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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 12 October 1946

Pat 4 THE H-SU BRAND October 12 IMS K Bob Cowsar Former H-SU Athlete Is Back in School By D. A. The O.I. Bill has brought another former H-SU athlete back to school He Is Bob Cowsar a six footthreo Inch 215 pound professional base- ball player. Bob was a malnstrlng baskctballer here in '39 and '40 and a two year lettcrman in football. He was the pitcher on the first baseball team H-SU entered Into the City League in 1038. Bob had another year of eligibil- ity loft but ho quit school In the spring of 1940 and started playing professional baseball with Lameia in the West Texas-New Mexico League in 1941. He started as a pit- cher and was good but his first time at bat helped him to switch to the outfield. Ho hit a home run. While In the Navy Bob really hit his stride as a hitter and outfielder. In 1944 the Pcnsacola Naval Air Station team had as its outfield Tommy Ncal in right Ted Williams in center and Cowsar in left. Ncal was voted the most valuable play- er in the Southern Associat...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 19 October 1946

;HHIrv''" ATTENTION! Tickets for the Sweetwater football game and Special train tickets will be sold to students beginning Monday morning Oct- ober 21 in the H.SU Business office. Print are at follows! Reserve teat for game Round-trip train ticket Seating capacity of the Special train is limited to COO. Time of train departure will be announced later. i wMjtmMjLL l L .'jBjPJCMfl'tw rti - vol. xxxr no. s - i ' :wmJJlajWi' '- h-su. abilene texas. October 19. 1946 LBPaw A? 'pJ&wflT m AwsL--bw Aw AwratJ&MnB&HMMnlHRwflRw J1bPbBP-PP Awl WMrsKavm ir hii m i 11 'I yaiHuu v Faculty Honored at President's Home Three Greek Letter Clubs Active at H-SU There are three active Greek letter organizations Alpha Chi Beta Mu Kappa and Alpha Psi Omega on the H-SU campus. Each of these groups is affiliated with a national organization. Alpha Chi was founded in 1925 by Dr. Julius Olscn for whom the chapter is named. Members are composed of the upper 10 per cent of the junior and senior classe...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 19 October 1946

n rr v J tt sl THE k-tU BRAND Octefeer 19 1M H Bttanai . . . CHOWHANDS HAVE A SYSTEM OF THEIR OWN BUck Pad fcTl? ?j M 1 i- t X r. i' i ?v . . 4 J? i'Q ' :n u JUm Uod JfandouU? A student stopped in at the Brand offico this week and made what we think was a pretty good suggestion. It was about students bring- ing visiting parents to the "bcanery" to eat. During tho first few days of a new semester no charges aro mado to families who have come to see "junior" started off to school and who decido to eat in tho bcanery for tho fun of it. But as" tho first week sinks into the past little books aro pulled out and tho cash register starts to jinglo. " Our anoymous friend said that ho saw noth- ing in tho world wrong with this. Some parents would probably come quite persistently if it cost them nothing. Tho point is that ho thinks parents or broth- ers and sisters who como maybe only once or twice a year during tho MIDDLE of the seme- ster should not havo to pay for a meal in the beancry. Th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 19 October 1946

T:: WWf&mifg; OetoUrlilM THE H-8U BRAHD Ml i. Hardin -Simmons Cowboys Swamp New Mexico Univ. 49-0 SPECIALIZING IN COLORFUL DEMONSTRATIONS These and other member! of the Cowgirls will appear at Hardin-Simmons games throughout the season. Left to right first row are Earlene Arnold Bar bara McQuary and Gay Shlpp: in the center row are Martha Schooler Frances Ubben and Betty Jo Pearcei and at the top are Pat Murray Dorothy Estep and Margie Shaw. Arizona Looms as H-SU's Most Formidable Tussle Second Conference Game Slated Oct. 26 Hardin - Simmons Cowboys will meect their second conference foe of the Border conference the Ari- zona State Bulldogs of Tcmpe Sat- urday October 20 In the Mustang Bowl nt Sweetwater. The Bulldogs have not been too impressive in previous contests. They opened their schedule with a 0-6 tie with Williams Field. The next week-end Tcmpe dropped a one- side affair with the University of Arizano 67-0. The next melee found the Bull- dogs their only win; a nudge ove...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 19 October 1946

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 26 October 1946

H m Vol. XXXI No e CT ' n t B?M?Af-Ciy. . . -"" Z Special Train To Leave At Five P. ML For Sweetwater List for Convention At Waco Reaches 216 Steadily Rising Steadily mounting reservations in the B. S. U. office for the B. S. U. Convention at Waco have reached and passed the goal of 200 which had been set for the campus. According to Joy Smith office secretary reg- istration has reached 216. Hardin-Simmons is responsible for the planning of the annual banquet the crowning social event of the trip which will be staged on Sat urday night. Joyce Canon chairman of the committee stated that a foot- ball theme will be carried out in the "Touchdown Banquet" emceed by "Coach" Bob Denny wittiest of Southern toastmastcrs. A barbecue will be hosted on the campus by one of the local churches for the incoming students Friday night and Dr. W. A. Criswell pastor of the First Baptist Church in Dal- las will be the speaker for the even- ing. Saturday morning forums will be conducted by outstanding l...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 26 October 1946

i) tltr ""p -x i. f ) . THE H-SU BRAND October 26 1948 Lm v '7 - I It I v :4i g j-.j -A) ?j. v . i " i - ftMtorials . . . &04 iM am In trying to cover my assignment for the BRAND this week I enmo across what seems to mo to bo a very deplorable situation. I was to get a story on tho Lettcrmaus' Club and to get the facts I was told to see "Doc" Mobley or Jack Ellison. You all know theso two men by their reputation on tho gridiron but how many of you know them personally or oven well enough to recognize them when you see them! I didn't. I went out on tho campus to get somcono to point them out to mo so I could get tho in- formation for my story. I started inquiring among friends to find someone who knew them and could point them out to me but I had to ask ten or twelve students before I could find anyone who knew these men when they saw them. I was ashamed of myself and the others for not knowing two men who have done so much to help put 1I-SU "on tho map" until I thought about it ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 26 October 1946

T ""I V f" i KrVf Kiv "'.""V.' h sj IV ' . i 4 M m Kr I4 4'i-. '- i 9..f A f 6- tc ' 9 JTlAtn 1 " 1 October 26 1948 THE H-8U BRAND QHSW lr Y OBTBMBBIBHmSPBBBBBBBBBBBBE51lMtaBlBBBYiR ':af-iJ r 'E. HBBBiHflKNHliHBBBuHx?'ssssssBrVlrK xiflHBHr w t & aBBVJBHHHMb i4.iit VAHHHBBHHHHHHb: tISBkHBHHHH ssssssMBssssssssssssswBSH'BHBMHHMHkKH sliKK&lBBBBBBBBBBBflHBBl s!SSSSH99HMWHBBHHHHBB9HRBHHHBB'Smkm JlflSlilSIl iJlffl'!fer; l-jfi m hflrrMHMBfnwBBBMBBM iOmIBB ?M1WwJMBmmmJPBmmmBm Riding Stables Big Attraction On Hardin-Simmons Campus LEARNING TO HIDE Janice Robertson instructs a clasi on horseback as she leads it around the school's training ring. The stables afford a strong attraction for students of all ago groups and nationalities. Cowboys Tangle With Ariz M OM is MSMSSJMBBMB .State Homecoming this Afternoon At West Texas State College The H-SU riding academy one of the chief attractions on the campus upholds the Cowboy tradition and typifies the western atmosphere of the school. The ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 26 October 1946

Pat 4 THE H-iU MAHD Oetobtr 26. 1946 it I ' ' ilWII ' i 14 - i A iiiiySETisjS8iiis.$' 'J6f Vtxi -i. Church Choir Eltcts Officers at Muting Ada Sullivan was elected presi- dent of the University Baptist church choir recently when mem- bers met with Jack Dean choir director. Other new officers include John Pctry first vice-president; Lcroy Hall second vice-president; Lucille Wallace secretary-treasurer; Inez Ballenger librarian; and Ray G11H-. land reporter. A social was held after a rehear- sal this week in the home of Ora Lee Alexander choir member. o From Editors Desk- (Contimicd from page 2) Mines in El Paso; New Mexico A&M lost to Arizona of Flagstaff 14-0. Changing Chino-- GUESS WHO? Unusually well drosscd for tho Junior party Monday evening wero these Hardin-Simmons studonts. If you can identify them please don't . . . everyone wiH appreciate your consideration. Talent Fun Highlight Party Talent fun and crazy costumes showed up at the Junior "Tacky Party" Monday night. Even...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 2 November 1946

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

1-Jr ' V K H rf " MoTMiibcr 2 IMS lotteutia . r. T'r 0 We are of the opinion that is would be pretty hard to talk too much about our foot- ball team. The Cowboys rated low in pre-sea-son estimates by experts have ascended by leaps and bounds to gain a hold among the top three of Border Conference elevens. The game Friday night will go a long way toward proving the Ranchers' mettle but un- til then wo want to brag a little. In 1942 Hardin-Simmons had a team that came up with the Border Conference cham- pionship undefeated and untied. It went on to the Sun Bowl for a game New Year's day of 1943 and thcro lost a hard-fought battle to a Second Air Forco team. Now wo have a dark horse team which looks like it is on its way again. It is composed of many who were here before the war and you can bet they havo their eyes on the Sun Bowl. Among those the nation is watching are Little Doc Moblcy who is rated second nation- ally in running and Al Johnson who with a fair measure of success in th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 2 November 1946

n m November 3 IMS THE H-SU BRAND t V iL H-SU Shares Top il Honors With Arizona Cowboys Toehold in Conference Threatened in Contest Tonight TENTH IN THE NATION And UU going hard are the Hardin-Simmons Cowboys: Left to right in top row are HalL Hamil Clark P. Bailey. Jonot Walton E. Petty A. B. Foster Timms Smith Cox Bynum and Blanchard. Second rowt Echoli Paul Petty Helbert Taylor Cooper Rowan Harris Raphelt England Blocker Steadman Boles. Third row: Clardy R. Cook. Poulos Brown Mobley Johnson 'Cleveland Milch Ellison. J. C. Cook Hed rick H. McChesnoy. Fourth row: Troutman Solo Turnor C. F. Bailey. B. McChesnoy Southall Forsytho Hole Scott. E. G. Foster. 4iom the 'Sdltvtb QiLi- H-SU Squad is Mostly from Within 300 Facts about the squad An interesting factor about the undefeated and untied Hardin-Sim-mons university Cowboys is the territory their football roster repre- sents. Other than a few out-of-state squadmen the bulk of Coach War- ren Woodson's squad hall from towns not more th...

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

"" l''7w''' THE H-IU BRAND Novtmbar 2. IMS 71 "vjV f'4t vy.j v- Ate (leAxduticutiA Accepted CiUtaml So you think you have troubles to tell the Chaplain! This year the campus Is filled with preachers and religious educational directors. These have always been n subject of conversation among stu- dents. A good bit of that conversat- ion has moon critical (and true) about preachers knowing nothing about life. It used to be you could tell a preacher anywhere on the campus. He sported a tic wore a suit and carried a brief case. But this year it is different. You can spot Mack Colo still wearing hit Marine Corps khaki Coy Sims in his former Air corps officers uni- form or Glenn Easley in his O. D's. (now dyed brown). It has had an effect on the whole group. Most of the boys go without ties and the G. I.'s. wear some part of their former uniform almost every day. Some of these boys have combat records that are second to none. They served in every branch of ser- vice and were everything fro...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 9 November 1946

v i C1WKi i T " '"" ' Vol. XXXI No. 8 I riJjjLgli- H"su' ABILENE. TEXAS NOVEMBER 9 1946 " EMwK&BE&$.' :- .2W ' MiU Almtitice. 3ay PaiadU Anmiiticm 2af Pciadm SSSSSfl!lBSSSSSRr WWLKkfllH isSPisijBS kkkkW skkkkkHKJJBf I ' B PKwZ1P!3RniwIR VPjLbm.bbJbbbH fo4BKTr''3MirjBu cjBbbbbbbH BBBBBBBBBlBHvBBBBBBBHuUBYth?3f it l'!BBBMfBBw IIHmBH BBBBBBBBBRIBftfcBBBBBBBBBBsBlBBBVMsBBBEBBBi iBBBBYkBBBBKfBBBBBBBBBBBBBBl raOJBBBBHBar jEK-F-itvi! Grouped around Al Milch tho one California. Top row. left to right are: botton row left to right are: Raymond By GENE ATWOOD Since the first edition of the Brand rolled off the press this col- umn has been reserved by the edi- tors to express to the students their ideas and beliefs concerning every conceivable subject and with this in mind I consider it an honor that Editor Dickerson has asked mc to fill this space for her this week. We all love the "40 acres" and to many of us who were here before the war there are several sacred spots that we will al...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 9 November 1946

V THE H-tU BRAND November t 1M U y l M LSy' Fi ! lvW7 & V t 'Tt. f- lit? I . .. V 1 'A' . "?? fK i" ilsatifma education It is tho custom of the ago to scorn what is often called "superfluous erudition." If wo are to be plumbers say the proponents of this school let us bo tho finest plumbers ever but let us not trouble ourselves with anything else. And so with physicists chemists physi- cians poets and too many of the rest. ' Classics are reserved for classicists. Music is for musicians. In short wc have become a race of hgihly specialized animals. The very languages of our various fields are so diverse that it is often difficult for two men of the same town but of different occupations to con- verso together they say they have "no com- mon ground." And it is just that common ground that we need. Timo was when every educated man .knew his Milton his Aeschylus his Ovid and a great many other past geniuses. Now after fulfilling his requirements in English (or what- ever) the studen...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 9 November 1946

: Novtmfer t 1948 THE H-iU BRAND .; " EK& it if U: m ET JWr &; . r ... 3- . oi- 5 ' ai.- I5G;. Simmons Ranks High In National Game Statistics Rudolph (Little Doc) Mobloy who established n national record In 1942 by chalking up 1280 yards per rushing Is at It gain. An official re- lease of major-college statistics for Moblcy by the National Collegiate Athletic Bureau Is as fpllows: (1) Thirteenth In total offense with a total of 054 yards In 114 plays. (2) First in rushing wltti an aver- age of 109 yards per game. The team standing Is as follows: (1) Thirteenth In total offense with 2078 yards gained for an average of 340.3 per game. (2) Fifteenth in total defense al- lowing 1004 yards for an average of 167.3. (3) Sixth in rushing offense with a total of 1613 yards gained for an average of 268.8 per game. (4) Ninth In rushing defense al- lowing 477 yards for an average of 79.5 per game. Last night Hardin-Simmons uni- versity engaged a bitter rival. The Buffs have always been ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 9 November 1946

" tTW '' " T";ws - -t'v riv vfA Faf4 THE H-SU BRAND November 9 1W .t"ljlwTT"2rT 'yfiiw OifiT V" .-yf'"m!T-'ipiiii i -rcrf-'i'-wW''"yy'i' - f""' P.: M Mad JfU Monk Oh II Would By D. A. PARKER Smiths Outnumber All Names On Campus; Browns Second Well It seems that nil good things must come to nn end. Everything that goes up must como down etc. But here's a good example I think that will prove that such Is not al- ways the case. A group of cx-servlce men on the Minnesota University campus were tired of Kllroy. Everywhere they went they saw signs of Kilroy's famous pen. "Kllroy was here. Kll- roy died In line waiting for chow. Kllroy ate the chow first and then died. Kllroy slept here. And of course That's a lie my name's Kll- roy. and I ain't been here yet." They were plagued eternally by this gallavantlng demon and could stand It no longer. So one afternoon they reported to the campus dally that Kllroy had suffered injuries sustained when he was caught in the path of a mob of co-eds wh...

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

r ATTENTION Cowgirl and Cowboy band pictures will be taken Tuesday from one to four p. m. In the Bronco office. Retakes for faculty and for class pictures not yet taken will also bo made at that time. All secretaries of clubs and organisations are urged to turn In a list of members to Hywanah McFarland or Rue Copeland as soon as possible. Vol. XXXI No. 9 CL. Jjjfr ' - H-SU' ABILENE. TEXAS NOVEMBER 16 1046 . Is. lU Students March In Armistice Parade I 1 "" i i i i ; Alpha Chi Installs 23 New Members The Julius Olscn Chapter of Alpha Chi held informal installa- tion of 23 new members Tuesday night in a meeting at the Science Hall. Kolcta Clements president and Lola Fonvlllc vice-president pre- sided over the meeting. The formal installation will be held Monday night of next week at the home of Dr. Otto Watts. New members include: Glenls Costin Doris Barbco Alice Choy Koo Roy Lee Fuller Kathleen Bry- an Kitty Batcman Dorothy Estep Martha Daniel Floy Johnson Red Cleveland Mary Lou O'Rea...

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

w THE H-SU BRAND Novmbr 16 1946 SS '-"r'WTTVnC j 3 ! 5 :i i V K rv ?? ! i t. ' fr .' '' lEuiftirtalB . . . Jfowdy Pandni Homecoming this yenr will be n lot of fun for all. Tho campus will probably be flooded with moro visitors than it has seen in a long time. Quests will include alumni and probably a lot of ex faculty members and prospective students. Old friends will meet old friends and evcryono will mako now friends. Some of tho old friends of Hardin-Simmons will feel a little strange in returning to tho campus after an absence of so many years. Tho place has changed a lot new buildings now instructors now students and new ideas. Let's try to make them feel at homo as quickly as possible. As shown by past performances students here need no urging to be friendly. Last week when visiting West Texas Band members were on tho campus we heard one remark that Hardin-Simmons was the "friendliest campus" ho had seen in a long time. Just bear in mind during homecoming week that a warm hand...

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

Novtmbr 16 1946 THE H-SU BRAND ' u; CAGER SCHEDULE Coach Brndshaw has just announced that the Cowboys' December basketball schedule will Include n trip to Los Angeles California where the cager3 will play four different colleges In five games before heading homeward again. One of the opponents will be the Twentieth-Century Fox Studio of Hollywood. The 20lh Century quintet Following Is the schedule of the Ranchers' December tour: Dec. 2 Colorado College at Colorado Springs. Dec. 6 Denver University at Denver. Dec. 7 Colorado State at Greeley Colo. Dec. 12 New Mexico University at Albcrquerque. Dec. 13 New Mexico Aggies at Las Cruccs N. M. Dec. 14 Texas Mines nt El Paso. Dec. 10 Occidental College nt Los Angeles. Dec. 20 20th Century Fox at Los Angeles. Dec. 21 Whlttlcr College at Los Angeles. Dec 27 George Pcpperdine nt Los Angeles. Dec. 28 George Pcpperdine nt Los Angeles. ( Indicates Conference games). Rivalry Will Be Renewed at The Cowboys will resume an old rivalry that existed b...

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