The Bronco, Yearbook of Hardin-Simmons University, 1935 Page: 2
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FROM TIME IMMEMORIAL, the emotions of man have been stirred by the
strains of blended sounds. The plaintive note of the flute, the passionate beat
of the drum, have aroused the desires of primitive men to master their problems.
In a modern world, sounds synchronized in harmonious chords continue to stir
the emotions of men with strange and powerful forces. The crash of the cymbal,
the wail of the bassoon, blend themselves together in developing emotional attitudes
which drive men to the attainment of their goals. Though inexplicable,
these forces operate in a very real manner in urging mankind on toward success.
A similar force seems to be exemplified in the spirited theme of the Cowbo
school; "Old Grey Mare" as illustrated in the Bronco of 1935, typfies the; oleiate
spirit prevalenton the campus of Hardin-Simmons University.
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