 1 AIMntratnural Teams .. Page 3 Fresno Results .. Page 1 Let 'Em Have It! Page 2 - - Have Bronco Pictures Made Now! Vol. XXII Z713 IIARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXAS NOVEMBER 13 1937 No. 9 4f 4 K .Nominations Open Today For Annual University Queen Contest Bookstore Offers K Merchandise Prize For Suitable Title Contest To Close On Friday Three Best To Vote On Saturday Wanted: A new name for the Hardln-Simmons bookstore. In return the bookstore will give three dollars In merchandise to the student choosing the most appropriate name. The student council wni sufficient- ly interested In securing n new name that they jointly with the Brand are sponsoring the contest to select the title by which the trade center will henseforth bo known. All names submitted should be turned in to the Brand office or to the bookstore Immediately for judg ing. Suggestions will be received until Friday November 10. A sp...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 13 November 1937

-wvww-jfc - s -" ' -V . .i 5 . ' " I Vv. THE BRAND I-. &. - ' . ! B.T ' V ST r ri. t. 3L I IV- 1 Wi'.S V' .' liV. (&" - B t'VjC rji ' . ? ' tt . ix' Yi.' mf jz: .t N 1 - I WW . .? X My is e. -. ' r. . .i . if (' 9ifr Irtnfc i . tt . vii.v.j a-t-j. "ttarkbg Mm aekeel year by tit Hartte-Stauaoas Press iCMb ft the tatemt of the gtadeat Body of Hardin- University. m Second CWum nail Bsatter he Peateffiea at AMteae Texas of March 8 1912. VttMMVINMI A IM( Pts yWalr MMorial Office: First Floor Abilene Hall 1802 Univer- sity Drive. Downtown Office: 241 Hickory Street Telephones 7211 or 6751 iiwihti roa NATIONAL ABVBBTiaina BY NATIONAL AaWBRTiaiNC SKRVICC INC collmb puauemaa RBraaaaNTATiva 41 MABISON AVE. NEW YORK N. V. CNICASO BOSTON BAN raANCiaco POBTkAND 1UXTOX KHXLTON KOWLAMD DOW i Lev Hudspeth Managing Editor "William Amo Sports Editor Gayle Preston News Editor Florence Hughes Copy Editor Willie Sue Long Exchange Editor Susan Franklin Feature Editor Harper Van Ness Circulation M...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 13 November 1937

' ' 4fT?' ?&?&& Ctf I f ' v THE BRAND i -j? ifl ' ' ZA ' i c . ' ' as Yep 'Tis O. C. U. This Week it. And Jacket Time December 4 t A. . . - f TO Ranchers Back To Home Soil For Two Final Grid Battles Pot Shots off Sports By Harper Van Ness The biggest home game football fans of H.-S. U. will bo In a position to bco la yet to bo playedl What is it? The Goldbug game? Nope. The Homecoming game with Howard Payne? Guess again. (Silence). Give'up? You do. It's the game be- tween the All-Stars and the All-Pu-trids of the touch football conference. . . . This battle of giants wjll be played next week. Don't miss it! Anybody that says tho Cowboys aren't powerhouses this year needs to visit a doc. . . .(They've gained 2280 yards from scrimmage and passes. . . That's just short of a MILE and a third! . . . And that's just for the first six games. . . . The freshman team turned in its first win of the season last week-end. It was the first in four starts for them. Altus Junior colleg...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 13 November 1937

:v Pan 4 THE BRAND r. i. iH I I - ; k 1 r W. r i"1 Inez Morris Weds Day Emery Sunday June Graduates Recite Vows In Noon Ceremony; To Harlingen . In a setting of autumn theme Inez Morris daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George E. Morris became the bride of Day Emery of Temple. The wed ding ceremony took place at high noon last Sunday at the homo of the bride's parents on North Fourth street. Dr. Millard A. Jenkens pastor of the First Baptist church read the mar- riage lines in the presence of rela- tives and a few friends of tho bridal couple. The brido wore a tropical blue chif- fon velvet frock fashioned with close bodlco and a full rippling skirt of street length." Her accessories were a velvet toque and slippers of dubonnct and she carried a shaft of yellow rosebuds. In complying with the tra- dition of "something old" the brido wore gold antique earrings a gift of her grandmother and carried a laco handkerchief used by the bridegroom's mother at her wedding. Both Mr. and Mrs. Emery were...

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