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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 19 October 1940

Plan A044A $o Momecomina Plan No4ju Qo ettotnecomina Vol. XXV Z714 HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXAS OCTOBER 10 1940 No. G Golden Jubilee Program To Be Aired On KRBC Entire Day Will Be Turned Over To H-SU For Varied Entertainment PP News reaches us from Harry Hayes' office thnt the program for the annual home-coming celebra- tion is practically complete. And if Harry's enthusiasm can be used as an accurate guago it promise to be the biggest thing ever to hit the campus. It should do those alumni and ex-students good to sec the progress that is being made at the old Alma winter these days and to get an idea what they may expect during the next few years. From here we can see no reason why II-SU shouldn't be- come one of the fastest growing institutions of its kind in the coun- try. After all co-operation is the thing that counts in putting any- thing over and that is what stu- dents arc witnessing around here now." Ur. "White has certainly lost no time in beginning his work as ...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 19 October 1940

'II ' "j Lo .VV ; " WiMil ' ft- Wi- ri'T t &&' THE H-SU BRAND -tliHwVS- .. - i I k W'.- is. Vfr it &d W ." v"' 'HiiMLi itorials xch&iges Campus Camera v 1 ' By FRANK CLEVELAND ;5v I think that I shall never see A girl refuse a meal that's free A girl whose hungry eyes are fixed Upon a cako that's being mixed A gal who doesn't always wear A screwy hat upon her hair Tfct Quaky McCarthy ' .Mr . j1j ' '. WlwtfcT the Ddmasrato are.; M favor of a third fJk.-Mt- m; tie hokgtrymtty question. They m w draft Franklin Delano Roosevelt for a ' . m'4 . t 1 . 1 - umt convention at unicago aim now .But b r Is are loved bv buvs 1 ko me. tii&'imelMore it is apparant that they Causo gosh who wants to kiss a tree 1 mm. liar in tho comincr election. Th ann ir. 9-Iraer words were ever spoken than "There -r . liMMbh thing as a Willkie Democrat." Although An enemy I know to all 'J?" longtimo Democrats may see fit to support i9 wicked wicked alcohol V i Republican nominee this year they...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 19 October 1940

'''W& iW '-i'"1 "i r Wj i j - "rfi.lgrpl WjrWIV-- 5f'f & li' THE H-8U BRAND ' iW - mm i ah r ? ft ST' .ft;. I' I- iii V ttj. y V vfc . If!' 1 CCls km Ranchers Corral Miners For Eighth Straight Victory Bonneaux Picks Intramural Stars Before Play Begins Mines First Downs 10 Yards Rushing 103 Yards Lost Rushing 29 Yards Passing 147 Completions 11 of 28 Passes Intercepted 1 Russell Campbell Sparkle With Brilliant Running and Kicking By BOB MURDOCH Subduing a furious Collccrc of Klines grid team called for all the" Bteam Coach Kimbrough's undofcatcd Cowboys could muster to . conic out 14 to u winner on Odessa's soggy 1'ly field last anturuny afternoon. In putting the stubborn Miners away the Cowhands racked up their eighth consecutive victory. Sparked by little L. u. Kussen im- pound field general the Ranchers mixed accurate aerials with n potent ground attack to roll over their op- ponents who were out to avenge a 12 to 0 slapping given them by the Cowboys in El Paso last fall. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 19 October 1940

f Iff" iiHwil mitii md. Hi. pi page 4 THE H-8U BRAND Wrfrwe tfsnj Ifi & l! kv. tjr H-SU Tea Honors Abilene Teachers Faculty women of Hardin-Simmons entertained tho women faculty mem- bers of Abilene high school McMur- ry College and Ablleno Christian Col- lege at a tea in tho reception rooms of the science building from 4 to 0 o'clock Monday. Purpose of tho nf- fair was to allow tho women teachers of Abilene to becmo better acquainted. Mixed flowers featured the purple and gold H-SU colors and the tea table was laid with a Florintino im- ported lace cloth. The centcrpicco was an arrangement of queens wreath ncccntcd with bluo on a reflector. Pink tapers in crystal holders were further table decor. Mrs. Hyman Har- rison poured tea from an antique sil- ver service. Thclma Andrews Mrs. Helen D. Dakcr club president and Mrs. Sam Kennedy greeted guests. Mrs. It. N. Richardson invited guests into the reception room where they were re- ceived by Mrs. Emmett M. Landers Mrs. Truman L. Cr...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 26 October 1940

?rTV. t ' -f r j -ft ' " tt-y i ry v Plan Atoiu tyo aJfomecominp otfomecoHUHf Vol. XXV Z714 HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ADILENE TEXAS OCTOBER 26 1940 No. 6 Y " 4 E Ji rtif BRk "" "BB i" """ "" 1 "B Tb vliAl H 1 K" 'Hppkt' Schedule Thanksgiving Holidays Set jfcoff This is n story written in de- fense of nil newspapers in general and the Brand in particular in re- gard to typographical errors. In ease you don't know typographi- cal errors are those little mistakes sometimes made hy the editor a nicmhcr of his staff or the print- er which arc always noticed by the readers and commented on by them long and loud. We are fully nwnrc that the Brand has its share of these er- rors and maybe it has had too many this year. After nil one typographicnl error is considered too many by the editor. But pub- lic reaction to such things is some- thing interesting to note. It lends a helping hand to the theory that people only look for the worst in anything. Even if readers showed no signs of noticing ...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 26 October 1940

" rvsrV-V'-' W7- .- S (V I ? 2 THE H-SU BRAND b m 1 4-i - I -5 'Editorials 'Exchanges Campus Camera College Student Entertainment By FRANK CLEVELAND Be What You Is Unn' Ko wVinf vmi aln'f. Most peoplo have an idea that collogo students jC8' be what you is; and young people of college ago arc a reckless 'Cause if ym Is not what you am group and that they are not satisfied unless they Den you am not what you is; havo night club entertainment similar to the variety if you is Jes' a little tadpole shown in motion pictures with plenty of drinking Don't try to bo a frog; and general rowdiness. If you s jes' de tail A' unique' night club in New York City called Don' try to wag the dog. the Night Club Cafeteria owned and operated by You enn always pass the plate Richard Decker goes far toward disproving this If you can't exhort and preach; theory. If you is jes' a pebble Decker's establishment is primarily for the bene- Dont try to be a bcnch' fit of the middle class of New York which seldo...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 26 October 1940

THE H.SU BRAND Page 3 West Texas Buffaloes To Be Out For Revenge Saturday Baggett Scouts Ranchers Often Canyonites Show Power Even When They Lose By HOI) MURDOCH Ucvengc is sweet and the West Texas State Buffaloes hayc a sweet tooth. Still stinging them like the lush of n bullwhip are thoughts of the lost minute 13 to 18 whipping hand- ed the fiery Buffaloes by Coach Frank Klmbrough's Cowhands here last fall on a wet gridiron. " Coach Jack Curtice's proteges make no bones about planning to put n rude end to the Cowboys' eight- game winning streak when they tackle the locals on the Panhandle gridiron next Saturday. Al Baggett assistant Buffalo coach has spent several afternoons in the press boxes this fall taking scouting notes on the Cowboys. Fol- lowing the Odessa scrap Baggett went back to the Buff lair with sketches and verbal praise of the Cowboys. The Buffaloes have a powerful and dangerous team. Although they have dropped two gumes this season sta- tistics show the Bisons have...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 26 October 1940

C5s ti-i. '4ni!iiAriii lamsw tU. -a Jsay.Tt.j.i'auiMrimtiTam. "v .ia-jk. '" wr-i -. '-( VW "JT" Par 4 THE H-8U BRAND i Stage Door Shows Many Theatrical Effects Skilled Workers Take Command By JOHN BURNETT "Gather aroun and you shall hear the hit of the season the talk of the year for it's extra special around time parts when Miss Boyd's play- ers' delve into the realm of Charlie Chaplin Bob Hope Charlie McCarthy where laughter floats around the aud- itorium like money goes through Beard Bonneaux Wldener and Cum- ble's Model T. As the time for the Players club major production "Stage Door" draws near Miss Boyd and her deputized and undeputized aides swing into full speed in order to ring up the curtain November 18 and 10 on another rip roaring rollicking belt vibrating comedy. Authorities state that it is the first three-act comedy to be stag- ed at the Alma Mater since in the fall or spring of 103? or was it 1037 To pack Abilene in the auditorium like the bookstore on Monday morn- d...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 2 November 1940

' T- WJWfWtM n Y C Plan Vow o s yHtwt a4 cMomecamuUf Vol. XXV Z714 HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXAS NOVEMBER 2 19 JO No.-7 7y Sophomores Win Yearbook Contest In Close Finish --?: rBUdS &zg THE GALLUP POLL Without question the Gallup poll is the most accurate method we have today for guaging Ameri- can public opinion. It is conduct- ed in such a manner and on such a large scale that no other sys- tem can touch it in reliability. Modern communication facilities have caused the American people to expect up-to-the-ininute reports on everything of national impor- tance and the Gnllup poll fits in remarkably in that it gives an idea on how elections are going before they are held. The contrast is miraculous between the present and earlier stages of American political history. In the days when American politics was in its infancy and communication sys- tems were only beginning their development people often went several days before leaning the outcome of national and state elec-...

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

j?JK"B-'i Pat 2 THE H-SU mtAND k& -T i.v B' W X i V J L Editorials Turkey Day Controversy f It seems that setting the date for Thanksgiving holidays has become an annual problem hero at H-SU. Last year thero was controversy over whe- ther the new dato proclaimed by President Koose- w vclt or the regular date should be celebrated. This 1 "itime there are conflicts on both week-ends. Tho annual homecoming day with the last home football game with tho University af San Francisco Dons is slated for November 23 and naturally neither tho students nor tho administration want tho holidays on that week-end. Everything on the campus is clear on the next week-end but the annual grid gamo with the How- ard Payno Yellow Jackets will be played in Brown- wood then and since Brownwoocl is only a short distance frfim Abilene a large number of students will want to attend. However many students live so far from Brownwood that if they go home for the holidays they won't be able to sec the Yellow J...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 2 November 1940

1 THE II-SU BRAND PK Cowboys Meet West Texas Buffaloes In Canyon Today Tennis Courts Are Now Well Equipped For ninny years Hurdin-Sinimons has needed a full set of tennis couits. Now through the fnr slRhtodncss of its lenders H-SU hns five couits sur- passed by none. The stmt enme in 1928. The senior clnss of thnt year save to the school three fine courts. These snmo three courts me still in use but for some time theie has boon felt a kiowIiik need for additional accommodations. In lino with the school's brond im- provement piogrnm it wns decided thnt now wns the time for expnnBlon. Consequently it wns not long befoiu the snnd nnd kuivoI hnd been continct- cd for the cement bought and the work was lendy to ptococd. The school tlnouj'h G. B. Snndefer wishes to expiess its thanks to two benefnetots. It was thiough their kind thoughtfulness thnt the work wns able to be completed. No longer will players have to spend half their time chasing bnlls. Thnt woik is done for them by a laige b...

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

Page 4 THE H-SU BRAND m . L 1 fi K November 18 Is Date Set For Opening o . ' iBy JOHN BURNETT November 18 is set ns opening night for the season's brightest comedy "Stage Door" which will bo presented by the H-SU Players. Tho play will be repeated the following night No- vember 19. Karl Bonneaux Hardln-Slmmons acting notable will portray the role of David Kingsley. Bonneaux who was judged best nctor in tho Texas Intercollegiate Play Festival held at McMurry last year has been seen previously as tho son In "Three Cor- nered Moon" Freddy Granton in "Queen's Husband" Pancho Villa in "This Is Villa" and as the stage manager-narrator in the Pulitzer play "Our Town." Ruth Ann Hall last year's Alpha Psi Omega acting award winner Is cast for Judith Canficld. Miss Hall played tho role of Jenny in "Tho Three Cornered Moon" and as Delia in "Tho Old Maid." Homer Montgomery sophomore from Abilene who turned in brilliant performances as Lopez in "This Is Villa" "The Dictator Visits His Mother" an...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 9 November 1940

Several Students Express Opinions On Proposed Holiday Change Denr Editor: When you poll the enmpus on the question of postponing the Thnnksglv- ing holidays until Christmas please put my name on the "fer it" list. There nrc plenty of reasons for my being in favor of it. Mainest among them is thnt game with that bunch of "Wnsp-hoppors" down at Brown- wood. Wouldn't it be n fine thing if just n few of us showed up down theie for that game and the rest of the school went home. That would be n fine howdy-you-do. We would never live It down. Next on my list is the distance so many of us would hnve to go to get homo In that little Plan JVaiu Qo Vol. XXV Z714 COWBOYS BLAST LOYOLA 40-6 IN JOURNALISTS By HELEN CARPENTER "Howdy!" That was the friendly informal way in which Kenny Baker greeted the H-SU Journalism 213 class when they interviewed him nt the Hilton Hotel Mondny morning. With his boyish smile nnd keen sense of humor he nt once won the liking nnd admiration of everyone. The 28-yenr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 9 November 1940

V j'-' fi"it'r J ! 'Cu ;$jtMBh THE H-SU BRAND ' "'?; V.TW Itt.- '4 . if;. iv '. I V' lb. ivrx I ft- I. I; tS . i r V Editorials '-.Gstistol Exchanges Campus Camera atasWsa Iatawior vrw "? - .. Mt'a only a short tine until the annual" home- aT. u taat day thousands of H-SU By FRANK CLKVEI AND Some romances are like nail polish they are always wearing off. The Optimist !? . '' t . Altasai sd ex-stdeta will returii td the campns .Prof' Kfw " ... forefftivitiW and corking good football WE1JK uWwum ihc PawKa. . .? tt!...u.. Marjorle: "The telephone i-: w ;: ga between the Cowboys and the University of They will be pleasantly surprised when they seo the nRNw iaaprarements that have taken place ft the eiaqpiM siaee they were here last yonr. Ap- praxkaMsly thirty thousand dollars havo been sftsftt oa the buildings and campus this fall. Dor- Htorias and class buildings have been remodeled a weft m other parts of the campus. ! There'll be. one building though that will still .. 1tf m if VOB l...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 9 November 1940

If n THE H-SU BRAND Brand -Bronco Team Takes Lead In Intramural Footb 4. r .$? . n 5 & k i v.i ' & i ' f it-.. Hi hJ ij1k.i ST ft r r X 'f w. Printers Keep Record Unscratched In Chalking Up Second Straight Win Chapman Intercepts Aerials To Spark The Winners Scoring Attack Chuck Chapman stolo tho whole show Tuesday afternoon when he in- tercepted two of Kferl jBotnneatug'H passes and ran both back for touch- downs to give his Brand-Bronco team- mates a 12 to 0 win over the fight- ing Haven of Rest touch-football squad. Early in tho second quarter Chap- man began the scoring when ho charged In fast and stolo tho floating oval intended for Slick McCaleb and dashed 20 yards down tho right side- line to cross the double stripe. Chal- ker who played a slashing game at guard for tho B-B boys threw a sounding block into Bonneaux to al- low Chapman to breezo over untouch- ed. Cumble nttemptcd to pass to Millsap for the extra point but the toss wa slow. Becoming desperate in the fourt...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 9 November 1940

Pag 4 THE H-SU BRAND Campus Improvement Program Brings Modern Improvement By JULIAN ATWOOD JR. Students who returned to H-SU this fall found the campus and build- ings of the institution completely re- modeled and renovated. During the past summer the board of trustees instigated a $30000 remodeling: pro- gram which has added a new appear- ance to the Forty Acres. Modem equipment was installed in the buildings; heating facilities were improved; better lighting appliances added; sidewalks were repaired and improved; all these were included in the program to make H-SU as com- pletely modern as possible. The campus improvements provided for in the program included: The Cowboy Corral was sheathed with a veneer of red insulite brick and a new metal roof. A new oak floor and refinlshing of the wood work in the interior. The chapel building has a new front and entrance with new brick corner columns. The stage was re- finished and the floor of the auditor- ium was reenforced and repaired. I...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 16 November 1940

E JlJfWW i Plan Alow Qo JfomtcomUtf JfomecomtMf Vol. XXV Z714 HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXA8 NOVEMBER 16 1940 No. 9 9m i "" """ "Bim " """B ""'SCBrB lfl nPI H afl Btjm Players To Present "Stage Door" Monday and Tuesday Catholic Game To Be Grid Graphed H-SU nnd Abilene football fans may follow the Cowboy-Catholic game this afternoon in the university auditorium by grid-graph. With the Cowboys riding undefeated and untied interest has been such that n sizeable crowd came out for the Loyola game. The adminis- tration completed plans early this week for getting the play by play reports on today's capitol city clash. Kick-off is set for 2 p.m. Eastern Time making it one here. Admission is twenty cents. Hayes Wins First Prize At Science Academy Week LET'S VOTE ON IT It's time we put the question of the holiday change to n vote. If the students vote then it can be turned over to the administra- tion to do as they see fit. We're to have our election of University Queen next .Wednes...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 16 November 1940

lJw- V WVtWwWMBf. p1' .$ '' rcs TnE H-SU BRAND ffifffy I' ' IK. If It. I t W si- & - r. H.f t ?; vVJ-i Editorials . Attend Players Production Exchanges Campus Camera Monday and Tuesday nights tho Players club will 'present its major fall production "Stage Door." This will be tho highlight of this semester for tho hard working group and as usual they can be counted upon to bo at their best. . They gained wide recognition last year with "Our Town" and received tho plaudits of the stu- dent body. It's not enough to say that "Our Town" was a good play. Tho play was already known to bo good. But tho superb way in which the H-SU Players presented it mode it even better. There were even somo reports that their version superseded that of tho Dallas Little Theater. "Stage Door" is different from any other play tho H-SU group has ever presented. It's a rousing good comedy and according to Miss Boyd the producer every part is a good one. Students will have the opportunity to see mem- bers ...

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

I THE H-SU BRAND Pf J Weather Severe Cold Wave Could Slow Down Kimbrough Attack Cardinals Impressive In Saturday Battle With Powerful Tulsa U. Ily HOB MURDOCH Mr. Weatherman bo good I That is the fervent prayer of the colorful Cowboy gridiron aggregation and all Hnrdln-Slmmona backers from coast to coast as the undefeated untied Ranchers get ready to try for their eleventh straight victory against the Catholic Cardinals in Washing- ton D. C this afternoon. Snow storms and blizzards in the middle-west and east late this week dampened hopes for weather fnvor- ablo to the Cowboys' famed passing attack and threw the odds in favor of the Washington eleven which is accustomed to the cold weather. Severe cold would not only stymie tho aerial warfare but would hamper tho Ranchers' tunning attack in that fumbles would be mote frequent. And history shows that many times one fumble has turned the whole tide of n game. Most feared man on the Catholic squad is "Pistol Pete" Sachon daz- zling tri...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 16 November 1940

? f -"' 'Ml Pat 4 THE H-8U BRAND WifH" faffw r A Cappella Choir Leaves For Tour of Twenty-three Towns Return to Campus Tuesday Night Hardin-Simmons University's A Cappella Choir began a week's tour Tuesday on which they are filling engagements in 23 West Texas towns. Mrs. .Lola Gibson Deaton announced that the ywould givo programs in Anson Roby Hamlin Sagerton O'Brien Rochester Knox City Ben- jamin Thalia Crowell Childress Quanah Chllllcothe South Lockett .Burkburnett and Iowa Park and also Lamar and First Baptist Churches in Wichita Falls. On the return trip Monday they will stop in Munday Haskell Rule Aspermont Old Glory and Stamford. Programs being presented include secular numbers of light opera and popular ballads and choruses. Groups are from Beethoven Bach Tschai- kowsky Christianson Mendelssohn Malotte Burleigh Noble Cain and Rubensteiti. Patriotic numbers in- clude the Kipling-De Kovcn Reces- sional and I Am an American. Soloist sare Malcolm Malcy Fran- ces Cooper Elizabeth...

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