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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 27 September 1947

PMP4 THE H-SU BRAND Spimbr 27 1M7 Evelyn Edmonds To Be Voice; Dept. Accompanist Lee Will Direct Extension Teach A.B. Lee former director of public relations for Decatur Bap- tist College has been placed In charge of the extension division and correspondence work at Har-dln-Slmmons. He will also teach two courses English 213 and Ac- counting 244. Lee whose home Is at Rising Star received his B. S. degreo in business administration from North Texas State and his M. Ed. from Texas. He taught for 13 years In the Decatur public schools nine of them as super- intendent before becoming asso- ciated with Decatur College. He has' done work toward n Ph. D. at Colorado State College. Enrollmenfc- (Continued from page I) hlawa and one from Bogata Co- lombia S. A. With the exception of Texas New Mexico has the most students enrolled with 44. California is second with 22 and Oklahoma third with 17. There arc five stu- dents from Illinois and the same number from Arizona. Eight are from Louisiana ...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 4 October 1947

' 1 4o RSI 4fc RS14 Convention wsc WxetMim.u -. 'sffsfy Vol. XXXII H-SU. ABILENE; TEXAS SATURDAY. OCTOBER 4 1947 No. 3 sssssBK .ssssssssssi 'sssssssW ssV jMMf &w i ji?sf Usssssssm sBswls JBsw mr JbsssVjPbssssssssV vLsssf i kHi4 " SKLmiP 'sbsssssssshbsssssssssssssssssssEbssV .B.ssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssBsii' arB;Hj .JtssssssssssL4BssV.IbbsY bissssssssssm ssssbpIsssssbssssssssssm J.'Iidv 6srtflLssisBikssssssssssrT & fiHHlBMvww7nNRBK4RVH . 73iR?t?J'-' j. rHpppppmil uV.lQlWBEisDiis i-iww . -- VVvWC dt Who's Who To Be Selected By Ballot Candidates for Who's Who in American Colleges and Universi- ties are being nominated at Har-din-Slmmons this week under th" direction of the student council. With a quota of 21-24 members from H-SU students will nomi- nate approximately 30 persons whom they believe qualified for the honor from which the final selection will be made by secret balloting. Qualities upon which nomina- tions aie based nic character scholarship lead...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 4 October 1947

A rt 2 THE M-SU BRAND October 4. 1147 : r . F EDITORIALS.... Though it is often hard to explain the existence of the Baptist Student Union or DSU ns it is familiarly known because it is so intangible we would assert again for the benefit of new students on our campus that BSU is not a club nor an organization. It is rather a move- ment toward keeping the religious life of the campus at a high level of which every Baptist student becomes a part when he unites with a local Sunday School or church or supports any of the campus religious organizations. Though BSU would not exist apart from the campus groups such as YWA Life Service Band or the Minis- terial Council it is not an organization itself and as a group has no campus political aims or voice. The executive BSU council is merely a group of stu- dents selected to coordinate the voluntary religious ac- tivities on the campus. They and their committee mem- bers on the greater council do not constitute a "higher order" of any sort bu...

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

Lx October 4i 1947 THE H-BU BRAND Ptff 3 Hardin - Ranchers Play With COWBOY By GEORGE HINE Tallest man in the saddle for the 1947 Hurdin-Slmmons Cow- boys in their opening tilt against Trinity at San Antonio last Sat- urday was J. C. Cook 210 lb. 0 (t. 2 in. right halfback from Daird Tcxus. Cook vicc-piesident ot the stu- dent council who is starting his third year with the Woodson- coached eleven got off to a flying start in the curtain opener when he took a second quarter aerial I jruiii ii junnsun uiiu ruceu across the last while line for a six point- er an dthe first touchdown of the year for the Ranchers. The P. E. major who brought the bacon back from Albuquerque and some 40 points from various track meets last spring used his ability as a hurdles champ to bow jV" over the Trinity secondary for two more markers before the final gun barked. Tuesday night Bullet along with the other members of the local football team packed his ole number 44 in a suitcase and boarded a train for...

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

h V ? ajggty-ywrv tWuri. r -. ""fei'v - am f. i Pf4 THE H-SU BRAND October 4 1947 Ik Vtttrans' Chtcks May Bt Dt laytd Veterans entering schools nnd colleges this fall may expect their subsistence check early in No- vember the Veterans Administra- tion has Just announced. The in- itial payment will include all sub sistence allowances due from the start of the semester through the end of the last full subsistence period before the check is Issued. No serious delays in payment of the checks was anticipated. The V. A. did encourage the newly enrolled students to be able to meet their own financial difficul- ties for the next month. The cause for so much delay was due to the fact that the V. A. Branch No. 10 is expecting an enrollment of over 100000 World War II veterans to enroll in col- leges and universities. The esti- mate for Texas is 75370; for Louisiana 20008; and for Mis- sissippi 9267. Fewer than eight out of one hundred have ever claimed full benefits which they arc entitled to...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 11 October 1947

AtUnA JZadda the Wildcat Ple-Qame Pep. (laUiai Vol. XXXII H-SU ABILENE TEXAS. SATURDAY OCTOBER 11 1947 No. 4 Cowboys Meet MHPBBHIHI SgaHH'' 'Jnlk lww firB HH ;uwitfir ilMfcv&f .uii i ; vf WW' - 'ifiH NO APPLE POLISHING HERE H-SU professors and staff reversed tho usual trend last Monday evening to glvo a reception and Informal party for students of tho university. Greeting students aro President and Mrs. Rupert N. Richardson extreme loft and at extreme right is English Professor W. D. Bond. More than 400 students mot new and veteran faculty members at the affair held in front of Mary Frances hall. Cowgirl Band Will Journey To Wichita Falls Convention Student 'Council Seeks Head For Range Guide J. N. "Red" Cleveland presi- dent of the student council an- nounced this week that he is searching for a student to edit the 1947-48 Range Guide student di- rectory. The booklet will con- tain information about H-SU a complete list of faculty and stu- dents organization heads and school so...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 11 October 1947

s THE H-8U BRAND October 11 1B47 r-s ii i i v k - editorials .... "2)a 2uol rr With several elementary schools near II-SU and more student drivers on the campus than ever before wo think the following contribution by Dean W. T. Walton espe- cially timely and thought-provoking. The letter was writ- ten to the Elmirn N. Y. Advertiser which observes: "If auy driver can resist its appeal he has no business with a driver's license." The letter reads: Dear Driver: A few weeks ago I saw a little girl struck by a car as she tried to cross the street. I saw a father race toward her and hold her to him as she struggled in the agony of death. I saw all the plans that had been made for her dashed and I saw the look of despair that came over his face. I could only offer a prayer that such a thing might never happen aguin. Today my daughter 6 started off to school. Her cocker spaniel whose name is Scoot watched her leave and whined his belief in the folly of education. Tonight we talked about sch...

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

s. October 11 1947 THE H-SU BRAND Cowboys Snapped SPORTS ROUNDUP By DUANE Listening to the Cowboy-Spartan affair over the radio last week now seems like a mystifying dream In a backset of smokcy darkness. At the start of the gome Al Johnson's rifle shots to Bob Mc- Chcsney making big masses of yardage thrilled Abilene folk with a satisfaction that almost explod- ed their great western hearts while the Cowboys pushed the ball over the double-stripe be- fore the Spartans got a feel of the pigskin. Evcreything was going wonderfully and suddenly a bolt of inspiration hit the California club with an Impact of bewilder- ment the Ranchers could not re- linquish. This was the night iho longost victory streak In Cowboy grid history was broken. The Cow boys had not beon defeated since 1941 when lhey lost by a narrow 7-0 to Texas Tech during which time they had won 22 intercolle- giate conflicts in succession. In the Spartan game the Cow- boys were continuously hounded with tough breaks. They ...

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

October 11 1S47 Pat 4 THE HiU BRAND Lift Strvkt Band Conducts Strviccs Life Service Band croups con- ducted the morning and evening services In the Lamar Street Bap tist Church in Swcbtwnter and the Plalnvlew Baptist Church near Colorado City Sunday Oct. 5. The speakers of the Sweetwater services were Bryan Ross morn- ing and John Petry evening. At the Plalnvlew services the speak- ers were D. W. Ward morning and Nathan Mulloy evening. Others participating In the pro- grams were Wendell Parker Tad Kikugawa BllHc-Word Gilbert Glmo Grace McCulloch Rusty Moses Derail Jones J. W. Chllds Rose Kolb Joe Caudle and Anita Sibley. o Von Nuys Delegation Sees S. J. S. Game A delegation of 17 persons from Van Nuys Calif. attended the Hardln-Slmmons-San Jose foot- ball game In Spartan stadium Fri- day night. Included in this group were Ben Williams and Al Becica former H-SU students; Howard McChesney Sr. father of Bob and Howard McChesney; Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Burris and Ethel Kale par- ents and au...

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

8f j0 . A Cndasu A Nomine 4a 2aeen A Aatninee 4?04 2ueen :.- ssriSai n 4. iAtnv TTr ii-TZ.;.' yCT'i-rrr-.-?ti.VKf.-: .rivwsu;.-;;' y'-x-ry-- -i..- Vol. XXXII H-SU ABILENE. TEXAS SATURDAY. OCTOBER 18 1947 No. 5 jmtrif&imwzmiimmmiHk-r- H li il i I i Ml MPil MMMWMiIMP 1 PPI 1 ""-. i. .... fTffJfVTiiK1?V-.AJ';' .. ri -'-tm.MA'J -. 7f0y - "--- - . ..--- - .- - .v;fr Field House Floor Is Sealed Marked Student Indifference To World's Problems Is Charged By Davis Lack of interest in world affairs among college students is an alarming phenomonem declared Howard Pierce Davis lecturer on international affairs PH-'ceding volleyball c0Ut.tS) painted green his speech here Monday night. )ino iadminton courts red and Indifference is not confined to ont. white tennis court are also campus groups Davis added but i iauj out. reflects an overall unwillingness a trophy case lias been con- of Americans to think since VJ;sttucted near the entrance in the day. The situation is an indict- ment of the le...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 18 October 1947

' i r 1 9tf THE H-SU BRAND October II 1147 ( ' ' EDITORIALS.... Wc hear a great deal of talk about school spirit not only here at Hardin-Simmons but on every college cam- pus In America. Everyone talks about it but you're apt to get blank looks in answer if you ask what school spirit is exactly. Most people will answer that it has something to do with being a good freshman with yelling at pep rallies and football games and shouting the praises of alma mater at every opportune moment. As we sec it school spirit is something much bigger and deeper than this. The things mentioned may be evidence of a fine school spirit but they should not be the only criterion by which it is measured. School spirit is nil idea and an attitude not a loud yoll. It's the feeling you have when you sing the anthem not the mere fact that you sing it. It's an undercurrent of good will in all your relations with students and fac- ulty of the university. It's a sense of loyalty to the ideas and ideals of the sc...

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

October 18 1947 THE H-SU BRAND Ranchers Down NM Lobos 33 - 7 In Conference Tilt dfl SPORTS ROUNDUP By DUANE A new means of tiansportation will bo In store for the Cowboy footballers when next Friday morning rolls around. After playing two home games In a row the Border Conference crown holders will board a plane to State College Mississippi for a joust with the Mississippi State Maroons of the Southeastern con- ference. Never boforo in Hardln-Slm-mom annals has an athletic toam travelod by air. The three and one-half hours trip it expected to prevent a great pressure which results from long weary Journeys by rail or but. In facing the Maroons the Cow- boys meet one of the most highly touted elevens in the South and certainly the strongest team the "Woodsonmcn will encounter on their schedule. Impressive Record Last year Mississippi State rolled up a ioial of 271 points to a moasloy 71 polntt for the op- position. In half their games lhey left their opposing teams tcorolesi among whi...

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

i Pat 4 THE H-IU BltAHD October 18 1M7 " w w Instruction in Use Of Library Offered Mrs. Algcno Roddy honor-graduate of the. University of Wiscon- sin library school has been added to the library staff as reference librarian according to Miss Thcl- ma Andrews librarian. Mrs. Roddy's duties include the instruction of students in the use of the card catalogue and other bibliographic tools in the library. She has on file several books on how to use the library material and how to study. She is on duty daily from 9:00 to 11:30 a.m. 1:30 to 5:00 p.m. and on Tuesday eve- nings from 7:00 to 10:00. In charge of the library annex are Mrs. J. M. Hamilton and Mrs. Unlta S. Wright while Mrs. L. Q. Campbell wife of the late Dean Campbell supervises the gorfcral library. James Dykes is assistant librarian. New student members of the staff are Ida Armstrong Vondcll Edwards Carol Finley iSaralyn Teaff.and Sue Bradshaw. Stu- dent members who have had one or more years on the staff arc Martha Nollncr ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 25 October 1947

V WI I t- S HJ M M 44 3 Vol. XXXII H-SU. ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY OCTOBER 25 1947 No. 6 1 ! ""WggHBHBi I . t i Homecoming Day Set For Nov. 15 FTA Party Planned For Monday Night A party for members of the H-SU chapter of FTA will be held Monday Oct. 27 at the home of Mrs. Lois Brlce 1102 Cypress according t6 plans made at a meeting of the group Monday morning. The organization Is sponsored by Ethel Hatchett H- SU education Instructor. Appointed at the meeting were Dorothy Haynes as program chairman Lorraine Griffin as ac- tivity chairman and Ann Gaines pianist. Next meeting of the chap- ter will be held Monday morning Nov. 3 at 10 a.m. In room 7 GI hall. B. A. Club Sees Movies At Meet Movies on "Aptitudes and Oc- cupations" and "Bookkeeping" were shown Tuesday night when the B. A. Club met for its regular session. "People in Love" read by Blllie Landers completed the program. Proceeds from Crackerjack sales at the meeting will be used for future socials. Meetings are held each Monday a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 25 October 1947

0 P 2 THE H-IU BRAND October 1647 EDITORIALS.... Galling AfoUmoHl While wanderiiu: around tin campus wo hnve hcnrd several ilisparnpintr remarks about the absence fiom pep rallies' and other student activities of students who live out in town. Reing one of the group whose home is in Abilene we feel qualified to appeal to fellow Abilenians and urge that we all get on the beam and see if we can't stir tip some remarks about the way that we back up our team and our school as a whole. We have noticed in other student publications severe criticisms on the lack of the proper school spirit. We don't feel that such an attitude is justified here but the student body needs the support of till factions if it is to exhibit that unified spiut that a school and a football team like ours deserve. True it is not always convenient to make a trip across town to attend some minor function particularly when it .seems as though we will never be able to tear down the attack of assignments that grows dail...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 25 October 1947

October 25 1947 THE H-SU BRAND Paf 3 Davis Now Second Leading Ground Gainer in Nation Ranchers Battle Maroons Today Standings Show H-SU Leads BC Hardin-Simmons seems to have a firm grip on the top of the Bor- der Conference standings as the various teams swing Into action this week. Almost any of tho conference teams left on the Cow- boys' schedule can give them a good race however. In their first two games both H-SU and tho Tempo State Sun- devils camo out victorious. Tho Hed Haldors from Texas Tech won their only conferonco game but have been both hoi and cold In their non-conforonco games. Arizona and West Texas State have each split two conference tilts while Texas Mines and New Mexico were busy winning one and losing two each. Games for tho week find New Mexico at Tucson for a clash with Arizona University and the New Mexico Aggies playing host to West Texas State. Non-conference games find H-SU at Missis- sippi State Texas Tech at Den- ver U. and Flagstaff playing at Wichita K...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 25 October 1947

mifr6iidWK'mw'mi?''x-um THE H4KJ BRAND October 28 1M7 Pa 4 Technical Staff Chosen For "Show-Off" Staging Ranch ers- Rehcarsnls for the "Show-Off" ' major production of the fall se- mester are being held each eve- ning except Wednesday Saturday and Sunday In Behrens chapel. Sponsored by University Players the production is directed by Dr. Katharine Boyd head of the speech department. Whit Glddeni and Virginia Dunagan have leading roles in the comedy scheduled for pres- entation Nov. 10 and 11 In Bohrons chapel. Other members of tho cast are Joan Harvey Virginia RandeL Hal Hervey Cecil Ruth- erford Chesloy York and Morris Johnson. Ruth Ann Hall is acting coach and Chesley York and Charles Fade will be stage managers. Other members of the production crew are Russell Adams electri- cian; Dee Wyndham and Chnrlcse Powell property managers; Har- lan Shaw designer; Virginia Ran- del costume chairman; Lawrence Skylstad and Virginia Randol publicity managers; and Ruby Lee Thompson and Doris B...

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

vs Gattal the IS. a eMo-uitan 6aufGM. Afo-nunee fiat JJSC-;.' TSSSStf'-- --'vhx.." " - i.rw Vol. XXXII H-SU ABILENE. TEXAS SATURDAY NOVEMBER 1. 1947 No. 7 ...3i;Hrui4K - vsmriuw jjy .wmaww. '-- mfrgBiSmmffm w im. &? " ' - .; ikmamvi.z:.ra rLmjr'Aji.iLiHr L'i viiaiHrn k : ammij- j" wwjwvi j-- xr -w -r --i- i t r r 1 1 ri . j . 1 r - - - -- - . .... - SSTtSSp'SS y Prizes Announced In Bronco Contest '; .. 1 1 J' B' lilt H I' IP ll"t . iinii M will i i" - ' ' t ti' i( ii l.ii Mil. i . In ' II ! v .llt.U il till . 'I ' '" ' j.. . i i .. i . iii.-i .i p ii i i i p.iini emnd pi ..i is .i Fi l-FKi-h . . m. i i. . nd thml p. .e i- .i Sheaf 111 ill k set T'v contest begirt Mi.iv rn I tniih thiiumh M..uh 1. 1H48 Entries will be judged for originality and composition.'" states Ivey. rt .- houll I1' pl.ii'i'd in an :u p. wv.h tin' name and ud- ot the photogiapher and 1 -1 . I m .it the Bionco oil lie oi 1M I in th -iMP-hot bos m the i i 1 -tin i H .. ' i ii. I. ii t.i pioputx Bii.ii.. -tall ...

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

V Saturday November 1. 1M7 THE H-SU BRAMD GotAMfinJU Review Pa&t EDITORIALS.... MaUin? Pay On Homecoming is' exactly two weeks away and the campus is not ready for it. Some Of the disorderly ap- pearance of the Forty Acres can be attributed to build- ing activity it's true; but there's no excuse for the paper candy wrappers and coko bottles strewn around the grounds. Most of it can bo charged directly to careless- ness and thoughtlessness. Those employed to care for the grounds have had a large enough problem in trying to keep trees and shrub- bery watered during the drouth without the trivial an- noyance of picking up paper etc. And even if they tried they couldn't keep pace with the hundreds of students who are on the campus daily. Not only do we want our campus at its best for the exes who will return to sec what progress we have made but for the student delegation from Texas College of Mines who will be here for the football game. Their impressions of our school arc likely t...

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

Saturday Novmbr 1 1947 THE H-SU BRAND Cowboys. In Border SPORTS ROUNDUP By DUANE In the Inst quarter of play at Mississippi State last Saturday afternoon big Maroon end Art Tait who was a chief trouble- maker against the Cowboys throughout the afternoon gath- ered In an Al Johnson branded pass that marked the first aerial interception chalked against the all-conference Cowboy quarter- back this season. Tait's catch was tho third Johnson-flung toss intercepted in three years and the 40th floater hurled into the heavens in the present season. In 1942 when tho senior Cow- COWBOY By GEORGE HINE "As goes the line so goes tho team" is a well known saying by many of today's leading sports ; prognosticators certainly only a few of the fans who gather out at the Fair Park stadium to watch the Hardin - Simmons Cowboys perform on the gridiron would1 contradict this statement. i Tho man who loads tho stellar j line play for tho boys in purplo and gold is senior lettorman Jack Ellison co-captaln...

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