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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 23 November 1940

ffg yrry?4ymW)8i;l.W t p'ff ' l fv . .-pgp tf u ... fc l I'' i 4 Wecomes Vol. XXV Z714 IIARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXAS NOVEMBER 23 1940 No. 10 THOUSANDS GATHER FOR ANNUAL HOMECOMING TODAY hi tlWLt- K M WB- B B Tvla B MB BBflBBBftBB Bi HI BBHPT IBB "1 B K wfl VM T B MMUWBl Jl Bfl H 1 VABwVbI vbI BBBB- WwBlm Kathleen Nunnally Elected Queen Of H-SU In Wednesday Election WELCOME EXES It's custoinnry to stnrt this col- umn off on homecoming dny with n welcome to the alumni niul ex- students. "We'll do the same al- though we can't see any particu- lar reason why we should. Naturally all alumni mid exes went to school here once and it seems to us that anyone who has ever hecn assoeiated with II-SU should know that they arc wel- come to return again at any time. It's also quite natural that we arc particularly glad to sec them on homecoming day hecauso it's their day. The day is set aside for them to gather on the enmpus talk over college experiences re- new acquaintances and anyth...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 23 November 1940

'&& 'Y - FS THE H-SU BRAND n? - -a V-4' 'J$fr V' ? ir :'.' "'! ) Editorials Homecoming Day Exchanges Campus Camera Homecoming day should mean a lot to a collcgo or university. Alumni and ex-students gather on this day and talk over old times and review their college days. It's these exes that offer an oppor- tunity to detcrmino the good tho school is doing. Practically all exes are proud of their Alma Mater regardless of whether they went to a big university or a small college. H-SU exes have a right to be proud of their institution and H-SU has a right to bo proud of its exes. Thero is scarcely a point in the nation that is not tho home of a Hardin-Simmons student or an cx-student. H-SU exes aro engaged in all occupa- tions and a large per cent of them arc definito successes. Most of them are a credit to the school and never miss a chance to let it be known that "I went to school at Hardin-Simmons." Homecoming day is set aside each year for the sole purpose fo honoring thes...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 23 November 1940

Pf.S Third Term First Lady Is Busiest Woman In America To my former students and all exes welcome and best wishes on your return to the campus. J. CARLTON SMITH I THE H-SU BRAND Ily HELEN CARPENTER The fact thnt Mrs. Frnnklln D. Roosevelt will be tlie first third-term First Lady of tho land ndds even greater Importance to her personal appearance here at Hardln-Slmmons auditorium December 2. She Is re- turning here by popular request hav- ing made a big hit with tho people of Abilene when she was here In the spring of 1939. Mrs. Roosevelt Is ono of the best informed nnd busiest women in the United States. Besides attending to For Photographs It's Thurman's "The House of Better Photography" 112-1 N. 2nd Phone 3703 Greetings Moore's ServiceStation 1301 Pine St. Everything for Your Car (Prof. Landers owns most of this station and guarantees its service) Alums and Varsity Meet at HOTEL WOOTEN PHARMACY N. E. PEAK Manager "Take home a box of fresh roasted nuts" her social duties as First L...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 23 November 1940

"tww-t.1 "CT?H -1 Fftff4 THE n-SU BRAND WWM"' I'm liwyr M Ptfft :sr "t '"? V'l Cowboys Oppose Strong San Kimbroughmen Win Against Coast Eleven Ranchers Have Never Been Able To Muster Victory Over Malley's Team . A stormy time on the gridiron of Pnrrnmorc Field looms for the high-ridmg Cowboys who will attempt to run their victorv string to .1- straight this afternoon wheii they barge into notion against a tough grid crew from San Francisco University. Tech Frosh Down Wranglers 25-3 Picadors Grab Three Tallies in Last Half Texas Tech's Picadors romped ovci a bewildered Hardln-Slmmons fresh- man team In Lubbock Friday 25-3. The Tech lads were checked to al- most even terms during the first half but opened up a brilliant attack in the last two chapters to score three of their touchdowns. In the first quarter II-SU right half Brown fumbled on his own 34. The Picadors recovered and marched from there for the first score. In the next period an H-SU drive was stop- ped short of pay dirt an...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 23 November 1940

THE H-SU BRAND Pag B i v- HOWARD PAYNE HOLDS JINX FOR SATURDAY BATTLE Locals Have Never Downed Jackets In Three Straight "On to Brownwood" nnd "Beat the Jnckots" will become the dual 'battle cry of the Forty Acres ore the thun- dering echoes of today's grid joust with San Francisco dies away. Traveling to the Brownwood strong- hold next Saturday tho Cowboys will attempt to break the tradition that says tho Abllcnlans have never beaten HPC's Yellow Jackets three years In succession. The Jackets n sure shot for at least n tie for tho Texas conference championship will also be out to break a jinx Saturday. Coach McAdoo Kcaton will empty his entire bag of tricks In an effort to sack up his first victory over a Klmbrough-conchod Cowboy eleven. In Kimbrough's five previous sea- sons here the Yellow Jackets have lost four and tied one game and have scored only 13 points during that time. The Ranchers have rolled up 72 points. Mentor Kcaton and his proteges have been pointing to this West T...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 23 November 1940

Pafce 6 THE H.SU BRAND HOWDY EX COWBOYS- LET'S SOCK THE DONS 45-0! THE LAST ROUNDUP Crush The Dons! but if you were unfortunate and have a fender or body crushed sec Ben West Auto Works 21 Hour Vri'ckcr Service "Quality Workmanship At Reasonable Cost" 350 Clicstnut Dinl 7371 "Plumbing On Campus Improvements By Us" n I nine coin Welcome HSU Exes- While in Abilene Visit West Texas' Finest Furniture Store Barrow Furniture Co Welcome Exes- The Pender Company Manufacturing Stationers "The West Texas House" Office Supplies School Supplies 273 Cypress St. Phone 7225 It's Swell to Sec You Again Exes On This Golden Jubilee Homecoming Dr. Clinton E. Adams Alexander Building Meet Us at Sloan's for Lunch Sloan's Drug TRAMPLE SAN FRANCISCO TODAY AND TRAMPLE SLEEPING WORRIES TONIGHT at the FINCHER HOTEL Phone 5201 For Reservations Rates 1.00 1.50 2.00 and 3.00 Exes Rowdy ! I Let's Send the Dons to California Licked and 'Donhcartcd' Fort Worth Star -Telegram Morning Evening and Sunday O. II. DICK ...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 7 December 1940

V - edifoUal Ix I Vol. XXV Z714 IIARDIN-SIMM0N8 UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXAS DECEMBER 7 1940 No. 11 v UNBEATEN COWBOYS SHUNNED IN POST-SEASON BIDS fHy f A Lt L. .L sR. Ihi ft. 'sH. Km p" BHkmH K B B 1 H 9? T p v li Thirty-five Students On Mid-Semester Honor Roll yswiitffiistil rU!Ro UNBEATEN UNTIED It's not n blue world to II-SU students. Without exaggerating at all it might even be called a rosy world. And why shouldn't everyone on the campus be ex- tremely happy nowf Our football team closed the season with the best 1940 record in the entire Southwest. Not a single team played on even terms with Coach Kimbrough 's mighty Cowboys this year. Not a single team on the schedule showed any sign of being superior to the Ranchers. This doesn't mean that the Cowboys or their fans think they could handle mighty Minnesota the Texas Aggies Stanford or any other of the so-called big teams with ease. But sports writers in Texas in the East and on the West Coast who saw the Ranchers in action agains...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 7 December 1940

v ry f Wisf' ' 6i THK M-SU BRAND V ti- 0 ' it ip f 4 L H ft' .r 'i '. -AV -w' .. .."f Editorials aeaaaK f Exchanges Campus Camera r Dy FRANK CLEVELAND Teacher: "Take one out of ten and r ' Bcmmmuc ProWwSSof Youth t 'Mrs. Roosevelt's subject Monday night is and " do yollunlh?"' 3lTyV xaM be of vital interest to college students. Al- Jimmy! plnk J"?" The Pup Tent. i. 1 j-'' t V V. "thOUsh she snoko on vouth in eeuernl. It wni rmr. tkularly interesting to the youth in American col- leges and. universities. Stranger: "Why is it that none of Maybe the freshman thought the whole thing tho nutolsts around here put out their boring and tho sophomoro might liavo had trouble nama wncn iney lurn corners ivt Cop: "You ace this is a .college town and the young chaps ain't octo- keeping his mind on tho speech. Tho junior urob ably regarded it as a drawn out lecture on some thing far away at least n year and a half yet. But Puscs the senior has already been wondcrinir about such problems becauso h...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 7 December 1940

' ". fWlhP J f i" tr''-jlf-rtrryrTntitrq .-j ' "J 'By-.! -i tf. . THE H-SU BRAND ! f- - - Cowboys Blast ffPC "Jinx" 27-7 To End Perfect Season Russell Stars In 13th Consecutive Victory ah the trickery and power Howard Payne's Yellow Juclccts could muster was not nearly enough to copo witli Ilardin-Sim-1110119 ' rampant Ranchers as the Rold-sliirted Cowhoys sninshed the Jackets 27 to 7 in the Brownwood stronghold last Saturday tv blaze across the finish line the only untied undefeated football team in the Southwest. L. B. (Little Brother) Russell 150- pound back who three years ngo Kim- brough thought too llttlo for football proved himself a gridiron giant ns he passed for three touchdowns and swept right end" for the fourth to fig- ure In every Rancher tally. Greatest Season It was n day chock full of gridiron firsts for Kimbrough mid his pass pltchln' goldshtrts. Above all It wns the first Hardin-Simmons team to go through n campaign with a spotless record. It was Klmbrough's first...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 7 December 1940

Pat 4 THE H-SU BRAND fc I U Ranchers Brand USF Dons 28-18 Here On Wet Grid (Continued from page .3) 11 with fourth down coming up. Evans stepped back to the 20 and booted a perfect placement to send his matles ahead 10-0 Long Bull's Eye It wasn't long before the Cowboys again were rocking the Dons on their neeis. itusscn intercepted a pass Mosconl intended for Fisk at the H-SU 47. t Bam! Goodnight had hit Russell ywlth a high arching chunk way down on the 19-yard line and the little 105- pounder was in tho clear. Ho raced untouched across tho goal line for the touchdown a play that netted 53 yards. Evans try for extra point was blocked by Tackle Bob Keith. All that had happened in ten min- utes. Tho Dons engineered themselves into their first scoring position on the second play of tho second stanza. Fisk's 04 yard punt rolled dead on the seven and Russell punted out only 28 yards to the Cowboys' 35. Mosconl Over Fisk and Johnson lacked inches of making a first down in three stabs at...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 14 December 1940

JM f ( i .u j-jJfii..v.iir jj yjnV4 J ' x" -T "" l" 'V--"""-i : artirfiyt - HKKWAS i Vol. XXV Z714 HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXAS DECEMBER 14 1940 No. 12 QUEEN TO BE CROWNED IN MONDAY NIGHT CEREMONY -wr-nfftPQ. ..11 mv ttsvmmi vypkafwrn "wyw Ps!rw-w -r-wa.jTJ g&3 aHr!?1 UVHfc fWLVPMw WW ITFt K i-ArmiitL V I Pilot Trainers Are Usually Cool Headed But It's a Necessity In Their Business If this C. A. A. course didn't have such cool headed instructors wc might not havo some of the students who are taking the course with us any more on these Forty Acres. They might havo passed on to the happy hunting grounds. Just the other . day Bullet Beard was flying along in the hemisphere with his instructor when the motor of the plane died. This didn't cause Mr. Beard any an- xious moments because the instruc- tor was always giving practice forced landings and he knew that if he should make some mistake all he had ARMY CAMP For the past two weeks discus- sion of the Army Camp to bo lo-...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 14 December 1940

-M - & . pki THE H-SU BRAND V . t K'Jr .wv S ' V!( "y trt rH 7 V r 1 ! ' C i l . r jr t 'fr" .! K 'Sditorials Exchanges Campus Camera Christmas Prayer Our normal idea of Christmas revolves around - -warm fires family Christmas trees presents can- dies food mistletoe and good cheer of every con- ceivable variety but maybe we should just stop a minute and think next Christmas Eve. We'll bo sitting in the security of our homes among loved ones and if wc had especially keen ears we'd hear bombs dropping anti-aircraft fire and wo'd sec with extraordinary perception home- less children fleeing humanity burning cities warfare in it's most horrible sense. No this year's Christmas will not mean peace and good-will to all the world. Many things have chan'ged. sinco last Christmas. It doesn't seem quite fair to enjoy ourselves when others suffer. And yet the spirit of Christmas doesn't change in rtho long run wo can still thank God for faith and hope. May the Christmas miracle happen; may ...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 14 December 1940

- fT T n S.tf" '" T ' rwr.yrf- n I y TnE H-SU BRAND Pff SMITH CONTINUES CAGE DRILLS FOR TOUGH SEASON T jWf" f Opening Came Set Here For Jan. 4 Ranchers Scrimmage Indians On Two Days Athletic Manager Gib Snmlcfer an Haven of Rest Gridders Win Annual Feud Bowl 14-7 & nounced that definite dates havo al- ready been set for 12 games for the Cowboy baskctballers as Unclo Joe Smith sent his charges through their second full week of drill In the Corral. New Mexico School of Mines will open the Rancher campaign in a Jan- uary 4 setto on the local boards and tho New Mexico Aggies will come hero for n brace of tilts on January 0 and 7. Howard Payne's Yellow Jackets will also perform hero on January 10. ' West Texas State's "tallest team In tho world" will Invade the Corral for two games January 13 and 14. The Cowhands will repay the visit with a trip to their Canyon stronghold Feb- ruary 17 and 18. On tho way to Can- yon the Ranchers will stop off in Lubbock to meet tho Texas Tech Red Rai...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 14 December 1940

vt T -tmyrT py Ay v ifflifWr m yf Tiftnywwg y pTnt -t- bfnpi8f' Page 4 THE H-SU BRAND .Wv f -i - 'ft Banquet Given For Ministers By Auxiliary Friday Night Dr. White To Be Main Speaker On Program A memory of the "good old days" of courtship under n star-lit sky wns renewed In the minds of many II-SU students and mndo real to others ns tho Ministerial Auxiliary entertained tho Ministerial Council with an In- formal banquet Frday night. Many II-SU ministerial students and faculty members and wives and dates attended. Dr. W. R. White II- SU president wns main speaker and Fred Molkcnthln acted n8 toastmastcr. A galaxy of stars was tho theme used and each speaker on tho pro- gram was given tho name of a star that properly identified their ad- dresses. Those on tho rogrnm were Abe Hes- ter president of the Ministerial Coun- cil Mrs. Sam Brian president of tho Auxiliary Mrs. N. A. Moore It. T. Barton Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Dandignac and Dr. E. B. Atwood. CoDins Attends San Antonio Meet Dr. R. A...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 11 January 1941

--iS0f&iai:uj i. ilium niujpi'TJi BaUutUU lamaltt Rami Ad (?aatoyd Vol. XXV Z714 IIARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ADILENE TEXAS JANUARY 11 1911 No. 13 Texas Demos Plan to Take Cowboy Band To Washington For Inauguration of FDR 'Wv y mi. HWaknB BUSY SEASON Christmn'Vt conies ut just the time of year it should. 'Phut is where seliool is concerned. A va- cation at that time of year is what students need before the busy sea- son which follows. And tlint busy season is upon us now. It won't be long until end of the semester and everyone will be yuttiiiK a new start and all those days they stayed behind in their work will be history. But now is the busy time be- cause everyone is trying to catch up on his courses and make way for the new beginning. It's funny but near the close of next semester the same stu- dents will be just as far behind as they are today. They'll have a chance to start off even with the others in n few days but they won't stay there. It's really sur- prising when you loo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 11 January 1941

E5Wm &$!: TOR K-SU BRAND - '-:! !f J ji fetf h W' li' & r J ' ' L M. F.-tf VV. ' 5-V. l"f -'If &.. i r 'J--. ' ft iftr '- W xSditorials Exchanges Campus Camera 14 Uad-iraliU ''Campo. Cuti" DOBstrations such as those Tuesday night nt the Cecil Leeson recital give an institution a black ye More quickly than anything else students can do. Bach disturbances are wholly uncalled for and unnecessary. It was extremely embarrassing to faculty mem- bers and to students who were there for the pur- pose of listening to the program when Mr. Leeson Made his remarks preceding the recital. It was' really more than embarrassing because it was only too obvious that those remarks were necessary. Mr. Leeson' seemed to havo tho situation sized up correctly before he even came on the stage. It was not exactly an appropriate time for an artist course as most students attended the basket- ball game first But if a person can't differentiate between two such entertainments and conduct him- self a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 11 January 1941

y z r -.' ?t THE H-SU BRAND a" w - J. --. I' V it -I i I.' r'l Ji' 'if Vv .; 'ji 81; ; "-. 4. Cowboy Cagers Win Split Series With Two Strong New Mexico Quints Ranchers Show Speed In Contests But Handicapped By Inexperience By WAOIL McNAIR Conch Uncle Joe Smith's H-SU enters opened their 1941 season on the Corrnl boards 'Friday night January 3 with a 38-30 victory over New Mexico College of Mines. Displaying a speedier type of play than has been seen here in several seasons the Cowboys matched the more experienced Miners in every department through the first half 'and then gradually pulled away with their margin of victory. James Crocker six-foot three- inch center led the Rancher scoring with 11 points. Mines roared bnck In the Bcrles . finale Saturday night to completely out-mancuver the Cowboys 47-30. The Ranchers were oblo to hold their own in the early stages but the Miners played an improved brand of ball and never slowed their pace. The New Mexico Aggies op- posed the Ranchers...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 11 January 1941

n" "ifi I'i : . ar Pig 4 THK H-SU MAMD Br r ix Publications Paint Picture Of University's Development Just as the newspapers and maga- zines of this great nation have been synonomous with tho growth of the United States so have the campus publications of Hardln-Simmons been synonomous with tho development of this university down through the years. Only five years after the founding of Simmons College back in 1891 the first student publication The Simmons College Monthly found its way iato print. This periodical which contained mostly religious ma- terial lived only two years. Next literary publication to come into being on the Simmons campus was The Corral in 1005. This maga- ilno thrived upon the literary efforts of students with a literary bent who liked to see their work in print. With fiction as the keynote short stories essays and editorials were popular with The Corral. The Corral discon- tinucd publication in the early thir- f ties. The Bronco campus yearbook dates back to 10...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 18 January 1941

at r wg m -p'" "1" wjwr; i foaml Rfm fyudau yVa liicuut Vol. XXV Z714 HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXAS JANUARY 18 1941 No. 14 COWBOY BAND GOES TO WASHINGTON FOR INAUGURATION s lv I l H-SU Baylor To Meet On Gridiron September 27 Three Other New Foes On New Ten-Game List Released Thursday By BOB MURDOCH Hnrdin-Simmons University's gridiron Cowboys will barge into notion against a Southwestern Conference footbnll aggregation for the first time in five years next September 27 when they tangle with Baylor's Bears in Waco. The 1941 schedule released by 0. B. Sandefer business manager of athletics this week showed three other now foes including Long Island University Louisiana Tech and Texas IWeslcyan. SANDEFER MEMORIAL Donations have already started coining in for the proposed Sande- fer Memorial building and the project now seems to be gaining considerable momentum. Many cx-students are sending contribu- tions some individually and oth- ers collectively through their lo- cal 1I-SU...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 18 January 1941

k"W 'ifrj-'- -v.r -j.' j. V. j1 . v 7" V - ' THB H-IU BRAND : ei ' r-'Vv s ' v w I I; . . vT IV. I fc. r- IR- I1 r n " r? FKV i l . r.5. ? ' J SV W i i . . ' oditotials Exchanges Campus Camera A New Means What? ' Br FRANK CLEVELAND Hubby (on hearing1 burglars in the house): Sh-h-h dear. This is going to be n battle of brains. How fortunate it is for us that wo havo como to Wlfey: How brave of you dear Hardin-Simmons University nt this period of her to fight unarmed. brilliant history. "We are on the threshold of her greatest period of development. Even now plans j Gladys. You've been the Informa- are under way for mammoth Scmi-Ccntennial cclo- tion clerk hero for some timo now; brations in 1941. where da all the bugs go in the win- tour school has arrived at another significant day tet in its history. This is a moment of deep signifi- Clerk: Search me. cance in our lives. It is one of the highest honors Gladys: No thanks I just wanted to havo membership in this great school family. ...

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