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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 5 January 1935

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Publication Title: Brand, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 5 January 1935

-V H y- n . A- -7J i t i f ' T? fff 3P5V W"C vT- :if X f '-'J U. t s-a M' t - H THE BRAND wr. "-l . "i .Si ji &"-' A ir ..J1 w 35 s .- p-3 L. LAi a ri; ' v ft i'i & &? ! K. . W . ' f. ftPl sfc H3 ;vrii ;r .." M..r. m si f.. aretffc T A t .& ') r v 1 f. It r a x -ff. ' y v if'A. A weekly eellege aewspaper published every Saturday during the mImv! year y the Hardla-SimmoHs Press Club in the interest ol the Sudeat Bedy of Hardla-SwraoBa University. Ml I H II I Inland m second class nail matter June 22 1917 at the Postoffice at Abilene Texas under act of March 3 1912. SsAseripiioa Price per year 12.00 First Place in Texas Intercollegiate Press Association 1931 First Place in Texas Intercollegiate Press Association 1932 First Place in Texas Intercollegiate Press Association 1933 First Place in Texas Intercollegiate Press Association 1934 Office: First Floor Abilene Hall 1302 University Drive. Downtown Office i Abilene Printing & Stationery Co. Editor-in-Chief ...........

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 5 January 1935

j' t&&&f' ?.'wrw--wvy. -" ' f-- ?"" 't-ar--v iif -yrljgw. i.' Tfl''1 Wm '4'jPtyTOni3W tfr. 1 a P Is c - '' i.. 1; -A. 11 5 ' ih THE BRAND w" w j-iOJS .&! v 11 Pre- nmmsnoKiiMCM Pre-Law Win Gives Football Title To H-S.U. Drops Three Straight Games To Texas University Cowboy Defense Unable To v Stop Scoring of Fast Texas Aces Gray Leads Scoring Benson Terry and Hall Bear Brunt of Attack For Ranchers Tcxns University Longhorn basket- ball five took a three game scries from tho Inexperienced Cowhands dur- ing tho holiday season by tho decisive scores of 54-25; 45-27; nnd 30-30 the Ranchers on the short end of the score in each case. The First Game Although the game was rough and slow at times the Steers showed flashes of fine passing and accurate shooting to pilo up an early lead and hold it throughout the game. Jnck Gray Southwest conference shooting nee garnered sevpn field goals and four freo throws to take high point honors with 18. Most of his baskets wcro from one ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 5 January 1935

a- sz- :N O 5 VI 1 ) $n !.! xl j Pate Few THE BRAND '-'XI- -J. v-rr I gt0r l fg SL 1 tlEa.- 13 Cowgirls Ennteirtato With AmuumI Christmas Bainipaet The Hardin-Slmmons Cowgirls en- tertained Monday night December 17 with their annual Christmas ban- quet in the Hilton hotel ballroom. Miss Glenna Fay Grant former drum- major of the Cowgirls for five years was named guest of honor. Miss Ollie Lena Olscn president of the Cowgirls presided over the pro- gram giving a toast to the men who were the guests for the banquet. Moxlcy Fcathenston president of the student body responded with a brief toast for the girls. Dorothy and Gcr- aldine Shaw sang several popular numbers including "Stars Fell on Alabama" and "Love in Bloom." Miss Mildred Burnett gave a take-off on several members and students pres ent. Gordan Suits sang "Be Still My Heart" and "The Object of My Af fection " and Peggy Jackson and Bet- ty Miller concluded tho program with two tap numbers. Music throughout the dinner was furnis...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 12 January 1935

-- -pt- yr iiw yj- JC .' ' . ' ) . - .(. -it ; ' h w L'- w K m L- if h .y r 15 Cowboys Play Denton Teachers VOL. 19 JUNIORS WILL FETE I vvv w w w w w w w w liVapers To Present - " - . - -T-j e Howya doin this mornln'? Tonight will be Keen for the first time the Hardin-Simmons Cowboy basketccrs in their frame with the visiting Teachers. Why not start the boys off on their home field with a bang. Af- ter the game Is over let it not be the fault of the students if "It mat- ters not whether you lost or won etc. " is necessary to consolation. The game also1 will be an excuse for the Cowgirls to don their uniforms. The intra-mural games are pro- gressing quite smoothly and at the same time roughly.'' They are rank- ed in cruelty and ruthlessness be- tween football and guerilla warfare. At that the Intra-mural council is doing a nice job of managing the contests ur.d they should receive rec- ognition for their thankless work. Girls why don't you come out and watch your men play? There neve...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 12 January 1935

S5VTf? iw . . -t7 " N - - f - ."- I " a ... a" .. '" l.w'' . THE BRAND ; V "". : fr1. lfJ . 1 . J '.A W: T ft. Si. .C" i rar te &' I I " &r HT f I. I- i . -. :- -'? -A tb rW Cr S J It.-1 l - S& fc & h. IK' I. i'.c . : s?V' et? i- j" '' 4 tip -Brand . A weekly college newspaper published every Saturday during the 'eheol year by the Hardin-Simmons Press Club in the interest of the Stadeat Body of Hardin-Simmons University. Eatered aa second class mail matter Juno 22 1917 at the Postofficc at Abilene Texas under act of March 3 1912. Subscription Price per year $2.00 First Place in Texas Intercollegiate Press Association 1931 First Place in Texas Intercollegiate Press Association 1932 First Place in Texas Intercollegiate Press Association 1933 First Place in Texas Intercollegiate Press Association 1934 Office: First Floor Abilene Hull 1302 University Drive. Jjownlown Utlico: Abilene Printing a stationery Co. Editor-in-Chief. . . Dan Tarpley Business Manager .William K. R...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 12 January 1935

A Tjm1 "TT i f iJ -ni r ."-' - -vmv'M s"- ifwrin . 1117 s--rixr X THE BRAND Ranoer raaiEl!s Bettor Dairy Frodudi J iv M SERVE 1 It K XI 'V' 'TAcy Taste Better" ICE MILK BUTTER and ICE CREAM Serving Hardin-Simmons Patrons and Friends Daily Freshmen Overwhelm T. M. C. To Win 34-13 V. I MM M MMM 'i' ' Pf 1w ''V " ft A i$ ''ft W Ki y v MS r ! Sv iv McCollum Starts Scoring As Slimes Romp On Bulldogs First Yearmen Set Stubborn Defense To Allow Only Two Field Goals 12 Fish Participate Reeves Juncll and Izzard Turn in Good Games For Frosh Died Saturday Sam McCollum the last of the great line of McCollums who have done much toward producing exceptionally good basketball teams for Hardin- Simmons Cowboy quintets sunk seven field goals and one free toss of the total 34 of the Hardin-Simmons Freshmen as they defeated the Texas Military Academy Visitors 20 points. Ollie Reeves followed In the cen- ter's footsteps within total of 0 points. He also played a scnsntlonnl game on the defense. The ent...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 12 January 1935

k - lit Page Fmr THE BRAND I IA L't k ' k t Aire Mairipfiedl bi Dcmlbir Announcements have been received of tho marriages of two former Hnr-dln-Slmmons university students Miss Elizabeth Lovo and Miss Pau- lino Melton. . Tho marriage of Miss Love to Floyd T. Luttrell took place in tho homo of the bride's parents Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Love In Kiln Miss. on Dec. 18. After a honeymoon trip to Cuba tho Panama zone and Nicaragua they will bo at home In Montgomery Ala- bama. Mr. Luttrell Is manager for the motor truck division of the In- ternational Harvester company. Miss Melton's marriage to Howard C. Duff was celebrated December 23 in the home of the bride's mother Mrs. C. S. Holmes in Big Spring. The bride was graduated from Har-din-Simmons university last spring and was prominent in campus activi- ties. She was a member of tho uni- versity's official quartet a member of tho Cowgirls A Capclla choir Amacltln Y. W. A. choral club and the history club. The groom was graduated from the Nava...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 19 January 1935

- "V Vr ? " (. ffrnVr7lVj VJT '"'?T'TOyi77'?nFr jj( 'orr- jne 'vf "- -Cj ' x j' v. rtT-7-7i ?n .nsTi-fry1 -v-Ti ths?;' x.TVvrs". ' Vf -VJ" ' r . M & 4 A. Journalism Edition Journalism Edition VOL. 19 IIARDIN-8IMM0NS UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXAS -JANUARY 19 1935 No. 15 1 ' hp rand I 1 k r San Carlo Opera Co. To Give Two Performance! Students of Hardin-Simmon8 university will have the pleasure of at- tending the presentation of two operas by the San Carlo Opera company next Monday January 21. The afternoon performance is especially in- tended for dollege students when the opera t "Hansel and Gretcl" will be presented. The famous "Faust" will be given at the evening performance. Students may exchange their activity tickets for seats by presenting them to the office not later than this afternoon. In addition to the presentation of "Hansel and Gretcl" Hardin-Slmmons students will see an hour program of ballet dancing by the San Carlo Op- era ballet Monday afternoon. The Ballet is a new a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 19 January 1935

Cga7'3"l?'"aj' 'T-.. .( I- -- 1 ' VM v T HJ.li . ". . .j. -. """ 1 t w .' " tj !;? if &'-L THE BRAND " . .. . ni.jff"" fv is- '-. . E- "V to T -t WW IlJT . 13 5Sw V 'J ' Jf7 5 Mi K life 3SS . rst. p i m . &j i?. $ i i !!..? iJ."!- 1 " ?: 1 t IB' fA . ' Vs '.' "- jrr - .. . t ri. fr. '. ' A weekly college newspaper :m ;.. oi nar dt we narainoimmons ' ir'-"' Studeat Body of HardhvSimraons ". towered u second class mail matter y"?ir ' r Abilene. Texas under 'r -' SllWrinllnn Priu m. a.. "t t I III HI V'r. P: I tl S T 1. ii iubi i ww in icaus imcrcoiicgiaic rrcss iissociouon ivox V"S First Placo in Texas Intcrcollcciato Press Association 1932 First Place in Texas Intcrcollegiato Press Association 1933 First Place in Texas Intercollegiate Press Association 1931 fr- Office: First Floor Abilene Hall 2 i uowntown Ultice: Abilene Printing & Stationery Co. - aanor-in-inici -i . . iv Business Manager Assistant Business Manager. Managing Editor Sports Editor ife Wews fcditor ww uumk...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 19 January 1935

iry -jj r ; rfW''K?ifIjPWfjw f ry . y .W N i" " . u - .; ." " ';? t ' THE BRAND ' jj V G.lL COWBOYS Ranchers Win 2nd Game Easily After Losing First Fray Visitors Exhibit Fine Brand Of Play Throughout Series Benson High Point Man Teachers Defense Is Tough; Simmonsites Connect At Long Range With an aggressive display of court hustling Hardin-Simmons basketoors came back into old form Thursday evening and drubbed East Texas Teachers 41 to 30 to even a two frame series. For a better part of 40 minutes the Cowhands in addition to turning in a perfect performance at the foul line by sinking 13 free shots kept the Lions who had roared so effectively on the previous night well in check throughout. The Commerce quintet had dealt the Ranchers a sur- prise lacing 43 to 28 Wednesday night. Closely guarded by a "revived" Cowboy quintet the East Tcxans were forced to connect from long range in ordor to ring up most of their bas- kets. Bow sharp-shooting forward contacted tho bucket from mid-court...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 19 January 1935

ITiliiaLiCL 'pps .'u-.T3raraiSItTISCjiSCilV. T SViftt'. I fw. " u . -H -r Page Fwr THE BRAND hi fiei" sfcsr--Tw v VT TfirTn f . IP IT jF 1 i Mairgarot Mewmam anndl Ike CMmn. Msurry December 2 Miss Margaret Neumann only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Neu- mann and Mr. Ike Chism son of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Chism of Moran were married in the home of the brldo on 1742 Ambler Avenue December 20. Rev. Roy Shnhan of Moran read the ring ceremony for the couple before an altar arrangement of green and white holley. White tapers burned from crystal cundelabras. White carnations and baskets of white snap dragons were also used as decorations. The bride was wearing a creation of rose point lace in long classic lines with a tight bodico and long fitted sleeves with rhincstonc trimmings. Sho wore a hat made of white malino stitched with silver and silver san- dals. She carried a bouquet of gar- denias with lilies of the valley. Miss Edna McMinn her only at- tendant wore a green dinner ensem- ble with a ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 9 February 1935

hp Brand ATTEND THE SOCIAL READ THE BRAND ADS .i v VOL. 19 VALENTINE PARTY TO BE THURSDAY EVENING H-SU Cowboy Band To Leave June 16 On Second Europe Trip West Texas Tourist Party Will Accompany Band On Its Tour To Visit Five Countries Party To See France Holland Belgium Switzerland And England Sponsoring its second annual tour of Euiopo this summer tho Cowboy band of Hardin-Slmmons university Abilene will leave Juno 10 for their second invasion of tho continent where it cored such a success four years ago. The. Cowboys will again be accom- panied by a party of West Texans who will take advantage of the un- usually low all-expense rate to visit five foreign countries England Fran- ce Belgium Holland and Switzer- land. The trip will be made by way of St. Louis and Washington where a half-day stop-over will be allowed so that the party may see the various places of interest at the Nation's cap- ital. The West Texans arc scheduled to sail from New York on the SS Manhattan June 19 and re...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 9 February 1935

Itf-'V " -rtfS"' i W'r Page TVs THE HARDIN-SIMMONS BRAND '. f 0. fS I k k j?t C?t "L fS-t i AtrT' A weekly college newspaper published every Saturday during the school year by the Hardin-Simmons Press Club in the interest of the Student Body of Hardin-Simmons University. Entered as second class mail matter June 22 1917 at the Postoffice at Abilene Texas under act of March 3 1912. Subscription Price per year First Place in Texas Intercollegiate Press Association 1931 First Place in Texas Intcrcollcgiato Press Association 1932 First Place in Texas Intcrcollcgiato Press Association 1933 First Place in Texas Intercollegiate Press Association 1934 Office: First Floor Abilene Hull JJowntown Utticc: Abilene Printing a stationery Co. Editor-in-Chief Business Manager Assistant Business Manager Managing Editor .. Sports Editor News Editor Ccarlcy Kinard Socictjr Editor Mary Helen Terry Desk Editor Paulino Shillcr Special Reporter Hoyt West Special Reporter ... Burton Shclton Special Reporter ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 9 February 1935

-THsv-f & $&&?$? Mjfl li THE HARDIN-SIMMONS BRAND PCTfcrw V affi Fetter Dairy Products SERVE '51 ftj P Cowboys Trim Southwestern 40 to 33 COWBOY BASKETEERS DEFEAT HILL BILLIES 48 TO 43 Wranglers Tighten Lead In Conference In Beating Pirates Visitors Stage Rally in Last Half But Unable To Overcome Lead NEW COACH Individual Honors Split Scroggins Benson and Fikes Ousted Because of Personal Fouls Tho Hardin-Simmons university Cowboys defeated the Southwest- ern Pirates 40 to 33 in the Cow- boy Corral last night to tighten their first place standing in tho Texas Conference basketball race. The Wrancrlcrs won their second straight victory over contending teams this week. The loss was tho second straight one for tho visitors in Abilene. Tho Pirates lost Wednesday night to Abi- lene Christian college. They will meet the McMurry Indians tonight to close their scries here. Conch Edens' quintet staged a bril- liant rally in the second act but it never overcame tho 22 to 0 lend thn...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 9 February 1935

Page Four THE HARDIN-SIMMONS DRAND Bairacsi IBM Sdhool Class KQMQ)irs IBsmuqfimet Meimdlay Harncn clnsa of the First Baptist church was host for a guest banquet Monday evening in the basement din ing room where n colorful valentine theme was favored in all arrange- ments for the dinner table. Frank Juncll was tonstmastcr pre- senting entertainers. Pete Shnw gave a three-number group of vocal se- lections and in responding to an en- core wns presented in an original com- position. He snng "Hands Across the Table" "June in January" and "Love in Bloom." Joy Pender was his accompanist. Dr. E. B. Surface pastor of the Central Presbyterian church was main program speaker introducing humor into his talk. The German band from high school played during ing the dinner hour. Others at the banquet were Mattie Ruth Riddle Everett Milam Bcrnicc Rice Gaines Gustavus Lnvcrne Year- gen Gid Bowers Ruth Butler Ver- non Ycarby Mildred Richcson Ivan Flynn Tommio Boren Billy Morrow Martha Ellen Ryan Tomm...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 16 February 1935

M t hy " nv t -t SOPHOMORES MEET MONDAY VOL. 19 "S" CLUB BANQUET WILL Hello! And again this column brings the news and facts unbiased untint- ed and fearless of the private lives of those who tread daily In an appar-. cntly saintly course the time-worn paths of this one of the fairest of all campi. The little blonde freshman May- gayhay (correct spelling still un- known) has tried them all from A to Izzard and incidentally she must have fallen for tho last. Burgen and McKinstry have gone in cahoots to form one of the latest of the love affairs thriving on the acres. Theirs is the type of case that makes everyone wish that they too might be in love that blind faith in each other that feeling of trust in each other and that feeling of utter dis- content and agony when they are sep- arated. The highest type of co-ed that is desired in this school is one who will not tolerate even the whistling of dirty songs. It is believed that there are none in captivity. Little Dunagan is taking coo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 16 February 1935

i - T vv r. - ' - - -- 2e THE IIARDIN-SIMMONS BRAND Si? - v r 'I L- s r rf s a & VQr 7 fc J fS ikv VJt ? f. it W &?- J iff ft- ' fW MV ;f?' S '.-t t. aw . t5 -it-- 1 rff U &r. i' A ' y-!- Up .Drztmd A weekly college newspaper published every Saturday during the cheat year by the Hardin-Simmons Press Club in the interest of the Student Body of Hardin-Simmons University. Entered as aecond class mail matter June 22 1917 at the Postoffice at Abilene Texas under act of March 3 1912. Subscription Price per year - $2.00 First Place in Texas Intercollegiate Press Association 1931 First Place in Texas Intercollegiate Press Association 1932 First Place in Texas Intercollegiate Press Association 1933 First Place in Texas Intercollegiate Press Association 1934 Office: First Floor Abilene Hall 1302 University Drive. Downtown Office: Abilene Printing & Stationery Co. Editor-in-Chief Business Manager ............ . . Circulation Manager Managing Editor . ...... Gaines Shults Sports...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 16 February 1935

?;' -y iv'"'T" "-"- - - v 7Mf.rs?p'.FiSv?' ' K V THE HARDIN-SIMMONS BRAND P aixw it Stk SERVE .2 Wranglers Trounce Trinity 48 to 34 RANCHERS DOWN AUSTIN COLLEGE KANGAROOS 61 TO 28 Cowmen Keep Slate Clean By Defeating Conference Squad Glover Captures Honor With 1 7 Points Tiger Forward Runs Second SCORE AT HALF IS 22-15 Visitors Rally In Last Period But Fall Short When Seconds Play Starting and finishing nt a fast- breaking tempo Hardin - Simmons Ranching cagerfe undefeated Texas conference pace-setters earned an- other notch for their gun handle last night against the Trinity university five. When the smoke cleared from the scene of struggle they had taken the visitors to the tune of 48 to 34. The Cowboy Wranglers started off early and piled up a 12 point lead be- fore the Waxahachie club could score. Harris launched tabulations for the locals with a field goal in the first minute arid then another n few sec- onds later. Glover towering Cow- hand center added another braco of tallie...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 16 February 1935

Page Fear THE HARDIN-8IMM0NS BRAND Valentine Old Time Cannes Flayed T Minsk IF Cowboy Eami; Box Ltuunidhies eirred Stundemts Opening tho university social cal- endar this semester three hundred students attended the nil-university Valentine party hold in tho Corral at 7:30 o'clock Thursday ovcnlnjr. This was tho first university Valentine social held in Hardin-Slmmons in n number of years according to Miss Mary Head chairman of the social committee. Old-time games were tho feature of the party. Tho grand entry was play- ed by the Cowboy band under the direction of Marion McClure nnd nil students took part in the ceremonial entrance. Other games included marching up tho levee snap and the Virginia reel. Vernon Ycarby had charge of the games. Twelve couples were chosen to take part in tho Virginia reel which was played to tho tune "Tur key in tho Straw" by tho band. Those taking part in tho reel were: Vernon Yearby Moxley Fcatherston Alton Terry Kermit Ashby Billy Morrow Ivan Flynn Cl...

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