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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 25 September 1943

. ft' V yv'i'.f (-'- :.V. ; .f bJ - ati THE H-SU BRAND September 25 1943 dttoridls . . . changes lL - - "pOITDHl TM1 PATH OF : Wfcr ; ..is ' l:r-t'l- ' J I V'a " viA.. -i v . : ' v. r 'ilaV fdat bM1 1a nil ! Waitci Un no oK. MMVQt' - Today more than ever wo must establish a wgy'.ta follow for the rest of our life. We must prepare ourselves for tho jobs that take an education so the fighting men may come back and' take un tho unskilled jobs. Yes we must do thk because we have the chance while others it. this war. there will be a demand for ehers. doctors teachers journalist nurses ".. r .'. . . . missionaries musicians and other type work rs to minister to the social spiritual mental physical needs of many people. ' The needs of the-whole world must be sup- plied by us. Not only must wo supply these needs but there will be a great opportunity to develop . your knowledge and skill. Take the medical profession for instance This war will bring on such a profusion of mental and physical ...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 25 September 1943

v 'T'.' SKi9 ' SEPTEMBER 25 1S43 THE H-SU BRAND V POLK ANNOUNCES BIG ATHLETIC PROGRAM 30 n W YT- " v 4. "A fc rt K P ' - i" r City Schools Camps To Form Leagues For Softball Games The students' cry for Intercollegi- ate athletics will be met In a meas- ure nt least by the plans announced today by Prof Otho Polk. In a meeting at the Air Base with representatives from Abilene Chris- tian College McMurry College Abi- lene Air Base Camp Barkcley and Hardln-Simmons University a pro- gram of competitive athletics was planned for this fall and winter. All preparation is still In the embryo stage but the activities pending in- clude a schedule of Softball games with each of the other teams before cold weather sets In permanently. It is believed that the Cowboys will be able to field a strong enough team to be a worthy contender for the championship. A method for making up the roster will probably be conceived byProf. Polk and the intramural council. After the weather forces the ath- lores v...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 25 September 1943

a -i b'L Pag 4 THE H-SU BRAND September 25. 1943 ft Buy ' HT. 1 .b. v srt l I. I Pesky Points Perturb Us But Students Won't Starve Despite the war and food ration- ing students dining on the campus this year arc very fortunate. The head of the university cafeteria Miss Mary Collins and the manager of the Smith Hall dining hall Mrs. A. R. Couch contend with the press- ing problems of shortages and points most capably and are not unused to performing veritable miracles on short notice. The government allows points equal to the amount needed to feed the diners of last December. This allotment Includes coupons for pro- cessed foods meat and sugar. Although there usually are enough meat and sugar points somehow processed goods arc always in a minority on the pantry shelves. The most difficult of all foods to obtain arc butter eggs corn meal fresh vegetables and fruits. Many times Miss Collins is forced to drive about the country-side in search of sufficient eggs for the following week. (...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 2 October 1943

37 a i8w -i Vol. XXVIII HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXAS OCTOBER 2 1943. No. 2 COWGIRLS INITIATE 16 MEMBERS IN FRIDAY CEREMONY Rack the. Attack Nk 'PisSr" " " '- h ""M h-" vliiLl 1 1 "PvAmvit' "I hope wo have some pop rallies this year "one student was heard to remark on this campus recently. "Well that's silly. We won't have any ball games. Why have pep rallies?" "Why to keep up the spirit" the first replied. Wo think pep rallies would be swell thlt year of all years. It was easy to havo spirit when the enrollment was large the games exciting and a great year in prospect. It didn't take much to yell thon. but this year it's differont the grid men aren't hore to strido down the isles at the rallies they're in service as are the majority of last year's men. The crowds at the rallies will naturally be smaller and it will be all too oasy to slip into tho atlitudo of "Aw. what's the use anyway." That's the easy way out. We're going to have yell leaders a band which will do a lot ...

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

' V WUr THE H-SU BRAND October 2 1143. j . &. ..;- r 11 V fesf w '. )v for Kc fct . rj ?" V f 6. V "lr. rtf IrJ. Bditoridls ... changes r -If W 'W v ;- 1r"r-' v C5 Vrt . Tffl ' .".. Wfl U '1 " ' Xh lit ' V -. ' J "." ' . r . v W"'c '; . VI itTJDIHTI ' " back on tho campus this year were sur- prised to sec the largo sign placed on the tract of land between the library building and Abi- lene Hall. Wo were even more surprised to sec it a few days ago spattered with some messy substance probably paint. The sign has aguin suffered an abrupt change this time it has become a dull gray. Who tho culprits aro in tho sign splattering episode can only bo surmised. But our pur- pose is not to censure them or to condone them but to ask about the sign itself. Isn't it a senseless thing to put up some lumber declaring that some day in tho distant future a wonderful building is to bo erected t What if it ist Of course wo will bo proud of it when the time docs come and will do our part in making ...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 2 October 1943

October 2 1843. THE H-SU BRAND I i - in Tuesday Last Day to Enter Fall Tennis Tournament All Men Eligible In Singles Doubles Competition-Polk All entries for the fall tennis tournament arc due In Mr. Polk's office by Tuesday afternoon Oc- tober 5. This tournament for men includes both singles and doubles competition. Any male student in Hardln-Slmmons is eligible to com- pete if he registers with Mr. Polk before the deadline Tuesday after- noon. Contenders should get their partners for doubles competition Im- mediately and be prepared to play as soon as the schedule is posted. Mr. Polk announces that this fall's tournament will be a double elimination tournament with the semi-finalists playing a round-robin playoff. The entire schedule will probably be completed in the month of October. Present warm weather conditions should be a boon to ten- nis interest. As an added inducement and at- traction this year medals will be awarded to the winners. It is ex- pected that a keen tennis riv...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 2 October 1943

Rsw-IJfjPr ? rTv w t W -"ni j" ?. S' ".' Y ' V rt4 THE H-SU BRAND October 2 1143. r Fmj 4 y W- ?'. ( it r Women vs. Men In Debate At Barkeley Tuesday night approximately 30 girls went to a Camp Barkeley service club for the purpose of listening to a combination debate panel discussion and open forum on the subject "Should women be drafted into the armed services of the United States?" The debate was arranged largely through the efforts of Miss Dorothy Compere of Abi- lene. Assuming the affirmative side of the question were Mrs. Wm L. Lewis of the Abilene city schools Miss Maude King supervisor of Smith Hall dormitory Thelma Lee Russell and Imogene Taylor H-SU seniors. Those opposing were Pvt. Robert Holcomb Pvt. David Bass Pvt. John Trojan and Pvt. Leroy DcPuy all of Camp Barkeley. Beginning at 8:30 two speakers from each side spoke "alternately. Representing the women were Mrs. Lewis and Miss Russell. Pvt. Hol- comb and Pvt. DcPuy made the speeches for the men. Following this a sho...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 9 October 1943

. . ' $v- fltmmmU tit Qammi Vol. XXVIII HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXAS OCTOBER 9 1943. No. 3 rf... ..;v-'- r HWuaW3rV pSQ)I llT P?SgLjnft'T Wflrlli rMlRri udar Octal f6 Map TllW1ht-i-W. '"J- " V nI r y Players "Ghost Train" Will Be November 4-5 Pp It's really Going to seem like those oft-mentioned "good old days" again next Saturday when the 11th Division Commandos and the Air Base eleven tussle on the H-SU gridiron. Of course they won't be our Purple and Gold Cowboys but they'll be big husky fellows in foot- ball suits and they'll provide a hearty bit of a struggle. The Cowgirls will parade dur- ing the half and the Cowgirl Band will be out to furniih the spine-tingling pop music that adds so much to the tantalizing ntmosphore of the gamo. A couple of military bands will probably bo on hand to give out with ovon more music and marching. All in all this ball gamo coming up should turn out to bo a protty impressivo affair. The Brand has an added distinc- tion this week altho...

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

t' K' SQ ri- t ir itWf' 6 i-1. THE H-SU BRAND October t 1M3. 5ditoridls . . . changes TRADITION OAM bo a rich thing when it's used in the right way but often it is not used in that way. Pop instance there are some traditions that in past years havo been good for the students as well as the school. But in these days times havo changed somo of these traditions don't benefit the school or the students. It has been suggested that our paper be cut to the tabloid Size. This can be a benefit in many wriys. First thero is a paper shortage. Even the Sunday School Board had to cut down on their publishing of literature. If we cut ours down it would save half of the paper we use. Second the paper could be made better by cutting it down. There isn't enough news to fill it. There's not enough sports to even merit a com- plete sports page. Thero 's not enough gossip for a gossip column and if there were it should be limitod to a small spaco in the paper. Then all this exchange dope College Press ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 9 October 1943

17 J October 9 1943. THE H-SU BRAND faftl Fall Tennis Tournament Launched Next Week Nineteen Register For Men's Division The first major sports event of the year will be held next week on the H-SU tennis courts when the annual fall iennls tournament gets under way. The tournament Is arranged and directed by Otho M. Polk head of the-physical education department. He announced the coming of the tournament last week and the en- tries came In thick and fast until Tuesday night the deadline. When the entries were tallied it was found that nineteen of the school's stalwart young men had submitted their names. Only the men's singles schedule Is posted as the doubles will be run off after the singles champion is crowned. This event will give every con- testant two chances for glory. If a player gets knocked out of the win- ners' brackets he automatically be- comes eligible for a shot at the con- solation title. Because of the odd number of the tennis enthusiasts thirteen of the young men dr...

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

w lu ?m THE H-SU BRAND October 9. 1943. r 4& fra Our Boys and Girls in the Service By BEN BOWDEN G. H. Blackburn last year's yell leader Is now stationed at Jones Field at Bonham Texas.. He has finished prc-fllght and is beginning his primary. John Mark Witman '40 will re- port Nov. 11 at Fort Mac Arthur Calif. for O.C.S. training. Edward Moore Is in the Air Corps and is stationed at Muskogee Ok- lahoma. Eddie Sprinkle a star on last year's football team is at Anapolis Maryland. Elmo J. Osborne 1943 ex has ar- rived at the Naval Air technical training center at Ward Island where he was given a Marine cor- poral's rating. Osborne is a son of O. T. Osborne of Corpus Chrlsti a former resi- dent of Abilene. Corporal Osborne was reared in Abilene. He was a 1041 graduate of Abilene High School and was a sophomore in Hardin-Slmmons Uni- versity when he volunteered for the Marine corps in February this year. Ho received boot training at San Diego then was enrolled in a radio school at t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 23 October 1943

- iwPfeswr. -mzseJ Maim Ioh 2aU ftw Vol. XXVIII HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY. ABILENE. TEXAS OCTOBER 23. 1943. No. 5 inSjJjL l-HP M nTH Rin iWiHB M TriT. JfmMoumeH 6AhUmU fc Weird "Ghost Train" To Come November 4 and 5 Hardin-Simmons University has long been acknowledged as one of the leading educational institutions of the southwest. Our Cowboy Band has gained fame throughout this nation and portions of other continents. Wc have our cherished customs and traditions and until this year had had our hard-to-beat football eleven. Our gaily-clad Cowgirls add color to local parades and our students win acclaim in various fields of endeavor. At the present H-SU has men and women in all branches of the armed forces tome are high-ranking officers some have won medals for bravery some have given their lives for the ideals they bellove in. These are the things we have to be proud of. But on the other hand what are the remaining students doing to help the war effort? It appears that H-SUitcs arc ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 23 October 1943

Mui-. - tSt fjtC-" ' rniwm MBLWfci'j ' MWP9:- .r'' r it-.r Faf 2 THE H-SU BRAND October 23 1943. I" J' tisL "" ' y ' - 'Editorials . . . Changes ONE HEARS SOME adverse comment about the chapel pro- grams. "Too much preaching." "not enough popular music" arc some of the remarks heard. Is this complaint justifiable? What is the purpose of the college or university? Is it to train and mold youth that enter its gates? If so let the youth or the raw material if you prefer bo yielded to the influences thrown about it to form and mold. These influences have been tried and tested by past generations of educators and the present day chapel is but a remnant of the days when Christian thought received the chief emphasis in all education. It is the opinion of this writer that nil phases of the college program train and fit the youth- ful student for life. Secular subjects train the mind religious subjects train the soul and the physical education program and athletics train the body. This train...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 23 October 1943

THE H-SU BRAND 9 ' i; Enthusiastic Simmons Rooters See Reco - Air Base Bout "i October 23 1943. i V 'V k r t I h "V t a. j' i ; Cowgirls Drill Team Steal Intermission Hardin-Simmons studdnts and fac- ulty responded with characteristic vim vigor and vjt&lity to the first football game to be played on Por- rflmorc Field (luring the 1043 sea- son. All of the traditional glamor attending Cowboy football games was displaced for the benefit of the two scryjtfo teams and the cnthus- laslhVcrowd of 0000 football ad onis. Realizing that their own favorites were not upholding the H-S. U. standard the students chose the team that they wanted to win nnd backed them to the last ditch. Girl friends brothers and sisters of men in the Air Corps cheered the Air Base team even after its cause seemed hopeless; while a similar company with men in the Army were not sparing of their voices in encouraging the 41st Cavalry Re- connaissance Squadron on to vic- tory. The 11th Division's victory by 12-0 o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 23 October 1943

THE H-IU BRAND October 23. 1943. e Pag 4 t Katherine Kyle and Lt. Milton Mock Married In Candlelight Ceremonl Katherine Kyle and Lt. Milton Mock took their marriage vows In a candlelight ceremony read by Rev. Darold Morgan at 0:45 Wednesday evening at the University Baptist church. The bride who enrolled as a sop- homore In Hardin-Slmmons this fall is a transfer from N. M. A. & M. at Las Cruccs New Mexico. She was given in marriage by Gene Phelps. Mrs. Mock wore a soldier blue crepe dress trimmed in gold with black accessories. Her flow- ers were a bouquet of Talisman roses carried on a white Bible be- longing to Pcrla Dudley. The maid of honor Mary Jane Carpenter wore a moss green crepe dress with black accessories and a corsage of peach gladiola. Freda Wlmbcrly a bridesmaid wore a wine dress trimmed with dark wine sequins accented by a corsage of peach gladiola and black accessories. Attendants to the groom were Norman Holland best man and Curtis Wimberly groomsman. Ushers at ...

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

I : skte--r- - Y i Buy BontU j24p lionJU VoL XXVIII HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE. TEXAS NOVEMBER 13 1943. No. 8 7 oK iv ibL L bLHiHbS bL L Uf mm BLI H b 1 1 Bif- nTxPflL N Programs Parades Ballgame Give Cowgirls Lively Week Instead of a few pint-sized edi- torials the Branding Iron Snnrn this week will be devoted to an account 01 the Grace Moore press confer- ence at the Hilton Hotel Rose Room Wednesday night. The affair was to have begun at eight sharp but a late train heldup proceedings until around nine. We had been previously cautioned that Miss Moore was very tired from hor trip and knowing that visiting celebrities often leaned a bit toward the tempermental side we were ex- porting the singer to sweep haughtily and answer questions in a bored perhaps dlstainful manner whilo her agents hover- ed wathchfully ovor her. Instead she walked graciously into the room seated herself in a chair behind the large table and suggested that the reporters draw their chairs up around the ...

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

rat a THE H-SU BRAND November 13 1943. rs B4 vf aw 1? fc. Editorials . . . changes ACCORDING TO MOST GIRLS tho inan shortage around llardin-Sim-mons is very acute. All boys hero arc either around 16 years old arc married and arc cither ministerial students or pre-meds. But girls let's say thank heavens for them I Many colleges vroro lucky enough to obtain some typo of war training program and have five hundred navy cadets of army trainees on their campus to ward off monotony. It's a pity this university couldn't have managed for something of tho sort; the female specie of the human race would certainly enjoy college life a lot more. But how about those 1G and 17 year olds? Fellows you help to build up morale of your fellow classmates even though the gals are often from two to seven years older. But some day you'll bo older too and then you'll be drafted and we'll get a now crop of 1C and 17 year olds. Now if wc had a Navy or Army contract just think of all the different ages that wo...

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

v a n i NoTmbr 13. 1943. THE H-SU BRAND t c DODGERS CLINCH TITLE BEAT TOREADORS 6-0 Bullfighters Scrappy After Lone Victory Final Standings Won 3 1 1 D's Commandos . . Los Toreadors 'IMim I ... 'Pinfilriti ' fvnllntit iiiu uua iuii;uuufto iiiuui. luukuuii luiliu lunu lu lliu nullum Monday nfternoon in defeating the Commandos in the lust two sec- onds of the game. Billy Lewis' pass to Neil Burnett on the game's last play climaxed the Los Toreadors' meteoric rise to u place in the intramural football sun. After liuving suffered two defeats once at the hands of these same Commandos they outfought outscrap- ped and outplayed the Commandos to defeat them G-0. Last Minuto Scampor Penetration after penetration was stopped by the Commandos for four quarters. Petty intercepted a pass in the end zone to stop the biggest threat In the third quarter but the Bullfighters had come too close too often to bo denied pay dirt when the clock was ticking away the waning seconds of the game. Calvin Mc- ...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 13 November 1943

!t4 THE H-SU BRAND November 13 1943. -1 In Case You Hadn't Heard- Here's Story of Other Bus Our alarm clock failed to go off. But wo made it anyway. The bus to the B. S. U. convention was to leave at exactly 5:30 a. m. an hour which was chilly and bleak to put it mildly. Everybody showed up at Mary Frances Hall still strug- gling to keep awake and a few possessed "early morning grouches" but there were enough optimistic students to convince us that this couldn't keep up always so we got on the bus. Those wc called the "privileged few" rode the bus which went by way of Fort Worth and some of those poor homesick freshmen got to sec their parents during the fivc- mlnuto stop at Fort Worth. The rest of us went on the Brownwood bus. We didn't mind the Brownwood bus even in spite of the fact that Gene Taylor insisted that everyone had already had enough sleep and endeavored to keep everyone awake. Until they deposited the Howard- Payne kids on us. At Brownwood we all climbed into a sort o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 20 November 1943

- ' - Vol. XXVIII HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXAS. NOVEMBER 20 1943. No. 9 SOPHS AND JUNIORS TIE FOR TOP SPOT ON HONOR ROLL Vtufa Wai Aa 4ood datianUta- By MARY ANN NOLAND The warm sun shone down on the piles or frosty pumpkins iiiul yellow corn. All the crops were gathered and the barn was stored with the summer's yield. It was a handsome day! Yep there sure was "somethiu' kindo harty-likc about the atmusferc" that fall day or 1C21 in Plymouth Colony. In fact the "Gov'ner" felt so happy over the whole thing that he decreed a day of thanksgiving the very first celebration of American plenty. "Wanting to make the first Thanksgiving a really big "blow- out" the Plymouth Pilgrims gave an invite to all the neigh boring red-skins; so the word got around that the Puritan Pappies were bavin' a shin-dig and were going to 'commodate 'em with a heap-big feast the next day over at the Colony. Orcat were the preparations for the feedl All the women spent days boiling and baking and roas...

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