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

i rh r- i ; iT "" T ' " --- wf - '-ar- THE H-RU BRAND Saturday November 1 1947 School of Music Adds Three New Teachers Harlan Shaw Directs Players Club Drama "The Mnn Who Died at Twelve o'clock" one-net play by Paul Green was presented by the H-SU Players Club In Dehrens chapel Thursday night. Cast for the production direct- ed by Harlan Shaw included El- lis Posey as January Evans Edith Eldrldgc as Sally and Bob Hill as Charlie. Stage designer was Sid Holden and Merle Jean Vaught was in charge of makeup. January portrayed n drunken grandfather who had visions of the Devil coming nftcr'him. Sally and Charlie sweethearts who are kept apart by the old man rig up a dummy to come for him. As a result January reforms and permits the two to marry. BSU Convention- (Contmucd from Pago 1) Music for the convention was excellent and varied the high- light of which seemed to be the colored Wheatley High School choir from Houston judging from the spellbound attention of the audience and the oil'...

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

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Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 8 November 1947

l-i- ao s THE H-iD BRAND Saturday November 8. 1M7 -r"- fti Hy.Wjf twl tw-w EDITORIALS.... "One who stands near; one present but not taking part" that's the way Webster defines n bystander and that's a very apt description of far too large a per- centage of H-SU students at school activities. Appar- ently they attend pep rallies just to enjoy the yell leaders' acrobatics. -They put on their best looking clothes and come to the Hallowe'en tacky party just to see what sort of costumes the others are wearing. When you're yelling your heart out at a pep rally it's about as heartening as a dash of cold water to spot one of those ''sophisticated" individuals who stands in frozen silence with an amused indifferent Stare. And surely the student who adopts this "made of marble" pose isn't enjoying himself. Leaders and planners of student affairs can do only a limited amount. The final success of any occasjon is up to the students who attend. No amount of detailed pro- gramming elaborate decor...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 8 November 1947

Saturday November 8. 1M7 THE H-SU BRAND Paff i H-SU and Texas Tech Reserves Ranchers Clash With Mines Prepare By AL JOHNSON ! Hardln-Slmmons' reserves who JL have been taking it on the chin from the varsity all season in dally scrimmage sessions will be gunning for their first victory in two starts when they play hosts to the Texas Tech Red Raiders Reserves on Hardin - Simmons' . Parramoro field Tuesday after- noon at 2:30. In their only outing of the sea- son the Junior Cowboys dropped ' a 20-7 decision to the San Angclo Junior College Rams. The reserves for the most pari of the season have been the gui- nea pigs for varsity offense ma- neuvers in daily drills and have been kepi busy running plays of the A squadders' opponents. They have had little time for concen- trating on their own plays. The Tech reserves will ride in- to town hopeful of avenging a C-0 setback administered them in 1941 by a group of Hardin-Sim-mons freshmen composed of "Moe" Hedrlck Jack Ellison "Red" Clevelan...

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

- Pag 4 THE H-SU BRAND Saturday November I 1M7 Girls PE Classes Follow New Plan Yarbro Is Elected Orchestra Prexy Donald Dean Yarbro senior mu- sic major from Abilene was re- elected president of the H-SU Symphony Orchestra at a recent meeting held by the group. Yar- bro who plays first flute in both orchestra and Cowboy band is also president of the band this year. Other officers named to serve with Yarbro arc: Mrs. Jerome L. Gunn vice-president; Paula Har- ris secretary; and Mrs. Martha Daniel Borars. librarian. Cecil Barnett is program chairman and members of the program com- miteo arc Mrs. Macon Summcr- lln Mrs. Gunn an& Russell Coth- ran. According to Herbert Preston conductor of the orchestra re- hearsals are now in progress for the first concert of the season slated for the afternoon of Nov. 23 in Behrcns chapel. Dale Schoonovcr is associate director. Personnel of the orchestra in- cludes professional musicians and students majoring in music. o Life Service Band Mas Speci...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 15 November 1947

" " J "T Welcame Afineid. and Annual JtamtcomUtf CditiaH - tuvat)c4tuti -. ;v'''' 'iiUMy y Vol. XXXII H-SU. ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY NOVEMBER 15 1947 No. - -.-r.u-- -. wfv Molly Hinds Elected University Coronation and Banquet Slated For December 2 Molly Hinds senior from Tyc was elected University Queen In an election conducted by the student council in chapel Thursday morning. Molly nn elementary education major is n member of the Cowgirls the Future Teachers of America and the Home Economics Club. Mucker Cowboy Bands in Colorful Half-Time Show The Mucker band from tho Texas College of Mines combined with the Gold Diggers the Mines official pep squad and the H-SU Cowgirls assisted by the Cowboy band will divide half-time to- night at the Cowboy-Miner game in Fair Park stadium to stage a colorful array of marching and music. The Mines aggregation will take the field first followed by the H- SU show featuring the Cowboy band Cowgirls and six white horses. The field will be dark- ened d...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 15 November 1947

r 0 I hV Pa I THE H-SU BRAND Saiurday November 15. 1947 k i 8 -N. ( fc EDITORIALS.... It's a very special privilege to have School of Mines students as visitors on our campus today and we welcome the opportunity to see the Mucker band and the Gold Diggers in action at Pair Park stadium tonight. Wc hope your visit hero will serve to make even bet- ter the good Tclatioriship that exists between our schools. Stake your claim to hospitality anywhere on the Cowboy campus today and may the better team win on the grid- iron tonight. P.J. o tadition and JlomtcambUf Today is Homecoming day at Hardin-Simmons Uni- versity. 'It has been an annual tradition since before 1920. Homecoming 'day is set aside so that old acquaintances .can get together and so we can show off just what Har-aih-Simmons stands for freedom of religion speech andNll those things so vital to a democratic form of government. Education has been and will remain essen- tial to the maintainence of the America wc know. Wo are pr...

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

i'l Saturday. Novsmbsr IS 1947 THE H-SU BRAND t 4 Wilton H-SU and Mines Ready For Clash By DAVID After racking up their third Border Conference gome by lac- ing the Buffs of West Texas State last Fiiday night 27-6 the H-SU Cowboys will turn their guns on the unpredictable Texas College of Mines eleven before an ex- pected Homecoming crowd of some 8000 fans in Fair Park sta- dium tolnght in what is slated to be the number one tussle of the Border Conference this week. The Miners downed conference-loaguo-leading Arizona Stalo of Tempo last Saturday night at El Paso to knock the Sun Devils out of the running for the Bordor Conference honors. Beforo tho game with tho Miners last week the Tempo Sun Dovils were lead- ing tho Border Conference) with thrco wins and no losses. The Cowboys gunning for their fourth conference victory of the season will be at top strength with all tho Cowpokes aimed to drlll the Miners. Mines will be seeking to avenge a defeat hand- ed them last year in El Paso...

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

"a 7W"T? ?fT s4 THE H-8U BRAND Saturday November II 1M7 Essay Contests Open To Students In Spring Junior Cowboys- (Continucd from . page 3) the California snaggcr was downed in his tracks. Big end Bill Sorrell was dropped on the 19 where he grabbed n Hennln-gcr-tossed acriaL Kirby blazed through the Raider line to mark up a first on the six followed by a left side plunge to the one yard stripe. Stamper lost four and a few plays later Tech took over on the five. The last Cowboy threat came when Hcnningcr passed to end Sid McHaney inside the 10. Tech's only disastrous attempt Jo touch the Ranchers for a score was in the fourth quarter. Raider back Ikcv Stuvcr heaved a long pass into the waiting arms of Riley who was stopped on the H-SU 15. The Tech offense fal- 'tercd the ball went over on downs and Ray Perry kicked out of danger for the Cowboys. Game Statistics H-SU Tech 8 first downs 3 98 yards gained rushing -57 44 yards lost rushing 56 2 of 8 passes 3 of 11 38 yards gained paiing ...

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

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

TfcJ -- ae I THE H-SU BRAND Saturday. November M 1M7 EDITORIALS.... A QioiHf Jfaliday As the holiday season approaches we in II-SU and throughout America can list innumerable blessings when wo pnuse to consider. We immediately think of things like freedom of worship the privilege of a college educa- tion and an opportunity to use our ability to the best advantage. Some of us would not even bother to list warm and adequate clothing and an abundance of nourishing food. These arc things which we have come to take for granted because we have always had them. This could happen only in the United States. Most of the world is in desperate need of even the barest necessities of life. Hun- ger and cold are ravaging European peoples. Our government has plans to help suffering countries as much as possible. The Friendship Train idea was con- ceived and the project launched by individuals. Now Hardin-Simmons students have an opportunity to help in a definite way. Any clothing or other suggested...

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

Saturday. Movmbr 22. 1947 THE H-BU BRAND Fa i H-SU TECH TIED IN BC LEAD By "BULLET" COOK The two top positions in the . Border Conference race ore set- lttled but a spirited three-way bat- tle is under way for third place. The Hardin-Simmons Cowboys and Texas Tech Red Raiders still unbeaten In conference play will sotllo tho big question when thoy meet Nov. 29. Arizona . At izona State and West Texas State arc giving quite a battle for third place each with three wins and two losses. Last weok's games found Har din-Simmons winning ovor Texas Mines 18 to 0 while Arizona gained a 26-13 victory over Tem po. West Texas trounced Colo rado 40-6 whilo Now Moxico squcezod past Drake 8-7. Games this week find Tempo Sun Devils at Canyon and Texas Tech at New Mexico while the N. M. Aggies visit Texas Mines. Arizona takes on Marquette at Tucson. Bordor Conference Standings W L T Pel. Pts. Op. H-SU ... 4 0 0 1.000 113 20 Texas Tech 2 0 0 1.000 62 41 Arizona 3 2 0 .600 97 114 Ariz. (Tempo) 3 2 0 ...

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

. i .j I :p"4 THE H-SU BRAND Saturday MowmlMr 22 1M7 Mcllveene Names New Group 'Colts' Charles Mcllveene junior stu- dent in Hardln-Slmmons Uni- versity was awarded first prize In the contest conducted by the children of ex-students of H-SU in the naming of the organization. The prize was awarded by the committee after more than 50 entries had been considered for the honors. Mcllveene submitted the name "Colts" for the group and his sug- gestion will become the official name of the organization Mrs. Mary Shaw secretary of the ex- students said. Second prize went to Maude King who submitted the name "Yearlings." Mcllveene Is a ministerial stu- dent whose home Is in Cotton Valley Louisiana. He Is In his second year In Hardln-Slmmons and has been In charge of job placement for H-SU studenst. Aid for Europe- (Continucd from Page 1) New Dorm: Jackie Butler sen- ior; Edna Edwards junior Mar- tha Ann West sophomore and Pat "Sandy" Johnson freshman. Smith hall: Kay Green senior; Wistie Rcld...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 6 December 1947

i Win W AIL Gaaebd. Jlaiia 7Ue Jemp Sun 2bhU s --' VXtxttmUHu Wj' Vol. XXXII H-SU ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY. DECEMBER 6 1947 No. 11 c 'sfefoglfjfcy ."jOMm .rfllKUKBMKr' .BflSPBHWj JrP'fttjnKkm .Pfl KBHHvlir 'iWWW575?rraiSCtSCaBBHiBWlBWiB552Sr r- w.r- .- . --- 17VfyfcvVfTt23E ks Cowboys San Diego Aztecs to Rose Field House Is Readied! For Open Ford Discusses Vocation Choices "Know thyself before choosing n lifetime profession" advised Dr. Hoyt Ford director of voca- tional guidance and professor of psychology at H-SU on the Fac- ulty Speaks program over KRBC Monday at 9 p.m. Listing ability interest and personality at three factors to be taken into consideration in choos- ing a vocation Dr. Ford stated that only 10 per cent of those who failed to make good in the semi- professional fields were dis- charged because of inability to do the work. Misfit personalities were blamed for the other 90 per cent that failed. "In the impersonal profession of engineering per- sonality grades were mor...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 6 December 1947

Paf THE H-SU BRAND Saturday December 6 1947 EDITORIALS. BohhI 2umitian The voters of New York ami Ohio in recent elections) stamped approval on proposals to grant bonuses to the World "War II veteran residents of their states. The sums appropriated for this purpose were 400 million and 300 million dollars respectively. The last legislative session of Texas presented dis- cussed and defeated a like proposal. WHY! The men and women of Texas fought just as hard and just as long as these men and women from the other states. Should this partiality be shown J Texas ranks fiftlrin the number of service men and women who are veterans of World War II. 220030 Texas men and women fought for the United States dur- ing the period encompassed by the years 1941 and 1945. Monetary values cannot bo ascribed to two or three years of one's life. These states that have approved bonus bills have shown that they arc grateful and arc trying to compensate partially at least for the time lost while serving ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 6 December 1947

Saturday. December 6 1947 THE H-SU BRAND HbbbLyB( aWeaVuteaCaHBaatneT Br iHUfiHMBBMBuXBAflLlSvftttHVlP dtitKc TsVflslBBaBflSfleaViWTOi-sc - jc -b..xe .x" leaaHK j&agE tfi 9x bjKw ffnlBHlBmjA flatBwsTTSwaLarssfSMsVssWFsffarT v tpIiVS fln? xvlfeBHeer TtIwcK fl f Jr BaffJ" YTra?BPa Jwft--M-y ao-'wfw x?' . DAVIS PASSES For iho first timo in his college careor nation's leading ground gainer Hook Davis (24) tossed an aerial. Tho play originated In lho first half during the melee with Texas Tech In Lubbock last Saturday. Tho Austin froshman heaved tho pigskin Incomploto in lho end zone intondod for end Jack Boles. Pat Bailey (23) is shown in preparedness to givo the passor pro- tection. The Cowboys dropped tho contest 14-6 ta give lho Raidors tho Border Conference titlo. (Photo by Thurman.) Hardin-Simrnons Cage Team Off on Intersectional Journey By DUANE SANDLIN Hardin - Simmons' baskctecrs coached by Wes Bradshaw were duo to launch their formal 1047-48 hardwood campaign this week with...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 6 December 1947

ptf THE H-SU BRAND Saturday Dcmbr 6 1947 Alpha Chi Initiates 31 New Members Officers wore ekctcd nnd 29 new members were installed at a meeting of the Julius Olscn chap- ter of Alpha Chi honorary scho- lastic organization in the home of Dr. and Mrs. Hoyt Ford last week. Dr. and Mrs. O. O. Watts assisted Dr. and Mrs. Ford as hosts for the gathering. Officers for the coming yoar aro Lola Fonvillo president; Paul Miller vice-president; Gut Dixon. treasurer; Alice Osborne secre- tary; and Wayland Yates report- er. Dr. Ford and Professor Wm. D. Bond were elected sponsors. Social and program committees named by the group arc: program Floy Johnson Mary Lou O'Rcar and Paul Miller; social Charles Freyschlag Wynogcno Ellison and Betty Day Lawrence. New members ares Carol Vivian Reeves Earl Wesley Fullman Ruby Lee Thompson. Thomas Harrell Todd Rena Lee Williams Charles Ralph Freyschlag. William T. McCawley Kay Johnson Donald Dean Yarbro Ruby Nell Williams Robert Gans James V. Browning Wynogcno...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 13 December 1947

cJfeab "IkeMeltiaJi' A laMat On 'Ike. laUi 'TQSsilSSaSSSrSK: ' ;' AZT & tiiMtxr?"- o : :- -' -'- Vol. XXXII H-SU. ABILENE. TEXAS SATURDAY. DECEMBER 13 1947 No. 12 "trTA!JKjl55 .bbIbbbbbbbbbbbtbbHbbbW rGEKrK' bbHbbk vOarHtr !bV'LiVbbbb9bbbv V SNbbbHbbb jHsbbbbbbstsbbbLsbbw jW 'fl'2mwt. tTMT IHilllWBBBBBBBBBWBBBBaEBBW jHBbH .r-ds r .SB 2V B V JBr ' 'r bbbbbbbbb "TbbbbvBbbBbbbbbbbbVS M J' t' f rr ... r - .Lj ntvHKW .li'T.i'iV w. - A .i - r 7--- - BBBBBBBB V "vw'---r-. ft- a vCp CKTSiHHnSHl bbbbbHI . "m. . .? s? PraAXSMnHHBBBB INSPECTING COMPLETED FIELD HOUSE Admiring tho many modern features of the recently complotcd Roso field (houso on iho H-SU campus are left to right Warren B. Woodson athletic di- rector; E. W. Lcdbetlcr socretary-ircasuror; and Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Rose whoso donation of $25000 mado possible tho moving of tho former Camp Berkeley structure to the Cowboy campus. Roll- away bleachers at loft occupy only two feet of floor space around the wall. Extended at right th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 13 December 1947

'"-fti-" :; A u ? THE H-BU BRAND Saturday December 13 1947 I i - "nc ;" ' t: k j If EDITORIALS.... Jt-Sl4 VtUtOHl SpMak Following an editorial concerning Btato bonuses for veterans published in the Brand last week a poll was conducted among veterans on the campus to determine whether or not they would favor such legislation in Texas. The following expressions of opinion were given in answer to the question: "Do you think that veterans should be paid n bonus by the state 1" Winston Moore : I think overseas veterans should re- ceive a bonus but those who served in the States should not. Ben Brock: "Several states have already given bon- uses. I think Texas is one of the richest states in the USA and therefore should give her veterans a bonus. We can't afford to let other states get ahead of Texas. Eugcno Schoolcy : I am not in favor of a bonus though I could use the money. Mickey Johnston: It would merely increase taxcs.iu future years. Bill Williams : Yes though some veterans would n...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 13 December 1947

V fat ' V j Saturday. December 13. 1947 THE H-SU BRAND Hardin-Simmons Fighters Matched With Fort Worth Club in Show Here Rustler Team Members Dominate All-Intramural Hardin - Simmons' promising I boxing team led by Tom Proctor yy will host the Fort Worth Amateur club in a boxing meet marking the season's first appearance for the Cowboy sluggers Monday tit 8 p.m. in Rose field house. The Fort Worth Amateur club h expected lo tend a group of nine punchers to face the Cow- pokes with the highlight of tho matches to be the clash between Fort Worth's Harold Kllman and H-SU's Tom Adams. Other bouts include Don Welch of Fort Worth vs. Ray Douglas of H-SU in a bantam weight af- fair. In tho lightweight class H- SPORTS ROUNDUP ByDUANESANDLIN Fleet Wilton (Hook) Davis con- cluded his season's rushing total last Saturday night to be the nation's official leading ground gainer for 1947 as the H-SU Cow- men smothered Arizona State's Sun Devils 42-0 in the cactus circuit's last game of the cam- p...

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