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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 3 May 1947

.'few'. "WAfii ''WJfL . fcl : - . v THE H-BTJ BRAND May 3 1947 Ift: School Colors Were Almost Pink White At least they didn't think of chartreuse and fuschlal But our collegiate ancestors con- sidered some peculiar color com binations before deciding on ths purple and gold which now sym bollzc Hnrdln-Slmmons. Save for a single vote cast back In 1890 we might now bo sending athletes Into contests dalntly clad in pink and white and probably psychologically handicapped by their apparel. The purple and gold select- ed by this narrow mragln have for 51 years been hailed as the colors of the Cowboy school. . "It was in the year 1890 that the question of school colors first re- ceived consideration" according to Ccarley Klnard's feature article in the Brand on November 10 193o. "Dr. Thatcher president of Simmons college appointed a student com- mittee of three members to decide a suitable combination." W. E. Nell of Van Horn Texas was a member of the committee selected by Thatcher and desc...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 10 May 1947

rt t SopJtamabe Coition Sdtfian Vol. XXXI H-SU ABILENE TEXAS MAY 10 1947 No. 25 mmW"mmmmtmW Jt" .JtJKr jM Hw: . JmmmmvtmmmwfmmmWjSimmmw KiFvi 2K Jrmmmm sSssaBsm MVmmW'1' 1 ..agMr JIIsskHIbsssssssssssksbssssssssssssIbsssW''' ammmmmWjmmJrmmmmmmmMti 'ibsssssLHbssIb? JKbbssssssssI -s!bss)bssssssssss?:4a 1 - ilM i I H I l" r& ly Field House Will Be Largest Gym By BUTH ANN CROWSON After a hectic week of pounding Brand office typewriters chewing Brand office pencils and wasting Brand office copy paper the sopho- more staff gladly concedes Its posi- tions to the freshmen successors with the hope that you will find among the ruins of the office enough copy to carry on the gallant cause and may all your Christmases be white ... I We would also like to thank the reporters and other regular staff members that really did most of the work for their cooperation and interest. We would never have sur- vived without assistance. Adding humor and color to this week's collegiate activities are the n...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 10 May 1947

"iw.v ".ww ' i THE H-SU BRAND Mar 10 1947 r t fA .' ' lEMtflrials . . . Swimming Baseball Chicken-Heads tomUJd PL Activities For Shphomore Picnic For the past few months the increasing cost of living has grcntly unbalanced the economic equilibrium of the college student's financial status. This condition lias become an olarming issue in the progress of education. "A stable cquilibrum can only be obtained by adding to and taking from as one would do with a set of balances. The present economic situation as a set of balances is droging under the weight of climb- ing prices. Consequently the most direct ap- proach toward reaching a stable plan is to take weights from the expense side instead of adding to the income. This way results can be felt quicker. The seed of price reductions has been plant- ed and was recently germinated through the announcement at Ncwberryport of a price roll- back. This plan is spreading throughout the country like an epidemic with seeming success. It is lifti...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 10 May 1947

Mar 10. 1947 THE H-SU BRAND ? . I I. Vf W" It S ".5 arv j.a-j' wi V. -' . T 1 t I I " Track Men Compete In Annual BC Meet The Hardln-Simmons University track squad only five strong Is In Albuquerque New Mexico this weekend competing with eight other member schools of the Border Con- ference in the 13th annual BC track and field get-together being held this year at the University of New Mexico. Although Arizona University has won every track and field champion- ship in the Border Conference since it's organization in 1031 early In- dications were that Tucson school will have to strain a few points in order to stay up with the stiff com- petition to be offered by the other conference members. Despite the fact that Hardln-Sim-mons is sending what many would term a "token" squad for quantity several blue ribbons are expected to be returned to the Cowboy cam- pus through the efforts of J. C. (Bul- let) Cook one of the bcst-llkcd and most widely discussed athlete ever to wear the Purple a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 10 May 1947

'r- ywww THE H-IU BHAMD Ma? 10 1M7 MM hi A Cappella Choir Now On 5 Day Tour The Hardln-Simmons university A Cappella choir under the direc- tion of Kenneth L. Ballcngcr left Tuesday on a five day tour of West Texas and Now Mcxco Including Monohans Lamcsa Odessa Carlsbad and Artcsla N. M. Hobbs N. M Seminole and Snyder. The choir recently played the supporting choral role In the opera "Martha" which was presented by the Hardln-Simmons Voice and En semble department. In the recent opera the choral group had the dls tlnctlon of working with Giuseppe Bamboschcck former conductor of the New York Metropolitan opera. Trained to present all types of un accompanied choral music the group will consist of 22 voices picked from 32 members of the organization. All members were chosen by audition this fall and spring from the Uni versity Choral club. Among the numbers the choir will sing arc: "O Gladsome Light" by Arkhangclsky; "Cross of Sonow" by Sjbcllusj "Commit Thy Way" by Bach; "Create In Mo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 17 May 1947

i John Cleveland Elected Student Body President Vt$fVE& fllflV KMV0V KKKt.4mFEbf jHf'iB HfcYB BKErV'-kM -. (wJiDBf flBBIBMr BBI BBriB ' v?9HjvPIH jHvHIB-X. Vol. XXXI Ex-Football Player Now Makeup Man San 3 iHH NICE WORK IF YOU CAN GET IT Layne "Shotgun" Brltton was a football star before ho became a makeup man in Hollywood. Here "Shotgun" it shown with the beautiful VallL greatest Italian dramatic actress of stage screen and radio. Here "Shotgun" adds extra touches of lipstick as the actress goes before the cameras in scenes from the David O. Sels nick production "The Paradine Case." On Mr. Britton's makeup case he still proudly displays a worn-out Hardin-Simmons sticker. "Shotgun" is famous around Hollywood and Vine for his classy wardrobe his car and bis chatter. His chatter is constant loud and hilarious. Lane shoots golf once a week with Bop Hope because as Hope explains. "It's the only way I can get material for my next week show. "His friends are everybody and as "Shotgun"...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 17 May 1947

T'f ""f' ' V Kj wii fcyP ' '" . B.t' i; i 1 . 11 ;f f THE H-KJ BRAND Mr 17 1947 .TTT iV r.v H ft P I. la 3 F .. & H EMtarial . . . ?t r "" Band cuUu XAVIER CUGAT Guy Lombardo Glenn Mil- ler Tommy Dorscy Les Brown ntul Ina Ray Ilutton make up some of the greatest band leaders of our modern world today. Let's not fool ourselves students ; we have a band leader here at H-SU that is second to none. I refer to Marion B. McClurc lender of the Cowboy Band. McCluro is a "solid citizen" according to popular opinion here on the cam- pus. I havo never seen a band leader before that tried to please the general public as does McClure. Our hats are off to the lender of the world famous "Cowboy Band." o Paj 4b the PsU Tho first line of defense of our liberty and lhe front line of attack in defense of our liberty is lhe press of Amorica. The greatest robbery in the world is the whittling away of the liberties of the American People. THE PRESS IS THE GUARDIAN OF FREE SPEECH AND LIBERTY . . . Res...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 17 May 1947

Mf 17 1M7 THE H-fU BRAND fcftt Pictured abovo is the 1947 Cowboy baseball nlno. The team Is in Albuquerque this weekend returning a two-game series with tho New Mexico Lobos. In a recent meeting at Abilene' Blue Sox stadium the Lobos swept a two-game series 5-4 and 16-13. Pictured left to right. Front row: Coach Murray Evans Ray Salo infieldert Wayne Foresythe catcher J. B. Glbbs outfielder) Frank Bounds infielder; Jack Boles Catcher) Gone Spires Infielder. Back rows Moe Hedrick pitcher) Howard McChesney pitcher) Al Johnson outfielder) Jack Ellison outfielder) Wilton Davis infielder) Red Cleveland outfielder) Lefty Tolbert infielder) Bob McChesney pitcher. 4W tie Cditori QiUl- Two Major Sports Now In Progress On Campus By LEO REYNOLDS Because the football suits arc in tho mothballs again and the basket- bailors have already been awarded their letters it may seem to tho sidc- lincr that sports on the campus arc at a rather low obb about this time of year. Actually though there's two ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 17 May 1947

. tlW. fclJ flWf f '' -wwn-fy THE H-IU BRAND MT 17. 1947 Athletes Supply Many Thrills For 1946 Purple Gold Fans It has been a thrill-packed year for the purple gold In athletics. The most extensive sports program in the history of (ho school was high- lighted by the golden-togged cow- boy football squad when they cap- tured the Border conference title by smearing the Texas Tech Red Raiders 21-0 at Fair Park stadium making the second time the Cow- boys have gained sole possession of the Border grid crown in only three years of active competition in the cactus circuit. In Ml the Cowboys shared the football championship with Tech and in '42 and '40 they were the undisputed possessors of the crown. Thd game that decided the '40 championship was played in a very warm November sun before a crowd of some 12000 frenzied fans. The game was hardly two minutes old when the. first score was marked up for the Cowboys. Mixing their plays cleverly the Cowboys moved from their own thirty into scori...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 24 May 1947

V" Qood uck Qood Jluch Senior Vol. XXXI H-SU ABILENE TEXAS MAY 24 1947 No. 27 Wz2r JMJmKm Xmmmuts' AiT'&Kv jEHM VaLV WJmmjXflr ! i . 1 K 1J ht Now comes the time of the year when everybody studies. Especially the slow students but (don't lot 'cm kid you) the smart ones too It is also a time when friends and roommates too begin to say their goodbyes. Seniors who have de- clared all year that they will laugh at being able to leave for the final time furtively brush at their eyes and say "Well this is my last chapel program" or "I don't guess I'll sell my books after all. I might want to look them over sometime." No one can deny that it has been a wonderful year. A record enroll- ment new buildings going up every- where a topnotch football team and n peacetime quota of boys boys boys. Prof. Bond caused a great deal of curiosity in chapel Friday by asking how many students had Shakespeare reels and hem (?) rods It is all con- nected he says with angling al- though it sounds more as ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 24 May 1947

iwSfWJj'r'' ' '-m(r. V ! THE H-SU BMAKD May 34. 1M7 V I --4 r - itt ff reu M' -" If'- "c lr 74 . " WWh '! "W J .' 4 l&ttoriate . . . Hardin-Simmons hns had an outstanding v football team and hns an up-and-coming base- ball team why don't wo go in ns strongly for ' track events t Tho turn-out was disappointing this season both among entrants and cheering sections. Thcro must bo a reason or number of reasons. One reason that wo know of is that tho school supplies no satisfactory track for the hopefuls to work on. A gallop1 or two around an unmeasured uneven football field is not encouraging cither to spirit or to leg muscles. Men should be encouraged to participate in track by being provided with proper facilities. If thcy'ro really going to work they deserve it. J. D. Jtomm Swi. That book on the second shelf of your book- shelf which has the white numerals on its spine would really like to jro home to the library. That book and all its brothers arc due no later than Thursday May ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 24 May 1947

'MT4. 1M7 THE K-ITJ MUUTO ! Davis Champ HSU Batter Driving out 18 runs In 39 times at bat Wilton Davis Austin was the batting champion the leading run getter and the most frequent stealer of bases for the Hardin- Simmons university baseball team t which ended its season last Saturday with an 8 to 5 victory over New Mexico. In eight games the Austin fresh- man had an average of '400 scamp- ering across the plate 13 times in eight contests and stoic seven bases. Along with Al Johnson Dublin he was at bat the most number of times. A home run with the three corners occupied against New Mexico in a game played in Abilene was the high mark for Davis. Included in his 18 safeties were a pair of two base hits a triple and a home run. A Davis was also the leading base 9 stealer having taken away seven corners six of them from the Lobos. I Nolan Harvey El Centra Calif. I allso a newcomer this year to the Cowboy athletic ranch had a higher average than Davis but he competed in only four games. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 24 May 1947

krr-ma- u X 'Z v 1""' rVpii w? . 'V; Mar U 1M7 mmm k 1 M ffn ' A.jx ; r Mt' V" . . '- -- More and Improved Men's Clothing Here Contest Concerning Ex-Students Closes Sponsored by the English Depart- ment the essay contest on "Roman- tic Careers of Ex-Students of Hardln- Slmmons University" closed April 25 with thirty entries. Established this year the purpose of the contest Is to create an Interest In the lives of ox-students. Mr. Solon Feather- ston of Wichita Falls a graduate of the University and a member of the board of trustees has given $100 to be given as awards for the four best essays. Papers were prepared by under- graduates of nil classifications. Some of the people written about arc George Motion John D. Alexander Macon D. Sumcrlin Bob Rogers Jefferson Davis Sandcfcr John R. Hutto and Rupert N. Richardson. The winners will be announced later. The cash awards arc to be divided as follows: First Prize $50.00; Second Prize $25.00; Third Prize $15.00; Fourth Prize. $10.00. Ea...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 17 September 1947

Welcame AeuA Students r -' -'"WC4in --. J.J.v' Vol. XXXII H-SU ABILENE TEXAS WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER 17 1947 No. 1 s.-w . -'n'VW? Convocation Set For Chapel Hour Friday Morning Convocation services for the opening of the fall semester will be held at 10 a.m. Friday Sept. 19in Behrcns chapel with the tra- ditional reading of the 13th chap- ter of I Corinthians by Dr. M. A. Jenkens of the First Baptist Church followed by a prayer by the Rev. W. E. King of the Uni- versity Baptist Church. Pastors of all Abilene churches will give welcomes to students and make announcements con- cerning their churches. All friends of the university are invited to attend the opening program. An address will bo made by Roscoe Blankcnship at chapel ser- vices Saturday morning Sept. 20 welcoming students to Abilene. o Welcame j Neut Student RED" CLEVELAND In behalf of the studeni body I would like to welcome all in- coming freshmen and new stu- dents to Hardln-Simmons Uni- versity. We want you freshmen with- o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 17 September 1947

f'WSj'f r THE H-SU BRAND September 17. 1947 ty if-M Bran A Weekly College Newspaper published every Saturday during the term by the Hardln-Simmons Press Club in the Interest of the Student Body of Hardln-Simmons University. Entered as Second Class mall matter June 22 1017 at the Post Office at Abilene Texas under Act of March 3 1879. Subscription Price Both Semesters Advertising Rates on Request ..$1.00 Editorial Office: Rose Field House west side Hickory Street Circle. Downtown Office: 241 Hickory Street. Telephones: 7871 4627 and 5231 CMU BuUnll Afyi.. 4lof jok -GlydU jaluuion EDITORIALS.... Vndsated and Untied "Undefeated and untied" that's the phrase that seems to follow automatically any mention of the Hardin- Simmons football team. It's a splendid record and well worth boasting about. But tbia is the beginning of a new season. The Bor- der conference championship the defeat of Texas Tech the Alamo Bowl victory these are just triumphant his- tory now. The 1947 schedule is befor...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 17 September 1947

t September 17 1947 THE H-SU BRAND Fat ' - Boxing Champions To Enroll at H-SU Three Golden Gloves champions will enroll at Hardin-Simmons and be candidates for the school's first Border Conference boxing team according to a report by the Fort Worth Star-Telegram. Tom Adams 1947 Texas Golden Gloves light heavyweight cham- pion; Bill Mills 1047 district Gold- en Gloves champion; and Bill Henderson feather weight cham- pion have Indicated their prefer- ence for H-SU the report said Adams and Mills arc both from Brownfield while Henderson is from Lcvclland. Boxing is one of the newci sports added to the school cur- riculum Otho Polk physical edu- cation director said. Lights r.nd a removable ring are planned for the new Rose Field House. Lockers baskets and racks have been ordered for PE classes and should be delivered early in the fall semester. Another Innovation in the de- partment is the assignment of all freshman girls to their physical education activities. All classes will be hel...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 17 September 1947

P4 THE H-8U BRAND Sptombr 17 1847 Degrees in Four Fields Available In Speech Dept. Degrees In four fields of speech activity will be available to Har-dln-Slmmons students this year Dr. Katharine Boyd head of the speech department has an- nounced. Bachelor's degrees may be ob- tained with majors In oral In- terpretation play directing act- ing and radio. Three students are now working for master's degrees In the field of speech Dr. Boyd said. New speech courses Include a sophomore course In stage tech- niques and an acting course em- phasizing study of the great roles of theater history taught by Ruth Ann Hall. Dr. Boyd will teach religious drama during the fall semester and Bible reading dur ing the spring semester. In addition to radio speaking and radio drama courses in radio production radio journalism and radio announcing will be taught. Advanced courses in public dis- cussion and debate will be added to the speech curriculum and public speaking will bo empha- sized. Six faculty...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 27 September 1947

Attend fyHiaektify '"wjKSr 'BHflB .'JSEMKKmJvfr fti2'mjr-K JrMp'tKStKiK .rM tmKKtmC J Rectpiton wcvi wcw-sraSisE '"rv Wi." rzr ir vt - r 3L" ttjkm.'c? t?.Si- Vol. XXXII H-SU ADILENE. TEXAS SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 27 1947 No. 2 Enrollment Figure Total Field House Stage Awaits Installation Reception Planned For Monday Night The all-university reception an- nual affair designed to allow stu- dents and faculty to become ac- quainted will be held Monday evening Sept. 29 from 7:30 to ..0:30 p.m. according to Tiuett Sheriff publicity chairman or the laculty social committee. The informal reception will be held in front of Mary Frances hall where all faculty members and their husbands or wives will re- ceive students. Jeanne Long Tomme home economics Instruc- tor is chairman of the reception committee. Other members are Mrs. B. L. Lacy Mrs. Mary N. Shaw Maude King dean of wom- en Mary Collins and Prof. W. -C. Ribblc. Students are invited and urged to use this opportunity to becomn acquainted wi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 27 September 1947

Fa I THE H-SU BRAND September 27. 1947 . K EDITORIALS.... Only once each year docs a. student have the oppor- tunity to meet the entire faculty socially and informally. The All-University reception now an annual tradition will be held Monday night at 7 :30 in front of Mary Prances hall and all students arc invited and urged to attend the affair. In addition to faculty members whom you may not have met last year fourteen have been added to the staff this semester. You've seen or will be seeinglsomc of them in the classrooms and this is your chance to really "get acquainted." You needn't bo a social butterfly or an apple polisher to attend. Meet the faculty. Who knows? You may even like them. F. J. o & aH tU WvuU Several times during the past week we have heard freshmen asking for the words to "The Parade of the Purple and Gold" which should serve as a reminder that new students can't get school spirit and become one of us without a little cooperation on our part. We'd like to sug...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 27 September 1947

Sntmbr 27 1947 THE H-SU BRAND Pat 3 1 Cowboys Defeat Trinity Tigers 39-0 In Season Opener Ranchers to Face San Jose State With n 39-0 victory over the Trinity Tigers behind them Hardln-Simmons' Cowboys will en- train for the west coast Tuesday for an intersectional contest with the San Jose State Spartans in San Jose Calif. next Friday night. In the Trinity affair last week- end Wilton "Hook" Davis for- mer Austin High star got off to a flying siarl as a member of the select group seeking a starting left halfback position. Although ha didn't start Saturday night's con test Davis gathered 157 yards 90 of them on a klckoff roturn to pace the Cowboy ground attack. From scrimmage Davis accounted for 67 yards in 17 tries with tho pigskin. No injuries were suffered by the Cowhands although Straw- berry Rowan all - conference tackle and Jesse Clardy a guard letterman were absent from the line-up due to injuries received in practice prior to the game. San Jose who also opened their season l...

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