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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 16 February 1946

vv "' vvvJ'ii'? 4 Page 4 THE H-SU BRAND February 16. 1048 : j ibbbv 1& Y m i ii i Tr I T k K ivjb mm mBmWm WWi m SsN MMmmmW- li 7Aa 4S W oc IETY H-SU SPEECH HEAiD Member of Talent Board For Interstate Players arylyn Sandefer Marriage Announced Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Sandofor of Brcckonridge have announced the engagement and approaching marriago of their older daughter. Marylyn. to Lt. William Arnot. son of Mrs. W. G. Arnot of Brcckonridge. The marriago is to take place Feb. 23 in the First Baptist Church in Brcckcnridgc. Mrs. J. K. Ridley sister of tho bride will bo hor matron of honor and Lois McBrido of Fort Worth will be maid of honor. Other attendants to tho brido will bo Elizabeth Jones of Eastland Mcrlo Calvert Ida Jano Hanson and Tommylu Mutcrspaugh of Brcckcn- ridgc as bridesmaids and Mrs. J. C. Norris of Lamesa and Mrs. Virgil Harris of Houston as brides matrons. Junior bridosmalds will bo Ardath Arnot sister of the groom and Diana Sandefer of Abilene cousin of tho bridO'Cl...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 16 March 1946

Cowboys Will Play Tech Here in Fall See Story on Page 4 GanbuLuU fo Red 6mU jbtriue GIVE VOML GIVE jMMT 'fafafafsS- - (klQBBWNj''.y V... Vol. XXX No. 24 Cf" ; V'VWgiJIB'fe'v''-; " H-SU ABILENE TEXAS. MARCH 16 1946 In Accident Two Years Ago Luther Ray Todd Student Succumbs to Head Injuries ssssssrlsssssH sssssR1 " "'IsssssssH BBBBBBBBK't i."JIBBBBBBBBBBBM LbBBBBBBbB ViBBBBBBH LBBBLH MPpBBBBBLH EtfT ' VfPBBBBBBBsi K4 'flF-BBBBBBBBH BBBBBBBBBBBBBlU 'ftBE.'n !'.s iBBBBBBBBBBBM BBBBBBBBbB tSi JiBBBBBBBH Hlf ''iKBBBBBBBBH bbHibbbbbbbBbsl " ' JK-'IbbbbbHbbbbbbbbbbH lHteKllSBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBi BBBBBBBBBBBBLBBWEitStlBBBBHBBBBBBBBBBBBH IBBBBBBBBBBBBBK iattBBBBBBBBBBBBH ebbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbvk libbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbl BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBk .BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBb BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBHrMMIiBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBl SSBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBsHBPii iBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBSuLJBrllBBBW LUTHER LEE RAY With 308 Veterans Registration Totals 1045 One thousand forty-five students have registered for the spr...

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

."-. V ' A l t ' THE H-SU BRAND .Match II ltU w: v r I- i. ? . I.." i" !.. ISr 1v i-t i.' i f . ' i Doc Atkinson Holds Distinction As One of Schools Old Traditions Jtrtj university campus hat its "local lastltutloaa" A build- lag a mascot or whatnot else always there U one person placa. or thing that symbolises to ew students and old alike tha com mon bond of all who hare at- tandad that particular school. Hardla-Slmmoas has Its Insti- tutions among tham tha cannon tha Triangle which houias H- SU'i honorad dead and tha grare of yet aaothar so honorad the school's most unforgettable char- acter Dam-It. And Hardln-Slmmons has Doc. Twenty-two years ago a 48-ycar-old farmer Doc Atkinson took a look at his five children who were nearing the age for col- lege (the sixth had already fin- ished Baylor) and decided that cotton-picking wasn't enough. He wanted to send them to a uni- versitybut how could a farmer with a farmer's limitations send five kids away to school practic- ally all at on...

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

li w Match II 1MB THE H-SU BRAND I ' wK - aflBlBIIML ' I B bbbH bbW fivM a-y bbwbbbbbbm."j'bbkw' "?' UINTA Rogers Voice Recital Praised by Music Heads U'Nita Rogers lyric-coloratura so- prano presented her senior recital last Monday night at 8:15 in the Caldwell auditorium. Her program included: Sir H. R. Bishop's "Pretty Mocking Bird" G. B. Pergolesl's "So Tu M' Ami" Chaminadc's "L'Eto" Charles Gou- nod's "Serenade" the aria "Batti batti o bel Masctto Mozart" from the opera "Don Giovanni" the aria "Charmant Oiseau" from tho opera "La Pcrle du Bresil" Charles Griffis "Evening Song" Harriet Ware's "By tho Fountain" Frank Molr's "When Celia Sings" and Alexander Mac- Fadycn's 'Homage to Spring." Miss Rogers sang to a full house. She wore a black marquisette formal dress and a rhincstonc bracelet given to her by her parents for the occa- sion. She carried an orchid. Ushers were Carol Brooks Ruth Elaine West and Rose Shirley Wal- kow. Her accompanist was Miss Virginia Parkhill. - 1 aft D...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 16 March 1946

'v-..-V- b THE HIU BRAND Much 16 1M 'Vi iV "V Crap Shooters Advance. Over Broncos Monday Night 36-32 S'Hall B O's Top Ferguson Box Standings of Individual Scoring Raiders To Hi-Light Season Here Tho Crap Shooters advanced in their standing1 by walloping the Bronco team 36-22 in the first game Monday night. Red Cleveland walk- ed away with scoring honors with 20 points for the Crap Shooters while Irwin was high point man for tho Broncos with eight points. The second game of the evening was played between the Flynn's Favorites and the Katzenjammcr Kids which proved a thriller throughout the game. The game ended with a 39-38 score with the Favorites taking the came. McKln non was high pointer with 18 points for the Favorites while Scarbrough lead the Kids with 13. The first game of Thursday eve- ning saw the Rock Crushers pound- ing the Hot Shots 19-15. The game was close throughout the four quar- ters and it was soon decided that it was any one's game till the final whistle" blew. The...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 30 March 1946

mum QntlkmaH edition '""fUTii T - i ra&ii. ; Vol. XXX r-isv No. 36 . . 1.'M i-AW 'lit H-SU ABILENE TEXAS MARCH 30 1948 Jfelp. &$... S .. 'ctodiH-SimmoHd. 20H't Qiue fill 9t JlunU; Qiv JlU 9t Mlfxil Mi Jfl lied Gtodd 2ut4a! V '"' i Ground Breaking Ceremony fpP For the benefit of those who have not already detected it this issue of the Brand was edited writ and slaved over by freshmen plus the tender advice and loving suggestions of our upperclass associates in the field of journalism. Well we have finally done it such as it is. We have laid down our chewed pencils and mangled copy paper. We stand adjourned. Wc are free to return to the care-free life an ordinary fish should live to our bubble gum pep permint sticks and latest Ellcry Queen novel. It's Wonderfull Ah what a wonderful life we lead! We never hava to worry about show- ' us credit for having any anyway so we can act as natural as wc want. We never have to worry about dress- ing properly because fads are our password...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 30 March 1946

PM2 THE H-SU BRAND 4uch 30 me lEMtoriaifi . . . Qukmanr Jfold If out 6 am Coming into college life out of high school we freshmen were n. little leery at the beginning of the year of cutting nil the ties that bound us to our former school and throw- ing ourselves unreservedly into this new venture. We just weren't quite ready to lose nil that importance nnd prestige wc hnd gained these four years of high school by becoming an humble "fish" ngain. So far n while we led a "half and half" life. If we were lucky enough to live close to our former .school we were certain to attend football games ral- lies and other functions sometimes even missing an out- standing college occasion to attend them. "Wc would go back to our old stnmping grounds with all the triumphal arrogance of a hero returning from the wars accepting graciously the fawning tributes of the adoring high school children." There we could be gods. At college under the haughty stares of world-weary upperclassmen wc were simply...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 30 March 1946

Si jrfarch 30199. THE H-8U BRAND Pat I m Orchestra Returns From Concert ToMl!e"iors.GWRfcic ui roerry vraiogue In Little Auditorium The JiBJuin-Slmmons Orchestra Ireturncd fom Its three-dny trip with In rcportAthnt nil programs were a comply success ine ursi concert was glen at Olney Saturday night to an audience of about 300 people. After the concert the orchestra went to Wichita Falls to spend the night. Sunday marked a busy day for the orchestra and chorus members. So- loists were sent to the many churches in the city and at noon the orches- tra played dinner music for mem- bers and friends at the Country Club. At 3 o'clock a program was given there for high school seniors where literature advertising Hnrdin-Sim-mons was distributed. The next program was given at Scymo.ur Monday morning at the 10 o'clock assembly program where a 30-minutc concert was given. The last two programs were given at Munday at 1:30 p.m. and at Haskell at 3:00 p.m. They returned home Monday afternoon at C...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 30 March 1946

jrvfarch 30 IMC Pat 4 THE H-SU BRAND Hi -lights from the Pressbox By MELVIN SMITH MHHMUmMMWIUMWUHMMMHMWI Coach Woodson put u right straight on tho athlotic standing hora at H-SU and it looks like the boys aro out to make up for those four years we had to do without that spirit-building athlotlcs. With intor-city competition making its ontry into the sports scene this old city is likely to start rocking with some keen competition and glvo us reason for really backing tho toams. Coach thanked us for our spirit and backing of the basketball team he'll forgot that when he sees tho show tho fans put on for tho boys como next fall. Woodson Previews 1946 Hats off to tho track team for the splendid showing mode Thursday in tho A.C.C. track meet. Though tho team is small it should make us proud of it in the Border Conference meet May 7 and 10. Tho activity at the tennis courts has certainly increased during the last two weeks. All courts have been full from morning until night since Texas su...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 6 April 1946

Ground-Breaking Ceremony Marks Progress Toward Dream of Late President RZ1 mr- mm Mrs. J. D. Sandefer Turns First Soil As Construction of Memorial Goes Underway Mm. J. D. Sandefer Sr widow of the late Hardin-Simmons president turned the first shovel of dirt for the new Sandefer Memorial building in a formal ground-breaking ceremony Tuesday morning. Before a large audienco composed of HardhvSlmmons students and faculty townspeople and a number of special guests the ceremony began at lltOO a.m. with W. P. Wright chairman of the Board of Trustees as master of ceremonies. The 30-mlnute program broadcast by radio station KRBC was opened with the HardhvSlmmons Anthem played by the University band. Wright then introduced Dr. Thom- as A. Patterson Baptist minister of Dallas who read the favorite Scrip- tures of President Sandefer the 13th chapter of 1 Corinthians and the 22nd chapter of Proverbs. Declaring that Dr. Julius Olscn had linked his life with that of San- defer Wright introduced O...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 6 April 1946

Pms THE H-SU BRAND April 6 1946 1 H I lilaini PL tlf AaUot April 11 noniinntion blanks will be placed in the book- store for what is perhaps the most important student elec- tion ever held at Hardin-Simmons. The largest student body in the history of the school will select the officers who will serve it next year. Officers to be elected are president vice-president secretary treas- urer social chnirman and one councilman each from the sophomore junior and senior classes for the student council. An Intramural Council member and a yell leader from each of these thrco classes will also be chosen in accordance with the recently amended constitution. For the many new students on the campus the following is a brief explanation of the procedure: Nomination blanks will be placed in the bookstore April 11. You need only to write the name of the person you wish to nominate at the top of a sheet designated for that particular office ; or if the person has already been nominated simply sign you...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 6 April 1946

April 6 1946 THE M-SU BRAND rat i jWL.Sii ' HuVAVaVaVaVaVAVaKi J 'vMBrBaflVflVflVflVflW' sFBBflVflVflVflBk ff t Jll glpHEEJ2SHBBBBW9BBBBB JB ?yM 9flYflYs fv ". PBBflBJBBflBflBflBflBflHHJi IHHBBBflBflBflBflkv !SUMKjBBflBflBflBflv -mwBfcn .Tfe $7TTBBBi!r9EBBHl9HBBHHBBBlSABJL Aw ' J4..'jS ...flBflB VAVAVAVAhbVAVAVAVAVAhvbhVbVAVAVAVAVAVAbVAVmhT s99BI9hubVAVAVAVAVAVAVAVAVJbi r VYflVflVflVflVflVflVAVr l -jk rxwvypMLJat Mm r 'LYBaYBaYBawBaYBfliBiSiBBvilLYBaYBaa r h ILaBBBBBBflLakiSItBB v lll'i ?!iJ::aaffaffaffaffaffaffM ffaffaffaF!Baffaffaffa1 ffaffBBffafffl&'HBffaffaffKliiiiBfa'affaffaffa 'liMMMm'KTjSm SIbhbTbTbhbVbVIbbVbibTbTbTbTbTbTb PICTORIAL REVIEW OF GROUNDBREAKING Top Left- Mrs. Sandcfor receives a bouquet of jonquils from President Richardson while Miss Thclma Andrews libra- rian seated at left awaits her turn to bo introduced and Dean Truett Walton confers with W. P. Wright master of ceremonies. In the right background is part of the university concert band. Center left Dr. Mi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 6 April 1946

THE H-SU BRAND April 6 lftt Pat 4 f First Week Of Spring Training Promises Better Team Than '42 Woodson Shows Boys Primary Grid Tactics Spring training which began lait Monday appears to be on ol the largest and mott promising aver to be auembled at HardkvSlmmoht ttadium. according to a report from Coach Warren Woodson. Approximately 60 men reported for the first day of practice and the squad increased one or two each day through the week. This week was spent chiefly In working on the fundamentals and In ball handling. "The principal aim of the coaches at the present time Is to mtUw the men to see which are going to make the best material" Woodson said. The number of men reporting this week stacked three deep at most positions and as many as 10 are try- ing out for other positions. Several of the former members of the 1942 team are expected to report hero this week. Word was received here Tuesday afternoon that J. C. (Bullet) Cook from Balrd was home from England and was to report f...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 27 April 1946

SBSSSSw: " Texas High Will Invade Election Mag first Bounds is Student Prexy Without Opponent-Maybe Frank Bounds junior from San Antonio will automatically becomo student president unless another candidate receives a majority of votes on ballot fill-ins. Warren Hultgren Johnny McLaughlin and Bill Scott withdrew their nomination for president to run for another position. fmmmm Well now I know. I've often wondered what it would be like to be editor of the Brand. It's a big job but it has been fun and it gives you a sorta "look what I did" feel- ing. The "Student Program" presented in chapel Tuesday was very well re- ceived. Efforts of all the "students" were deeply appreciated. We should have more chapel programs like that or have a student day more often. Sort of peps things up. Now's our chance to study more and attend to those notebooks term themes correspondence courses etc. before that last minute. We should remember that all the work has to be done sometime so it might as well b...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 27 April 1946

f- ) f'.l Paget L.w THE K-IU BRAND AfU it. IMS lEfottorialfi Am CUctUH-Stop and CohUJi ""-' Election time is almost hcrel In the springtime the nvcragc Hardin-Simmons student's fancy may turn to thoughts of love hut occupying his mind as well will he schemes of getting his favorite candidate (or mayhc himself) elected to a campus office. Student positions arc important. The young man or woman who accepts the responsibilities that go with( such leadership should do so with the knowledge that it is for more than a pay check or his name in the paper each week. Eligibility to run for an office and capability to hold an office depend on more than how many friends one has or how many clubs one belongs to. Doubtless friends and club brethren are the strongest of supporters and often times aro responsible for electing a particular student to an office. But no matter how much we would like to sec our friends or fellow club members or ourselves become campus leaders it's more important that w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 27 April 1946

April 27. 1MI THE H-1U BRAND ' A life Dallas News Music Critic Praises Walkow Concert By PEQQY LOUISE JONES of tho Dallas Newt Rose Shirley Walkow who sang Sunday afternoon at the Dallas Mu- seum of Fine Arts Is one of the more finished musicians to be presented this year on the weekly recital scr- ies sponsored by the Museum League and Mu Phi Epsllon. The young coloratura a pupil of Ethel Radcr at Hnrdln-Slmmons University In Abilene exhibited less stridency almost as much technical precision and a good deal more in- terpretive sensitivity for her years and cxperircncc than say the veto- ran Meliza Korjus bothered to achieve in her concert here last fall. Miss Walkow's voice was always clear and sometimes silvery sweet even in the upper registers. She seemed to hove more flexibility of volume than might reasonably be expected and her delivery was poised and suave. It would be interesting to hear her in other circumstances than the tricky acoustics of the Sculpture Court. Of the fou...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 27 April 1946

Pat 4 TKI K-1U MAMD April 17 1MI Woodson's Boys To Give Grid Show At 3 P. M. whumv yj)M(M( f4MttftfWGlW WmBi BBS jBhgHs Pam rtii bbbbv ZiMJrPJ bbf&bbbyvbbbbbbbYs is ri tssSwCaflBKKv sysLysLssLysLyB .ALysysysysysysysysV SLysysysysysiYsysysTs WZlM COWBOY LINEUP Top picture left to right: Team No. 2 Backi Bob Erwln Breckenridge; Morris SouthalL Vernon) WllUo Scott Hamlin; Pat Bailey South Bend Ind. Line A. B. Foster. Clyde) Wilmer Hie- bert Wichita Kans.j Charles Ford Abilene Howard McChesney Van Nuys Calif.j E. G. Foster Midland Cooper Pennsylvania Jack Boles Abilene. Toam No. 1 Backs Alvin Johnson Dublin; Bullet Cook Balrd; Raymond Troutman Abllone; Doc Mobley Paducah. Line Robert McChesney Van Nuys Calif.: Clifton Patton Eula; Al Milch. San Angelo: Red Cleveland Sinton Jack Ellison Hamlin; Herman Raphelt Stamford; Breezy Cox. Merkel. Bill Bender Elected New F.T.A. President At a recent meeting of the Jeffer- son Davis Sandcfcr chapter of Fu- ture Teachers of America officers wer...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 4 May 1946

V0lt XXX " " imjSFfcgjI1'' ' "" H'SU ABILENE. TEXAS MAY 4. 1946 QtoU Annual -ditob GanyiatulatioH ' Bill Scatt and JVeiu Gauncilmen Bill Scott To Head Herschel Schooley Former Prof. With Navy in Washington Lt. Comdr. Herschel Schooley for- mer Hardin-Simmons University publicity man and journalism profes- sor and formerly of the Reporter- News editorial staff is now on duty in the Navy department in Wash- ington. An Associated Press story from Washington by Tex Easley told to- day of Schooley's assignment. It read in part: "A Navy department public rela- tions official on duty here is Lt. Comdr. Herschel Schooley on leave from his press and public contact job with Hardin-Simmons Univer- sity at Abilene. He works closely with Admiral Chester W. Nimitz and between those two Texans the Lone Star state gets recognition. "For instance in a speech Nimitz made recently at Macon Ga. copies of which were widely distributed to the ress by Schooley the Chief of Naval Operations said among othe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 4 May 1946

S.w. W""f" -fy . vrt " - 5S ' -f '. ' v ; r THE H-SU BRAND May 'vJiSjmTV ' Cf )v m -v - 1W ( TJ-M . r I' A I.W - '3 miii urr . rak -J . 3$ rv?v . 4 flfci.' :;jr a tzMtorialu .'. . vM Jf-Sl4 jfowutaUlm One of the things which should le included in the post- war curriculum changes of Hardin-Siminons University is ' an expanded journalism department. A great deal of interest is displayed in the publication of the annuals and school papers in the Texas high schools and if 1I-SU could offer a wider variety of supervised work in this field many students would be attracted. Some high school graduates who come to II-SU are (lis-' appointed at the lack of interest shown in the Urand-ttroneo work and either change their major or perhaps their schon!. Actually the majority of the work on both publications is done by their respective editors with little or no interest or aid from other sources. The Brand particularly is handicapped by a lack of income to buy pictures. The use of lively up-to-da...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 4 May 1946

May 4 1846 THE H-iU BRAND '.It?' r I bbbbbbbVP I .bBP ' HBBk PlH& 'MSHbbVI P'Bam 3Mbbw 1 9i bbbbH 9HL iTt c .ftottfiv.... rviT j mHQHMIIbbIHbb RUTH ELAINE WEST Ruth Elaine West Soprano Presents Senior Recital Sunday Ruth Elaine West soprano a sen- ior student in Hardln-Simmons Uni- versity will be presented in her senior voice recital Sunday at 4 p.m. in Caldwell hall by Dean E. Edwin Young. Miss West is n stu dent of Ethel Radcr head of the voice and ensemble department of the university and will receive her bachelor of arts degree June 3. Her program will. Include When Two That Love Are Parted (Secchi); Aria: Obeissons quan leur voix (Mas- senet); Aria: La Zingara (Donizet- to); Lungi dal caro bene (Guiseppe Sarti); Aria: Jewel Song (Gounod); To the Children (Serge Rachmani- noff); A Birthday. (R. Huntington Woodman); Evening Song (Clara Edwards); The Forest of Oaks (Alex- ander McFadycn); The White Swan (George P. Hulten); and Song of the Robin (Anna Case). Accompanist will b...

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