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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 17 May 1941

. I' . && X Til V BftAND ftp WILDCATS THROTTLE RANGERS IN FINAL LEAGUE TILT Abilene Christian McMurry Indians Enter Play-off Tho H-SU Hangers lost their final lcaguo Rome of tho Benson Friday to Abilene Christian College 10 to 4 on tho Wildcat dlnmond. Tho defeat dropped the Cowhands Into tho cel- lar for the final league standing. Tho game gave the Wildcats a playoff slot along with tho McMurry Indians. The Rangers took an early lead with a score in tho first inning but the Wildcats pounced back to score onco In tho second nnd three times in the third. It will be tho first time since the city league was organized In 1939 that the Rangers have not been In the play-off. Entering tho scries with tho Wildcats in the initial play off the H-SU team won tho title and last spring playing against tho Wild eats again they were ousted in the rubber scries. The McMurry Indiana who have led tho loop play all season nro fa vorcd to walk off with the title this year. It is their first tim...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 17 May 1941

fit It v'- Pag 4 TBK H-8U BRAND 'fl'fjk V " 1 FV !' ff? W Young Artists Are Presented in Voice Recitals Friday Lola Gibson Dcaton head of the volco department presented the an- nual young artists voice recital Fri- day night In the university auditor- ium. Malo Quartet opened tho program with All Through tho Night Welch Folk Song and Loch Lomond Scotch Folk Song. The quartet is composed of Lester Morton Conncll Taylor Richard Reynolds and Ed Williams. Malcolm Malcy from Pecos sang She Never Told Her Love by Haydn; Kashmira Song by Flndcn; and Shoes by Manning. Dorothy O'Danicl Coahoma sang La Scrcnatc Tostl and At Dawning Rogers. Aria: Mi Chiamano Mlml Puccini and At Parting Rogers were sung by Jane Mcskimcn of Lubbock. Murray Ann Hudson Anson ren- dered Aria: Lascia Ch'io Pianga Han- del; Sylvclin Sinding; and Sonny Boy Curran. Following Miss Hudson's numbers Christine Shannon of Ar- tcsia New Mexico sang Chanson Dc Florian Godard; Cradle Song Mac- Fadyen; and Lift Thine Eyes Logan...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 24 May 1941

WwTwTWmPi 0.5th Volum 0.5tU VoLun Vol. XXV Z7H HARDIN-SIMM0N8 UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXAS MAY 24 1941 No. 30 160 SENIORS TO BE PRESENTED AT COMMENCEMENT I pp 'S U. If! r iv. i" k If Senior Issue Wins Bob Murdoch Edits Issue; Sophomores The senior issue of the Brand upper classes was announced winner of the annual class editions contest for 1941 this week. The sophomores and juniors were given second and third place respectively. Scoring 80 points highest possible aggregate in at least four of the five mnjor basic points used in judging the senior issue edited by Bob Murdoch received a total of 410 points of a possible 450. One judge gave the senior issue first place in all five of the major points. This is the time when editors nre expected to get sentimental and write a column aimed partic- ularly to make students regret that they are to leave school soon. But instead I want to thank every department of II-SU for the ex- cellent cooperation they have giv- en the Brand and its staff me...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 24 May 1941

! I THE H-8U BRAND w h. k i it i i : r M flu fc'v i 'Editorials Boomg H-SU "Now is the time for all good students to come to tho aid of their school" says Harry Hayes. And we echo those sentiments. Graduating high school seniors all over Texas and other states too arc anxiously wading through catalogues literature etc. sent out by various colleges and universities hoping to find some place to spend their next four ' years in that school which will fit their dreams. You know how it is for you were in their shoes. And how did you learn about llnrdiu-Simmoiis f And what mado you decided to comet It wasn't the dry facts in tho catalogue or the glowing descrip- tions of tho campus in the liternturo that was scut to you that caused you to make up your mind. It was tho enthusiastic breathless and sometimes in- articulate praiso of someono who had returned homo after a year spent at II-SU. That's what made you want to go there. So now when you're the one that is going home for tho summer to...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 24 May 1941

ymwrw'"' -tfj r-wfn- K-r;3$j$(at" V- Ui THK H-BU BRAND tj HEAVY SCHEDULE TO HANDICAP 1941 COWBOY GRIDDERS fr Conference Rulesi Draft Law to Take Heavy Toll The evils of lush years appear to br well on tho way to catching up with the Cowboy football eleven this fall when they are due to bnrgo Into action against one of the most potent lineups of opponents ever to block the pnth of an H-SIJ team. The Ranchers will bo forced to ro n . top speed from the starting whistle of the opening game until the final contest slated early In December. The schedule of 11 stubborn foes will place tho Ranchers behind the age-old eight-ball In their first year as a member of tho Border confer- ence and will do tho same for Coach V'arrcn B. Woodson as ho launches his first campaign ns head mentor litre on the forty acres. Only one open date is In store for the Cowhands in their 1041 season at present and It Is highly probable that it will be filled before the season lolls around. November 8 was left in ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 24 May 1941

Pat 4 THB H-SU BRAND w Piano And Organ Students Appear Young's Students Present Recitals Dcnn E. Edwin Young presented several students of plnno and organ In recital in the main auditorium Monday night. Playing piano selections were Lola Emily Carpenter Matador; Carolyn Evans El Paso; Lcnn Pore Happy; Ivnughn Vcazy Amarilio; Margaret Dutton Knox City; Virginia East Hereford; Nell Vcma LcMond Sny der; Orleanor Dellis Abilene; Dc Alva McAllstcr Big Spring; Virginia Thompson Dallas; Jane Mcsklmen Lubbock; and Dub Boehlc Dallas. At the organ wcro Martha Jane Lowe Midland; Minnie Faye Mc- Quary Abilene; and Gloria Reed Eastland who was the only high school student on the program. Two other recitals arc scheduled. In the Fine Arts auditorium Sunday Dean Young and Thurman Morrison will present Virginia Parkhill Annie Webb Attaway and Mary Jo Bur- roughs in their final recitals. Tho program originally planned for May 21 will be held Tuesday night in the Fine Arts auditorium. A post- ponemen...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 19 September 1941

1 Qa Vol. XXV Z714 HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXAS SEPTEMBER 19 1941 No. 1 Jubilee Year Begins With Record Enrollment Dr. Julius Olsen Immortalized In Stone Portrait; To Be Placed In Science Hall The first week of the Jubilee year is almost gone. Everyone has regis tercd and from now on it will have to be hard work and steady going. To some it may seem that it is the same as last year get acquainted' the first week and then you are on your own but this is probably the most unusual year in the history of Hardin-Sim-mons. We have more new students than we have had since the boom days before the depression. Plans arc underway for a new memorial build- ing and the Cowboys will play their first season as members of the Bor- der Conference. It is a critical year and an important year in the annals of H-SU. It is a pleasure to the members of the Brand staff to welcome the fresh- men and new students in this first edition. It would please us more if we could greet each of you person...

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

't m 1 J" "Mv V r tl !V ' k IV 4 M 1 k i( rV ! -f m. j3 i- fcr l' vr V s' t- . iC Vv : i: n t ' - . v . sf ?. n'.;n:i qvi-'.y. V c Pi! A THE H-SU BRAND t Bditoridls War and Education v Ok trcry haa4 we hear students for the most part fcaja wowkrtaf why they are going to school. They y "What's the use. we are going to get into war and what good k an cdacatlon If we are in the army and fftat to get shot?" They want to quit and have a flaw fMng at Hfe before they hare to go. The thing wraag with them is that they look no farther than the hmawdtate future. They do not realize that someday then will be peace and a world to rebuild. Of course if we do get Into a "shooting war" some of us will not com back but many will and it will be our job to see tat these who died did not die in vain.' There will be mueh to do and it will take wise and educated men and women to do it So drop your "what's the use" attitude and 'look beyond the Immediate future to when there wlH be a Med for education to...

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

THE H-SU BRAND COWBOYS OPEN NEW SEASON WITH TWC September It 1941 TOMORROW : 1 i . K ? T t ' ' t tl- lyv k - & r "I TV 1 Kt fir Ranchers Face Toughest Schedule in History of Club By SHERWYN McNAIR Blood-thirsty nnd eager for their 14th consecutive victory Conch War- ren Woodson's Cowboys will leave the Forty Acres tomorrow morning for Fort Worth whore they battle Texas Weslcynn's football Rams tomorrow night in Texas' first college game of the season. This will be the Coyboys' Initial game under their new coach Warren Woodson who coached at Conway Ark. for five years before coming to Hardin-Simmons to succeed Frartk Kimbrough. A record crowd is expected to flock into Farrington stadium Saturday night to witness this bout between the Cowboys and tho Rams. Pre- game ticket sales indicate that fully 10000 people will attend this game one of the largest opening day crowds in the history of football at H-SU. Those familiar with Hardin-Simmons players will recognize them only by their...

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

RfTv" t ;v - 'v-VWfl U Pi TAf Pat 4 THE H-SU BRAND Lucy Monroe To Open H-SU Artist Course October 24 Hardln-Slmmons famed for its trail selected artist courses opens its 1941-42 season on October 24 by pre- senting Lucy Mocroe ono of Amer- ica's leading concert sopranos. Miss Monroe long; known for her glowing; voice remarkable gift of characterization and raro grace ' of personality is regarded as "the Ma- dam Shumanheim of the World War II." She has Bung "God Bless Amer- ica" to more people than any ten peoplo living. While singing on these patriotic programs she usually dresses in red white and blue. As a background for her patriotic work she has a family which has been In America since 1610 a great grand- father who was a Forty-Nlncr seven ancestors in tho Battle of Bunker Hill and is a member of tho family which gave President James Monroe famous for his Monroe Doctrine to the White House. In September 1937 she was elected official soloist for the American Legion. Born and educ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 27 September 1941

utn lit Qam at 2:30 (fame at 2:30 Vol. XXV Z714 HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXAS SEPTEMBER 27 1911 No. 2 k 9J BB BflBJ BB BB aV BmBBTBBJ BB Bfl BVTBHBBBJ HM"- BJIEyv ft 4 To nn aspiring journalist the great- est honor that can come to him in his college career is the job as editor of his college paper. Every student journalist at some time or other has dreamed of the day when ho would become "chief." He would bo called "editor" and the "voice of the cam- pus" would be his responsibility. A responsibility that nt times is dan- gerous. It makes many friends and often many enemies. This year the Brand staff will try in every way possible to reach every one with the type of news they de- sire. We want to make it a paper that will cover all campus activities in every way possible. But we can not do it by ourselves. It is up to the students to aid us in our decisions. It is up to the students to criticize both good and bad in order to make it easy for us to correct our mistakes nnd...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 27 September 1941

&' . n i .'IT 'l P. n SU iU;. .-i !; !.-- :G. -o ."s fev- l "i 1 ?s' LK- V 'f1. -! 'fc Mi P'ir -1 E"''' i-'r. W ' f $' . . " i ttj 'i4': ''X V M - ; ? K -i .' ' .: r$V.': .. ivi- L.3 Hi ' '- v1 ft- ' X. v-f -- X Bd THE H-SU BRAND Sptmto 27 1941 itorials Exchanges Campus Camera FatUag? . There is a present-day tendency on the part of eur ehurcl.es And Christianity (alias Churchanity) to follow public opinion not to form it. "While there is almost universal agreement among Chris- tians as to such general questions as the need of abolishing intemperance and war when it comes to specific social programs like prohibition and pacifism there are honest differences of opinion between equally upright men. Religion is and always has been a supreme de- votion to what one considers to be the highest good. In this light it is difficult to know where to stand when barbs of diverse opinions are hurled. But even though religion is an individual phycho- logical experience there should be no doub...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 27 September 1941

StpUmbtr 27 1941 THE H-SU BRAND T ' $ T W V ' l. ' 4'- -V Cowboys Battle Baylor Bears at Waco Today Ranchers Will Try For 15th Consecutive Victory Hardin-Simmons To Bid For First Win Over Baylor Bruins This afternoon at Waco tho Cow- boys will resume a football rivalry dating back to 1009. Hardln-Sim-mons will bid for its first victory over Baylor in eleven meetings of the schools In today's same which is the first since 1030 when Baylor won 13 to 0. This will also bo tho Cow- boys first game with a Southwest conference team since Johnny Mor- row of Texas A. & M. kicked a field goal to win that one 3 to 0 later in tho 1030 season Not only will tho Cowboys bo try- ing for their fifteenth consecutive victory today but they will bo up against their former coach Frank Klmbrough in the opening game for his Bears. Content with their role as under- dog against a Southwest conference foe tho Cowboys wish the best suc- cess for their former coach but not until after today's game. Last we...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 27 September 1941

I 1- 1 " . . w ) w. frF .. t Page 4 Faculty Mtmbers Visit Twenty States During Summer Vacation Teachers teachers where have you been to London to nee the Queen? Well not exactly but they did go other places. For instance Dr. W. D. Bond spent his time teaching school and going fishing at Lake Kemp near Seymour. "I had very good luck with catfish though they're not my type. The bass weren't biting for somo reason." The new professor on our campus Mr. F. C. Ballcnger attended tho University of Oklahoma and went back and forth to Iowa. Dr. E. B. Atwood didn't do n thing except go to Tennessee and Kentucky his old home. Ho visited his brother and his daughter who teaches at Briarcllff School for girls In New York. He also took part in evangelistic work in Texas. Outside of that ho "didn't do a thing." Dr. and Mrs. R. N. Richardson spent their summer in Austin Texas and later attended tho Lions Inter- national Convention at New Orleans as did Mr. E. M. Landers. Miss Kath- erino Boyd spent...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 4 October 1941

Beat AatA Ivxal Stat Ml Vol. XXV Z714 HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXAS OCTOBER 4 1941 No. 3 Bronco Sweetheart Contest Conies To Close October 11 Well we lost n ball game last week but It isn't ftally important enough to worry about now. Of course wo wanted to make it our fifteenth vic- tory but losing the game won't hnvc any harmful effects as far as the Border Conference is concerned and that is the main objective. We want to show up in the conference. Wo want to make our first year as a member mean something to us. The Cowboys were out there fighting Sat- urday They wanted to win the game as bad as wc wanted them to. They did their best and that is all wc can ask of them. Wc have a game tonight that means a lot and we all know how they will take care of the situation. Wc know they will give all they have and that is what we want. That is why we have the spirit we have. With the spirit the student body has it is going to be easy for H-SU to do things in a big way in the next...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 4 October 1941

1 - j. tr w THE H-SU BRAND October 4 1941 r i v" tBTC. BS .. ttfr 'Srt l. " 1 1 1 r. a. wiv tm. nrjinii ssnni rvnrre &f T T "" G "vuvjj A weekly eeUeta newspaper published every Saturday rfwrtnc Hheol year by the Hardln-Simmons Press PRE-EPITAPH Ck i the- Interest of the Student Bodv of Hardin. ? - i tf-i - Ho Wiratn wrnia. i( ( ihm university uuivi 5 f ' Aro wo who mould our minds to fit the groove 4 latered u Second Clasa mall matter Juno 22 1917 at Along which runs the calculating class ; C pMtttice Abilene Texas under act sTo follow through the morgue of listed lines - of March 3 1012 Forgetting that the spider too may spin '". ggfceeriBtloa Price per year $1.00 A slenzy Inttcr through the space of night f 1 Editorial Office: First Floor Abilene Hall 1302 Univer- JT r.un th. Bamut of ?vild4c.r world Ity Drive. Downtown Office: 241 Hickory Street. Keeping abreast of nothing that is sane. r . i rr.iv mi . r "o sneaKsi y e arc tne strangely silent ones That hammer on the inner-...

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

m October 4 1941 THE H-8U BRAND Patil 55 COWBOYS FIGHT EAGLES IN FIRST HOME GAME ;w ' if.. ': rT Both Teams Smarting From Defeats Obtained Last Week Ranchers and NTS Renew Feud Dating Back to '27 Two football teams both working to redeem themselves from blltzkrelg- ing defeats handed out by Southwest Conference teams last week will meet in a battle on Parramore field tonight. In their first home game under the new coach Wnrren Woodson the Cowboys face North Texas State in the first bout between the two teams since 1027. Last week Southern Methodist Uni- versity contender for the Southwest conference title walloped the North Texas Eagles 64 to 0 while the Ranchers were being whitewashed by Baylor 20 to 0. With each team smarting from the unsuccessful pre- ceding week the conflict promises to be a thriller for the fans. Doth Hardin-Simmons nnd North Texas retained serious injuries from their ventures into the Southwest con- ference. The crippled Eagles last year's title holder in the ...

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

sijpitVJ1 rffHw- f f. Pf 4 Spttch Teach tr Boyd Prefers Work Leisure Mixed Theatrical Career "Skeptical Katharino" was tho name given to Miss Boyd when she was quite young. When a child her father told her not to go near a lawn mower when it was in action or she might cut herself. Little Katharino didn't believe him. The next timo her father went to town the temptation was too great sho took tho lawn mower pushed it and then stuck her thumb into its 'whirling blades. Sure Enough it cut her fingcrl Incident- ally she still bears the scar of that skepticism. Miss Boyd is the chairman of the Speech department at H-SU but is not a true Texan. Sho was bom in Silver Creek Mississippi and never stayed in Texas any length of timo until sho joined the faculty of Hnr-din-Simmons in 1937. Miss Boyd says she can't remember when she first began to speak in pub- lic as her grandfather was a preacher in Mississippi like the "Circuit Rid- ers" of Texas and he would stand her up in the pulpit to rec...

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

f i jfr b BAfhh fdillMlrkH-iV ..bbbbbbE bbbbb''Jbbbm sIbbI bBbw . fm Ba ytS'Jr"""-""'""""-"""sB "B bh bS"-BHBrH BH bTbbH H bI .HE BfKTF qam At 8:00 Qam At 8:00 x Vol. XXV Z714 HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXAS OCTOBER 11 1941 No. 4 ' fM H-S. U. Delegates To Go To B. S. U. Convention In Austin Who's Who Students To Be Chosen Wednesday The Cowboy Band really gave us a treat in chapel Thursday morning. There arc lots of good bands in col- leges everywhere but it would really be hard to find one that could com pare with our own. Very few bands have a director that can train a band to play any type of music in any manner. It was a special treat to the freshmen because most of them had never heard the Cowboy Band before and from the way many are talk- ing they would bo willing to have that good music every morning. Wo sincerely hope that we hear the band more often this year. Lately there has been quite a bit of discussion about the greater Har-din-simmons and every day wo hear new ...

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

Fate i I b & i t It?' ' ? HU THE H-SU BRAND W -&. 1. Iran A weekly college newspaper published every Saturday during the school year by the Hardin-Slmmons Press Club in the Interest of the Student Body of Hardin- Simmons University. Entered as Second Class mall matter June 22 1917 at the Postoffico at Abilene Texas under act of March 3 1012 Subscription Price per year ft nn Editorial Office: First Floor Abilene Hall 1302 Univer- sity Drive. Downtown Office: 241 Hickory Street. Telephones 7211 or 6751 MMinims roil national abvmtimn t IBrapSpSSnWTMR wpwEV lw CttUf HUiJun tttr-nltth 4SO MADMON AVI. NlW YORK. N. V. Ok t Mim tu rtww EDITOR JULIAN AT WOOD JR. BUSINESS MANAGER JOHN BURNETT Sports Editor Sherwyn McNnir News Staff: Miriam Yates Carroll Graves Bill Utley Mary Nell Hamilton Homer Chapman John English Bcrford O'Dell Melvin Byrd Marvin Mil- ler Helen namor Mac King Joe Stribling Joe Bowden Doris Mahoncy and Gene Kimble. Lindberg Hubbub! Two weeks ago we ran an editorial ...

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