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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 18 January 1941

tn- V & tnim.; f. ... .j-t . - .Tjrri- xw' -j. i .. -".hsfv; . . I) r it THE H-BU BRAND ! 18 a dr 0" ; 8' ' II ' o" 1 ir it' ;" t i- ic ir r- )t 1 6 ir :o 58 6 ir . '' 3S ie r- d e' n 3- o t8 lo J. ... 11 J- s 0 d y i- j n. e- ii ;.' tf.v " ts ' ' ' r-' t A .." i "'J y f'. IS ' t ' it ''" r l t tl . Ct 1 f L-VT t . f -'. :" r'" 'V . ti-t. .: 'kt From the OTELUNES By WACIL McNAIR Some mighty good basketball teams have performed In tho local Corral since tho Christmas holidays. Coach Uncle Joe Smith had his cagers back on tho campus December 26 to re- sumo drills but still they were too inexperienced to handlo the suicide week which tho schedule presented beginning on the night of January 3. But several things must be taken into consideration before the Cowboys are sold short. Five of those games were with cage leaders of two conferences. Already sports writers in this sec- tion arc tabbing tho Rams of Texas Wesleyan and the Yellow Jackets of Howard Payne as tho "Two-team Tex- as ...

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 — 18 January 1941

-i vs iirf ("(- PK4 THE H-SU BRAND "netr"' Librarian Outlines Immediate Needs of University Library Miss Thelma Andrews head libra rian nnd one of the outstanding women librarians in West Texas has frequently stressed the necessity of adequate library facilities here at H- SU. Recently she listed the follow- ing articles concerning the immediate needs of tho university library: STORAGE Tho library must add at least one thousand volumes per year to meet tho requirements of tho crediting agencies. Our storage spaco is now so limited that part of the collection has been stored in other buildings. Stacks within tho building aro over- crowded too high to be used conven- iently and inadequate for tho care of over-sized books. Tho present build- ing docs not supply needed facilities for preserving archival material. It needs fire-proof protection and con- trolled atmosphcslc conditions. The present building offers no fire pro- tection to irreplacable material or to inventory records which ...

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 — 1 February 1941

" K V ". r. J 'T v.- T i QootiaU BancptMt Monday ftiatd Monday AttaUt Vol. XXV Z714 HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXAS FEBRUARY 1 1941 No. 15 ENROLLMENT SHOWS INCREASE FOR SPRING TERM BflfsV 1 H LLbHLH bbIbB HHlBH f H LbLY' bbLLLB FnaB bW. - n' ISPS Back in the spring of 1939 when Russell Day was editing the Brand lie wrote an editorial which analyzed the Brand us the news voice of the university. May- be it wasn't much of an analysis but Day made u few surveys and observations and came to the con- clusion that his Brand wasn't do- ing its work badly. He admitted thut the Brand wouldn't be considered good liter- ature by Emerson or others of his caliber but ho also stated that so far as he could learn it wusn't supposed to be. Ho pointed out that space was given to the prob- lems of the students and that when controversies arose he gave them just coverage in the news columns. In other words Day tried to equalize his news accord- ing to practical value. It's hard to determine ho...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 1 February 1941

V x'Tnvw- ' W -1P Tflf ; ':if' .- 'i f J i Fit' THE H-SU BRAND flw W-rU jfw'i!f? Iff sv It-? ? V . i"1 ;t "7' Y tiv .V 'V' .. &'s H ft it I' 'Editorials Wm Cactus Jack A Bad Loser? Exchanges Campus Camera One of ho most outstanding and influential figures in tho history of American politics retired to privato life when Texas' own son John Nance Garner took leave of Washington after the presi- dential inauguration. He is not only- outstanding in length of service but also in record and reputa- tion. When the Democratic party nominated Franklin p. Roosevelt for a third term pcoplo talked about Mr. Garner. They said ho was a bad loser be cause he returned to his Texas home and didn't occupy his office of By" FRANK CLEVELAND "Do 'yu net toward your wife the same ns you did before you were mar- ried?" "Just tho same. I remember when I first fell in lovo with her. I would lean over tho fence in front of her houso and Raze at her shadow on the curtain afraid to go in. And I 1ct exactly...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 1 February 1941

TIIE H-SU BRAND -4- FtS BASKETBALLERS House Of David Quintet Comes To Corral Feb. 11 - II-SU's cngcrs took time out from the hnrclwood for fimil exnms mid registration for the spring semester nftcr InHt week's home and home twin bill with Daniel Baker and lone encounter with Howard Payne's Yellow Jackets but they settled down to the drill grind again Thursday. Firomra the ADELINE: By WACIL McNAIIt Although the Cowboy basketball- crs aren't burning up the headlines with victories this Benson somo queer things have hnppened In their games. All of which has tnado them more . popular with the fans than usual. For instance that second game with the West Texas Buffs was mentioned in many papers as n thriller because the game ended with only three men on the floor for each team. The scores up there were top heavy but they playd to .capacity crowds any- way. Another incident happened hero on the local court during the second game with Daniel Baker. On nn end to end pass by one of the Hillbi...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 1 February 1941

1ffrZ'r'fr v-i&f?r.v Pf4 TOE H-SU BRAND Home Ec Department Opens Drive For British Relief Washington Residents Marvel ab Uniform (Continued from page 1) the manly art of aolf defenso now be- cnuso Wednesday afternoon they were tho guests of J. Edgar Hoover and his F. B. I Later in tho evening they were tho gueal artists for the party of Miss Clara Driscoll "It was tho best trip I have ever mado in my life" was tho reply of Eugeno Neighbors when ho was ask- ed about tho trip. "I talked to John Garner Sam Samburn and Jesse Jones and they wero really swell. The main thing . that Interested George Walker was tho massive buildings. "I had no idea that they wero so large. It was really a surprise" he said. Frank Rainwater and Jerry Arm- brustcr are proud of their trip being presented with a gavel of tho House by the Speaker of the House Sam Rayburn. From reports that have come in tho time spent on tho train was ns interesting as tho timo spent on the trip to Tyler last fall. However b...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 8 February 1941

L .-.-.''.. . '!-. " r'" 2 ' LITTLEFIELD BALLET TO APPEAR HERE FRIDAY NIGHT ktfmm?i r v 'S. Vol. XXV Z7U H-SU Players Revive "Our Town " For pggpw I drop in at Horry Hayes' of fico once or twice each week. Not to see Harry because I might stay there for hours without negotiat ing a 5-ininute private conference with him but to poke around in his office and pick up a few bits of news. Harry always has news. He thrives on it and is nover sat- isfied without it. His office houses one of the busiest parts of tho University and every phase of his work is either directly or indirectly tied m with news gath- ering. Some may wonder why Harry's office is busy and others may wonder if he really has enough work to keep him occupied. But they have nover been to Harry's office and are not acquainted with the activities he handles for H-SU. Well for those who don't know here arc hie duties. First ho is field representative for H- SU; second ho handles ex-student correspondence and kcepB the ex- st...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 8 February 1941

w $ ?? 'v. '' : : v ; r Mik --" 'if' fc w . ' L ffB TMX H-BU BRAND Ps?pW!5ftf!0W M jvii 'laiBSW?" ?. r" v 'i I i fc' t f 4. a ft W f 1 ' Bft I ' J & - ferj iUi 5L .A !?&. -xr-l (Ap EfrW .fe S' ;- .' A wW'jSki. V Oditorials Exchanges (Samptts Camera Com To H-SU In a world of economic griefs and struggles agakst '.democracy H-SU is (settling down next Week to iBomc real fun I Womanhood is rising to meet'tke oeeaionand the campus is -going to sec Homo m-jiuna uuring me aays to como. Wo want to stress thoiact .that this-gamo is to bo played fairly. Steadies will either :havo to turn tables completely or take on whatever competition presents itself. You. little wallflowers will have the big-chance to emerge from that world .of bash- fulness and seriousness to see what it is all .like. And you roving Casanovas you might live to see what an inferiority complex is really liko. We're quite sure that various personality defects might come to light and the world of college life will go...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 8 February 1941

JjTvT THE H-SU BRAND race I HOUSE OF DAVID INVADES CORRAL TUESDAY NIGHT -f ". ft' U v f- Bearded Ouintct Features Tricky Ball Handling Game To Open Final Lap of Current Season For Ranchers Coach Uncle Joo Smith's H-SU cagcrs will sec their first action of tho new semester Tuesday night when the House of David quintot in- vades tho Corral for a ono night stand. Tho Cowboys" should be in fine con- dition for tho fray as they've had nearly two weeks of practice since their last game. Coach Smith is taking nothing for granted these days and tho grind has probably been moro strenuous than earlier in the season. Tho House of David hoopster are famous for their tricky ball hand- ling and their antics have found fa- vor with the fans over the entire North American Continent. For some 20 years they have been touring in the United States Canada and Mexico on barnstorming trips. Ordinarily they play 200 games in a season. During the past five years they havo won 048 games of 1052 played. Headi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 8 February 1941

Pat 4 THE H-SU BRAND Orchestra to Give Annual Spring Concert March 9 Local Institutions Educate Pioneer West Texas Families By KATIIERINE CALDWELL Rivaling tho proverbial inhabitant of tho shoo nro several Texas families who have contrary to tho heroine of tho nursery rhymo known what to do with their offsprings. Tho local institutions of higher learning name- ly Abilcno Christian College McMur- ry College and Hardin-Simmons Uni versity boast tho attendance of a number of theso families. Most notable and numerous of theso aro tho Featherstons and Caldwclls of Hnrdin-Simmons. Each family has had 15 mombcrs attend the unl vcrsity. Tho first of tho Feather- stons was enrolled in 1010. Solon Feathcrstin of Wichita Falls is now a member of tho board of trustees and Billy Fcathcrston is a sophomore in the Baptist school. Others of tho relatives who aro ox-students aro Charles Edward Elmer Emily Ida Mac Lorrcnia Moxlcy Robert Verna Gladys Winfield Woode and Mary Lou Ashburn. John Caldwell ...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 15 February 1941

JlucJzta tour Bbinf rm Rack Alive Vol. XXV Z714 IIAUDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXAS FEBRUARY 15 1911 No. 17 DAISY MAES ESCORT LI L ABNERS TO FORMAL FEED Other Events on Tap for 3 Days Of Sadie Hawkins WHAT WOULD ABRAHAM LINCOLN DO IN THE PRESENT WORLD SITUATION? "The world will little note nor long i (.'member whnt we say here but it enn never forgot whnt they did here. ... It is rather for us to be here dedicated to the threat task remaining before us thnt from these honored (lend we take inerensed devotion to thnt cnuso for which they gave the Inst full measure of devotion; thnt wo here highly resolve thnt these dead shall not have died in vain; thnt this nation under God shall have a new birth of fteedom and thnt gov- ernment of the people by the people for the people shall not perish fiom this enrth." Whnt would Abraham Lincoln who spoke these words at Gettysburg do if he were president of the United States today? How would he lenct to the present day crisis in Europe? Woul...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 15 February 1941

fffijp 'cwv'iRip v Tal '1 THE H-SU BRAND . ?$& (B" 1"' - l.'.-f ter- w "K Vf. H X . .f i J l.K -S' r.-r. tcr && M 7 Wt' S'7 ditoridls Exchanges Campus Camera Disorderly Chapel Conduct Injures H-SU Some people tako the attitude that criticism is ealy a spur to further wrong ami we're not going to reason with that kind of person. We're only asking his neighbors to squelch him for once and all. We're talking about chnpcl disturbances now you probably think "Oh that again!" but hon- estly don't you think that they are rather small- town collegiate t It isn't the kind of person that spurns criticism and makes a fool of himself in a vain attempt for admiration that will admit this although he will innerly but we're so proud of Hardin-Simmons that wo nearly burst. Oh yes wo criticize and gripe and criticizo and gripe but most of us have come back for more and brag when we go home and don't over think that school spirit isn't as strong in your neighbor as it is in your- self. "W...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 15 February 1941

Vf .lf- -.! THE H-SU BRAND I c fef i . 6 RANCHERS EMBARK ON FINAL ROAD TRIP OF SEASON Meet Texas Tech In Two Games at Lubbock Stronghold Conch Uncle Joe Smith and his H-SU bnskctballcrs nro in Lub- bock this week-end for n twin bill with Texas Tech's Red Raiders. First ganio of the scries was played Inst night and the finnlc will be reeled off tonight. Up to the present series with the Red Raiders tho Cowboys had won four of 13 games played nnd this is the last road trip on the regular schedule. The Raiders long since marked as one of the most powerful quintets in this section entered tho two-game petto seeking their 21st nnd 22nd wins of the year. Their latest victories were two games from tho New Mex- ico University Lobocs by scores of 34 to ID and G7 to 25. Coach Smith was pleased with the showing mnde by tho Ranchers against the House of David here Tuesday night nnd nlthough probably outclassed ho expects them to give creditable account of themselves on tho current trip. It is t...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 15 February 1941

s "VV" Par 4 THE H-SU BRAND k Speaker Tells Necessity Of New Ideas In Dramatics Speech Class Told To Avoid Routine In Writing Plays By LOUISti HEAVEK The aim of the playwright of the futuro will bo to revitalize tho thea- ter according to Mr. Bob Nail prom inent West Texas figure in dramatics and director of tho Fort Griffin Fan dangle annual community festival in Albany who Bpoko to members of tho speech classes of II-SU and Am leno Christian College Thursday aft- ernoon in Caldwell fine arts building. "Tho professional theater is tired and worn-out" Mr. Nail said "and tho aspiring playwright must bring fresh ideas to the stage." Mr. Nail director of dramatics in tho Albany High School and author of numerous short ploys was grad- uated from Princeton University. He has had experience in the University Theater organized by Henry Fonda James Stewart and other prominent Princeton alumni. Dialogue is tho most important thing to remember in writing a piny Nail cited and takes care of th...

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 — 22 February 1941

Tv -ZW1Zi?t ? ? Vn.'kV' """WflJ 3 BaikMaUQamU 4 Vol. XXV Z714 HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXAS FEBRUARY 22 1941 No. 18 PLAYERS TO PRESENT "OUR TOWN" THURSDAY NIGHT .t'ifVi'HWGr STUDENTS FREQUENT LIBRARY FOR STUDY nyaREBELHOPE A good book is the best of friends; Tho same today and forever. Hardin-Simmons University stu- dents prove this statement truo by tho fact thnt 485 of them checked out books last semester and around 225 students check out books each week. Bobbie Halle holds tho record for having read tho most books. His- tory biographies religion and liter- ature arc tho most popular fields into which they delve. Most H-SU stu dents should know well tho saga of It's doubtful that many stu- dents nre on tho campus today as the Brnnd leaves the press but here it is anyway. It's regrettable that wo arc not equipped suffi- ciently to change our schedule on a moment '8 notice. However that gossip column will keep until Monday for those who don't see it before then. Yes the st...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 22 February 1941

SMftw L 'J " ; Fat I THE H-SU BRAND !.. ! r Ef ' . fc " '.n ivi t t.. ' $'.:. fcV " - - W'K'- V '1 j- war- (v Editorials Exchanges Campus Camera Our Economic Problem Some people dream of n day when there will bo no relief rolls in the United States. It is all right to tako this optimistic attitude but wo doubt if tho dream will bo realized within the next cen- tury Tho ropo wc aro feeding out to tho unem- ployed to pull them over tho rough waves is likely to be found of infinito length. Of course the sit- uation can bo improved and probably is being gradually perhaps invisably adjusted at present. But thcro is a possibility that our unemployment problems of today has back of it causes that aro almost impossiblo to completely offset. It is our speeded up industrial processes that have created unemployment of today which may not bo relieved until tho nation has undergono great transforma- tions in its economic structure. Perhaps thcro is soino partial solution to the problem but it is...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 22 February 1941

!?'' ' '" tnfrfyjC'x'yijg THE II-SU BRAND res RANCHERS TO PLAY THREE GAMES HERE NEXT WEEK rs JJ"l Tech Red Raiders Rattlers Invade Corral in Finale With their rond liclicdulo com- pleted Coach Undo .loo Smith nnd his II-SU cngcrs settled down this week on the homo boards in prcpnrntion for three tilts next week. The strong St. Mnry's Univer- sity Rnttlcrs will make their only nppenrnnco ngninst the Cowboys this season here in the Corral next Wedncsdny night. The Rattlers lmvo enjoyed ono o their best sea- sons in years on the hardwood and may be expected to put a first class quintet on the floor. On Friday nnd Saturday nights Texns Tech's Red Raiders nro slated to repay the Ranchers' visit of last week to their Lubbock stronghold. Tho Saturday night affair will be the Benson flnnlo for tho Cowboys. Last week the moro experienced Raid- ers proved too much for tho Ranch- ers nnd swept both tilts of n two- game scries. Coach Smith stepped up the pace in drill to n fast clip this week a...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 22 February 1941

- twr' -"". vf " "" y i Pace THE H-SU BRAND "f" 1 k B& t$: 1 i y )ir H-S. U. RIDING SCHOOL IS DECORATED WITH MANY FAMOUS CATTLE BRANDS I Walls Of Stables Covered With Large Collection Recently A new chnptcr was ndded today to tho story of cattle branding already branded deep In the history of Texas. On tho walls of tho new stables of tho riding school at Hardln-Slmmons University in the heart of the West Texas cattlo and ranch country wns painted a notable collection of brands many of them famous and belonging to tho families of students in tho uni- versity its trustees or its patrons. Hardin-Simnisn3 University was founded as Simmons College by a group of cattlo men who believed in Christian education in 1891'nnd one particular collection of brands paid recognition to the Pnrrnmorc Mcr. chant and Cowden families pioneer ranchers numbered among its found ing fathers. First to be Inscribed was tho Dog Iron brand of the lute Will Rogers first honorary member of the Hardin Simmons ...

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

fTi'ir S5jfSP"Kwt .wi "Jtf Qatewdl edition "M"--' t(' . 9EL r """"" ""B BT """ h P" 3C3bp """ B Hb vLbI 1 1 . "" RUbwit Vol. XXV Z714 HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXAS MARCH 1 19 U No. 19 It seems that the imuiy coach- ing shnkeups just hod to ring II- SU into the deal and just when tlfe campus was beginning to draw nn easy breath too. Baylor made many a fan in this part of the country Monday. Of course Cow- boy backers arc still Cowboy backers but there isn't a single fan around here that won't pull for Kimbrough and and his Bears in the Southwest conference race. Of course on September 27 we'll be after his scalp and nothing would please the Rnnchcrs more than to be nblc to pin a defeat on the "Mighty Dutchman" just to make sure that he get's his boys in fine condition for his confer- ence slate. But coach hunting is the order of the day on the Forty Acres now. Many applications have come in already but the list hasn't been made public. However there is the usual talk by the...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 1 March 1941

Tipf" T V'V"" ".. U ' fV y -? Vitti THE M-SU BRAND - ' : ? u. i I - 'k L jr (. xta c p c W 'Editorials xchatigcs Campus Camera AaMtkaa Cooperation 4 Mseh progress has been made in recent yenrs to- ward a closer co-operation between North and South America both in tho way of business and trade and in foreign policies. However there is still a long hill to climb be- fore the two continents can reach tho point they have been seeking. That is virtual exclusion of outBide influences and outside interference.. It would bo a marked step forward if the two Americas could so arraugc their problems as to set- tle them together and havo tho bulk of trade tak- ing place between each other. This is still a far off goal but progress has been Bade. Tho Big Brother policy taken by tho United States may or may not bo tho right way to further the aims but it has proven its benefits so far. And certainly it now seems that the only way to avoid foreign entanglements is to work together and trade togeth...

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