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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 1 March 1941

JSr1 R "F$P?' d. " " 1j ".. S- f fc: "ftj j THE H-SU BRAND COWBOYS OVERPOWER ST. MARY'S RATTLERS r r .lin ; .; r . Close Season Tonight With Tech Red Raiders The Cowboy cngors completely overpowered the St. Mary's Rat- tiers Monday night to take a high scoring fray 64 to 52 in the Corral. The Handlers turned in one of their best performances of the year in tabbing their fifth victory of the 1941 campaign. Coacli Uncle Joe Smith found it necessary to use only one extra man and that when Jonny Boron starting guard fouled off. Accurate basket snooting by Truott Rattan stocky forward and Porter Osborne center kept the Rattlers be- hind from beginning. The Ranchers giabbcd an early lead which the St. Mary's boys were never able to head. Rattan was high point man with 23 and Osborno mado 20. Tho Rattlers staged a rally at the beginning of the second half but it was to no avail. Tho Texas Tech Red Raiders called at the Corral last night for tho first of a two-game scries. The second match ...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 1 March 1941

' 'l w-SJ wpv r ' v. r v rl f -If?!1 PI4 THE ft-SU BRAND J7 PJPV " "J N - -"-V 7 "Brand" Is Approaching Twenty-fifth Birthday Mrs. Dan Moody Was First Editor It's true I A woman was tho first editor of the H-SU Brand. It was nwny back 25 years nijo and that woman was Mildred Pnxlon who later became tho wifo of a governor of tho State of Texas Dan Moody. Sho was largely responsible for tho beginning of tho movement which furnished Hardin-Simmons with its present weekly publication. It was in 1010 whilo sho was serv- ing as editor of the Corral that Miss Paxton and Raymond Foy tho busi- ness manager now with tho Dallas News hit upon the idea for tho news paper. However beforo their plan could oven bo given u try they had to sccuro tho approval of both the facul- ty and tho student body. At first tho faculty thought it was n preposterous idea. Professor P. W. Williams voiced tho sentiments of almost all when ho said that a school the size of Simmons could not put out n weekly newspnper...

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

Vol. XXV Z714 HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXAS MARCH 8 1941 No. 20 RELIGIOUS EMPHASIS WEEK BEGINS MONDAY Thnnks Mr. Marion B. McClure and the Cowboy Band. If every- one took llio hints so gently dropped in the Brand in the fine spirit tlint you did people might conic to believe that the press isn't totally dead. The Brand attempts to cover your activities (and they ore many) in the best manner pos- sible and you showed by your re- sponse Tuesday that you arc glad to cooperate in your best way in the movement for more musical chapel programs. An institution with as many musical organizations as II-SU should never bo in want of pro- grams for the student body. Could be that the Cowboy Band put pres- sure on other musical groups with the quality of their Tuesday program. However that remains to be seen. If other orgnizations arc reluctant to play for the stu- dents in the future it may bo as- sumed that they arc willing to concede tho band superiority without challenge. Once aga...

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

' ! THE H-SU BRAND Br a tr- ! 4; i 'v..'- .- ttr'- : j.v vv- &' ' y j " fW) r y . :'-v JP''' ;-'yv Sclitoridls 7500 Lost Here Last Week Exchanges Campus Camera Tho above headline is not a typographical error. It merely brings up again tho question "Why go to colleger' Nobody lost that amount of money in actual dollars and cents but it is estimated that several hundred H-SU students combined lost the equivalent of no less than $7500 last week because of class absences. Records in the dean's offico show that approxi- mately 1000 class absences were recorded last week and apparently a large per cent of these were outright cuts. Maybe a number of students picked that week to tako tho two "frco" cuts allowed by the administration but even so the figure is many times larger than it should be for an institution of this size. It seems that few students tako into considera- tion the fact that they are cutting nobody's throat bu their own when they miss closscs. It's a matter of no person...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 8 March 1941

M L i if- 'V t' 1- I. ft ft- TEXAS TECH RED Ranchers Strong In Early Stages But Fade Quickly Texas Tech's powerful Red Haiders throCtlcd the Cowboys in two games Friday and Saturday nights by scores of 52 to 27 and 49 to 31 to wind up the 1941 court activities for the Ranchers In Friday night's game the Raiders found the basket consistently but met heated resistance during the first half. Although outclassed most of the way the Cowboys at times showed some of their best basketball of the year. From the SIDELINE! By WACIL McNAM Frank Kimbrough now is able to size up H-SU's football prospects from the standpoint of coach of a ri- val team and quite naturally ho was more willing than ever before last week to express his opinion on strength of the Ranchers. Nothing he said was Intended to put pressure on his successor. Only n moment's conversation with the genial Dutch- man is ricccssnry to learn that he still is interested in the H-SU boys nnd would like to sec them nil mnko good. But ...

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

"""WWjUV ' wryyiry "rr " TTVvT-"' P-fM M p r r W. Pf4 THE H-SU BRAND Y. W. H. MEETS FOR HOUSE HARDIN-SIMMDHS CAMPUS THIS WEEK END 150 Girls Register At Mary Frances Hall By GITA BUMI'ASS "Yc arc the light of the world" Is the thcmo of tho Y. W. A. house party on tho H-SU campus this week-end. About 150 Y. W. A. girls from tho seventeenth district registered at Mary Frances hall at 2 p.m. yester- day for tho meeting. Tho first of tho program was at 3:30 Friday In the parlors of Mary Frances hall with Mrs. P. D. O'Brien district Young People's secretary presiding. Praise service was held by Elizabeth Duck and the devotional "The Wise Shall Shine" by Retta Irving and Grace McBride. The Golden Girls quartet gavo special numbers. The wclcomo addresses were given by Dr. W. R. White H-SU president; Dell Johnson president of H-SU Y. W. A.; and Mrs. J. B. Buckley prcsl dent of W. M. U. District 17. The response to the welcome was presented by Billyo Cole Cisco. Mrs. P. D. O'Brien talked on O...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 15 March 1941

& l3 ' ' ! J Vol. XXV Z714 HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXAS MARCH 15 1941 No. 21 Noted Speakers To Attend Dr. White's Inauguration UVT KON' An interesting story this week conies from three offices in the administration building. These offices are situated one above the other. Professor Arrant's office occupies spnee on the ground floor while just above on the sec- ond floor Deans Campbell and Stephenson and Dr. Watts have joint offices and above them on the third floor is the suite of Field Representative Harry H. Hayes. It's an ideal set-up for a group of men with a sense of humor. Probably it is Prof. Arrant's gen- ial personality that causes him to bear the brunt of many practical jokes of other faculty members. Anyway theso offices have been named (by Harry Hayes I suspect). Since his office is on the top floor Hayes calls it "Heaven." Dean Campbell Dean Stephenson and Dr. Watts do their work on "Earth" according to Hayes and he never fails to emphasize "Then there's ...

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

me' :M' rr" v -f s Piet THE H-BU BRAND ft i. I LA W $m y - Si ist W" I'4f! l: kv fr .'V . '' "V As .t K-j' jiJv .7w'y t;.;;-j; ! r. tf '?.. r- Editorials Exchanges By GITA BUMPASS Campus Camera Aa Inevitable Ckah As World War II increases its intensity with reinforced armies facing each other on a new Bal- kan front it becomes moro apparent than ever that anyone believing that peace was restored at the close of the last war is merely kidding himself. Americans profess to celebrate peace each Armis tice anniversary but in reality they havo been cele- brating nothing more than an Armistice. Tho Armistice has few characteristics even closely re- lated to peace. On that historic November day in 1918 diplomats of opposing forces didn't sign peace terms but only came to agreement on postpone- ment of hostilities as has been indicated at various times since. And contrary to at least a portion of popular conception cause of the present war is not alto- gether Hitler's jealousy of the Britis...

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

sNjVipr: ' t5 v THE H-8U BRAND Pt TV Jtf ck. h it RANGERS OPEN LEAGUE SCHEDULE MONDAY WITH A. C. C. Postpone Baylor TUt; May Visit Major League Camp Cold north winds and cloudy Rkics continued to hamper the Hanger hnschallers this week causing a second postponement of a scheduled exhibition tilt with the Abilene Christian College Wildcats. The Rangers and Cats had agreed to meet in a practice tus- sle Wednesday but near freezing temperatures made it necessary to move the date up to Thursday. However the weather did not moderate enough to allow play and the game has been postponed indefinitely. Assistant Conch Truman Crouchr nnd Manager Ralph Beard both re- mained Indoors most of the week nursing sore throats nnd wishing for West Tcxns sunshine. The .Rangers hnvc not been nblc to drill enough yet for pitchers and infielders to round into playing condition. Baylor Date Changed The March 20 date with the Bay- lor Bears also has been changed. The Bears entered into a previous agree- men...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 15 March 1941

"(" as3 UW Pat 4 THE H-8U BRAND r IV r 5r 91 High School Students Attend Speech Tourney 01 students from 10 schools attend- ed the declamation and extemporan- eous divisions of tho high school speech tournament at H-SU March 8. Winners in tho contest were Wich- ita Falls and North Dallas with two first placo winners and Abilene and Stamford with one each. H-SU cooperated with Abileno high school in being host to tho speakers. Tho debate division of tho contest was held at Abilene high. Two preliminary rounds in tho dec- lamation and extemporaneous speech wcro held before the final Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Nora Evcrton and Miss Kath- arine Boyd of H-SU and Miss Pansy Gardner arid Miss Bonnie Speck of Abilene high assisted Prof. W. A. Stephenson. Bronze medals to first place win- ners silver medals to second place winners and loving cups to schools winning first place were given as awards. The divisions number entered and winners in each were: junior boys declamation six entered first...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 22 March 1941

)&&& WARREN WOODSON ELECTED COWBOY COACH XXV Z714 Today II-SU pnys tribute to n man who was directly responsible in n large part for the building of the school Dr. .1. D. (Proxy) San- defer. The administration has been planning an appropriate lneniorial service for several weeks. Just one year ago death of this outstanding educator and leader occurred. Few students in II-SU today knew him personally be- cause illness made it necessary for him to release his active duties as president in 1938. But not only the students and alumni but people all over the world knew him by reputation. For more than !10 years he served II-SU as president and saw it grow largely through his efforts from an obscure college to a well- known university. Proxy's ideals and clean living made deep impressions upon thou- sands of students.. He was also one of the most respected college heads in the country and at the time of his death was dean of col- lege and university presidents of Texas. His fri...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 22 March 1941

I THE H-SU BRAND i :. ' I & r ? it v h l L 9 - 4. fctii f Dili's V V;' cw' t k M vA F Sditorials Exchanges Campus Camera By GITA BUMPAS9 Why do the most important men on the campus always get tho prettiest girls 7 Why you conceited thingl The Collegian and Conscription Only one short year ago a nation-wldo poll re- vealed that tho great majority of tho youth of America college age were strongly opposed to Lamentation anything that might smack of militarism or war. oh for the life of a collcgo girl" Tho cry far and near was that tho youth of Amcr- An ancient Dowager said. ica would not fight many saying that tho only if only she knew each collcgo girl thing that would bring them to carrying a gun Docs often wish she wcro dead was an invasion of tho North American continent When the Spanish test comes just at by some hostile power. But hark tho new attitude 1 Only recently hun- dreds of thousands of the nations young men reg- istered for compulsory military training and they did i...

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

ff&ffZfm. - i a1 TOE H-8U DRAND ERRORS DEFEAT RANGERS IN FIRST LEAGUE MATCH Wildcats Win TUt On Ranger Miscues; Army Nine Forfeits Although held to fivo hits by Ranger moutulsincn the Abilene Christian Collcgo Wildcats took ndvnntngc o several errors to down the II-SU bnsbclnllcrs 8 to 2 Wednesday at Lunday field. For the first time this season the Rangers fielded a full aggro- gation of regulars but lack of practice and hitting power gave the Wildcats a distinct advantage. An nrmy camp team wns slated to meet tho Rangers Wednesday but forfeited. Tho A. C. C. tilt was play- ed' to make up the game scheduled for Monday which was postponed because of cold weather. Pclly Evans Marsh Poster and Willis each did turns on tho mound for tho Rangers. Pellcy puzzled tho Wildcats with his slants during tho first thrco Innings nnd didn't give up a single hit. Tho Rangers collect- ed thrco safeties off Wildcat pitchers but miscues from afield led to their downfall. Garvin Beauchamp veteran f...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 22 March 1941

.jj-.. XHrSw-j?V' -wisN!wiCTx'f''"' mfrJimlgRy&ti!1 '' Pat 4 TOE H-SU BRAND Dr. White Makes Speaking Tour of Georgia Cities Dr. W. R. White HnrdhvSimmons University president will spend noxt week In n scries of speaking: cngngo- ments on Chrlstlnn Education to bo delivered in several Georgia cities. "All tho way from Atlanta to Amcrlcus" said Dr. Whlto ns ho loft Thursday with a stopover scheduled at Fort Worth that night for an ad- dress at a brotherhood banquet at tho Travis Avcnuo Baptist Church there. Dr. L. R. Scarborough president of tho Southwestern Baptist Theolog- ical Seminary who spoke. in chapel at H-SU Thursday morning accompan- ied Dr. Whito to Fort Worth. Cowgirl Band Leaves On Spring Tour (Continued from page 1) sponsoring the Cowgirl's program while nt Ft. Stockton the high school band is sponsoring it. Ex-Cowboy Floyd Reeves is tho superintendent nt Ft. Stockton. Thursday morning tho Cowgirl band will give n program nt Balmorhen nt 8:45; Van Horn nt 10:46 (wher...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 29 March 1941

junior edition. jiuuvi edition Vol. XXV Z714 IIARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXAS MARCH 29 1941 No. 23 JUNIOR JUBILEE TO BE STAGED WEDNESDAY NIGHT Houston Every aspiring journalist from this particular school sits for hours just dreaming vhnt it would be like to write the Brand- ing Iron. . . . And we personally decided a long time ago that when The Chance came along we'd take it like n veteran and not make any of those traditional remarks about the hard life of an editor or burning the midnight oil or long long hours at the typewriter. Well we've changed our mind maybe the dear public should know maybe we ought to crusade in behalf of ailing editors the world over! We've always been great ones for late hours but this newspaper job has the whole thing sort of run in the ground if you sec what we mean. But the secret of the success of any jour- nalist reporter and editor alike lies in the fact that he will go through fire and high-water work himself down to skin and bones and glo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 29 March 1941

t vs B$U PacaS THE n-SU BRAND I. l.""st fr I t fe Jvr fc. Sr Ei- & Re - i.. Editorials Exchanges War Must Have A Reason Since somo of us nro likely to be giving our lives for this gigantic progrnm called National Defense wo havo begun asking ourselves tho "why" of it all and wo'ro a bit wary of this thing called "draft" and with somo right too. Brought up in a depression-ridden world with vanishing horizons and decreasing opportunity for tho more abundant life youth has come to look at things a little more skeptically and doubtfully than their forefathers. Things ho has learned don't just happen without a reason. This war must have a reason ! Is it the age-old story of tho Good Fairy versus the Evil Old Witch T Or has tho coming of civilization made tho people of tho earth more savage t Is war just an unavoid- able inheritance from the Stone .Age! Can't the peoples of tho earth learn to contain themselves with the vast materials nature has given themt Or must a war come every 20...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 29 March 1941

THE H-SU BRAND Fffl Spring Football Training To Begin Monday Afternoon Coach Woodson to Hold Regular DriU For Thirty Days Parrnmore field will resound with the sharp contact of blocking pads Monday as Coach "Warren Woodson sends his Cowboys through their first lesson in spring training. Coach Woodson reported for duty last week-end and has been busily engaged this week shaping up plans for the spring session. Actual training will hold sway for approximately 30 days and be cli- maxed with the annual intra- squad game on high school senior day April 2G. Tho new mentor already has called the Ranchers for two blackboard ses- sions in which ho briefly outlined his system and gave information regard- ing training rules. Woodson spent the better part of the week checking up on equipment nnd getting it in shape for tho actual training period. On Monday and Thursday meetings were held in the "skull practice" room and first equipment was issued Thursday afternoon. All players are expected to ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 29 March 1941

PK 4 THE H-SU BRAND Cowgirl Band Returns From Annual Spring Tour Tho Cowgirl Band returns today from ono of tho most nttrnctivo and successful tours in tho history of tho sister organization to tho Cowboy band. Tho tour started at Winters at 8:30 on Monday morning. Other concerts played on Monday wcro at Ballinger and Miles for morning and afternoon performances and nt Sonora for tho night performance. Tuesday's schedule included Ozona Big Lake McCamey and Barnhart. Wednesday's schedulo was Crano at 8:45 Iraan at 11; and Fort Stockton at 8:30 that night. The schedule for Thursday included Balmorhea Vjnn Horn and Yslcta. Friday morning tho Cowgirl band completed tho tour at El Paso. They presented programs at Austin High School and El Paso High School. Fol. lowing tho concerts they mado a pleasure tour of Juarez nnd El Paso. Those making tho trip were Dor- othy Kclloy Winnie Dean Modgling Margaret Burns Betty Mcintosh Wanda DcPew Dorothy Newman Mary Hal Holland Bobbie McWhor- tcr Jea...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 5 April 1941

SofJtomof edition. Sofdtom&i SditiOH Vol. XXV Z7M HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXAS APRIL fi 1911 No. 24 JOURNALISM CONGRESS BE HELD ON HSU CAMPUS FRIDAY r Carver Begins New Pastorate At University Church Sunday 1133 A grout deal of recognition lins been given to the Cowboy Band and the many other musical or- ganizations of II.SU but I am sure that the students hnvo not fully realized the importance and value of Mr. Preston's Cowgirl Band. They certainly showed West Tex- as last week that they arc well rounded musicians and I tip my hat to the girls of the band Mr. Preston and Harry Hayes for making such a splendid record on their tour to El Paso. A few of the young ministers thought they had really done something when they walked out of chapel last "Wednesday. It may have been smart to them but to many it was an act that will not be forgotten. It seems that men of college age should know how to conduct themselves in public but maybe these few still have minds that have no...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 5 April 1941

" jt" I 1" !-- THE H-BU BRAND lJH ;. 1 r 8 If.-1- Irt v W?- f- " . V . ir. L 'iPPw- Wrfi-tf't w:;w- "Aa" !?' u b- . ? vfl 't. H ftf " Sditoridls Benefits of the Riding School Exchanges - Campus Camera The now" riding school promises to be one of the most important assets to li-SU that has been addccK in the last few years. Nothing could bo moro ap- propriate than such a school in an institution that has featured the Cowboy atmosphere as has II-SU. A number of schools have riding academies in. By OITA BUMPASS Little rows of zeros Not 10 very quaint Makes my graduation Look as though it ain't. Yellow Jacket Coed: "I would like a book please." Shopman: "Something light t" Coed: "That doesn't matter I have connection with their recreation programs but tHisViny car with me." is tno only one in tms part or tuo country mat is located on tho campus aud operated by the school cuthbert: "You are the sunshine of Most riding academics aro operated near campuses my jjfC) aarllns'. and by someone...

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