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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 12 March 1938

t " ! THE H-S U BRAND Ttfl Jt Courtmen Close Ill-Fated Season With Three Wins Cowboys Register Twelve Losses For Unsuccessful Season In Court History By BILL AMO Brand Sport Editor Loss thnn a fortnight ago the Hardin-Simmons bnsketccrs brought to a close the most unsuccessful season ever to be recorded In Cowboy court history Only thrco triumphs were chalked up by Conch Frank Kim- brough's combine during the ill-fated campaign against n string of twelve defeats. Chief Factors Lack of height and experience proved to bo the chief factors in the complete reversal of form suffered bV this winter's aggregation compar- ed to tho quintets of former years. Averaging Bllghtly over tho six foot marker the Cowboys failed to mca- suro up to their opponents in height by quite a few inches. Although the chango in the center jump rulo was to benefit the smaller teams height still played a major role in the suc- cess or failure of a five. Only two squad members of this year's outfit had seen enoug...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 12 March 1938

Pr8 THE 1T-S U BRAND lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllltlllllllllllllllllH I Ernest Grissom's Pays Tribute Where I Tribute is Due f I J.D.SANDEFER I - On This Your Seventieth Birthday We congratulate you upon your twenty-nine years of valiant Jcad- 5 cfohip at th6 helm of Hardin-Siiuinons University. Wc realize that much of the growth of our city is due to your lahors. 5 May your future he crowned wjth like success and achievement. H iiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiini rj i' ZE3szrrsssssaEE3aEE3Bs35nin CONGRATULATIONS PRESIDENT SANDEFER ON YOUR 70TH BIRTHDAY We Wish You Many Happy Returns Western Chevrolet Co. Successor to Ahilcnc Motor Co. Phone 3201 M02 North 1st. i9 M'wy r"ywnTTT'y?"f ir-sir n-pt- Tilt; SMART CO-ED Goes To THE FRANCES BEAUTY SHOPPE GLADYS COLLINS BYIID GRAY 2109 Hickory Phone 2-0012 Publicity Department Prepares Pictorial A now pictorial is being prin...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 19 March 1938

i.. i... 11 irrrn i lr n.iT - TTW-"C7- -Wi r.. JOT1JV Jt-J IM Tll-W Wrfl j'n"7Plf " Tt r-""V"W"lp r i Vol. XXII Z715 HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXAS MARCH 19 1938 No 23 1- .. . ... ' . '!. - - "' -' '' ' : "'"'"' "'-!. ' il : ' : n.u iv-f r:- STTS.-r.-j : -Jir-a laauittt a s !! :-Jiivj 'J-.".1 i '. .hh;jj... . ....in.i ..- -. . .'.; - .. - - H-SU Debaters Meet Drake U. Team Tuesday Henslee Stephenson Clash With T.C.U. Team Here Saturday March 26 Debaters from Drnko University of Dcs Moines Iown will bo on the H-SU enmpus Tuesday Mnrch 22 and Tues- day evening they will meet an H-SU team composed of Avery Leo and Aaron Grant in the main auditorium in a formal debate. The "big four" of the Drake uni- versity debate squad are girding themselves for the second Drake drive of the year against southern debate teams. Accompanied Jby a chaperon the two men and two women left on the tour March 18. Traveling by automobile the team will make a circuit of about 3000 miles in the two wee...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 19 March 1938

?vr v-1- ."-- r - 1 rt h THE H-S U BRAND v. 't b . r r' . & ft I? ft ..'ii.. II. It I i. y 5 ;?. rc fc rap t & l L ' S l l I. ? t ? V Sf.v rfl' fcr . j? Hi .i i '' Af; kk AS fc ."?? J ti' rt f; 'Editorials Welcome First Lady "The world is too much with us; late and soon Getting and spending we lay waste our powers: Little we see in Nature that is ours." Wordsworth. Cowboy Spurs Campus Camera By Polk and McClure And now another week hns passed Next year Mrs. Franklin Delano Roosevelt will como to Hardin-Simmons to appear on the season 'a artist course. For the first time in the history of the school the wife of a president of the United States will come 10 ADiieno 10 auurcss an auuicncc innuc up and It seems that dirt is still In de ot people trom tins part ot tiic state. Tiierc is mand. How about some of yousc perhaps no other woman speaker in the United guyB and gals doin 80methijf orljr- Statcs today more noted for her superior qualities inai for a change? Doesn't the old ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 19 March 1938

'.'I vi THE H-S U BRAND tnf S Cowboy Netters Meet Baylor U. Bears Today Visiting Raqueteers Play A. C. C. Quartet Friday On Wildcat Court 'Tho 1I-SU Cowboys nro going to abandon tholr horses and guns to go hunting for Boars "a la Baylor" this afternoon with tennis racquets on the H-SU courts and tho netters and their coach M. M. Ballard think that they wilt need no other weapons to bag their game Baylor Card Full Tho Baylor tennis team played the Horned Frog of T. C. U. Thursday and on arriving in Abilene on Friday they played at A. C. C. The quartet that represented A. C. C. in Friday's dual meet with the Baylor Bears con- stated of Kendall Jones Texas Con- ference singles champion Murray Marshall No 2 player; Joo Taylor No.t 3 player and SI Sellers tho fourth man on tho team. In the matches between the Baylor netmen and the A. C. C. Wildcats tho No. 2 doubles and No. 3 and 4 sin- gles were played in tho afternoon. The No. 1 singles match between Bay- lor's biggest and "baddest" Be...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 19 March 1938

Pag 4 TUB 1I-S U BRAND A Gappella Choir Receives Robes Announcement wns made enrly thla week that the A Cnppella Choir will be furnished with vestments and that in the near future the Choral club will present the oratorio "The Crea- tion" by Haydn. Lola Gibson Dcaton from whom en mo the statement explained that the vestments will bo collegiate in style purple with roUI trimming and that they will add much to the beauty and effectiveness of the choir. Haydn's work ranks third in the popularity of oratorios in the world beinff surpassed only by Handel's "The Messiah" nnd Mendelssohn's "Eli- jah." The date for the production will be 'announced soon. The concert will be given in connection with the University Symphony orchestra. The personnel of the choir Is com- posed of boys and girls from the voice department choral club and other students in school whose musi- cal ability enables them to do the work required of members of the A Cnp- pclla Choir. Debaters Return From Louisiana H-SU d...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 26 March 1938

l-OT Ul Vol. XXII Z715 HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVEI18ITY ABILENE TEXAS MAKCH 26 1938 No. 21 I I j r. hV V H A h 1 H r" L HE1H H H MPH H 1 .Er MfeHv cjlx x x-i n m Staff In Dither Of Rehearsing For All- University Varsity Show April 8 Directors of tho Hardln-Sim-moiis Varsity Show will bo put- ting final touches on tho pro- duction this week and early next week in preparation for presen- tation on April 8. Rehearsals have been called for every eve- nine; during these two weeks for the final polish. Although the stage production staff and property and make-up assistants are incomplete tho en- tire cast and directoral body of the production will include ap- proximately one hundred persons. Spring Revival Is Brought To Close In Morning Service After a week of prayer and conse- crated services tho annual revival of Hardin-Simmons university came to a close this morning. Rev. Fred C. Eastham pastor of the First Baptist church of Wichita Falls brought the messages. He is an ex-student of Hnrdin-S...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 26 March 1938

' Vk-v W ('v. pts THE H-S U BRAND - lT0f Vi ih v. .! i.Vl lfc K 1'rf I s I ?- we r-1 1 'j- ... 'Editorials By Righteousness Life is too short to waste in critic peep or cynic bark quarrel or reprimand: 'Twill soon be dark; Upl mind thine own aim and God speed the mark! Emerson. Cowboq Spurs Campus Camera By Polk and McClurc Sweets to the sweet I The students like MRS. KENNEDY because she The campus has been stirred this week by tlio dynamic messages of Fred Enstham. Most of us have made resolutions to live better and more con- structive lives. Among the many good things which were said during the wcok was: "Nobility is not determined runs her "grafting palace" according by rank but by righteousness." to the likes and dislikes of Joe Col- It is easy for us as college students to grow Icrc and Betty Co-ed! cynical and in our search for knowledge forget some of the finer things of life. Wc need to bo D0T OZIER DEVISED DEVIL- challenged and this week has afforded that dial- ISH DOINGS D...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 26 March 1938

V ' & V ! W THE H-S U BRAND fttftl . ' ' . J r V IS A. ii--a 'tew-' April 2 Is Set For Intra-Mural Track Field Meet Eight Events Will Be Represented In Classic Plans for the forthcoming Inttn- murnl track nml field meet gained considerable headway during the past week. Eight events have been se- lected to compriso the afternoon's piogram on Satin day April 2. The classic will be staged In three dif- ferent places. Marston gymnasium Parramoro field nnd the grounds south of .Marston. The varied activities necessitate the use of the three settings. In the gym- nasium the chinning competition will hold the spotlight. On Parramoro field the 440 yard shuttle relay will take place. The remaining events are scheduled for the lot neighboring Marston including the CO and 100 yard dashes running broad jump running high jump hop step and jump nnd the 10-pound shot put. All registered men students are eligible for the track and field meet save the football boys. The griddcrs are ineligible b...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 26 March 1938

ut.-nir'ac as ;" Pat. 4 THE H-8 U BRAND Charles Gauntt Appointed Chemist In State Department Of Health H-SU Debaters Meet Drake U. Team Here More than 200 Hnrdln-Slmmons students faculty member and visitors heard Hnrdln-Slmmons debaters and n team from Drako university of Des Moines Iown when the two teams met nt H-SU Tuesday night. The debate as Introduced by Prof. W. A. Stephenson debate coach and professor of government was a "con- tinuation of the ago old conflict be- tween Adam and Eve" because tho affirmative side of the question was presented by Avery Lee and Aaron Grant of H-SU whilo tho negative was defended by a women's team composed of Miss Jane Gibson and Miss Kay Coones of Drake. The question debated was "Re- solved: That the National Labor Re- lations Board should be empowered to enforce arbitration of all indus- trial disputes." Tho debate was non- decision the audience being allowed to form its own conclusion. After the debate the visiting teams were entertained by t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 1 April 1938

CI Scoop! Dirt! Flush!! CRAWFORD If you can't pick better council members this year then for 'God's sake don't ote. Vol. '2 gals. Federal Mugs Take Inspectors Arrest Student Council Four Of Faculty Uncover Reason For Apartment Lights Hell broke loose on the Hardin Simmons campus when the stu- dent council and four members of the administrative staff were ar- rested' by federal narcotic inspec- tors Thursday morning March 29 charged with violation of the anti-marijuana law. The group was arrested follow- ing a hilariously wild party of students who took advantage of the effects of the friendly drug at the university apartments. Forty young males and females participating in the gala occasion were captured in the raid. Formal charges were placed against the council and the four faculty members as directors of the habi- tude. Dr. Julius Olsen science in- structor at the little North Abi- lene college was refused bond while awaiting a formal hearing on the case. Investigators alleged th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 1 April 1938

.V THE CUTTHROAT Editor-in-Chief .1I.-....I. .'.. Fernetta Foley Sports Editor...... 'Sloppy" Turner Society Editor. 1 ......"Miss Twihchell" Cotten Desk Editor. - '. (Theda Moore Chief Censor. ."Incinerator" Collins Scandal Scooper.. :. C. H. '"Stooge" Foley Art Critic : .; ....- Dr. Any Moore Columnists.....5.v.-.. "Loud Mouth" Rupey Susan Franklin General Flunky and HEEL -... ..... Selby Aswell 1 Y SELF GOVERNMENT BAH! The Student Council has violated its trust. The council was originated for the purpose of representing the students to the administration. The council this year has expressed administration views to the students instead of represent- ing students' wants to the administration. The council is composed of a group of spineless nin- compoops who have not considered the will of the student body in any action they have taken. We recommend that some real men be elected to the offices this year. The student body should use more discre- tion than has been used in the past in...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 1 April 1938

WHO'S NET? r JTi I ifift 'S p 1 TTV iiATj J i ' j i m l r i -' r (-" $n WEvM I Sw i fefe I FLUSH- Grashus; 1 Society " - Drips (By Miss Twinchell) (Your annual campus ditch-digger digs down into the sod around the forty acres and turns over some of the nastiest muck years). FLASH j ajl. VU41U13 is uiuy posiuonaiiy Wpposed to smokine . . . the sour grapevine reveals that he smokes. . srnnp -r1 University Apartments has be ome goodness such terrible ha- Ten for lovemakers. The;sts;)a$v r of the.-'pts-.. i subnifhiife; the rear 3teps too are becoming oooh so lasty! MINIATURE Quaint and lovely little maid With your placid gaze. Blossoming on Ivory Flower of other days. 'Neath your chill serenity Tell me did you know Throb of heart and passion's kiss In that -long ago? Art has Mona Lisa fair History the sphinx You hold more of mystery Than man .really thinks. (Ed. Note How sentimental Twinchell How damned senti- lental). FLASH l.Word comes from Wichita Falls Candid Cameraman expected vis...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 1 April 1938

J Plagiarized Puns Professor I will not begin to- day's lecture until the room set- tles down. Voice from the rear Go home and sleep it off old man. '' Black and Blue Jay. She "No we mustn't! Didn't you know the dean's decided to stop necking?" He: "Aw heck. The first thing you know they'll be wanting the students to stop too." Carnegie Tech Puppet. Three Ways to End a Dinner Conversation 1. Ask the lady on your right if she's married. Should sue say "yes" ask her if she has any ask "no" children. If she says her how she does it. 2. Ask the lady on your left if she is married. If she says "no" ask her if she has any chil- dren. 3. Ask the lady across from you if she has any children. If she says "yes" ask her if she's married. Battalion. i "Where've ya been for the last two hours?" "Talking to the girl at the cigar counter." ' "What did she say?" "No." Ranger. Extract from a Coed's Letter Home: "I am getting fat. I weigh 128 stripped. Of course.the scales at the drug store 'may not ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 1 April 1938

t twwiii J J afcarfM 4 WHAT'N HELL'S THE SCORE r- iK S kSS y v Asv yjA' SPORTS The most blessed power among mankind is the ability to say "You do this or I quit right now" and to say it loud enough to make the hearers want to do this or whatever it is. Power to you Coach Ballard. FLUSH- Sfomp Out Game In Future Conflict On tomorrow afternoon April 2nd the reds and the blues en- gaged in the first of a series of intra-squad battles! Practically all of botii of the squads were jun- iors oWseniors and had been en- gaged in Lee's Junior-Senior dance the night before. The game was scheduled to be- gin at 2:15 but the boys had been up too late tonight and about five o'clock the last of the team came trucking out onto the field dress- ed in tux each carrying two dead gin bottles in his pocket. Gib emerged from the box of- fice where he had been engaged for the past two hours returning angry customers' ticket money. Sardonically he yelled . . . "What's the score." Kimbrough came out on the ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 1 April 1938

Females Of "Betta Quarter" Sorority Fail To Entice Men For Altar Trips Shows Cars Food Fun . Fail To Snare Boys; Something Is Lacking The "Geta Quarter" sorority has been running after men for three years with the most vigor and vitality. Although they al- ways do their hunting in pairs the gals still can't get the men they would like to see come around and see them. They invite them out pay their way to shows and even feed them but to no avail. There is still something lacking. Look how Mary Brown haswkept ' ' her Airflow running back and forth to and from town in a vain effort to rouse some poor football player to the point of trying her out. "Doggone but I can't keep a man" says Mary. "I can get him for a few days but then he hears about some Margaret Mitchell and is "Gone with the Wind." Mary Alice Brooks and Kay Cor bin work together evidently in the belief that together they should be worth as much as any other girl on the campus. Mary Alice tried Byron Fletcher but be- came d...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 1 April 1938

Selby Aswell Only- Other Candidate In Race In a poll taken this week by the editor's of the Cutthroat John Endicott assistant director of the Cowboy Band was almost unani- mously elected as the Biggest HEEL on the campus. Selby As- well member of the Cutthroat staff won second place. Many of the students who vot- ed were very vociferous in their statements. The chief characteris- tics of the HEEL seem to be that he is always more than glad to to cut someone else's throat to knife someone else in the back but 599 of the 600 students in- terviewed agree that he can't take it. Members of the Brand (Weakly College Publication) Staff voiced theirpinions backed up by many specific instances. The Journalists stated that the most regular con- tributor to the gossip columns of the paper had been HEEL Endi- cott but that on numerous occa sions the HEEL had gone to the administration because cracks had been taken at him. In fact he promised your correspondent a se- vere upbraiding by the "Powe...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 1 April 1938

sy&c:z "r Cowboy. Musicians To adopt Calots And Short Skirts '" Directors Grow Weary . With Well Meaning Travelers Following the recent invasion of the Western portion of the Unit- ed States the leaders of. the World Famous musical tpoters de- cided to change the name and uniforms of the school orchestra. Purpose for the alteration is the firm 'belief that the young men are unable to fully portray the people they are attempting to rep- resent. Band boys found themselves in their natural elemeni in Arizona for the town was wet to the point 01 dripping and the -boyr were lousy with lucre. Believing that real Cowboys would never adver- 'tise the stuff they drank the lead- 'ers are turning their interests to thd Cowgirls and their sewing circles. Most likely suggestion to be 'followed in the selection of new 'garb' and nom-de-plume is the "Scotch Highlander". Uniforms vduld consist only of short pleat- ed; skirts and trim little calots attorned witlfc pink ribbons. " While in the We...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 2 April 1938

-' ' v I Vol. XXII Z716 HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXAS APRIL 2 1938 No. 25 ""fa I . . I I - I I I I II I II I . -- - . School Invites Journalists To Meet Here In '41 Edith Lewis Named To Office At Waco Session Of Group Convention of the Southwestern Journalism Congress hns been invited to the Hardin-Simmons campus in 1041 in connection with the univer- sity's celebration of its 50th anni- versary. Invitation was extended by Hcr- schel Schoolcy head of the journalism department at jthisvyear's convention in Waco. At that meeting Oklahoma A. & M. in Stillwater named 1930 con- vention site and Tulane University in New Orlcftns was picked for 1040. Eleven Attend Eleven Hardin-Simmons students attended the congress in Waco ac- companied by Schoolcy. Edith Lewis Baird sophomore was elected secretary-treasurer of the student busi- ness managers' association of the congress. Morris Lninc 1030 busi- ness manager-elect of tho Texas Tech Toreador was made president of this group. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 2 April 1938

z5 .$ -4- ! ! TOE H-S U BRAND r' . fi. A P-x. i ft' i .-. f Wt j& it . Kf -k 4 L J r & t j Vft A rV 14 . f tv .f La 7- v 1 kt r MM feft ; v V W:' m &'. fhf & stfj-c . 9 V. W" $& -x Editorials "Th ere are sermons in stones books in running brooks and good in everything." William Shakespeare. Children's Pastimes Collego students look with marked scorn upon thoir little brothers and sisters in high school call- ing them "kids" and "children." Olde youths imagine themselves much inoro ad- vanced in the world and much moro dignified than high school students. And whilo picturing them- selves as full-fledged adults they continue to carry on in a silly childish way a largo part of tho time. An cxnmplo is tho habit Hardin-Siminons stu- dents havo of marking on tho walls of tho build ings particularly along tho "landings" midway between floors on tho stairways. There names arc scrawled until tho walls are black. That possibly is the adult way of doing things. At any rato ...

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