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

Gauiboyl Seat "Ike Zaalu Vol. XXVII HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXAS OCTOHEIt 2 1942 No. 3 Gaiubayl Seat IUe Coaled. m I 1 f t E t w NATIONAL NEWSPAPER WEEK This has been n l)i(i week for Hor-din-Simmons. First of course you remember we beut Biiylor. Thnt in itself was enough to warrant a holi- day. Dut indicative of the new war program in America today wo cele- brated our victory by helping in the national scrap metal drive. Most of you nre dormitory students and you didn't have any scrap to donate. Your folks back home were doing it for you. But the town students know what we're talking about when wo say it was a thrill to see that huge truck already filled with scrap metal come rolling down the street witli that hap- py perspiring group of volunteer workers and watch them pick up our scrap pile. It's always a thrill to see a job well done. And we know that's the way to win this war just pitch in and do your share. Last night we saw "The Bnttlc of Midway" at the Paramount a...

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

Page 2 THE H-SU BRAND October 2 1942 i- I-' r m Editorials Exchanges Campus Camera Courtesy "I have a program on my radio that's just about as good as the one you're listening to if I could hear it" someone once suggested sarcastically to mo. "If my radio wasn't on louder than yours" 1 flared "I wouldn't know what either of us were listening to." Ilnvo you ever walked down the street in the af- ternoon and missed a single word of Young Widow Brown or When a Girl Marries? You probably never will so long as there is a war to win. Hut when the boys come back some day you'll be lis- tening to the news and the baseball scores between the adventures of Stella Dallas all within a block. The dormitory girls have quiet hours in the af- ternoons and evenings. These are actually cour- tesy hours when everybody is quiet so everybody else can study. But you should hear the grumbles rolling up when it is suggested that they turn down their radios. "Susie" they declare " has her radio on and if ou...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 2 October 1942

p October 2 1942 THE H-SU BRAND Page 8 COWBOYS MEET EAGLES ON HOME FIELD TONIGHT Seek Revenge For 7 to 3 Upset Here Last Year Tonight's Starting Line-Ups irardliirSlmmons North Texan 1'rcscott . L.E. . Reeves Tomllnson .. L.T. .. .. Cnrr Stnrkey . ... L.G. . Jacobl Cnllam C Beckham Bennett . . . R.G. - Brady Sprinkle R.T. . Muggs Brown R.E. .. Mikcska Johnson ..... Q.B. Shnrpe Mobley .. ... L.H. . . . Gicb Cook ... . R.H. Currj; Wilson F.B. . L alrd H vWBjJwpjjM HfH Sizes to 13 Widths AA to E THORNTON'S With the victory over the Baylor Bears momentarily forgotten the Cowboys anxiously await the sound- ing of the whistle tonight which will start a game with the North Texas State Eagles and open the homo sea- son on Parramore Field. Remembering the 7-3 upset the Eagles handed them last year The Cowboys go into the game tonight a little better than even terms with the North Tcxans. The locals have pluy- ed only one game which they won and the Eagles have lost two previous battles to Ho...

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

Pago 4 THE H-SU BRAND Octobr 2 1942 . .. . i' ?' ' i Ralph Cook Named President Of O&D Council Tho Oratorlcnl and Debating Coun- cil held Its first meeting of tho year to elect officers this week. Those of- ficers elected were: Itnlph Cook pres- ident; Robert Foley vice-president; Dorthon Dunlnp secretary; and Bill English reporter. New students may try out for mem- bership by either side of the Nation- al debato subject A Federal Union After tho War. Tho Council is open to all students and this year activity credit hours will bo given to all mem- bers taking an active part In the council. Dcnn W. A. Stephenson sponsor of tho organization will entertain the old and now members at his home next Friday night. o Students Honored By Faculty at Tea Tuesday evening on the Ilnrdln- Simmons campus tho faculty of H-S. U. honored their student with n pro- gressive tea which started at tho home of Dr. nnd Mrs. V. R. White presi- dent of Hardin-Simmons University. Receiving guests at the pr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 24 October 1942

Welcome ' Sxed Zusuf the. Min&U Vol. XXVII nARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY; ABILENE TEXAS OCTODER 24 1942 No. 0 - - Ml -- HSU WELCOMES Neil Named New President Of 1943 Journalism Congress Today wo welcome the nlumni and friends of H-SU who nro returning to the campus to visit once more the scenes of what we know must have been their happiest days. In past years Homecoming has al- ways been n very special day on H- SU's calendar a day for the ex-students to renew old friendships and dwell in tho past.. But today we don't have much time for looking back. There is too much to be done in the future. This Homecoming Day wo must plan for the future in order that wo may make secure tho Hardin- Simmons of tomorrow. Wo see tho Brand (and incidental- ly the Branding Iron) got along fine without us last week nnd right now we would like to take time to thank Sherwyn McNair for taking care of the paper so well. We had a wonderful time at the Journalism Congress at A&M last weekend.. It is alwa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 24 October 1942

ft-! i THE H-8U BRAND October 24 1942 'it ) ? rw ) . r i s. f I? v. 4 . ' " . Jl pi; - . - S.7 tJ ' 'At' Editorials Exchanges SCHOOL gPHUT Dy HELEN EDMONDSON) Now is tho time for all good students to come to tho aid of H-SU. This year the school spirit at football games and pep rallies has been very low wnys." so low that we arc ashamed of it. Everyone agrees that something ought to be done about it. But what! You can't just say "Let's all get school spirit." You have to feel something. At A & M" we heard the students yell with en thusiasm from morning 'til night. We heard tho Remember: "All tho world's n stage nnd tho doctors ore merely ushers both Uncle (giving nephew a quarter): "Now be enrcful of that money Jackie nemember n fool nnd his money are soon parted." Jackie: "Yes sir I know but I freshmen yell and we heard the seniors yell just ns want to thank you Just the same." loudly. You could say "Well they make the freshmen yell." Yes you could. But how can you Mrs. Jones w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 24 October 1942

'.f October 24 1942 THE H-SU BRAND Pfe ft COWBOYS MEET TEXAS MINERS HERE TONIGHT . n "S J fl From tin SHD1BLINES By SIIKRWYN McNAIIt Ilrnnd Sports Editor After enjoying the weekend rest donated by Tempo who called off their end of the Cowboys' first con- ference game the Handlers stnrt the play for pay tonight and the next three games count. The three games the Cowhands have already won though not con- ference engagements attracted prob- ably more attention than any of the coming league battles except pos- sibly the game with Arizona Univer- sity next week. Hnrdin-Simmons has defeated each of them many times therefore if the results arc as expected with the locals on the big end of the scores there won't be near as much noiso as there was when the Cowboys took games from two Southwest conference teams. Ranchers Defend Record In Initial Conference Game Game Highlights Hardin-Simmons Home Coming Next week's game In Tucson with the Arizona Wildcats is already an- ticipated as a close b...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 24 October 1942

Pat 4 THE It-St) BRAND October 24 1942 H-S. U. Welcomes Alumni To First War-Time Homecoming (Continued from page 1) served nil guests nt Mary Frances Hall. As their gridiron opponents tho Cowboys clashed with Texas Tech suffering a defeat of 7-0. Nor. 12 1932 Hundreds of Alumni and other cx- students thronged the Simmons campus to nnnual homecoming. Reg- istration by classes started nt 0:30 nnd tho noon meal was at the cafe- teria. An interesting program wns presented with J. D. Snndefcr Jr. and Dr. Wiggins Dean of Students as tho main spenkers. The Cowboys again met tho Jackets nnd the Jinx continued. Never during the game did tho Cowboys even threaten to score and nt the end the total score wns 13-0. Nov. 14 193G Homecoming wns off with n bnng on Friday night with a big per rally nnd bonfire. As tho exes gnthcrcd oh Saturday morning the Band nnd Cowgirls paraded downtown. Chapel exercises were held nt 11 nnd then the crowd proceeded to Mary Frances Hall for a big barbecue. Approxi...

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

7am Ih Wildcat Vol. XXVII IIARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVKUSITY ABILENE TEXAS OCTOBER 31 1912 No. G " M Ni ft JSl 1S3 It was oporn-tinio nt H-SU thu other night nnd many of the music-nlly-minded students haven't stopped tnlking nbout it yet. Playing to n packed house the "Barber of Seville" was enthusiastically received by the audience. The entrance of Fignro on the scene assured the audience at once of n delightful evening. Dut what we can't understand is how Ro- slnn could hnve loved the Count after talking to Figaro? Wc think the re- ception of "The Barber of Seville" is evidence enough that this should not be the end of opera in Abilene but only the beginning. The other night after the game wc overheard many people talking nbout the show at the half.' "Unique" and "unusual" were the words they used. Wc believe that was one of the most attractive stunts the Cowgirls have ever attempted. For the first time in many years the Student Council is really function- ing. Wo have never had n Student...

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

fiSTS' Page 2 THE H-SU DRAND October 31 1912 c M.- .y F Editorials Exchanges Campus Camera SALUTE TO THE NAVY October 27th was Navy Day. Citywiilo display of tliu American flag expressed our appreciation nnd gave tribute to the men of the Navy in observance of this national custom. Our Navy has contributed to our liberties from the time of John Paul Jones to the battles in the South Pacific. Since our country built its first Naval vessels these brave men have willingly sacrifcccd their lives for their country. Sir Walter Raleigh a sea-faring man in the time of Queen Bess wrote: "Whosoever commands the sea commands the trade and whosoever commands the trade of the world commands the riches of the world and con- sequently the world itself." But today a new factor enters in air power. The Navy by itself is no longer supreme ; but with air power it will "command the world itself." These two powers will go hand in hand until the wnr is won fighting a seven-ocean war. True Hitler's submar...

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

THE H-SU BRAND Page 3 COWBOYS TANGLE WITH ARIZONA WILDCATS TONIGHT Border Championships May Be Decided in Tucson Battle H-SU BRAND SPORTS Abilene Texas October .11 1912 October 31 1912 'K Woodson Team Favored In Contest j Conch Warren Woodson ami his squad of Cowboy gridmen left tho forty-acres Thursday night enronte to Tucson Arizona where1 they place a perfect record before the I'liivcrsity of Arizona Wild-1 eats tonight in the Border conference highlight of tho senson. I In this first meeting in the history of these Hnrder conference ' teams a perlcct stage lias been set by both parties and many ob- srvcrs in the Cactus circuit believe this game will settle the league championship which incidentally was shared by the Cowboys and the meats last year While the Cowboys defend a glor- ious record built up by wins over Baylor SMU North Texas and Tex- as Mines the Wildcats boasted n similarly clean slate until Marquette handed them a 30-0 defeat Inst week In Milwnukce. Hut Coach Miles ...

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

t- Ry Pf 4 H-SU Ex-Student Now Artist For Douglas Aircraft Plant (Editor's Note: Following is n lot let received by Glto Bumpass from Margaret Burns last year a Bonior art student of Miss A. M. Carpenter who is now an artist for Douglas Aircraft.) Dear Gita First of all I must say that my becoming an artist for Douglas Air craft in Long Beach was as much or more of a surprise to me than to anyone else. My title is really a "Production Illustrator" but that usually calls for quite an cxplana tion so I just tell people I'm a pro fcssional or sketch artist. Just to mako some of my summer vacation profitable I attended a bluo print reading class at tho Excel sior Trade School in Bcllflowcr. I had attended classes about seven times when tho instructor quite by accident peered over my shoulder and saw some shaded perspective sketches I'd made from some blue prints. He was very pleased and rushed mc from class with a string of names of guys to interview and instructions to apply at the emp...

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

Seat U JHUUan Vol. XXVII No. 7 CtpKjy """" ft-fl m """y--B D' M Hlinv I M a'"-'1" I BMMlfc. - .ti IIAKDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXAS NOVEMBER 7 1942 J i LILLIAN This week Hnrdin-Simmons Uni- versity nnd Abilene will hnvo an op- portunity to put Into practice their Christian beliefs ami their American doctrines. Two Japanese girls tiro point; to make Abilene home and the" older will live with Dr. and Mrs White. Last spring when Dr. White read a letter from the girls father asking that they be permitted to come to H-SU the student body gave its wholehearted consent. Americans as you well know are people of every nationality race and color. We who were born in this country deserve no credit for being Americans. That is why we some- times do not appreciate the place of our birth. The credit belongs to the people who made a choice of their free will. They arc the ones who realize that our American citizenship is a God-given heritage nnd worth fighting for. These girls are Americans...

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

"rC rt November 7 1942 - .-' i. it'. r Ifc wr iVt? r-; " il V xr. v ' -""4 '.:& f ;: ' m-j . l5 .i 53d itoridls Exchanges Campus CarifSr. Soldier: "Johnny your sister and I want to bo alone hero's n nice new shiny penny." Brat: "I'd rather have n nasty dirty old dime." tiixm that attiot this war 'Alcohol as a social aid" is not the cose at liar-din-Simmons. In fact the students as a wholo frown on all form of boveracre alcohol. In Home schools however drinking is quite the popular .P askcd Willl .whnt ls mld thing and there may be a few at H-SU who do not A0 a totally abstain from drinking but they are dc .Wi tho time oOfo" he re- AZ th? rr!' v - - . Pcdhirfwoud rather not rtrST8 8tudC.nt.at any S.C N001' tnkln? hs3?UavoVgood time than recover from drink plans on being a middlcaged-droilRaf d ; H' chaser yet ono of every twcneTastc liquor end up ' just-MflT jyayrfToyoung social drinker ever plans The Doctor's Hit Parade on having his home wrecked or losing the love of 1. You Tak...

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

w 1 " It November 7 1942 THE JiU BRAND rte s Hardin -Simmons U. Rated Eleventh In Nation By Williamson WOODSON ELEVEN MEETS WEST TEXAS STATE W :i '! f T ' t TT.f'V V r. 'if SB6 JWl v ft&u m ir i Ranchers Outscore Arizona 34-26 To Take Border Lead Mobley Set Dizzy Pace In Free Scoring Bout Tho Hnrdln Simmons Cowboys climbed on tho top of Border con- ference standings nnd remained tho only undefentod-untiod team in the southwest as they outscorcd tho Uni- versity of Arizona Wildcats 34-2C last Saturday night in Tucson. Rudolph Mobley soared to the top of national individual rushing sta- tistics as ho ran the Wildcats rag- ged for a total of 278 yards gained for the night and boosted his sea- son's total up to 882 yards. Mobley scored twice on runs of 72 and 16 yards. Arizona hit pay dirt first after eight minutes of play on a pass from Johnson to Shanty for 10 yards to climax a Gl yard march. But the Cowboys charged back and took over in a few minutes when Alvin John- son went thr...

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

L Hk 'Jff&r ""BI"B T " ""B "" l BH ""LPILVftH 1 ih "" B)iBav Nl Vol. XXVII HAKDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXAS NOVEMBER 14 1942 No. 8 "ROOM SERVICE" IS SLATED FOR THURSDAY OPENING WW v. v ';?. DR. WHITE jHEADS TEXAS BAPTISTS Only Nominee H-SU President Chosen To Succeed Foreman Three-Year Man I HK Q m& Ak I ' Maybe It's the thrill that comes once in a life time for the associate editor to write the Branding Iron. But if sho isn't seen around next week you can say the editor just couldn't see how such a paper with the Brand's background could have made the press. Leastwise in all sympathy to Rebel for her past and future copies it is now quite easy to realize what they mean by "editor's jitters." After a half-semester of waiting "Room Service" is finally to draw bock its curtains for a two-night per formance beginning next Thursday With all its publicity we hove yet to make noto of Mary Simpson's writ- ing In a nort for Bitsv Gruvcr. When the show is hailed a success reme...

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

v ' . VI ts. ' F&V - Ji'v PC TSB B-8U BRAND November 14 1942 editorials xchang Campus Camera BE COLLEGIATE A challenge ns startling and awaking as "Re- member Pearl Harbor" was thrown in our faces by our own president in chapel the other morn- ing. The number of Joe Colleges and Betty Coeds has been greatly diminished in the last several months. Does not that give us added incentive to uphold tho banner of University standards! Should wo not be aware that in a short time we too perhaps will find it necessary and expedient to bequeath them to our successors 1 By being collegiate Dr. "White didn't mean that wo must forfeit enthusiasm or display of it. On tho contrary hand it to him Students for filling us with pride and admiration which is real school spirit when ho very quietly said "There's only one unbeaten football team in tho state." One look at this man who leads us and who feels a fondness for every student reveals the fact that he is COLLEGIATE. Wo can ovate with feeling w...

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

November 14 1942 THE H-SU BRAND pr s H-SU COWBOYS Little Doc Due to Break Modern Rushing Record Last Home Game For Ranchers Unbeaten and untied with mx down nnd three to bo Conch "Warren Woodson's Cowboys make their last home stnnd on Parra- more Field tonight tangling with potent Louisiana Tech from Huston at 8 elock Special attraction of the game will be Hudy Mobley 'h attempt to surpass Whizzcr White's Modern rushing record of 1121 yards in eight games. Little Doc the lending scorer in Texas with 78 points has reeled off 1033 yards rushing- in six games to hold the lead in the nation. His game average of 172 yards compiled against such stout foes as Bnylor Southern Methodist and Arizona also exceeds the Whizzcr's nverage of 140. Coach Joe Alllet's Tech eleven has won five of seven games by big scores and the Cowboys respect them as a tough foe. Only other meeting of the teams was in 1011 at Huston When H-SU won after a tough fight 13-0. DEDICATED TO SENIORS Final home game of the...

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

fraf 4 Hardin-Simmons Receives Letter From Grads Now In Naval Training 4 THE H-SU BRAND (Editor's Noto: Following U n let- ter received by H-SU from Roy Bncon and Leon Autry 1042 graduates now in Naval training at Notro Dame Indiana.) Dear H-SU friends: Oh what we would both give to have a little bit of that Texas sun- shine to warm things up around here. Tho sun shinca here some but it could very easily be made of cheeso instead of tho moon from the amount of heat it gives off. Leon and I hit it very lucky. In fact the officials still don't know how it happened to slip by them. He (Leon) is tho last A in tho regiment and I'm tho first D. We aro in tho same Battalion samo company samo hall and samo room. On top of that wo havo a room that is fixed for only two and tho room number is lucky 13. All the comforts of home except the right to stretch out on the bunks when we want to This is one big place and is moro liko a story I'vo read soma placo in stead of being on actual incident wi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 9 January 1943

- f lfl S1VIVCC (Sy H r-LA mH&vL. -Ls "" ' .rF -H mI L. iND Kill Vol. XXVII HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXAS JANUARY 9 1913 1 No Dear Students let's talk about New Yonr'a resolutions. The less said about tlicm the better some people might tay. And it's true that in our modem America they are almost useless. They're made only to be broken. Did you keep any of the resolutions that you made last Jan- uary? What's worse do you even remember any of the resolutions you made? Chances are that you don't The average student will find that hi Is no better and no worse than he was a year ago. It Is rather usekss then to advo- cate any resolutions to be adopted by the student body. Hut perhaps a mere listing of the things we need around here anil evu-y where will ' strike n responsive chord in some- one's heart. We need greater patriotism. We don't mean the kind of patriotism that makes you clap and shed a tear at the movie; but the kind of pa- triotism rail it Americanism if you wan...

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