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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 12 February 1938

-.3 a THE II-S U nRAND j w V r f- "f r Pt hts Sports By Harper Van Ness The greater part of thla column this week will be taken from tho Dnllas papers whoro Coach Frank Kimbrough was muchly quoted. . . From Charles Burton's column In tho Dallas Morn- ing News: "There's another Texas coach In tho news these days. Humor has it that tho University of Arizona is inter- ested in Hardin-Simmons' Frank Kim- broush as a replacement for Oregon- bound Tex Oliver. "Tho big cowboy-booted Dutchman knows only what he's read in tho newspapers about tho Border Confer- ence school's athletic situation. Ho read with u faint degree of amaze- ment that ho was under consideration for tho job Oliver is leaving. Ho also read that Oliver's successor is to re- ceive ?4G00 per annum for his ser- vices. He isn't interested in Tucson's coaching job at that figure. That was a good guess before Frank confirmed it. For along the grnpcvlno telegraph several days ago came word that Kim- brough had been offered a su...

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 — 12 February 1938

Pat 4 THE H-S U BRAND V ALUMNI NEWS Monthly Bulletin H-SU Abilene Texas February 12 1938 Dr. Richardson Named Executive Vice-President Board of Trustees Places Administration Of School Under His Hand Recently Dr. Rupert N. Richardson vice- president of Hnrdin-Slmmons univer- sity since 1028 nnd head of the de- partment of history has been newly named executive vice-president of H- SU. The action was taken by the uni- versity board of trustees on iccom- mcndatlon of President J. D. Snnde- fer. Dr. Richardson will have charge of ndmlnistrntivc affairs taking over many of these from Dr. Sandefer president of the institution since 1009 nnd dean of tho senior college and university heads in tho state of Texas. BBBBBBBJ jjfc BBBBBBBBBBBI BBBBBBBBw iflr BBBBBBBBBBBS ' I Da "R.n T&&!fmD3au Dr. Richardson widely known ns a historian and authority on Texas and southwest plains history has been professor of history at Hnrdin-Slmmons since 1017. He is nn nlumnus of tho school graduating...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 19 February 1938

.-.sv. S(r-'J'r' -jtser- j w" ' "y ' "tj "i . t Vol. XXII Z71S HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXAS FEBRUARY 19 1938 Majiru. aqmini -) - .!. "" " " M)Mv i No. 19 17" WS KON Yep I've done it again. This time NELL SHULTS has tried her hand at writing gossip with the capable as- sistance of LEOLA ISENHOWER. They want to know what I think about their abilities YOU tell 'em. But here are the efforts: In tho beginning Mr. Editor why don't you pull yourself together? After nil there nre other girls. And Margaret wo say to you love him or lenvo him; and stop making his life ups and downs with the downs pre- dominating. NEAL DAVIS why don't you wake up and look around you? We think you're passing up a good thing. Well Ouida so you finally talked Eastamxlnto giving you that box of candy. It did take n long time nnd tho poor boy just couldn't say "no" forever. What did you do to getlt be- sides talk? Slime Fisher do you think you can live on love? Try going to meals for awhile instead of ri...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 19 February 1938

vn'y(""1.v i&tsn ij i- - J ! K ' 'i iv mi THE H-S U BRAND MMW; sK' y zn rf .1 3 r. K "rf 'f j- t f V. k J. 13 riv wc : . it ' foV P 'If. mt .;;t ?;- Editorials Never fear but there's provision of the devil's to quench knowledge lest we walk the earth in rapture! ' Robert Browning. X Football Subsidiation t Cowboy Spurs Campus Camera 1 v WJ1S.-K ' V'l .SW . 4 M V. By Haynlc & Hart At last some one took something wo "Football is tho most dangerous sport but it is ore dangerous to drivo a car to tho stadium than it w to play the game" ... so read tho findings of a profesior at Yalo university. Just after tho football season every year there is a howl raised by a few fanatics advocating tho said to heart and tried to do some- abolishment of America 's leading sport. Ever since thing about it; and we arc pleased to Uundclfingcr'8 "Tho lea Lens" of 1913 Oundcl- admit that they did a good Job on their fiagery and other forms of opposition have tried reforming. We refer to the Wcath...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 19 February 1938

At V THE n-S U BRAND 'a - - .''fl H-S U BASKETEERS RETURN TO ROAD FOR CLOSING TILTS SPECIFY- Cowboys To Close Disaster Season With Canyon Lions Ranchers Meet East Texas In Double Engagement At Commerce Next Week By Itlll Amo Entering the Inst two weeks of one of tho most disastrous basketball sea- sons In Cowboy history-Conch Frank Kimbrough and his cohorts toko to the road for a pair of games with ' tho East Texas Lions at Commerce next Thursdny and Friday nights. On tho following Monday and Tuesday evenings a return double-bill engage ment is to bo played by the Cow- boys ngainst West Texas at Canyon. After recording three consocutlvo yictorlcs during early Benson play the locals cracked wide open and suffer- ed eight straight setbacks. If Coach Kimbrough's hoopsters can ring down the curtain on the current campaign with a quartet of wins tho final re- capitulation will not bo far from tho .500 mark. Uncanny Accuracy East Texas annexed two tilts from 4j Hardin-Slmmons by the uncan...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 19 February 1938

iri.-T Pai4 THE H-S U BRAND vsv t Three New Courses In Physical Education Offered This Term Professor W. D Bond announces the organization of a class in Bait Casting. To young men and women who are interested in fishing with tho artificial lure this is the chance of a life-time. Tho class meets ono or two times a week late m tho afternoon and is open to both men and women. This courso will servo as a unit toward the physical education re- quired by tho university and will in clude several trips for actual exper iencc. The physical education department has also added classes in archery and badminton. Miss Margaret Robbins has a class of 22 girls studying and practicing tho urt of archery. The university has supplied somo of tho equipment and tho class is going to make and purchase tho additional equipment needed. Miss Robbins plans to divide this class and with a few new members organizo another. Otho Polk has organized a class in badminton. This class consists of 15 members; tho equ...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 26 February 1938

I k. iJ(M Iv c o 4 .1 L H L L tm .hBL Lk K. Ir VI if ( M Vol. XXII Z715 HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXAS FEIHtUAUY 26 1938 No. 20 Routh Richardson Win Top Laurels In Brand Beauty And Beast Contest Yep here's that man again and this time it's me and not a substitute. The Branding Iron . . . being the early morning meditations of a muV ly harassed college editor. ... I feel about as musical as a three-legged cat dancing on the keys of an untuned piano . . and might wo suggest that when the school nnthem is sung in chapel thnt a certain teacher stand up and show the respect to the song that every student and ex-student loves and respects. Boy oh boy did those sophomores throw a big one last evening. And they crowned the class queen a new innovation to the social diet of the gangs that make up the four dissent- ing student groups on the campus. We've seen in the paper where the entire European sunset is blazing with the red fires of propaganda and the whole mess is looking about ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 26 February 1938

WPSJ Pagl THE H-S U BRAND V i y i I I '5 IV I i7 kf- -' $&' 'Editorials How dull it is to pause to make an end to rust unburn ished not to shine in use! As though to breathe were life. Tennyson. H-SU Bottle Babies? COU?DOl To insure n more sanitary method of distributing kJ OUUS milk in the cafeteria the plan of rationing that Campus Camera By Hoynlc & Hart This column has finally dropped to the low level of the other gossip col- umns It is committing a crime un- cow-juiec in half-pint bottles was substituted for the more primitive milk can. It is truo that little gcrmic-wcrmics feel more at homo around a milk can than in the vicinity of au individual bottle. But four hundred of these bottles havo been ab ducted nud the cafeteria has received no ransom forglveable in the great journalistic notes to date. fraternity. Yes it is accepting con- If some back-tracking is not done pronto in this tributlons from annonymous pencil Strange Case of the Missing Milk Bottles the ad- push...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 26 February 1938

r J$4 THE n-S U BRAND rttJL FULCHER DECLINES EXPENSE PAID TRIP TO CHICAGO Hand Injuries Let H-SU Fighter Out Of Tourney Leaves School To Accept Work In Texas Oil Fields By John Slnglotary Tructt Fulchcr; Texas Golden Glovo henvywelRht clinmplon hns declined q trip to Chicago on account of hand injuries and has left school to accept a position in the West Texas oil fields. Fulcher Is to be replaced in the Golden Glovo tournament by Babe Kltchle whom he defeated for the stntc title In Fort Worth this week. IIIr Surprise Fulcher's defeat of Babo Ritchie 210-pound defending champion of Lubbock Rave the crowd a surprise and to him the State title. Ritchie drew n bye in the seml-flnnls while Fulcher wns slowly but surely defeat- ing Curry Cunningham of Tyler. In Basketeers Toss Season Finlae Against Buffalos Rancher Crew THE H-S U BRAND SPORTS H-SU Abilene Texas February 26 1938 First Round Campus Court Competition Ends Friday REPORTER-NEWS COURTrSY TRUETT FULCHER the finals Fulchc: trade...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 26 February 1938

Fag 4 THE H-S U BRAND Dope Heads Defeat Ring Worms In Tilt Wednesday Feb. 23 A fast tilt between the Dope Heads and the Ring Worms inaugurated the second round of the Intrn-murnl bas ketball loaguo in Marston gymnasium Wednesday afternoon. Only after a closely-contested nip and tuck en- gagement did the Dope Heads emerge with a 33 to 30 victory. On the fol- lowing afternoon tho Goon Brothers walked off with n 30-18 decision oMor tho Turtlo Necks who finished tho first round of play in the runner-up position. Slight Advantage At tho outset of the Ring Worm- Dope Head tussle the former aggre- gation appeared to hold a slight ad- vantage over the eventual winners. However the erratic play of the Ring Worms spelled defeat for them. Real- izing that they had a plentiful sup- ply of reserves while the Dope Heads failed to possess a single substitute the Rings Worms attempted to main- tain a fast pace that would soon ex- haust their opponents. This never materialized because of the wild pa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 5 March 1938

Vol. XXII Z715 HAKDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXAS MARCH 5 1938 No. 21 Campus Beauty and Beast Commence 'Children of Moon' Rehearsals Swing Into Final Round Practice On Production Extends Over Five Weeks; To Be Given March 10 lly Lconcc Stephenson Final rehearsals are in full swing for this semester's first mnjor pro- duction "Children of the Moon" which will be presented in tho H-SU auditorium Thursday evening March 10. The cast which has boon rehearsing for over five weeks is living up to all expectations additional scenery has been constructed for the play new lighting equipment has been ordered classes in play production have been working for several weeks on the set on the costumes on make-up and on special effects and everything is in readiness for the final performance. By Players Club The play will be presented by the II-SU Players club under the direction of Katharine Boyd sponsor of the club and head of the speech depart- ment. The cast for the play includes a variety ...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 5 March 1938

V"t PtM a THE ILS U HIIAND : h. ' M 'Editorials Are You Dreaming? "Give unto me made lowly wise The Spirit of self-sacrifice; The confidence of reason give;' And in the light of truth Thy Bondman let mc live!" Wordsworth. Tlio greatest of men arc dreamers. Not the pos- sessors of idle illusions or mysterious interruptions of slumber but possessors of vision that often seems so unreal that their fellowmon term it "merely a dream." America was discovered the Panama Canal built nviation perfected as well as many other notable achievements because of some one's vision that seemed so unreal that it too was termed "merely n dream." College campuses are not excepted each has its "dreamer." Usually an insignificant person in the opinion of the average collegian "the dream- er" is a poor mixer and enjoys only limited ac- quaintances. College life to him offers few pleas- ures yet his associates who today scarcely care as to his existence are destined to honor him tomor- row. The man with vis...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 5 March 1938

THE H-S U BRAND Pa r Basketeers Add Storybook Finisli To Court Season Canyon Forward Sinks Free Throw In Waning Seconds To Score 25-24 9 In the Inst six seconds of piny Onlg Walling lnnky West Texns Teacher forwnul netted n fiee tlnow to send the Cowboys down to their twelfth consecutive defeat 25-2 1 on the Can- yon floor hint Tuesday night. This hnrd fought tilt concluded the most disastrous couit campaign in Hni din- Simmons annuls. Scwrc Drubbing On the previous evening the towel- ing Buffaloes had ndminlsteied n e- veie 38-10 diubbing to the Kimbiough coached combine. Tuesday's peifoim- nnco giently oversliadowed the Mon- day fray and will long be lemcmbor- ed by n host of anient West Texas basketball fans. Time nfti'r time the near-capacity ciowd arose in u frenzy to applaud the scoie for scoio efforts of the two quintets. Th giueling contest was niniked by the unci ling accuincy of both fives. Very few shots failed to pnit the colds tlnoughout the cntiio game The defensive pl...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 5 March 1938

Pan 4 THE n-S U I1RAND Dean Collins Lists Chaptil Cuts; Asks For Explanation Tho following students hnvo three or more chapel absences Pleaso see Denn Collins for conferences Monday and Tuesday March 7 and 8. Freshmen Men Ashton llailey 3; Tom Dell 5; John Earl Hounds -1; Hunter Brannon 3; Hob Cowsac 1; Jack Dean 3; James Hammctt 4; Eho Howell 15; Jimmy LcMclllcur Cj Deward Marcum 4; Will Moore 4; Marlon Neff 4; Charles Towel! 3j Henry Saunders 4; Ilnymoml Towlcs 3. Sophomore Men Horace Denny Cj Van Burnett 3; Walter Chapmnn 3; Kowlnnd Dow 12 j Johnny Downs 0; Garland East- hum 5; C. II. Foley 4; Charles Koc- ney 3; Wayne Low 4; Dale Marshall 3; Clovis Mathison 3. Sam McCollum G; William Kirk McKinnon 3; James Walton Moore 3; Thomas Morrison 3; Pro Mingus IS; Elmer Oatman 3; Grady Osborne 4; D. A. Parker 4; Joe Pee 3; Dudley Heed 3; Leonco Stephenson 4; Clyde Turner. 7. Junior Men Itnlph Heasley 3; Hilly Bell 3; Harry Benson- 4; Milton Bessirc 3; Edgar Uigolow 3; Jnck Cone 15; J. L....

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 12 March 1938

Vol. XXII Z715 PRICE FIVE CENTS HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXAS MARCH 12 1938 EIGHT PAGES TODAY No. 22 President J. D. Sandefer Will Celebrate Seventieth Birthday Tomorrow Prexy' s Pictorial Past a h i i V - -- fcimii 1 Shortly after coming into Texas to this home near Palo Pinto. Just prior to his coming to Hardin-Slmmons nearly three decades ngo President Sandefer was president of John Tarlcton college at Stcphenville. He and his family arc pictured here on the porch of the Stcphenville home. President Sandefer is pictured here with William Jennings Bryan when he made a personal appearance at Hardin-Simmons in 1920. s c flBBBB iH. t JK liBlBBBBBBL 4Ma--v-BppppppppppK 'bibbbbbbbbbbbbbbm waaaaaaaaaaaaaaaavBaaaaaaaaaaaaasaaaaaHi H iBBBBBBBBBBBBBYr"Brv '$'Bk jbbbbbbbbbbbbLV'' bbbbbbbbbbbbbbLI -tZKIf. 'LbbbbbbbbbB-' X&XSiiB IBBBBBBBBBknt si Nearly a decade ago when the band was making its European tour the above picture was taken of Prexy with Charles Evans Hughes. This Inf...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 12 March 1938

: &!.' ' ffwayiifwj;." ' ft. Ptl THE H-S U BRAND 'if ."-. "M y- 1 1 X-J- '' fe I3s lM l r Hilt' k' ft T Es: ' . V F'ii t Prexy Began Teaching Early Plctared below is the group of students that were in the first school ever taught by President J. D. San- defer. He was the only teacher and received $40 a month for his labors in the same log building on his father's farm wherein he had learned his common fractions. Dr. Sandefer is the young gentleman in the center of the plctare standing nearly a head taller than any of the students in his class. Life Story Of President Sandefer Reveals His Great Achievements By Burton Shelton Jefferson Davla Sandefer tomorrow celebrates his 70th birthday. And what docs he have to show for the seven decades engulfed by his life span 7 The answer to this question can be found only by examining a record of his achievements. Born on a farm in Sharp County on Nubbin Ridge on Peckcrwood creek in the state of Arkansas Jefferson was the second son of Samu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 12 March 1938

A . THE H-8 U BRAND Players Present 'Children Of Moon' Thursday Evening Production Characterized By Excellent Direction Characterization Staging Hy HURT SIIELTON Ilrand Editor An appreciative nudlcncc saw tho presentation of "Children of the Moon" in tho H-SU auditorium Thurs- day evening. The piny a three-net drnma by Martin Flavin was pre- sented by the H-SU Players club un- der the direction of Kathnrlne Boyd. Tho piny which was tho first major production of tho spring semester was characterized by excellent direc- tion fine staging and good character- ization. A bouquet to the special ef- fects and the lighting; they were good nt all times during the performance especially in tho last act. Receptive Audience With the exception of a few laughs in the wrong places during the open- ing scenes tho audience response was perfect. Tho mood of the play was enptured completely during the sec- ond act and the third act with the final climax was singularly nnd deep- ly impressive. Tho timi...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 12 March 1938

w .& Pfl4 THE n-S U BRAND X ' f-VB&illWMasf 1. 'A For 70 Years of Superlative Service in Many Fields DR. J. D. SANDEFER WE SALUTE YOU! 4 - tw "i t 1868 -i ; -s - . 1938 For half a century you have labored tirelessly and fruitfully in the cause of education for the young men and young women of West Texas. For almost 30 of those years you have enacted a noble role in the building of Abilene exerting the full measure of your influence and efforts in making it a greater city a better city in which to live. Throughout Texas there are today men and women now approaching the prime of their lives who through the influence of your early efforts in inculcating in them a love of ideals are going on to better and greater things are rendering a priceless service to society. No greater monument can any man have to his memory than th at of appreciation and devotion enshrined in the hearts of men and women whom he has molded into individuals of courage righteousness and consecration to a wo...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 12 March 1938

THE II-S U BRAND Paia S Ex-Student Pulse Editor's Note: "Ex-Studcnt Pulse" will bo nn open forum column for correspondence from nil students that hove ever attended Hnrdln-Simmons. Anything thnt you have on your chest that you would like to get before the alumni nnd ex-student group should be sent in mnrked cx-student pulse or alumni news AN EX GETS THE IillANI) ny Ann Taylor Any mall for me? Oh here's n paper some ad I guess. Why it's a Brand! Well I'm really glad to get thlsl Some people say you don't get that old "ex" feeling until you have been out of school four or six years. So this must just be a pre- mature enso thnt I have. Mnybc I'm just getting ready to have the real feeling. . . . But I got a real kick out of homecoming this year nnd I just rend a Brand from "kiver to kiv- cr." ... I'd like to drift out to chapel some morning and hear Prexy intro- duce someone nnd wind up by asking us to give the speaker a good old West Texas hand. Except now it would be Dr. Rupert inste...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 12 March 1938

ft . THE H-S U BRAND b r r? -r l3 M U "A-. Editorials " What know we greater than the soul? On God and Godlike men we build our-trust." Tennyson. Happy Birthday Prexy GlODC Tomorrow President J. D. Sandcfcr passes the Trottin' Ith milestone of nn eventful life of service ns pio- L "'" (Editorializing the Week's Ncwa) Campus Camera utn milestone of nn cvcnttul iilc ot service ns pio ncer for higher education in West Tcxns. 'Twos but a brief yesterday tht.t Hardin-Sim-mons university was founded nftcr sixteen other attempts hnd already failed in n tciritory where buffalo tracks were still vivid on undeveloped lnnd. During the first 17 years until 1909 this young foundling became n school with thrco buildings an endowment of $30000 and a vnluntion of build ings and equipment of less than $100000 As we begin our voyage this week It seems that Chamberlain's move In playing Italy against Germany may have weakened tho Fascist axis. But in tho event of any world crises It docs not seem to t...

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