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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 24 March 1945

""W -f .t . I THE H-BU BRAND March 24 1945 1 Bronc busting W V?. Iff' &'&. "TO BK 0 MOT TO BE" was a question before Hamlet was confronted with it and has been in all times since a very common ques- tion. It is a question that each of us must apply to situations frequently. Not only in individual lives is this true but with groups organizations and institutions. A current sit- uation for Ilardin-Simmons University is whe- ther tho book store is "to be or not to be" opened in the evenings. This is not an easy problem to decide because neither situation will be entirely satisfactory. However as I sec it the scales are decidedly unbalanced when the facta are placed on each side. I am laying some on the negative side and believe the scales will rest at a 45( degree angle with the ground when the positive side is on the other -end. Although I doubt that tho bookstore could break even financially I leave that out of my argument becauso the school should be will- ing to furnish the...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 24 March 1945

1 March 24 1945 THE HSU BRAND" Pfl.t SPORTS j 4 -j JL V 15 &mSSt' 3Kja K' SLUM - GULLION By JOHN EARL SEELIG ' Sports Editor With Spring everyone seems to want to get out In the sun WILSON ROSS seems to have acquired the best ton on the campus It Is really n "beaut." ELAINE DAVIS MARGARETTE SUMERLIN DOROTHY HAYNES SUE STANDLEE TOPPY ECHOLS & Co. have been taking In all tha Vitamin D they could since Spring sprung? Wonder whether FRANCES EVANS has her tan yet she had the most perfect tan on the campus last summer. CHARLES BAKER you'd -better start now If you want to keep up with her. Playing tennis the way you two do won't help your tan or playing ability. Smith hall girls aren't doing too bad cither J. LEE WORD JOYCE CANON & Co. seem to have a priority! Town girls are at a definite ad- vantage as far as sun baths are concerned! Stato Park was qulto an in- teresting place this past weok for several of tho locals. Hik- ing wading picnicking etel Swimming this early? Yes an...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 24 March 1945

4 THfe H-SU BRAND March 24 1945 . P"" i I r Constitution of the Student Assembly Concluded ARTICLE VI Sec. 1. There shall be three Yell Leaders. They shall be se- lected in the Bame manner as the student members of the Intramural Council. The Yell Leader elected from the senior class who shall hold place one shall automatically become Head Yell Leader. ARTICLE VII f Sec. 1. The Constitution of the Student Assembly shall be amended in the following manner. A petition containing tho signa- tures of fifty students and a statement of the desired amendment shall be announced by the President of the Student Assembly. (Revised April 21. 1943). Sec. 2. Tho proposed amendment shall be referred to a com- mittee on Constitutional amendments to be composed of the Presi- dent of the Student Assembly the Secretary and the Dean of Stu- dents. Sec. 3. The committee on Constitutional amendments shall pub- lish the proposed amendment once in the Hardin-Simmons Brand before it is presented to the stud...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 7 April 1945

:$' SofduHft&ie CdiUan SofJiOMOto ditioH mmmmmmBmmmmmmmmmmmmm ;;i;iii;;:illJ;;;:r::i ' 'liLJ5i ... "i Vol. XXIX HARDIN.SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXAS APRIL 7 194S No. 24 DR. RUPERT N. RICHARDSON IS ELECTED H-SU PRESIDENT YWA Houseparty Held We're offl It's the last lap of the rhetoric race and everyone has come back from the Easter holiday re- freshed and eager to tackle ye oldc studios. Well everyone has come back. Seems as though everyone had a gay time during our brief va- cation. Some lucky girls re- ceived pretty posies from HIM while others acquired additions to their family of stuffed animal friends. Most popular of course were tho pastel plush bunnies with their pert pink ears and pleading eyes. Each of us received a letter from Mary Ncsbltt Shaw recently encour- aging us to think breathe and talk Hardin-Simmons University to our friends. Let's go one better and write H-SU on our letter head sta- tionery. There are scads of different colors and sizes in the bookstore. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 7 April 1945

nr v'-ry vn i . r THXH-SVMAlfD April 7 IMS "HF?aL. . V H: ' w ' . " &- r ! rOTlC Bustinq Changes - f i lBI iWlil bmMU r 'Umi il . v.- ITUDBHT 1LI0TI0NI arc coming up and few things ought to be in the minds of every student. First is take part in the elections. They're going to be your officers thcy'ro go- ing to have control of the Student Council so Voice your opinions and vote! Second in nominating for the different of fices remember to nominate a person fitted for the job. Don't nominate your best friend just because ho or she i your friend. Nominate somebody who' ean be follow- ed ; somebody Who will work for the better- ment of student conditions on the campus. Third turn out for tho po- litical rally. After all you should want to hear what each candidate has in mind to do if he is elected and besides that it's a lot of fun to attend them. Last after the election is over if your can- didate didn't win bo a good sport about it. Don't go around saying "Tho only reason he got ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 7 April 1945

April 7 1945 THE H-10 BRAND SPORT'S 15 SLUM - GULLION By JOHN EARL 8EELIG Sports Editor i Six men were token from active sports in the past few weeks. They are as follows: Jack Haynes who left for the Army April 5. He par- ticipated in intramural football lettered in basketball and was the hard- hitting left fielder on the present Softball team. Also a ncttcr of high esteem Bill Jones favorite freshman left for the Merchant Marines March 29. He was active in intramural football quarterback on the collegian team and was rapidly developing into one of the best pitchers on the softball squad; John Sherwood an athlete of varied abilities left to serve Uncle Sam April 5. John came out for intramural 'football played center and guard on the collegian team worked out for basketball and was another promlslne pitcher on the softball team; Earl Green a fresh- man from Clyde left for the Army March 25. Earl was a football let- tcrman his senior year in high school and would have been good mate...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 7 April 1945

THX H-iU BRAND April 7 1945 Fate 4 A-h-h-h Holidays!!! By TONIE FLINT Finally thoso long awaited holidays got here and all too soon they're gone. Everyone (no exceptions) had a super-wonderful time eating too much and sleeping late. There is an exception here. Helen Barron got up every morning at G:30. Whyt I was so astounded I forgot to ask. I guess it was quite a relief for Helen to get back to school so she could get some sleep. At any rutc she didn't seem a bit upset. Imagine 6 :30 a.m. 1 Thursday afternoon the campus was in a mad rush. Honking cabs waiting express .trucks and bewildered mothers all stood by while rushing students graouea tnose nisi remaining unngs. ouui remarks as "Oh my shoes 1 I'll have to go back after them." "Won- der what I left that I should have taken?" "Who borrowed my red nlinnat" "Which one of vou uu.VH took my brown pants t" "Say .inn'a lmt io vmi borrowed t" were heard echoing from hall to hall. At long last the cab number wasn't busy the buses werc...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 21 April 1945

LxCffas.iiiiViiwiiiiiiiwayiii frii TTM" V Sdlttt flunian. 'JtjI I 1 HIBHIS QwlHHfll HHittffX. Hn. H .Hr 1n .OHf KH -" '"' HE LED US " Ml HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVEHSITY. ADILENE TEXAS APRIL 21 1945 No. 26 HE'LL CARnY ON h b. .STUDENT POLITICAL RALLY TO BE MAY 1 Chorus Miss Ethel Rader Directs Frances Cooper Assists In a spiing sitiinK the Sihool of Music headed by Denn E Ed win Young pusi-nN the voice pupils' and gnls' choir in their gcneial iccital Sunday Apul 22 at 3'00 p m i M-sj Ethel Radei head of the voice and ensemble depaitment will direct with Frances Mcile Cooper as assistant. Patucia Fisntr. Vnginia Paikhill and Huth Lutter will be at the piano Mm To our beloved seniors who we once regarded as "mean old sophomores" we pass these few suggestions for a successful pa- per next week. Be sure and misspell a word or two in the headline so as to attract atten- tion; put the lead story on the editorial page or near the bot- tom of the front page leaving out the dirt column because tho ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 21 April 1945

ir!J. yt . . JL A s . JW l M THE H-SU BRAND i April ai 1S4S V j- ' " r.t J I 5 r J & I I. i;- Bronc busting Changes : ARE OUR TIMES niul this is our world 1 JAU lhe way through college pcoplo havo bceh telling me-j-aloug with umpty other partially or totally disinterested so-called stu- dents that tho fato of tomorrow's world rests largely on today's collcgo generation. .Wo don't have to look twice to sec that tho generation just a hop skip and a jump ahead of us slipped a cog in tho works someplace. Ours has been a world filled with rumors of war and war. Most of our fathers fought in tho first war wo arc fighting this one. But that is obvious the bush I'm beating around is this wo all spend a lot of our time knocking ourselves out doing something about tho war effort if it's not any more than build- ing up morale. And here's something to add to our list if . wo aren't thoroughly acquainted with what's taking place out in Frisco on April 25. The force of attention in preparatio...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 21 April 1945

V ". r ( - -tt April 21 1MB THG H-BU BRAND "& SPORTS MITH NAMED TENNIS CHAMPION IN CLASS "A" SINGLES v. tuw li . X t Wmf agr-- : J5 V SL?V" " i--"Hi- 9 N1 Jit i flB ft r 1' M 'wP SLUM - GULLION By WILSON ROSS Our ImtH off to Mi-lvin .Smith for winning the Class A tounm incut. I would also like to congratulate Temple Lewis for the swell game lie played Friday afternoon in our final match. He was a real Rpon. We Wish to ivn-iiu mir lliimbo Af ...!. n .. r soring sucn a swell tournament. It was certainly enjoyed by everyone. It helps greatly to have such activi- ties in the school and we wish we had more of them. It not only helps to create a little active cooperation among the students but also helps lo develop good spoitsmanship con- duct. We are anxiously waiting for the swimming pool to open up. The time for the opening had been de- layed in order that the pool might be painted. The date for opening has been set for Monday April 23. Wo certainly hope the time will not be change...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 21 April 1945

a ir r ' 3i : TLA V . V ' rv t " V '''ifSft" A d i 4 THE H-SU BRAND h April 21 1945 ..-tpr j? v . "j m ? K h-. vfi i$ o i : M. R ' !W L -W ft r r Jit J H-SU Dean Pays Tribute To Our Past By W. A. STEPHENSON The greatest enemy of Hitler Mussolini and of Hirohlto is dead. Franklin Delano Roosevelt our in- comparable leader died at His sum- mer home in Warm Springs Ga. April 12. Mrs. Roosevelt and Anna were In Washington and the four sons of the Picsident were all far away at their posts in the service of our country.. When Mrs. Roosevelt was in- formed of the death of the President she said: "I am more sorry for the people of the country and of the world than for ourselves." It is true the people of the world have lost their great champion. The whole world is shocked and grieved be- cause of the death of the great cham- pion of liberty and of democracy but the fate of the enemies of liber- ty and democracy and of all peace loving people Is in no way affected by the death of President ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 5 May 1945

wr .r L.'v.'j gWliv f "A. iw 'VI 0St . i iKi - J h5: m - ' : nun I. S ' J phfuvfd StcamA Soon n-ik It . -ts&?- m -!$ tttnv S''i VpI XXIX HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXAS MAY 5 1945 No. 28 f t ROSS IS STUDENT PRESIDENT ?" H -:M3;-?S'5 'JV ' v - . PS rTlJ l r """ "Hkem eTiei""M esiiCeBTeiM eeVS ekrspiBSBeV-BeM keV H -ke- ""ovtBievD 5rw WILSON riHi F- - '.'-:. rtVt! "'L O.V.1." & l PV IP1 M. ; JlL2l V j j . ;; r ir Cowgirls Elect President Is By Maryella Rathmell Minnie Alice Mnyfiold of Abilene was Introduced as the 1045-40 presi- dent at the untutal Cowgirl bnnquct held in the Blue room of the Hotel Windsor Thursday night. Other officers elected were Mary Nell Westmoreland vice-president; Wanda Lowry Clinton secretary; Peggy Dyer treasurer; and Dorothy Hayncs reporter. Congratulations to class staffs. All four editions were tops . . . winners will be announced next week. During the past four weeks this statement has been made several times "I wouldn't have this job for...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 5 May 1945

.''r t ' .V (J TETvic? 5-.-"VT -". - -.-'' ji ..- &t:T. ?l!K it flrtx. v. ' ' . '"' V W KM irm-'-i': vu ? ... "M'W 1 U R- $ 'y-. Yrc-: I ltte J " ... J . . . I l i brpriC busting 'Exchanges !f$L .i3 xt. to '. & ITH TMT1L10TI0N of the Student Council is -nowXrtP$wd the results nro known. Wo of- fer our "congratulations to each of those elected and wo sincerely .hope Mat they will lead this student body In one of its most successful years. This is just a reminder to those elected that in order to have a successful year you must know the student's needs the student's opinion and the student's wants. You'll have to be able to Btand between the students and the faculty ; you'll have to try to get the faculty to see the student's viewpoint AND try to get the stu- dents to see the faculty's viewpoint. You're going to have to lead in the spirit of the school and keep that spirit going all the year around. You'll have to make the new students feel welcomed and you're going to have to...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 5 May 1945

'"; t if V" - Jif-W t It- i 7 :h& Hh n ! i 1: . '- f. Mr tn - THE H-BU BrlAJtD .fr-. PORTS $iW -.A.'- lw-f .V " A liiSl Hfr JSef '; VwKmlm lH If JF sssss?rBMIVH !" - 'IsiH 1 i I r sksr ii IftM J " staki ar to I' "w'i- m w ! ' ?&. &.. tf'Sfc- iiv" '.iJr' TT vz jar i .V k-. i." 1"V..' n ar NIS U'JMWM JOHN EARL SEELIG Sports Editor vs r weeks without n sports page to write I guess I'm rather not in too much of a mood ? . irsi oi an i want 10 innnK all four class Sports Editors for the work they did and then I want to commend them for their good pages. I don't know VJicli page should be labeled best because they were all gottdso hats off to Charles Baker freshman Garland Findley sophomore Wilson Ross junior and Hollls Lloyd senior. - . f- I do thirfc that till this talk and stuff about boys wearing no shirts is a lot of unnecessary convervation. In the first place this is the first year in the three tha't I have been here that anything has ever been said about shirts. I thou...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 5 May 1945

Jej r; 'M?injrrKij & v $$ itV- ? 5 v V M ' ( :sl LVmSL "j aw - tU H H . W L- if rf& Fat 4 '. ZT-SU Exes Overseas Write Back to 'fmjfflfcns "Tell the gang hello" is one phrase that is nearly always included in letters Jo the campus from H-SU servicemen. Here's some news from the fellows "over there." From Pfc. Billy Cothron: ". . . . I've managed to see quite a bit of Europe already; really more than I cared to I can assure you. France Luxembourg and now pret- ty deep into Germany; cast of the Rhine. I'll never forget the crossing of that great barrier which was Hit- ler's "Watch on the Rhine." I be- lieve he was watching it too because it was pretty rough and I hope I never have to cross another river defended like it was. We were lucky because my battalion was in reserve and wc didn't have to cross it first. They sent machine gun fire 20 mm. ack-ack and 88 artillery fire as thick as it could possibly be over us while crossing in assault boats. Another pretty rough obstacle ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 19 May 1945

in i I iiiiiiili GbuyuUulaUoU Clou of y45 (food Jluck Nl J VoL XXIX HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXAS MAY 19 1945 No. 29 i uiiiMi. vmsssBasBUA.. I' r a -'o.-iw' 69SeniorsReceiveDegreesln53rdCommencement Three Degrees Absentia; Six Masters To Be Awarded Sixty.-ninc persons will receive degrees and provisional degrees of bachelor of arts bachelor of science and bachelor of music three will bo awarded degrees absentia and six are to be awarded master of arts de- grees In commencement exercises at 10 a.m. May 28 in Behrens chapel of Hardin-Simmons University. Master degrees will be awarded Mary Ruth Baggett Hugh J. Boggs W. Terrell Graves Naomi Hatlon Kincald John Paul Rudd nnd Guy A. Scruggs. Now comes the time to sit down to the typewriter for the last time to write any items for the Hardin-Slm-mons Brand . . . unless of course Eppler will let me bo a member of his staff . . . even if not a student of H-SU. I'm still griping about "no copy" but get an immense satisfaction out of...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 19 May 1945

'ji- v u Fil THE H-SU BRAND May 19 1945 S' i r h- I ' K h t w: "4 Xfrt it t. sV- i- V ta.alg ri! - .tt-i' V Bronc busting 'Ganges IT 80RT OP SLIPS UP ON YOU. Oho day you arc a green mut very enthusiastic freshman trying to learn everything nt once nnd feeling smugly that you nrc really catching on quito rapidly until some upperelassmnu chances to lower your opinion of yourself some few de- grees. Then you're a sophomore more mature you think and already laughing at the hideous blunders you mode the year before. You aro quite a smooth one now and able to take care of yourself in all situations and becoming rather bored with the prosaic life of the cam- pus. Junior year finds you beginning to see that there arc a few minor details in the vast knowl- edge store of the universe that you haven't mastered yet and the little you have had of advanced courses causes you to wonder and seek to learn more. Things fly by the last year; it's nice to say "I'm a senior" and people look at you with ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 19 May 1945

- Vl May 19 1945 THE H-SU BRAND Patt FRESHMEN TAKE TOP HONORS IN ANNUAL CLASS EDITIONS Treasure Island Setting For Junior-Senior Banquet Headlining Hnrdln-Simmons University's annual pro-commencement Junior-Senior banquet was introduction of Glcnls Costln of Abilene as 1045-46 senior class president. Other officers announced were John Earl Seellg Fredericksburg vice- president; Virginia Garrett Eastland secretary; Gayle Kceter Throck- morton treasurer; Ruth Elaine West Dallas social chairman; and Bcttic Drown Abilene reporter. The theme of the dinner was Trea- sure Island with treasure chests pi- rate's flag lighted candles and u parrot decorating the Hotel Windsor ballroom. The Invocation was given by Pro- fessor J. E. Burnam -senior class sponsor followed by the welcome by John Earl Seelig junior class presi- dent. Ethel Rader head of the H-SU voice department sang two num- bers accompanied by E. Edwin Young dean of the school of music. Cpl. Hubbard Ford of the Abilene Army Air Fi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 19 May 1945

Page 4 -1 THE H-SU BRAND May 19. 1945 SLUM - GULLION : JOHN EARL Sports Editor This is probably the last Slum-Gulllon I will ever write. It's been fun even though I have been criticized and I got a haircut as a result of one. 1 probably said a lot of things that might not have been necessary but nevertheless I wrote them and I don't think 1 have any regrets. V-E Day made the score two down one to go. . . . Let's hope and pray that the touchdown Is not too far away! And that within another year our campus will again be cluttered with "he-men" football players track men baseball .players basketball stars etc. Days of pep rallies bonfires snako dances football games traditional rivalries freshman painting the streets the night before games tho Cowboy Band six whlto horses Cowgirls and their ropes betweon half per- formances raising the freshman flag homo-coming games with barbequcs and all tho oxes that used to be our classmates boys in Ferguson and hundreds of other occasions aro on t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 17 November 1945

vmBr w Vol. XXX No. 8 CT ' 4. t.-aifcy ?? mA. - H-SU. ABILENE TEXAS NOVEMBER 17 1945 . I imht&''T Mw 'n' ' i1 bssssssssssssssssssssssssssF v fm V H IF m lfvA&J&0wlMEr3RllV ssssssssssssr t lBV ssssssssssPraL 'K LH BSSSSSSSSSSSmJPs- VjHnHMIHiflB fi jHp HrBSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSftJ'BSSSSSSsi iBB tSssssssssssssssssssssssssF' "'J'bsssssssssssssssssssssssss' "f BSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSslBSStbSSSSSStwvi W JB C3 IK IBKlSSSSSsKv VrX !: . ivBssssssssssssssssssssssssssm lBssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssBssssFBtt ? ife! bsubsssssssssssssssssssssB H BSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSslBSSlSSSSSSSSSSSSBr w;.t'i$'fC?tfc ??k3.BSSlHBSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSsl ' BBBMbssBSSSSSbBMP'W ?i-V'i wQBSssssssssssssssssi ISSV 'ite. .. Bsssssssssssssssssssssssssssssss ' 8gi&fe;' S''tbS' 'tSK' B bms!? H'&tHPw 'SnJ M; ssssssssssssssssssB Pictured above left to right: Wendoll Garrett U'Nita Rogers Martha Pender arid Gene Eppler who will play tho principal leads in "Green Grow the Lilacs" Monday and Tuesday nights. H-...

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