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

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Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 28 March 1942

tmfttrvr' w www Vt j :. i rfi THE H-SU BRAND March 28 1942 1 . ff y. . "S . t V. V b. :-i It Iw t; k W i'u ' t i&rV $v . .V-s" vX 5 V f.Vif 'fr-H i?tt ' t' v I M .' ' 1 Ah f -. . ftratto 'Sxdianges Campus Camera A weekly college newspaper published every Saturday darlflf the school year by the Hardln-Simmons Press Club ta the Interest of tho Student Body of Hardin- Simmons University. Entered as Second Class mail matter June 22 1017 at the Postoffico at Abilene Texas under act of March 3 1012 By MAC KING "Who was that lady I seen you out with last night?" "I wasn't out. I was just dozing." Petroleum Engineer. 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 MPMMNTtD tOn NATION!. AOVtHTUCNU T HalmaAdertisiigSmlcerl(TC. CtlUf rMiktn RitrtnltHrt K 4SO Madison Ave New York. N. Y. Cmcam ( Lot AMtiti ruAncitca The three Chinese sisters who aren't married: Tu-Yung-Tu Tu-Dum...

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

0 ' ... March 29 1942 THE II-SU BRAND W I Rangers Lose Initial City League Game 9-0 Behiwi The Plot By GIP OLDHAM Here it Is one more week gone by and one game down for the Rangers in the City league race. Our first outing proved disastrous as far as score was concerned but through it wc learned what we should have learned in practice gnmos which due to football and other conflicts wc were unable to have. Poor batting I believe was the chief cause of our downfall of course coupled with errors. Too Smith was a very fast pitcher to be facing in. a first outing. Their first five runs came on four errors one a two-run error. Tho game showed one of the best balanced fielding clubs in tho league. Jack Curry looked fine at second in both fielding and covering up. John Lawson his first tlmo out this sea- son handled his fielding in great shape but seemed not to trust his throws. Murray Evans made Bcvcral beautiful pegs to Curry at second only to havo the umpire asleep. Lan- caster pitched a...

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

SjiWjwwrf7 Pat 4 THB H-SU BRAND March 28 142 r Juliett Mather Leading Speaker at YWA Conclave Juliett Mather south-wldo Baptist! young: people's secretary of Birming- ham Ala. will bo principal speaker at tho annual District 17 Young Women's auxiliary houso party being held in Mary Frances hall of H-SU. Registration for tho annual two- day event began at 2:30 Friday after- noon in tho parlors of Mary Frances hall. Tho program began at 3:30 p.m. with Mrs. 0. B. Woodrum presiding. Tho program included Rejoicing Together by Carolyn Evans pianist; devotional by Jano Mcsklmcn of tho H-SU auxiliary; welcome by Virginia East president of tho host Y. W. A. followed by greetings from Mrs. J. B. Buckley district Women's Missionary Union president and from Mrs. W. R. White representing tho university; response by Pearl Matthews of Mcr- kel; special music by tho Brcckcn- rldgo Y. W. A.; and a messago on Victory and tho Y. W. A. by Miss Mather. To Tour Abilene Tho Cowgirl band of Hardln-SIm mons...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 11 April 1942

BUI 1 DIRNSB STAMPS BONDS . UIP 1M FLYING C KIBT VM FLYING Vol. XXV Z714 IIARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXAS APRIL 11 1942 No. 25 WES DBRNM ilSS STAMP! MfC BONDS P iSKT WkW& "M M V: K?8 H-SU MOURNS Coming on the eve of tho Easter commemoration of our Lord's resur- rection was the timely and brilliant performance of Players depicting the homo life of Jesus of Nazareth in Family Portrait. A simple yet intricate masterpiece with an appeal to all ages. A soul- stirring presentation which will lin- ger long in our minds and hearts. We sincerely believe that every stu- dent who saw this production appre- ciated and enjoyed it The majority of us never stop to realize how many hours of hard work and practice go into a play of this type. We the audience merely take it for granted. Ila Mac Evans' presentation of Mary was unusually fine and seemed to us a most accurate portrayal of Christ's mother. We do heartily commend Miss Katharine Boyd and her cast of Players on their spring prod...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 11 April 1942

JiV'i "W'-' O ' S-1 . ly" r- fc i ." &". a( :' . b;m- .- " iff. $ ft u s r- i TIE H-IU BRAND :toiik Exchanges Campus Camera akh it mi (founding Up Saddle Songs A X the .United States wo Americans havo wit- nessed the way in which democracy has geared itself Jter war. Thero has been much discussion among the general public about tho slowness -with Wleh America has begun her part of the struggle. The people of America fail to realize that a demo- cratic government is different from that of the totalitarian state. - Democratic America has fewer laws and less rules than any country in existence. At the be- ginning of .the war America was not prepared for war as compared to tho enemy. The enemy was ready for war and on the offensive. The totali- tarian state was organized and had been organized thoroughly for several years. The whole civilian life was surrounded by a militaristic atmosphere. Americans have never known this life and it is extremely difficult for us to give up any of o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 11 April 1942

( 4 A X T W? "$ "? ' -"? j?t. . 39 April 31i 1142 m M-SU BRAND Indians Second Bchind The Plate Br GIP OLDHAM Dnmo Fortuno has certainly boon smiling' on tho Rangers through our record stand two defeats and no wins. In tho game with McMurry Leon Pclley pitched his best n three hitter ngainst tho strike-out king of tho league Bob Shclton who allowed four hits. Pelley was expected to bolster our pitching but camo through beyond our expectations. Last year ho was hampered throughout tho season by a sore arm hurt in his opening game. Evans again was hurt leaving only four men In tho line-up who played tho first game. This week of rain also helped not only tho farmers but laso tho base- ball out here. Two games postponed because of bad weather are to be played at a later date at which time spring football will bo over and we'll bo well reinforced. Weakness at the plate still looms as tho biggest boogcr to the team as is clearly indicated in the 17 strike- outs in the second game out of a ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 11 April 1942

f. "5".. J ft' ' Ff4 TRK H-8U BRAND AprH 11 14J t. . ?. V.v&" av jtf. ".r t- mm .. .ili tl ' w ils i7 ty r . tk ' r VI. Cowgirl Band Director Marries at Brownsville Louisa Bolton member of the H- SU music faculty and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Bolton of El Paso becamo the brido of Woodruff Ardlon Lochauscn Thursday afternoon In the chapel of Fort Brown in Brownsville Texas. Mr. Lochauscn is tho son of Mrs. Edward Otto Lochausen of El Paso and tho late Mr. Lochauscn who was a pioneer southwestern rancher with largo cattle interests in Texas Lo chauscn is stationed with the United States Army. Col. Thomas Rockctt chaplain read tho marriago vows and tho cou ple had ns their attendants Mr. and Mrs. William Chancellor. Tho bride wore n formal afternoon frock of aquamarines bluo with matching ac cessorics and had a corsage bouquet of camellias and Cecil Brunncr roses Immediately after tho ceremony Mr. Lochauscn and his bride were honored at a reception given by Band master and Mrs...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 18 April 1942

BUY DEFENSE STAMPS BONDS KEEP 1M FLYING ' KEEP 'EM FLYING Vol. XXV Z714 HARDIN-SIMM0N8 UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXAS APRIL 18 1942 No. 26 CLASS EDITORSHIPS OF BRAND TO BEGIN NEXT WEEK LBlB flferfBtk W9E& DBfBNSB lSEt STAMPS Mf BONDS pL :JM H H 1 A B mJi b Ml byU I JlT fcSSrf Junior Jubilee Will Be Entertainment Highlight Kenneth Whitescarver's Sensational Musical Comedy Is Number One Show Staged For Tuesday Evening April 28 By JOHN BURNETT Ladies and Gentlemen presenting for your approval the Junior Jubilee of 194211 This scnsntionnl musical comedy directed and produced by Kenneth "Whitcscarvcr has been designed especially for you. The Jubilco is a laugh-packed program bringing the curtain up on "Colored Capers" a Negro minstrel. This stage show has a star-stuuuca cast with Interlocutor Irving Cumbic pulling his side-splitting jokes on Endmcn Foley Tommy Hill Slick Montgomery and yours truly. In re- hearsals Squid Smith who will make her initial stage debut playing the role of heckle...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 18 April 1942

T(pV8iv ft?" " m & B- KmV-j" s Ifk b??' I KW '. t i ' ' G -1 1' S3 F? W &' I f 1' -L 5 lA- THE H-SU BRAND (5cfctoriab April 18 1942 Exchanges Campus Camera Mhm Landers . uy fflAU AINU W cmM easily write books and books on the Mwlc" young lady (to real estate subject of our friend and all around good fellow f gcnt who was tryn to 8el1 hcr ft Prof. Eataett Landers. But at tho moment wo hous): A homo? Why do I need a will humble ourselves and say that ho can never bo h?mc7 l wns t n a hospital replaced intho hearts of tho entire student body. cducatcd ln a college courted in an For 16 years Prof has been known to tho student nutomob"e and married in a church body as tho students' best friend. Uvo out tho delicatessen and paper r . . . bags; I spend my mornings on tho Mr. Landers had been secretary of tho West goif coursc my nftcrnoons nt tt Texas Historical Association for tlio past 24 years bridge table and my evenings at tho filling his post faithfully. Also Prof served as th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 18 April 1942

). April 18 1942 THE H-SU BRAND RANGERS DOWN STATE HOSPITAL AND ANDREWS ACES f : ..'t'f-j Pelley Pitches H-SU To Two Successful Wins Behind The Plate Ily Gil' OLDHAM Tho player of the week is the boy who hns really been pitching with his heart Leon I'cllcy. In n spaco of six days ho pitched three games lost a thrce-hlttcr to McMurry beat tho Hospital and tho muchly publicized highly acclaimed lcaguo leaders at that time Andrews Aces decisively lie picked off one base runner and teamed with ACC Hill on tho hidden ball play to send Howard Green the manager-catcher of tho Aces and al- so Reporter-News baseball write-up man to the dug-out. Ho ended the gome by striking out tho first batter throwing out the second and snagging a line drive for tho third out. Hitter of tho week is John -Law-son. Coach Woodson has allowed him to play twice both against Will Smith nnd tho Aces. Without practices ho went to bat officially five times col- lected four hits two for extra bases against the top p...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 18 April 1942

AT ' V a 1- tSl r -Mm (I 'V i V v( mi -U MAND AprH 18 IMS - r.H v V Senior Recital Suiig Tuesday Eve Let Rue Riddle meito-soprano vaa presented by Mrs. Lola Gibson Dcaton in her senior voice recital Tuesday night at the H-SU auditor- ium. Her selections were rendered with real artistic ability. The program: Arias 0 del mlo dolco Cluck: Las- cia ch'io piango Handel; Al dolce guidami Donizetti. Arias Ouvro tcs bleus Massenet; Connais Tu Lo Pays? Thomas. Arias My Heart at Thy Sweet Voice (Samson and Delilah) Saint- Saens; Over the Steppe Gretchanin- off; Ave Maria (Cavallcria Rusti- cano) Mascagni. Sweet Little Jesus Boy Mac Glme- sey; Pale Moon Logan; Melisando In tho Wood Guetz; Lift Thine Eyes Logan. Avia Maria Meditation (Thais) Massenet violin obligate Betty Mc- intosh organ accompanimcntDcan E. E. Young piano accompaniment Dor- othy Outlaw. Dorothy Outlaw student of Dean E. E. Young accompanied Leta Rue at tho piano; also assisting in tho program were Dean Young at the or- gan an...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 25 April 1942

- -X tfl fe &&& CdUion Vol. XXV Z714 HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXAS APRIL 25 1942 No. 27 JUNIORS TO GIVE ANNUAL JUBILEE TUESDAY NIGHT iBi4r9BLHKIBfHr Junior 'Jubilees have come and gone but don't let this one go by without seeing it. They have never failed to satisfy in the past If that is nriy guarantee. On the names in the cast alone you can afford to buy your ticket. They know good comedy when they sec it and they know how to see it. We'll be seeing you there. Have you ever talked to Mrs. J. D. Sandcfer? If you haven't it would bo worth your while. It never hurts to look back at the pat If thereby you gain courage and wisdom to face the future. The new students espe- cially would benefit by knowing Mrs. Sandefcr. In her eyes tho past is very clear and when she talks you feel as if you yourself were seeing Hardin-Simmons grow into a univer- sityjust as she has. As this column is being written our thoughts wander off to next week when there will be peace again....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 25 April 1942

f-EJF ftf I THE H-SU BRAND April 25 1942 K. I- fc It w ii. v h- ' - . jfcj m& VVl Editorials . . . It's Election Time Again Students 1 Soon thcro la to Tjo an all-university election. And at this time of tho year the campus turns political with posters plaques paid polit- ical advertising and tho like playing dominant roles. In school there is democracy. You nominate you vote and you elect to suit tho majority. Now is tho timo for all good people to como to tho aid of their politicians. It is a chanco for everyouo to take part in supporting their candidate. Let's make this campaign tho greatest and most rcliahlc in tho school's history. Keep up tho spirit! Voto for your favorite and "put him on reserve" for tho coming year. Choose a leader and pick a winner I J.L.T. o Good News From Japan Tokyo reports give us the news we've heen wait- ing for that Japan lias been bombed. Even though we have no officinl report from Washing- ton yet as to tho authenticity of the bombing wo have r...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 25 April 1942

April 25 1942 TOE n-SU BRAND ! 1 . I tt t Prospects Look Bright For Cowboy Footballers BdM The Plate Hy GIP OLDHAM Spring football is over and with It the Hangers arc to bo reinforced nt nil thq weakest positions. Murray Evans will now fill the weakest po- sition behind the plate. Steve Minns "Ace" 1'rcscott or Hnlph Mnrmelejo nro expected to give help around sec- ond bnse "Tex" Lawson will move into the outfield along: with Pat Car- ter ns Jimmy Lancaster will cover first while not pitching. In the first and only work-out weather permitted prior to thoir first game the football lecruits looked mighty nice nt the pinto in batting practice and well on the Infield such as it is where wo practice. .With the gnme with State Hospital Friday serving ns u try-out game they all showed up nicely. Though having lost thrco games in five outings the Hangers still have n good chance at the play-off. We have six games remaining. To lose one still would keep us in the run- ning. Wo are better prep...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 25 April 1942

'V V r 4 JM H-SU BRAND April 30 1942 1 R j Christine Shannon In Recital May I Mrs. Lola Gibson Dcaton will pre- sent Christina Shannon in Junior voice recital on Friday night May 1 in the university main auditorium at 8:30. Miss Shannon a member of the Golden Girls Quartette for the third year is tho daughter of Mrs Lena Shannon of Roswoll N. M. Tho program: Lasclatcmi Moriro (Let Death Now Como to Mo) nih aria from Arionna by Montcverde; Virgin Tutta Amor (an Italian prayer Oh Virgin Full of Grace) by Durante; aria from Or- fco Clio Faro Sonzn Euridlcc by Gluck. Aria 0 Rest in the Lord from Eli- jah by Mendelssohn. Elegy Massenet; Sappic Ode Brahms; I Love Thee Grieg; None Hut tho Lonely Heart Tschaikowsky. Tako What the Desert Offers Strickland; By tho Waters of Minnc- tonka Licvranco; Deep River Bur- leigh; and The Fairy Pipers by Brewer. Miss Shannon will bo accompanied at the piano by Dorothy Outlaw stu- dent of Dean E. Edwin Young. Usher- ing 'for the recital will be Elaine Ha...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 2 May 1942

WviwAJWwJwD vwr E.1 1 k. ifl L. .k." iifl CbhCm iifl V.b B &f issiH SdUtiOH Vol. XXV Z714 IIARDIN'SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXAS MAY 2 1942 No. 28 CANDIDATES PLAN FOR BIG RALLY TUESDAY NIGHT $ """ " ii " ; With suspicion and doubt clogging an already cloudy mind I calm my fears with difficulty and make my first attempt at writing n front page personal opinion column. Omitting the usual information of how difficult and nerve-racking the Job of an inexperienced editor is I'll enter into a discussion of the chief topic of the campus politics. Spring has blossomed forth and so have the usual number of campus politicians. The offices these candidates are seeking do not seem to be important to the average student. The average student wonders if positions filled by the student elections really require any special qualifications and some may wonder why student elections are held at all. Almost any student could hold of- fice without disgracing the univer- sity or casting any bad refle...

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

."i 7 v'' . i- pi a THE H-SU BRAND Majr 2 1942 i . u l fl.BS 5 !. M.- X i l 1. l Editorials . . . Help Make H-SU Campus Beautiful The Hardin-Simmons University campus has the potentialities of being tho most beautiful campus in town. The largo trees and abundance of ver- dure are rare beauties for AVcst Texas. Mrs. C. 0. Chcnoweth is general chairman of a town clean-up campaign. Mrs. Otto Watts with the assistance of Mrs. E. B.. Atwood Mrs. Harry Hayes and Mrs. W. T. Walton is working hard toward furthering the clean-up campaign on the university campus. Administrative officials arc directing clean-up drives of old trash cans etc. from unsightly spots around Ferguson hall and behind Smith hall. Equipment for tho disposal of trash is being put up at suitable locations. The townspeople and the school officials are doing their part. The ultimate responsibility is with tho students. Do not unnecessarily make a mess and do make every possible effort to make the H-SU campus "tho most beau...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 2 May 1942

My 2 1942 THE II.SU BRAND Fr I trim" ...."' RANGERS HIT STRIDE WITH TWO VICTORIES IN ROW From th SUPELUKE! By SHERWYN McNAIR Brand Sports Editor The spring business meeting of Border Conference representatives will bo held this week along with the trnck and tennis meet nt Tempo Ariz. Dean L. Q. Campbell who will rep resent Hnrdin-Simmons in the busi- ness session left Wednesday night with publicity director Hcrschel Schoolcy and Gib Sandcfcr graduate manager of athletics to attend the meet. The principal question which will be placed before the faculty men is whether or not the conference will allow freshmen to participate in the major varsity sports for the duration of the war. A straw vote taken last week in- dicates that a majority of the league members favor freshman participa- tion. At the winter meeting last January the ropes were raised sol far an freshmen are concerned in track tennis and golf but the bas- ketball and football situation remain- ed unsettled nt least until th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 2 May 1942

Bt-.'y.. THE H-SU BRAND r 4 Mar 2 1942 fRAffi HALL AI H-SU COMPLETED 111 191 G on funo STflRKD ey pfliiimoRf m ikmmt (Editor's' Notes The accom- panying history of Mary Frances hall nt Hardin-Simmons Univer- sity dormitory for girls named for tho wives of two promlnont early trustees and of Anna hall its predecessor Is told by Mrs. J. D. Sandcfer in an accompany- ing article. Shown hero aro Anna hall of 30 years ago and Mary Frances hall today. In tho artlclo Mr.s Sandcfer reminisces of early days at H-SU). By LUCILE GILBERT SANDEFER Wo moved to Anna hall during the summer of 1912. It was our second homo after coming to Simmons Col lege in 1909. Anna hall of yesterday a three storied brick building had dormer windows vertical in tho third story roof-gable Tho building with forty rooms wido hall and largo dining room faced north with a gallery across the center front. A doublo door led into the hall and to tho right was the parlor with its red Brusscll carpet given by the Ladles Aid ...

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