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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 12 February 1944

rff THE H-SU BRAND February 12. 1944. m.rt m .' fr l I ft Ic r ft '.Vi 1 -3& .7 'A C ' 5'$:s K v.A fr Mf .ft 'Sditorial . HMPHA8U IB PLACID - constnntly upon writing to our men in service. Still most of ns neglect this shame- fully. Ilardin-Simmons exes write bnck to the Brand eagerly asking about the school telling how' they read every word of the paper and how very much they wish someone would cor- respond with them telling them of the kids they knew and about the school in general. -Boys who made fun of the institution in the past are now getting even a trifle senti- mental over the place. Why don't we write to these boyst Mail seems to be the primary desire of both service men and college students. Make the boys feel better by writing to them. Let them know that we do miss them and want them to come back more than they could ever know. Tell them the news that they long for so hungrily. Tell them of Mary and Sally and Martha. Tell them about the basketball games the school pa...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 12 February 1944

T'S. fTP!" .. t" February 12 1944. .THE H-SU BRAND 9am 9 f Wi r ' e: iTlK' p St':: I w. 1 si. i Martha Jane Austin Weds Here In Church Ceremony Martha Jane Austin daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank W. Austin be- came the bride of Lt. George B. Hughton son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam D. Hugston of Brownsville in a ceremony at the First Baptist church here Tuesday evening at 7 o'clock. Dr. Millard A. Jcnkcns pastor read the single ring service. White gladioluses and stock in a tall basket and white candles in white candelabra were arranged as decorations in a background of palms. Prenuptlal soloist was Mrs. Robert J. Tiffany of San Angclo who sang I Love Theo (Grieg). She was ac- companied by Huby Morris organist who played the wedding music and Ave Maria (Bach-Gounod) as the vows were said. Given in marriage by her grand- father B. F. Austin the bride was wearing a navy blue crepe two- piece dress with a low round neck- line. White lace ruffles outlined the neck and formed cuffs for the long sle...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 12 February 1944

THE H-SU BRAND February 12. 1M4. COWBOYS TO ENTER AIR BASE INVITATION TOURNAMENT Patr4 u Eight Teams Vie For Trophy; To Be Reeled Off in AHS Gym Coach 6tho Polk has entered the Hardln-Simmons Cowboys In the Abilene Air Base basketball invitation tournament starting Feb. -17 on the Abilene high school court. Eight teams will vie for the handsome AAB trophy while a consolation cup will go to the runncrs-up. Present plans allow for three consecutive evenings of basketball with four cames being played on each of the first two nights and the flnnl clashes on the last night. The added consolation feature assures each team of at least two games for it will take two losses to eliminate any one team. Salty Playing Expected Since eight of the top teams in this sector will be competing Har-din-Simmons students will have the opportunity of seeing some high class basketball. The Abilene Army Air Base will bo represented by the Comets the other seven entrants being Hardln-Simmons university Abile...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 19 February 1944

Jfttp Out Boyi. &Hj Wan. Ro4uk loday DtaLf. 44t t Vol. XXVIII HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY. 'ABILENE. TEXAS FEBRUARY 19 1944. No. 18 LIBERTY SHIP WILL BE NAMED FOR DR. JULIUS OLSEN :tr W. C. Ribble Participates in When I was a happy and Irrespon- sible cub reporter I often wondered why the editor always wore that "lost my last friend look" on a Fri- day morning. There I would be sit- ting in the bookstore merrily licking on an ice cream cone and conversing with a group of equally merry friends when in came that carrier of bad tidings the editor. With a gulp I would choke down the rest of the chocolate cone and try to slip un- der the table before she saw me. "Where's that story? You were supposed to have it in yesterday? How do you expect me to get out a paper if you kids don't turn in your copy?" With a feeble grin I would try to explain that I really meant to get the story last night but after I got home from a date I was real sleepy and went to bed. And she wouldn't want me to l...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 19 February 1944

"s-y -; 9ft THE H-SU BRAND February 19 1944. A y 'it' " L iTT f ffi. .. W .... fcm T. .. :M. 'H &yw 'ie 'it . 4V LV5 . - '. Sdltoridl .' . . changes TODAY MORE THAN BVER students ought to prepare themselves for the post-war world preparing for professions in teaching medicine engineering and many other distinct jobs. After the war there is going to bo a need for trained highly skilled workers not only in this country but in foreign lands as well. Some people have said "I feel called of Qod to go to Germany after this war as a mission- ary." As Charles "Wells so aptly put it "lfiis- sionaries can not be sent to Christian martyrs." That would bo an insult and a disgrace to those Christians who have been in prison camps for so many years and who have suffered for what they believe. "Wo hould prcparo ourselves to go and help minister to tho mfor their physical needs. Through this we may be able also to minister to their spiritual needs. Then they will not be offended as wo will como...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 19 February 1944

' r February 19 1944. THE H-SU BRAND Pjf 3 .;? T. f.mmmti t "i iT i f' j i- 'j -9'H 2kf- K' fBr W w If East Nolner Wedding Held In Tulia Sunday February 13 Miss Virginia East daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ed East of Amarlllo and formerly of Hereford and Der- wood Nollner son of Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Nollner of Abilene were mar- ried Sunday February 13 in Tulia in the home of Rev. H. E. East brother of the bride who read the double ring ceremony. The wedding vows were said be- fore a mantle with an arch covered with carnations and fern with tall baskets of snapdragons and glad- ioluus on cither side. The bride given In marriage by her father wore a light blue suit with a lynx fur collar with brown and light pink accessories. She car- ried a white orchid topped Bible which was borrowed from Mrs. Les- ter Morton the former Nita Field- er who attended Hardin-Slmmons. For something old she wore a cameo belonging to her mother. The bride's only attendant was her sister-in-law Mrs. H. E. East who ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 19 February 1944

THE H.SU BRAND February 19 1944. c COWBOYS TAKE LICKING FROM 12th DIVISION ALL-STARS Page 4 fe k i Final Score 51-21 In All-Stars' Favor Hardln-Simmons hapless Cowboys absorbed their fifth licking of the current season Thursday night to the tune of a 51-21 score. Their oppon- ent was the 12th Armored Division All-Stars. The taller and faster All-Stars started very fast and were never headed. They led the Cowboys 21-0 at the end of the first quarter 33-10 at the half and 39-21 at the end of the third quarter. The occasion for the game was the Abilene Army Base Invitation tour- nament. The host team the Air Base Comets arc favored to win their own tourney. The 12th All- Stars team is second in place and is slated to meet the Comets in the final game. H-SU used all of the sixteen men of the squad in an effort to thwart the crushing attack of the Tankers. The entire squad of the All-Stars saw action with the second team playing most of the time. The best game of the evening was between ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 26 February 1944

"Ovtwafid Round" J Vol. XXVIII HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY. ABILENE. TEXAS. FEBRUARY 26. 1944. No. 19 . MMi I tv K K PLAYERS TO GIVE "OUTWARD BOUND" THURSDAY FRIDAY mason Coope r In "Hour of Charm" Audition When we were In elementary school we were not given many tasks of great responsibility because were not thought capable of carry- ing them out. When we were in high school many wise teachers al- lowed us to be responsifto for cer- tain important details knowing that entrusting a person with such re- sponsibility Is a marvelous way to develop character. Now that we are in college many still continue to treat us as if we had the mentality of Baby Snooks and act accordingly. True some college students are not capable of being trusted to any great extent but these are the ex- ception not the rule. Most college men and women will retpond extremely well in a poiitlon of trust and will de- velop greatly mentally and morally becauie of it. In a few years all of us will be working for a liv...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 26 February 1944

THE H-SU BRAND February 26 1944. vS !. J? . p --i.. w P.te.- njrr 3 L " j..jr gditoridl . . . changes STUDENTS ENTERING HARDIN-SIMMONS liavo vory little guiduuuc in tho matter 6f what courses they are to tnko what they are to major in or minor in what courses are pre- requisite to others and similar questions. Oh wo know that 'there is a faculty committee for the purpose of assisting Freshmen in planning their courses. But when can a Freshman see this committee! On the afternoon before he registers. Now although the majority of the Freshmen aro on the campus or supposed to be a good many of them will be trying to get set- tled in their rooms or going to town for needed articles. " Their relief upon completing the Freshman English and Psychological Tests is so great that they want to get far away from anything that even looks like a teacher. Con- sequently they take what they want to and struggle through to thoir Junior or Senior year only to find that they lack some vital courses wh...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 26 February 1944

-3r"s February 36 1944. THE H-SU BRAND 9 s f; cit. f There's Real Romance Lurking In Past History of College It was the summer of 1930 find the world famous Hnrdln-Slmmons Cowboy Band was touring Europe. In The Hague Holland they met a young man by the name of Andre Lawrence van Asscnderp. Asson- dcrp a tall handsome Intellectual young man was then a student at Leiden University. Intellectual did I say? Why yes he could speak read and write six languages. As- scnderp liked the band boys; in fact he liked them so well that he traveled with them for two weeks. The boys had taken with them on their trip to Europe the 1930 BRONCO the Hardln-Slmmons an- nual for that year. Young Asscn- derp found great pleasure in looking tin ouch the annual. The picture of one certain girl fascinated him. Of this girl he said to the boys: "I'm going to murry that girl." The girl to whom ho was referring was Carol Johnson. Carol had in the fall of 1929 come to Hardin- Simmons as a Sophomore. A trans- fer...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 26 February 1944

THE H-SU BRAND February 26 1944. '44 BASKETBALL SEASON CLOSES WITH NO WINS FOR H-SU Page 4 i'. vt 7 v k." W 56th Medics Beat With 82-21 Score The 1944 cage edition of the Hardln-Slmmons Cowboys closed their current season Tuesday night with a hard-fought game with the 50th Medical Battalion from Camp Barkcley. The wlnlcss Cowboys never gave up to the taller and faster Medics but were plowed un- der by a score of 82-21. The Cowboys were off their game all evening and it took them quite a while to break the scoring ice. Caph Douglas Cravens the Rancher ace was high point man for his team with 11 points. He was the only Cowboy to score in the first half. The period ended 32-4 with Barkc- ley boys way ahead. The game was very rough all the way with both teams accummulat. ing seven personal fouls. Raymond Thomason Cowboy forward who tallied C points in his first ball game barely missed a slugfest with Duz- devich of the 50th. High point man of the evening was Zahn of the Medics who poure...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 4 March 1944

X n 7 P ?' Ifi Dr. White Begins Annual H-SV Religious Emphasis Week on Campus Monday Morning March 5-10 Is Religious Emphasis Week on Hnrdin-Slmmons campusl Plans have been In progress for sev- eral weeks under the direction of the various student groups and. the Religious Life Committee of the fac- ulty. Dr. W. R. White of Nashvlllb Tennessee former president of H-SU will conduct the services which will be held each morning at 9:30 and each evening at 7:30. In preparation for the meeting the Ministerial Council has fostered a Prayer Chain with 90 members of the faculty and student body cove- nanting to pray during a fifteen minute period during each day be- fore Dr. White's coining. Student directed prayer meetings have been held each night this past week in each of the dormitories and each morning at 7:30 in Professor Bond's room. Noon Day watch services have featured special prayer and testi- mony. In view of the coining revival Dr. Richardson appointed the fol- lowing committees...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 4 March 1944

"-4 tr fl THE H-SU BRAND March 4 1944. V"' ' . ;? If f 'J -V' I'.. U " Lv.J-1 V &&- t. r.j. f: c; j. rt " Sditorial ... changes m THE OTHER MIGHT f was looking for some fiction. Mrs. Moutrny suggested that I go down stairs and look through the stacks for something which would prove interesting. I went down thcro and saw many volumes of fiction most of them best described by the terminology "old as the hills." However there wcro some which still are rated pretty good books such as Lloyd Douglas' "Green Light" and Will Tucker's "Not All Ashes" and numerous others. I opened the "Green Light" which I had checked out the first of last of October and noticed it had not been used since. Glancing within the cover of "Not All Ashes" the story of the Rainbow Division of the First World War I saw that very few people had ever read it. Looking in many of the other books; I discovered that somo of them had not been checked out for several years. Students it seems that with all of the "pl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 4 March 1944

I v Pi' Kit Match 4 1844 THE H-SU BRAND t Pat t ' r r.- Halouise Mason Lt. Wilcox Marry at M. F. H. Saturday Simplicity marked the Impressive service in which Halouise Mason daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. It. Mason ot Frederick Okla. became the bride Saturday afternoon of Lt. George A. Wilcox MAC Camp Berkeley son of Mr. and Mrs. A. II. Wilcox of Stcphenville. Mary Frances Hall Hardln-Simmons University where Mrs. Wilcox is a student was setting for the marriage. The bridegroom's uncle the Rev. Norman Sanders read the double ring service ot 5 o'clock. As the music of Wagner's Here Comes the Bride from the opera Lohengrin filled the reception rooms of the hall the bride descended the broad central stairway on the arm of her father who gave her in marriage. Her only attendant was Mrs. II. B. Murdock and Lt. Frank Woskow of Pittsburgh Pa. served as best man for Lieutenant Wilcox. The bride's gown of white satin was made on simple lines with a full skirt extending into a train. The snug-fi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 4 March 1944

FJ- t Pass 4 THE H-SU BRAND March A. 1844. I Cindermen Dodos S lilarnerdam To Perform af There not much fun In track. It calls for rigorous training and self denial. The fellows who participate in the sport arc gentlemanly. Take Gil Dodds for example. Dodds who was voted the outstand- ing amateur athlete of 1943 quotes scripture to interviewers and auto- graph 'hounds. He is a parson In Boston. Famous Carnelius Warnerdam now an ensign In the navy is a for- mer school teacher. He weighs 170 pounds has the shoulders of a heavy-weight pugilist and the slim legs and hips of a distance runner. In 1940 Warnerdam became the first man ever to vault 15 feet. He has done it more than thirty times since. His indoor record is IS feet 8 1-2 inches and his outdoor slab is 15 feet 7 3-4 inches. "Cloudbustcr" they call him at the Chapel Hill pro-flight school where he is a bat- talion commander and physical training instructor. "Cloudbustcr" Cornelius and "Skypllot" Dodds will be the main attractio...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 18 March 1944

$' GIVE MORE GIVE MORE in 44 in 44 RED CROSS WAR FUND RD CROSS WAR FUND 9 Vol. XXVIII HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXAS MARCH 18 1944. b No. 22 LAWRENCE TIBBETT GIVES CONCERT HERE MONDAY NIGHT AjMi m IhH SbbH'VbbbB'VbB .bbHbW bbbh bbK bbbIbH fr Eir" w VI LMMMMBMimiBaMI iLp j H H4pBBBBHBBBrB'BiBBBBB3VBEMMHH V"bYJ VbYb BBbYbYbM BBB BbYH bYI M.HMMZBn7U l Hk trT54r"" ' ' "bTbm bbTbI H B" " h Hl VTbPbbI 1 ! .bB WBPBb vm f v ET .-: Hardin-Simmons Red Cross Drive Goes "Over The Top" Monday With $1415 H9 This has been an eventful week at Hardin-Simmons. It has almost seemed like "old times' again with so much enthusiasm and pep abounding on the Forty Acres. We've heard lots of griping this year from various sources regarding the "Har-din-Simmons spirit." Some have said that it's dead completely and some have even gone so far as to say that we've let the other colleges get ahead of us in many ways. They've said that we have no patriot- ism and are a "gang of indifferent roughnecks." Bu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 18 March 1944

?k THE H-SU BRAND March 18 1944. V- fe ll jt r S.W l ' s. 3' W5B 3' jvv ." i r- Sdttoridl . . . 'Exchanges TK1I81944 and national elections are in the offing. Political problems have advanced from tho sec- ond term issue to tho third term issue and now to thofourth term issue. If tho Roosevelt fans can discover tho long sought for fountain of youth tho wholo thing is likely to cud up in an eternity issuo. Although most of the stu- dents on this campus cannot vote it is a good idea to know what's going on in the realm of politicsj and to voico a few opinions or oven convictions. Aud that's tho ptirposc of the edi- torial. When a nation gets to tho place where only one man is capable of heading its administra- tion and handling its affairs then that nation is in a pretty bad condition. But a lot of peo- ple firmly believe that Mr. Roosevelt and only Mr. Roosevelt is qualified to lead the country. I do not believe this to bo the case. The presi- dent has been in offico so long that the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 18 March 1944

"H March 18 1944. THE H-SU BRAND f t )- tr fi if. toxin '- BA"t feSfc ' CamfuU Afu&Uum- Fish Perform Peculiar Antics While Upperclassmen Serve As Ringmasters Fish ore very unusual creatures. They congregate in schools and each year a new supply venture forth from their brlney homo. The In- flux of them at this particular sea- son has practically taken this cam- pus by storm. The female fish Is characterized by long stringy hair (a style especially designed for fish by Kathcrlno Free- man) adorned by a green ribbon. While the male fish is easily de- tected by the bewildered tare on his face and his pants to distinguish it from the female species of course. These crops of fish arc annoying in many ways but they are ex- ceedingly Industrious little crea- tures. Quite frequently they are found in various rooms mopping floors making beds and even ironing. One little fish even tried its hand at fixing electrical appli- ances. The fuses and sockets in question had an annoying tendency ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 18 March 1944

Pag 4 THE H-SU BRAND March 18 1944. fit. hi-xmi- IS. T M INTRAMURAL TRACK MEET BE HELD WEDNESDAY MARCH 22 Special Division For Girls' Competition The first Cowboy Intramural Track Meet will bo held March 22 beginning at 3 p. m. on Pnrramorc Field. The Intramural council an- nounces that track and field events will be offered for both boys and girls and will bo open to anyone de- siring to enter any event. Coach Holmes and the Council are making an all-out effort to provide every typo of sports activity to meet the demands of every student. Tills latest development Is especially con- ducive to a general participation of the entire student body in competi- tive events. To Have Ton Events Track events for the male entrees include the 100-yard dash the 440- yard dash and the 1-mile run. Be- sides these each class will enter a relay team to meet the challenge of the other classes. This latter event should engender some genuine class spirit and pride. Included in the field events for the ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 25 March 1944

. .' . GIVE MORE in 44 GIVE MORE in 44 RED CROSS WAR FUND RED CROSS WAR FUND - Nl Vol. XXVIII HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE. TEXAS MARCH 25 1944. No. 23 fo V to mm. ' "" ' " "BB - B " P PJPJ FPPR R PJ AF UPHimWr tfl" T 150 ATTEND YWA HOUSEPARTY Junior Jubilee March 31 To Be Titled "Fools' Day" HP Something has happened! Maybe you've been too busy to notice the recent changes on the campus . . . the purple flowers growing close to the grass the fresh green leaves be- ginning to show on the trees the cheerful tweet-tweet of birds . . . . etc. Well there's no use to fill the whole column with superlatives . . . the simple fact Is it's spring again! So now's the time for love and flow- ers to begin blooming. And don't be discouraged gals even if men arc scarce we still have flowers! If you like flowers. It Is easy to abuio privileges. All too often wo gripe whon a now ruling is clamped down not realising that the restriction would not have been imposed had we not taken advantage of ...

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