The H-SU Brand (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 33, No. 39, Ed. 1, Friday, July 22, 1949 Page: 1 of 4
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IT'S FUN Paul Bailey physi
cal therapy aliendant at Hend-
xick Memorial Hospital is shown
with Tommy Melton Burnett
a convalescent in the Hubbard
tub while relaxing. Bailey is a
Hardin-Simmons football play-
er who is spending the summer
in the study of physical therapy.
Young Melton is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. D. L. Melton. (See
story on page 3.)
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Fall Night Classes
Slated For H -S U
Hardin-Simmons university will
include a complete curriculum of
night classes when the 1949 fall
semester begins according to
Dean Robert A. Collins.
Teachers and any other inter-
ested scholars will have the op-
portunity to enroll for courses in
education English psychology
history Bible business adminis-
tration and the sciences. Classes
will also be offered to graduate
The instructors for these night
classes will be the regular full-
time staff members. Plans which
are incomplete call for the teach-
ers to work alternately.
The Gilmer-Aikin bill is the
main reason that Hardin-Simmons
will undertake to branch into a
night school according to Dean
Many teachers have expressed
the desire for night work Dr.
Collins said "We are endeavoring
to offer them a schedule which
will enable them to teach and go
to school also" he explained.
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William 0. Beazley
Given Doctors Degree
Drama in the Old Testament I Baptist Church in Newport News
was the theme for a doctors dis- Virginia.
H-SU ABILENE TEXAS FRIDAY JULY 22 1949
MAY BE RESUMED
The Corral former student publication of Hardin-Simmons uni-
versity may be resumed. An advisement committee has been ap-
pointed by Dr. Rupert N. Richardson president of the school to
determine whether or not the publicaiton will be started again.
Dr. Richardson himself a contributor to the magazine when he
was a student indicated that the possibilities of resuming the
magazine are good.
Members of the committee are: Bob Benson Clifton Malone
and Maude King.
A literary magazine The Corral would be published quarterly.
Actual name of the magazine has not been determined but members
of the publication and administrative committees in a joint session
Friday indicated that they thought the name should stay the same.
The Corral was discontinued during the depression. Financial
arrangements and circulation of the magazine will be determined
by the advisory committee. The magazine would be a student func-
tion somewhat on the order of The Brand and Bronco.
Sponsors of The Corral which would feature short stories
fiction sports arts and poems has not been determined. But it
is expected that it would be in the English department and con-
sequently an English writers club-sponsored affair.
An English writers club does not exist at the present time but
may be formed. The Brand is sponsored by the Press Club but
selection of editor and business manager is made by the publica-
It is expected that the Corral would be sponsored by a club
with the selection of editor and business manager if needed being
made by a committee similar to the publications group.
A partial list of staff members for the publication will be an-
nounced simultaneously when the go-a-head sign is given by the
Talent for the magazine is expected to come largely from
English journalism and creative writing classes.
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MILBURN E. CAREY wiU be
the chief clinician of the tenth
annual music recreation camp
to be held on the Hardin-Simmons
university campus Au-
gust 15-27. Carey is the director
of the Phillips university con-
cert band of Enid Okla. and
manager of the annual Tri-State
Festival. Announcement of ap-
pointmnet has been made by
Marion B. McClure.
sertation written by W. O. Beaz-
ley at the Southwestern Baptist
Theological Seminary. Beazley
was granted a Doctors degree
from that institution July 15 1949.
Dr. Beazley associate Prof of
Bible and speech received his
B. A. from Bridgewater College
in Virginia in 1937 and his M.R.E.
from Southwestern Baptist Semi-
nary in 1946. He has held his
present position at Hardin-Simmons
since February 1948 and
until his resignation June 1 was
educational director of the First
Baptist church in Abilene.
Before coming to Abilene Dr.
Beazley held the position of edu-
cational director in the North Fort
Worth Baptist church. During this
time he attended the Seminary
in Fort Worth. Prior to that he
spent two years as educational
director of the Orcutt Avenue
Dr. Beazley is a native of Sing-
ers Glen Virginia.
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Outdoor Movies Slated
For Parramore Field
Parramore stadium will be the
scene for four outdoor movies
which will be free to the student
body of Hardin-Simmons univer-
sity Dean W. T. Walton said to-
day. The movies will commence
Tuesday at 8 p. m.
A large screen was installed
this week directly in front of the
center part of the stadium.
Dean Walton said that it was
felt that the four movies which
will be light in nature will add
some needed amusement on the
campus and he would like to see
a good crowd attend the movies.
Two of the movies will be: En-
chanted Forest and for the week
of the exams a Laurel and Hardy
show will be displayed.
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SOCIAL SCIENCE FRATERNITY
EMBERSHIP NOW UP TO 53
Membership in the National so-
cial science fraternity Pi Gamma
Mu had risen to 53 Wednesday
Dean W. A. Stephenson acting
president of the organization
said. Eight of the number are
charter members and 26 are mem-
bers of the Hardin-Simmons uni-
Students in the fraternity in-
clude: Nealie Moore Keith How
ard Moore Bert Mann James
Odell McCoy James C. Lambdin
Hugh Lawrence Lackey Nathan
Ivey George Hine Jr. Mrs. Lu-
cille Redden Duke Mrs. Ida May
Day Edith Boehlert George Mil-
ton Beard Robert H. Alvis Ar-
thur Knight Mrs. Bernice Ruther-
ford Delma Martin James L.
McNinch Joan Penny Judson
Forrest Binion Robert B. Clem
ents Leon Rupert Walker Francis
Dillion Wear William Arthur
Thomas Earl M. Rauch Thomas
L. Moring Mrs. Jerry Rogers
Mrs. Ruth Layton and Mrs. J. J.
Faculty members include: Rod-
ney D. Cathey government; Pete
O. Johnson ba; James C. Young
sociology; Milton Franklin Gard-
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For the second straight year
W. Aubrey Stephenson has been
elected president of the Sweet-
water Baptist Association Broth-
erhood. Stephenson was elected Monday
night in a final meeting of the
associational year at the Univer-
sity Baptist Church.
Dr. Jesse Northcutt pastor of
the First Baptist Church who
was the speaker for the occasion
discussed economic and social
conditions of the Hawaiian Is-
lands. He displayed color slides.
Special vocal music was fur-
nished by Euell Porter Charles
Downey Wesley B. Hooper and
Emma Joyner accompanied at
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