The Brand (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 19, No. 9, Ed. 1, Saturday, November 17, 1934 Page: 2 of 4
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A weekly collcgo newspaper published every Saturday during tho
ackool year by the Hardin-Simmons Press Club in the interest of tho
Studeat Body of Hardin-Simmons University.
Entered aa second class mail matter Juno 22 1917 at tho Postoffico at
Abilene Texas under act of March 3 1912.
Subscription Price per year - $2.00
First Place in Texas Intcrcollegiato Press Association 1931
First Placo in Texas Intcrcollegiato Press Association 1932
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First Placo in Texas Intercollegiate Press Association 1934
Office: First Floor Abilcno Hull 1302 University Drive.
Downtown Offico: Abilene Printing & Stationery Co.
Editor-in-Chief - Dan Tarpley
Business Manager ...... William K. Ramsey-
Assistant Business Manager Floyd Spieler
Managing Editor Gaines Sliults
Sports Editor Mnch Machcn
News1 Editor - Ccarley Kinard
Society Editor .!. Mary Helen Terry
Desk Editor Paulino Slrillcr
Special Reporter ..."T. . .... Hoyt West
Special Reporter ..... Burton Sliclton
Special Reporter ... ... John Blake
Special Reporter .. .. Rose Ross
ASSISTANTS: Willard Foster Myrtle Eugenia Haggard Billy Mor-
row Margaret Reed Malcolm Bridges Agnes Bentley Morris Garth
Valda Moore Irvin Munn Lonnie Briggs Jo Vineyard John Hardest)'
A dean at the University of Ne-
braska Rives three reason for fresh-
men flunking. Thoy nre love Ignor-
ance and faculty Intelligence yhiclt
do you think?
HARDIN-SIMMONS FINE ARTS
A survey nt Harvard revealed that
the average student carries 22 cents.
Some girls are not afraid of mice
other girls have pretty legs.
If gents could read
What coeds thought
Thcre'd be more dating
Than there ought.
The College Star.
Wise men are instructed by reason:
men of less understanding by expe-
rience; tho most Ignorant by neces-
sity; and beasts by nature. Cicero.
4 Helena Rubinstein
The finest edge is made with a
blunt whetstone. Lyly.
Students in Hardin-Simmons arc offered exceptionally good oppor-
tunities in the field of fine arts. This institution is one of the very few
in Texas to be nationally recognized in the field of music and art; and
to fully complete the education that education that is inclusive of every
type of learning some work in the fine arts is necessary. If for no other
reason than for a cultural reason every student should be required to take
a minimum of work in music painting or some other kind of art work.
Those attending this university with cither a major or a minor in any of
the fine arts have not made a mistake in coming here. Representatives
of the four departments in the field of music have won many honors some
of them offering competition from everv Dart of the United States.
Work in the department of band voice piano or orchestra helps the
student in appreciation of the different arts and a true appreciation is
absolutely necessary to the enjoyment of the higher types of music. No
person regardless of how much work he has taken and completed in any
university has a thorough education if he has not learned to enjoy to the
fullest extent that which is to be obtained from the more classical form
"So you desire to become my son-in-law?"
"No I don't. But if I marry your
daughter I don't sec how I can get
out of it." The Prairie.
Football games and tea-dances are
usually linked together. At leapt if
it's not tea you usually go somewhere
after the game and that somowherp
requires n complexion that looks ns
if it wero kept under glass Instead
of exposed to the windy coolness of
an October grandstand.
A few tricks of make-up that so-
phisticates know may help you here.
First of nil don't wash your face be-
fore you go to the game. Use a pas-
teurized cream for cleansing It will
remove every trace of crime just as
thoroughly and it will leave your
skin refreshed and radiant. Then use
a skin toning lotion to close the pores
firm and brace your skin. Ordinarily
this toning lotion would serve as your
powder bnse too.
When you are going to face tho
wind and sun for hours nt n time
however I advise n youthifying
foundation which Is weatherproof
to further protect your skin. Pat it
in well especially on your nose and
there will be no danger of it shining.
This type of foundation Is not drying
to even the most sensitive skin and
Jack and Jill went up the hill to
fetch a pail of water.
Jack fell down and broke his crown
And Jill said "What's the matter?
Can't you take it?"
Only 10 percent of the university
students in Germany may be women
according to a Nazi ruling.
Chess is obligatory at all Soviet
gives a beautiful smooth mat finish
that will last for hours.
Annly your rouge carefully but
not too heavily. Tho best way to
mnko rouce last is to annly a rouge
en cromo first. Put this on in three
dots nnd blend In carefully so it is
not obvious. Then be sure your rouge
compnet Is in your purse so that you
enn freshen up after the game. Ap-
ply your powder with n thought to
tho time It must last too. If you
press it in carefully using n gener-
ous amount you will find that it stays
on longer. Dust off tho surplus with
fresh cotton and bo sure to brush
the powder out of your lashes nnd
Lipstick carefully putting it on
generously nnd "biting" off tho sur-
plus on fresh cleansing tissues. Be
sure to use lipstick that is creamy
and protective otherwise you moy
discover that your lips are dry and
cracked after the game.
If you have a personal beauty prob-
lem on which you need advice write
WOMANS INTEREST SYNDICATE
G22 Fifth Avenue New York City.
Cheerlol Or words to that effect.
Ye Servant has again been swamped
with requests for ANOTHER POEM
so wo open without further ado:
Said the green-capped Frosh
To a Soph In tweed
"Where do I go
When school supplies I need?"
The Sophomore answered
In tone sour and cold
"Read the BRAND ads
They'll get you toldl"
Of course tho answer to this ques-
tion is The Abilene Printing nnd Sta-
tionery company located on Second
between Pine and Second.
Little Billy's Nttibnk
Love is a smoke raised with the
fumes of sighs a discreet madness
and a preserving sweet.
It takes 1500 nuts to put an auto-
mobile together but only one to scat-
ter it all over the landscape.
The grid-graph has made possible the nearest thing to the substitute
for a football game that has as yet been invented and the student body
of this institution has been given the opportunity to see two games play
by play within a very few seconds after each play is made. The grid graph
makes the game just as interesting and just as thrilling as if the audience
were on the sidelines watching the play. It even tells and explains what
the average football fan docs not know or can not detect from the stadium.
It makes possible the immediate report of the game with a much more
detailed account than could be possible in print. It tells who takes part'
in the play the yards gained or lost the downs the yards to go the posi-
tion of the ball on the field and the score.
The small admission charge for the grid graph is to defray the ex-
penses of sending the hecessary reports over the wire for the display and
every student should be willing and have the school spirit and interest
enough to see it every time it reports a game.
The students may be given a clrancc to see the game between Simmons
and College of Mines this afternoon. It will be well worth your time to
see the game as it actually happens on the gridiron.
The fine arts departments of Hardin-Simmons are to be congratulated
on the concert given in the auditorium Tuesday evening. It was one of
the first of its kind in which all the major divisions of the schools of
mujic co-operated in giving a single program. The music was classical
and the presentation compares favorably with productions of any of the
schools of music in the colleges and universities of the South.
The program included numbers by lira Cowboy band under the direc-
tion of Mr. Marion B. McClure the choral club under the direction of Mrs.
Lola Gibson Deaton the orchestra under the direction of Mr. Herbert M.
Preston and representatives of the department of piano under the direc-
tion of Mr. Edwin Young thus offering a wide variety in music interpre-
tation and instrumentation.
The concert with the characteristics of professional organization
moved with ease smoothness and little confusion changing the seating
arrangements and settings for the different organizations. Individually
and as a group the orchestra the choral club the band and the piano
representatives bore the characteristics of professional musicians.
As a general thing when a man loses his credit he has a good chance
to save money.
Spending your way to prosperity is a good deal like eating your way
Co-ed "Now that we are engaged
won't you give me a ring?"
Ed "burc what is your number?"
On the diffusion of education among
the people rests the preservation nnd
perpetuation of our free institutions.
Formerly one who had an evil
thought was criticized now anyone
who has a thought at all is praised.
This column has n new mascot. Ed-
die Beck was given n young alligator
fresh from Florida and because of n
certain resemblance she has gracious-
ly bestowed upon it the name of this
columnist. Because of
its uniqueness the
honor is greatly np-
Drcclatcd. You must
all go down nnd sec
the little namesake.
The wild bus ride
back from Tech vies
with the wilder sen-
ior carousal for the
spotlight this week.
Nearly nil the foot
ball men boarded the
bus that carried their true loves and
with tho lights turned out and Otho
for n chnperone everybody should
have had a good time. Slime Hannah
and "Freck" Davidson continued nn
interrupted courtship- and Anne and
Day got the break -by occupying the
And thereby hangs tho tale of an-
other ndventuro with tho Foolish
Frosh ns he madly scampers over tho
campus In search of higher learning.
Ho should know thnt ho can ALWAYS
find the answer to a question like
that in tho BRAND. The Brand ad-
vertisers arc enthusiastic supporters
of all of tho activities of your school
and it is tho student's place to re-
member this and patronize the Brand
One of our most loyal and faithful
supporters is found in Mr. Rex A.
Smith whose jewelry establishment
is located on N. Second also near the
Queen theatre. Ho announces thnt ho
now has on display tho new "Lady
Bulova" a beautiful bagetto by Bul-
ova which sells for a most moderate
price. Drop by and see it girls.
Most of the people who arc now buy-
ing oleomargarine have seen butter
days. South Texan.
If you cannot sleep try lying on
the edge of the bed then you may
drop off. Mark Twain.
People who throw bills in the fire
sometimes live to learn that no mer-
chant will continue to be willing to
send them bills forever.
Ex-criminals arc to teach their art
nt the University of Chicago.
In tho old days when a boy started
to college there was danger that he
might run around with painted women
and become a wastrel. Now the
greatest danger is that he might turn
out to be a crooner.
She Don't dare try to kiss me or
I'll yell for my father.
He Where Is he?
She In South America.
"Oh Mr. Bartender has my lover
Johnny been here" snng out Beth at
the Senior shindig Monday night. "He
was your mnn" returned John Paul
the man behind the bar "but you had
better watch this blonde menace Joy
Pender." Joy really showed up as
the old-time hostess with those Mac
West ways and Milby wasn't the only
one who couldn't take that "don't you
look you nasty man."
It wasn't so bad for Ovesta McCles-
ky to lose her hat in Lubbock but
the pitinble thing is that she doesn't
even remember when or where she
last had it. Reckon she remembers
much about that trip anyway?
The world is really making great
strides after all. Back in Bnrnum's
day there was only one sucker born
Definition of triplets twins with
a spare. The Bat
As a general thing it is very hard for a man with original opinions to
i get an audience.
Sometimes it looks as though there is an electrical contrivance for nil
home needs except rnt killing.
We hope it is true that President Roosevelt is steering td the right.
The left-side drivers frequently run into wreckage.
Of course it is none of our business but Mahatma Gandhi might have
accomplished more if he had remained calm and kept his shirt on.
Washington headquarters is concerned about the blue eagle but does
not know whether to put gaffs on him or send him to the taxidermist
Henry Ford seems to be more optimistic now than when every-
one was saying prosperity was just around tho corner.
It's no punishment to sentence a drunk driver to church for 21
Sundays as a judge did recently when ho can pick his own minister.
Ex-Kaiser Wilhelm lectured some scientists on mythological
Monsters the other day but probably shied at mentioning Mars
As new commander of tho Yugo-Slavian army little King Peter
sHgkt like it better if he could order his men to play soldier rather
than be it.
Laugh and the whole world laughs
with you; smile and you're just a
Our Observation: It is well to have
a preference but be prepared to take
WOMAN'S FORUM TO
HOLD OUTDOOR SHOW
The rumor is that one certain girl
in this Hall made the statement pub-
licly that she thought "Bloody"
Shults was the best looking boy that
eats at tho cafeteria. hults you
know is the boy second only to Ben-
son in -being bashful around the girls
even though he did manage to get
off to the show with Minnie Lou the
I other night.
The Cowboy band isn't taking any
risk of finding themselves without
dates in El Paso. They each have a
pcrsonnl list furnished by Rose Ross
who is a native front the placo giv-
ing the names of tho girls who will
fit their various personalities.
It is a serious thing with these
freshmen. Here it is they are get-
ting plumper and plumper and the
Thanksgiving holidays are fast ap-
proaching. So with their life's blood
Utley and Dunagan havo signed a
vow to lose five pounds before thnt
date. It is said that tho lovers back
homo havo a positivo aversion to fat
Sung to the tunc of "Beautiful Texas"
You've heard of the beautiful women
That go to H. S. U.
And we are very proud
And hope that you are too.
Some ore red-heads and some arc
And several aro soreheads too;
But I will just bet that you're all wet
If you don't think so too.
As most of the sophomores know
Ini a freshman here in school;
And it is mighty hard not to. break n
They give us all a beating that is
mighty hard to take
I'm in a trance when they whip my
Don't ever trust the sophomores
Or the women wild;
You'll find thnt they are poison
To your mother's child.
Now when you come to school
You think you're the only one:
But when you get there you don't
And you find that you're only the
Now while we're on the Bubject
Of the fairest sex in school
You'll find that school nnd women
Will never never do.
Each vampire is seeking and striving
Trying to get your dough.
Take advice from n friend school
nnd women don't blend
Because I have tried it I know.
Ohl beautiful beautiful women
Thnt go to II. S. U.
I'd like to take you courting
To see what you can do.
But I nm fresh out of money;
And the women don't liko my style;
And I don't think it's funny
Cause women don't give me n trial
Moore and McFarland
Elected To Press Club
By way of parenthesis we wish to
call to your attention n mistake (just
ono of them) which was incorporated
into last week's opening ditty. Wo re-
ferred to Mr. O. B. Fielder of tho City
Service Bus Co. ns being the papa of
our Bob Fielder. Bob tells us this
is wrong and that we should apol-
ogize to Mr. Fielder. We do most
humbly with the following explanation:
The guy who writes this
Is just a Slime.
He made that mistake
Trying to make his poem rhymel
There is riot n doubt but that Tech
has a weak feeling in her vitals after
seeing her huskies out played and out
fought on the field and her magnif-
icent hundred twenty piece hand put
Into the string ensem-
ble class by forty
country boys that had
the spirit one cannot
define or buy and her
student body of two
thousand plus com-
plctcly outclassed as
loyalty and backing
their team Is concern-
ed by the hundred
that made the trip to
alt as the Cowboy
rooters. I wish to
give tribute to thq men on tho
team for the manner in which they
fought it was clean hard football
against the "dds of weight. Many
of them sacrificed a great deal for
their school on that day nnd took
blows that takes real Intestinal for-
titude to withstand.
It just goes to show that the team
can fight the band can play and the
fans can display a real college spirit.
The B. S. U. should call a special
meeting to offer a little prayer that
none of tho football or band men fall
into tho Rio Grande while making
their wny back Into tho good old U.
S. before the bridge closes.
Roses arc red
Violets arc blue
Hut when Maxinc'x are black lace .
CAPTAIN BURN YOUR SHIP
" It i jut as possible to shut off the current of a river as it is to
Knim'ilk. wwoh of science .and invention Max W Babb president
JJfe QMmntMlg. Co.
(Continued from page 1)
high school who will have the assist-
ance of representatives from the va-
rious units in the local system.
Other chairmen are: Mrs. O. C. Wil-
liams installation committee to pre-'
pare booths and general arrange-
ments; Miss Ethel Watt committee
on non-commercial photographs; Mrs.
L. E. Brock reception committee;
Miss Earlino Foster A. C. C. club;
Miss Patricia White McMurry club;
Miss Ovesta McCleskey Hardin-Simmons
club; Mrs. Forrest Kendall pub-
licity; Mrs. Claude Osborn. commit
tee in charge of the various other ex-
amples of art may be exchanged.
The show Is free to Abilene and
Taylor county artists for entry. All
work must be original and the fol-
lowing will be received: Oil water
color and pastel paintings pencil
sketches pen and ink work etchings
textiles; leather work charcoal draw-
ings linoleum block printing Christ-
mas cards architectural drawing
non-commercial photographs and bas-
ketry. Tho Art Unit will not be responsi-
ble for sales or for loss by theft or
any damage or injury to exhibits
announces Miss Carpenter. Each ex-
hibitor is responsible for his showing
which must bo installed in space
drawn and in conformity with plan
of the installation committee and
ready for visitors at 3 o'clock.
Polly McKinlstry made a very nlea
sant discovery last nisht. The frpsh-
man didn't know that boys were al-
lowed in Mary Frances hall after
dark and each night sho has been
sending Slime Burgin away without
allowing him to enjoy the several
minutes of frolicking that the girls
can have after dinner. Don't you seo
freshmen wo do havo somo privileges
We don't want to turn this into n
poetry column but wo just felt in the
mood for a bit of verse possibly due
to our previous "howling successes."
Did you over see a purple Cow?
Neither did we nnd we nrcn't going
to give the rest of that old gag. How-
ever we wonted to net into the sulrit
of Dnirydom before we mentioned our
friends and supporters the LONG
HORN CREAMERY. They have con-
tinually manifested an interest in our
school nnd they 'are surely worthy
of our co-operation.
Ernest Grissom Inc. is another firm
which deserves our support students.
They make n practice of catering to
university students especially and
always offer fine and up-to-date sport
and dress wear for collegiatcly in-
clined men nnd women They are fea-
turing at the present footwear for
ladies many pntterns of which are
the "rage" all over the country. Take
a peek at your last week's BRAND
for an cxamplo in their ad on the
1 dont enre if my hair is long
I dont care for n tuneless song
I dont enre for n crazy man
I dont enre for a big black dish pan
I dont care for n big closed job
I dont care for a bank to rob
I dont care for the things I've
For big boy its done went and
An English theme is worth more
to you in nine cases out of ten if it
is typed. This has been proven true
and many students typo all of their
work. Now it is possible for every
student qyen .though his menns be
very moderate to at least have the
use of a machine nnd improve his
grades. Tho Cox Typewriter Agency
have a number of second hand ma-
chines at reasonable prices and rent-
al rates by the month nre very low.
Ask them about these rates.
While engaged in an intelligent
conversation with one of our "inno-
cent" freshmen she told mo in all
seriousness that she was concerned
about me because of my cynical at-
titude so early In life. ''Ma chcre
femmc" the world is not spoiled for
me in fact I think it's a great Jife
indeed if your don'ts weaken.
Many of us poor country boys wns
inspired to new hopes when we saw
Runt Polk with that purty lady on
his arm strutting around Lubbock.
HOW TO STUDY
(For boys only)
1. Turn your girl's picture toward"
2. Hang handkerchiefs over all
works of art.
3. Spend forty-five minutes hiding
the band boys instruments to insure
ngainst unearthly noises that usually
make you contemplate suicide.
1. Spend nn hour working cross-
word puzzle found in the trash bar-
rel to sharpen the mind for study.
5. Test tho memory by trying to
recall the blond's name and address
that you met nt the corn-popping last
- 0. Put off English and math until
7. Decide to get up enrly in tho
morning nnd study for the others.
8. Turn out tho light ns you go to
Two new members Valda Moore
Abilene; and Elvcrgn McFarland
Snyder were admitted to the press
club at its meeting Tuesday. A com-
mittee composed of Ccarley Kinard
Memphis; Dan Tarpley Truscott;
and Myrtle- Eugenia Haggard Wcin-
ert; was appointed to redraft tho
constitution of tho club. A social
committee was selected by Ivan
Flynn president to make plans for
a social soon.
The regular meetings of tho club
nre to bo the second nnd fourth Thurs-
days of tho month.
Well 'tis time to bid you adieu et
cetera nd infinitum. So goo what
Is that? The surprise? Gosh goshl
Wo forgot all about it. But We will
tell you next week FOR SURE.
(Continued from page 1)
Westmoreland's face turned
color of John Hill's shirts. She said
B. S. U. stood for Better Sweetheart
From the Public Press
What a graceful exit Fay Morrison
made after the concert Tuesday night.
Tho fiddler got excited when she saw
tho rain and fell "flat" in tho mud.
It wns mighty bad on that pink satin
It was funny the other night to
see how suddenly tho Fine Arts bull-
ding filled with "courters" when it
began to rain. Everybody was scur-
rying for shelter. Well the weather
is getting too bad to Btay out of doors
so it looks as if the library will re-
cover some of its former popularity.
What a shock for Lota Fayo to find
out tho kind of fluffy littlo under
things that Dallas wears. Tho dis-
covery came Sunday night when an
expression brought Murphy's trunk
to the door at Mary Frances with a
letter saying that it had been for-
warded to his new nbode. Somebody's
faco was very red but we think it
was Miss Head's
GERMANY STEPS BACKWARD
Germany in lino with tho policies
of the National Socialist State seeks
to place emphasis on practical work
and to reduce tho "intellectual pole-
tariat" by revamping its student Hfo
this fall. The revolutionary Nazi meth-
ods of schooling permit only 4000
malo and 700 female students who
have successfully passed tho test of
the labor service army to enter tho
German universities and technical
high schools this fall.
In recent years the average number
of new students has been 12000. Tho
maximum number for any one year
has been 15000 of which only five
per cent may be females. Last spring
the German preparatory schools re-
leased 39579 graduates. Of tho max-
imum number of these 15000 which
are to be allowed to enter the univer-
sities. 8.000 males and 1000 females
entered the labor service army as tho
final preparation. Of these less than
half wero finally admitted because
some gave up their plans to study
somo became officers in tho labor
service nnd the remainder wero un-
able to pass the tests designed to de-
termine their general fitness to bo-
come intellectual leaders in the Third
Reich. Devotion to the National So-
cialist principles is decisive in these
Tho new students this fall who are
new methods will live in so-called
comradeship homes will wear uni-
forms and will be subject to discip-
line by the German Student league.
Tho comradeship homes will bo the
club-houses of the student corpora-
tions which nro tho equivalent of the
American fraternities. This new or-
der spells the doom of tho German
student corporation in theory at least.
Students may still join the cor-
poration they wnnt provided that
corporation .uses its clubhouse as a
comradeship home. Tho corporations
may no longer choose ihclr own mem-
bers but must accept tho student as-
signed to them.
So. Germany revamps its student
life in accordance with the principles
of the Third Reich. So too instead
of opening wider tho educationnl
doors of opportunity to its youth she
closes them to tho majority of stu-
dents eager to receive a higher edu-
cation. She subordinates all but a
trifling minority of her female stu-
dents so that equality of males and
females is not to be thought of. This
is startling to tho college women of
America who share with thc.collego
men equal onportunitles to bo edu-
cated. Wo cannot help but wonder if
Germany is not taking a decidedly
backward step in tho education of its
the first to enter schools under the youth. Maryland The Blue and Grey
Probably no one has heard but in
this school wc have a class that is
known ns the Freshman class. It
ought not be hard to pick out the
members of this class. If you want
to play n clever game filled with
thrills do as follows: 1 Take a tape
chest. 3. When the tape won't reach
around you know the subject is a
freshman. Each one found counts
three eights and when the score
reaches 2000 you kill yourself. Girls
can have a great giggling time of
this. (For the sake of safety the fel-
lows had better play this game on
the young lady's head. It's all on
the same principle.)
(Chapter two two one)
Then the little doggie fell into the
stew nnd what do you know about
Mrs. Smith having her hair bobbed
when sho had been a widow only
three days. At last tho end was In
sight so the poor wood chuck slid
down tho bank into tho strcnm nnd
tho parndo attained a position on the
north flank catching General Grant
with his part down too far on his
head making his hair stand up in the
bnck. No ono suspected tho naughty
littlo kitten of tho thefts but two
snfes were gone but not forgotten.
It wns n real thrill when tho darn
thing started with a cough and n
sneeze and the exhaust gave the
birdies in tho trees the razzberries by
screaming "Aint tho gravy good?"
And the pnssing fancy who was then
on his wny to seo one of his patients
murmured back in a terrible whisper
that rent a tree from stem to Btorn
Moral: Thcro aint no placo liko
home to change clothes and sleep in.
Always carry a spare because you
might go out with a flat tire.
n. S. U. REPRESENTATIVES
TALKS TO H-S. U. GROUP
(Continued from page one)
her two years work in her present
During her stay hero Miss Bramo
appeared before the student body
Thursday morning at tho regular
hour at the Mary Frances Hall pray-
er meeting nnd before the Ministerial
Council Friday night.
Special accordion music by Gordon
Suits student completed Thursday
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The Brand (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 19, No. 9, Ed. 1, Saturday, November 17, 1934, newspaper, November 17, 1934; Abilene, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth97486/m1/2/: accessed September 24, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Hardin-Simmons University Library.