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

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Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 4 June 1946

EXTRA Vol. XXX No. 32 d ' i'-i$8nSlZwteHzkf'-X':-55- H-SU ABILENE TEXAS JUNE 4 1946 Standard Oil President Addresses 111 H-SU In 54th Annual Commencement Ceremony Here .More Ztorm Space Needed For Summer Session 1946 Bronco Dedicated to Rudd Sisters By FLOY JOHNSON The 194G Btonco was issued to stu- dents at Parramorc stadium Friday morning by Editor John Earl Seellg and his staff. Dedicated to Misses Eva and Una Rudd English and mathematics teachers the Bronco featured a cover portraying the fu- ture Hardin-Simmons campus as planned by the Greater Hardln-Sim-mons development committee. Cover design was done in purple and white with lettering in gold. Dedicated in chapel services as a memorial to the H-SU gold star boys the Bronco featured a special memorial message written by Rev. W. E. King of the University Bap- tist Church a former army chaplain. H-SU exes who gave their lives in World War II were pictured in the following pages. Included also in the "In Memoriam" section were L...

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

i t i'"'?V l ' K..' i THE K-IU BHAHD June 4 1MI l 'i&- ?. Vul lEMtonaia ... American Colleges Out of Date American education today lags far behind the paco be- ing set by modern science according to Harlan Logan editor of Look Magazine. In his article "The Failuro of Amer- ican Education" appearing in the current issue ho launches a campaign for the completo reform of educational adminis- tration and revision of present curricula. Ho asserts that our schools and colleges with a few notable exceptions are habit-ridden and tradition-bound and that they fail to pre- pare their students to meet the widening complications of modern civilization. In his charges Mr. Logan brings not only educators but parents and citizens within tho rango of his fire. Teach- ers for tho most part are exonerated as being helpless in a system not of their own making; but ho blasts tho ad- ministrators superintendents principals presidents deans and department heads who could bring about many neces- sary ...

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

It. v jum 4 mi THE H.SU BRAND Katharyn Duff to Head Ex-Cowgirl Association New officers elected Sunday by the Hardin-Simmons Ex-Cowgirls Association arc Katharyn Duff presi- dent Mrs. Will Henry Honey vice- president and June Gregg Dunn secretary-treasurer. Elghty-slx former and presen; Cowgirls attended the annual Round-up breakfast given at the Windsor hotel. Retiring officers of the exes as- sociation arc Mrs. Lacy Beckham president; Mrs. Dallas Murphy vice- president; and Mrs. Gaines Shults treasurer. Mrs. Joe Grba Is per- manent faculty sponsor of the asso- ciation. History of the club organized in 1D25 was related by Mildred Cald- well Mrs. Herring Bounds Dr. Vir- ginia Boyd Ollle Lena Olson Frances Wright Wcstbrook Boa Agnew Shackelford and June Gregg Dunn. Minnie Alice Mayficld Cow- girl president told of organization activities duirng the last three years and Introduced new officers for next year; Frances Ubbcn of Hamlin president; Martha Webb of Hot Spring Ark. vice-presid...

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

THI H-IU BltAMD Jun 4 1946 Johnson Cleveland Named Captains of 1946 Eleven Al Johnson quarterback from Dublin and John "Red" Cleveland center from Corpus Chrlstl have been elected as the captain and co- captaln of the 1040 Hardln-Slmmons University football team respec- tively. Both have just returned to the campus after almost three years of military service. Johnson was In the Marine Corps and served well over n year in the South Pacific area. Cleveland was a pilot of a B-17 and reached the rank of first lieutenant in the Air Corps. Both are Hardln-Slmmons letter- men who played on the first string of that almost legendary 1042 Bor- der Conference championship team. Both will be classified as juniots next year and both received their freshman numeral in '41 and the varsity letter in '42. Both are six feet tall and weigh in the vicinity of 180 lbs. The Cowboy schedule for this fall California!! Member of H-SU's First Class Attends Reunion includes six home games with Mc Murry on Se...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 21 September 1946

m wm. Mff.'V i.'vr Vol. XXXI No. 1 H-SU ABILENE. TEXAS SEPTEMBER 21. 1946 IS56fo 4oottall ftfcl to. the coma "Qvitif Actel rr ENROLLMENT Traditionally the first paragraph of this column is devoted to wel- coming newcomers to the campus. So we'll say it now we're glad you are here. But a friendly word of warning. A lot of you in college for the first time came here with big ideas of being a sudden flashing success. You have resolved to study hard and become popular. It's easy to de- cide but hard to carry out. Home- sickness (and that's no disgrace) and disappointment in lack of color on the campus may disillusion you. The thing to do is stick it out. Give the school a break because it's a great place once you get to know it. The color comes when you get the feeling when you can look back and remember things with a chuckle. Take comfort in the obvious fact that you won't be new long. If you arc interested in having copies of the Brand sent to your family see Bill English business man...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 21 September 1946

IV' l I J t Pa THX M-SU 81 September 31 1946 i M c f v its. & X fr L' H- J'r" n . m f Ptik ' lE&itartaisi ... & Be QiUndl Consider the poor freshman 1 Having left nil that is dear and familiar to him he finds himself on n strange campus surrounded by strange people. Ho is confused and bewildered. The housing short- age demands that he share living quarters with a number of other equally bewildered freshmen. He has answered questions filled out applications submitted various documents and data. He has taken psy- chological math and English exams. He has stood in end- less lines for food for registration for assignments and re- assignments. His feet ache ; his morale is ebbing dangerously low; and with a minimum of encouragement lie would pack " his bags und take the next bus home. He observes the uppcrclassmcn on the campus joyously greeting and being greeted by friends and classmates. To him it seems that everybody knows everyone else and that ho is on the outside lookin...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 21 September 1946

t r t Stptmbr 31 1948 U BMAKD rt 3 !?. 2000 Volumes Micro-Film Added to Library During Year Staff Member of Abilene Reporter-News Named Campus Sports Publicity Director 'l iS'-'' mi BBBH JACK DURHAM Jack Dm ham staff member of the Abilene Reporter News has been appointed sports publicity diiector for Hnrdln-Simmons. Durham who has been associat- ed with newspaper woik for about 20 years cot his stall in Danville Ky. his home town at the age of 10 by doing extras on his high school and local paper. Later he entered the University of Kentucky and Worked in the journalism depart- ment for about one year. He return- ed home to become city editor of his home town weekly newspaper. In 1937 Dm ham went west and woiked with the Salt Lake Tribune and Telegram as police reporter. Durham has one distinction which few others can claim. He once went to jail 11 times in 10 days. That he claims Is the high point of his career. It happened when some of the people of Danville hang- ed their legislat...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 21 September 1946

' Pag 4 THE H-SU BRlND September 21. 1946 b r Cowboys Fair Park Stadium Tonig Nine Lettermen Back For Season's First Tilt Football fans in Abilene and vicinity will got a good look at both Border Conference and Texas Conference talent when the local school teams the Hardin-Simmons Cowboys and McMurry college Indians meet at Fair Park Stadium tonight nt 0:00 o'clock. For the past week coach Warren Woodson has been driving the Ranchers through rough and tumble tractics devoting principal attention to work on the H-SU T-formatlon with special attention on the aroial attack which is expected to play an important part in all Cowboy games. Woodson will be shooting plenty of speed and deception at the Bra- ves with a backfield headed by "Little Doc" Moblcy the nation's leading ground gainer a record established in 1942. Hank Brown at fullback and the powerful J. C. "Bullet" Cook will enable the Ranchers to have a lct- tcrman at each of the secondary posts. Other veterans from the '42 team ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 28 September 1946

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 28 September 1946

O ' j " - Is-. kt -rx n hv I- v f K t ;H. ragal THE H-SU BRAND September 21 1141 lEMturtaifli . . . IUohJu to. iU Vacuity II-SU has a remarkable staff and faculty I Have you stopped to consider that for the past two weeks the administrative staff and faculty of Hardin-Simmons has been under the terrific strain of registering hous- ing and trying to plcaso and provide facilities for over 1G0Q students? This has been complicated by the fact that the facilities of the school Avcre intended to accomodate only about half that number. The carefully worked-out schedule had to bo rearrang- ed roviscd and new classes and labs added. Living quarters had to be secured for hundreds of students who arrived hero to find themselves "homeless". "With these problems and their possible solutions in mind the faculty listened sympathetically to constant clamor and complaint by stu- dents who could not get the courses they wanted at tho exact hours which pleased them. Now classes are underway. The hasti...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 28 September 1946

m&' ' yrn" September 39 IMS THE H-SU BRAND ttfi RANCHERS SEEK SECOND WIN P WML TKsrK f -'"P r'' '-.wP'k mw 'iHIHH 1946 COWBOY ROSTER No. Player SO Jack Boles .... Pos. Wt. Ht. Age Hometown . E. 175 5'10" 22 Abilene .-. TOUCHDOWN! A Cowboy ploughs over the goal line in the thick of a non-conference battle with the McMurry Indians September 21. The tally li one of five made by the H-SU eleven while the McMurrlans were held scoreless. McMurrians Held Scoreless By Strong Simmons Eleven Hardin-Simmons university Cow- boys' lived up to their expectations last Saturday night by overpower- ing the McMurry Indians 31-0 at Fair Park stadium. Some 6500 fans watched the intra- city clastic in which fullback Virgil (Dogie) Turner kid brother to pro- ball player Clyde (Bulldog) Turner was the spark of the Ranchers T- formation. The northslde Baptists scored easily in each of the first three per- iods and twice in the fourth. Rudolph (Little Doc) Mobley the nations leading ground gainer chalk-...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 28 September 1946

r Pf4 THE H-8U BRAND Sspttmbtr 28 194B If. kkkkKll&2ikkkkkkkkkiiiQ5!3iiMi kfcfcfcfcfcfcfcpfcfcfcfcfcK!l&TfcTi THIS IS SOME CHANGE From looking out aftor army men for iivo years to caring for co-eds is a big change for Lcona King newly appointed campus nurse. Miss King is a graduate of the Parkland Hospital School of Nursing Dallas. Sho entered the army in 1941 and has served in France Holland Belgium and Germany with the 123rd Evacuation Hospital unit. She came hero after her discharge February 9 of this year to study for a degree in nursing education so sho can toach. McGregor the most famous namo in sportswear is sold in Abilene at MINTER'S. Every man who likes something new in sports clothes will want to see these now McGRE- GOR STYLES now on display MIN- TER'S Men's Department- 1st floor. DR. PEPPER BOTTLING COMPANY Abilene Recess For Dr. Pepper v m k Smm Tonight's Game- (Continucd from Pago 3) and Al Milch will slave at guards along with sub-Capt. Red Cleveland center; ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 5 October 1946

tllnlllVWtl r- "" rf V lVSTjTtfJfJSI join 5K55CT4RBg(piwjjjppp WP4'MWAff!pmMmHmHHMHHHHHMHwr - tr ljBjrtfct?'Uf'''1'''1 "' " -- Vol XXXI Mo. 3 iMii4B$K$'f': "-" HSU' ABILENE. TEXAS OCTOBER 5 1946 San jJaU StaU Upperclassmen Nominated For Who's Who in Colleges Forty-three H-SU students have been nominated for Who's Who Among Students In American Universities and Colleges. Election of nine- teen out of these will be held next Wednesday during chapel. Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges sponsored annually by the University of Alabama are select students chosen to represent the school in this national honorary organization. The .0-y1;. l)$Mffiffij$M First of all we want to express our appreciation .to students in the journalism depaitmcnt for their co- operation in putting out the Brand. Practically every story in it is written by a different student ex- cept on Wood Butler's sport page. Most of the stories are making the deadline which always makes the printer...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 5 October 1946

if. If V.I ' V - ' g iV I; ; ' ' x l H Xr . Ft' K4 t ft? K hfe i- v ? Utv r h.1 Ss fe. I ft V..' & L) 2 Vr 5v. v? - rJ't: V0- f W It- c?rf -r ' t.3 ft Jl y" T -1 I c r. Kdf -V-i I."'.f " VV f THE H-SU BRAND fttariata . . . MmU I Oum Bid Freshmen receive moro criticsm good and bad than any other students on tho campus. In the midst of attention rccoivcd they aro un- consciously building tho foundation for their whole college career. Cleaning rooms washing and ironing clothes and otho similar tasks aro not a part of good clean hazing. No freshman should be a slave or a doormat I But it is traditional for frosli girls to wear green ribbons on tho campus all the time and every day until after tho homecoming game. Pish are expected to "drossup" at pep rallies and to perform antics during several of the band numbers; at football games they have al- ways been tho errand-runners and scapegoats for jokes. If howover a freshman rebells against the traditional and reasonable demands of upp...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 5 October 1946

- -A y-Ji 4 ' m . V OftokMlJtM THE K.IU MAND i' " wmmm i I' ' i" P RE-WAR RIVALRY GAME TONIGHT Ranchtrs to Engagt ''Flying Spartans In Home Team's First Conference Tilt A pre-war intersectlonalrivalry will be renewed tonight at Fair Park stadium when Hardln-Simmons university Cowboys engage the "Flying Spartans" of San Jose State. It is no secret that coach "Bill" Hubbard and his Californlans have .already been nominated In many quarters for top honors on the Pacific Coast this year. The 1940 Spartans have every- thing desired by a football .mentor especially one adopting the "T" formation great ends fast and heavy tackles speedy guards good centers smart passing quarter- backs halfbacks that can run pass and kick and fullbacks capable of running .the ends as well as smash- ing the center of the line. Hubbard has four players all letttrnwn who could undoubtedly play on any first team on the Paci- fic Coast today. All are potential .candidates. for All-Coast honors and Probable Start...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 5 October 1946

fwmtfiimmw tihwmrfimw' "r.y . r4 THE H-1U BRAND October 6 1MB M t' a H Work on Behrens Chapel to Be Completed Within Month In the accounts of the foundation and growth of Hardln-Slmmons the most romantic chapters contain the stories of the struggle to finance and construct buildings to accomodate the increasing throngs of students. But few buildings on the campus have withstood as many face-liftings have been as much discussed and survived as many revamplngs as the modern Behrens chapel scheduled for completion in the next few weeks. Through the efforts of Dr. W. R. White to obtain a $25000.00 dona- tion from Mrs. W. J. Behrens widow of the late W. J. Behrens who for several years served as president of the board of trustees remodeling of the original. structure was made possible. The chapel was built in 1927. In 1940 the Baptist General Con- vention met in Abilene and many of the services were to be held in the H-SU Chapel building but It was soon discovered that seating capacity w...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 12 October 1946

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 12 October 1946

(?(OS "r ?&''' 7Wfir '"W"i5i -?v 'ijir pte a THE H-BU BRAND October 12. IMS lEuttariais . RELATIVES ON THE "FORTY-ACRES" NUMBER 170 BUck Pad V-wr ff "i?" - h s u '' . ' fe Hardin-Simmons can boast nn undefeated and untied football tciim and a world-famous Cowboy Band among other prized possessions; yet slio may find herself lacking the greatest nssct a school can have in intercollegiate re- lationship good sportsmanship. Anyone who attended the H-SU-San Jose game will admit that the student body as a whole exhibited anything but a sportsmanlike attitude at that contest. Students and other fans yelled "Japs!" and "Tojol" at two Japancscs players on San Jose State's team. If thoy had taken the trouble to investigate they would have discovered that they were Ncisi and American citizens. By the time a student reaches college he should have come to recognize the purpose of having officials at football games. They arc on the field for the sole purpose of making decisions concerning th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 12 October 1946

October 12 IMS THE H-SU BRAND Vat 9' I ' v- a ( : .. '- 1 c ""TCI' ft Ij..'.- i . .T.1 V f : S.r Conference Game With New Hex. Univ. Scheduled for Friday at Albuquerque McChesney Polous See Action in. Spartan Game McCHESNEY By WOOD Bob McChesney right end from Van Nuys Calif. did some fancy pass catching and running in last week's tussle when the Hardin- Simmons Cowboys downed San Jose State 34-7. McChesney accounted for two tallies on pitches from quarterback Al Johnson. One toss netted 51 yards after the Californlan had done some nice sidestepping. -The other touch- down pass was good for 37 yards. Also pictured is Tony Poulos coach Warren Woodson's choice for place-kick specialist. The husky guard and farmer '42 lcttcrman has made seven conversions in eight tries. Poulos booted three for three in the K-Statc game and accounted for the other four in last week's intcrscctional clash. Virgil (Dugie) Turner who play- ed come good football the past few weeks has been sidelined due to ...

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