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

THE II.SU BRAND Pftff I COWBOYS PLAY GENTLEMEN TONIGHT AT SHREVEPORT October 11 1941 Woodson's Ranchers To Try For Third Win Over Gents The Hardin-Simmons Cowboys off the victory trail for two weeks with successive losses to Baylor and North Texas State left the 40 Acres Friday morning bound for Shrovoport where they will renew their annual rivalry with Centenary tonight. Coach Woodson's Handlers will take on their fourth opponent and try for their second win of the season having plastered Texas Wesleyan 31 to 7 In the opening game which was followed by 20 to 0 and 7 to 3 losses to Baylor and North Texas respec- tively. The Centenary Gentlemen under Coach Jake Hanna have a similar record of two losses to Millsap and Crcighton and a tic with Louisiana Normnl C to 0 last Saturday night. Tonight's battle will be the fourth in as many years for the two schools. The Gentlemen won the opener In 1038 2G to 13 nnd Hnrdin-Slmnions won the other two breath-takers 7 to o; in 1030 and 15 to 13 ...

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

T r7 fywi' -v ' w-Wfrtf-Trxf - vvj Page 4 THE H-SU BRAND October 11 1941 Abilene Baptists Make Ready for Annual Convention Over $15000 nro being spent by Abilene Baptists In preparation of adequate auditoriums for the sessions of the Baptist General Convention and auxiliary bodies meeting November 10 to 14. These expenditures aro not for temporary use but will remain permanent assets in the form of en- larged and improved auditoriums. Some $10000 will go Into rcflnlsh- ing the Hardin-Slmmons chapel and the-erection of a balcony which will make n beautiful auditorium seating a maximum of 3000. Both the gen- eral sessions of the convention and the Brotherhood will meet there It has been definitely agreed. Carpenter work Is expected to bo completed on the H-SU chapel this week states the contractor. This will Include Installation of the balcony nnd a eclotex ceiling. Plastering the walls and painting is expected to be finished far ahead of the convention date. Members of First Church o...

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

WWBw 'V Vol. XXV Z714 IURDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXAS OCTOBER 18 1941 No. 5 - .- Seniors Win Coveted Honor To Elect Bronco Sweetheart Wo hnvo had complaints from some that the Brand is not giving full cov- erage of all the campus activities. At the present time we have n small staff and nro not fully organized but in due time we will be better able to put out a paper that will please everyone. However it would help a great deal If various clubs and organ- izations would appoint someone to see that news is turned in each week. We would appreciate also any suggestions that any of the students might like to give us either by letter or in per- son. It is the aim of the staff to give to the students a paper that will have systematic coverage of all campus ac- tivities but it is up to tho students to help in any way they see fit. The Brand is the laboratory of the journalism department and those in- terested in learning newspaper prin- ciples will find valuable experience working ...

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

-.-...... . . '""- " i wv tnwrvc - '.-f.ivwi'"".- t-t -. fch?' tw t"f J ...' 4r Efl'V A-v B6 ti& I ' 'ML p sari m m I J . It ' ir-tfy-. LiJ t '8 ' n: v m. fat 2 THE H-SU BRAND October 181941 .1. ' tHIr $-. 3t. ranb Saddle Songs A weekly college newspaper published every Saturday during the school year by the Hardln-Simmons Press Club in the interest of the Student Body of Hardin- Simmons University. Campus Camera QUANDARY By Marvin Miller Entered as Second Class mall matter June 22 1917 nt Starlight mirrored in the mud u alvii.v. v u...ic xcaub uur uci Uooi wui on v cicec. Knifc-blndc cankorcd red with blood. -$1.00 J'ns nnt ""o noi sPcn'f. . . . ancu nps uini never bsk of March 3 1012 Subscription Price per year ltVHtnvlcil nffl. Vlvat Tplnnv AKIInnn Unit 11flO TTl.- MM... .!. ..!1.t ! 1.... .u.va.. w.vw. m. ..u avui .. vim umif xuv wiitiw- 11J llU IllgllL IS lUUg sity Drive. Downtown Office: 241 Hickory Street. Silent lips that mnko a mask Telephones 7211 or 5751 . Of ancient ...

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

!t X. October 18 1941 r THE H-SU BRAND H-SU COWBOYS AND SAN JOSE STATE SPARTANS TIE 7-7 7B"" -t fW"' Fromni this mmums By SHERWYN McNAIR W1LFOUD MOOKE nssistnnt coach at -Abilene High nnd co-cnptnln of Inst year's unbeaten footbnll tenm obtained something more than n foot- bnll education from his college conch Frank Klmbrough. aflLW Moore didn't learn how to ilrTnk water during a game nor how not to mako n speech at n pep rally but he did learn to trust and abido by super stitions to a certain extent. Before Abilene High School's first game this year Wilford borrowed a hat from Otis Griffin and wore it -to that game nnd his tenm won. The following week ho showed up again to borrow Griffin's hat and again his team spelled out victory. Other Im- portant matter dominated his mind during the next week so he went to that game bareheaded and returned with a 15 to 0 loss on his hands. Moore didn't blatnc the players one bit but admitted that tho defeat was entirely his fault and resolved n...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 18 October 1941

v "".r ji'- .-" 7 i h1 r I- Page 4 Henslee H-SU Ex With Mutual Insurance in N. Y. "Lorn Paul Henslee Hnrdln-Slm-mons 40 is ono of 57 men selected from 44 colleges in the Enst West nnd South who have just tompleted nn in tensive eight weeks courso in insur nnco with American Mutual Liability Insuranco Company of Boston" it was announced by C. E. Hodges Jr. president of the company. Mr. Hcn9lco has been sent to the division office In New York City where ho is being further trained by closely supervised work in the field. During his last two years in H-SU Hcnslco was elected to Who's Who and was in tho 0. and D. Council four years. Ho was a member of tho Fer- guson hall council D. S. U. Science club Clnssicnl club Prc-Lnw Pi Knp- pa Delta threo years and Players club three years. Henslee majored in Business Administration and govern- ment was his minor. This group is composed of members of tho bar graduates in engineering business administration accounting and liberal arts and were cho...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 25 October 1941

" KV4 1 M i Vol. XXV Z714 HARDIN-SIMM0N8 UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXAS OCTOBER 25 1941 No. C MV 1 Va r lt BL BL L .L Pkkkr kkskVkL kLkV kkkk& kV kklkk Ec w J - Annual SADLER ELECTED AS BRONCO SWEETHEART FOR 1942 ANNUAL Last week wo ran a SO THEY SAY in the Brand on School Spirit and since that time there has been quite a bit of comment on the ever popu- lar subject. People all over the cam- pus arc talking about it. In fact the Brand has received many letters about it and we appreciate them very much. However we do not know whether the writers want us to print the letters or not because none of them have signed their names. ' This seems to be the opportune time to inform the students as to the editorial policies of the paper in re- gard to lctcrs etc. We like to have letters enjoy reading them and most of them would be of interest to the students but wc cannot libel our- selves by printing letters without sig- natures. It is too much of a risk because some of the letters wc receive c...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 25 October 1941

?f' W I b F " fi? -? . . -A . v i Faa X OOp $.. 1. Sntttik A weekly eellefe newspaper published every Saturday (twine the school year by the Hardln-Simmons Press Ckb in the interest of the Student Body of Hardin- Wamona University. Bfitered as Second Class mail matter June 22 1917 at the Postofflce at Abilene Texas under act of March 3 1912 Subscription Price per year $1.00 Editorial Office: First Floor Abilene Hall 1302 Univer- sity Drive. Downtown Offlco: 241 Hickory Street. Telephones 7211 or 6751 mwiiiiih ton national ADvtmtm t tUiaaMMrthlsMSania litf. 410 MA8MON Avt. Nsw YOMK. N. V. 0mt9i '.Sgtiw;; mMini' numtm JULIAN ATWOOD JR Editor JOHN BURNETT Bnsinew Manager Shorwyn McNnir Sports Editor Joo Morris Associate Editor Rebel Hope Feature Editor Mary Nell Hamilton Asst. Feature Editor Miriam Yates Asst. Feature Editor Mac King Exchango Editor Marvin Miller Literary Editor Bob Rogers Staff Artist News Staff: Marshall Millsap Anita Walker Mary Wilson Jackson Homer Chapman John Eng...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 25 October 1941

October 25 Ml THE H-SU BRAND Cowboys rPpom ti SIDELINES By SIIERWYN McNAIR Tho lucky fans who arc present at the game between the Cowboys and the Miners this afternoon will wit ncss a sensational aerial show staged by two of the passlncst teams in the nation. Coach Max Saxon's team led by Captain Owen Price the nation's lead- ing: punter last year tossed a record number of Gl passes completing 32 of them against the Loyola team last week.' Owens threw 55 of the passes. Had tho Loyola team cooperated with the Muckers they would have broken tho record complied by Hardin Simmons and West Texas State last year when they combined their pass Ing attack and tossed 72 aerials in one game. With Chadwlck replacing Gayle Campbell tho Cowboys will have their two best passers in the game. Tho running attack will definitely be slowed down and the Cowboy ground plays arc duo to be few and far be- tween. We hereby offer our humble apolo- gies to the Intramural Council Mac King and the several teams...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 25 October 1941

' " .tTt-t-y 5ftV -V'-3i ""7 .. ;a1aan A - ' - " 5m' Pag 4 TUB M-SU BRAND October 25 1941 IS''f If J Students Tell of Novel r Way to Study Lessons v A radio playing sweet music an oasy-chnlr a rosy red applo to nibble on are these things inducements to your studying pleasure T Psychologists tell us that a quiet place preferably a bare room with only tho bare essentials a hard chair n desk (sounds like a cell doesn't ItT) and concentration are the proper ac- companiments for a Grade A student. But what wo want to know is how do you study? In the library they tell us of many unusual requests liko this one: Please Ma'm may I sit in tho window? Of course tho librarian wanted to know why. "Well" ho says "I really don't know. I just think better there." Do you study better with your feet above your head (an idea which Is in shape contrast to n doctor's ad vice) 7 Yes says ono student who has an armchair at homo which Is "too comfortable to sit up straight in." "Lying on my stomach on tho ...

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

i f jr !"" J fT J J y t ' f t If 04 Clock 4?o Htu4uUn Hock 40 lu4HU fiock Vol. XXV Z714 HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ADILENE TEXAS NOVEMBER 1 1941 No. 7 TMij'yr"' 7 "!rv"'sr'T - f? "-- v" i f " t'Sftfff$v - i .--- It l(.Suk AHHkSBL WbBBbt (Aw aafeaf4lV HHJI A MbvbWbIbb "" " laWl ""-- iMawia a a nm-a mm m KB H HH H VlaC if . i " " """ - .tj h & w Players Week after next over 3000 Bap- tists nrc expected to be In Abilene nnd on the campus. They will be here not only ns guests but as strong cri- tics. They nrc going to inspect the school in every wny. Our actions our friendliness nnd every move we mnkc will be watched. More than likely wo. will have open houso ono afternoon. Let's do uor best to show the Bnptists of Tcxns thnt wc have a real school. Let's show then; thnt wc arc proud of Hnrdin-SImmons.' Next week Miss Kntharinc Boyd and the Players club will present "Thunder Rock" ono of the most out- standing plays of many seasons. It has been released for college presen- tation only...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 1 November 1941

- i "'" rv -- fwr;; v it N ffrf' THE H-SU BRAND November 1 1941 (NSijrswmf i- f 'J M: FK- w- i KV K fa '. "VV Lto- W i- lVC &? r 9b $&. 1. UranJi Saddle Songs Campus Camera P . t r. 1 A weekly college newspaper published every Saturday tarfctg- the school year by the Hardln-Slmmons Press Chfe in the interest of the Student Body of Hardin- SimwoiM University. Kstered as Second Class mail matter June 22 1917 at the Fostoffice at Abilene Texas under act of March 3 1012 f '!.."? Subscription Price per year RITUAL By Marvin Miller "Each kiss a prayer" you said and I replied Deep from the heart of mo "Anion . . . amen I" Each kiss a prayer each prayer a purified And holy hunger for our spirits' ken. -?l-00 When warm lips meet the willing soul must kneel. I 1 ft An n 4 In 4-liAltlmiti - J wli Artl t . 1 . ..I Editorial Office: First Floor Abilene Hall 1302 Univer- "'" lu """K "- . i ity Drive. Downtown Office: 241 Hickory Street. JJ8 "-avowed our lovo but left the seal Tolephoncs-7...

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

-J ' '' ' i "'I - ! November 1' 1941 RANCHERS BATTLE WEST TEXAS STATE Buffaloes Boast Perfect Record In Previous Play The Border Conference spotlight moves to Abilcno tonight as two of the league's three unbeaten teams Hartlin-Simmons and West Texas State meet in a traditional clash on Parramorc field at 8:00. Confident that this is the year to gain revenge for some of their mniiy defeats the Cowboys have handed them through tho years the Buffalo team will be escorted by its band and bus loads of supporters from Canyon. m. BRtl!cnns !inve tlonc tllcir l)art t0 set the ideal stage for the game. ino uunaiocs nave come tlirougli having defeated Arizona State of From tin SIDELINES liy SHEKWYN McNAIR - Tho two victories over Centenary and Texas Mines and the tic with strong San Joae proved definitely that tho Woodson system is installed at Hardin-SImmons and that tho Cow boys are once more rolling along tho victory trail. Fans who couldn't understand why tho Cowboy team lost two consecut...

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

Pate 4 THE-SU BRAND November 1 1941 "Behind The Scene" Workers MakeThunder Rock" Possible State Baptist Convention Speakers By JOHN BURNETT "Talent to originate skill to pro- duco" might easily be tho Players Club slogan. Last week this sheet carried an article pertaining to the cast for "Thunder Rock" tho Players fall production. Talented and expe- rienced "Barrymorcs" and "Gables" such as Miller Cumblc Whltcscarver Montgomery and Foley were named to appear In this sparkling romantic drama. However in every successful drama- tic organization there are skilled "be- hind the scene" workers making it possible) for tho curtain to go up and tho main show to go on. The Players havo theso very agencies within their business and production staff. For instance in tho Players work room over in Abilene hall the production Btaff completed a set of scenery in 12 days. The scenery is a lighthouse supposedly off tho shores of Lake Michigan the setting for "Thunder Rock." Incidcntly 700 square fee...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 8 November 1941

W W ii M W Wecome Vol. XXV Z714 HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ADILENE TEXAS NOVEMBER 8 1941 No. 8 STATE BAPTIST CONVENTION TO MEET HERE NEXT WEEK 1fii.BiiiiiWIK ! 'Hi ' W !! i r : Bfek rtfr"" HM 1 im TMKiTM H rVI 1 1 .Bcr" ffPCv t if Thunder Rock" Renews Faith In World of Hate Wo wish to commend the Plnycra on their splendid performance "Thun- der Rock." Without a dfiubt it is one of the most stirring productions that has ever been presented on the H-SU stage. Throughout the show the audience was spelt-bound at the true theme of tho play. Everywhere this week in Abilene on the campus and the surrounding towns people havo commented on "Thunder Rock." Many havo said it was tho "best over." We ore proud of tho Players and their able direc- tor Miss Katharine Boyd. Not only was tho play astonishing at the time it was presented but even at this lato dato the faith and cour- age that was represented still works in our hearts and minds. Yes Play- ers have created a "hit" that will lin- ger wit...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 8 November 1941

S. Jrt- i ? THE H-SU BRAND November 8 1941 '" r- ' f l s fr ir iff-. K??. 10 s.V w 1 vf " -. 54 'v1 (Up &. TL Srann Saddle Songs Campus Camera A weekly college newspaper published every Saturday during the school year by tho Hardln-Slmmons Press Club in the Interest of the Student Body of Hardln- Slmmons University. Entered as Second Class mall matter June 22 1917 at the Postoffico nt Abilene Texas under act of March 3 1012 Subscription Price per year I HAD RATHER STUMBLE WITH M Y HEAD HELD HIGH By Marvin Miller I had rather stumble with my head held high Thnn to fall in tho dust while looking down. 'or the fellow who faces the stars and the sky Is Rplflntn tllo "Junk with n lirnknti nrnwn " $1.00 Is seldom the "Jack with a broken crown Editorial Office: First Floor Abilene Hall 1302 Unlvcr- A1sonSon the lips is a sweeter song alty Drive. Downtown Office: 241 Hickory Street Telephones 7211 or 6751 nrautNns on national aoviktiwm it IWJwIMrKtkJiigSwkhc. CtlUf frUitltn Mttnltlh 4SO...

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

.1 November 8 1941 THE H-SU BRAND Pat S Cowboys Ranchers End Long Winning Streak For West Texas State The Hardin-Simmons Cowboys strengthened their chances for grab- bing at least a share of tho Border Conference championship by toppling West Texas State's Buffaloes from the ranks of the nation's unbeaten teams In a wild offensive battle that resulted In a 20 to 13 victory for the Ranchers here Saturday. A crowd that jammed Parramoro stadium and overflowed onto the side- lines saw Woodson's team mix flashy aerial antics with bone-crushing pow- or to shovo ncross three touchdowns and defeat their long-timo rival for the first time since the teams met last year. -The Cowboys held Ben Collins the nation's leading scorer to a meazlcy one point after a touchdown but didn't halfwny slow him down between tho goal-lines. The Buffs never did take over the lead but they con- stantly threatened the Cowboys all tho way to the final gun. Tho Cowboys had the upper hand until late in the second pe...

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

. ri-Jfj . Page 4 THE H-SU BRAND November 8 1941 Running Five and Ten Sends Rayford Richardson to H-SU By MARY NELL HAMILTON Running n fivo and ten cent storo on the south side taking special Busi- ness Admnllstrntion courses In H-SU and making plastic novelties as a hobby keeps Rayford Richardson busy most of tho time. Ho moved to Abilene from Cisco February 10 1041 with tho intention of attending H-SU and establishing a business here. Ho opened his storo on tho south sido becnuso it was the only section containing a vacant build- ing then and to profit from soldier trade. Richardson's wife nnd two clerks manago the storo while he at- tends school. Richardson especially enjoys his salesmanship and accounting classes. Tho salesmanship course has given him a brighter outlook on business life nad new ideas for running his storo. Ho hopes to attend Hardin- Simmons two years taking special 0. A. courses and then would like to bo a professional buyer or broker. He makes plastic novelties...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 15 November 1941

! Vol. XXV Z714 HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXAS NOVEMBER 15 1941 No. '9 h K- r DR. WHITE SKETCHES HSU HISTd io convention jubilee service It's been n loner time since we have played'Toxas Tech and It Is certain that all the student body is looking forward to the big bout next week. In tho Inst few days tickets for the special and tho game have gone like hot cakes and moro and more people are asking for them. Fans from miles around have sent in for their reser- vations. Yes next week's game is destined to be one of our biggest and best. Word comes from Tech that the students over there are planning to give us a royal welcome. They arc anxious to see just what kind of team wo have and are expecting' to give us a time we have never known before. This is tho last opportunity the Brand has to stress the importance of the game next week. Not only is it important in renewing a grid rivalry of long standing but it is of great importance in the Border Conference race. It may mean our...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 15 November 1941

u- NT Pat I TI1E H-SU BRAND NoTmbr IS 1941 it. IS ( v .H A' I f If lV Its ift . v i 4- r W J"A J I1- 3' A H "'' attp If -. 39. Sratti. Saddle Songs Campus Camera 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- Slmmons University. Entered as Second Class mall matter Juno 22 1917 at the Postofflco at Abilene Texas under act of March 3 1012 Subscription Price per year ?i.oo Editorial Office; First Floor Abilene Hall 1302 Univer- sity Drive. Downtown Offico: 241 Hickory Street. Telephones 7211 or 6751 MPMMNMD ton NATIONAL ADVI.tltlH. IT NatiMal Advertising Service Inc. CtlUtt FtUhXm Rtpnuntattti 4 SO MADI.ON AVI. NtW YORK. N. Y. Cmcam oto Let amuu t riMcmo JULIAN ATWOOD JR Editor JOHN BURNETT Business Manager Sherwyn McNair Sports Editor Joo Morris Associate Editor Rebel Hopo Feature Editor Mary Nell Hamilton Asst. Feature Editor Miriam Yates Asst. Feature Editor Mae King Exchango ...

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