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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 10 January 1942

Dead Week To Begin Friday Spring Semester Starts Jan. 28 Vol. XXV Z7U I if HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ADILENE TEXAS JANUARY 10 1942 No. It MILITARY TRAINING COURSE MAY BE OFFERED BY H-S. U. ' l Well another day another editor or rather we should say two editors. So now when wo use "wo" it Isn't the editorial "we" it's the plural edi- tors' "wo" that "we" arc referring to. This week has been a great reve lation to us. We both have worked on high school papers and the Brand for quite some time now. But we never knew before what we know now. This wisdom wo refer to comes only after one (or two) has edited n pa- per. Now wo know why editors have gray hair lose their tempers and make up the majority of tho person- nel of an insane asylum. Did you know there was something more to a paper than writing a story (in longhand) nnd sticking it in tho slot in tho Brand door? We didn't. But we know now. Oh of course we have read about it in books and heard about it in classes (the duties of an edi...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 10 January 1942

f t THE BSU BRAND January 10 1942 -' 1N ty .&. 1. Sranil Saddle Songs A weekly college newspaper published every Saturday By Marvin Miller during the school year by the Hardln-Slmmons Press Club la the interest of the Student Body of Hardin MUFFLED BONO Simmon University. 1 My thoughts arc birds that cannot sing. Entered as Second Class mall matter June 22 1917 at And ns pretentious as a bird the Postoffice at Abilene Texas under act Of paradise my thoughts take wing of March 3 1912 Bm are not heard. Subscription Price per year $1.00 I think the Power must have known .Jt. . . .. -- . .. . .n . ' The urge within the parrot's breast Editorial Office: First Floor Abilene Hal 1302 Univer- To tcll of -cnuty a tone slty Drive. Downtown Office: 241 Hickory Street. rr-0 mntcl1 ;ta vest Telephones 7211 or 6761 And .so He chilled the unborn note LbZsShr Ami iuid nis fiecr n th ton8 SfSSSSSK That might have stirred an eager throat . 4o macon av. niw yok. n. v. That might have sung. Chum to...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 10 January 1942

j-vr : January 10 1942 THE H-SU BRAND Plfe S COWBOY CAGERS UNSUCCESSFUL IN CONFERENCE TOUR J!ffi7"- A'' Ir- Ranchers Drop Two Conference Games Conch Warren Woodson nnd his limited Cowboy basketball sqund left Tuesday on their first journey of the season to meet three Dordcr confer- ence foes in ns mnny nights. The Cowboys met the Thunder- birds from Camp Bnrkcley in a prac- tice session Monday night but a bout with the University of Arizona at Tucson Wednesday night was the first scheduled contest since the sea- son opener with Texas Mines before the Christmas vacation. Arizona took this game from the Unnclicrs to the tunc of GO to 20. Robert Human who starred on the gridiron last fall proved his versa- tility by leading the scoring with 1G points. II. C. Burrus Cowboy Little All-American end topped his team- mates' totals with 10 marks. Runner-up to Durrus was Porter Osborne with 0 points. Score at the half time saw the Tucson boys already well on their way leading 20 to 15. Thursd...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 10 January 1942

"'?Nd TrTP-rjfrw?'' Cj Page 4 THE H-SU BRAND. January 10 1942 M Paxton Family's Link With HSU Told by Mrs.Sandefer By LUCILE GILBERT SANDEFER Slnco tho name Paxton has been added to Cowdon I am finishing my story of Cowdon hall of yesterday. Well do I remember the first time I had tho pleasure of meeting Daddy Paxton as ho was called for he was the one "that moved us in and moved us out." Wo had lived in Cowdcn linll four years when ho moved us to Anna hall. At the end of two years Simmons College had begun to grow. There was more demand for rooms. The first thing wo did was to dismiss the colored help Wlnnio and Tom Brown help that was there when wo came. Wo converted their living quarters in a basement also our dining room and kitchen into bed rooms which gave three more rooms. At this time boys were realizing they could earn their way through college and osked for janitor work. I think this was before the teaching of homo economics in Simmons Col- lege for they ato Post Toasties ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 17 January 1942

How Could You Forget Finals? Vol. XXV Z714 HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXAS JANUARY 17 1942 No. 15 SPEED-UP PLANNED ON COURSES FOR SPRING SEMESTER Rcmeber Pearl Harbor! bu. r54r" "" """"""H mmmmm """ 1 r- "H Hl vVL-l 1 1 t"OMPP"ji 4 S As the Now Year begins tho whole student body seems to be in tho midst of perplexity about returning to school next semester. Naturally many of tho boys wish to serve in the defense of their country as every red-blooded American youth does. However somo of them seemingly do not stop to think of anything beyond the war. Of the peace and recon- struction period that will follow when many trained leaders will be needed to rebuild America. Those who have the ability qualities of leadership and higher education will be in the fore- front of this rebuilding. The boys should also think of the kind of jobs they will bo able to hold when they return from the war. The new rules for naval enlistment give uppcrclnss- men a chance to complete their edu- cati...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 17 January 1942

rv 1dWl:'fUi ' fl)pr r vr t M-rrsFF-fs "Tnt)p"' "; " ' Til B-SU BKAND January 17 1942 yTfri Mi "tf" Ki & I" r Ef f it i i" H? !(.. A v !- Itf f $ 4 I i ' tif lfc I! r I. fe' j Itf- P- J" M' Mr ft- Si! s. I y - i 't) V rVL BL " 9b? -. H. Irani Exchanges A weakly eelkce newspaper published every Saturday '! taw heel year by the Hardln-Simraon. Preaa CM hi the Manet el the Student Body of Hardin- UJvenKy. WHMiiMBiiMsinBSBBMMaBSaaMBiaaswMBSKMrsNaMasMesaaEiesBaaaaktw M Seeeftd Ckae nail matter June 22 1917 at the Feeteffice at Abilene Texas under act of March 3 1912 By MAC KINO "Now ladies and gentlemen" screeched the political orator "I want to tax your memoryl" "Great grief 1" groaned a man in the audience "Has it come to that 7" iq Bertha - Bu Buck qjounding Up The Straqs BMhaeriatioa Prlee per year .$1-00 Mterial Offiee: First Floor Abilene Hall 1302 Univer- sity Drive. Downtown Office: 241 Hickory Street Telephones 7211 or 6751 MMMMNTU OK KA1IOHA1. ADVMTIMtM T m- -.i IM I'lTaaf ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 17 January 1942

" January 17 1942 TBS M-IU BRAND M IMPROVED RANCHER QUINTET DOWNS NEW MEXICO 45-36 - .a l v. . ' ' "1." .& ) rl L : 5 v' New Mexico Aggies Invade Corral For Game Tonight Conch Wnrrcn Woodson's Cowboy baskctballcrs spotted tho New Mex- ico University Lobos a dozen points Inst night and then outclassed tho visitors in the second period to win tho Border conference fray 45-30. Tho Cowboys grabbed nn early lead but tho New Mexico quintet steamed up and went in front by tho margin of 10-7 in tho middle of the first per- iod. This margin was whittled down by tho homo team after the Lobo coach Willis Barnes sent in his sec- ond string and tho score at the half stood 10-7. Tho lynchers pulled out into an early lead In tho second period with Bob Steele leading the attack but this lead changed hands several times in tho next few minutes. With still five minutes to play Captain Claud Browit placed Hardin- Simmons in front by a one point mar- gin with a close range shot and this lead increa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 17 January 1942

nSfr Tf m 1-8U MtAND Janaarr 17 1942 f&FjaywfvT Cowboy Statue To Be Unveiled On March 1st The covered atone you see in front of Abilene hail ia the Cowboy atatue that Bob Rogers ia working on. It will be unveiled March 1. Tho two-ton baae and tho three-ton atatue is atone brought from the Luedera quarry. This ia the third piece of sculpture that Bob has put on tho campus. The first waa tho bust of Dr. Julius 01- sen placed in tho Science hall and tho second waa a bust of Prcxy San- defer which is by tho president's home. This statuo ia to be of a pioneer Cowboy standing on ono foot the other foot resting against a fence and one arm leaning on a post. Tho Cowboy is alcnder six feet two inches tall and six feet four Inches with his hat on. Bob is finishing tho work after it was mounted on the base so as not to mar it in moving . "This is not the largo Cowboy that is planned for some later date. That with base may be 42 feet high" Rogers said. Music Bits Minnie Fayo McQuary H-SU ch...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 31 January 1942

ft 5nrTjrir( rFTJtf''w """- Enroll For Defense Courses Vol. XXV Z714 HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXAS JANUARY 31 1942 No. 16 NIGHT DEFENSE COURSES FOR H-SU STUDENTS vntlw New Semester and New Editorship A new semester and a new cdltorl Both came like n blitz upon the stu- dent body and myself. Thoughts of being the new editor were far from our mind as we came to register Wed- nesday morning. Our peaceful thoughts were soon shattered how- ever when we learned of our edltor- 4F ship. The responsibility of editor- ship is so great when one thinks of the number of students and friends of the university that must bo served by n campus newspaper. In fact the task is so immense that it makes one feel small and insignificant. Plans for Spring Semester We shall endeavor to please all types of students that arc enrolled in II-SU by giving equal emphasis and prominence to all departments. 'I he number of feature stories will be increased especially short ones. Campus fashions with model...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 31 January 1942

fy. TIB B-SU BRAND January 31 1942 f r&. k"Wvr bW 5M" N tfff . V pvf Ht fcV t ry ar ff w v.. ftp $. H. ran& Exchanges g Bertha - Buck (founding Up Saddle Songs A week)? eoMsge newspaper published every Saturday the ithool year by the Hardln-Simmons Press tt the Mtetett of the Student Body of Hardin- University. m Seeead Class mall matter June 22 1017 at the Fettefflee at Abilene Texas under act of March 3 1012 SvhecrhHlea Price per year .31.00 Sdlterial Office: First Floor Abilene Hall 1302 Univer- sity Drive. Downtown Office: 241 Hickory Street. Telephones 7211 or 5751 By MAC KING Sunday School Teacher: Now all the girls and boys who want to go to heaven hold up your hands. (All but one itty bitty boy holds up his hand). What's the matter Dickie don't you want to go to heaven? Dick Clardy: Yes teacher but not with dem lugs. Odcssan. MnillNTID tom HATIOMAh ABVMtlMIM ST HjnsMininiBiivinfcim(N 4SO MADMON AVI. NlW YOftK. N. V. i Bmtm U (UMiin . tin ruaenn At the Movies He: "Can...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 31 January 1942

Jj V ".: ' IK January 31 1942 THE H-8U BRAND Cowboys Resume Play Next Week at Canyon After downing the New Mexico Aggies 40-34 Warren Woodson's Cowboy cagcrs settled down to a couplo of weeks of practice sessions letting the conference games wait un- til nftcr cxnms. Dy defeating both Now Mexico University and tho Ag- gies In the last scries nt home tho Rnnchcrs donated the latter team the cellar position in Border standings thereby resting on high ground them- selves nt least until they meet West Texns State at Canyon February 0. All tho Border Conference mem- bers took a rest last week most of them laying off fdr semester exams. Tho Wildcats of Arizona University lost to Flagstaff Teachers Monday night 44-30 and Tempo was slated to contest' Flagstaff Frldny night. Meanwhile the West Texns State Buffaloes heralded as tho world's tallest and by some ns the nation's best stole tho spotlight from thch Border Buddies on a swing along thi eastern coast. The tall boys racked up their 17t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 31 January 1942

Pave 4 THE H-SU BRAND January 31 1942 Hardin-Simmons Record in Three Wars Reviewed By Veteran History Prof. On n recent midnight broadcast from the Cowboy Band studio by re- mote control over Station KFJZ Fort Worth with music by the "world fa- mous" that has netted fan mail from Kankakee 111. to Eugene Ore. Dr. R. N. Richardson spoke briefly on Hardin-Simmons and the war. Reviewing the Hardin-Simmons contribution in thrco wars Dr. Rich- ardson said: "Hardin-Simmons University has never emphasized military training. Christened by Its founders as 'The College of Christ's Love' it has sought to promote peace and good will at homo and abroad. It has neverthe- less met every crisis in the spirit of patriotism and selfless devotion to the national interests. Three times in Its life span of half a century it has been called on to give aid in n na tlonal crisis and three times it has responded. 1898 Patriotism "In 1898 Simmons men left their classes to join the colors. In 1017 before war h...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 7 February 1942

1 3rifi4i-?raiSiItiGd1 r Enroll For Defense Courses Enroll For Defense Courses Vol. XXV Z714 HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXAS FEBRUARY 7 192 No. 17 SWOR LEADS EIGHT DAY YOUTH REVIVAL ON CAMPUS (.3? i i iili- 1 1 a- jimiu m """" " - - . "-cil . 24rb.nlNGr. ianii.' t-i ? fcAAI.rlntl IKUIN fl -feL: -" rli Cl? Religious Emphasis Week Religious Emphasis Week bringing n raio personality Chester Swor into our midst lins given a perfect setting for u fonvnnl march of stu- dent body and faculty during the spring semester. His talks have ap- pealed to nil students regardless of their social or mental status. Per- haps it is his common sense advice appealing to mental rather than emo- tional power that has made him so popular with 1I-SU students and stu- dents all over the south. His courage and determination to conquer misfor- tune and ill health have given him a most rugged personality whose in- fluence reaches out and contacts those who henr him. These lectures or ra- ther talks have...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 7 February 1942

K'' r J jj THE H-BU BRAND February 7 1942 m? 3Ue -&. 1. Srani. Sxchnges $q Bertha - Buck (Rounding Up Saddle Songs Ra A weekly college newspaper published every Saturday THE qoST OP BEING A CHRISTIAN K. during th .school year bj r the Hardin-Simmons Press By MAC KINO BT ........ LneOlTdUS By Alvin Hatton zr F" - Ht4 srrr I mSSSVal ff Vbugteir tecncd on to givc thclr livcs for chri8t R" " ''st0"icu Abilene Texas under act to mow a field in 8 hours how long gJ fj l""MCT''! tor there always has to bo some in- Not olmcc of their bodies or their souls will' " Er of March 3 1912 fidr "" T" """ WlISKVW1 M to?mMon 8prcnd nbout tho "' give?" R mMn trice' Pcr yuar -1'00 n canddate wa" t00 8m'rt for I SwBBIbBwS? I campusology course. Another said 'Son I know the reason why 1 r)al Office: First Floor Abilene Hall 1302 Unlver- Sdirebeermowedby So 'BKHBRr I Early th'8 WCck W0 notlcc1 EM' "'T " "l'C '""" "V fr C''rlSt tU"n W y&rlvo. Downtown Office: 241 Hickory Street 20 men the 16 men cou...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 7 February 1942

V S?f'A"'! February 7 1942 TIIE II.8U BRAND ff ; Jf . RANCHERS PLAY TEXAS TECH AT LUBBOCK TONIGHT All Conference Teams Saw Action This Week BOOTLEGGERS-RED HOTS WIN OVER INTRAMURAL FAST LEAGUE TEAMS rpQET.y. mis 'M ' Conch Wnrron Woodson's basket- bnllcrs both freshman and vnrslty tennis nro due to wind up a brief visit to West Texas tonight with a conference engagement with the sec- ond plnco Texas Tech Itnidcrs nt Lub- bcok . The Cowboys were scheduled to oppose the league lending West Tcxns State Buffaloes last night. Texas Tech has won five confer- ence games and lost only one to hold their second place position while Hnrdin-Simmons lost four and won only two. The three Arizona members of the Border conference invaded New Mex- ico and-West Texas this week to put the other teams in action. Arizona University defeated New Mexico A. & M. CO to 48 Monday night then lost to Texas Mines 4G to 43 the next night. Arizona State of Flagstaff took the invasion trail Tuesday night win- ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 7 February 1942

1 '$ srfV"'' ' '" i'''-x rf4 THE H-SU BRAND February 7 1942 Former Student Writes of Army Life At He Sees It At Air Corps School Editor's Note: The following letter I was written by an ox-student who joined the U. S. Air Corps in Jan- uary. It is being printed because it is the typical viewpoint of II-SU students who are now in various branches of military service. Dear Mrs. Landers: I've thought often of Hnrdin-Slm-mons since I've been in the army. I have been at Shcppard Field two weeks. In my association with many different boys from other sections of tho country I do not find that friendly attitudo that was present at home in school. I miss the school as a whole. I intend to come back to Hardin- Simmons some day. It's a fine school. Many of the boys from the north ask me where I'm from. When I tell them they recognizo Hardln-Sim-mons at onco as being a widely pub- licized school. I'm proud of being a former Simmons student. Practically all of tho boys here seem in fine spirits. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 14 February 1942

"t i'l V " I CUPID HAS FULL' SWAY VoK XXV Z714 HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVEnSITY ADILENE TEXAS FEBRUARY 14 1942 No. 18 654 REGISTER FOR SPRING SEMESTER WORK jBFt Wj r b L L LIHv L L Pf tVL Lh K. .Bt f ff " . m) im War Time Arc you finding it onsy to keep step with our now hour-earlier war time? What is the gain or loss to you? Remember that old proverb "Early to bed enrly to rise makes n man healthy Wealthy and wise." Maybe there's u lesson of prompt- ness to be learned by the extra effort required to be on time to 8 o'clock classes which may be habit forming we hope. Then there's the health side to think about. Health authori- ties agree that the best hours for sleep arc the early hours of the night rather than the morning. Naturally though we don't like to go to bed at dark because night is the time for fun and frolic. It seems to me that the new lights-out rule in the dormi- tories will be hard to keep on the dot. The lights that would bo conserved at night would be wasted by early morni...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 14 February 1942

u r 'V y EV: . w U" Ay H -frf" fe( fc s' j THE B-SU BRAND February 14 1942 (Up $&. . Srana Exchanges ig Bertha .- By Buck (Rounding Up Saddle Songs A weekly college newspaper published every Saturday HIBfc rr ri during the school year by the Hardin-Simmons Press By MAG KING riiflLLLiSwHLKiLi. L flG StrllS ta ditiv Club in the interest of tho Student Body of Hardin- Little rows of Zeros HH l-'li vavju iu fAiOX Simmons University. Not so very quaint BBISBKB - Ralph Roland Wri .. taj n.. n . t 90 1017 .f Mnkes my Kraduatlon HHHHRHBHf I dopldro the decline of these ro- To you for you I give my best. to" AM17 at M ns ajL?nt- bmHetoSa r;rs:M Jack hr nnd ftt Mr sr work t0 enin u not for me or for my Q iiiiii9iHLLHLHIKn9kLHLLLLLB White (because duty to Uncle oi marcn j ijm Fowl story iilBBaBHllMSLLH Sam); Alvln Hatton and Christine I hope lo train no more than I can give to you. Subscription Price per year 11.00 nlJ ln 'talked i5d trS HHEHilWHH WMdl bcenUS0 of competition); And when I c...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 14 February 1942

February 14 1942 THE n-su ntlAND P.f. i Cowboys Tackle Loop-Leading Buffaloes Again Tonight Gager TeamTravels to Canyon For Final Bout With "Giants" The Cowboy Cagcrs continuo Bor- der conference play tonight ventur- ing once again into the Buffalo ter- ritory up Canyon way to meet the league leading West Texas State "Sky-Scrapers" for the second time in two weeks. Last week the Ranchers earned the lower part of an 80-J10 score against the Buffaloes and took u trimming the next night at Texas Tech 47-28. However Coach Woodson's fresh- men served notice on the Panhandle teams of what to expect in years to come by beating the West Texas frosh 33-22 and the Tech Picadors 33-24. Bob Steele high-s'corcr for the Cowhands this season added nine points to his record ugainst the Buf- faloes and ten against Tech. In other Border conference games played recently Arizona State Teach- ers College of Tempo defeated New Mexico A. & M. 44-37 and New Mex- ico University 40-20. Tempe is dwelling ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 14 February 1942

ii" Pat Til t-ftU fcRAND February 14 1942 ;-jSf'--Vr"" " "v '.Ct' - i-iilrHi mmmmm HSU SERVICE FLAG Service Flags To Become Popular During Present World Conflict Tho scrvico flag Is not nn official nag oi mo umicu amies govern- ment but It proved so popular dur- ing World War I that It was given official recognition and is very likely to have such popularity again dur- ing the present world conflict with the axis nations. In tho first world war everyone entitled to fly it was encouraged to do so and there Is every evidence the service flag will soon be flying again from many American homes. Already Inquiries are coming In on how to mako tho flag how to display it and qualifications for representa- tion which displayed by family groups and by schools colleges and various institutions. Tho discussions sent Mrs. J. D. Sandcfcr 2158 Hickory into a search of the records and tho history of the scrvico flag. Tho former first lady of Hardln- Slmmons University during the re- gime of tho lat...

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