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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 21 February 1942

Y" Attend Basketball Game Tonight ) Vol. XXV Z714 HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXAS FEBRUARY 21 1942 No. 19 ILA MAE EVANS TO PLAY LEADING ROLE IN FAMILY PORTRAIT Attend Basketball Game Tonight r ffP TALENT A great deal of talent is lost in the world for want of a little cour- age. Every day sends to their graves obscure men whom timidity prevent- ed from making a first effort; who if they could have been induced to begin would in all probability havo gone great lengths In the career of fame. The fact is that to do any- thing in the world worth doing we must not stand back shivering and thinking of the cold and danger but jump in and scramble through as well as we can. It will not do to be perpetually calculating risks and ad- justing nice chances; it did very well before the flood when a man would consult his friends upon an intended publication for a hundred and fifty years and live to sec his success afterwards; but at present a man waits and doubts and consults his brother ...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 21 February 1942

fpf-jf.-'V1- w l: fs?K. Vg& .-' ''-'. n !r '. f Fat I THE M-8U BRAND February 21 1942 h $-&. 1. UranJii 'Exchanges ig Bertha - bj Buck A weekly college newspaper published every Saturday during the school year by the Hardin-Simmons Press Club In the interest of the Student Body of Hardln- Simmons University. Entered as Second Class mail matter June 22 1917 at the Postoffice 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 Office: 241 Hickory Street. Telephones 7211 or 6751 NatiMlMvertkiiigSMvicelic. CtlUf PtUUtun KftrtltHrt K 4SO MADISON Avt. NtW YORK N. Y. CutCAM SOtTON . tot Aimit flMCIM MARY NELL HAMILTON Editor JOHN BURNETT Business Manager Sherwyn McNair Sports .Editor Miriam Yates Feature Editor Doris Mahoney Asst. Feature Editor Anita Walker News Editor Mac King Exchange Editor Marian Walker I . . . ... Mary Wilson Jackson ' Fme Arts Edtors Bob Rogers Staff Artist...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 21 February 1942

( February 21 1942 THE tt-sU BRAND Page COWBOYS WIN TWO; PLAY TEMPE HERE TONIGHT Arizona University And Flagstaff Are Victims Coach Wnrrcn Woodson's Cowboy cngcrs won two gamc3 at homo this week to bring their total number of conference victories up to four for the season. Wednesday night the Arizona Uni- versity Wildcats invaded the Corral .and were handed the lower part of a 30 to .11 score and Thursdav nlirht Flagstaff Teachers' Lumber Jncks enmo by to be beaten 42 to 38. Earlier in the season both of these Arizona teams defeated the Cowboys on their homo courts. Tructt Knttnn Cowboy forwnrd led the scoring Wednesday night with nine points. He was followed by Vinco Cullcn Wildcnt forward who mndo eight. This game was close all the way. At the end of the half the score stood 18 all but from then on the Rnnch- crs mnnnged to stay a couple of points in the lead. Thursday night Lippy Lancaster played a wonderful game both of- fensively and defensively to take top scoring honors with ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 21 February 1942

HfB 'iX(" .JMiM. j. v. I v ri4 Captain King At Ministerial The First Baptist Church will bo the Bcono of the nnnunl banquet of the H-SU Ministers' Council and Min- isters Auxiliary on Monday Febru- ary 25 at 7:30 p.m. The sponsors of theso two organizations Dr. and Mrs. White 'Dr. and Mrs. N. A. Moore and Dr. and Mrs. E. B. At- wood will make up the receiving lino. Captain and Mrs. V. E. King will be guests with Captain King speak- ing on Over There. Other features of tho program are talks by Dr. W. R. White Billy Trice Melvin Byrd and Fred Porter n skit by Marjoric Burgess and Dorothea Dunlap and musical selections by the ministerial quartet Mr. and Mrs. Bill Bell Mr. R. L. Williams and Mr. Boyd Rob- crtson. Theme of Banquet The theme of the banquet Songs in the Night will have a patriotic background and will emphasize the need of Christian courage and joy in this time of world crisis. All members of both the Ministers' Council and the Ministers Auxiliary arc urged to attend. Navy ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 28 February 1942

'rwwmiwW!&WW'IP(m'" FOR VICTORY Buy ' UNITED STATES DEFENSE BONDS STAMPS For Victory Buy UNITED STATES DEFENSE BONDS STAMPS Vol. XXV Z714 HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ADILENE TEXAS FEBRUARY 28 1942 No. 20 190 PLAN TO ATTEND THREE TERM SUMMER SESSION f- C r jtB H-S. U. Students Register For Civilian Defense FREEDOM TO PREPARE Students toilny ybu arc free free to go where you choose do what you want to and say what you please yet the day Is coming when each of you will have an assigned task to per- form. Some will fly airplanes some will make them while others will keep the home fires burning. It doesn't matter what your task is do it well. This is the only way the fight can be won. There is only one exit In this theater and that escape is through the door to freedom. It may take two years and it may take ten to get through this door. The play has started and you must start so prepare while there is yet time. Build brain and body today for there will come a time when it is too late. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 28 February 1942

SPWstipt "TV' jw; vr Pafi t mi B-SU BRAND February 28 1042 mamsam ? I rr-J " I; p?-'- '" njy '. - rL I.. "." P-. M r ' 1 .7 h -&. H. Sranii 'gxchanges ad Bertha A weekly college newspaper published every Saturday during the School year by the Hardin-Simmons Press Club in the interest of the Student Body of Hardin- Simmons University. Entered as Second Class mail matter Juno 22 1917 at the Postoffico at Abilene Texas under act of March 3 1012 History teacher: Name three kinds of government. Bright (T) stude: Honest dishonest and different. Subscription Prico per year .$1.00 Editorial Office; First Floor Abilene Hall 1302 Univer- sity Drive. Downtown Office: 241 Hickory Street. Telephones 7211 or 5751 HnllMTIO ton NATIONAL ABVMTIMM ST NatiMMlMvertkiiigSrvictkic. CtlUtt rUuhn Ktnwnltrt 420 Madkon Av. Ntw Yokk N. V. Cmcuo letto Lot Amnn . a ratxtt Then there was the lady who named the three children "Surely" "Goodness" and "Mercy" so they would follow her all the rest of hei life. N...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 28 February 1942

"'wsrwM February 28 1942 THE tt-SU BRAND hftl COWBOYS END Woodson's Team Defeats Two Border Foes The Hardin-Sjmmons Cowboy cage team finished up the 1042 season this week on n trip through New Mexico where they won two games nml lost one. Tliis gave the Cowboys a total of six conference victories to 10 defeats and situated them in sixth place of the final conference standings. Meanwhile West Texas State wound up n perfect conference season will all victories to take the cham- pionship undisputed. They clinched the title last Wednesday night by drubbing Texas Mines 88-05. The Uuff aloes averaged scoring 71 points per game this year and ran tho score up past the 100 mark in three games. One of these was against Hardin- Simmons. The Cowboys played their final home game Saturday night losing to Arizona State of Tempe 43-50. In this buttle Gerald Jones Tem- pe all-confercnco player dropped 11 field goals through the hoop to total 22 points. Jimmy Lancaster topped the Cowboys with 11 poin...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 28 February 1942

1W"7t n Pais 4 Cole and Ratliff Added To Family Portrait Cast Some changes have been mode In tho cast of Family Portrait. A. L. Colo will replace Irving Cumblo as . Mordccai and It. C. Ratliff takes the part of Mendel formerly cast for Robert Foley. "Family Portrait Is progressing unusually well" said Miss Doyd after the Monday and Tuesday rehearsals. Ila Mao Evans who will play the lead ns Mary is president of tho Al- pha Psi Omega and program chair- man of the Players club. She played n major rolo in Our Town. 11a Mao is majoring in speech. Bettyo Sue Pitts a speech major will cat tho part of Mary Clcophas. She is a member of Alpha Psi Omega and vice-president of tho Players Club. She played leading parts in Stage Door and Our Town and won first place in the women's poetry reading division of the A.C.C. speech tournament. Helen Humor Mary of Mngdala in the play is a member of Alpha Psi Omega and had major roles in Stage Door and Our Town. She is directing Tho Villlan Still Pursued...

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

I FOR ICTORY BUY JNITED STATES 11 - PAYDAY BOND DAY BONDS STAMPS Vol. XXV Z714 HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXAS MARCH 7 1942 No. 21 AAA MAKE EVERY j jSS L ikT H HfltLVBiiA Hlld bb MBr" liBBBIv mkl H lK. 7ir .x Vl . m i i l CIVILIAN DEFENSE REGISTRATION BEGINS ON CAMPUS REMAINING IN SCHOOL Hardin-Simmons University togcth cr with other Institutions of the na tion is making n special concession concerning those who are called Into military service which will encourage such students to stay in school as long as possible. President White in his letter to students and their parents listed the National Service training programs recognized by authorities uniting col- lege study with preparation for na- tional service. Our leaders have pre- dicted a long drawn out war and there will be plenty of opportunities for service of the younger boys after they finish their college work. National shortages have been recog- nized in trained personnel in phar- macy medicine physics chemistry and...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 7 March 1942

fiwf . irf- i j- . j r TMB MSU ftfcANb March 7 1942. A 'H iVT m V I' ? "V- .. CI" .(' wn A ' V - .'" . -s ' ffff .T " - i'$? ;.. to 91p . . Irani. A weekly eeUege newspaper published every Saturday feriag the aeheel yaw by the Hardln-Slmmons Press Chrt hi the iaterett of the Student Body of Hardin- IlaiwM University. Entered as Second Clasa mail matter June 22 1017 at tXe Festofflee at Abilene Texas under net CRounding Up The Strays GQold Bertha . . . . . . ck Exchanges V of March 3 1012 Additions to the H-SU ongnged'Hst for the week include June Gregg and Maxinc Daugherty. Subscription Price per year $1.00 Editorial Office: First Floor Abilene Hall 1302 Univer- sity Drive. Downtown Office: 241 Hickory Street. Telephones 7211 or 5751 Mmmmn o national advikthin t nsnMMsl MnViIMMg) wGCTICwf MC CMfM PmWtktn HifrtttnUHr 410 MADMON Ave NIW YORK. N. Y. InciH limi Lot Amuii rxactico What is It about the time of year that compels boys to da something drastic with their hair? Some like Kenne...

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

March 7 1942 "'"" " "" SPRING Cowhand Team For 1942 Promises to Be Stronger Behind The Plate By GIF OLDHAM Spring ia just around tho corner and onco again tho H-SU Rangers aro about to take tho field. In tho past our team haa made a fine rec- ord winning tho championship of tho City Lcaguo in 1030 in tho play- off In '40 third placo in '41 and hero's hoping for '42. Duo to Spring football track and other conflicts thero is going to be n shortage of plnycrs so you boys who have played ball and will be avail- able to work out consistently and to play turn in your name and best posi- tion to Mr. Polk. Last year wo were handicapped by being unable to place tho same complete team on the field two games in n row. Come on boys let's help outl This year many of our gamcB will bo played on tho ACC hill cast of town. In years past tho students have complained about being unable to attend games because of the dis- tance to the State Hospital. This year we nro doing tho best wc can to shorten t...

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

Tv ' "V " h 4 THE M-8U BRAND March 7 1942 V ' h - k 5 it & y'- i. Plot of Family Portrait Beautiful Yet Simple Br ANITA WALKER Beautiful simple and unusual is Family Portrait Hardln-Simmons Players' major spring production. In Family Portrait based on the life of the family of the Founder of Christianity the characters Mary Joseph Judas Iscariot and all tho others who too often seem old and dead come alive and tho audience laughs with them and at them. They Inspire love and hate admiration and scorn; they are real genuine people. Ono of' the outstanding things about this play is that it presents the characters in a now original light Judas Iscariot dofics his age-old rep utation as a vlllian. Ho is presented when ho is young and fine and burn ing with the fire of the new cause. Mary Magdalene often known as n sinner appears in Family Portrait as ono of the few pcoplo who truly un- derstood humility. The Rabbi in- stead of being harsh was sympathe- tic toward the views of Jesus; ...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 14 March 1942

I I Vol. XXV Z714 HARDIN-SIMMON8 UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXA8 MARCH 14 1942 No. 22 SADIE HAWKINS COMES AGAIN FOR H-S.IKS DAISY MAES Nineteen Shingles Given to Members Of Honor Society Alpha Chi scholastic society of H-SU began owock of numerous ac- tivities when shingles were presented this morning in chnpcl to ID members of the club. Other nctivitics of the club for this week include n joint trl-collcgo meeting; at McMurry Mon- day morning; at the chapel period and the regular meeting of the club at 7:30 Thursday evening. Jane Meskimen will represent H- SU at the McMurry program by playing a piano solo. Each member of the society will answer the Thursday night roll call with short talks on their hobby. Dr. Otto Watts counselor of the organi- zation and Betty Mcintosh secre- tary are to play a violin and flute duct for the musical part of the pro gram. A special talk by Dr. Hoyt Ford faculty member will conclude the evening's session. Those who received shingles this morning and their c...

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

i H V . Nr TBI M-SU BRAND March 14 1942 Uw f tt &y X 1 fir ' ; m f. -" lh p ir y - A"tf H t -! lp f-. 1. Sranii A weekly college newspaper published every Saturday during the school year by tho Hardin-Simmons Press Club In the interest of tho Student Body of Hardin- Simmons University. Entered as Second Class mall matter Juno 22 1917 at the Postoffico at Abileno Texas under act of March 3 1912 Subscription Price per year -$1.00 CRounding Up The Strays These spring days bring about ro- mance and such stuff. Along with tho pretty weather a rumor lenks into the Brand offico of a purely per- sonal romance. Of course we wouldn't think of publishing it at nil. Campus Camera Editorial Office: First Floor Abilene Hall 1302 Univer- sity Drive. Downtown Offico: 241 Hickory Street. Telephones 7211 or 5751 RfpMMNTID ron NATIONAL ADVIftTlttN BY NatienalAdvertisingServicelrtc. Ctltttt rmUUMtrt Ktprtuntatlw 420 MADitON AVI. Niw YORK. N. Y. Cncuo (otTOa Lot Amit OK rcuo Dorothy Dec Nellie is be...

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

.1 March 14 1942 THE H-SU BRAND ff COWBOYS BEGIN SPRING TRAINING WITH SCRIMMAGE " S Squad Of Thirty-Six Are Now Working Out Daily Behind The Plate Uy OLDHAM AND CUMD1E Lnst Monday afternoon six boys got together for the first workout of the Ranger baseball team. The smnll number was the fault of the managers because it was not pro- perly announced. Some of the foot- ball boys unablo to work out with the others worked their arms out a lit- tle storting early and getting it in be- tween noon and skull practice. This baseball is not n varsity sport. Only the fun of playing is the re ward. Ten days separates us from the first game. There is still time to work out every day and get the kinks out of that arm by the time the ump hollers "batter up." Monday afternoon at 3:00 Is the time and south of the gym is the place. The- Ranger pitching staff is going to be greatly strengthened at the close of football training by giving us Leon Pelly and Jimmy Lancaster. Lancaster has a definite advan...

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

rage 4 Campus Leaders Perform In Players' Production Committees hnvo been selected for tho nroducllon of Family Portrait ns follows: Tnft Hollowny chairman of tho stngo committee with John Clcvcv land assisting. Shifting crows Hnr old Munlock Jack Burton Imogcnc Tnylor Frances White and Billy Trice. Chairman of the crew for building mid painting is Frances White. Oth er members nre: Imogcnc Tnylor Jack Ellison Billy Trice Helen Mc Lcod Ethel Mno Reynolds Jack Bur ton nnd Jcnn Williams. Sound ef- fects committee is headed by Imo- geno Taylor with Jnck Burton ns helper. Lighting will be done by Hnrlnn Shnw as chnirmnn with Ed Williams John Skinner Helen McLcoil nnd Ethel Mne Reynolds assistants. On the innkc-up committee Helen Wntts lias charge of the grease paints; Mnxinc Daughcrty of tho eyes; and Ed Williams of tho breads. Claudia Webb lends tho costume committee with crew members Fran- ces Fouts Jcnn Williams Ed Wil- liams Gcraldinc White Ethel Mao Reynolds Mnry Nell Waller Jo Wil...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 21 March 1942

MAKE EVE.RY PAY DAY BOND DAY MAKE EVERY PAY DAY BOND DAY JOIN THE PAY-ROLL SAVINQS PUN JOIN THE PAY-ROLL SAVINGS PLAN "1 l Vol. XXV Z714 RARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXAS MARCH 21 1942 No. 23 COWGIRL BAND TO PLAY 14 CONCERTS ON FOUR-DAY TOUR . t Chemistry Prof Receives Birthday Gift In Chapel Dr. Otto Wutts head of the H-SU chemistry department was surprised with a birthday gift from members of the Science club students nnd faculty members at n presentation in chapel this morning. After its presentation the AHS band under the direction of R. T. Bynum played Happy Birthday to the professor. The Eaglo Band in- cluded this as a regular part of the program it gave in chapel this morn- ing. Prc-Mcd Club Tho Prc-Mcd Club is in charge of the Science Club's program for the regular meeting of the group Thurs- day evening at 7:30. The meeting will be held In the physics lecture room. Certificates of Membership Seven students in the Science de- partment received certificates of membershi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 21 March 1942

V r W Petel THE H-8U BRAND March 21 1942 V ( f ' V W- I i$ ? r A $ H i -J :tr I- 'f XV If" ? rs. 1 !. 1 &1 ' V r - K ift -. 1. Urattb 'Exchanges A weekly college newspaper published every Saturday rif the school year by the Hardin-Simmons Press Club In the interest of tho Student Body of Hardin- Simmon University. Entered at Second Class mall matter June 22 1917 at the Postoffice at Abilene Texas under act of March 3 1912 Campus Camera By MAC KINO Teacher: James uso Defeat Do- duct Defense and Detail in one sen- tence. James (after thinking): Da feet of do duck went over de fence before do tall. r Subscription Price per year $1.00 Editorial Office: First Floor Abilene Hall 1S02 Univer- sity Drive. Downtown Office: 241 Hickory Street. Telephones 7211 or 5751 MMtatNTtD ton NATIONAL ADVtHTItlNa T Hatlwal AdvertisingService Inc. CtlUf PmUlxkm gttnunttrttl . 4SO MADIION AVE. Nw VORK. N. Y. CaiCAM Somou . Lot tiimi I'H fttucitta Sir. Penny (to butler): Announce Mr. and Mrs. Penny and ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 21 March 1942

"' V '! F March 21 1942 t THE H-SU BRAND REDS AND WHITES BANG AWAY IN GRID SCRIMMAGES S . -t Spring Drills For Varsity ReachHalfwayMarkToday Behind The Plate IJy GIP OLDHAM Judging by practice panics plnycd before the league piny stnrts A. C. C. Beems to bo the pro-season dark horse. Andrews Aces In practice ghmos hnvo broken oven and seem to bo n strong club. Their hitting has been good and their fielding fair for early season. The hospital tenm is better than laBt year while the McMurry team is a great deal weak- er at least at present than they wore last yeur. Football seniors have been work- ing out regularly the past week-end which certainly helps to brighten the prospects for this season. Those working out for this week have been: Irving Ctunbie John Shef- field Robert Thompson Horry Dyck Frank Elliot all outfielders; Murray Evans Pat Carter Jimmy Lancas- ter ami Jack Curry have been doing the chunking; Murray Evans catch- ing; Pat Carter doing the first base chores; Jack Curr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 21 March 1942

Jy-- 1 r Pat 4 THE H-SU BRAND March 11 Ml kfr 9 R. K' ?uufiU Rmsomm Gal&ijul By MARY Tho Cowgirl organization has grown a great deal not only in mem- bership but' also in purposes and functions since its meager beginning 10 years ago. This group was organized on Sep tcmbcr 24 1025 as a pep squad with tho object of furnishing a center around which to build mora pep among tho student body at athletic contests and to furnish stunts be- tween halves at tho games. Miss Willie Ray McDonald speech direc- tor was first leader or drum major as that offico was then called and tho 95 members wero volunteers. This group wore purplo skirts gold blouses purplo and gold head-bands and brown oxfords. In tho fall of 1020 Glcnna Fay Grant a senior and charter member became assistant drum majory and Tid Compero was chosen mascot. Tho uniform included ten gallon hats boots and purple tics. Some march- ing and drilling was done but it wasn't until 1027 that Miss Grant originated tho famous and uniqu...

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