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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 17 November 1945

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Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 17 November 1945

cTfPppffiFvr7 Vf MWiiBP.fyIrM.'' ' r" " L ii'ir -.- '-.-- wa - ' i a. jt . 41 .'41 s foyambar 17. IMS THE H-SU BRAND Paa 3 WIRIPISPPJ i-4 t x ; t - Jf. F r . a 'iNi ' .1 pHi lights from V By MELVIN SMITH ; Baylor Is still up to their old habits of making it very stiff for all opponents. They wore slightly edged last week in the 2114 victory by the' Texas Longhorns. Baylor has with few oxceptloiu an entire froth- men team. WMt until they get tome experience. ' Odessa and Anson gained the district 3AA and 11A titles this week with similar scores of 13-12. Both winners meet foes in the bl-dlstrlct playoffs. In the Texos school boy football this week only fivo teams hold perfect records. Those remaining in the select choico arot Odessa. Paris. Lufkin Milby (Houston) and Brownsville. If everyone could enjoy riding riding class would certainly be full. Some of the future tennis talent Grady Allison Lucllo Ballenger Jan BUI Sorell lanky first string cen- ter of last year may have to leave ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 17 November 1945

fi' A.' V7 " . ' - ". " rTlflJT ' -J . VH 1 IT ' n'rt"7J K avr. .t v;f Psfft 4 THE H-SU BRAND Movsmbsr -- zm L.Al :&- . "Angel Street" Named For London Street in Slum Area "Angel Street" one of the most famous stage productions is to be presented at H-SU Nov. 27 at 8:15. It is the fourth ArtlstsCourse number. Named after a street in London "Angel Street" fs anything but a haven for winged saints. It is a street located in the Plmllco district of the London of 1880 and is a tale of a criminal husband who in trying to drive his wife insane finds the threads of his web closing in on Himself. The play has been described as one of the most unusual psychologl cal thrillers of our time. "Angel Street" starring Viola Keats Brent Sargent John Adair and others was sold by Walter Win- chell to be the biggest dramatic hit to play In New York. It opened quietly in New York with no ad- vance fanfare was unanimously hailed by the critics and developed overnight into the town's biggest dramatic...

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

""Ofi STUDENTS ENDOWMENT CAMPAIGN TO START TUESDAY &&vsL i 'ftjMffKfaylf rMEfil Vol. XXX No. 9 C ' -- . WflW MJlVV'-' J H.SU ABILENE TEXAS DECEMBER 1. 194S jiAijiJ!dSg AnWJWaK.hj-- ... This coming week will sec the opening nnd closing of tho Greater Hardin-SImmons Development Campaign on the campus It is to be an intensive campaign lasting only three days starting Wednesday and closing on Friday. During these three days each student will be per- sonally contacted by one of the workers either for a cash gift or a pledge. If it be a gift the amount should range from $1 to $50000; if you choose to make n pledge it can bo paid over a two-year period. The extended tlnic on the pledges is to enable the student to make a larger contribution. !' The campus campaign is under tho leadership directed and managed by students. John Earl Sccllg is the campus leader with divisional leaders captains and workers as both directors and managers. Gene Eppler publicity chairman has announced the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 1 December 1945

a THE H-SU BRAND December 1. 1945 '5r J t !ir .Editorials Exchanges Student Quota $20000 founding Up South rnaires Passed This On Wo are now on tho threshold of that new world of tomorrow and arc about to lay down all ourVcapons of war But let us hold onto at least one of those weapons the most pow- crful;..wcaDont the. world will ever know a weapon ijso powerful that in less than four yqarswb1 wbre able to produce the greatest army navy and air force in world's liistory. When wo 'were attacked wo forgot about our petty bickerings and name callings in political and social life and as brothers we joined hands and shoulder to shoulder wo worked and fought and as a result this weapon brought ns tho victory. I want to urge you to forge that weajion and use it use it as our boys used it overseas in defense of America and democracy. That weapon is Unity yes unity is a weapon of peace as well as of war and it is a living things for it lives in tho hearts and minds of one hundred and thirty...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 1 December 1945

THE H-SU BHAMD 9t H-SU Cowboys Schedule Grid Games For 1946 December 1 1645 Today: Army-Navy Clash For National Championship Time Is drawing near when the football game of the year is to be played. More than 100000 will jam Municipal Stadium In Philadelphia on Saturday to watch this first peacetime renewal of the nation's service classic n traditional affair that this year pits two undefeated teams against each other with the mythical national championship at stake The meeting between Army's terrific Cadets unbeaten and untied in 17 straight games and Navy's unbeaten but tied aggregation has aroused such tremendous interest that President Truman has announced he intends to be on hand. This automatically will bring out cabinet members most of Washington's diplomatic corps and all high ranking admirals and generals Army sparked by All-Americans Glenn Davis and Doc Dlanchard and the Middles who have improved steadily since the season opened iwn Idle as most oRJKie .country s conference...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 1 December 1945

w P4 THE H-SU BRAND Dcmbr 1. 1945 r" Reviewing Sidelights From Band Trip BY BETTIE BROWN Have you been wondering what all that commotion was early Thurs- day mornin' Nov. 10? Well it was the University Band getting ready to leave on its first tour of the year. "There was a little trouble at first or everyone wanted to ride on the good bus. It was finally decided though that everyone would change buses tho next day so that problem was settled for the time being. The Take Off At. last we were on our way- seven minutes 25 seconds 13 ticks 12 tocks 57 vibrations and 13 quivers late. . . . Three good freshmen Don Mc- Clurc Sam Houston and Henry Mohr snt on the floor. . . . Bill Parish- who was riding on tho Life Service Band bus prac- tically fractured his skull on the lug- gage rack every time we hit a dip on Hickory street . . . Curtis Kidwell and Sam Houston kept mispronouncing Miss Culpep- per's name. They were calling her Miss Cuddlepcpper. It was too bad about "Ma" Gar- rett arid C...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 8 December 1945

Student Campaign Pledging Increasing Slightly Total Predicted to Exceed $21000 By Tuesday Vol. XXX No. 10 dZTl- 'iswK S H-SU ABILENE. TEXAS DECEMBER 8. 1945 HHEHIHHIHHfllHflHIHflHfllfllHlfl!!2 Alpha Psi Announces Fall Pledging to Start Monday Six now pledges for the Alpha Psi Omega national dramatic fra- ternity were announced at the Thursday night Players Club meet- ing. Regular fall pledging will be- gin Monday morning stated Miss Katharine Boyd sponsor. New pledges include Richard and Robert O'Brien Evelyn Driggers Dorothy Estep Wcndoll Garrett and Mickey Matncy. Pledges were chosen on the basis of number of points turned in and were calculated at a special meeting Thursday night. Pledging will last one week and pledges will be required to dress three days. Boy prospective mem- bers completed enough work on the fall production to meet requirements with points from previous plays. Girls also completed required points on fall production. Points are based on amount and quality of wo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 8 December 1945

r"MP5 1 'J ' . V THE H-SU BRAND December I IMS - i & .f K tv 'A. ft" tv B. t1 x ' fi"& KT 7 U jL & r. ' r ' AV t $: t'-y ' 15 .. r PI. JnV- te 4. .- AV I "' f' '' ' v . H iV ; . 1 V 'S editorials rot Pttpli Art HumMe Ptoplt It is indeed a great honor to be elected to a place of leadership on the campus. It is some thing to bo proud of to be elected by your fellow students as the president of your class. Be proud students but at the same time hum- ble. Some students seem to havo the idea that if I am elected to some place of leader- ship or given an honor I am a king on a throne or some one to be handled with care. Ono of the most common cases of this is found among the beauties and favorites on the campus. Just because you are elected you are elected favorite of your class or a beauty on t c enmpus doesn't mean you are tho most gorgeous creature that ever walked; for chances arc if you will look about you you'll find others just as pretty as you. So beauties favorites pr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 8 December 1945

"-1'Z- K . btnrnltor 8 1945 THE H-SU BRAND " pnMtMniintmt.tnnM.nlt.t...Mm.t....tWMttMtwttlttttMlt1Mtl Hi -lights from By MELVIN SMITH No. 1 sport of the weok It Dave Ryan former H-SU football star who returned to tho campus this week in order to resume work on his degree. Dare left us this fall to try professional football and from all indications has done a swell job. He led the National Football League in punt returns haying taken 15 kicks 220 yards an average of 14.7 yards. The No. 2 slot goes to Camp Wilson another of our former football greats. Wilson will bo playing in his fourth straight bowl game on Jan. 1 when the Tulsa Hurricanes meet Georgia in the Oil Bowl in Houston. This is quite a feat because many players think that one bowl game is practically unobtainable. A prospect that looms brightly on tho horizon Is that of competition in minor sports along with field and track meets this spring. Tennis and golf are to be the main features. So let's start now toward really get...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 8 December 1945

THE H-SU BRAND Dtcambtr t IMS Pift 4 No "Cuts" 87 Students Have Perfect Attendance Eighty-seven students Including student nurses had perfect attend- ance records for classes and chapel at mid-semester Dean W. A. Ste- phenson announced today. Those with no class or chapel absences are as follows: Jennie Paulino Armstrong Ear- lcne Arnold William Travis Bar- nett Helen Louise Bateman Bonnie LaRue Black Betty Louise Blake- more Violet Lcnoro Brown Gail Burgess Volma Lee Burkctt Nclll Burnett Mary Calloway Annie Viola Champion Marylee Clements Ches- ter W. Clemmons James Oren Con- nel Ruth Ann Cowart LaVcrne Tula Covey Bernice Davidson Ellouise Dodson Martha Loneta Donaldson James L. Dosscy Ruby Mario Ed- wards Margie Nell Fcathcrston and Robert G. Feathcrston. Sam Ross Flnley Joann Freeman H. L. Futch Jr. Lucy Vivian Gen- try Tommle Sue Glass Mrs. Howard E. Golden Mrs. Frank Grimes Wil- lie Mae Hancock Mary JoAnn Hens- lee Gaylia Wray Hllburn Ursene Dolores Janck Carollta Jones Jes- s...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 18 December 1945

-l ""111 wiiui 4T MERCURY REACHES PEAK IN CAMPUS DRIVE WPi 'Pre" T- .nliHiiniiwli oiWi iili iiiwiw ilwm ' i liiMMMMlS " C Jn.v kj I'eF l L Fk aKB aWtWaW aw A r lawB salV 3 m:i J. if BttuAlI " --- --"''jIBBpJnjSiKitvVs';'. V f Vol. XXX No. II gT"" ;' 'WWWWE( f H-SU. ABILENE. TEXAS. DECEMBER 18 194S ji m WmwmwMmmk WmWmW k The word Christmas brings forth many varied pictures and emotions. A picture of all our minds when Christmas Is mentioned would look very much like one of the modern paintings everyone talks about and no one seems to understand. The picture of Christmas would Include every so many scenes. For each of us the picture would be dif- ferent would include different vi- sions and different arrangements of the same visions. And surely all of us would Include in our Christmas connotation the Christ child whose .birth .the approaching season repre- sents. -Whatever else Christmas may bring to mind its true meaning is that 1945 years ago there was born into this world a Savior ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 18 December 1945

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 18 December 1945

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 18 December 1945

jafs-sVfMp! MJT" H" IjK .7 m . ft " .K THE I.SUTRAND Pat 9 IHIKfc 1 It? K l I A i-i - . : I'.. i Wr 3C h 4P- hv IK 8& ""V IX l. rjv 1 I m fti ( SBm t-1- -i - - - mi run -i in - ii i" ain in f -yn I Santos Headquarters I hkc BnHfe. tl HfedT bbbbbbbbbP. jHBbp bKb 8HH bWLs1bW. L? r X. JF Wst eU 3fw B. Lw b'sbbbbbbkbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbmibei && HlBE;rife:S sL 5iKifiMMMiMiiNMMmMM" Dear Hot-Foot Please Mad to an up and coming young actor a big Jar of cleanstaf cream and a tub carton bottle (or whatever it comai In) of hair traigntanar. giant slse. Dramatically yours. Woadoll (Charlta Boyer) Garrett. Dear Pink Ears All wc want this Christmas is a rhyming dictionary. Since we al- ways talk in unison we thought if would be novel if we talked in rhyme too. Dually yours Richard nnd Robert O'Brien. Look Wise Guy There's a few things around this joint I want fixed up and I think you are the guy to do it; so when you come to Abilene this year please leave a three inch green rib- bons at eve...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 18 December 1945

(7n7- "-; -TV ' .Jff .' ." .. December IS. 194S THE H-SU BRAND t. ' . - . '" "" fpfrv-TT ' m Ml' B. Comment luf Gltoy Oh GIUm&U By ALICE This is thp first time in eight yenr3 that most Chinese can cele- brate Christmas with their families. Althoufih the gloominess of war Is only partially dispelled many Chi- nese cities must have resumed their former way of celebration. The shops are well decorated and Chris- tian homes are brightly lighted on this occasion. People are busy buying presents setting1 up the tree and decorating the home as Christmas approaches. In the home of the rich the tree with Us ornaments of tiny electric lights and scintillating glass bells and balls is overloaded with gifts for everyone including the servants of the family; and balloons of red green blue and yellow dangle across the celling of the sitting room. The Christmas spirit is back again. The members of a big family gath- er on Christmas ever for dinner at home while young couples go out with their ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 18 December 1945

' If yrtf'"-' 1 T V ( V TMfN-Biy BXAXD Dacamhar II IMS A is"" ?: . .fit" Hi B... 15 ' l" - Hi -lights from Br LEROY Tha Brand sports dltor (?) look a few days off with tha flu thU waak to tha abla aaalttaat aditor (?) takaa orar tha Praaa Box. First I think lt'a only fitting to ramind Mahria Smith of Odaasa'a grid dafaat r Wichita Falk laat Saturday. Tha raaaoa I brinf this up U bacauaa Smith flraa tha Odaata Braaco'a a plug vrnr waak (as if thar could play football). No. 1 Sport of tha Waak Kids ona of tha bast sports around H-SU is "Pinkr." Soma of you may not hara mat him as yat but .ha is tha colorad man who usad to ba in chart a of tha stable. Ha has. on a num- bar of occasions ona claaz across town which was out of his way to take soma tha students maybe to a football game maybe to a store or maybe bring them to tha door of their dorm. If you erer hara a chanca to ride with him don't hesitate because of his color because ha will give you "taxi Mrrlce" and Just for a "thank you...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 16 February 1946

4. Vol. XXX ' ''fftjTffS rV . .'? "S H-SU ABILENE TEXAS FEBRUARY 16 1946 ZJSMSSs4l '.r. r 'f t S'STS's's's's's'sKraL-ir 'SVji-lBMIKflBEl Kt JL- lim "bssBssm Hssl BBBsV . 1 MB& . SBBVeiQ'ejHMAleBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBK. j) AxbbbbBbV Bk I v.-jBSSr?' 'KtiBvSBvSBvSlBeBeBtBsstf traSSSfl bBPVi t -i-'m ""; &BBBBBlrBBBBBr; -viiH m . CKRjHHHHHHSB B 4v3lJlttHHHHHVu swHH H: ' - v . NliBHvAvAwvi il bbbbbbbm '; $ v v i ss bsbHHHHI bbH t '''jlf -'j.:.f : bbbbbbbbbm IHbbWQL ' bbbbbm ssbsbbbbbK ''' KKF- bsbbH MARJORIE LAWRENCE TO PRESENT CONCERT HERE arjorie Lawrence Met. Opera Singer Booked for Feb. 25 Marjorio Lawrcnco colobrated dramatic soprano of the Metropolitan Opera Association will glvo a concert in Abileno at 8:00 P. M. Monday. Feb. 25 under tho auspices of Hardin-Simmons Unlvorslty Artist Course. Duo to tho remodeling of tho chapel building. Miss Lawrence will glvo her concert in tho auditorium of the First Baptist Church in this city. H-SU students will bo admitted upon presentation of...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 16 February 1946

M"W7' February 16' 19B Page 2 i'wsr"t THE H-8U BRAND lEMtorialfi . That's What They Say... "If wo want to bo remembered lot's mnke our impressions some other wny rather than by leaving them all over the desks and walls" says Abilene Christian College's Optimist. . . . The Baylor Lariat holds forth on women. "Woman is that portion of the population which wears skirts wears down patience wears out man and bewares common sense." . . . The Aggie Battalion disapproves of state news cov- erage by college newspapers: "We still think that it is a full-time job to malic our muu-pics in our own back yard." . . . "Hazing may establish Equality but not Democracy" says tho Daily Texan. . . . "The best teacher is ex- perience and experience is gained working with others not above them" opines T. S. C. W.'s Lass-O. o Just Relax Brother Arc you impatient 1 Do you get spots of over-anxiety before your eyes and go off your feed with worry over the state of our little world? Do you fear that everythin...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 16 February 1946

February 16 194S THE H-SU BBAMD Pag 3 I 0 Li ffl CHQLII. Reprinted from the December issue "Going How About Vanilla? You'll Wait a Long Time Yet For Fancy Ice Cream Flavors Until quantities go up and prices come down the ice cream-loving public will have to content itself with vanilla and chocolate flavors this year. Ice cream is one of the commodi- ties which has not come far out from under wartime restrictions. Cone-licking children will prob- ably have to go through at least another season without the varied flavors they usually demand such as banana nut tutti-frutti and black walnut. They must content them- selves with vanilla and chocolate and perhaps a "house specialty" in the case that local creameries can get enough sugar. Nuts may continue to bo omitted ivm ilu iwintr ifo" imvckoJ iirwnAhi unless the prices on them arc low- lered managers of Abilene creamer- ies said. It was pointed out that quantities of nuts arc not so great land that most of them arc being sold Ifrcsh th...

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