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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 5 April 1941

1 THE H-SU BRAND ri n Af 1 1 iS' 111 ' J4; SPRING FOOTBALL TRAINING BEGAN LAST MONDAY 45 Squadmen Out For 30 Day Drill Some 45 squadmcn and letter men were on hand for the first day of spring football training last Monday ench one eager to do his part In pre- paring a winning team for next fall. The first day's practlco was short and snappy starting off with warm- ing up exercises. For the next hour the new mentor gavo them Instruc- tions in blocking group work and ended the practice with conditioning exercises. Coach Woodson is trying to find the strongest backfleld and has been shifting the men in various positions to give each man a chance to show his nbllity. Woodson plans to use tho Notre Dame box and the professional "T" formations emphasizing the latter which was used by Frank Kimbrough. The Cowboys were taken by sur- prise Monday when Coach Woodson announced that there would be no workout on April 1 a traditional cam- pus holiday. In the dash races II. C. Burrus reg- ular ri...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 5 April 1941

PK4 N THE H-8U BRAND Pi Kappa Delta Meet Held On H-S Campus Last Week Wnndn Mao Clements sophomore student at H-SU won second place In the women's poetry reading divi- sion at the Province of Lower Mis- sissippi Pi Kappa Delta meet here on the campus March 27 28 and 29. North Texas State Teachers Col- lope nt Denton was the college win- ning the most honors in the meet. The Denton school won five places two firsts and three thirds. Prof. V. A. Stephenson of Hardin- Simmons lieutenant governor of the Province was in charge of the meet assisted by the local Pi Kappa Delta chapter the Oratorical and Debating Council and the Speech department. Ninety contestants from 19 schools In Mississippi Arkansas Oklahoma Louisiana and Texas attended. Finals In all contests except debate wcro held at a banquet Friday night March 28 In the Cafeteria. Debate finals took place Saturday morning. Winners in the divisions and the schools they represented were: After dinner speakers: 1st place Mary Helen ...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 19 April 1941

V TO. CditioH Vol. XXV Z714 HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY AI1ILENE TEXAS APRIL 19 1941 No. 25 Senior CditiQH - High School Seniors fORlIIER H-S. U. STUDEHT KILLED tun line put ; Lconco Stephenson 22-year-old for- mer student of Hardin-Simmons Uni- versity wns killed Inst Monday morn- ing nt Snn Angclo. Stephenson wns in training there in the nir corps when ho plunged to his denth in his training pluno from a height of 700 feet. Ho wns alone when his plnne crash- cd in n pasture about 25 miles cast of San Angclo. First arrivals at the scene found him dead in the plane's cockpit. His home was at Wylio where he received his high school education be- fore entering Hardin-Simmons in the fall of 1036. Lconcc son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl W. Stephenson now of Sweetwater was born in Armona Calif. While he was in Hardin-Simmons he was an all around student being a varsity debater speech major and the first sophomore to bo elected edi- tor of The Brand. He was to serve ns editor during his junior year...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 19 April 1941

TM'- T "vf Patel THE H-SU BRAND i tf - -i -. r- O'- C -'Si. rV -'- rjiTS .... s. v W h. Sditoridls Exchanges Campus Camera War We're Already in It Bay buddy what did you mean just then when you said it looks liko America is heading toward war! If you'll stop and think back over your history a little you will come to the conclusion that Amer- ica has already been in this World .War II for several morths now. What did. tho United States do in 1914 1 Why she began lending money and materials to these warring nations of Europe that she wished to see win. Things began to boom over here. Yep you've heard Dad tell how much money he made off his cotton crop that year. It was easy to get a job and money came easy some- thing liko things are happening today. The United States kept giving "all-out" aid to the Allies to keep them on top while she prepared her man- power to go overseas. See any resemblance be- tween that situation and tho one here today t What's always back of all wars! No don't...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 19 April 1941

'"j'T ""V. vi " r ' ry r ! f'3 - -R-T-y iW t THE H.gU BRAND ni COWBOYS RAIDERS TO RENEW GRID FEUD NOVEMBER 20 Ranchers Schedule 12 Foes for FaU Three Home Tilts On Tap; One More Pending One of the greatest gridiron rivalries in the sports annals of West Tcxns will flare anew next November 20 after a lapse of five years when the H-SU Cowboys journey to Lubbock to engage the lied Raiders of Texas Tech. Announcement of the come which completes the Cowboys' 1041 slate was inndo Saturday by G. I). Sando- fcr graduate manager of athletics. Although the two schools signed only a one-year contract Sandefcr Indicated II-SU and Tech would work out a long term arrangement for a homo and home series. Under this plan the Raiders would come to Abi- lene in 1042. The Ranchers and Raiders met for the last time in 1035 Tech beating the locals 0 to 0 in the first game for Hardln-Simmons under Frank Kim- brough's tutelage. There was a break in all relations between the institutions later In the year f...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 19 April 1941

t. Pf4 THE H-BU BRAND I? I IV Noted Editors Journalists Visiting Students Much Impressed by H-SU Hospitality Somo 140 delegates from colleges and universities in Texas. Oklahoma and Louisiana attended tho 14th an nual convention of the Southwestern Journalism Congress hold on the II SU campus April 11 and 12. Eleven of the 13 member schools sent representatives. Oklahoma Unl verslty and Tulanc wero tho only members without delegates attend ing. Program .opened Friday morning with a concert by the Cowboy Band followed by tho invocation by Major Henry D. Buchanan. 45th Division chaplain. Dean L. G. Campbell II SU Dean of Liberal Arts and How ard McMahon assistant publisher of tho Reporter-News gave the welcom- ing addresses and response was giv en by Prof. Lester Jordan of South crn Methodist University. Speakers on the Friday morning program included Capt. Frederick R. Stofft of tho 4Cth Division Public Relations office; Wendell Bedlchck managing editor of tho Reporter- News; Bob Whi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 26 April 1941

Welcome ' JfifU School SenioM Vtecomm Jtifk School SttioM Vol. XXV Z714 HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ADILENE TEXAS APRIL 26 1941 No. 26 DR. WHITE'S INAUGURATION BEGINS TOMORROW ml aUfu B B II TB M. 0PihP B B-B iji B B I B i&En-ao i. High School Seniors Here Today A hearty "West Texas welcome to all of you high school seniors visiting our campus today 1 High School Senior Day lias grown to be one of the largest festive occa- sions sponsored Ity II-StT. It is the hope of those in charge that every visitor here today will he able to witness a representative cross section of campus life as it is lived and enjoyed by II-SU stu- dents every day during the school year. Our students and faculty mem- bers can't help but boast a little aver this senior day idea. Jinny colleges and universities send representatives to high schools for the purpose of telling seniors of the ndvantnges their respective institution has to offer. But it is reasonable to believe that the mat- ter is solved in a muc...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 26 April 1941

'(!$?' W -p wj 0 t'l K" Paget THE H-SU BRAND r' wr- W f.7 Ma .A r. Wf - "1 1 1 V" ty lfjf lu V k 'x 3' .. :.. 'I -t w t-jj. 3"C '"' f 4. V v . J 1 1 ' 1' - . s5 " Kt 'm. if i& ' .. Lm I.-L Editorials ' - What's Happening to the Unions? It y appear strange to. some that publio opin- ion has tamed overwhelmingly against organized labor in the present-day disputes with industries Manufacturing materials for national defense. Few people question the soundness of the principles of labor unions. As tho general public sees it they were founded primarily to protect tho working man from unfair wages and working conditions. Tho fairness of such an organization can hardly bo denied. But radical tactics can go far toward minimiz- ing tho effectiveness of any movement especially in America. The only radicals and fanatics that have managed to survive through the years in tho United States with any notable success are Brook- lyn Dodger baseball fans and several times each year their cause rece...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 26 April 1941

ras rStytv8 rfT7r ". rTT"i f' T 'A ."i. it THE M-8U BRAND ni -v 5.' - k .-J -" . v $ ' t; ' l i 1 $' I. ' I h- " f i' frasW . w ' RED AND GOLD SHIRTED COWBOY GRIDDERS PLAY TODAY Aerial Battle Is Predicted In Intra-Squad Fray Coach Warren Woodson will tako tho wraps off his streamlined edition of tho 1041 gridiron Cowboys this afternoon on Parramoro field when his proteges barge into action against each other as tho Golds and Reds. This regulation intra-squad game will bring to n climax Senior Day festivities on the Hardin-Simmons campus. Much preparation has been made for today's game with Coach Wood- son dividing his squad into two teams Thursday and allowing them to work together as units the remainder of the week. Cowboy football followers in these parts will probably be in for some surprises this afternoon when they sec the Ranchers executing full re- verses and other plays peculiar to the Notre Dame box and T formations. Last fall tho Cowboys stuck mainly to the double wing for...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 26 April 1941

W ' tf M-w PC4 Tom M-iU BftAMD Cowboy Band Plays For Champion Rodeo Tho Cowboy Bond mode a trip to Dublin Friday to take part in a pro- gram by tho world's championship rodeo at the Lightning C Ranch. All stock for tho famous rodeo is taken from tho Lightning C and gath- ered by Everett Colburn. For tho past few months they havo been in their winter quarters at Dublin. Tho Cowboy Band has performed with them at Madison Squaro Garden and several other rodeo centers. INAUGURAL SPEAKERS c. CREDIT JEWELER 209 Pino Abilene Texas Yellow Cab and TSTwjsjwflr-"" wwr; .- j' VkP rftf8 PORTAGE DOUBLE TONES mm r4 F DR. J. R. SAMPEY DR. CLIFFORD B. JONES DR. PAT M. NEFF Soldiers Move to Maneuver Fields By BERFORD O'DELL The buglo sounds 20000 soldiers begin rolling their packs darting in and out of their tents in preparation for n 14-mile march into the moun- tains west of Camp Barkclcy. Within 45 minutes they are on their way. A 13-mile convoy is formed with 305 trucks rolling through the dark- ...

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

A. tt.JWU4. .' Studmnt CUctioH SUUd Wednmidau Should Vot Vol. XXV Z714 HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXAS MAY 3 1941 No. 27 DR. WM. R. WHITE FORMALLY INSTALLED HEAD OF HSU k.tt irf4- y-- fc. jma. w fcy-. ( . Dorothy ThompsonAttacks Dictators On H-S. U. Stage Two thousand persons jammed the University auditorium Satur- day night to hear Dorothy Thompson eminent woman journalist rip Hitler Stalin and Mussolini and the tri-powcr ullinncto shreds. For more than an hour and a half speaking with vibrant foree Miss Thompson played jpn the moods of her audience sometimes shouting and sometimes speaking with soft mellow tones purring as a kitten. Throughout the speech she gave the impression of whole- hearted conviction. As a residt of last week's omis- sion of the "gossip column" more comment by readers was heard than at any other time this year. Heretofore editors huve realized that this column is some- thing of a tradition in the Brand and regarded its wide reader in- terest as concl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 3 May 1941

'.ST' fd v . I. Patl THE H-8U BRAND .s- mi fctf ii y Bditorials Cast A Wise Ballot Wednesday Next week II-SU students will vote by popular ballot for their student officers for the 1941-42 year. Nomiuatious have been completed nnd the official candidates announced. Twelve days have been provided for campaigns ending Tuesday night with the final big rally. By Wednesday morning every student in II-SU should bo familiar with all candidates and there- fore be able to make wise choices for the various offices. Student elections arc regarded as some- what a lark many times. But seriousness is imper- ative for more reasons than one. Our student government is a valuable asset to both the students and tho administration. Its work may seem unimportant much of tho time but thero arc many cases when this work is indispen- sable. ' Tho cry that our student government has no power is heard often. However wiscness in choos- ing officers and interest shown by students in tho work they do can make t...

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

I THB H-8U BRAND Pal h - GOLDS Senior Day Tilt Ends Spring Drills For Rancher Squad Some GOO spcctntors braved fre- quent showers Saturday to watch the Golds eke out a 7 to 0 win over the Reds in the annual intra- sqund Cowboy football tilt. A large part of the crowd was made up of high Hchool seniors here for the II-SU senior day. The game brought to a close spring training activities for the Ranchers. Treacherous footing nnd a wet ball caused by two days of rain kept of- fensive work stymied most of the aft- ernoon. The lono tally came in the third period when End II. C. Burrus leading scorer for tho Ranchers dur- ing the past two seasons gathered in a pass from Transfer Bobby Carter in tho north end zone. Co-captain Murray Evans center for the Golds added the extra point from placement. In the Golds' line-up wcro most of the holdovers from last fall's un- beaten untied eleven and others ex- pected to mako strong bids for start- ing berths next season. Battling against terrific od...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 3 May 1941

X Hfir -". "f PK4 THE H-8U BRAND i Cnnrfidntosi Maho llxnnl List ut rre-Llection Promises (Editor's Note It is the policy each yenr for tho Brand to publish without chnrgo platforms of candi- dates for all student offices In one issuo immediately before election. Several candidates did not submit platforms before press dcadllno and therefore these wore not printed. None was left out intentionally). No candidates for president of the student body submitted platforms. Tho official list follows: RILEY IIIIOOKS CONNELL TAYLOR DEAN WALSH II. C. IIURRUS MAX NUNN No candidates for vice-president of the student body submitted platforms. Tho official list follows: TRUKTT RATTAN LEON AUTREY LOUISE LE MOND For Student Council Secretary If elected secretary I will do all within my power to make tho stu dent council one of tho most profi- cient groups on the campus. I will work always for the interest of the students cooperating with both tho administration and the student body I stand for close...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 10 May 1941

TWW?;! A. '-'" .ll!;";-.v;""'' -'! ymsV!frit l .... Vol. XXV Z714 HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXAS MAY 10 1941 No. 28 BROOKS NAMED STUDENT PRESIDENT; AUTREY VICE PREXY l t i l I WlPi Although politics tins held the spotlight on the campus thiswcck the campaigns for the most part were extremely mild in compari- son to former years. Even the sign painting and handbill dis- tribution which accounted for most of the activities again this year was far below that of cam- paigns heretofore. The turnout for the big rally Tuesday night was also- below par. Several other activities scheduled for the same night might be the reason. However the results of the va- rious races show several upsets giving the outcome practically the same interest as always. There has long been an argu- ment over the benefits of cam- paigns and speeches in student elections. The races this year seem to confirm the belief of those placing a great deal of faith in the advantages of n clever cam- paign and well ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 10 May 1941

T s?6J- . - -i 'O V I Tt THE H-SU BRAND fe It:' IK"1 v I. B ti-'" i '. IV Vv i y A -V : fcv 1 it ?- i SSr .r. ir v J''' . ?"" ;! .-i . r it. Editorials A. WeakneM of Society Are leaders in the natural sciences inventions and mechanical production superseding Readers of the science of economics and the adaptability of society with their present-day genius t This 'might well become a much discussed ques- tion among American people or even the whole world. Since the beginning of modern industrial- ism inventions and developments in the productive systems have produced outstanding accomplish- ments. But theso developments designed for tfie most part t& aid society often present problems such as destruction and danger. The automobile which in America is no longer considered a luxury but rather a necessity stands out as a prominent example of the rapidity of mechanical development. However it is pointed out by statisticians that the annual death toll re- sulting from automobile accide...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 10 May 1941

THE H-gU BRAND rt RANGERS LOSE McMurry 158th Infantry Triumph In Slugf ests The H-SU Rangers absorbed two defents this week in slugfests ut Liindny field one administered by the McMurry Indians Tuesday and another by the 158th Infantry nine Wednesday. The Indians showered three Ranger inoundsmen for a total of 20 hits and 18 runs while. Bob Shclton Brave pitcher checked the local batsmen with only four safeties and three tallies. Myron Wagnon who divided time in center field and on first base scored two of the Ranger tallies and accounted for one of the four hits n double. Irving Cumblo collected two base knocks for the best showing at the plate for the locals. Both teams scored twice In the first Inning nnd the Bcore remained knot- ted until the third when the Indian sluggers opened their bombardment. Nine Ranger errors contributed to the downfall. Alvln Holman starting Ranger pitcher suffered a torn finger In the third inning when he knocked down n smash by Al Simmons and was forc...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 10 May 1941

j via "-n-i 3Tv17 Pf 4 THE K-IU BRAND (( " Propst To Present Recital On Tuesday Completes Four Years As Cowboy Band Vocalist Tenor soloist of tho Cowboy Band and known over the air lines of WFAA as Joe Allen Jocdenb Propst will climax his college career with his senior voice recital In the main auditorium Tuesday evening at 8:15. Singing in five different languages Propst student of Lola Gibson Dea- ton will present a program divided into six parts. First tho well known Nina by Pcrfolcsl; Dist du bel Mir Bach; and II Mio Tcsoro Intanto (Don Grovannl) Mozart. Included in the second group is Schubert's Stanchon; Ouvre tes yeux blcus Massenet; Songs My Mother Taught Me Dvorak; and Grieg's Ich liebe dich. He will sing the Aria Una Furtiva Lagrlma (L'Elis Ir D'Amoro) by Donizetti. Tho fifth group will consist of The Crying of Wnter Campbell-Tipton; Ay-Ay-Ay (Creole Song) Frclrej Thy Beaming Eyes MacDowcll; and Lo- lita Buzzl-Peccia. Another Aria will be Lo Revc by Massenet. The last of t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 17 May 1941

V 9 r Vol. XXV Z7U HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ADILENE TEXAS MAY 17 1941 No. 29 H-S. U. ADMITTED TO BORDER ATHLETIC CONFERENCE Ife J Publications Heads For 1941-42 Chosen By Board Ilcnds for tho.threo mnjor publications posts were hclcetcd by the publications board in meetings Monday and Tuesday. Helen Carpenter junior coed from Clifton was named editor of the Brand for 1941-42; John Burnett Abilene junior and member of tho Cowboy Band Brand business manager; and Bill Tippcn Abi- lene sophomore editor of the Bronco. As this editor sits at his type- writer and endeavors to formu- late and arrange copy for this is- sue of the Brand a calendar hang- ing on the wall mockingly glares at him and reminds him that after one more week has passed his ten- ure of office will officially ex- pire. The seeming swiftness with which the current school year has passed seems almost impossible. Editing a newspaper for tho stu- dents of Hardin-Simmons Univer- sity is time consuming but the staff seldom n...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 17 May 1941

r!H "V THE M-SU BRAND C.f. '.H- r K i f B-. I .'. !" . a? v - fH vr. -""l t! a l' Editorials EwentUU At H Friendliness and cooperativencss have been fun- damental essentials of success on the H-SU cam- pus since the founding of the school. These two factors which cannot be over-craphasized have 'been maintained to a high degrco by every person connected with the institution down through the years. The H-SU atmosphere is such that any reason- able person can easily adapt himself to tiic situa- tion but rapid is the downfall of those who fail to mako any attempt to adjust themselves. The at- mosphere mentioned hero docs not refer to rules and regulations of the administration but to the way of life and characteristics which have been adopted automatically by the student bodies of former years and still carried on with enthusiasm by present day students and faculty members. For 50 years students and faculty members who have voluntarily and wholeheartedly shown a wil- lingness to "fit i...

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