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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 9 May 1942

WMv WKm WR weujijimi i wd4 SdtiioH iirws; i&jV-wJ3K x 'i Pv i it ' DEFENSE V V ySW?! DEFENSE ONDt Imnm t :tAnc! wJRSW!w!yR s V'.wwvlAM-$fti'i. Vol. XXV Z714 HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXAS MAY 9 1942 No. 29 AiKZWwzHm r4:iBi04v j v mHHKAJMVft. "MMJJB wnaOTCTfflgWw.-'JI .adffWI x3frIJw9IIHHHI i.n.uiiixnjni TIPPEN ELECTED STUDENT BODY PRESIDENT Election time one of our big Spring events has come and gone and in the good old democratic Amer- ican way by popular choice wo de- cided who would fill next year's stu- dent offices. The elections nlways revive what Hnrdin-Simmons hns long lacked the entire student body's interest in a campus affair. The underlying reason for elections drawing us into a solfd unified group again is that everyone is represented and can participate. It's not the foot- bull men's election the B. S. U.'s band boys town students or simillnr other campus cliques but it's every- one's election. The newly elected of- ficers might take a tip from their elect...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 9 May 1942

RW ' ' I vf ' TIB H-SU BRAND May 9 1942 t - y - S.r ji ?i-v. Z1 '"" (' if. ;' . -' "i . a I Lk fs -j. fe Pr Ii''' . . . lb & p 71 II' V fM i Iff M. ?' - v. a 'Sdttorials ... Moat' Valuable Assets One of tke two or three! most valuable assets for your future obtainable in college is tho friends you Bake daring your flight into higher education. Normally you can attach several close friendships to your life without too much effort. If you go out of your way to seek friends and to cultivate them your circle will broaden in proportion. If you arc careful about selecting these companions your ef- forts will bo rewarded at a greater rate of interest than would Attend them in almost any other lino of endeavor. ' Even when your life is running a comparatively smooth course and you have no particularly vexing difficulties to beset you friends mako that life a great deal happier warmer and richer. "When trouble misfortune sorrow or stark disaster weighs you down tho truo worth of those fr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 9 May 1942

May rl42 THE H-SU BRAND Faaw I JjB R & ti vt Arizona Walks Off With Border Track Title Again Behind The Plate By GIP OLDHAM Howard Green boy wonder of the Andrew Aces deserves recognition for being tho most ardent fan in an attempt to shovo the Rangers out of tho playoff. Through a misunder- standing and being unablo to contact the Abilene State Hospital team to ratify calling tho Wednesday aftcr- ratify definitely calling tho Wed- nesday afternoon game off the Hos- pitalers appeared for the game but the Rangers didn't. Green hollered forfeit but the square shooters at tho Hospital said "No" so. . . . A letter from Lt. "Bullet" Beard says he is giving a gold engraved baseball to the man voted by the Rangers as most valuable player on this season's squad. "Bullet" was manager of tho Rangers last year. Baseball is rapidly gaining favor with the administration. Only this week Dr. White okayed excuses for the fellows who missed classes play- ing ball. By next season we hope to have ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 9 May 1942

Pat 4 T S-IU MAND May 4 142 l Students Expect Desertless Meals With Sugar Rationing By DORIS MAHONEY Roses are red violets nro blue Sugar is sweet and rationed too. Monday morning at eight if you hadn't know the dato you would havo assumed that Hardin-Simmons stu- dents were in the registration rush. Well they were registering but not for military scrvico this time. In or- der that the people of the United States might hnvo a sufficient amount of sugar which is imported from tho far eastern countries it was necessary for the supply to bo ra- tioned equally. By Thursday afternoon 635 stu- dents had received ''their No. 1 ration books. As 10 per cent of tho stu- dents havo not reached tho ripe old age of 18 they did not havo to reg ister; but were registered by- their parents. Thoso who did register and llvo in the dormitories are to tako their books to the cafeteria and leave them there tho remainder of tho school term when the book will bo returned to the student to carry homo. The ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 16 May 1942

W a I l QbUluHGH SdltiOH i 4dJtMOH SdtfiOH Vol. XXV Z714 HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXA8 MAY 16 1942 No. 30 STUDENTS ELECT NEXT YEAR'S OFFICERS WEDNESDAY T' jr.Jf T . Hi 1'MV- Mntl Bbb BB BBl BH BBl Ba BW jfiaP' ni i SB& rTjw km km H kpm K Bl ABB BB1 BBLSBBBBB. BB1 BBBI BB1 mm- '"vw m " ' ' "" "" ' x. V Uy This isn't rcnlly the first freshman edition of the Drntul. Dnck in 1928 Noll Sewell edited a sparkling edition of the paper printed in green ink. Let's hope thnt twelve years from now this edition will be dragged from some nttic and looked on with as much interest ns the 1928 paper has been scanned. The freshmen would like to thank the Brand staff and the upporclnss- men for allowing this issue of the paper. It has been the root of much suspense work and fun. Wc hope you like it and thank you again. The time has rolled around on the Forty Acres that is commonly known as Annual Signing Time. A flurry of pens beautiful white books and the inevitable but unnecessary huma...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 16 May 1942

Kmm&. " ' pe a THE H-SU BRAND May 16 1912 io.f w Editorials . . . Junior-Senior Banquet Climaxing weeks of planning ntul preparation the juniors presented the seniors with their annual banquet Thursday night. It was one of the finest banquets ever tendered a graduating elass. The metal of the junior class was tested Thursday night and found true. The wisdom of class delib- erations the ingenuity of committees and n large expenditure of funds combined to make the affair Thursday the fine event that it was. The chief concern of the individual juniors has been in the matter of hard cash. The fair co-eds presumably have worried themselves chiefly about dates. The men of the senior class have had very little to tax their mental capacities while prepara- tions for the major scholastic social attraction of the year have gone forward. It occurs to tlie juniors to be a .fitting climax to three years of association to bring the seniors the banquet. The first year of contact was a relation...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 16 May 1942

! (THE H-SU I1RAND May 16 1942 I RANGERS CLIMB TO TOP IN CITY LEAGUE RACE Wins Over ACC Aces Give Local Boys First Place The: H-SU Runjrcrs soared to thu top of thu City League standings this week nB a result of victories over the ACC Wildcats nnd the Andrew Aces and n tic with the McMurry Indians. Climnxing n slow hut steady cllmh after several early season losses the Hangers triumphed over the Andrew Aces Thursday 7-1 to enter the num- ber one position for the first1 time this season nnd almost cinch a spot In the playoff. Slow to start but hard to stop the Rangers began the race without their former batting power but It develop- ed ns the season rolled on and was bolstered further by the addition of n couplo of football players after spring training. Last week tho Rangers defeated ACC for the second time this year 10-10. Lancaster started on the mound but was relieved by Evans In the third inning. Then Monday the Rangers met the McMurry Indians for the third time this year in a w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 16 May 1942

T"'? A" ; w T-yr-rrWjp4ej '- r 'TwftW1 notify ' . ) 1 Ft 4 THE H-SU BRAND May 16 194J rmp7 Coke Stevenson To Deliver Speech At Commencement (Continued from page 1) Arkansas and Louisiana have one each with four Oklahoma seniors and five from New Mexico. A total of 40 Rive Abilene as their home city. The bachelor of arts candidates with home town and major subject Valuta Mae Abbott Wichita Falls history; Johnnie Kathleen Arcndall physical education Abilene; Carmen Arroyo English Abilene; Roy E; Dn- con chemistry Abilene; Sinclair Iialch mathematics-physics Abilene; Allouez Blackburn English 'Abilene; William Floyd Burroughs mathc- mntics-Physlcs Odessa; James F. Cadcnhcad Jr. chemistry Wcincrt. O. C. Clifton Jr. Abilene history; Artio Lee Cole voice Hobbs N. M.; Mary Louise Duck English-education Abilene; J. D. Dunn chemistry Hamlin; James P. Dyke English Walters Okla.; Margaret Tiner Dyke business administration Walters Okla.; Ua Mac Evans English-business administration Abilene; Fr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 23 May 1942

i fy f J f V"v. I- For VICTORY SsS MAKE EVERY BUY UNITE D STATE S DEFENSE BONDS STAMPS PAY DAY BOND DAY JOIN THE PAY-ROLL SAVINGS PLAN Yol. XXV Z714 HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXAS M VY 2.1 1912 No. 31 Seven Honorary Degrees To Be Conferred June 1 John Burnett Edits Winning Paper In Brand Annual Class Edition Contest " a t y - ji r )i TiLfifc JMii aWfc Wv mmt-mm iriwki- A fwr- . kr W ' Jarful) b HH wi w w AJI I " v mBi E ;aUf "" Wm W PU"g I Mm m-Mm I H I M ZgCTn-au fL '4W UllwUwJaRMWfWufc.-. . - mj jBUJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJjfk BURNETT AND SENIOR EDITION Congratulations go this week to John Burnett editor of the winning edition in the Brand contest. John and his assistants put out n paper which In all aspects was worthy of first place. The sophomore edition with Sher- wyn McNnlr ns editor ran a close second and likewise put out a highly commendable paper. In fact I be- lieve that all four papers were above pur ami that the editors enjoyed their task. EDITORSHIP NEARLY OVER On...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 23 May 1942

B 'lf' t TB H-SU BRAND May 2S 1942 I;( fgditorials ... Exchanges .Campus Camera by Shau? CRounding Up Saddle Songs mif uso Drive ' mr mm . &rAm TAm j" . Ivery American citizen should have a sacrificial MAC K1N0 " JSB J ' H ' The .tie. Sndlrk ' K V parV in the USO fund. In doing so we help our We. the undersigned respectfully HEllOPV Umf The or cket fhav bclun to sing Mr country's cause by insuruig a better morale in our nskthatthepreacherboysofH.su M911 .tW A W.ll dcad-wcek seems to have The sTars are taTXil ML? armed forces. Without morale our hopes for win- be Riven a much larger concession gBl bbbHbIbbS 1 Jumped uP In front of us from no- Hnrk! I sec a bird on 4hc wing. r . K hing tho war nro lost than they aw now meiv ng We QF. whore. Tho' wo knew it was coming w ... f- The USO is to tho depressed and melancholy e nt such a move would be ad- ;Mgfc ' jHs everybody seems quite perturbed over bonder w hnt llttlc bir(l K V. soldier sailor or marine what the Red Cross is to vanta...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 23 May 1942

A ' v ( Ma? 23 1042 m H-iU MAND ! I V If 11 n. '' ' . 13.t '. RANGERS IN FIRST PLACE; DOWN INDIANS 6 TO 2 Lancaster Evans Divide Time on Mound for Win Playoff Begins Monday Ity S1IEKWYN McNAIR The H-SU Rangers stepped Into the number one spot of the City League standings for the second time this season this time permanently at least until the playoff by sholacking the McMurry Indians 0-2 Wednesday ut the Fair Park diamond. The victory concluded the regular season for the Rangers leaving them with a .COO percentage with eight games won and four lost and makes them favorites to win out in the play- off next week. ACC and the An- drew Aces co-holders of the number two position were slated to decide the other playoff team Friday. Mc- Murry also tied for second place dropped out becauso of final exam interference. The Rangers reached tho top "last week via a no-hit victory over the Stnto Hospital but receded a notch after a 5-0 nose-out by Abilene Chris- tian College Monday. A big sevent...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 23 May 1942

q4jmW! Tf 4 THE H.8U BRAND May 23 1912 Summer School Schedule 7:00-8:30 Arr-(To be arranged) Carpenter B. A. 224 Accounting (Lab. TTh 2-5 p.m.) Golden Edu. 313C Reading in Primary and Intermediate Grades. Athcrton Edu. 313A Principles and Problems of Secondary Edu. Collins Eng. 373 Contemporary Literature Bond Got. 213A American Government Stephenson Math. US College Algebra Rudd Math. 333 Differential Calculus Burnam Violin Violin .Preston Zoo. 113 Principles of Animal Biology (Lab. MWP 2-5 p.m.) Arnctte 8:30-10:00 Art (To be arranged) Carpenter Bible 113 The Life of Christ Moore H. A. 21 a Shorthand Chem. 113 General Inorganic Chem. (Lab. TTh. 2-5 p.m.) or Chem. 314 Organic Chemistry (Lab. TTh. 2-5 p.m.) Edu. 343 Tests and Measurement Eng. 383 Representative American Plays Ills. 323B Contemporary Europe Jou. 243 Current Events and Contemporary Affairs P. E. 333 Methods In Elementary Health Education or P. E. 363 Methods in Secondary Health Edlucation P. S. M Public School Music Sp...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 30 May 1942

ffuulee GotutteHceHOHt Vol. XXV Z714 HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXAS MAY 30 1912 No. 32 Hf i 129 TO RECEIVE DIPLOMAS AT JUBILEE COMMENCEMENT lUanUaHtl lluAty Mnl MFbTbt' bBBLjbiMtbI btbl bfbt BnBlrBfl I B IT ii 11 JW. "I m HM Tb) B mLgT m M-flBi aft IH J mEr-utt L rT54r" "bmbbI bI bbi"" KHBtTr bbI bH 1 Br"aVHLfl H H m CT"1BPC I HIM J m J IV. I Thanks anil Thirty The tnsk of editing the Brand this semester hns made us very hnppy In spite of the hard work nnd rush for time that go along with it. A new field of experience has been enteral new friendships have been made nnd the joy of serving H-SU students with the news of the cam- pus has brought many thrills to the editor nnd her staff. Without the whole-hearted cooperation and help of students nnd faculty the job could not "have been done. To all of you we extend our sincere thanks. Well nigh impossible has been the taking of final exams nnd finding time in between to write copy for this week's final issue of the Brand. But s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 30 May 1942

..-V -J' v- y 1- a- V. " . hJ ? THK H-SU BRAND May 30 1942 "- "-wr ' fe s. '. V Tf ' LV r Pi u IT l'-i wtj- I j tek P1 It-yfa 1 n-; ditorials Tfct Fii'alt Army Exchanges SeftMihisg new has sprung up in this nation that hm attracted a lot of attention from both men and Hy MAC KING Only seven more months 'til Christ- WOWM. Washington has announced that Mrs. mns. They gave him a watch last Hobby a real Texan will be head of the "Women's year. This year they're going to Amy. Tfiis auxiliary is to be a voluntary affair give him the works. The organization will have an officers training "ml01 .' 1?e8 Moines- ... General George Marshall of tho The finaV arrangements of the organization have Uf s nrmy 8cnt thc following special not been perfected as yet buj we can readily sec notlco to thc Brnnd thls mornlng: !il!iUlllhAm.C " ?ArA!!'1 Until June 15 appl.catlons will bo V" -ir" '"Za"? """ """ " "'"""""' considered by the war department for tho posts of colonel and general. For thc position o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 30 May 1942

-i" Htt "WWSUVxJfrSW May 30 1942 THE n-SU BRAND Hm t (4 n ACC Wildcats Down H-SU Cowboys For City Championship Rangers' Baseball Games End Successful Season Ily IIOWAHI) GREHN Abilene Christian's Wildcats a gang which was "virtually eliminat- ed" almost a month ngo yesterday won the college baseball champion- ship. Behind the effective five-hit hurl- ing of Dig Paul Bond the Cats over- came the Hardin-Simmons Cowboys 5-1 to complcto the most sensational stretch drive in the league's annals. The Cats whose chances were re- duced to the mathematical upon los- ing their f Initio with McMurry won their fifth in tho last six starts prin- cipally because of yocman service on tho mound by Bond who got better with each game throughout the sea- son. Tho kinky-haired Panhandle- yotitlr didn't permit a safe knock until the sixth and whiffed n totnl of nine. Irving Cumblo got tho first safe blow a line double to left-center. It scor- ed Arthur 1 1 ill with n run which knotted the score. Cumblc ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 30 May 1942

" Tf 4 THE H-SU BRAND May 30 1942 "V Miss Ethel Rader Of SMU To Head Voice Announcement of the election of Ethel Under teacher of voice nt Sou- thern Methodist University us hend of the voice department nt Hnrdln- Simmons University wns made Sat- urday by Dr. W. H. White university president and the board of trustees. Miss Rader Is succeeding Mrs. Lola Gibson Denton hend of the 1I-SU voice department since 10.11 whose resignation was submitted to Dr. White several weeks ngo. Miss Rader is nn accomplished nrt- 1st n successful concertlst and n suc- cessful teacher said Dr. White. Bishop C. C. Selecmnn president of SMU during Miss Rnder's stay at SMU writes of his "personal grati- fication and pride that she consistent- ly met every test as teacher artist and citizen of the campus" Dr. White said. A member of the fine arts depart- ment nt Syracuse University twice head of the Oklahoma Baptist Uni- versity voice department a former head of the voice department of the Kldd-Key conservat...

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

Welcome to Jl- SK IVelcom ta Jf- SK Vol. XXVII HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEGA8 8EPTEMBES 18 1912 No. 1 H-S. U. MOURNS DEATH OF BELOVED FACULTY DEAN ii'Rwf """ BB B i-B Bi H B - viFiw b m jhBlh-su i i rv4P i. a r a m. mm mm Mm-m mrwm mmm wmkL . rj This week Hnrdin-Simmons lost its beloved Dr. Julius Olseh. Dr. Olson hnd been ill for n very long time and ninny us never knew this groat edu- cator. Were you ever in chapel chapel though during the past year when Dr. Olson visited us? And you and every other student rose to your feet with one accord to pay tribute to a great man. For forty years Dr. Olson had n guiding hand in the life at H-SU and those who knew him well will miss his guidance sore- ly. We nil know the story of Dr. Olscn's life how he came to Simmons. Ho planned to stay only a year but remnined for forty years. We are thankful that he did. For ho and the other great men of Hardin-Slmmons need no monument to themselves other than tho school they built Hardin- Simmo...

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

'p'v7' ' ft ' Fags THE M-SU BRAND fc J. I; lm ri f I' w. i iff!.. a. fly- : urs'.-1 V fc. - - WlC "-. ??' S. . 'Editorials Exchanges By Mac King Evolution of the car: 1940 No running board. 1941 No gear-shift 1942 No tires. 1943 No car. War and Education On every hand we hear students for the inost part boys wondering why they are going to school. They say "What's the use we are going to get into the war and what good is an education if we are in the army and going to get shot! They want to quit and have a final fling at life before The main trouble with the straight they have to go. The thing wrong with them is and narrow is that there's no place that they look no further than the immediate fu- to park ture. They do not realize that some day there will be peace und a world to rebuild. Of course some of us will not come back but many will and it will Bandit (to bank teller) : Get a move be our job to see that those who died did not die onf you rjon't you know I can only in vain. The...

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

.f1' KS o THE II-SU BRAND Tf COWBOYS DRILL HARD FOR SEASON OPENER WITH BAYLOR Ranchers Face Toughest Schedule in History of Club Head Coach Warren D. Woodson pushed some forty-odd football can dldntcfl through stiff drills this week vnnd lust and looks forward to a week of even rougher workouts before the season opener with Baylor university the night of September 20. Tho 1042 edition of Cowboy Grldders includes eight returning lettcrmon seven of whom served us regulars at ono time or another in the 1041 drive to a Border circuit co-championship nnd up through the ranks come IB husky sophomores from that smooth fresh- man team of last season which down- ed among others tho Texas Tech Pic- adors. Add to this a well selected crew of freshmen who can play under the ncwBorder conference war-time ruling several junior college trans- fers and you have what probably may bean oven swifter and strong- er aggregation of football huskies than Woodson's first Cowboy football team. As the Cowhan...

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

-i i a ii-fgww'P'jM 2" jiy - ; X3 frtMtiWrrn'mt W" "w - "ljrwWPW)r' Pace 4' THE H-SU BRAND "Barber of Seville" to Open H-SU Artist Course Friday October 30 Hardln-Simmons University opens Its 1942-43 artist course season with the presentation of Rossini's gay opera "Tho Barber of Seville" on October 30. Famed for its well-selected artist courses H-SU will bring Charles L. Wagner's nll-stor cast to the Hardln- Simmons stage in their third trium- phant year. For tho past two sea sons Wagner's production of "The Barber of Seville" has been an out- standing hit of the concert and opera world and has won tho enthusiastic praise of the cities and colleges throughout the country. It is essentially a singer's opera henco it has been cast with the finest ensemble' of vocal stars Mr. Wagner could find. Hlldo Rcggiani petite blonde coloratura soprano sensation of the Metropolitan Opera is starred as Rosina. Figaro is played and sung by the brilliant newcomer from South America Carlos Ramirez w...

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