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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 18 January 1947

'V " I 3rfyT"1 "jr'i' :i t4 THE H-SU BRAND January 1 1M7 W1 A BIDE TO TOWN Gil Butler student holds open the door of hit car for Joy Smith and Pat Bcasloy af tor stopping at Hickory and Ambler. Students standing on the corner in hopes of a ride are fast becoming a tradition with Hardln-Simmons. Martha Brunson is already seated in the car and Mary Leo Swindell is shown at right All are students. Modern Students Hide in CRounding Up The Straqs What is this name the boys at Ferguson hall have for the new dorm for girls? i Someone slipped this under the door. "Bill Thorn is available for dinner every night provided you have steak or ham." Please Oh please wllT someone come to the aid of Henry Hart? The cigarette lighter won't work on his '46 Buck convertible. Some people have the toughest time. These boys who are growing beards for dead week must have had their love for wimmin killed too. Orchids to Miss Eva Rudd and Prof. Buck for knowing their sub jects and people. Raymond Bowlin and ...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 8 February 1947

Beat Welcome AfeuA Student ft r '.fL . t '-yr-''.J... '' . i-T. -. Tff ' -nr mwt7iH .mm & Vol. XXXI H.SU. ABILENE TEXAS FEBRUARY 8 1947 No. IS Bible Conference To Be Conducted Here February 17 and 18 LYLIAN BALLENGER IS CHORUS OFFICER Lyllnn Ballcngcr sophomore mu- sic major from Council Bluffs Iowa was elected secretary-treasurer of the University Chorus at a meeting last Friday. Another new officer of the organ- ization is Wendell Parker who was appointed librarian by Kenneth Ballcngcr director. Parker is a sophomore from El Paso. They suc- ceed Marjorle Shaw and H. L. Futch who have resigned. Other officers of University Chor- us are Richard Eden president: Penryn Rasor vice-president; Cary Nan Sutton reporter; Helen Jean Bond social chairman: and Joyce Justls pianist. The enrollment of the organiza- tion has dropped from 85 to 71 this semester but the sections are more balanced and the prospects arc good for a successful semester according to Mr. Ballcngcr. yO New Staff Memb...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 8 February 1947

u t. & - 0. X E & v IV It" c . lw Bfr EM J-'- Iff vS 5'-. " vwk ;V" ;wf LrXr-rff .. 7w T nationals . . . It would probably bo better for all con. corned if some students would lenrn basket- ball rules before going to a game. Statements in reference to the referee's ability invariably indicates nothing but the spectator's ignor- ance. When Tech's hotshot Garland Head was hacked while trying to shoot and was ward- ed two gratis shots the referee was reprimand- ed by some disgusted fan who shouted: "Aw my goodness ump he didn't hit 'cm hard". And one time when a Cowboy eager wa3 almost bowled over when he was caught blocking someone indignantly voiced the opinion that the Tech player should be taken out for charging. On one occasion a Cowhand was called for traveling. A feminine spectator turned to her companion and asked "What was the matter! Two more steps and ho 'duv been under the basket." A Cowgirl made a remark you'll have to figure out. She said "Oh that was a cute foul....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 8 February 1947

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 8 February 1947

-AT-- A TWE H-tU BRAND February ' 1M7 ' m I"' M fr r 1 5 tf Studtnt Contest On Carters of Alumni to Close This Semester Student essay contest on "Roman- tic Careers of Hardln-Slmmons Men and Women" is scheduled to close April 15. Solon R. Fcathcrston prominent ex-student of Hardln-Slmmons Uni- versity and at present a member of the board of trustees is sponsor of this contest. Rules for the contest arc listed below. 1. Papers submitted for this con- test arc to be not less than 1500 or more than 2500 words in length and are to be foot-noted and have a bibliography appended if based partly on library research. 2. Papers are to be accepted for course credit in the second semester only and credit is to be allowed in one subject matter course for ex- ample English or history. 3. The contest is to bo open to any member' of the four regular college classes (or to special stu- dents who are under-graduates). 4. Prizes ore to be awarded as follows: First prize $50.00; second prize $25.00; t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 22 February 1947

Btattke. Welcome Aetu Student jawA ftrtJlMt& JLLBMiUiLL. imIBBBBM Afr ylBiy jiftw yJ. t JV Jkm -VLLLLLLLHu LLLLLLLLLLLLf idLLLHiLvLLLLLI' r.Cry r.v.fcAi32&i .rr-wftfcfcM.;.. yjj&. Vol. XXXI H-SU. ABILENE TEXAS FEBRUARY 22 1947 No. 10 U..MV- -- -.- --MflvvvPijr 4 hr BY POPULAR VOTE Herman Raphelt and Norma Collins are the "Beast" and the "Beauty" of the campus. Norma is shown as she stepped through a concealing wall of paper in a presentation skit at an all- student Valentine party. Collins and Raphelt Named Beauty. Beast by Students HSU Rises to Fifth Place Among Baptist College Enrollments Hardin-Simmons university has risen to fifth place in enrollment among the 50 schools and colleges of the Southern Baptist convention it was revealed by President Rupert N. Richardson. It is surpassed only by Baylor Furman Howard and ho University of Richmond. ' Over 500 courses' covering train- ing in all of the chief fields of en- deavor afford students a wide choice of study for th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 22 February 1947

? s9nrSF " v inr wi the H-SU BRAND February 32 1847 ; 2r r. f rytr kw fitf i ?Th k ' j k A Z"jr H AV 4- fi v".v. Iftttartaia . .-. "Wo might do well to pnuso this week and consider again with Shakespeare how "sweet aro the uses of adversity" . . . the adversity in this instance being the destruction of Abi- lene hall by fire. Nn ono would deny that the classroom spaco was desperately needed that much lost in tho fire can never bo replaced or will bo difficult to replace and that present arrangements for class meetings ore more than slightly inconvenient; yet many good and worthwhile things came and are yet to come as a result of tho tragedy. No panic and very little excitement wcro evident after tho fire was discovered. Students and faculty members in cooperation with fire- men worked together to save much equipment that would otherwise have been lost. Students eagerly volunteered for any task from help- ing with tho firo hoso to taking a place in the lino that formed to pass suppli...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 22 February 1947

.. ft February 22 1947 THE H-SU BRAND Intramural Games at Tie By DUANE SANDLIN This week the round robin Intra- mural basketball program has pass- ed the half-way mark with n two- way tic In the "major league" and the Rebels lending the "minor lea- gue". In the major league the Ramb- ling Recks and Steelcrs lead the loop in the first round of the tourna- ment by sustaining three wins and one loss apiece. The Rambling Recks lost their only contest to the Green Frogs while the Steclers bowed only to the Recks. The Rebels hold a more comfort- able position in the first round of the minor league with five wins against no losses. Closest competi- tion comes from the Nameless Wonders with four wins and one loss. Rodney Heck smooth operating member of the Spartans fourth place team In the minor class lead all Intramural baskctccrs In the first stage by scoring 22 points In a single game February 17 when the Spartans overcome the Forty NIncrs 37-23. The Spartans were formerly known ns the Z...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 22 February 1947

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

Pay AulldUif PUdyU D -"tfrTw-w'.h Vol. XXXI H-SU ABILENE TEXAS MARCH 1 1947 No. 17 Attend the. R&uiual EKtovC'i Jmf mM . j mlfl mWw y ltmWw nl mWmmWwfkSmW ' JfS jJDfftb jw JwsJr wi AmmWm I LWtrt&' Lwl TmAAWW dm& jMjfr s&rw kmmWmtmmW 1' Jk jrLWW mWFLwmmmJLW .t Wr aLmmW1mWmmmW fB MW JlV V$l 2&xMMBEBJimzm:ttmW '? 4. ' b Hultgren Second in After-Dinner Talks At Waco Contest One of 11 H-SU speech repre- sentatives Warren Hultgren placed second in after-dinner speaking at Waco last weekend in the annual Baylor University Speech meet at- tended by delegates from 227 schools and 3 states. A debate team composed of Hult- gren and Tommy Webb won four out of four debates In the preliminary contests but lost to Baylor in the first round of the finals. Other debating teams were David Earnest and Bill Bender also a con- testant in oratory H. W. Bartldt and Billy Curtis Tom Benge and Rcna Leo Williams and Flour Wal- ton and Etta Jane Stephenson. Each team won a round in the pie...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 1 March 1947

tsnr'n'i5" ;? THE K-SU BRAND Much ! 1947 r '- V " X v J-V I X ll- I I C 4s K I3'. I. .1 ; RK. r&. .i - l -r SI w i k-WCv I Aa & Qam? The discovery that the Cowboy stntuc was painted again last week just after the fire caused feeling of disgust for those respon- sible but not as much indignation as usual. Every time tho statue is painted wo eome to realize more that it is inevitable that there will bo some person or number of persons who will always delight in doing such things. AI- though thcro may bo no actual comparison tho mind of him who defaces another's property follows tho same pattern of the unfeeling mind of tho criminal Only wo think that if possible tho former is generally tho worst of the two. In this case the ono who paints tho Cowboy does so entirely becauso ho knows the statuo is of sentimental valuo to a great number of peo- ple including tho relatives of tho boy who mado it. Tho criminal takes money and that mostly from pcoplo who can afford tho loss. This d...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 1 March 1947

r 1 March 1. 1M7 THE K-f U BRAND i'i r I M 1- ' ..ffii re? H V'i . ?i mt HHMsifiHljrwlBtLflBVBBHCR'HBE BBBBHIH3iHBflHV-t!?''"7TBBBH r-wujiiMMflHiBfiiUb&jffBBBYBPw" ''''(WIKi.ta-fBlBBBlEttJ. 'flWPIIIr IB t PPv Ti iTTPlfliOT it i Tllfrf wTr ibI &&7 . -gHBssBMiiap iiiiiPt111 ' iiiiiiri iiriJff '1 fcliiiMJMiW " btAJBBVBBBMBBBaBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBVBBBBBBBBKBBBnPLBlBH r sJLf&c J&&S3XwMl&e"' P -- ?? fJfgJQRHBIHM1 T I MWp3HIIMIBBgiP COWSTEPPING COWHANDS Give Dallas a taste of the colorful tradition of Hardln-Slmmons -The Cowboy band visited that city to provide entortalnment for attending delegates at the state-wide Junior Chambor of Commerce convenlon. Members returned to the campus last Ranchers Break Own Record in Aggie Tilt The Hardin-Simmons Cowboy basketball squad broke its season's record for points scored In one gome Thursday night as they downed the New Mexico Aggies 73-54 in the Corral. It was a rough and tumble affair all tho way with a total of 49 fouls b...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 1 March 1947

" f JW7l M6pjgW5pr' m- ft 'r 8 THE H-BTJ. BRAND Much 1 1947 C5fi n BBBBBBmMBBBBBBBBBBBMBBi BBBBBBK BBBBBBBBBv.flBBBBBBBBBBBlBBL. ; 4 . BSSSsVrfiBSSSSsVlBiBSSSsVr sHHB'W BBBBBBB1 ? BBBBBBBBBBE2 v BBBBBBBBBBBA HBBBBBBBBBBBfl'THBBBBBBKBBBBBV jBbSw1'' BBBBBBB'BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBK HBBBBBBBBBBBBBK1 BBBBBBBflBBBBBBLs'iCZ j BBBBBBBBflHBBBBBBBBBBBVr7 VMBBBIlBBKSBBBBBBBMBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBlBBBBtf BBBBBBl3BBBBBMk. vMLnL KkmBBVHk. BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBWiiaKBH IBBBBBBBBEt CbBBTsl 71BBBBBHB1mIiBkF TH IBBBBkJeIibbV ilBBBBBHBP JlVl W VPrSliBvlBSKV flUllW " TlllllMI"' ilBilBBBM ?4BiiHiiiV(4llLIIIH4LIIHfli HHIIIIHH ALbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbw'4v IRUjv wrw VHHHMIPBBbSRBSHHHMv'iBSkMllHlbiVIHHHi ibBBu AhHbhMHMHBHMHHMHBBHI NINTEEN NOW Staff of the fine arts department was strengthened by addition of several members recently. Serving the school ore: Left to right: top row. Penryn Hasor Macon Sumorlln. Jack Doan Dalo Schoonover E. E. Young; center row: Herbert Preston. Patricia Fisher...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 8 March 1947

rV I - Vol. XXXI H-SU. ABILENE. TEXAS. MARCH 8. 1947 No. II JMrnmsd ' turn 4 & V. f v j " Reeves Here This Week More than half of the 200 million Russian people arc members of Christian-named churches but there is a shortage of Bible training Dr. William C. Reeves vice-president of the Russian Bible society told Hard-ln-Slmmons students Wednesday. Reeves said that contrary to gen- eral belief the ordinary citizens of Russia have freedom of religion. Dr. Reeves made a distinction between "Soviet Russia" and the "Russian people." Dr. Reeves said that Stalin's ban on religion had been lifted after V-E day and that there were ap- proximately 18 million persons of the Baptist 'faith alone in Russia one of the reasons the Russian govern- ment had permitted a greater degree of freedom of religion. It is necessary that Americans be- come interested in Soviet-American relationships he said. He said that prominent church leaders includ- in John R. Mott Ralph "V. Sock- man a Methodist; and...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 8 March 1947

-flr TJ?fT5- T" rff ' JHI"nP "S -fll -. T-i 1.T' ' r - Ni' 1 . t THE H-SU BRAND Marcirl 1M7 hSUf-- Z3E3IHK3BC3HB3MHMHHHHHHMHHlHHMEMMiHflBnHHIIBHHBSHHHC550BESES"3HHHi h . itfcy j' n i mi I . X l! w Sfc'V tJt-- . ' l-Mtoriala . . . Tho habit of throwing cigarette butts about' on the campus is becoming more and moru prevalent. As Dr. Richardson said it would be next to impossible now to prevent students from smoking in the vicinity of the school but thero should be some solution for keeping the grounds from becoming unsightly. At first students tossed their cigarettes under bushes. Now they have no inhibitions about 'throwing them on sidewalks and steps. Perhaps tho solution would be to assign "details" as tho army docs to pick them up. That would of course entail the designation of a method by which those going on detail .could be selected. Perhaps fireproof waste containers could be placed at vantage points about the campus. At aiiy rate the school should decide upon some wort of pla...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 8 March 1947

V.Til . March t. 1M7 THE K-SU BHAND Rancher Football Slate Announced Girls' Cager Games Are Now in Progress Under direction of Miss Elthcl Johnson the girls' basketball race between girls of the new dormitory Smith hall Mary Frances hall and town is in full swing. After a few practice games the girls have settled down to serious business and have started playing the game that count to sec what team will be the "rule of the roost." The league games started last Monday afternoon in Marston gym with the new' dormitory girls fall- ing before Smith hall to the tunc of 34-17. Smith hall was paced in scoring by Mabell Wells with 10 points. All of New Dorm's baskets except four points were made by Partridge who made 13 points. Tuesday the Mary Frances dorm bested the new dormitory girls 30- 20 in a game resulting with twenty- two personal fouls called. For the Mary Frances damsels Wanda Baker captured high point honors by collecting four field goals and four free tosses for a total of 12 po...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 8 March 1947

"- fr THE H-IU BRAND March 8 1947 PgHMHHHaHnMHHHIMMBHHHHHHIIHHHHnHI!!P?S9K!HE2S!SC3IIHlHHHHH5HHnM ) i I Vtts Informed of Procedure Aboit Subsistence Checks In an effort to-expedite veterans subsistence General Bradley has ordered training officers of each locality to submit a list of the veter- ans' who fall to receive subsistence checks on time to their respective regional officers. Weldon A. Skinner. local training officer reported to Dean R. A. Collins recently. Skinner said that the' recent In- structions came through the branch a office of Dallas. Veterans should report their name and claim number to local veteran training officer between the eighth and twelfth of each month. Some checks arc mailed as late as the sixth of the month. Veterans should not report failure to receive checks prior to the eighth. Rosters must be compiled and submitted not 'lat- ter than the twelfth. Veterans must report on or before this date in order to make the roster. Ma&iciatU Jtate a rf-ull Ot...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 15 March 1947

tpi h jjt& s. K ! ..JC Vol. XXXI H-SU. ABILENE TEXAS. MARCH IS 1947 No. 19 i?wiJiiiwr:j')is.iiarrfiiiiii-? jtz.t'-stct.-) rs-zrr&rjjr.'- .& :- '& n-rr 1 ii4ii.i " i r jump rnTB jr-SSfoJESBBBB HELPFULLY AND EARNESTLY. W. F. Howard confers with Haxcl Faughn of Abilono during Hardin-Simmons' annual revival week. Stu- dents were invited to discuss problems at any time with any of the revival leaders. 300 Renew Faith At Revival Meet Magazine Contest Now Sponsored for Undergraduate Coeds An annual short story contest for women undergraduates at college and universities is being sponsored by Mademoiselle. According to Mademoiselle editors winners of these college fiction contests have always aroused the interest of publishers. Three win- ners in the last three years have signed contracts for their books. A cash prize of $500 for all rights and publication in the August 1047 issue will bo awarded each of the two stories that show the highest merit. Mademoiselle reserves the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 15 March 1947

'"HP' V? THE H-SU BRAND March IS 1947 ";?" M t. f i h r I 1 p ic. ' J- . i. j ; frft- is? fc; k p.-. ff- &?. A i55t ISC!-. ' V r .-.' fr '" n? Bttartate ... " Jfolly a Occupation Fault-finding is becoming quite rapidly not so much a chronic and pleasant hobby as a fall-time occupation. Perpetual complaining stems not so much from offer of something better as from discontent with the status quo. Discontent some philosopher has said is .a step- child of idleness. So far so good but . . . There is a little more to the idea. In the first place we arc 100-percent for student opinion just as we believe in the value of student criticism. This is after all a studont publication and wo have done all in our power to maintain' it in that name. Criticism howovor must be built on more than prejudice or politics or narrow viewpoints. To offer that of the conservative category one must look into matters with other evidence than is forthcoming from Roommate or the fellow across the aisle. Consi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 15 March 1947

March IS 1M7 THE H.BU BRAND Pat ft -r1-' 4tt POULOS NAMED ASSISTANT COACH AT ABILENE HIGH Tony Poulos H-SU student and guard on the 1940 Cowboy football team has been elected assistant coach of the Abilene high school Eagles for the duration of this se- mester it was announced at a reg- ular meeting of the Abilene school board this week. Poulos was named to replace L. B. "Scat" Russell who has accepted tho position of head coach at Baird on the recommendation of Head. Coach Pete Shotwell. Elected first head coach for the Eagles was B. L. Blackburn of Fort Stockton. Extra point expert for the Ranch- er team last season Poulos is work- ing for a master's degree in Spanish. He was discharged October 11 1045 from the army air corps where he served as bombardier in a B-17. Poulos and his wife Peggy Jo an cx-Wac also enrolled in H-SU re- side at 2110 Simmons Avenue. Track Team Meets TechACCMcMurry Athletes who compose the Hard-in-Simmons track team will match speed and stamina today with ...

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