Bulletin: Hardin-Simmons University, Ex-Student Edition, March, 1943 Page: 1
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LEnared as Second Class Matter, June 19, 5195, at the Postoffice at Abilene, Texas, Under Act of August 24, 1912.
Vol. XXVII Harry H. Hayes '32, Editor MARCH, 1943 Frances Edmonds Palm '25, Asst. Editor No. 142
Announce Courses For 1943 Summer School
SCHOOLEY MADE A LARGE ENROLLMENT New York Ex. Advocates
NAVAL LIEUTENANT IS E ECTED FROM Living Endowment
Hershel Schooley, publicity director and FToIIC F H S
journalism instructor of' Hardin-Simmons FlL) IUJJLI Rupert Johnson, '22, member of the Uni-
University for the past several years, has versity Board of Trustees, is the type of
been commissioned a lieutenant in the Uni- A wide variety of courses will be offered fellow who can really sell an idea when he
ted States Naval Reserve, He has reported in the three sessions of summer school be- is once sold on it himself For several years
to the University of Arizona Navy School ginning June 1, Dean R. A. Collins, '12, di- he has had an idea in the back of his head
for indoctrination. Later he wilt be trtans- rector of the summer school, said today. which 'would provide a living endowment
ferred to the 7th Naval District, Miami Probably no courses in foreign languages, for H-SU. HIe is a great believer in his
Beach, Fla., where he will be connected home economics. or sociology will be of- alma mater, and has proved his loyalty
with the public relations office. Schooley fered, he added. Courses in. Bible, business tiime and time again. Not only was his
journalists in this section of the Southwest. administration, and the usual fine arts contribution to the memorial fund sizeable,
was undoubtedly one of the most capable courses will be taught. but he has talked Hardin-Simmons Univr-
He had scores of friends and certainly left A full year's course in biology will be of- sity to many if his influential friends in and
an excellent record behind him. His brother, fered the first six weeks. Professor D. W. around New York City.
Clarf Schooley, has been selected to fill his Arnette will teach 113 the first three weeks Johnson has revised a plan whereby indi-
position. and 123 the second half of the term. Any viduals can give varying amounts of money
.. .. student taking these courses will not be yearly."quarterly, or monthly, so that the
allowed to take any other work. Dr. 0.. 0. university, by receiving these gifts, can re-
Lochausen Joins it WAC'S Watts. '13. and Mr. H. R. Arrant '20, will present such amounts as equivalent to the
teach freshman chemistry the second six incomes on investment. In other words, a
Louise Bolton Lochausen '34, director of weeks and if there is sufficient demand, yearly gift of $60 is the equivalent to the
The Cowgirl Band, now on leave of absence, Profesor Arrant will teach Chemical Me- income on an investment of $1000. To fur-
is awaiting call to active duty with the thods 334. Dr. Watts will offer freshman ther the cause of providing, this living en
WAC's. She decided to offer her services physics during both six weeks terms. dowment for Hardin-Simmons University,
after hearing that there was a drastic need Education courses to be offered the first JohnSon had a large number of folders made
for women band directors, ix weeks will include: the Teaching of which explain his idea in detail. He had a
As director of the Ysleta High School Arithmetic, \333A; Extra-Curricular Acti- New York friend, Albert Lessinger, of Gold-
band, Louise won a number of state and vities, 363, Dr. Hoyt Ford, '23; and the smith Brothers, print these folders for him.
national championships in band, choral, and Principles and Philosophy of Secondary Ed-1 While checking lthe order and copy, Mr. Les-
drum corps competition. ucation, 313A, Dr. Coins. Education 433 singer became so interested in the project
n the Psychology of Adolescence;. and educa- that he donated the entire printing job to
tion, 343, Tests and Measurements Dr. Ford; Rupert Johnsn and to Hardin-Siinmons
Charlie Ellis Killed and education 353, the Administration of University. Surely a project which has made
In N. Africa Accident Secondary Schools, Dr. Collins, will be of- an otit-sider so enthusiastic should deniand
fered the second semester. rthe attention and cooperation of ex-students
**** " Swimming, 171, and tennis, 151, will be of the University.
Another gold star was added to our ser- offered both six weeks terms; the first six The purpose of living endowment is to
vice flag when word was received recently wedks, physical education courses will in- provide a regular income for the pniver,
of the death January 11 of C. M. "Charlie" elude Physical Education, 243A (a physical sity. The administration and the Ex-Stu-
llis, ex. '33 Charlie was accidentally fitness course: and Methods in Physical dents Association plan to'send these folders
killed while serving with a signal corps in Education, 313 and 323. The second six to all who wish them. If you receive a copy,
North Africa. He was found critically in- weeks, Professor Otho Polk '30 will teach be sure to examine it thoroughly because
jured by two soldiers about 9:3Q at night. 353 and 363. Methods in Health Education there is a plan with several suggestions
He was taken to a hospital at his nearby and 233, Swimming and Life Saving Me- from an ex-studentwho, like each of yoU
base where his head was found to be crushed. thods. is interestedsin making his alma mater the
He died in a short time. There was no evi- American History, 113A, and an advan- greatest university of its size in the South-
dence of foul play. ced American history course, 453A, will be west. The folder has information concern-
Ellis ,was a member ofthe staff of the taught the first six weeks by Dr. R. N. irng not oily living endowments, but per-
Abilene Reporter-News when he volunteered Richardson '12; American history 123A, and petual endowments, annuities, wills and be-
one year ago. I " (Continued on Page 4) (Continued on Page 2)
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