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

1?1 1fr f t it - THE R-tU BRAND KoTember 16 IMS mmmv .If 1 r. ! AjKKrt7uXRXE HiiiESiiiH Donations Asked for Rebuilding of BSU Room in Shanghai Would you like to help rebuild a Shanghai China B. S. U. room that was destroyed by the Japanese? When faced with this question at Rldgecrcst last summer Baptist young people of the south accepted the challenge. According to W. F. Howard itate B. S. U. secretary a state quota of $22Q hai been worked out on a per- campus basis and HardhvStmmons' suggested part in $15. This may seem like a small amount to you but think of the amount in the eyes of a Chinese young per- son and think of the missionary opportunity to join hands with our fellow Christian students in the Orient. There will be a box placed in the bookstore Monday for your gift to help rebuild and equip a B. S. U. room in Shanghai. DOGPATCH DWELLERS or at represent whom? Or eren who .they least that's what they represent. Can you decide who is supposed to are period. Dr. Fuller Speaks...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 22 November 1946

Smat Jfoutasid PayH . Vol. XXXI No 10 - . r jmJLtmfi '"- H-SU ABILENE. TEXAS NOVEMBER 22 1946 v )J " ' FOOTBALL Jimmy martin is Guest Speaker at Press lileet "Every good newspaper man Is public relations man In his town and community" stated Jimmy Martin public relations director for West Texas Utilities Company in a talk to members of the H-SU Press Club Friday night. "Public relations Is fast becom- ing a profession within Itself" said Martin. He recommended nowc- paper work as the best training for an industrial editor or public re- lations man. The increasing import- ance of public lclatlons work is illustrated by the fact that the army had 30000 men in its public relations service The field really came into its own during the war. Public relation is a very broad Held according to Martin. Experts cannot agree on a satisfactory de- finition for the term but it can best be explained as company policy and tho public's reaction to the policies of tho company. Martin began his journa...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 22 November 1946

-14 a Pat 2 i THE K-8U BRAND November 22 1MI 4 3 :. u it V fcttfrrUtfa Jfapfxy 2ay& Thanksgiving Day is a day to bo happyl Pilgrims originated this holiday setting it aside as a day o thanks for having survived a hard year. They gave thanks by feasting on the 'fat of the land'. Modern Americans not wanting a good idea like this to go by wasted have thus carried on the tradition and 'talk turkey' every year about this time. Ask a typical college student his reaction to the thought of Thanksgiving and he will blurt out "Holidays 1" It is the day you stuff yourself on "turkey and the trimmings get disgusted with all the visiting relations go to the most talkcd-about football game of the season and then stagger home to more food and sleep 1 Notwithstanding this gaiety everyone in his heart is deeply grateful and thankful that wc are able to celebrate this Thanksgiving in the spirit in which it was originated in peace and happiness. So take a little time off Thanks- giving to .rememb...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 22 November 1946

. jV1'1 .1: NrmJbr 22 1946 THE H-8U BRAND rtt a Rivalry Clash Tonight at 8 The oldest football rivalry In West Texas will be renewed at Fair Park stadium tonight when the Ranchers clash with the Howard Payne Yol- lowjackets of Brownwood In a homo- coming riot. The scries dates back to 1008. Since then 30 games have been played. Of those the Cowpunchers have won 14 the Jackets 13 and three conflicts have resulted In tics. The Jackets invade Abilene with eight lettermen all of pre-war var- iety. They are backs Howard Swann Floyce Underhill and W.. A. Algood tackles Gus Mirclcs and Hoyctt Browning center Bcnnlc Williams and Crow are All-Texas conference performers. Coach Joe Bailey Chcaney one time grid and track great at How- ard Payne stacks plenty of res- ponsibility on the shoulders of such worthies as Jerome Boxkcmper George McCorstin and Bob Wright and guard Zanc Grey McWllliams all from Ballingcr. Buxkcmper lettered with South- west conference champions Texas university at quart...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 22 November 1946

Ff THE H-U BltAXD November 22 1948 I-1 PEACE THROUGH EDUCATION was the slogan borno by tho Hardin-Slmmons float in the recent Armistice Day parade. On tho float were student veterans representing the various branches of service in the United States armed forces. Miss Billlo Whito represented "Peace" while books and world globes carried out the theme of education. The float was planned and made by students of the art department under supervision of Miss A. N. Carpenter. Students Vote on Addition Of Two More Cheer Leaders Five Cheer Leaders arc on the way to back the Cowboys and lead the student body according to Bill Scott president of the student council. To meet the demand by the stu dents of Hardin-Slmmons for more yell leaders an amendment to the Student Constitution has been pro posed and signed by more than the number necessary to hold an election Election officials hope to have five cheer leaders on the field for the Tech game November 30. The ballot will look something like t...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 7 December 1946

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Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 7 December 1946

jwr I THE H-4U BRAND December 7 IMS ft &. W .. ' li t. aUuir Not aU Wo heard something the other day that wo thought was pretty good basis for an editor- ial. It was an optimistic view of a pessimistic saying. Evcryono has read tho saying "It's later than you think." Some people even have it tacked up on the wall so that thoy can read it moro often and feel guilty and hopeless. Why cau't wo say instead "It's earlier than you think." It certainly is more encouraging. Actually it is earlier. Most of us waste good time and energy bemoaning the fact that there are so many things wo should have done and have not. If we go ahead and got started now chances are we will be surprised at what can be accomplished. In chapel last week Dr. Richardson was telling us to knuckle down und study em- phasizing that we still had time to bring our grades up. It isn't too late. If you will sud- denly turn in a licat iotobook about two days ahead of time and then study hard on tho next test your teach...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 7 December 1946

vr Paf i Dembr 7 1141 THE H-SU BRAND y. r Ranchers Journey to Alamo Bowl for Denver Univ. Tilt Unbeaten Cooiboys Are H-SU's Greatest .1 r m ' By JACK DURHAM They're cleaning off a dusty spot on the walls at Hordin-Slmmons to hang the likenesses of what may go down as the greatest football eleven ever to wear the Gold and Purple the unbeaten untied Cow- boys of 1940 who put whipped cream finish on their season dish with the 21-6 pasting handed the vaunted Texas Tech Red Raiders. Coach Warren Woodson called for a week of rest following the Tech victory that clinched the Border Conference title and will resume practice next week for the Cowboy Alamo Bowl game with Denver Uni- versity at San Antonio New Year's Day. Three days only will the Cow- boys take to the war togs but the following week will put in a full six- day workout schedule. Woodson will excuse his grlddcrs for Christmas and the squad will return Decem- ber 26 for three more days of work before the bowl struggle. Individual...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 7 December 1946

Pat 4 THE H-flU BRAND December 7 IMS READY FOR SAN ANTONIO The Cowboy Band will make up an is to accompany the H-SU football squad to San Antonio New Year's. At the Alamo Bowl tilt with Denver university the Cowboy Band Cowgirl hosts an example of Hardin-Slmmont color. Open Letter By DAVID CROCKET Assistant Professor English Depart- ment Trinity University The date of August 6 1045 may in the future be remembered as the end of the old and the begin- ning of the new. On that day man advanced well toward the twenty- first century. He stands now at the door of a new era the age of atomic energy. One half of his mind has developed to that of a "Flash Gor- don" while the other half Is still struggling to escape the caveman- like instincts of his predatory ancestors. Mechanically he stands as a giant; spiritually as a pigmy. Man has discovered a great new power a basic power of pent-up energy of invisible infinitesimal particles yet more powerful than thunderbolts. If man through hate or ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 14 December 1946

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 14 December 1946

'A fc'- n a 'A" THE H-SU BRAND December 14 1946 u ' - EbttorUita ... ' 0h bUodmination Half n century ngo in the very beginning of Siiiunons College it was decided that Hardin- ' Simmons' would not allow social fraternities or sororities to operate on this campus. This vc think was and is a wise idea. Many students are hurt by being "left out" of some club or organization to which it might be considered advantageous to belong. Their parents are insulted because someone else' child did not think their own child "good enough to belong." Arc these parents going to bo willing to "dig down deep" the next time a school supporting such action puts on an expansion drive? Butt to return to the principle complaint that of discrimination as to who is to bo "allowed" to join. How are the pledges select- ed. In the Brand edition mentioned above we find "The Cowgirls according to their annual custom hosted a tea for all girls of the uni- versity Friday afternoon from 4:00-G:00 o'clock at the Abil...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 14 December 1946

Dcmbr 14 1948 THE H-SU BHAMD rt9 Southmestern and ACC Tie in i-Conf. The two schools that completely dominated the Texas conference football race Abilene Christian and Southwestern did likewise on landing places on the 1040 all-conference team. The selections based on the vote of the coaching staffs of the various teams Include five players each from ACC and Southwestern the circuit's co-champions and two from McMurry. It's n twelve-man team because two of the backs Floren Hoefcr of McMurry and Frank Means of South- western tied for the fourth second- ary position in the balloting. There were three unanimous choices fullback Duster Dixon of the Wildcats halfback Joe Evans of Southwestern and end Ted Bare of Southwestern. Dick Stovall one of the league's greatest defensive players was the only .holdover from the 1942 all-conference team. He was shifted from tackle to center this fall and he won the all-conference pivot job over two of the best centers in Texas college football. Max J...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 14 December 1946

a4 THE H-1U BRAND Decomber 14. 194C Smith Hall Christmas Local Surgeon Talks To H-SU Science Club Thursday night December 5 Dr. Floyd D. Taylor Abilene surgeon talked to the group of Science club members about Medical school work and his experiences during the war with a surgical team. Plans were mode at the meeting to attend the Science convention at Dallas In the Adolphus Hotel Thurs- day Friday and Saturday Decem- ber 12 13 and 14. Betty Jo Pcarce local club pre sident and also president of the Collegiate Division of Texas Acad- emy of Science will preside at the meeting. The Texas Academy of Science both high school and collegiate divisions arc being held in conjunc- tion with the Texas section of the American Chemical society. They will both be honored with a banquet Friday night. This meeting of the Convention marks a century of work In scienti- fic fields of Texas. Three students from Hardin- Sim- mons University will present pro- jects at the Convention. Lola Fon- villc and ...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 11 January 1947

m tabid. Monday Aliyona Staim Vol. XXXI H-SU ABILENE TEXAS. JANUARY 11. 1947 No. 13 -.UHiHrxflKV BV7 .HVVVIVKF'Mn:y -.f;HIP33HRBHHBi'ttv' s m - r e ' t HANCOCK PREXY OF H-SU ART LEAGUE J. B. Hancock was elected presi- dent of the H-SU Art League at a recent meeting. Other officers named were vice- president Walter Johnson; secretary- treasurer Raymond Salo; reporter Helry Hart Jr. The Art League is affiliated with the American Association of Fine Arts of which Miss Carpenter is a past vice-president. Miss Carpen- ter visited the schools of the North East and Middle West this past sum- mer including professional schools observing their departments ar- rangements and equipment. Miss Suclla Lacy assistant head of the department studied in Colum- bia New York and painted at Cape Cod Art Colony the past summer. Mrs. Maurice H. Martin a new Instructor in the department stud- ied in Denver University. The department has just installed 18 "easel horses" each consisting of a stoll easel shel...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 11 January 1947

Wv . 1 0 THE H-IU BltAXD January 11. 1M7 'V ' f 'v t c. c K fe- ! r u I t li r. i- i.' f u in: ii- krs ;4'-V .- -I '.Ss 5r t .V -r Aff jdifld pUau BulbsnatchingT Bifocals! Braillo! What's the answer to tho lighting situation in H-SU classrooms t Tho problem of inadequate lighting has al- ways existed but gloomy winter days of the past week served to emphasizo it. The majority of the classrooms arc so ar- ranged that natural light from the windows falls over the student's left shoulder as it should. "When natural light is not sufficient which is most of tho time additional ilium- ination is provided by glaring bulbs in ceil- ing fixtures provided said bulbs are not burn- ed out or missing. Present lighting fixtures benefit only the desks directly beneath them and the remainder of the classroom is filled with wicrd shadows. "In ono classroom" remarked a student 'tyou can hardly distinguish Dr. Moore at his desk." Whether this is pertinent wo don't know but local optometrists arc doing...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 11 January 1947

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 11 January 1947

A t THE K-U BRAND Jumiut 11' 1M7 r Y M. I. McClvrt Directs Cowboy Bond Again Marlon B. McClure is composer director of the Cowboy band which has been selected official band for the inauguration of governor-elect Bcauford Jester on Jan. 21. It was Under McClure's direction that vthe well known band reached the peak of its pre-war popularity. When Uncle Sam called McClure and most of the members into ser vice the records of the organization revealed that It had traveled more than 500000 miles in every state in the Union and in 12 foreign coun tries- Prior to the war McCluro was director of the Cowboy organization eight years from 1034 until 1052 In April 1042 he joined the armed forces and was assigned to infantry training in Camp Wolters. From the Texas camp he was transferred to OCS Ft. Bennlng Ga. where he re reived an infantry commission in January 1043. After receiving his commission "Maestro" McClure attended Special Service school in Washington Lea university Lexington Va. and ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 18 January 1947

. "I' 1 . I?"; QoodJluck ?S5?g?B?7 ..rtrrr-w. . jv;v ;" Vol. XXXI H-SU. ABILENE TEXAS JANUARY IB 1947 No. 14 CdUUm p::w'w:S;& ---- i- .' ii I. t n r inri . l. ... r fVT Joint Recital Given By Three Juniors J. J. Landes to Preach for it Revival in March Rev. James J. Landes pastor of the First Baptist Church at Wichita Falls will preach the Hardln-Sim-mons' annual spring revival to be held March 10-14 according to Tructt Sheriff director of religious activities on the H-SU campus. W. F. Howard student worker with the Sunday School Board in Dallas Joe Boyd former All-Amcr-ican tackle and Eunice Parker for- merly young people's secretary at University Baptist Church here will be conference leaders. Boyd and Miss Parker are students at South- western Baptist Seminary at Fort Worth. Services will be held at the re- gular chapel hour and in the even- ing a definite time for which will be announced later. "We are eager for all students to attend these meetings" said Sheriff. "We will m...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 18 January 1947

' 0 ! 9mt J THE H-SU BRAHD January II. 1947 ' i. ' a .s - ;v t ;. ra?.3 V a.j 'jfT "& k'.Vvri u education Payl A word of encouragement might bo appro- priate during "dead week" while we're all struggling with term themes notebooks and reviews for finals. Just when we're feeling hopelessly overworked and wondering whero all this will get us anyway along comes the Committee on Education of the United States Chamber o Commerce with the report that college education pays real dividends in cash 1 The committee examined records of moro than 55000 native white males between tho ages of 35 and 44 who received wago and salary income for the year 1940. Of those who reached the $5000 or more income bracket '50 per cent had attended college or gone be- yond. Most noteworthy section of tho country in this respect was the South (including Texas) where approximately 63 per cent of those in tho $5000 and up bracket attended college. After you'vo finished reviewing logrithms and Latin verbs you ...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 18 January 1947

JUL Juraur It. 1M7 THE H-SU BRAMD .. w v t; " "'. ' r- IF' Ellison and Cook Are Named Grid Captains Cogers Defeated by West Texas Buffaloes Cowboy cngcrs met defeat again Tuesday night at Canyon falling before the powerful Buffaloes of West Texas State. Final count was 57-31. This was the fifth loss in six con- ference starts for the local basket- ccrs. The Ranchers dropped four of the contests on foreign floors and one at the corral registering their lone conference victory last Saturday night at home against Ari- zona State of Flagstaff. West Texas' towering Buffs who once boasted the "tallest team in the world" started off like a house on fire in Tuesdays' melee to grab a 29-7 halftimc advantage. They were hitting the bucket almost at will while in share contrast the Cow- boys only made two field goals out of 30 attempts in the first half. When thoy changed goals at the intermission however the jinx was broken and the homellngt went to work and battled the Buffs on even terms the...

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