The H-SU Brand (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 33, No. 26, Ed. 1, Saturday, April 2, 1949 Page: 4 of 4
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"COWBOY" QUARTET or lht "tranlln' Wnaltn" who apyoand in fir South Tmu
conotrU in lhroo dtlM recently. Loft to right a Bob Smith Bryan) Jimmy Lodon. Frooportt Mau-
rico Alfrod HunttTlUat and Chariot Downoy Bryan. Tho quartet proaoatod aacrod concorta at Nara-
ota and Waco and a' secular program at Huntavillo.
A Training Union revival will
begin Sunday at the First Baptist
Church when the study of the
book "Winning Others To Christ"
will be taught by the Young
Peoples' department by Roberta
Cochran young peoples' director
of the church.
The course will cover 10 ses-
sions with 45 minutes to each ses-
sion. The first session will get
under way at 4:00 p. m. tomorrow
with a supper to follow at 5:30
in the church dining room. Fol-
lowing the supper the course will
be continued during the regular
Training Union hour.
The course will run through
Wednesday night at the regular
prayer meeting service. Each eve-
ning the sessions will-start at 7:00
and run till 8:45. Training Union
members must attend six out of
10 sessions to receive the certified
The course is offered as a prep-
aration measure for the coming
church revival and all young
people are urged to attend the
C. IH. Presley
209 Pine Phone 7896
Leave Your Film at the
24 Hour Service
3.60 to 8-95
Male Quartet Returns
From East Texas Trip
The Hardin Simmons male
quartet returned this week from
a concert trip to various points in
Billed as the "Singing Cow-
boys" the quartet was composed
of Bob Smith Jimmy Loden
Maurice Alfred and Charles
Wearing chaps and western re-
galia the quartet presented secu-
lar concerts featuring a group of
western numbers to the junior
and senior high schools at Hunts-
ville on Friday afternoon. The
climax of the trip was a program
before a regional banquet of the
Gulf States Utilities company at
Huntsville held in the girls' dor-
mitory on the Sam Houston state
This feature of the trip was of
especial interest to the boys of
the quartet since each of them is
a former student of Sam Houston
The quartet presented a group
of sacred songs at the Sunday
morning service of the First Bap-
tist Church in Navasota. Moving
on through Waco the group re-
turned to Abilene Sunday night
after singing at the North Waco
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in each girls' dormitories at 9:30
Saturday's program will be
opened with Morning Watch. Miss
Inlow is to be speaker during the
chapel period and panel discus-
sions on Home Missions Youth
Camps and YWA Methods will
conclude the meeting.
4 Cowgirl Band
The H-SU Cowgirl band has
played before Abilene students
and BTU members from many
sections of the state in four pro-
grams this week according to
Dale Schoonover director.
The musical organization pre-
sented the program for the Abi-
lene high school assembly Tues-
day morning and appeared Tues-
day afternoon before students of
South Junior high school. The
group was scheduled to play at
North Junior high school Friday
Vocal and instrumental solos
ensembles and the baton twirling
of Norma Kniffen were featured
in the program of popular music
presented at each school.
The band was also to have
played a group of sacred selec-
tions at the Friday night session
of the state BTU convention
which is meeting on the campus
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built a workroom in which there
are individual places for the elec-
trical supplies paint shelves and
racks for the many tools used in
Having been with University
Players for three years Skylstad's
accumulation of experience will
make the production among the
best as far as lighting and techni-
cal effects are concerned.
Stage manager Jeanne Baxter
and members of her crew have
been working on the construction
of the exterior set. They have just
recently completed a life-size -oak
tree made from chicken wire
newspapers canvas glue and
paint. The remainder of the set
will be completed for Saturday
Tickets for the production will
go on Sale Monday in Abilene
Brazil exported about as much
rubber in 1020 as it did in 1010
but in 1010 the 16 to 20 thousand-
ton export was 90 per cent of the
world supply and in 1920 it was
about 10 per cent
IT PAYS TO LOOK WELL
A Block and a Half
West of Campus
1717 Ambler Avenue
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Set For Cowboy
Band For Spring
By HAZEL VERNON
A variety of appearances with
rodeos being the most frequent
event scheduled have been ar-
ranged for Marion B. McClure's
The group's first appearance of
the spring was at the state Bap-
tist Training Union convention
Thursday in Rose field house.
Next Tuesday night the band is
to journey to Seymour for a high
school concert there.
One of the most lookcd-for-wardto
events on the schedule for
the boys is the annual San An-
tonio Battle of the Flowers April
10-20. The Cowboy musicians will
participate in the celebration at
the invitation of the San Antonio
chamber of commerce. Concerts
will probably be given at Brnck-
enridge and Alamo high schools
while the band is in the Alamo
city McClure stated.
The band is to play for both
performances of the Hardin-Sim-mons
Intercollegiate Rodeo April
29-30 and for the annual Senior
Day activities to be held in con-
junction with the rodeo April 30.
During the first week of May
the group is to open the Santa
Rosa Roundup and Horse show at
Vernon. Next appearance will be
the Midland rodeo June 1-4.
Dr. Watts Elected
To Alpha Chi Office
Dr. Otto Watts faculty sponsor
of Hardin-Simmons' Julius Olsen
chapter of Alpha Chi national
honorary societyBwas elected vice
president of the national and re-
gional council of the organization
for 1050 at the annual convention
of the society in San Antonio
Ida Swain Mack of West Texas
State College Canyon was elect-
ed president for the next year
succeeding Dr. J. R. Manning of
the College of Arts and Industries
Kingsville. The 1049 convention
was held at Incarnate Word Col-
lege in San Antonio.
Alice Osborne president of the
local Alpha Chi chapter was stu-
dent delegate to the meeting. As
a part of the program John Van-
derpoel read a paper "Democratic
Heritages and Sovereignty of
God" which he prepared for the
occasion and Minor Berry read
a paper prepared by Liston May
entitled "Responsibilities In De
The convention had as its
theme "Heritages Freedoms and
Responsibilities of Democracies."
Papers on these topics and music
comprised the programs.
Mrs. Otto Watts and Ruth Ham-
ilton vice president of the local
chapter accompanied the repre
sentatives. A banquet and sight-
seeing tour of San Antonio were
a part of the entertainment.
The convention will be held
next year at North Texas State
Teachers College at Denton.
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was furnished by the H-SU chapel
and a cappella choirs on Thurs-
day and by the Cowboy and Cow-
girl bands on Friday. Badges for
delegates to the convention were
furnished by Hardin - Simmons
and bears the bucking bronco in-
signia of the University as do the
programs which are printed in
purple on a gold background.
Physics Lab Has
Two classes in the physics de-
partment arc working with new
equipment purchased especially
for use in these courses according
to M. G. Cheney physics pro-
fessor. The courses are Physics 214 the
study of sound and light; and
Physics 343 electronics. New
equipment received for the elec-
tronics course includes a tube
checker vacuum tube volt mater
radio frequency generator four
tube tuned radio frequency re-
ceiver and a five tube superhetro-
dyne. Some war surplus equip-
ment purchased last spring is also
being used by this class.
A kumbt tube eight feet long
is being used for the first time at
Hardin-Simmons by the Physics
214.students. It' was built last year
FRIDAY & SATURDAY
SUN. MON. & TUES
WED. & THURS.
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For Good Food at .
H-SU Hitching Post
Just Across the Campus
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Whatever You Do
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by E. W. Fullman an H-SU stu-
dent. The eleven members of this
class spend their time devising
experiments while tho electronics
class members arc studying va-
rious aspects of modern electron-
ics in a general way.
This includes a study of tele-
vision counting cells counting
systems computing machines in-
dustrial control communications
systems audio amplifiers. There
arc six electronics students who
work in pairs and rotate the use
of their new equipment.
BIG STAGE SHOW
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FOUR TIMES DAILY
APRILS 7 8& 9
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of the Orient.
LORETTA and HER
troupe of Dancing Boxing
and Hand Balancing Toy
Comedian Ballet Act.
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The H-SU Brand (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 33, No. 26, Ed. 1, Saturday, April 2, 1949, newspaper, April 2, 1949; Abilene, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth98307/m1/4/: accessed January 23, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Hardin-Simmons University Library.