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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 13 May 1944

v.; Ai' i 2 THE H-SU BRAND May 13. 1944. fet" n r.'V r Jf. l-sv rf" If IK v. i It V I"- w ft. & " a &4-x. t Vf 1 r4 iHt iftf" 4U $? M 2tf c T." 1 w i?'?; "(f-ijrl :fr Editorial . . - ' f im Ar? Aluiaga (Dedicated to my Mother) Even if wc arc hundreds of miles apart I adore you sweetheart Mother When you arc nearest All the joys are dearest You arc always in my mind You are the nicest mother anyone can find Mother To me you are very dear In all this world there isn't much A dear mother I value you so much That to me you are more precious than all the" silver and gold That Uncle Sam does hold. In the Tank or at night when wc stop to rest I take your picture from my breast Look at it with a longing smile Wishing to be home with you even for a little while. I dream about seeing you every night Kissing and hugging you so tight; That I awake filled with great delight Only to find you disappeared from sight. It's only a dream it's true But after the war I'll make it real for me and...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 13 May 1944

v . ii. May 13 1944. THE H-SU BRAND 1 -. Jt H-SU Service Men Receive Citations Along with the men and boys from all over the world today on the battlefield arc found brave and honorable Hardin-Simmons exes. The valor of some of these has been recognized and citations have been given them. Wc are proud of these "decorated" former H-SU students. Captain William C. Taggart Jr. Hardin-Simmons graduate and son of Rev. and Mrs. W. C. Taggart 2410 Simmons Abilene was 4he first chaplain to receive a decora- tion in this war for heroism. Capt. Taggart has twice been decorated. He was awarded the silver star for gallantry in action in the evacuation of Java and received the 19th bombardment group award of the oak leaf cluster. Capt. Taggart's book "My Fighting Congregation" is one of the most outstanding books to come out of this war. It tells for the first time in book form the contributions of chaplains in the war. Captain Wade Dlake '37 Hardln- Simmons graduate has seen service in Greenlan...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 13 May 1944

-"" fmri1 PTttjiisSsl ws ii i- i ' - ' maBwi- j- '-WU ygnwr"Tr 'n X Pat 4 THE H-SU BRAND May 13 1944. I I W! & t few. T m E'T'i . fa i1 i - H-SU Tennis Tourney Nears Finals Stage The spring tennis tournament has advanced almost to the finals with Darold Morgan compiling the most convincing record in the five matches played this week. Darold Morgan wins n spot in the finals with victories over Crowley Morgan C-l 1-6 0-4 and Marvin Burgess in straight sets 0-4 6-3. Morgan's forward drive has been nothing short of meteoric. From ap- parent obscurity he has blossomed out as n likely successor to Carnle Tyler but if Carnie gets by Jack Haynes he'll have something to say about whether he surrenders his championship or not. Carnie advanced to the semi-finals by virtue of his 0-1 7-5 conquest of Tom Jeffrey. Jack Haynes is the other scml-finallst and Catnle's next opponent. Haynes attained to his position by defeating Doug Cravens in straight sets C-2 G-4. His victory was well earned. M...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 23 September 1944

TWf' gfWV v ft&ctfcU Monday Vol. XXIX HAHDIN.8IMM0NS UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXAS SEPTEMBER 23 1944 No. 2 STUDENT OFFICERS CHOSEN IN WEDNESDAY MEETINGS EL IjjTjj W B B-B1" Hi BvB B BBvB Bi B b vhfi wu h. X 'M'' Kf t-. ' ft V Large University Enrollment Insures Good School Year MiBtrikHHaiMiaMaMSSBBBBBI What with my little brother prac- ticing his trombone and Raymond Gram Swing giving the latest war news this should be a "whale" of a column. Oh for peace and quiet and a good night's sleep. From the looks of some other people there cr-ah well night sessions in the dorms arc causing some late hours. Gee-ee wish I lived in the dorm except for one thing those horrible hours to be in. 11:00 on Saturday niht. That's terrible! Now that the debris has been cleared away the excite- ment has died out. and every one if safe and sound a roporter sits back and thinks how much fun it would be to cover a story like the one on the P-47 crash last Tuesday. Well-11 at least I got there only 30 minute...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 23 September 1944

iipP j5 " kit? f !!. s JHtt THE H-SU BRAND September 33 1M4 Mu t. .a i S't- :" V L 'j" Pn- r-v Si v r . 4 H &i. j T-C - Editorial . . . SW 1OSUMDEIUSTANDIN0 can cnuso n great deal of trouble mid worry in every form of life. Usually some one has failed to explain or even try to explain the situation whether it was leaving town suddenly and standing up a dato or a "wrong impression" between students and faculty. We jump to conclusions quickly and do things which make tho faculty misunder- stand our purpose. If there were closer rela- tionship hard feelings would not arise. Friday morning's incident is one example of this misunderstanding. To tho students here on our campus the word hazing means "having fun" dressing the freshmen up making them march around the floor during pep ral- lies scaring green ribbons and "slime" caps having them carry books to the dorms when they arc going anyway all of which is in fun and all freshmen who are anything but "grouches" get a "kick" out of do...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 23 September 1944

'm PgljIfllfW 1 "rp y . v -C . v i -iV" 'I -'J.. gOtm)r 13 1M4 THE H-8U BRAND i - r -? INTRAMURAL FOOTBALL TENNIS BADMINTON AND TRACK HIGHLIGHT SPORTS Johnson Outlines Courses To Fit Students Needs As physical education classes be- gin with a bang high registration for the women is noted for nil their sports. Mis3 Johnson has outlined her courses to fit the needs of her students. There is swimming for those who arc aquatic and tennis for those who love the out-of-doors. The number registered for the ten- nis classes for the girls exceeds forty-five. Registered for the ba'dmlnton classes arc both men and women. The classes have increased slightly since last year. These students find the game both interesting and dif- ficult. In the girls' seasonal sports many participants arc registered. Their total reaches over one hundred stu- dents. This is one of the largest and finest classes introduced to the women students. For the women who prefer the more delicate sports there are the folk g...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 23 September 1944

If s" 1 fi t ' r. Pxr 4 THE H'BU BRAND September 43 1944 m M- th rM ? V V7 a r. r9w" wr Summer Wedding Bells Ring For Hardin -Simmons Students Exes Vows Are Taken by Three In First Week of School Wedding bolls and war-time seemed to strike n happy combina- tion this summer as evidenced by the number of Hardin-Slmmons exes who were married during the vacation months. Dorothea Marie Dunlap '43 grad- uate to Lt. Warren S. King also an H-SU ex. Mary Frances Spanglcr ex of Abi- lene and Lt. Hoy Jos. Brooks sta- tioned at the Abilene Army Air Base. Frances White of Tuscola and Lt. Guy H. Tomlinson Jr. Marine who is at present somewhere in the South Pacific. Frances has returned to H-SU where she is a senior student. Billyc Louise Scars and Ens. Thomas James Barlow both of Abi- lene were married in Wlnnctka 111. Lola Carpenter became the bride of John V. Alsup aviation radio man 3rd class of Jacksonville Fin. at a ceremony in Baird June 2. The couple both attended H-SU. They arc now living...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 21 October 1944

Hk.Tj-' j " Atominate tUe MHiovUity. 2ueen Ballot in Book Stale Vol $?"X HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY. ABILENE TEXAS OCTOBER 21 1944 No. 6 UNIVERSITY CHURCH IS HOST TO B. S. U. CONVENTION & h " New Tradition Will Be Introduced By Junior Class To initiate n now tradition the junior class will present n fall pro- duction Saturday Nov. 10 which is to be in the form of n negro musical in addition to the annual Junior Jubilee. Tryout dates will be announced in chapel and all university students are asked to participate. pel What with a philosophy test and cotton picking it's a wonder that this issue ever got out. Johnnie Lee Ernestine and Scclig were all pull- thing their hair out Thursday. Friday's chapel program was super. Thanks to tho Student Council for tho treat. Tho stu- dent body was quieter than thoy've been all year. Lack of confidence in us makes us feel as if wo are still in grammar school days. Some of tho teachers hero seem to think that everything wo do is motivated by a ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 21 October 1944

flki V 'r wx" . " 'I r 4 V pi THE H-SU BRAND OrtUit.li 1MI . ;- . ?'- .. - 6rOriC Busting changes r e IF YOU WANT TO BE A CAMPUS NUI- IAK01: Don't enter the bookstore quietly and head f.tho mailboxes cautiously so as to leavo those you have passed standing at least partly so. Draw mustaches and goatees on tho picture of your dorm mates' boy friend. Take up all tho space you can going in tho chapel door. Push shove try to get ahead in line and then gripe after you get in and havo to wait two minutes for the exercises to begin. Make fun' I nf nthnr atudents and vou'll be. Oh. so popu lar! Just 8hovo her harder I If you really want to bo well known to the people living around you loso your temper over just anything and let the man of the evening have it as ho deposites you at tho front door or vice versa let tho girl friend know exactly what's on your mind and that you definitely won't like her best girl friend ever I That'll really get you in good with the feminine crowd I In both cas...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 21 October 1944

'n-v V')Vi t '- p-j l TI j r .trCTM t iiimmmwit nr . - -i . ww; ...-mi 't- 'iji ? .-J. - . " ' r- ' ".. t ' J ' v ? - " -le - '" -" . ( T !" ' v OcteilHlM4; THE H-SU BRAND ' n SPORTS a i fCTVTX HB A r Kti J V mw "Slum - gtjllion By JOHN EARL SEELIG Sports Editoi V Another week another column and nothing to write about. Not having our football team well organized some of our boys from towns close by Journeyed to various places to sec hometown teams In action. Dudley Sledge who was a star on the Stamford Bulldog team last year saw his home team edge the Haskell Indians 7 to 0 last Friday night. Billy Curtis went along not so much for the game but he thought ho might possibly find some cute girls at the game. Have any luck Curtis? Tough luck Hayncs and the Badgers had to lose their first game when you came home. I guess Eldon Moody was pretty happy over the whole affair though. Eldon is from Ballingcr. Rodney Heck and Gene Epplcr went with Jack Hayncs to Merkel to see the Ballingcr Bea...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 21 October 1944

t&mz&Fm 4 V Q Pat 4 H. THE H-BU BRAND October 21 1M4 ? A. i v r XTk. " . fc4" tf. y i.. .' "if.'Aivr. 'T.1 Sjo v V. 1 r " f 1 .. t .?&: W -irJ fer. raj r. . r ft trtx.. " kiZ. L'Fiu 3 f ' h& Kj -eti &- I v ir. VSm -' . A f i.V -. ttti i"-V- 1 7Jt44fUU 9maqU Is There Anything To It? By BILLIE RUTH LONG Dreams arc another of the many things wo all hear and know a lot aboutvet.Ss.any of our Information regarding such substantial grounds for any definite conclusions? Webster defines dreams as being "thoughts or Images experienced in sleep or daytime visions." There has been much discussion of the subject and especially Inter- esting is the fact that some people actually Interpret even the simplest of dreams into some big meaning. They pattern their dally lives as well as their actions in the future by what they have dreamed the night before. It is their belief that David's interpretation of dreams in the Bible and also Jacob's dreams were something like dreams and vi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 13 January 1945

v : miiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii Qood Jluck on Ctcaml iiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiimiii Vol. XXIX HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY. ABILENE TEXAS JANUARY 13 1945 No. 14 ''!-. - J Helen Jepson Houston Symphony Exams! I Everybody's getting that eager look faces arc flushed with happiness everybody has dates and nobody worries abou lotions urnirranhg pan ana mantes to Mrs. Clayton Wells for her plan- ning. This Is the lost issue this semes tor to good luck guys and gals on your exams. EDITOR. Council Auxiliary Open 1945 Session By Warren Hultgren The Ministerial Council and Aux- iliary met in joint session with the prayer meeting of the First Bap- tist Church Thursday evening Jan. 4 at 7:30. A quartet composed of Asa Couch John Petry Elof Nor- bcrg and Johnny McLaughlin sang a very appropriate number in keep- ing with the evening's theme. The song was followed by two stirring and challenging messages delivered by H. T. Pendley and A. B. Light- foot relative to the Crusade for Souls among South B...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 13 January 1945

atPF' K?"SU. nL Pag 2 THE H-SU BRAND January 13 194S msw rt I r?t t. brOTIC bustinq changes WHO IS COMMANDING the Allied forces In Europe? Which American Army rallied nfter being pushed bnck in the nll-out Gerinim offensive J Which American Army recently landed on Luzon and who commands it T It wouldn't be stretching it any to say that not more than 50 per cent of the students here in II-SU know the answers to these questions. Yet news of such importance should be known by all students of college ago ... for thy are tho leaders of tomorrow. What would a world in the future be like where those running it didn't know what happened in 1944 and '45. People go to college to widen their field of knowledge . . . but won't it be narrowed if students become interested only in things at their fingertips and lose sight of the news . . . especially when that news will decide the fu- ture of the world. And how many students have read a book in tho past month "on their own hook?" The number is su...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 13 January 1945

N. January 13. 1845 THE H-SU BRAND 8 SPORTS $2L t SLUM - GULLION By JOHN EAHL SEELIG Sports Editor It seems to be that Ralph Hardy has improved mpre than any othci member of the Cowboy basketball squad this year. He's fast a good dribbler steady and long-wlndcd just an all-around basketball player and quite an asset to the Cowboy quintet. He's a regular fellow well worth knowing. Here's to you Ralph keep up the good work!! How would you have enjoyed coming back on the 27th of December from the Christmas holidays to work out twice daily for baskctball7 Well that is exactly what Ralph Hardy Billio Soroll Wilson Ross Rodney Hock Glenn Richardson Charles Baker Max Wright Horbort Smallwood Garland Flndloy Glonnls Costin and Marty Kcotcr did. Three other members of the squad who came back on the 4th of Jan- uory and went to one or two work- outs after the boys had returned ' from their four-day tour got to play . "right off the bat" against New Mcx- Iro A. M whllo ihnco hn . rificcd belnc...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 13 January 1945

.... i... liWP IT N T ' t-V ' " g )(- -rTOjtw-i tr -. " . 2 Wt l Bj-V. Jw.'fc'- F(et THE H-f U BRAND January 13 IMS n : y ifj . IS J o MS- w ; . P --v HSU Students Marry in December Ceremonies Seefeldt Wimberly Vows Take Campus Spotlight In a double ring candlelight ceremony Miss Freda Wimberly daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. W. Grady Wimberly of Sllvcrton and Lt. Harold C. Seefeldt Jr. USMCR son of Rev. and Mrs. H. C. Seefeldt of Paris Ark. were married at 10 o'clock Dec. 21 at the University Baptist church. The marriage vows were read by Rev. H. C. Seefeldt father of the bridegroom. The altar was decorated with baskets of white mums and with candelabra. Mrs. R. E. Kuykcndall organist played the Wedding March from Lohengrin by Wagner and Recessional by Mendelssohn. Ruth Elaine West of Dallas who wore n dress of pink taffeta sang I'll Walk Beside You (Lockton-Murray) and I Love You Truly (Jacobs-Bond). Miss Vcrnolle Seefeldt sister of the bridegroom was maid of honor. She wore a blue taf...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 10 February 1945

-r--x . T Hilllllllilllllllllllllllllllllllil O l.-::!;:.-::!:;:;!.;..:::.::!::-!.:-'-'' ''-': Valentine. Patty Monday ftialtt Gonabatulatianl fieautif and Beait IMIIIIIIIIllllllllllllllllllllllljlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllN Vol. XXIX HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE. TEXAS FEBRUARY 10. 1945 No. 17 T1 H BHhHH w-rHf JK"x B HUp 'Lfll "; BaTpI B e r&r ht A lJU-- M JL JPHtzzUm -CmaiI -Jsr ff ifa Joyce Canon Claude Allen -te.a Jb Kappa Announces New Members for '45 Campus Music List of Twenty With a final vote of Beta Mu Kappa members at a special after-' chapel meeting on Friday the following students were accepted as new I members of the club: Lucllo Ballongor Geraldlno Wallace Virginia Wll-' banks Jano Dyer Holon Joan Bond Betty Daniel Ann Talbott Fayo Byrd Botty Rico John Potry Martha Daniel Sherry Pechacok Nova Ruth Morrow JoySuo Self Nalda Lowry Janio Suo Jonos Gwcn Tun- noil Robocca Boltran Asa Couch Dortha Huffakor Lola Fonvlllc Won- doll Willis Mao Loo Moore Jo No...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 10 February 1945

g. THE H-SU BRAND February !' 1MI IJ' u' .-. tf- . .' i : -. rJf .V w H - r" .v Al ?- v V'- -v .;. i t. m$vk 3fc & " Jfel k't to -t se-'- M 'k ' BrOTlC busting Changes If KOTTHHO liko -being a good sport. That is what wo need more of on this eanpus. The students faculty and general public is not supporting the basketball team that has been so loyal all season. These boys have sacrificed a lot. It is disappointing to go to a gamo and find that you are practically sitting on the bleachers by yourself. Of course there is the loyal group that comes to every game but it takes a lot of backing to make the boys know that they have something for which to win tho amc. If the boys can give up their holidays two or three hours a day to practice basketball can't you at least give them an hour of .your attention on the nights when they havo games t Just because they lost several games at the first of the season is no reason that they cannot win now. iWo have a swell team and thsy need studen...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 10 February 1945

February 10 IMS THE H-SU BRAND SPORTS &S&L & i. "i k & H 1 HAD SLUM - GULLION By JOHN EARL SEEMG Sports Editor Our basketball boys were really "on the ball" last Thursday and Friday nights when we played the Air Base and Camp Harkcley. Nearly every shot hit the basket. The gnme at Camp was the quietest gamo the boys ever played there were about eight people in the audience. . . . Too bad not more witnessed this splendid exhibition! Out nt the Air Base there were quite a few soldiers and our Cowgirls that helped quite a bit of course the trip back was n real morale builder; just ask any of the boys. Setzer one of the GIs who refcrced the game Tuesday night is the star of the 1845th Service Detachment ASFTC quintet account- ing for eight field goals and 1G points in the game on Feb. 1 at Camp. He goes on bivouac Monday and then he will be transferred to some other camp. He has made many friends on the campus and wc all hate to sec him leave. . . . Ooo d luck to you! Lt...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 10 February 1945

Pat 4 THE H-SU BRAND February 10 IMS Eh Ik !r M ' If Dissecting Hearts On St. Valentine's By JOHNNIE LEE WORD You may attribute it to the fact that Valentino's Day is just around the corner ... or to the spring wea- ther that we have been having . . . but there's an awful lot of romance in the air these days. From the birds who run Dr. Watts' chem lec- tures stiff competition on up. And hearts are Just the thing for in- stance the biology classes spend their lecture periods learning all about the circulatory system and that little item included that runs things. It might bo interesting if they spent their lab periods dissect- ing a few of the hearts around the campus. Just IF . . . but . . . IF here Is a guess on what we'd find. If our first victim were Darnell Gibbs we'd probably find no you're wrong not a convertible but a little Ford with a fancy horn . . . and the guy that chauffeurs it around. And when we opened Grace Crump's heart we might pull out a fiddle . . . or even a who...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 24 March 1945

Game Out 4?04 and Jtapfuf Jlaliaayl HMMMilMMlWIimiliillllllillllilllll iiiiiiiiiiimiii liiiiiliiiiiii Vol. XXIX HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY AllILHNi: TEXAS MAKCII 21 1915 No. 23 SI 'PcSaf " m B 168 I Mfl 1M H I n sjefjMoL " ' ' Hi By JOHNNIE Easter time is almost hero again . to most of us the mam thing about Easter is the fact that we get holidays. We can leave the rabbits' and eggs to little brother or sis. Also of importance is that new Easter j bonnet ... in spite of the war women still manage to rake up enough stuff to fix those atiocities called hats My observation is that this ycai's styles will top 'em all. But after all . . the thrill lies not in getting a hat to make you pretty . . . but in getting the most awful hat possible and then making It look pretty good! Wo won't any of us bo forgetting that tho important thing about Easter is that it commemorates the rosurrocion of Him who came to bring tho peace that wo arc now seeking so earnestly. Any number of customs have grown...

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