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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 15 March 1947

NfctfJ nr'M''.' '-' '- -yjpjgWJiWTY; ; r ( -v T THE H-BU BRAND March IS. 1947 Bff-TrLi awl ' I' HnjBBsHw I MV B lBa 1 1 ill yjfcf A'Hm KIHa'B Will W. Watson "Sheriff" of the Hardin-Simmons university Cow- boy band is shown here with several members of the organization boarding the special bus which carried them to Dallas February 17 where they led the opening day parade of the international Junior Cham- ber of Commerce convention.. The "Sheriff" as he is called by the mem- bers of the band has been with the musicians moro than 20 years act- ing as genial taskmaster banker and friend to his "boys." Once a com- missioned Texas Ranger Watson is a colorful figure who fills an im- portant spot in the world-famous organisation. PERSONAL WORKERS SUBJECT OF SPEECH "How to Be a Personal Worker" will be the devotional subject of James Frost tonight at 7:30 at a First Baptist church youth meet- ing. Frost's talk is in preparation for the simultaneous revival efforts to be launched in Abilene B...

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 March 1947

: R rx Vol. XXXI H-8U ABILENE. TEXAS MARCH 22 1947 No. 20 w Group Helps In Revivals Seven members of the H-SU Ministerial council will bo engaged In revival meetings throughout this area in March and early April according to a check made at the last regular meeting of the organ- ization. V. D. Walter has scheduled a revival for his church at Pleasant Valley March 2130 with a Rotan minister preaching and a Rotan singer directing the music. In the church pastored by Floyd Strickland at Goldsboro Charlie Hargrove will lead in a meeting March 30 through Auril 6 with Roy Horrel pastor of the Knicker- bocker Baptist church as singer. Bill Thorn and Robert Harris will conduct a meeting at the Ash Strcot Mission in Abilene March 2330. Thorn will preach and Harris will have charge of music. John Martin will direct the music for a revival at the church which he pastors at Bculah in Stonewall county. Grady Allison will preach for the meeting set to begin late in March. o Plans for Senior Day T...

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 March 1947

f w jf 1? ? v N V TMK H-SU BRAND March 22 1947 p L Ftk t t A J' H IVr I' t r if i- i If ; Vf 'r a X! v i vt ft u t4 & : M1 hr A movio short recently produced on the subject of veterans in American colleges nnd universities gave n fairly nccurntc picture of the situation on our own campus. "When thousands of cx-GI's flooded campuses all over the country to begin or continue their educations the institutions were hard-pressed to provide living space classroom space and other facilities for them. As an expedient colleges purchased and erected on their campuses any type of build- ing available barracks from military train- ing camps Quonset huts and house trailers. The result has been that campuses arc littered with unattractive temporary buildings which add nothing to the dignity and beauty of the grounds. .Whatever was available was used as a means to an end the accommodation of veteran students. With the largo number of veterans on cam- puses and the facilities provided for them ...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 22 March 1947

) t V '. t. t i ) March 22 1S47 THE H-SU BRAND ' (SH 'T I ' jrtyfom the ZJUtoib Lb J. C. Cook Places in Three Track Events Saturday Ping Pong Tourney Under Way at Gym The first round of the ping-pong tournament is being held in Morston gymnasium. Completing the tournament will bo three rounds and the finals. The first round matches are to be finish- ed by Tuesday March 25 and the second and third round matches arc to bo played by Saturday March 29. The garnet aro not played at any specific time but are played at any convenient timo suitable to the players. Each match will consist of two out of three games except the finals which will consist of three of five games. The winner is responsible for posting the match results. Quartet Quits Marathon Partly "in the interest of public safety" a quartet of H-SU boys re- cently discontinued "beard mara- thon" they had begun early in Jan- uary. "Several accidents were narrow- ly averted when mortorists turned to stare at us" according to D. E....

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 22 March 1947

fe&rfWft "&' - 'n&tgYrittS!im JZyS Jl'iJv f ' ''" A v T&r-it 9 1 . fcJ . THE H-SU BRAND March 22 1947 I i Color and Comfort Keynote Fashion Recent surveys of men's fashion trends on the nation's campuses show added color and comfort as 1047 keynotes for the college man. New colors are being seen In sports jackets slacks shirts and hats. New comfort has shown up In slacks sweaters a variety of Jack- ets and cold-weather coats with emphasis on functional design and soft-construction tailoring. Even at the conservative strong- holdsthe big Eastern universities there are new departures in color. Sport Jackets and leisure coats In handsome wools carry new colors subtly harmonised in checks and plaids. Outstanding among new shades is a rust and green combin- ation. At some colleges flannel blazers are having a big comeback and these add more color to the campus scene also usually in solid reds blues browns and greens. Gray flannel slacks arc still tops in popularity but fi...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 29 March 1947

. NOTICE . Easter holiday will bogin Thursday April 3 it 12:30 noon according to Dean W. T. Walton. Classes will bo resumed at 8 a. ra. Tuesday morning Aprjl8. Dead week for semester finals will bo:jin Tuesday May 20 and final exams arc scheduled for Tuesday May 27 through Saturday May 31. m BRSafS? wmsKfe S2 Vol. XXXI H-SU ABILENE TEXAS MARCH 29 1947 No. 21 SMPBP.-!i'V .! . . -. Vi rW)ulWf-ffi!ttWWOfpfWW 5?"SWSi kr. few p -r-. -v- RIDING HARD Josilo Myors of Hamlin attempts to ropo a calf. Sho is getting her horse in shnpo for the coming Hardin-Simmons collcgiato rodeo and plans to participate in girls' evonts. Jessie has been a successful contestant in a number of rodeos Schools Are Invited To Join H-SU Rodeo Library Annex Now Available to Students The library rending room at H-SU has been completed and is now in use by students alleviating thr crowded conditions in the old read- ing room. All reserve books ore to be used in the new structure but books to be taken from the library...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 29 March 1947

FT jii J ' kr n THE H-SU BRAND Much 29. 1M7 I' Jw V k f - ft ? I ' I? ! 1 it Is A ft Mi tev tO . fe 1'3 V Efttatafa . . . Simstte Slump There nro on our campus about numerous "active" student organizations exclusive fine arts organizations. But how "active" arc theyt How many of them aro doing what they set out to do? And how many students arc there who do not be- long to any? And how do they not belong? What do clubs offer to the average student who is pretty well "snowed under" by assign- ments term papers reports etc. f Who is to blame? The officers? The- school? The Admini- stration? The members? Perhaps all of them are. Let us examine a typical meeting. Assuming that the meeting is called to order on time the president brings up the business of the evening. Then confusion reigns. That is the trou- ble. Too many of our officers and hardly any of the members know and observe parliamen- tary procedure. A motion is made arguments ensue amendments arc made and dropped and a final vo...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 29 March 1947

w ' March 29 1847 Trrv 'sem -t " THE H-SU BRAND . t. -73$ V UK? & pt .' IK Wit ir ft m "rr B i Wh Pf? 51" I. ; (- ? it 5rJ SSS d-riSSSi IBSSb -BSSSSSk 43P vIM- t sTsssssssssssssssssssssVPIB m assflsssssssstfEsslsssssssHyHVw ) "&jHHjPHHDHHj sssBssSsBKtssssB& jBIl ijtfiHiyRK ssHBfiBsssssssssl R-gHjBv9MjttiiP JHssHnkssssssssssl sssssTBLJissssssssssssBss: JJKslfeJ &!m'.i IffiBssBExsssssstaNBssssssssssI COWBOY COACHES get thoir heads together In preparation for spring football drills which begin Monday. Loft to right are backfiold Coach Wes Bradshaw Head Coach Warren Woodson and lino Coach Murray Evans. So They By BOB DICKERSON Question of this week: Do you find the G. I. Bill Satisfactory? JUANITA WOOD (Wave) There's too much red tape but so far it has treated me nil right (Iwish I'd get a bonus). MARGARET HIGGINS. (Wavo) Yes I think It offers a lot of worth- while opportunities. VICTOR SCRAPELLI (Navy) Yes so far as I'm concerned but tho fellows who aren't seeking nn ed...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 29 March 1947

lJSMnlV f - -i kM '. i. rt4 THE H-IU BRAND March 21 1947 m&tfmmijm&x.'iciri:&rvi-K-i.- . Young People to Work In Mexico and Europe' More than 400 young people nf high school nnd college nge of nil races nnd religions nre expected to participate in work nnd study projects sponsored by the Ameri- can Friend Service Committee (Quakers) in Mexico Europe nnd'all parts of the United Stntcs this sum mcr Clarence E. Pickett executive sccrcary of the Committee announc- ed today. In addition Pickett said nearly 40 Institutes of International Ro- tations International Service Se- minars and Peace Caravans will be sponsored in the United States by the Committee to stimulate interest in achieving world peace. Thousands of students teachers and other in- terested persons arc expected to attend these conferences. Pickett pointed out that the peo- ple who participate in theso ser- vico and educational projects do so voluntarily and for the most part pay their own expenses. "Their respon...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 18 April 1947

" ""$8955 lLLVLLLLLliLLV fllLLaLLiLwV hVLm .LLLLLLBtr laPw'TSHw FfcrLLLLV LULSiLLLRv " ! .Hi;xvaitnsniuH--. . 'liAir' Vol. XXXI H-SU. ABILENE. TEXAS APRIL 18 1947 No. 22 mmsamKmKmm&mM"1 m ir- v. A FOUNDATION BUILDER Dr. James B. Simmom who contri- buted to tho founding of eight colleges in the south considered the establishment of Simmons college in Abilene in 1891 tho crowning achievement of his life. Ho was honored Thursday morning by students faculty and staff members in a ceremony at his graveside. YWA Houseparty Is Feted With Tea ABILENIANS TO DONATE ALL OF RODEO PRIZES Merchants and civic leaders of Abilene have contributed almost forty items of merchandise to be used as special prizes in the Hardin- Simmons university intercollegiate rodeo. These prizes are to bo given to the first second and third place winners in addition to the regular split-fee cash awards. In tho boy's division prizes and donors are: two pairs of spurs and bridle. Lion Hardware Co.; bareback rigging....

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

It? ;- ' . . I ff nv ( i THE H-SU BRAND April 18. 1847 Iftttanala . . t. 0uu. Winn and JHode Tho rodeo contests which begin this after- noon will provide a lot of fun for every- one. Boya nnd girls will be competing in nn array of events and as the saying goes it's too bad everyone can't win. Rodeo time brings with it ninny memories for instance of an Abilene rodeo not so long ago. It was about the time tho story National Velvet was making such a hit. Velvet told of a girl who acquired a horse of her own. It was a beautiful horse. She loved it trained it and finally entered it in the Grand Na- tional most famous of all English races. Her horse won. Though she did not receive tho prize she was given tho credit of winning. But to return to the Abilene rodeo wo were thinking of a certain girls' contest. ."Wo had been inside the stables before the show watching the girls grooming and sad- dling their horses. Some of the animals were handsome but the one which attracted our attention was...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 18 April 1947

April IB 1947 THE H-SU BRAND f? :t sLsssssssssLsssssLssssssssLILsssHSl 'rfssfirX ' -j f ! f ; I.IIIsv ' ' ' LssssssssssflsssVPLssssssssssHssssssssssEsfi MtHijfc ! !' -l )sXPk'&k - ' fBMilrfsypBiPtiPHPslH ..t fssssssEiJ2fy&Bl?rat3Kjiftst PnRifcIjJv!Fw HlW'i.i 1? V 1 IflMi 1PIIb fill issWHLssssssssf rLsssssssW Ta . ? J 'IWHBr WiBii vlk r1 ' sttsrai&Mfesra tefe' WWMtiwl )u.uuvw... U.LLT' Z ' wj" tMMnw yiI? i' LJTT.T ?5wwtww j:..- . - -y wwtr jt nu iweuame-iBet h. ma ..J vSt&i ? !wnar5w FIRST PICTURE The Cowgirl concert this week in Stamford and is Dalo Schoonovor. Intramural Softball Under Way This Week Intramural Softball was slated to get underway this week in little Parramoie Field south of Marston gym with five teams participating. The program will progress in n tournament form featuring a double round robin schedule. No favorite has been established but it is expected that the Stceler3 will bo the team to beat. Tho Stecl- crs composed mostly of the men who formed a...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 18 April 1947

'mmfmrf---u v1 ( v -r 5T3 ' -V. k. . . J$S THE H-IU BRAND April 18 1947 acduilitl fa FVJHHjSsjf f hXjpsisA&lHkixiM'y MkWttl ramafi &&M. THE TRIANGLE Shown above left is the Simmon monument at it appeared latt year shortly after Founders' day services were held. Within the Triangle as it is laid out now are the graves of Dr. J. B. Simmons and his wife and son Mary E. Simmons and Robert S. Simmons; Dr. O. C. Pope. an early president; and Dr. J. D. Sandofer who was president of this institution for 30 years. In the second picture the monuments are shown in 1912. The ground about them is covered with flowers planted by Mrs. J. D. Sandefer. At extreme right is a photograph of the original Triangle taken somotimo after 1905. The iron fence was removed within a few years. Ser- vices are held annually at Hardln-Slmmons in commemoration of the efforts of men and women who wore responsible for the establishment and advance ment of tho univorsity. Three Local Schools Will Be Repres...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 26 April 1947

vev R J 1 ' -' .J&ljfa ' Vol. xxxi ?.;;;'"" - . H-SU' ABILENE. TEXAS APRIL 26 1947 :!: -k . - 'I t. ilCHl1 ('"'hil.liilM '' ..i. .. ' " ' !.' "WTI.i ' '" .'Tl t " I gjflo After staying up until all houra of the night cutting classes and working very hard wo finally com- pleted the Senior Edition of the Brand! Wo hope you like It! . . . Today Is an exciting day for Hardin-Simmons faculty and stu- dents. There are approximately 2000 high school seniors on our campus. Lets' mako an extra effort to show these boys and girls an enjoyable ray. Remember thoy are sorta inspecting us. Don't let your actions be the cause of someone's not deciding to come to H-SU. Its almost time for wo seniors to bid farwell to our Alma Mater. Even with time drawing near and every- one so buij it is awfully hard not to be cross and unpleasant with your fellow students . .- . Enemies ore often made by some trival incident just because you are worried. Let's try to be considerate of the people about us thoy...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 26 April 1947

itf ?- . 1 THE H-tU BRAND April 21 1M7 Lft ''W ;' ' :.4 V IW &' s & B.-' " W. r ': PS '"' 'Kr"' fe'V'y ..' Etttortata . . Well! students it's hero at Inst our dream of many years all at once (after a lot of hard work by certain people) come true. We've "griped" begged and tried ever so hard to havo a Bookstore like the one that is at our disposal now. It's such a friendly Place (as usual) but everything looks so "just right" that it's hard to believe. Even a new juke box which is more than we'd ever dreamed of and there's the pro- mise of the new booths and tables. I know there is not one student young or old that isn't proud of this new bookstore lct!s keep it looking liko it docs now so new stu- dents can bo proud of it too. Don't stick your chewing gum under the tables and counter. If you arc putting it there for futuro use you might get it mixed up with Bomeono else. Besides you can buy most any kind now (even bubble gum) for only a nickel. Don't mark on the walls or scr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 26 April 1947

;'"' r WM!tR1lff&'U April M 1847 THE H-iXJMAHO iWi tf ?" W4 M Degrees Be Given 70 Seniors This Spring One hundred seventy-two seniors will participate in commencement exercises June 2 according to Mrs. J. A. Beard H-SU registrar. One hundred two of that number will receive degrees on that date and 70 will be candidates for degrees on August 10 at the close of the summer session. Continuing the school's program of holding only one commencement service each year students eligible for graduation in August will take part In the June ceremony. Edward F. McFaddin associato Justico of lho Arkansas supremo court and H-SU ex will be tho commencement speaker and Dr. Stewart A. Newman professor of theology at Southwestern Baptist Seminary Fort Worth will deliver the baccalaureate sermon for grad- uating seniors on June 1. v Sixty-three students will be candi- dates for Bachelor of Arts degrees on June 2. Thirty-seven are sche- duled to receive Bachelor of Science degrees and two for the Ba...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 26 April 1947

THE H-SU BRAND April 26. 1947 Psfl4 Art Exhibit Held Friday Evening At Mary Frances Tho Hardin-Simmons University Art League was host for nn exhibi- tion of contemporary American port- raits shown under tho auspices of Portraits Inc. New York N. Y. Fri- day April 25 from 8 to 10. The preview exhibition of recent portraits by outstanding American painters which Is valued at $60000 was shown in the Parlors of Mary Frances hall. Tho Exhibit will be open to the public each afternoon from 3 to 5 beginning Saturday April 20 through May 4. There Is no admission charge. At the exhibition Thchna Andrews greeted guests and introduced them to Maude King dean of women who introduced J. D. Hancock president of tho Art League. Hancock intro- duced Dr. R. N. Richardson presi dent of II-SU. Miss Carpenter in- troduced Mrs. Richardson. Miss Lacy introduced Mrs. Morgan Jones president of the Abilene Museum of Fine Arts. Mrs. Martin introduced Mary Eula Sears Morris vice-president of tho Art Unit of t...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 3 May 1947

vr" r 'ir? Vol. XXXI H-SU ABILENE. TEXAS MAY 3 1947 No. 24 - V.T.T" "" ' D union. SditioH -stKssssssssssWBiBsssssssssssssssssssr3f9ssssssssr bssssssssssswbsssssssssVbi JBMPMff'FTB j v utfBJ"JijTBB-Bj-tKij jAj1' f v- -n -rr . IviiMlMITnVVWfVKa ' MkyOv Banquet Set For May 9 Reverend P. D. O'Brien pastor of the First Baptist church at Big Spring and popular West Texas after-dinner speaker will give the main talk at the annual Junior Senior Banquet to be held at 8:00 p. m. Friday May 9 in the ball room of the Hotel Windsor. "Once Upon a Time" will bo the theme of lho affair. Decorations will include a medieval cattle princes and princesses and other storybook characters. The menu and program will carry further the "storybook" motif. Arrangements for the banquet arc under the general supervision of Kay Johnson junior class social chairman. Decoration committee with Doro- thy Feathcrston as chairman In- cludes Joyce Cox Norma Newman and Floy Johnson. Lucilc Ballcngcr is chairman of the pr...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 3 May 1947

Ug-mr i v sw "?V THE H-SU BRAND . rjXi SMtariate . . . flunk and Vatt Why isn't there more interest in our school elections T Everyone's asking nnd nobody knows. It's tmc thnt if elections nrc given nny consideration at all they are treated ns n hum- orous matter. Despite the constant urging and reminders of student council president Bill Scott it was difficult to secure 100 signatures on one nomi- nation blank for each office to be filled. It should have been an easy matter with more than 18 times that many students enrolled. Someone suggested that student elections seem trivial to those who arc old enough to vote in state and nationnl elections. Of course they're far less important but the affairs and administration of a college should be of in- terest to everyone who attends it. Another explanation offered Avns that since we do not have student government in the real sense it doesn't matter who fills the offices of the student council. It does matter and this attitude may be one ...

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

If May 3. 1M7 THE H-SU BRAND ) . 5 Intrasquad Game Is Played Marston Swimming Pool Open Monday .The swimming pool In Marston "gymnasium will bo opened Monday May 5 according to Otho Polk direc- tor of physical education. A class In methods In swimming will be offered during the summer If sufficient Interest is shown and plans arc being made to conduct a course In water safety with possi- ble assistance from a Red Cross re- presentative. The pool will be available to men and women nt separate hours to be announced within a few days. Any- one interested in acting as life- guard or in teaching a swimming class is urged to contact Polk. Painting of the interior of the pool as well as the walls and ceil- ing of the room housing it was com- pleted this week by student workers. First FM Program Aired From Campus Saturday First frequency modulation broad- cast from the H-SU campus was aired Saturday when KRBCFM Abi- lenc's recently established FM sta- tion presented a play-by-play de- scrip...

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