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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 2 April 1938

yp wr"i t " - U' ikr: X v W- THE R-S U BRAND - COWBOY V p. Red White Teams Set First Brawl On Cowboy Field Intra-Squad Tilts Will Continue In Spring Training By HILL AMO Brand Sports Editor Following (in ifitcnsivo tfrlnd of conditioning preparation Coach Frank Klmbrough's Cowboy grlddcrs will get their initial tasto of real com- petition this afternoon with tho first inter-squad tilt slated for Parramoro field. Tho entire roster has been di- vided into two combines the lied and White elevens. Coach Kimbrough appears to have another formidablo aggregation on paper and these inter-squad games will bring out the competitive worth of next year's outfit. Several sets of new plays will bo stressed in tho frays with Kimhrough and his assist- I ants on the watch for faults to bo worked upon. More Coming During tho next few weeks Coach Kimbrough will havo his cohorts iron- ing out their difficulties spotted in theso inter-squad battles. The foot- "ball players havo been driven hard for over...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 2 April 1938

7 f 0 Pac4 THE H-S U BRAND Upperclassmen Stage Annual Junior- Senior Banquet At Hilton 'Old Plantation' Scenes Featured Dean L. Q. Campbell Makes Main Speech "Old Plantation" scenes served ns themo for the annual junior-senior banquet held Inst night in the Bluo Colonial room of tho Hilton hotel. "Olo Mnrsc" Lee junior president presided as plantation master in tho newly renovated banquet room. A silver and white motif was used in decorations featured by blucbonncts and bridal wreath. Prof. W. C. Beard sponsor of the junior class welcomed tho crowd with a "Southern Hospitality" greeting answered by Preisdcnt Burns McKIn- ncy of tho senior class. "Llttlo Eva" Roberts presented the "evolution of southern swing" with Amos Caldwell as accompanist. "Steve Foster" Propst was presented as the "Scwancc Songster" with Cnld- wellngnin at tho pinno. Colonelshlps wcie bestowed on the class presidents and Prof. J. E. Bur- nam senior sponsor. Peak 6t beauty in the program was reached when "Southe...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 14 April 1938

i X. Im Greetings Mil fi VMy "B'""M B"r ' "BB3Z-K'M3'3B H"l IIL 1 H 1 M Mifi! f Mri'ri Vol. XXII Z71S IIARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXAS APRIL 14 1938 No. 26 r V' f I J V Annual Nomination Slip-Up By Well fry my toes In a potato chip factory if some of those lads and lassies didn't just bust right out in the "Big Apple" during the conven- tion that met here recently. Then Rome sweet young thing had to toss a few eggs and dump n little water on some of the fellows that were try- ing to do their duty. . . . No you egg- heads I'm not trying to defend the administration . . . they moke nearly as few mistakes as we youngsters that refuse to take dictation from them . . . but still that egg-throwing stunt was poor sportsmanship. You know I pretty near forgot to sny "Hello again" nnd after going three weeks without editing the pnper . . . and for two without writing my sentimentalities for you dear young cherubs. Nevertheless as Plato might say it "There never was an airplane that fl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 14 April 1938

f sTMB-'?-ft-'Swj.jiS:)-iW. t-rrjfi'vi'ijsr'TM!r?r7 i r W- THE H-S U BRAND t f' 1 ss ty 9' t r If v Ik-t b I' r -i t (ft &. ? IfC ri w if ft ! if; r7; Ai w 'ir Wfc Iff.C ti-j f i ' t j :T4 1fti Sy Editorials There is no frigate like a book to take us lands away This traverse may the poorest take without oppress of toll; how frugal is the chariot that bears a human soul. Emily Dickenson. Chain Forging Contrary to April Pool charges tho Ilardin-Sim-inons student council this year hns overcome ono of tho most unconquerable barriers that lies in tho path leading to student self-government Ono of tlnStnost vital activities of a successful and enterprising organization is its ability to meet regularly and to successfully carry on business in those meetings. In other words having sufficient- ly established itself to live on its own power is an accomplishment that will mean the future of this representative campus organization. Following revision of tho student assembly char- ter last y...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 14 April 1938

m ft.vw '! THE H-S U BRAND i JEEPS SOPHOMORES CAPTURE TRACK MEET HONORS Seniors Rate Second In All-University Tilt Mule Captain Bailey Takes Individual Laurels IJy DILL AMO lirand SporU Editor Amassing n total of 80 Vi points over tha eight event program the Jeeps copped the Intnwmurnl track and field diadem in tho annual two- dny classic concluded Tuesday after- noon on the university grounds. The sophomores virtually ran away with initial honors in tho nil-university meet chalking up 7G tnllics to 51 for tho second place seniors. Snicks Second The Shicks made a strong bid against the Jeeps for tho crown but failed to achieve their goal by 1014 markers. Although tho Mules cap- tured a pair of first places and tied for another they finished last in the three team race with 64 & points. The Jeeps accumulated three firsts and tied for a fourth in nddition to scor- ing in every event. After sweeping tho first thre places In the opening specialty GO ynrd dash the Jeeps never dropped...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 14 April 1938

SasepttffuKJt JS3eViiW1!irifer( A I Pa4 TnE n-S U BRAND r. Ifr ! Officials Announce Completed Plans For Summer Work Collins Directs School From June 2 to August 20 The annual summer session at liar din-Simmons university will begin on Juno 2 and continuo until August 20 Dr. R. A. Collins H-SU dctin of stu- dents and director of tho summer school announced today in making public completed plans and tho fac- ulty personnel for the event. Tho entire session will include two terms of six weeks each the first to begin on June 2 and tho second on July 12. Guest Instructors Guest instructors will include Dr. Walter J. Burdette of tho University of Texas who will teach courses in zoology; J. H. Williams principal of Newman high school Sweetwater who will conduct courses in educa- tion; Joe C. Humphrey assistant principal at Abilene high school to teach government and economics and Miss Fnnjoho Stovall Fort Worth grade principal to direct the demon- stration school and to tench primary and e...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 23 April 1938

r ' ' ' ii ii i i 1 1 i i . Vol. XXII Z715 HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXAS April 23 1938 No. 27 u irs Annual Nominations For Political Races Go To Student Council Today s!f I?0 Sny did you rend n the paper where in n few years our automobiles would be running on electrical energy drawn from the air. They are sched- uled to have three wheels enabling them to make 90 degree turns. Boy will this be something for wo young nimcompoop whippet-snappers that like to take these corners on two wheeN. And then these future nutos arc gonna hnvc rharp blades that may be dropped Instantly to the pavement to prevent skidding. Photoelectric cells art to keep them from running past red lights and will control the speed traveled. Just think you can run right up back of someone toot your horn and then stop on a dime and get nine cents back the other penny will have to be spent for nerve medicine until you can get used to the fun. And syou can't run red lights well what will this country come t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 23 April 1938

.-1 ? V lats THE H-8 U BRAND - 4 I I 'Editorials What Price Freedom? There is no frigate like a how frugal is the chariot that book to take us lands away This traverse may the poorest take without oppress of toll; bears a human soul. Emily Dickenson. CRanch CTalk' Campus Camera By The Staff FLASH! As yet the marriage li- cense of VIRGINIA STANLEY and JIMMY MORTON has not been fillet! "Will You Como to the Bowort" played on n singlo fifo and drum led the Texas forces against a double army of Mexicans 102 years ago Thursday. Tho Mexicans including their General Santa Anna wero indulging in their Latin custom of a siesta. They awakened to cries of "Remember the Alamo" "Bemcmbcr Goliad" and in. a short time .. .. Tin. auu a n a found themselves completely routed. It was sig- a haIf buck9 to takc tt phy8tca ix. n?lTACt0ry f?r Gcncral Snm Houston and his band amnatlon hire a car to take himself of 740 men whose hearts were afire with patriotism. atu! virRlnl to Balrd and back to got The b...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 23 April 1938

.-? "- THE H-S U BRAND Pftf I v- KIMBROUGH'S REDS MEET WHITES IN 2:30 MELEE i 'C t . Gridster 8 Enter Final Week Of Preparation for '38 Season Seek To Replace Cherry. McKinncy and Mahuron From Returning Men Fifty H-SU Cowboy grlddcrs faced with n fast opening clcven-Rnmo schodulo for 1038 arc winding up daily spring training tusks for Conches Frank Kimbrough and Chester Beard. The squad pairs off nt 2:30 this aft- ernoon for the third intra-squad grid- fest as the Reds nnd Whites ram it out. Next Saturday on Senior Day the Reds and Whites of last week will go to the mat ngain and will endeavor to play to n decision. Klcrcn Lcttcrmcn Return Eleven returning lettcrmcn and ten additional last year's squad mem- bers are leading the battle for almost every berth especially at tackle where graduation of Odis Crowell nnd Mack Alcxnndcr to the Chicago Car- dinals of the Pro ranks left open berths. Conch Kimbrough is seeking re- placements too for Ed Cherry pale pated powerhouse fullback als...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 23 April 1938

ff4 THE H-S U BRAND Special Programs Given Over State For Founders Day H-SO Alumni Friends Continue Celebrations Through This Week On Sunday April 17 tho first state wide observance of Founders' Day brought together groups of Hnrdln- Slmmons alumni and friends in many of tho cities of West Texas and for- mer students of the university were recognized In Baptist churches over tho entire State. Continue This Week The activities in the celebration of this great day have been carried on In the past week and will probably extend through the most of next week. The Easter programs in the local Baptist churches were dotted with commemorations of tho great men in tho history of Hardin-Simmons and recognition of Its friends nnd former students. At tho First Baptist church Tom Barnes '33 head of the physics department of Abilene high school made an address honoring Dr. James B. Simmons for whom tho 47-ycar-old West Texas school was named. The services at the University Bap- tist church Include...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 30 April 1938

f ' - y--71- ' ' " Vol. XXII 7.715 HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE. TEXAS APRIL .10 1938 No. 28 H-SU ENTERTAINS FIFTH ANNUAL SENIOR DAY GROUP Well Kills it looks like nt Inst tlint nnothcr winter senson has been snfely tucked within the folds und nnothcr springtide is here. Despite the several reversal slips thnt we seem to hnve drawn on the wenther this year it seems thnt we can snfely go nhend with: "Sprint; is here Birds is back Let's go courtin' In n fishin' hack." Twenty-Three Candidates Compete For H-SU Campus Political Laurels Congratulations CRAWFORD on the ixccllent nnnual presented to the student body in yesterday's chapel. The Spanish theme the purple and gold covers nnd the green pictures were well blended together to produce imo nf the "ton-notch" annuals of Hardin-Simmons history. Candidates for the Brand nnd Bron- co student publications jobs are sched- uled to undergo the nnnual sweating period Wednesday to tell the commit tee why they are best qualified for the ex...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 30 April 1938

fWW"" L J'O' JV "- PV to THE H-S U BRAND rT -J i IV'- h t X .. I'v &' "- H ji Editorials There is no frigate like a book to take us lands away This traverse may the poorest take without oppress of" toll; how frugal is the chariot that bears a human soul. Emily Dickenson. Seniors You're Cowhands Today Seniors wclcomo to the Hardin-Simmons cam- pus I No doubt you arc already fumiliar with the old hospitnlity of the West. For yenrs it hns been the Cowboy custom for strangers to make themselves nt home whether the boss or the hands were there to wclcomo them or not. When the group was at home tho stranger was "taken-in" as one of tho bunch and shown every courtesy of the ranch. Today the Cowboys of Ilnrdin-Simmons univer- sity nro "at home" to tho thousands of high school seniors that have responded to our invitation to visit tho forty acres. This is our privilege and pleasure not yours and anything we may do to make it more enjoyable for you will bo done gladly. Tho exhibits and en...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 30 April 1938

'w'-r V' " ii .4 sr' THE n-S U BRAND "" "'.'. phi : 'K ' '.'t Kimbrough's Cowboys Graduate 'Fourteen Letter Members Of Squad Rancher Team To Play San Francisco Loyola Centenary On 1938 Card IJy Hrand SporU Writer Conch Frank KimbrouRh's Hnrdln- Simmons university Brlddcrs undc- fentcd In 17 starts nre fncintf the 1038 senson which nffordsone of the touRhest schedules In history with n wcll-Kroundcd determination to carry the undefeated purplo nnd Rold safe- ly through nil the privations of mnjor competition. Lose Fourteen Men Despite the loss of fourteen of last year's squadmen including many of the All-Amcricnn mention men a res. oluto nnd powerful machine fnces such competition ns Centenary tho University of San Francisco nnd Loy- ola of Los Angeles with a strong bid for greater recognition. Tho squad will sorely miss the ser- vices of Burns McKinney little All- American quarterback of last season Ed' Cherry pale-patcd powerhouse who held down the fullback slot.Eldon Mahuron one o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 30 April 1938

Pa4 THE H.S U BRAND Marvin Miller Gets Honorable Mention Mnrvln Miller Hnrdln-Slmmons university frcslimnn poet whose poems of West Texas settings and chnrnctcis nru widely published e- celvcd an honoiable mention with his "While I Stuff My Pipe" In the col- leRe division of the seventh annual Southwestern Intercollegiate Poetry meet at Tilnlty unlvoisity last week. Charles Day of Howaid Payne col- lege nt Prownwood won fiist place In the tournament sponsored by the Scriptct afters club of Trinity univer- sity. Miller's cntiy was ti nnri alive poem wiltten in the vernacular of the dry land fnrmer. Theie wcie approximately 2i!G en tries in the contest enibincing the southern states of New Mexico Okla- homa Arkansas Louisiana and Tex- as. Dr. John 0. lleaty piofessor of English nt Southern Methodist uni- versity was the piinclpal speaker on the piogrnm lecturing on his new- book "Swords in the Dawn." Miller lecently leceived a $50 check and "clashed" one of the baldest "slick paper" m...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 7 May 1938

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 7 May 1938

w gr-f1?"1 ; ; ; v - ;-? t-w 4f X":' L .SrV "0 fetl THE H-8 U BRAND $?wcmwtf't W r btf a ii fcfK' ""C v fe ; f L sTt lv ? Xri v $ ' SL. $ . t ..: iJ A'v ; j- &. ijv 1 ?" k ji f"Sditqridls "Ever? man feels instinctively that all the beautiful sentiments in the world weight less than a single lovely acti6n." ' Lowell. T American Youth CRarich Talk Campus Camera Senior dny was' the big success that "JUG" GOOD is really keeping us guessing as to which girl he is taking to the freshman banquet. Jug refuses to -talk. His managers the BOMB- EKS say KAY COKBIN Is the girl while TEDA MOORE insists that she has the date with him. Only time and. the freshman banquet will tell. f A recent sucvey mado on the II-SU campus by n member of the school journalism department re- vealed that tho majority of students were openly and violently opposed to war. In this connection "we offer tho following material received from the everyone hoped it would bo. HOBBY "Keep America Out of War Committee." awl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 7 May 1938

n((" ft- .-'i f T i. THE H-S U BRAND P!KM - i ': ?i X $? I 9. Charlie Pond Tumbling Champ To Leave Tuesday For Philadelphia Junior Yell Leader Won " Southern Region Title At Meet Last Summer Charles Pond southern AAU tumb- ling champion ntul student yell lead- er nt Hardln-Simmons university will participate in " the national AAU championship Kymnnstlc events In Philadelphia on May 14 it was an- nounced last night nt H-SU. Pond who won tho southern tumb- ling title nt New Orleans last sum- mer will lenvc Tuesday from Dallas under tho tutelage of Marshall Brown Dallas Athletic club mentor who hns been his conch the past four years. Senior Cheer Leader Elect . Junior cheer lender nt H-SU this yenr Pond was elected senior cheer leader for next year at campus bal- loting this week. Ho was elected this year ns one of tho H-SU repre- sentatives in "Who's Who in Amori- . can Colleges nnd Universities." The gymnastic division flnnls In the national AAU sports ficjd arc to be held in Philade...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 7 May 1938

.r.?4 vr -w.i' i u "u: j?ktw i.i''jr'.i?. a . .fiT t? H- WW7 . ip -. ;w:-v r TTc v 'i- - ::"?' .;': T' Pt4 THK U BRAND Ml i ii i. i Ii St.' v 0- .- -- 'A s li.V - rviv IM ' U1 -J M- v !- ... w ( V W: i "T ' t ' r Mrs. Deaton Plans' Voice Recital Series Ruth Carr Opens Series With Program Monday Ruth Carr mezto soprano will be presented in her junior voice recital Monday night May 9 to. open a scries of voice recitals to be conducted by Mrs. Lola Gibson Deaton voice direc- tor in H-SU. Ruth will be assistod in her pro- gram by Amos Caldwell pianist pu- pil of E. Edwin Ydung and will bo accompanied by Mrs. J. E. Paxton. Mrs. Deaton will present a general volco recital Friday night May 13 featuring Marion Neff Doris Wayne O'Brien Mrs. Gcorgiana Wootcn La- Verne Deel Martha Rlgncy Jack Dean Peggy Mathis Jeanne Roberts Bill McKinncy Sarah Anne Crider Marian Vaughter Mildred Frances Cook Elisabeth Dycss and Dlxio Montgomery. Mildred Jenkcns contralto will bo presented in senior volco reci...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 14 May 1938

I. fi W- i l Vol. XXII Z71S IIARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXAS MAY 14 1938 No. 30 n : s. IP 3 t. i Yes girls now Is the time for nil good men to come to the alii of their own grade ratings on the Hnrdin- Simmons campus. So don't start com- plaining because the dntcs Btnrt fnll- ing off nt n surprisingly rapid into. The males must study if they are go- ing to pass those finals. And with the finals coming no close at hand the end of school so near and the final curtain of numerous col- lege careers drawing slowly together no doubt there are many financially upset parents who will heartily agree with the philosopher who explained that "College bred is composed of the flower of youth and the dough of old age." Strained relations between nations of the world so long hanging by n tin end seem to be nt least temporar- ily energized to the point of main- taining their equilibrium in other words it looks like we will bo able to get our sheepskins before we linve to go across anywny. An...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 14 May 1938

"-tBT ' rswyv T. IK f THE M-S U BRAND ". . rt; " v L r. .v-? "; - V tti -i" j ' V 'i w -?v -4 4. t !'A V FU !i . ?r Ei. J If 'J ;?r fv.S 'V tt.v-.tf'-.- i ' & K'" S.4A 'ly' ' V M J i' f r &?. vr ( : Win. ' IBd itorials "Thought is the wind knowledge the sail and mankind the vessel." J. C. Hare. GtHm Educated Calve CRanch Campus Camera Did ya ever hear of a man going around bump- ' iffM head into stamps f No and wo haven't neither. Bat we have heard of students that will ? kiveat their own time; money and effort as well as 'a fair portion of their parents' savings and earn- ings ia an education and get little in return. No doubt the bemoaning father who cried "Lo I poured in the gold and got a calf in return" 'wasn't so absurdly wrong. Insofar as educated morons are concerned several thousand students spend nine months each year in the colleges and universities of the country and go home sadder but nose the wiser for a summer vacation. Although cramming isn't of much value th...

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