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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 25 March 1944

-.-? 1" f ' "SjiiKffi - ;r. IT THE H-SU BRAND March 25 1M4. A .f r' 'V & H f S WS f1 . l .56 Pf te W fcffl- i!lC . T && tjy " Kf -- .(.' '.. t . Bditoridl . . . 'Bxchanges THE QUIMION AI TO WHETHER college students read newspapers has been widely discussed in recent years. There has been n great deal of controversy but my ob- servations leads to the following conclusion. It is an indisputable fact that college stu- dents with a few outstanding exceptions are woefully ignorant of current history. This ignorance is evident in both types of students the studious and the "social butterfly." That such should be the case is indeed deplorable. How one can allow himself to keep out of touch with the great was in beyond my understand ing. Thero was never a period so filled with occurrences that are bound to have a largo in- fluence in shaping the future of policies of governments as is the present day. College if it should do anything at all should make for development of a high ...

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 March 1944

hv s '- . ; i . March 28. 1M4. v! THE M-8U BRAND 2 ltflf' "N -9 3 Meaning of War Becomes Real Only After Yo'ur In Combat Says Taggart The average American first must be under fire before the full mean- ing of war is brought home to him. Handsome 29-year-old Capt. Wil- liam C. Taggart West Texas South- ern Baptist preacher now Army Air Force chaplain-hero is speaking. "The American boy has not been educated for death" he said today in an interview. "He must actually be in combat before he understands just what war really is. But after he receives his first lesson he be- comes a great fighting man." And Chaplain Taggart who yester- day was presented the Silver Star for gallantry in Java action knows fighting men. Joining the Army in 1941 only a few weeks after becoming supply pastor of Big Spring Texas First Baptist Church Captain Taggart was on the high seas in an army- transport when the Japs attacked Pearl Harbor. "Wc were bound for the Philip- pines" he relates. "I was conduct- in...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 25 March 1944

-ittrmfL jflifci' -xt-tv JX "-""Wwbt' ' Pa4 THE H-1U BRAND March 25 1944. LV ' K kV . Diamond Antics By CORLIS HOLT Dascball and Brooklyn are syn- onomous and there's a multitude of stories connected with Flatbush and the Dodgers. Last July 10 there was a rumpus In the Bum's roost centering around Bobo Ncwsom. Arky Vaughan checked In his suit as game time was fast approaching. Leo Dur- ochcr fearing further rebellion was afraid to command the Dodgers to take the field. So fiery Lippy be- gan meekly to ask his regulars If they'd play. "Camilll will you play?" "Herman will you play?" and that's tho way he assembled a team. Tho Majority Rules Dodgor Bobo Nowiom was pitching a megnificent game in tho Polo Grounds one after- noon. At the end of a particul- arly t uccenful inning the crowd cheered him at he walked to the dugout. Out of the choerlng one loud boo was heard Bobo bowed gracefully to his heckler and shoutedt "I agree with you my friend. But what are two of us against to many?"...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 15 April 1944

Smni&i CddiaH & Edition Vol. XXVIII HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXAS APRIL 15 1944. No. 25 STUDENTS TO VOTE FOR BEAUTY AND BEAST WEDNESDAY n. H 9 - I ri-- v i-; v. ?- 14 H-SU Students Attend BSU Spring Meet at Denton Pan American Theme For Friday program The Pnn-Amcrlcan Day chnpcl program was presented by students of Spanish and Latin American history. Pan-American Day was yesterday. Marvin Burgess pre- sided and an interesting and varied program was presented. The program carried out the Pan-American theme and included songs and other features. E. L. Garza led a Spanish prayer after which Murrah read the Scripture in Spanish. Johnny McLaughlin led In the singing of a Spanish hymn after which Darold Morgan gave an account of the origin and signific- ance of Pan-American Day. Jonclle Cummings sang three Spanish songs "Celito Linda" "La Cucaracha" and " El Rancho Grande." She was accompanied by Rebecca Beltran. A color film "Our Neighbors Down the Road" was shown at ei...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 15 April 1944

H-"r -(UA v v. -. THE H-SU BRAND April 16 1M4. : .' i - t ; i -? K i .s. ft--... W h r-k 3r I rv f .- 3 ft. i. 6 Li : -5 fc - tw it) ' if V f- i v. r"" "Mr? L ' ''& bkx v " MX .V.'-. Sditdridl . . . changes ALL OOLUTOl PROF1MOM will have to look to their laurels from now oa. Even the best informed of them cannot hope to compete with the knowledge of tho man "who was there." A professor at Buck- nell University was reading an account of the sinking of .the aircraft carrier Hornet. Now this was supposed to bo a f ino cxamplo of clear writing. Ho was interrupted by a young Navy trainee who said "But that's all wrong sir I was there." Outmoded notes and ideas will have to be abandoned with tho end of tho war for with the war's end our young mon will come home. Hard no longer idealistic tho young people will scoff at old-fashioned methods of teach- ing. It is an interesting thing to speculate on the changes that a new generation will bring for if the young men who fought in tho war r...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 15 April 1944

' VPMlT -. ?r '?' . .- v April 1M4 THE H-SU BltAKD "Ur ""5 J" rW- SJ 3 gf 4'; '. I' -i it s i-;.: f 7 r - . Wi R4Li Spanish Had Big Influence All this week we've been saying "Now I know how Miriam feels." We are referring to the strains of getting n college publication off the press and In the hands of the student body without losing our temper or taking n powder. With the aid of an aspirin bottle Jack Haynes a bor- rowed typewriter sympathy and a letter from our boy friend we man- aged to pull through. Haynes wielded the scissors when we wanted anything clipped out. The typewriter was borrowed because ours is obsolete and has stubborn spells. The sympathy was free and unsolicited. The letter kept up our morale. We couldn't ask for more. Maybe if mother hadn't font us a chocolate cake we would never have had the cooperation we so earnestly desired. The lethargic gang in the Brand of- fice was completely invigorated at the suggestion that they have a slice of devil's food. Clamors fo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 15 April 1944

-. Vf. THE H-ltJ BRAND April IS 1M4. - t.l .l.-. l Ife. t fe' 4 tii iW Ln vtM'J9t A 's Lead A Squad TrompsB's 14-3 In First Softball Game The rambunctious A team slug- - ged their way to a 14-3 defeat of the B team on Tuesday April 4 to take the lead in the first intramural soft- ball game The B team was far be- low par in the field because they were forced to play with only seven men as against the complete roster of the A team. The B's arc unfortunate to have drawn most of the boys who work or are draft bait. With two men short they could not cover effective- ly the gaping holes in the infield. In the first inning the A's got to Pitcher Marvin Burgess for five runs. Everybody got to bat. The first five men to the plate made the complete circuit McMlnn Bill Cravens Hurt Haynes and Byrd. The B team showed the greatest power of the game in their first dug- out stretch when they scored two runs Wilson Ross and Garland Flndlcy touring the bags to make the score 5-2. The only other scor...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 22 April 1944

Hardin - Simmons University Observes Annual Founders Day Ceremony April 18 Annual Founder's Day services begun In Bchren's Chnpcl at 9:30 Tuesday morning April 17th. The day's activity Included the tolling of the University bell In memory of students and faculty who have died and the processional from the chapel to the triangle where flowers were placed on the graves of Robert C Simmons son of the man for whom the school was originally named J. D. Sandcfcr president of H-SU for 34 years and Dr. O. C. Pope former president. The chapel services be- gan with the singing of the Hardln- Simmons Anthem led by Ewcll Bone former student now Educa- tional Director of the First Baptist Church of Abilene. C. Roy Skaggs also a former student read as the scripture reading the 13th chapter of First Corinthians the charter scripture of the University and also the favorite of "Proxy" Sandcfcr. Presiding was Lcroy Jennings presi- dent of the Ex-Student Association. Miss Thelma Andrews past presi- de...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 22 April 1944

J f THE H-IU BRAMD April 22 1944 fen Lbbbbbbbbbbbbbsxc' Ef. i f' Mr- Bw i ' . 'Sditorial . FA FEW MORE WEEKS school will be out. Seniors will bo gradu- ating others will bo completing another col- lege year. We haven 't much more time to learn anything or to improve our college record. Yet we do have some time. There nre some things we can and should do. For one thing there is the matter of ab- sences. Thp faculty has repeatedly urged es- pecially of 'lute that students not bo absent from their classes and such things as an enor- mous amount of make-up work have been as- signed when absences occur to prevent any complete exodus from school. We may resent such emphasis upon absences. We believe however that fundamentally the faculty is right. For the few weeks of school remaining let's try to attend our classes. In the second place wu should study more. Jt seems that toward the end of school extra- curricular activities arc multiplied and that we are constantly busy. Studying falls o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 22 April 1944

0" t ' . April 22 1944. THE H-SU BRAND S Seniors Leave Possessions To Junior Class Members When in the course of human events it becomes necessary for the Seniors to dissolve the bonds which have connected them with Hnrdln- Slmmons University and to assume among them the powers which en- able them to go out into the cruel world the separate and equal sta- tion to which their graduation en- titles them requires that thoy should declare those possessions which they will to those they leave behind them. We hold these truths to be self evident that nil Seniors leave some qunlltles or possessions which arc endowed by them to the Junior class that among these arc life lib- erty and the pursuit of happiness. To secure these qualities the Junior class must prove to be worthy de- riving their humble acceptance of the gifts of the Senior class from the ' consent of the Seniors. In all men there is the desire to be great. To Chester O'Brien Douglas Cravens bequeaths the rod of power with which...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 22 April 1944

IT" Pat 4 THE H-SU BRAND April 22 1944 I. . f A fcr 4 ' i Team "A" Captures Title By Defeating Gets Softball Championship By Fourth Straight Victory Team A enptured the spring softball championship when It defeated Team C for Its fourth consecutive victory. Although they defeated team C by n 7-5 score they experienced difficulty In conquering this under named team. Team C had only six men but led through a good portion of the game. Billy Bob Lewis was pitching his best ball in the early Innings and his teammates were punching out timely blows off Milton McMinn's pitch- ing. McMlnn was under pressure throughout the game but he had enough left to outlast Billy Bob Lewis. Coming to McMinn's aid on numer- ous occasions was Jack Haynes whose shoestring catches saved the day several times. June Jones had a field day on defense. He made some remarkable catches and was as busy as a hen with six chicks. Floyd Darling shone at first base. But their defensive skill was not enough to offset the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 29 April 1944

Qftukman Sdition Qniiunan ZdiUon Vol. XXVIII HAHDIN-SIMMONS UNIVER8ITY ABILENE. TEXAS. APRIL 29. 1944. No. 27 POLITICAL RALLY TO CLIMAX COUNCIL CAMPAIGN MAY 2 :. !' f Annual BSU Banquet Scheduled ThursdayMay 2 1944-45 Officers To Be Installed In New Positions Installation of new BSU officers for 1944-'45 will be the highlight of the all-university spring banquet to be held Thursday night May 4 in the new social hall of the University Baptist Church John Hurt president of the organization has announced. Guest speaker for the occasion which is sponsored annually by the Baptist Student Union of H-SU will be Bob Denny student secictary of Baylor University. Denny is a for- mer member of the Louisiana State University staff. Theme for the banquet will be built around "Chattanooga Choo- choo" or "Bluebonnet Special" idea. Music and possibly a singer a for- mer member of the New York Opera Company will make up the remaind- er of the program. "Tickets are now on sale for seventy-five cents ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 29 April 1944

pwf tAr. vv ?$'pv' "v-n fw - 'vl Iff "' . C -" " V . M ' "m -1 THX H-itJ BRAND April II 1M4. ' X' '""" ' -if 'V; 'V f Vt F!- A " '. j .&- i.. ' s. L-i- rn1- KW i -.- fr..K? W '!' .. t m&i '-'::'V or' MK . v 1 'SdltOridl . .. . changes AM IDEA .. is a triumphant ort of thing. When ono blossoms forth in glory thcro is a moment of complete confidence in the mind of the bo- holder. Faith in that idea is so strong that the whole universe seems at peace. Success is hut a matter of time. The f ailuro of an idea is climaxed in a second of doubt. To falter is to fail. To hesitate is to be defeated. Determination is the force be- . hind the victory of an idea. It drives 5 it ig- nores all misgivings. It gives rise to expres- sion to emotion. The instant an idea emerges from the brain of man his soul then turns in approval. His sctal cherishes the work of his brain. Nothing changes the devotion of the soul. The soul encourages will not givo up. Power pushes the idea and that power is e...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 29 April 1944

"t '- "U" '.J 4 ;'--.' K VV.w ' 5' iy1-. j.j : s AfU M 1N4. I THE H-SU BRAND f - :&'.' '. V ty W ?." f K . . JaV iU -V5W' KiOK7'C ' TWTAtf tH rJL3i r DEBATERS DRAG SELVES FROM BED BOARD BUS FOR HUNTSVILLE MEET EDITOR'S NOTEi Jim Lasta- ttr. Chatter O'Brien B1U Crav- m. Billy Curtli Imogen Tay- lor Martha Farr. and Kitty Moor mambari of tha O and D Council want to Hunttyilla Texas on April 13 to attend tha livaitata tournamant of tha Pi Kappa Dalta Forontlc Frater- nity Prorinca of tha Lower Mitiiuippi. Debating poetry reading Bible reading after dinner speaking extemporane- our speaking oratory and radio contette were entered by our ttudenti who were very sue- . cental. By KITTY MOORE Now you lUcky people get to hear all about our Huntsvllle Debate Trip been saving the story for the Frosh Edition of the paper. Wo were supposed to leave at 3:00 on Thursday morning April 13th. Martha Farr dear soul rose from the depths of her down-comfort at 2:00 and came by for me at 10 till thre...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 29 April 1944

W--r ".r B y ' HkV THE H-IU MAMD April 2t 1M4. T-' k w ft :' k" I j' IV l-r.- w- M I; m Kr fc & 75 A 11- &- . to n- lit m- I iV 1 t I f.. m '.&? w . v MUST 2. i HL. '" Mh . EtWui- WilK. l.i tT '.TV ' " V ..e ' "V..-yv TennisTourney Begins Wednesday Top - Ranking Majors Rich in 4Fs As Diamond Season Gets Underway By COHLIS HOLT Baseball the grand ol game is now under way. Refusing to bo stifled by the steady Influx of major leaguers Into the armed forces the game will proceed this season with as much public interest as ever. Indeed If early game attendance records are an indication the majors are duo for a boom year at the gates in spite of the increased admis- sion prices. The clubs' scorccards will contain many an unfamiliar name. And no doubt all the players will be too young or too old 4-F's or those who have been "spoken for" by one of the armed forces and arc just playing on borrowed time. The 4F's arc the ones who may be counted on to pull the teams through the tig...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 6 May 1944

.."-wesa .."- Krrfr - Sunday 3:00 a'Glach "JlumH of Plati rr VoL XXVIII HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXAS MAY 6 1944. No. 28 EUGENE PHELPS ELECTED PRESIDENT IN CLOSE RACE VJ7p J-f" '" UiyuaiiltpHlwuft- "' - : " mi :f it '5 K VA liS?. SI &? K AH . I 'f ' i r "z M 2 s -1?- "Bluebonnet Special" Sets New High With 250 Guests ifopi This has been in many respects an interesting week with the nu- merous elections and other events to cause a lively spirit on the campus. Elections arc always interesting as they give us a chance to observe how various people react under stress and in similar situations. At ha boon laid countless times to tho point of triteness an election brings out tho good and the bad in a person. One student on failing to receive the coveted office or position will assume the attitude that "oreryone was against me" and "I shouldn't have tried anyway as I didn't have a chance." It is very easy to act this way and many well-mannered persons have been known to behav...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 6 May 1944

"it ."tat v -: ? ? THE H-SU BRAND May 6 1944. i sV. X AV t IR If. ')- pi " " ir.i liW'n fe!n ? $" &v hi. m r "" ' h W MW'' BditOtidl . . . change! rpHE HARDIrMIMMONg ANTHEM is a beautiful Bong. Its melody aud words arc an expression of the Hardin-Simmons spirit in its most sacred form. Ex-Students back on tho campus for commencement get n funny feeling in their throat nnd a misty look in their eyes when the organ plays tho familiar "Hardin-Simmons Hail to Thee" and stu- dents cspfccjally seniors stand up a little straighter and assume a more serious attitude on hearing the anthem. The anthem is the adopted song of the school and as such should be respected. It should be sung oply with dignity and reverence and should we believe be used only on appropriate occasions. We'ro not advocating that the an- them be tucked away in an attic some place and taken out only afr Commencement and Founder's Day but we aro suggesting because of our love for the song that it be used some- what mor...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 6 May 1944

J h ": -v . -H ' May 6 1944. THE H-SU BRAND Pat I M" hVflr' ar Bto K - ! Old Fashioned "Bull Session Part of the American Way Tho old-fashioned "bull-session" Is a part of our American Way of Life. It is one of our Institutions whether it be among tho "old-timers" around a wood-stove in the country store or over our coffee cups at the University hang-out. These discussions have been among man's favorite pastimes in every ago and in every country. When the Indians roamed these Texas plains life was more leisure- ly and their "pow-wows" were more formal than ours. In tho days of Socrates and Plato the discus- sions might have taken much the same form as our own and subjects ranging from politics to religion race problems too the faculty or from sports to morality were prob- ably argued as heatedly as they arc today. One topic which is a favorite with many students is "comes-thc-revolu-tion" in well anything 'that dis- pleases them at the moment wheth- er it be the educational system t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 6 May 1944

El . WV "! f)r : TW - SV nTTTOSja Ks V l ! h ' BlA er w: W " & Vt i Li v r w t iW ?.& A 'it :v t-. RS v M m 4f mi P4 OPENING OF TENNIS TOURNEY MARKED WITH SURPRISES All Games Played Before Deadline Day Surprises galore marked the op- ening round of the 1044 spring ten- nis tournament. The biggest sur- prise of all was the fact that every match was played before the dead- line date so no victory was gained by forfeit. The match between Marv Burgess and Bill Cravens found Burgess the pre-tournament co-favorite winning without much trouble by a 6-1 6-1 score. By this decisive victory Marv further brands himself as a likely winner in this semester's meet. He never gave his opponent a chance to get started. Rodney Heck established himself as somewhat of a favorite by trounc- ing Garland Findlcy in straight sets 6-1 6-1. Many considered this as the biggest upset of the first round. Heck will have his hands full in his next match with Marv Bugrcss last semester's finalist. In the s...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 13 May 1944

7Z&r i -jOTWV r . w vfljiw :; .-. A. Jar J0B? 1M0 ?m AN EDITORIAL It's spviiijr on the Cowboy campus. The mesipiite trees have finally turnftil green anil the oaks stiuul serenely aloof sporting shiny new leaves. ? A few straggling bine bonnetH mingle gaily witli the buttercups And wild daisies in spots where the relentless lawn mower has allowcd'them to survive and the roses on the fence near Marston gym tempt passing coeds to pluck a red blossom or two to pin in their hair. Noiso coming from the tennis courts gives evidence of heated matches in progress there and the bulletin board announces the opening of the swimming pool. The stock of ice cream in the book store dwindles as if by magic and girls in chintz pinafores and bright ginghams stroll leisurely across the campus. All is peaceful and happy and yet something is missing on the Hnrdin-Simmon.s scene and this clement is the main topic of conver- sation in mail box gossip and coed "bull sessions." The "something missing" i...

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