The Brand (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 46, No. 16, Ed. 1, Friday, January 20, 1961 Page: 2 of 8
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Friday January 20 1H1
PRINTER'S UIKUNQ3 . . .
What Ate. tau 3ainf?
Brand Business Manager
Every year about this time many of the papers
magazines bill-boards and more recently even the tele-
vision and radio spots are filled with pleas from all over
the nation to help in tne March of Dimes.
Have you ever thought much about what is behind
the dimes and dollars that pour into the containers by
every cash register in nearly every business? I doubt if
as a whole the American public has given much thought
to the action behind the scenes. Therefore for a few
moments let's you and I go behind the more familiar
scenes and get a look at what really the March of Dimes
means and does.
Rehabilitation centers have been organized all over
the nation in an effort to help the millions of people
stricken annually with polio birth defets and crippling
diseases to re-adjust to the new world in which they have
found themselves and to be able to meet that world on its
Where do these rehabilitation centers get the neces-
sary funds for their' buildings equipment and salaries
for the specially trained workers? Part of this enormous
amount comes from the annual March of Dimes drive.
But the fight against these three enemies of society
does not stop nor does it actually begin at the rehabili-
tation ceners. Much of the individual hospitalization and
out-patient treatmen is paid for hrough the March of
Dimes Foundation. Iron lungs although used less fre-
quently today along with braces crutches walkers and
wheel-chairs have been provided by that extra change
you clropped into the cash register containers or by the
dimes and dollars you gave the mothers as they marched
along the side of the Teens Against Polio and the Polio
We have mentioned some of the weapons we now
have but what: about tomorrow? Who is going to pay
for the much needed research that is going on now and
that must continue to go on? Who is going to finance
the training of therapists doctors nurses technicians
and scientists that will be needed tomorrow? Who is going
to help TDiiild and equip new hospitals and rehabilitation
centers? Who is going to keep the small spark of hppe
burning for these millions of our countrymen who have
been stricken by either one or in rare cases a combina-
tion of polio birth defects and other crippling diseases?
Who is the March of Dimes? Is it not you the aver-
age American happy-go-lucky college student? Is it not
you the learned professor that is leading and directing
America's youth? Is it not you the alumni of this Uni-
versity that in a sense reflect the thoughts and opinions
of their alma mata? Is it not you the supporter and
benefactor of this school?
No I do not think it is any of you but rather it is all
-of you the college student the. professor the alumni the
supporter and benefactor that make up 180 million
.Americans that contribute yearly to the March of Dimes.
Your neighbor your friend your sister or brother
or your son or daughter may be a victim of one of these
enemies of socitey. Are you doing your part to help?
Qtye m Irani
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Editor or of the writer of the article and not necessarily
those of the university administration.
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By RAY MOBLEY
Saturday night at 8:00 H-SU
Cowboys will host the Howard
Payne Yellowjackets in Rose
Field House for what should be
a very interesting ball game. Im-
mediately following the Cowboy
victory on the basketball court
the Student Council will furnish
refreshments and entertainment
at the student center. All students
of both campuses are invited to
NOTICE ALL CLUBS OR-
GANIZATIONS AND CLASSES:
The all school carnival will be
held Friday Feb. 10 in Rose
Field House. This a good oppor-
tunity for your organization to
raise those much needed funds.
All of the facilities available in
Rose Field House with the ex-
ception of the new Physical Edu-
cation classrooms and offices will
be at the disposal of the various
The Social Side...
By JONNI HILL
And a Big Hello to all you
beings in news land. This column
comes to you this week courtesy
of Pat Dishman's mother who
likes to read intelligent and edu-
cational columns and the girl who
lives across the hall from me that
sticks her head out the door every
hour and hollers "Hello World"!
It's not that I've been too lazy
to get a column in the past two
weeks nor have I been locked in
anyone's dark dampcloset. It's
just that I crawled to"far back in
my little corner of the world!
Actually I've really been hav-
ing some busy days . . . They go
something like this:
6:00 Alam rings.
6:01 Push 5 minute button on
8:04 Awaken from deep sleep
realize I have old fashion clock
it doesn't have a 5 minute but-
ton! 8:05 Jump into unpressed
8:07 Dash into class.
8:07 Dash out of class.
8:08 Back in room taking off
pajamas got into wrong un-
8:10 Make way to SUB too
embarrassed to go back to class.
8: 15 Sitting in SUB munching
on breakfast food called fruit pie.
8:30 Sitting in SUB watching
all the boys go by.
8:45 Sitting in SUB watching
prof go by.
9:00 All clear come out from
9:15 See prof coming back
feel like having a good fight.
9:16 Back under the table
9:16 Whisper dirty little
sayings and spit on his shoe as
he walks by.
9:18 Shining profs shoes and
thinking of the 400 page theme
I'm going to write entitled "Four
Thousand Reasons Why I Should
Never Cut Class."
9:25 Cut class to work on
9:30 Finish theme and decide
to do my 6 weeks washing.
9:35 Take clothes to helpy sel-
9:40 Get trapped inside wash-
er go through washing cycle
two rinses ana a spm-tury
10: 15 Stagger out of washer
resolve never to wash again!
.10:30 Eat mid-morning snack
11:30 Finished with snack
ready for lunch. (
12:30 JTinish with lunch and
start to waddle back to dorm.
12:30 Find it easier to roll
back to dorm
1:00 Arrive at dorm ready for
short cat nap.
9:45 Awakened by loud room-
mate and crew.
9:46 Feel mean because didn't
get nap out.
9:48 Sneak up on room-mate
and give her a hard kick to the
9:48 Suffer from disease
known as cowardliness.
9:48 Run for my life.
10:00 Save life hide behind
my friend Tiny.
10:30 Room-mate went to bed
began to feel brave let Tiny
joined three of my playmates and
drifted up into the twilight zone.
11:59 Running like mad to get
back to room.
12:00 Didn't make it turned
into a pumpkin!
The column we hope yo uhave
just read is last week's column
written this week for this week's
column written next week . . .
Well Beloved ones do you rea-
lize that it is approximately 3.340
minutes until "sudden death"!
This semester has really flown by
it seems like I've cut class only
25 times this semester.
But it has been a good 4
months . there have been some
times I'll never forget! One thing
that will always have a special
(CobUbim on Pact )
By ANITA YOUNG
At a meeting Jan. 11 in the
Sunroom of Hunter Hall the
members of the Delta Social Club
began to make plans for their
project of things to be sold at the
All School Carnival to be held
Feb. 10 in Rose Field House.
The club also discussed money-
making projects for the future
and plans for their spring rush.
(The girls are working on plans
to have several socials next se-
mester. The next meeting of the club
will be Jan. 30. The active mem-
bers and pledges will meet at a
home of one of the members'
aun. After the meeting and din-
ner the girls will go in a body
to the basketball game.
Eleven pledges were initiated
into the Beta Social Club Thurs-
day night. The pledges were in-
ducted in the room above Mack
The club has begun plans for
the Freshman rush to be held
some in March. The club plans
to take in at least one girl for
every girl graduating. The num-
ber of members the club may
take in is 25 or 30.
1961 H-SU Carnival King
To Be Crowned Feb. 10
The 1961 Hardin-Simmons Car-
nival King will be crowned by
University Queen Jean Edens at
the annual All-School Carnival
set for Friday Feb. 10 in Rose
The carnival will open at 7:30
p. m. said June Hackler general
chairman of the carnival and stu-
dent council social chairman. Fol-
lowed by the 9 p. m. coronation
a short program is being planned
consisting of campus talent Miss
Hackler said. This year's theme is
"Hearts and Flowers."
Admission to the carnival will
be 10c. One ballot per person will
entitle that person to one vote for
the Carnival King. Nomination
blanks for the king will be placed
in the SUB on Monday Feb. 6
beginning at 8 a. m. and will be
available until 5 p. m. Tuesday
Feb. 7. Nominees may be any sen-
Three H-SU Faculty
Meet at Ft. Worth
Three Hardin-Simmons faculty
members attended a state wide
meeting of the Texas Baptist Ed-
ucation Commission in Fort
Worth Thursday Jan. 12.
Those attending the meeting
were: Dr. Clyde Hurst profes-
sor in Bible; Dr. Lindell Harris
professor and Head of the Bible
department and H. B. Smith
Dean of hte faculties.
Dr. E. W. Bailey controller
was also in Fort Worth at this
time attending the meeting of all
Business Managers of Baptist
Schools of Texas.
Ken Wilson disk jockey for
KHSU radio station announced
the nation's Top Ten for this
week. The top ten are selected
from music charts throughout the
1. Corrina Corrina Ray Peter-
son. 2. Wonderland By Night Louis
3. Are You Lonsome Tonight?
4. Will You Love Me Tomorrow
5. Rubber Ball Bobby Vee.
6. Exodus Mantovain.
7. I Gotta Know Elvis Presley.
8. What Am I Gonna Do Jim-
9. You're Sixteen Johnny
ilO. A Thousand Stars Kathy
The Spotlight Special Ja Da
by Johnny and The Hurricanes
and the KHSU Bullseyes She's
Gone by the Cleftones are select-
ed by Wilson from records re-
ceived each week.
ior boy not on any form of pro-
bation Hiss Hackler said.
Every club and organization
may have a booth at the carnival
the chairman said. The positions
for these booths are on a first-
come first-serve basis as are the
types of booths. Club or organi-
zation president or representative
may sign up for type of booth
in the council office from 1 to 2
p. m. Wednesday Feb. 1. Posi-
tions of booths may be signed up
for from 1 to 2 p. m. Friday Feb.
3 in the council office.
All booths must be set up by
7 p. m. Friday Feb. 10 and must
bt cleared from RFH immedi-
ately after the conclusion of the
carnival. "We had some difficulty
getting the field house cleared
last year but are expecting bet-
ter cooperation and response this
time" Miss Hackler said.
During the entertainment pro-
gram a plaque will be presented
to the club whose booth had the
best promotion and decoration
most originality and best pub
licity. This plaque is the one pre-
sented to the winning Players
Club last year. Any club winning
the plaque three successive years
will be allowed to keep it an-
nounced Miss Hackler.
H-SU President Speaks
In Chapel Services
Dr. Evan A. Reiff H-SU presi-
dent spoke in upperclassmen
chapel services last Friday.
The chapel choir under the di-
rection of Jay Wilkey sang prior
to Dr. Reiff's message.
Dean Walton university vice-
president led the opening prayer
and introduced the choir and Dr.
To Return Folders
H-SU Seniors Urged
All seniors are urged to turn
in their placement folders to the
Placement Office in Mary Fran-
ces Hall as soon as possible said
Claude Hicks Placement Direc-
tor. He stated that it is very im-
portant to have "the folders com-
pleted before the spring recruit-
ing schedule begins in order that
they may be complete and avail-
able for the recruiters who visit
According to Hicks superintend-
ents have already scheduled dates
to visit the campus. A large num-
ber of superintendents will be
visiting the campus this spring.
If you have not secured a
placement folder please come by
the Placement Office and get
yours. You may also obtain a
copy of the 1961 edition of the
Placement Annual said Hick.
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