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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 9 January 1943

fhT Er. EG?. " -r '- :? n a THB H-SU BRAND January 9 1943 "7S"i i.M. . SH. CtVifcoii. :. . . .-i. 'j-. ' W' u i- yVi3 V --v ' L " 'ffy V ' Kw.f " '' Kffliffi'r.t" . Editorials Exchanges Campus Camera HAPPY MEW YEAR??? Father Time has nushed the old yenr osido nnd baby on a stage set with oark- suspect7" s. n lichtcd clow shining only Wigg "A mouse In tho pnntry." Wlgg "Sorry to keep you watting old man but I'vo just been setting a trap for my wife." Wagg "Hoavensi What do you led an awkward ened battle fields abovo our own democratic shores. What hope can this new year bring for happi- ness t True victory may possibly triumph before the end of 1943. But few dare predict a quick armistice for fear they arc to be labeled "optim- istic." "While happiness comes chiefly from optimism what of the realistic T 1943 can only bring stiffcr rationing of food of fuel possibly clothes and many other essentials. Labor may be drafted reserves will be called Passing Show. Popular Morning Executions...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 9 January 1943

HU January 9 1943 THE H-SU BRAND PK I - I r -1 TfMifc h (Editor's Note: The following let- tor was received by Prof. Herschel Sclioolcy from Duynnc Pnrker for- mer junior football player at H-SU.) Dear Mr. Schoolcy: I made the promise that I would write you and let you know how 1 made It. 1 am now in training In the Naval Training Base hero in San Diego. 1 went in with the Idea of becoming a Chaplain's Assistant or Junior Choplain but after I arrived and talked with some of the boys they seemed to think that I might do better work in Borne other field. I got the surprise of my life the third day I was hero. They asked for nil of the men who had military experience and told us that someone would bo made Hecruit Chief Petty Officer Captain of the Guaid etc. I was mode Chief Petty Officer (Re- cruit). I nm over a company of 160 men and have charge of all the men. I do not get any more pay than any of the other fellows now but hove to get up just before the rest of the group and nm usua...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 9 January 1943

Pace 4 THB H-SU BRAND January 9 1943 COWBOY CAGERS MEET BUFFS RAIDERS ON FIRST TRIP V rv. iV Rancher Five By Lack of Tho 1D43 Hnrdin-Simmons varsity basketball team was duo to get Its first taste of collegiate competition last night at Canyon where they were scheduled to meet thc'IIustlin Buffs' of West Texas State. Accompanied by Coach Clark Jnr- nagln tho squad of 12 men left yes- terday for tho Panhandle where they remain tonight for another bout with tno Buffaloes. Tho Cowboys return homo by way of Lubbock where they play Texas Tech's Red Raiders Mon- day and Tuesday nights. Tho year's rancher five Is headed by Captain Bob Steele senior letter- man who transferred to Hnrdin-SIm-mons from Tyler unior college last year. Steclo was high point man on tho Cowboys team for last season. The Cowboys have had only n few workouts In preparation for the first road trip and according to Coach Jarnagin haven't yet handled the basketball enough to overcome awk- wardness gained during football...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 6 February 1943

r Vol. XXVII HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXAS FKMtUARY G 1943 No. 16 DAISY MAE TO BEGIN CHASING LI'L ABNER FEBRUARY 11 Onco again those comic strip char- actors Daisy Mao and Li'l Abncr (and don't forget Sadie Hawkins teeth and all) will invade the campus to liven up the social life on the Forty Acres. What this campus needs is n good old fashioned get-together. We've noticed as we're sure you have that with all the many blessings H-SU has one big fault no all-school affairs. We don't mean to criticize and offer no remedy. We're suggest- ing that you students be Daisy Maes and Li'l Abners for three days and enjoy the fun. Perhaps from this little acorn a big oak will grow. Per- haps wc had better say that from this beginning you students yourselves will on your own initiative plan en- tertainments without looking to some certain organization to carry the re- sponsibility alone. At any rate make this one such a success that your stu- dent leaders will be encouraged to plan mor...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 6 February 1943

JlfcWW .A: a - . r' . r; 4 tV- 3 r j :i-.. t&... m. &.. lf 1 THB M-8U BRAND 55ditorials February G 1913 Exchanges Campus Camera "Now don't forget" anld the A CRITICISM Cappclla Choir director "the tenors wilt sing along until we come to 'the For many months now people who were in no gate of Hel'; then you nil come in." position to know the facts and would not know The Skyline. what to do with them if they did have them have openly criticised the President and our military Then there was the missionary who personnel for the way they are carrying on the war. put a collar and tie on the Kentucky They can offer no good reason for doing things mountaineer and the mountaineer otherwise and can offer no good suggestions for the stood in the same spot for four hours conduct of the war and how things in general thinking he was tied there should be done. These people are the so-called Battalion 'arm-chair generals" of which we have too many. A good example of their stupidncss and lack...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 6 February 1943

"VfV February 6 1943 THE H-SU BRAND Pat i 3. COWBOYS MEET RAIDERS IN CORRAL MONDAY NIGHT Border Conference Tournament In Albuquerque February 16-20 Second College Gam From the By SHERWYN McNAIR Brand Sports Editor Uefore tliu opcniiiK night of the Abilene Golden Gloves tourim- liicnt someone asked the writer how mniiy roumlH each bout .would ' Kct tho nod ovcr the locala by In Local Gymnafium Tcxns Tech's Red Raiders arc due to Invade the Corrnl for two games with the Rnnchers Monday and Tues- day nights in return for the trip Conch Jnrnagin's five made to Lub- bock Inst January. The Techsans hold n big edge over the Cowboys in experience and height last and when lie learned that the official length of these amateur fights is three rounds of three minutes eneh he disgustingly pro- nounced that only nine minutes wus no fight at all hut merely a wnrm-up or maybe a waltz. Well anyone who spent n night at the tournament learned first hand that three rounds is plenty long for nmntcur box...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 6 February 1943

f Jnv f" ". " ' Fat 4 THE H-8U BRAND February 6 1943 V - $ L4 Engagement Of Mary Simpson To Lt. Fred McClanahan Is Announced 35" Announcing the engagement of her daughter Mary and Lt. Fred Charles McClanahan of the Muroc Army air base P38 detachment California Mrs. Troy Simpson entertained with a seat- ed tea Tuesday In her Balllnger home. Lieut. McClanahan Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. F. C. McClanahan of Homer La. In the receiving line with the hos tess and honor guest were Mrs. D. C. Sampson of Balllnger and Mrs. J. H. Goss of Abilene; grandmothers of the brlde-to-bcj Mrs. G. 13. Sandcfer Abilene; Helen Edmondson and Mar- Ian Wright both of Hardln-Slmmons University where the bride-elect is a senior journalism student. Decorations were in blue and gold airport colors combining blue Dutch Irises with sprays of yellow ncaclas. The tea table laid with a Normandy cloth made by Mrs. Simpson for her daughter was centered with nn nr rangement of the chosen flowers in a heart-shaped crystal...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 13 February 1943

RECTORY Vol. XXVII HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXAS FERItUARY 13 1943 No. 17 Ay K rjsjww pcisrci wmw -'if 1 "TOON .j . . Hatdiu-Slmmons University gave 34 of her l)oya to Uncle Sam this week 34 now stars on her proud ser- vice flap;. She can well bo proud be- cause of the entire number sent from the three Abilene colleges she con- tributed more than half. The call came as suddenly as shoe rationing did. It was a surpiise and a blow; the meaning of war suddenly came homo to us. Of course wo are sorry to lose these boys but we're still prouder to know that Uncle Snm has need of them. Wo arc glad too that they are eager to go. We heard one say: "It's no fun being a civilian nny more any- way. And don't worry about us. We'll be back you wait nnd see. And we'll take up right where wc left off." We modem young people are not supposed to show our feelings or to express ourselves very deeply. It isn't good tnstc. But you men will understand what's in our hearts when wo say: "Good luc...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 13 February 1943

k.i Page i THE n-SU BRAND February 13 1943 Editorils Exchanges Campus Camera THE WAR AND LITERATURE "When a world conflict has come niid touched nearly everyone's life in some way when its tra- gedy and scope and consequence and purpose is felt in every way when a nation is changed over- night it is little enough to say that the war has certainly had its effect on the literature and art of our generation. Art and literature arc the general expressions of those fortunate enough to be able to express them- selves of the way they feel or of the manner in which consequent changes nave anecicu mem; u A woman will always cherish the memory of the mnn who wanted to marry her; a man of the woman who didn't. Viola Brothers Shore in Bcstlnffs of the Year (Harper). A lipstick is something that merely adds a now flavor to an old pastime. Lamplighter. Harvard Lampoon. Then there was the devilish ven- triloquist who passed an old maid's window and threw his voice under her bed. Pelican. Dentist: ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 13 February 1943

. to February 13 1943 THE ll-SV BRA Pate COWBOYS LEAVE FOR BORDER TOURNAMENT MONDAY ND . nt V m I I R IKS'?" r ? -mi - JwliraKfiPS r viy$ : 'IBS! From the Thoiifxli Conch Clark Jarnngin may not carry a favored team to the Border conference basketball tourney next week be will have one of the fightingest quintets in the whole Kroiip and the other teams will be fully aware that llardin-Siinmons was well repre- sented in the championship play- off. The Cowboy team is seriously handicapped this winter by lack of height having been shorter on the average than any team they have met. Last Tuesday night however the Ranchers showed what determination and speed can do for a ball club by bouncing back from the bad defeat of the night before to outplay Texas Tech's lied Haiders in every way except grabbing the big end of the final score. It wns inspiring to wntch the Cow- boys fight for the bnll in the mix-ups under the goal for they did not be- come discouraged when the towering Techsnns mane...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 13 February 1943

PdJfO 4 THE H-SU DRAND February 13 1943 irtC mx .'i L r sr r fi- . Vti r ? t. 1 ;l 1' "' Sj.TO " Jilt Richardson's Unique Book Is Complete Texas History IW && Texas ns a state and Texans as Individuals have always more or less intrigued tho rest of tho world. Nearly everything in Texas goes to extremes it has the biggest tho least tho best and tho worst of everything there seems to bo no mean Above all Texas olways manages to be colorful. For this reason a his- tory of Texas Is certain to bo of more than ordinary interest. Dr. Rupert Norval Richardson in his Texas tho Lone Star State gives tho historical background of the larg- est state in the Union more complete- ly than has ever been done before. He begins far back In pro-historic times and carries the story forward through the tumultuous periods when the Spaniels tho French and finally the Mexicans each tried to dominate the state. He portrays tho exciting days of tho Texas Revolution when tho blood- shed of tho Alamo Go...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 17 April 1943

V r SENIOR .EDITION SENIOR EDITION Vol. XXVII HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXAS APRIL 17 1943 3 No. 26 SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA TO PRESENT ANNUAL CONCERT """ ' Ml Students Vote Constitutional PFiPi If this issue of the paper gains nny pruiso from tho students it will un- doubtedly be ns n result of a few helpful suggestions from "Henry McLcmoro" McNair who even though ho edited a competitive edition was very liberal in offering suggestions for a winning paper. Some of the tips passed to this week's staff by McNair were to be sure and misspell a word or two in the headline so as to attract atten- tion put the load story on tho edi- torial page or near the bottom of the front page and leave out tho dirt column because tho students never read It. McNair also said "You should use first person in all news items and be sure to mix up the var- ious parts of the paper because at present it is too dull. For example why not put a sports story on the front page along with a few adds? You can p...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 17 April 1943

v. - ts n; ? ' S -' t. i. K fi j. '' f . A-H V . Pl in: 'V April 17 1943 a - "i- m i"1 jy ? &f ts - ry ir- Wy y T . Is IC fe c I i. i K JfC ' ft lVl V if Hi V 55clitorials Exchanges By HELEN EDMONDSON A London lad on his first visit to the country cnmo across a refuse pit AMEklCitMiiEJROES BYLE Skyline. WHAT XI A FJtLWD? We do an awful lot of talking nbout our friends tn wWei. uaA been dumned hundreds and people we'ro friends to but do we really know 0f 0id mnk bottles just what a friend is? Ho stared for a while In amazc- A friend isn't the guy we can borrow a type- ment and then called "Come.and have writer from. He isn t the guy wo can slap on the a look. I ve found a cow's nest." back and cuss to his face and he never finds it out. He isn't the one we can get to go to the library for us at night (if no freshman is available). No ho isn't a friend. He's a chump. And we aren't his friend cither. A friend may be a lowly dog or a mighty pro- fessor the kind of a professor who li...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 17 April 1943

Tf !f I V it t J -r" M& RANGERS LOSE TO Locals Drop From First Place In Standings The Hardin-Simmons Ranger baso- bnll team toppled out of the first place spot In Victory League standings this week as they lost to the Abilene Christian Collego Wildcats 7-0 at the Fair Park diamond Tuesday. Tho loss was tho second for tho local nine and gavo them a three-two average with a .000 percentage. Mc- Murry replaced tho Rangers as lead- ers of the loop by defeating tho lowly Lawn Longhorns and ACC climbed to a second place birth by downing tho Stato Hospital nino Thursday. Following H-SU In the standings is Abilene high school State Hospital and Lawn in that order. The shut-out pitching of Big Paul Bond Wildcat righthander was large- ly the cause of the ACC win Tues- day but the Rangers erred fre- quently to allow Wildcat runs. The H-SU squad was charged with six errors during tho battle while the Wildcats played smooth ball all the way. Waller Hedrick Ranger righthand- er was charged wi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 17 April 1943

wr &i Pajra 4 April 17 1943 V-iiA r Jewel Lindsey Ex-Student Is Married to Major Baldwin Nancy Jewel Lindsey daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lindsey and Major M. C. L. Baldwin son of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Baldwin of Rock Hill S. C took their vows in a doublo ring ser- vice read Tuesday evening In the First Presbyterian Church by Dr. T. S. Knox. The bride who was given In mar- riage by her father woro an Ivory slipper satin wedding gown styled with long torso bodice sweeping train long sleeves and sweetheart neckline. She woro an illusion veil held to her hair with gardenias and carried a white Bible covered with gardenias and showered with stcphanotis. Mrs. Thomas Burroll Elllff of Gulf- port Miss. sister of the bride served as matron of honor and Frances Marian Brcihan of Abilene was brides- maid. Both attendants woro frocks fashioned of turquoise marquisette and taffeta along the same lines as the brldo's dress. They wore shoulder-length veils nnd carried colonial bouquets of sweet peas...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 18 September 1943

s ' r Welcome. Student Welcome. 4acuti$ Vol. XXVIII HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY. ABILENE TEXAS SEPTEMBER 18 1943 No. 1 BIG FRESHMAN CLASS MAY PUSH ENROLLMENT PAST 500 New Term Opens With Three Faculty Changes The time is six months from now. The scene is a busy downtown street. A bedraggled pathetic figure shuf- fles aimlessly down the street a dull expression in its eyes. Instant observers may hear the creature mutter meaningless phrases. "Got to get more copy . . . must go to the printers . . . have to find those cuts . . . wonder if Ben turned in his column ..." The observer shakes his head sad- ly. "Too bad" he concludes. "Ob- viously a visitor of a Nazi Concen- tration camp." Then he watches as the legendary little fellows in white coats scurry up to cart the poor thing away. But the kibitzer was a bit off the beam as to his conclusion. The vic- tim of this sad tale wasn't a fugi- tive Irom Adolph's henchmen or I- ' even a mental case resulting from too much O. P. A. bookkeeping ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 18 September 1943

rt A -rf - " . y "am t W ttf pfeV PAV: j ' I. " jaT i. U -' 1 1 " ik ' i - tf V i " THE H-SU BRAND Sditoridls . . . 'Bchanga September li 1M3 WITH THIS ISSUE ;W the Brand starts its 8th year as the news paper of the student body in new hands with a new staff but with an old outlook to bo a news- paper of the students and for the itudents. It is our hope the 1943-44 Brand may be worthy of complete support of the students and faculty and that it may in some measure reach the heights and standards of its predecessors. This year we are again working in Uying times. A largo percentage of the student body is new Setting their first taste of that spirited life which as been the tradition of the campus for more than a half century. We hope each of the stu- dents feels from the start the Brand is theirs and such events as they are interested in will bo amply covered in our columns. A large number of the writers of last year arc gone through graduation entering service and for other reasons. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 18 September 1943

THE H-IU BRAND Fat S Body Building Sports To Be Stressed At H-SU t ' M i Si geptember II IMS $? A . ? '"US" I - . ' Jv . r If- V ' St?' -s mrr -T " AS v -Lvfi ft VV '" ttU 'j . ' ; . 'f j ' 5 i . -tig. )' '. Intramural Games I To Be Sponsored QirLafge Scale S With every member of last year's athletic squads in the armed forces and even the coaches of 1942-43 in uniform Hardin-Simmons this year plans no intercollegiate competition but will sponsor a comprehensive intramural program aimed at giving everyone a chance to take part. Otho Polk elevated during the summer to associate professor of physical education will be in charge of the activities with Ethel John- son 'newly named supervising women's phases of the program. Polk has eliminated archery from the program this year and is sub- stituting events which will be en- tirely muscle building. "The need of the nation right now is strong bodies to carry out all phases of the war period program" lie said. "None of us can afford to be i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 18 September 1943

wv? V" V L. if Ff4 THE H-8U BRAND September 18 1943 . Hieing Bells Ring merrily During Busy Summer months Wedding bolls and wartime seem- ed to strike a happy combination this summer as evidenced by the number of Hardln-Slmmons exes who were married during the vaca- tion months. MARGARET ALEXANDER WEDS Margaret Alexander a sophomore In H-SU last term became the bride of Lt. Don Miller in late August. The ceremony took place In Tucson Arizona where Lt. Miller is sta- tioned with the U. S. air corps. Both Lt. and Mrs. Miller are from Abi- lene. Romance of the couple had its be- ginning when they were grade stu- dents In the Abilene College Heights school but Uncle Sam had a hand in the making of final plans for their wedding which was to have been held In Abilene. Lt. Miller has not had a furlough In more than 18 months and could not come here for his wedding so plans for Mrs. Miller's trip to Ari- zona were to have been discussed when Lt. Miller passed through Abi- lene en route from...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 25 September 1943

tt Y Hack the. Attach ? a lionJU ht K't I J . Hi Vol. XXVIII HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE. TEXAS Saptambar 25 1943 No. 2 Mk r Vm PJ P-"" PJ PAPJ PHPJIpA.-PJ PA PJ . flPvBBB"V ." m F3.. Wi W.i oV-iLWi Wte VJ ri..i ti'"j tyi --&( " &e$&a sec j What with all tho radio com- mercials and bloody nowsreeU combined with other positlvo evidences wo couldn't help know that thoro's a war going on in tho world. Back in tho Scarlet O'Hara era when the Yankees and gray coated Robs woie passing the cannon shot back and fotth acros sthe Mason- Dixon line the women played very important parts in the fracas. Maybe thiry didn't actually get out and shiot any of tho enemy with Grand- pa's jld double barrel but they -tltthn sit idle. They hid escaped prisoncis in the smokehouse and cut up bed linen for bandages and gave their wedding bands to aid tho cause And in World War II the gall didn't wasto timo either Maybo they look silly to us now parad- ing around in their anklo length unifor...

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