The Brand (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 20, No. 4, Ed. 2, Saturday, October 5, 1935 Page: 1 of 4
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HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXAS OCTOBER 5 1935
COWBOYS DEFEAT ST. EDWARDS TIGERS 21-0
It looks like a good week.
Mnrmnduko McAdoo the elongated
boy who would like to do some trif-
ling on Clara decided along in the
summer that his manly nowers were
wasting so he dropped his hoe andj
strode into the presence of Miss
Katheryn Schultz and demanded at-
tention. Miss Schultz was all smiles
and apologies still is in fact but she
used the old gag of a steady or some-
thing quite effectively. The duke is
still trying and failing.
When it comes to stealing towels
slime Scott is the top. Nothing but
lnrge clean ones will satisfy him.
Under tho present system there is
very little scandal to report on foot-
Some of the girls at home would
not be so proud of their band - boy
letters if they knew just what the
lads were doing while sweating fresh-
men did the writing.
Two strange girls pulled up beside
a curb on which John Hardesty was
standing along with a dozen or bo
other yokels but their eyes were all
for John. They crooked their fingers
and murmured "Come on Johnnie"
thpiuyanished into the nlgbC tfchnnl?.
Judging from the peculiar action
of the professor of journalism you
never can tell what a man will do
still people have just about as much
fun as anybody.
Klnard has torn out after the Rceso
girls in a way that surprises even his
best friends. Dopesters give him an-
other week before they both discard
Band Returns From
Weeks Trip p East
Tyler Band Director Praises
Musicianship of Local
Thirty-five members of the Hnrdln-
Simmons university Cowboy band re-
turned this week from an engagement
in Tyler Texas playing for the East
Texas Fair and Texas Championship
Round-up September 23-28.
This trip was tho first of the year
for the musicians. G. D. Sandcfcr
manager states that he has planned
one of the most extensive band pro-
grams in tho history of tho school and
will not wait until tho end of the
football season for tho tours.
The band played each day for the
rodeo which consisted sometimes of
two shows a day and was heard daily
in a broadcast from station KGKB in
Tyler Texas. The Cowboys were also
heard at tho various football games
in Tyler during the fair week.
Tyler and vicinity were loud in their
praise of tho music of the Cowboy
band. Director Witte of the Tyler
High School and Tyler Municipal
bands was especially pleased with tho
band and published an appreciation.
Those making tho trip to the East
Texas Fair were: trumpets Holman
Jenkens Joyce Hardy S. J. White
Slime McGraw Fouche Pollard Slime
Nickols; trombones Dick Gabler Mci-
vin Burgln R. I. Collier Slime Hoop
er; baritones Slimellilrht Slime
Neelandj french horns;;Bumpter Reed
Gaines Shults; drums' Peto Shaw
Buster Horn: saxaDhoncs. Rav Mad-
lox HonJEaylnr- JMrMilojrSllM
Bell; bassoon Sllmo GuthrldgepmaB-
Andy King Hub Hill; clarinets donn
P. Ccrminaro Bill Ghormelly Cear-
ley Kinard Elvin Narrell Worth
Thomas Slime Bomer Slime Ubanks
Slime Scott Slime Carpenter; Elton
Plowman vocalist; Sheriff Bill Wat-
son Marion B. McClure director nnd
G. B. Sandefer manager.
Students Attend Church Program
A mascot has come to grace tho
confines of the Hardin Simmons
It is not a beautiful creation of
man or nature but just a simple
canine of more than questionable
The somewhat shaggy black hair
has led to the name "Printers
Ink" and he responds readily when
The lazy-mlndcd students who
haunt the office and call themsel-
ves reporters or Journalists or
something arc teaching him to use
Members Taken In
By Players Group
Plans For the Presentation of
Isben's "Ghost" Are
Some of the boys were rolling some
little cubes with numbers on them
quite recently when one who had no
business there came along. Them as
was rolling did twenty-five laps
around the track and them as was
watching did fifteen.
Elton Murphy student proxy can't
decide whether to go to Wichita Falls
with tho football team or to PUU
fake sickness and ride the special
Thirty-seven new members were
taken into tho Players club dramatic
organization Wednesday evening nt
7 o'clock In tho Fino Arts building nt
their regular meeting.
At present there are approximately
fwnnfv.flirn n1l wnmlwrfl nnii ton
The new Players are: Mrs. Ernest
Conns. S. T. Brle&s. Charlotte Cope
Leah Campbell Anna Margaret Hart
Charles McClure Jr. Mancell bhaw
Campbell Ford Avery Lee Jcanettc
Patterson Marcel Patterson Bernice
Beaty Florence Ncal Dorothy Doss
Margaret Bower Bill Price Clarence
Ham Mary Edna Worthy Sclby As-
well Winona Graham Finis Williams
Bessie Reece Ruth Carter Mary
Emma Ferguson Nona Lee Galbraith
Maurino Howell Elva Jones Louise
Joscy Bill Stcinnietz Jack Edgar
Paulino Tinner Melba Grogan Melma
Program in Broadcast Form
Welcomes Students To City;
Invites Church Attendance
Approximately 200 young people and students of Hardin-Simmons uni-
versity attended the initial young people's program at the University
Baptist church Tuesday evening of this week.
The program which was presented as a broadcast was a form of
welcome to the new students of Hardin-Sitnmons and an invitation to at
tend the church services.
The social was under tho direction
of Prof. Arrant and Faye Barfoot
with the auspices of tho young peo-
ple's department of the Sunday
Tho station was UBYP (University
Baptist Young People) and master of
ceremonies Prof. Arrant designated
it ns "tho friendly church for young
While tho audience gathered piano
numbers were played and tho group
joined In a sing song led by "Dlnty"
Moore before the program began.
The officers and teachers of the
Sunday school wcro first introduced
nnd each said a few words into the
"mike" in behalf of his class.
Tho first nart of tho nrocram was
a mock oratorical contest with the old
vs. the young. The old won tho lov-
inL' cud under the leadershin of Prof.
Stevenson Mrs. Mosloy Mr. Pass and
Mr. Cook. The young people were
represented by Garland Foster Kath-
crlne King Douglas Kelly and Truett
Maurine Boyd followed with aev-
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gle loor. uiVj"1" .num.
'Up For Life'
Robert Frank Juncll "spent" and
securely shackeled by the bonds of
matrimony after conviction to holy
wedlock Sunday. His accomplice
was formerly Maxine Simmons.
Donna Wuldridge sang several num
bers accompanied by Jimmlo Kate
Tartt. Mr. A. Webb rendered come
special numbers on an harmonica.
Murray Fuquay accompanied by
Zelda Batty at tho piano whistled
"The Old Spinning Wheel."
Rev. C. A. Powell gave a welcome
to nil comers in his talk and especial-
ly to Hnrdin-Simmons university students.
A novelty number was presented
with J. Grcenberry Morrow drawing
a caricature while Daisy Mao Cagle
Former Editor Of
Brand Takes Job
On Carolina Paper
Dan Tarpley Goes To Work
On Business Side of
Dan Tarpley lest year's editor of
the Brand has accepted a position on
the Yanceyville Messenger newspaper
publication of Yanceyville North
Tarnlcv was throueh Abilene Wed
nesday enroute to his new jobwhlch
begins the first of next week. He
will be connected with the business
sido of tho paper.
Tarpley graduated from Hardin-
Simmons last Juno with a major in
InnrnnllRm. Ho bml hpen editor of
his class paper every year he was in
. Qooi ana won tno ciass eamon-rcpx
summer working on a newspaper in
The paper with which ho Is to be
associated Is one of a chain operating
throughout West Virginia and North
Tyler Cherry and Mahuron
Account For Three
400 Students Have
To Have Photographs
Taken Next Week
Voice Instructor Is Heard
In Second of Series
Thurston W. P. Kirk Vinton Tincr sang "There Is a Tavern in tho
Hardy is back and the light-haired
girl is beaming.
The journalism prof finally fell into
the clutches of the wolves and it only
cost him his watch and the first mort-
gage on his homes to get away. Will-
ingly did he buy ..hamburgers. and
malts for his captors.
The university queen race is just
around tho corner so it would not bo
a bad idea if all you pretty gals would
just sorta begin noticing the common
herd for their votes count just as
much ns the best of them you know.
Ruby Lee Stringer has shown her
hand. Mabcrry is the poor boy. At
any rate it doesn't seem she could call
the Baylor game episode Just a re-
union of old friends or maybe a
Lemon sour Dickenson visited Lu-
cille one night not so many moons
past. His hldo was saved only uy
the miss-fire of tho hoss pistol and
ho was telling his troubles to one of
the office force Sunday. Reports say
she was a willing listener.
Mrs. Lola Gibson-Deaton head of
the Hardin-Simmons voice depart-
ment appeared in the second of a
series of recitals to be given by facul-
ty members Monday night in the uni
Three arias distinctly different
In type were offered each in its orig-
inal language. They included "Pace
Pace Mio Dio" from "The Force of
Dpstinv" nnd "Charmant Ciseau"
from the Davi dopera. Those less fa
miliar with opera were delighted witn
n croun of folksongs from four dif
ferent countries and a number of mod
ern songs Included in the program
some of which were sung by request.
"Love Planted a Rose" by a former
teacher and "Tho Twilight Lullabye"
the singer's own composition were re-
ceived with enthusiasm as were the
popular "Song of India" "When Celta
Sings" and "The Last Hour." &ne
ornclouslv resnonded to five encores.
Ruth Sche ebe. recently installed as
assistant voice instructor gave intel-
ligent accompaniments throughout.
Tho first encore "Fairy Bells" an
English composition featured tno
accompanist as did two other num
bers. Other encores were "I Alnt Got
Nothin'." "The Rosary." "Tho Light
ning Bug" and "Mammy's Lullabye."
Tnbltha Adkisson. Dorothy Suo Col
lins Mildred Jenkens Jaoml Davis
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Mr. and Mrs. James Alexander
Thev were taken in on tho basis of
their try-out which was to read parts
of the three-act play "Lady Winder-
mere's Fan" by Oscar Wilde and to
give an original pantomime.
Plans are being made to present
tho three-act play "The Ghost" by
At their next meeting October 9
two one-act plays will be presented.
Town" with accompaniment by Mau
With tho signing off of station
UBYP tho guests were served punch
Petitions Due Soon
Linn Brewer says that If a woman
has a chance to do you dirt 100 times
she will do you dirt 100 times. He is
president of the "1 Hate women-
club. A delegation of lynchers will give
a certain amount to find out what
lady was in tho company of Holman
Jenkens last Tuesday night and just
why he and his snare-drumming
(Continued on page two)
Local Student Painfully
Injured in Car Accident
VnllU Locran. Hardin-Simmons stu
dent from Sweetwater was seriously
Injured in an automobile 'accident
Monday while enroute from town to
Tho car in which Logan was riding
collided with another vehicle at tho
interaction of Hickory and North
Fourth streets. Logan was tho only
person injured and ho was rushed to
the West Texas Baptist hospital.
O.&D. Plans For
Plans were made for an all ora-
torical reception in the near future
nt tho first meeting of the Oratori
cal nnd Debating council Monday eve
Don Gayer was appointed chairman
nt n committee which wil lselect a
sponsor nnd Jeff Bell is to head n
committee whose purpose is to con
tact all prospective freshmen nnu
transfer students interested in that
typo of work.
Four letter men have returned from
last year's team.
Bloxom To Appear In
Speech Recital bunday
Freddie Suo Bloxom pupil of Miss
Nena Knte Ramsey will bo prescmea
in a junior speech recital Sunday Oc-1
tober 0 at 4:lf in Fine Arts building.
Sho will bo assisted by Saretta Mor-
row and Paul Trimmler violin and
Thurman Morrison piano.
The nrocram: Tho Road Not Taken
Robert Frost; Tho Path to Nowhere
C. R. Robinson; Freddie Suo Bloxom;
Mercedes one act play T. B. Aldrich;
Freddie Suo Bloxom; Symphony Con-
certanto No. 4 Charles Dancela Sa-
retta Morrow Paul Trimmler Thur
man Morrison; Larrle OVUce dialect
U. U. Fink Freddlo Suo Bloxom.
Tho ushers are: Edelweiss Jenkens
Don Gayer Fay Morrison and Gaines
Only Seniors Are Eligible;
Winner Gets Page
About four hundred students have
had their pictures made for the
Bronco according to a count made last
Seniors cowgirls and the band may
have pictures made Monday and Tues
day of next week treshmen sopno-
mores and juniors have already had
their pictures taken. Any member
of these classes who did not have his
picture made may be able to do so
vet if he secures a receipt from ei
ther the editor or business manager
of the Bronco.
All newlv elected class presidents
are requested to get in touch with the
Bronco editor at tho earliest date to
arrange for selection of class edi-
tors. Sectional clubs are also requested
to meet and turn in their membership
so that a check may be made on that
section of tho book.
All students who have not the funds
Both the boys and girls quartets
have been organized and practice be-
gun according to Mrs. Lola Gibson-
Deaton head of tho voice department.
Thn Imva nunrtet is comnosed of
Aaron Grant Breckenrldge first
tenor; Tom Gassaway San Angclo
second tenor: Burneal Scott Anson
baritone; P. B. Orr Ashville N. C
The girls organization is made up
of Etta Wanda Riddle Abilene first
soprano; Ruth King Abilene second
soprano; Daisy Mao Cagle Abilene
second auo; tne iirsauopouon" g
still open. Anyone interested should J ' .
see Mrs. Deaton at once.
Persons desiring to run candidates
for university Queen should see that
their petitions are In the hands of the
student president at least ten days
prior to the election date which is
early in November.
Only senior girls with good schol-
astic records are eligible for tho of
fice which is tho greatest honor that
may be bestowed upon a girl in the
It is customary to placo tho peti
tions in tho Library where they may
be signed by tho students. Ono tenth
of tho student body must sign them
before a girl Is eligible to run.
The winner Is given a full page in
the Bronco annual publication and
heads tho list of favorites in the book.
Miss Mildred Rlcheson of Manklns
held the position last year.
The organizations will not be ready
for concerts for about six weeks Mrs.
Mary Frances Girls Are
Entertained By Church
Girls of Mary Frances hnll were
tho cuests of the First Baptist
church Sunday September 22 on a
sight-seeing tour of Abilene and near-
by points of interest.
The tour included a visit to the cam-
puses of A. C. C. and McMurry col-
lege. State Hospital residential and
business sections and Abilene State
W. II. Haney was in charge of tho
transportation committee which fur
nished twenty-five cars for tho tour.
B. S. U. Holds Meeting
made in tho early spring ot a slightly
Sophs Elect Holman
Hnlmnn Jenkens was chosen presi
dent of th sophomore class Monday
morning in a closely contested elec-
tion with Clifton Harrison.
The votes wero tied at 44 each until
two late arrivals came to break the
deadlock and swing tho election for
Burns McKinney of Wichita Falls
was elected vice-president. The sec-
retary will be chosen at an early date
according to the newly elected president.
Senior Class Elects
Sponsors For 1935
In a recent meeting of tho senior
class Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Burnam nnd
Frank Junell wero elected ns upon-
sors of tho class for tho 1935-1030
Officers for tho year which wero
elected at tho close of school last
year aro Ralph Stevenson president;
James Harold Stowe vice-president;
Valda Moore secretary; Billy Ghor-
mely treasurer; and Murray fuquay
Tho Baptist Student Union Thurs-
day evening and President Clark Jar-
nlgan appointed a nominating com-
mittee. Other officers nrescnt in
clude: Garland Foster vice-president;
Maxino Simmons second vice-president;
Murry Fuquay third vice-pres
ident: Mildred Burnett secretary;
Fred James extension secretary;
Christino Dennis corresponding sec-
retary; Joy Pender First church rep.;
Don Gnver. B. T. U. rep.; and Doug
las Kelly Associate Student Secre
The B. S. U. meets each Thursday
night at 7 o'clock in Prof. Bond's
classroom. All students aro cordial-
ly invited to attend.
Faculty Holds Reception
In Mary Frances Hall
Thursday evening of September 10
the complete faculty were at homo to
all students holding a reception o
all students holding a reception at
Mary Frances hall.
Miss Head Miss Andrews nnd Elton
Murphy presented tho students to
President and Mrs. Sandefer and in
turn to the other faculty members.
After meeting tho faculty the guests
went to tho parlor to bo served by
Maxino Simmons Junell Ann Taylor
Jo Vineyard and Mildred Burnett.
Misses Mildred Dutton and Rachal
McDonald favored with piano num-
bers. Post card pictures of Hardin-
Simmons wero given as souvenirs.
Calloway Kicks Goals
Cowmen Drive 80 Yards For
One Counter; Whistle
Coach Frank Kimbrough's Cowboys
rode herd on eleven striving St. Ed-
wnrds Tigers here last night roped
tied nnd branded the whole pack and
sent them back to Austin on tho
rough end of a 21 to 0 drubbing.
Apparently finding their bearings
for the first time In three stnrU this
season the Hnrdin-Simmonsitcs' at
tack clicked by both land nnd air for
tho better part of CO minutes. The
Cowhand aerial barrage and power-
house hit full atrlflo shnrtlv nfter the
opening whistles nnd consistently ac
counted for lengthy gains.
Following nn exchange of punts
that launched the opening frame tho
Ranchers took the ball in the vicinity
of their own 30 yard line and passed
and drove nearly 80 yards for their
first trip into pay dirt under Coach
Kimbrough this year. Most of tho
distance was negotiated with a series
of passes from Mahuron to Benson
and Harris. Onco Inside the Tiger
20-yard line Cherry dived over on tho
Tho second tally camo about the
midclle of tho second quarter from a
drive that began about midfield. Ty
ler and Cherry in successive thrusts
placed the ball on tho St. Edwards 7
yard line. Tyler crossed tho goal on
a delayed buck over center after tho
two prececding tries had set tho ball
on the ono yard line.
St. Edwards longest runs of tno
evening were made by Joe Devaney
on tho return of kick-offs. In the
fourth quarter he returned tho ball
nearly CO yards to top off a similar
run of 40 yards when hostilities were
renewed after the Intermission.
Coach Kimbrough used practically
his entire squad of 41 players ex-
cept Hall and Clary who did not get
into the game because of illness and
injuries. His "shock-troopers" saw
service In every frame as he sent
them to and from tho bench. Tho
Cowhnnds scored in every quarter ex
cept the third during which tho "sec
ond-stringers" held the field but were
unable to convert when they came
anywhere near scoring distance.
Hardin-Simmons final touchdown
push began shortly after the fourth
quarter began. St. Edwards inter-
cepted a pass on their own 10 yard
lino nnd punted on third down after
failing to gain. Tyler took tho punt
and advanced 10 yards to his 0wn 40
varA lino Tn tho next four nlavs the
Tigers drew two penalties for off-side
and Mahuron made It first down on
the Tiger 38 yard line.
Using a play that repeatedly gain-
ed ground for tho Cowhands all eve-
ning a sort of faked crls-cross de-
layed buck over center Mahuron pick
ed up six yards. Another snort gam
and Tyler made it first down but here
Cherry nnd Bell of St. Edwards wero
.vr.n11.vl from the ornmo for fighting.
Russell came in for Cherry and
after four attempts made the neces
sary yardage to the Tiger 17 yaru
Again employing tho buck play over
center fenturing tho faked reverse
Mahuron strung out three St. Ed-
wards tacklers and writhed and drovo
over the goal lino standing up. Har
din-Simmons scoring wns completed
for tho night when Blackio Calloway
maintaining a perfect percentage
sent tho ball squarely through tno
uprights for his third extra point.
Tho score was 21 to 0 favoring the
The final whistle cut short prob-
ably a fourth touchdown spurt for
tho Ranchers. Tho drlvo began u
dozen plays earlier when Murphy in
tercepted a Tiger pass on his own id.
Russell and Tyler mndo it first on the
St. Edwards 45 then Frost nnd Ma-
huron passed and ran to tho 33. Hero
a braco of plays netted six yards and
Mahuron took a pass to tho Tigers'
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