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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 6 April 1935

ru J?SSSWfPW i T?.'lEBJ 4 -T V ?h i r- V 1 T' THINK ABOUT BRAND BEAUTIES t. n 'r VOL. 19 HARDIN-8IMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXAS APRIL 6 1935. No. 24 TURNER AIR ACE TO PICK BRAND BEAUTIES C - Brand SThe GOTO SENIOR PLAY j V4- tf c Kv ) Seniors To Give "Listen World" At 8 In Auditorium Tuesday; Seniors Huddleston Short Play Opposite Roles In Comedy Drama Olsen Haggard Patterson Ramsey McLaughlin Rudd Routh Shiller In It McDade Is Director It Is Play of "Nonsense and Sense" and "Wit and Wisdom" "Listen World" a senior class pro. duction will bo presented to the stu- dent body of Hardin-Simmons uni- versity Tuesday night April 9 in the auditorium at 8 o'clock. The play is being sponsored by the senior class under the direction of the gift committee the proceeds of which will go to aid in the purchase of stage equipment. The class of 1935 decided to give to the institu- tion new stage equipment. The admission will bo 10c for chil- dren 25c for students and 35c for others. The gift comml...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 6 April 1935

' V f 1 I J '& . ' ." THE HARDIN-SIMMONS BRAND a?c V" ?" rf SV ; irsrf r v. te 8 V&." w s; . . I I & Xv i . a.s. 1" 1' '.! as- Sr fa an ir. M- J?. I& 8S? Ri " ms VSKJ" 1K li JAJ: It L . A wmltlv eellece mwimim published every Saturday during tke rnitttl ytr by the Harefa&msiOBs moaj ex naroiBSTiBHROBa uuncnuji KatataJ m aaeaad claea mail matter Abilene Texas under SubaeripUoR Price per year ... 4 First Place in Tezaa Intercollegiate Press Association 1931 First Place in Texas Intercollegiate Press Association 1932 First Place in Texas Intercollegiate Press Association 1933 First Place in Texas Intercollegiate Press Association 1934 'amtaaas)aimHBnieaaaBmaBBtsimBaaemHcaaSaEtBaMaaBam Office: First Floor Abilene Hall 1302 University Drive. Downtown Office: Abilene Printing & Stationery Co. Editor-in-Chief DanTarpley Baaiaesa Manager .... . . .William K. Ramsey Circulation Manager Robin Clack Managing Editor .................-..................-..-..................

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 6 April 1935

XV t ""Ts- THE HARDIN-SIMMONS BRAND n h! ti r' M ' -" y ' twHB serve 1 iy Dr I b-": aiL i& vs siffc & '"' Y.f ;-&' V Cowboys Scrimmage Friday Afternoon Cowmen Hold First Intra-Sqiiad Fray For Hour Yesterday Rough and Tumble Workouts Get Men in Shape For Hard Play TWO TOUCHES' MADE Cherry Howell Make Only Tallies Four Clubs Sec Action As a climax to the second week of spring practice Conch Frank Kim- brough's future Cowhand gridmen mixed it in near wrestling arena fashion for the better part of an hour Friday afternoon. The 50 odd charges were apparently nono the worse for a vigorous session from which tho genial mentor from Amor) Ho sent them into the showers early as a special reward. Apparently seasoned by tho last two weeks of rough and tumble there was little "blood letting" although the fur flew thick and fast at inter- vals. In the hour festival Coach Kimbrough kept tho major part of four complete teams on their toes and alternating at seeing service. Eleven potent...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 6 April 1935

' 23 r!"fT!r" 'f ' Stf? ' T . r - n ? .V-. ft Few THE HARDIN-SIMMONS BRAND I"' iP :Tf - t s Art League Bainqpuiet Climax Wedk-Etad Social Activities Tho climax of a week-end's social activities for tho Hardin-Simmons university Art League was a banquet and theatre party Saturday night held In the Wootcn hotel andTara- mount theatre. Tho ballroom was decorated with whito cathedral tapers surrounded by purple lilacs. Tho centerpieces wero of calla lilies and lilac. Easter eggs served as placccards. Thcro was a flve-courso menu fea- turing tho chosen seasonal motif was served. Margaret Upshaw pianist and Billy Morrow xylophonlst entertain- ed with a short program following tho banquet hour and preceding tho thcatro party when guests attended tho last showing of "After Office Hours" at the Paramount. Guest list: Misses A. M. Carpenter and Suella Lacy sponsors Gladys Gooch Ovesta McClcskcy Comer Clay Ruth Reavls Ray Dean Pcnick Charles Gauntt Patty Hanks Ircno Grey John Simmons Miss Upsh...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 13 April 1935

?.1I . .T ' VT ?' i ' wrp.e i - V Ss 1 . ' " - -J i . J r1 v . ? IV V "A- EASTER HOLIDAYS BEGIN FRIDAY THINK ABOUT BRAND BEAUTIES A v V -.4 $. VOL.19 HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXAS APRIL 13 1935 No. 25 i DICK POWELL TO PICK BRAND SWEETHEARTS ft' ' (J. grtp Bremo : r w u IfcT y l?c r v t'l & i &t. ' w .. I'. v ' f1 v & Mh I'M lJ. i ' iv . -HTi i i Nineteen Elections Will Be Held First of May Says Student Head Stevenson Barnctt And Murphy For Student President Vote J.t Chapel Period Five Running For Student Secretary; Two For Vice-Prexy No less than nineteen politicians have pitched their ats in the rin? for public offices of Hnrdin- Simmons university next year. The election will bo held Wednesday March 1 according to Moxley Fcathor- ston president of the student body. Nineteen candidates have petitions out or have them with the required number of names already. A peti- tion to bo valid must have at least seven per cent of tho student body's signatures. The petit...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 13 April 1935

ymTPI! V vF 1 -. tr Jk ? - '5 i" 'v" fc A. 4 V ws ' -k V . -. V Tm THE HARDIN-SIMMONS BRAND Art ffiTx A w( gj?.4"""- :9-. r?r B&r V;- "(? i -7 rv Ki K7 r.' 1"A stfr fltt. . l.s'v" i- ? . tLrf r" r-rw J t - N- fe. 3 r wur SF- . v y.vi Sii 5 ' i ". fjui- "I 3tV? ?.f w 3S- '11 f t -'If? w I D)f .Brand lv college newspaper published every Saturday during the bt the Hardin-Simmons Press Club in the interest of the yew Body el Hardin-Simmons M second class nail matter Abilene Texas under Subscription Price per year First Place in Texas Intercollegiate Press Association 1931 First Place in Texas Intercollegiate Press Association 1932 First Place in Texas Intercollegiate Press Association 1933 First Place in Texas Intercollegiate Press Association 1934 Office: First Floor Abilene Hall 1302 University Drive. Downtown Office: Abilene Printing & Stationery Co. Editor-in-Chief BuMBesa Manager ..... Circulation Manager Managing Editor . sporta hditor News Editor Copy Editor Society Edito...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 13 April 1935

r' ; TfW"'5' ! U f 0 ". ds 4 - r '"11 THE HARDIN-SIMMONS BRAND UM i ir Better Dky Products ' "'v-ijji Tifrrv. ' "r"' 1 k $&& wmT Rafjoer I'M1. it xwr. '-. J SERVE ICi&h 4(11'N.T tj niiiyiiiu -s i r 1 : '. ll - -ft ?iV t SBL w i JET-& K Football Team And A. C.Cs Wildcats Scrimmage Wednesday On Home Field Continuing tho hard scrimmages that hnvo been characteristic of their spring training tho II-S. U. football " team met tho A. C. C. Wildcats Wed- nesday on Parramore Field. Although tho work-out was not a regular game because the Ranchers kept tho ball nil the time the Cow- boys demonstrated their superiority over the Feline school by scoring sov- eral touchdowns. On tho first play of tho so-called gamo Russcl left- handed sprinter ran for a touchdown on an off-tacklo slant. Tho Wildcat defense tightened n little nftcr that and pay dirt was not reached so easily. Roth coaches stood behind their teams and told them what to do and why thoy were doing it wrong. Doutwell ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 13 April 1935

V-1?B7f .'VW" ' 7 " V . ' &.! - A r t ' Page Fmw THE HARDIN-SIMMONS BRAND U'-" lr pt " TV. le y 1 irv bbbbMbB TO $&' ff JV Eassetti-Mairirls AM&draflKce Vows Takee Inu Januunairy Robert Bnssctti student of Har-din-SImmons university for four years announced his marriage at a bridge nnd forty-two party held in the home of Mrs. Fannie Richardson the grand- mother of his bride Miss Olga Har- ris at Clyde Monday night. Tho cou. pie was married January 22 1036 licre in Abilene. At the party Monday guests were greeted by Miss Eula Cotton. An- nouncement cards were found in small envelopes on game tables. High score was made by Miss Bertha Dryan who presented her prize to Mrs. Bassetti. Mrs. Bassetti who lias mado her home here for a number of years with her grandmother was graduated from tho Clyde high school in 1029. Sho then attended school at Port Arthur and for tho past year has been em- ployed in the branch office of .the federal loan bank here. Mr. Bassetti is a student ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 27 April 1935

"".A" v (AS ' '--- Vl$7 Yf( H "- f -"V 4. " -V '" f""- ' W "V S tl "sr i -a v v fl '3!. SThi? 3000 COPIES '. 3000 COPIES v vol. it HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXA8 APRIL 27 1935 No. 26 H-S.U. IS GUEST TO HIGH SCHOOL SENIORS - 'it.' i'-"Vi? rand w KM jr . fe 1 i . Rf- tv :s Sw Annual Band Contest Is Held This Week End COWBOY BAND TO PLAY IN RUSSJA FOR EIGHT WEEKS mmmm Hello Girls 1 Didja go home Easter? Nearly everybody did and some of the reports of the hometown rialta are postively shocking Indeed they are. Bat before personalities are Mentioned there are some gener- alities that Meed edltoralising.upon. For instance next Wednesday you will cast your vote in the first pri- mary election for tho officers that will overrun the campus next year. And have you noticed how politick ing has picked up lately. Some 'of the snoopers have seen some of the sophisticates shaking hands with the men greeting and smiling at the ladies and some of the male candidates are kissing the babies (...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 27 April 1935

N "tJ W P 1 " -v. ' . O- t i ' ' J- ' THE HARDIN-SIMMONS BRAND 1 f m ' 'A' ' w In A- W TV kV ih. . - - &f if i . trt ..ffl Hf .ftraid A weekly college newspaper published eveiy Saturday during the tfcaol yew by the Hardin-Simmons PrcM Club in the interest of the Student Body of Hardin-Simmons University. Ealcrcd u second class mail matter June 22 1917 at the Postoffice at Abilene Texas under act of March 3 1912. Littli Billy's Nitibuk Subscription Price per year .$2.00 First Place in Texas Intercollegiate Press Association 1931 First Place in Texas Intercollegiate Press Association 1932 First Place in Texas Intercollegiate Press Association 1933 First Place in Texas Intercollegiate Press Association 1934 Office: First Floor Abilene Hall 1302 University Drive. Downtown Office: Abilene Printing & Stationery Co. PRELUDE Greetings to the high school sen- iors that have honored us with their presence today. It is the sincere hope that these potential college men and wo- men are p...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 27 April 1935

t -. -'" t VJ (TV.-1. J. "rf" -H. " VWy-S-Jt 'ffK m7??i : W s THE HARDIN-SIMMONS BRAND Football Game Tonight 11 Kimbrough's Squads Clash 4JL& ttf - v Intra -Squad Game To Be Played On Gridiron Tonight w .1 J ' 1 "M ."'J -M 'K$ Mt' "wvy??-srt'Zif Fvr"yMfp4iityyc.-$ iTtinprv)fi - 'tM 1 '' - - vt S.i' to 1 IT. f4 1 1 ' i. m?- .4! ?. Si' ; i ; WSj. vy - ;$ J a." - ' 1M First String Gridsters To Clash With Squadmen Coach Frank Kimbrough's Cow- boys -appear tonight before an ex- pected crowd of 3000 West Texas high school seniors in an exhibition intra-squad battle as the curtain falls on the annual spring training session. Nearly 40 athletes expect to see ser- vice in the regular game clash between next fall's probable starting lineup and the second string shock- troopers. Tho game is scheduled as part of the annual high school senior day -activities at Hardin-Simmons univer- sity and will be preceded at 7 o'clock by a 300 piece massed band concert. .Frequent substitutions will be in...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 27 April 1935

r rt yx Pn - v . 't " 'j" "'v'' (x.?- t l ' ' "i . C !" V ! -. - "T THE HARDIN-SIMMONS BRAND Students and Alumni ww Ex - Ki. v it' ' i t ! 3- r : v . $ ?V s. $' r.-- s W '' &! rU . v &j ' J r &: . . M!V t"' . . i.v? r.K t . u i'i i 4 'I iV ; i.Ti at; f ' J!' J'' L'-cT Prt. -' J' ' rv-yx ' i j ' i1" syV Hanks Gives Exes Dinner; Plans For Banquet Are Made Eight Are Present For Affair Honoring President Featherstone Program Kept Secret Largest Attendance in History Of University Is Expected Last week Bernard Hanks Simmons-ex and publisher of the Abilene Reporter was host at dinner at the Wooten Hotel for tho Alumni-ex Student Banquet Committee to plan for the association banquet to bo held June 5 during commencement. As guests. Mr. Hanks had Solon Fcath. erston president of the association Mrs. Herman Pender Lacy Beckham Frank Junell Will Henry Haney D. M. Wiggins and Preston Cook. Tentative plans were made for at- tendance and program to be the larg- est and most complete ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 27 April 1935

W faZ fI9(fr5'M5S:1XR c: llIiJ'i3flKBiwHS aRT? "TRJ iBShwat vTSW s iWfwHfeCi tw. tAway Af " tt Jk. . iJuha-. r. ' s rtmi )- h . . . . v . -i - n .m - u.- j - . a t -r.? fM'siAaMMvrv ia.u ssi?wri V T Vi 9 : WPvY 'Tnv "--"jf r-vwr -j r v r- .- - - v ni - r'JBWWFwrZfX J t y r '-..-." ' x1 XJ? t x. I ft 'V f. - lv II v -v - I THE JIARDIN-SIMMONS BRAND 3 " Political Picnic Scheduled For Tuesday CLASSES SELECT BRAND BEAUTY CANDIDATES TUESDAY ji "'V fi "' - n . f I 'V. Welcome Visitors from At VH V A .7" f Stump Speeches To Be Delivered By Twenty Politicians Better Dairy Products .r & Simmons McGahey TO .TOUR EUROPE AGAIN THIS SUMMER paiiw.lT.la3l n;iiiMM;i Rafl Ti Guimarin Moore To Run For The Brand Beauties To Parade In Chapel (! s" j r h Picnic Supper Will Be Served Students On Lawn of Mary Frances Featherston in Charge Candidates Will Pay Part of Expenses of Annual Festivity Electioneering; politicking; and stump speaking; will characterize the annual political picnic which will be...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 27 April 1935

Tf' T 'VW-AV t; '. S. Ti 1 V " s" ' r r- I - t n I f kjV Pile Mx THE HARDIN-SIMMONS BRAND F'W C "V It u i r t. t ."I ' " f i 4 m Mnldredl Rfidhtesflwm HSU Chorus Cowboy land Fuuraisli Music; JJunell and Featherston Take Charge Hnrdin-Slmmons university present cd the most lavish stage production of the year in the form of the coron- ation of All-University Queen Mildred Richcson last Thursday night at the university auditorium. The ceremonies started out with the playing of Solitude by tho famous Cowboy band. After this presentation the student president Moxley Feathcrson intro- duced tho master of ceremonies in the person of Frank Junell. Junell in turn introduced the class favorites of the university and the queens of A. C. C McMurry St. Joseph academyt and Abilene high school. Tho beauties and their escorts in order named were freshman: Lcona Ruth Butler and Vernon Yearby; sophomore: Inez Morris and Ccarley Klnnrd; junior: Jane Gulnn and Glccn Ray; senior: Mary Alice Short and D....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 4 May 1935

y " - V S5f"f" S? Y IBp"-?!" "" '" ' v- ""? W IV'lMfA'r.rf V - f Dll-T-lWT V ""V ' ?" J?P"' '.' ""J" W Beauty Parade Tonight Vote For The 0 Right Man ! If 1 vni. 10 . . HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXAS MAY 4 1935 No. 27 TURNER TO LECTURE AND PICK BEAUTIES vy 'p-vv'1 ' "il.'Zr "&? f"' fJJW 4- x 3Ihp Brand ""WMMW"WIM"'IW"""'WW1M"l'W""MpiWiMiMWMWWlMMIIMWWMMIMiM A u ka. 1 - 1 v . r-) . vv ' ; . m. ;. ? ANNUAL POLITICAL PICNIC HELD YESTERDAY IN COWBOY CORRAL Hmmm! Well senior day is over and Hardin-Simmons university was HOST HOST not guest to a good sited mob of West Texas high school seniors swarming over the campus. And it was noted that some of the prospective talent for the future of HSU was up to or maybe above standard. It was also noticed that some of the Romeos placed bids on the prospects too. Tonight shortly after the speech by the "Speed King" Roscoo Turner twenty of the veteran beauties will display their wares in a backless eve- ning affair with only a long skirt...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 4 May 1935

'V ' ; 'i"yv j ' .$ S7 'T7 "i - ( ff- - r "V?- - " i . i rf i.r L -j r'. . . TnE HARDIN-SIMMONS BRAND . p.sjffifh? !" r"" ? c & '.'lit fcV ' &- . &v ' I v .. 1 I f 5 J 1 ifl? r. l&. T' F l m m t& :x r Ix'l i. IV- IK : i.-j r v !A)VC . ? . & s-; V yili V. &f.'iftm f itfE ' hH -zurzi :'.." i"'f 1M A wtcklr cellegs aewspaper year bj the Hsrdin-bimmons osy el HarduvsimmoBs Catered aa aecoad clasa mail matter Abilene Texas under SttfceeriBtle Price per year First Place in Texas Intercollegiate Press Association 1931 First Place in Texas Intercollegiate Press Association 1932 First Place in Texas Intercollegiate Press Association 1933 First Place in Texas Intercollegiate Press Association 1934 Office: First Floor Abilene Hall 1302 University Drive. Downtown Office: Abilene Printing & Stationery Co. Editor-in-Chief Dan Tarplcy Business Manager .......................................... William K. Ramsey Circulation Manager .. Robin Clack Managing Editor .......

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 4 May 1935

W ' wrtuf i 'i r' ' ".- "" THE HARDIN-SIMMONS BRAND v '. ii t jcrnx . .j.- it pbt V Better Dairy Product! 9mv.1t.Ib3K aiiiMizB 4 Me ) FIRST LINE-UP DOWNS SECOND STRINGERS P lift aWW ft LV 4000 See Golden Jersies Trample Blue Shirts 13-6 Intra-squad Tussle . Curtains Successful Spring Training Score On Blocked Punt Tyler and Harris Cany Ball Across For Touches; Calloway Kicks Coach Frank Klmhrough'a Cow- hands rang down the curtain on four weeks of vigorous trnlning before a turnout of 4000 fans and senior day visitors Saturday night as a Gold- jersicd first string defeated the White squadmen 13 to 0. The intra-squad battle came as tho grand finale to Hardin-Simmons' an- nual high school senior program and topped-off tho initial spring practice 'under tho new mentor from Amarillo. First downs 9 to 4 favored the first string who kept the situation well in hand tho thrco quarters they wcro in the game. Both tallies of the Golds came in tho opening frame but they held a big advantage ov...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 4 May 1935

c Pat F THE HARDIN-SIMMONS BRAND Ul l9l L JiJ Round Table Planus Started For Amraal The Hnrdtn-Simmons Round Tabic held its final program meeting for the season to map plans for its an- nual garden party to bo held June 3 at the home of Dr. and Mrs. J. D. Snndcfer. Tho Round Table meeting was held in tho home of Mrs. Julius Olscn where Mrs. J. D. Sandefcr presented as special guest for the day Sarah Anna Simmons Crane of New York City. En route from Monterrey Mexi- co to her homo Mrs. Crane is spend- ing a few days here in the homo of tho Hnrdin-Sjimmons president Dr. J. D. Sandefcr and Mrs. Sandcfer. Mrs. Crnno is tho daughter of the late Dr. Robert S. Simmons and a granddaughter of Dr. James B. Sim mons founder of tho university. She is the only surviving relative of the university founder. As guest speaker for the day Dr. Rupert N. Richardson discussed cen- tennial plans. During a business session tho gar- den party plans were mapped and annual reports were made by club officers....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 11 May 1935

pwrifpSE We Want Class Picnics We Want Class Picnics K- VOL. 19 HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXAS MAY 11 1935 IS3 I No. 28 MURPHY IS ELECTED PRESIDENT OF STUDENT BODY rTryJwWpi ( Brand mm t p J" r t! K lv- - fr H V 1 F ii . f.H-i : ? "ST t McGahey Powell Will Judge Sweetheart Race; Photos Sent By Air Col. Roscoe Turner Tells Of Trip To Melbourne From London Judges Model Airplanes ' Display Pictures Are Placed In Window of Local Dry Goods Store Bonita McGahey freshman from Harllngon was selected ns the win- ner of the annual Brand Beauty con- test by Col. Roscoo Turner inter- nationally famous air ace Saturday night May 4 in a revue following his artist course lecture in the Hnrdin- Simmons university auditorium. Tho four rankng beauties chosen by "America's speed king" were Mary Balch Abilene; Mildred Jen- kens Abilene; Lcona Ruth Butler Sweetwater; and Freddie Suo Blox- om Ballingcr. Appear In Revue Twenty candidates appeared in the revue. Those taking part in tho con- test w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 11 May 1935

&; '4JW" W-y.l'J" ilf5.'tW"' -ajvc' .i f i J.. T-1' "JfwPfJF- -J! .-wi ajr - -K! 7 " t i ' if -. 'r v.s - " i . m '? Tw THE nARDIN-SIMMONS BRAND ?f; 1 Tit. "y- IIP- k K7. I 13 hfcr .t - . IM'- Ji m Ifcv IP t 4 WA fw Aj 'A rs .y-.v " VA. ' i - it -38; -: 1' sm " 5i lYjj. . t.ij i'. "10 lTVr &h :& m 'S I 4i irl S ITljp .Brand A weekly college newspaper published every Saturday during the efceel year by the Hardin-Simmons Press Club in tho interest of tho Stttdeat Body of Hardin-Simmons University. Entered as second class mail matter Abilene Texas under Subscription Price per year $2.00 First Place in Texas Intercollegiate Press Association 1931 First Placo in Texas Inlcrcollcgiato Press Association 1932 First Placo in Texas Intcrcollcgiato Press Association 1933 first i'laco in lexas Intercollegiate Tress Association IVdl ' Office: First Floor Abilene Hall 1302 University Drive. Downtown Office: Abilene Printing & Stationery Co. Editor-in-Chief ........... ...Dan Tarpl...

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