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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 2 February 1924

.1 imraons Sraul r a if Vol. VIII. SIMMONS COLLEGE ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY FEBItfJAItY 2 1924. Number 18 II SThS It i I I . It COWBOYS WIN TWO AND DROP flNF IN FIRST Villi 111 Haul CHRISTEN HOWARD PAYNE'S NEW GYMNASIUM BY BEATING THE YELLOW JACKETS 19-15 BUT FOUND IT HARDER AGAINST THE PIRATES LATE REPORT COWBOYS BEAT PIRATES 15-7. Late reports received Friday morning gave the Cowboys a smashing 15-7 victory over th touted Southwestern Pirates at Georgetown Thursday night. The Cowhands enmo back and roped and tied their opponents to a finish allowing the Pirates only two field goals. Tliis .victory raises Cowboy stock several points as tlio strong Southwestern machine had not been defeated in the T. I. A. A. and held Texas U. quintet to one and two point wins in two games. The Simmons Cowboy quintet scored two wins and one loss in the first three games of their all-week road trip this week trouncing Howard Payne in two games 19-15 and 33-13 and losing to the strong Southwestern Pirat...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 2 February 1924

'T TrrTTrnirT tw t " ttw 'rvfrwwr ""-" y-f- " '"vy "TTv-yr ny ir"i'r''r"'Mwi(f i(ift'"''j'r- - It IV SI)p Simmons CmnD Ftthlfeiied Weeldjr by tho Simmon Press Club In the Interest of the Student Body of Simmons College. numbers from "Bill" the colored harpist vrho resides just off the campus. Happy Jordan Was business manager for Bill. 0. & D. COUNCIL WILL HOLD ANOTHER TRYOUT Eatered as second class matter June 22 1917 at the Postoffice at Abilene Texas Subscription Price per year. $2.00 Mesiber of the Texas Inter-Collegiate Press Association. Of ice: First Floor Scipnce Building. Published Each Saturday Morning. ARTHUR BULLOCK Editor In Chief BAKER' GUMMINGS Business Manager STAFF ' NELSON HUTTO-Managing Editor JOE JACKSON Advertising Mgr. ALBERT FOX- Circulation Mgr. ALLEN MOTE Features PHINIS McBETH Religious Activities STAFF REPORTER ' Myrtle Barber Alberta Howell F. U. Powell Charles Eaton Emma Barrett. Reporters for this Issue. F. U. Powell Charles Eaton Myrtle Barber Paul...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 2 February 1924

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 2 February 1924

pWHimUmi w'wwnwinpiiAMi i IH)HigiWWinmnpmHKljUHilWlilH!ll WimJIHHHWH.'Hywyw'M" W'lIUll'iH'"m'lll1W'liWU'WWp wvimmmiwn'h 'wwnnyaTWM-'.'y'fWBW1""-' '- uyM.m7mmkMMfMmiMmmJK!mjm.mnM!.ms.JMKjmJMim efrzssxs New Shirts forJ Spring Here they are the nowesj Shirts just taken from the packing boxes. Madras Broad- cloth Oxford Cloth and all the good things in Shirts. Btlilt for comfort for wear and for style. In white solid shades and "beau- tiful color patterns collar at- tached and neckband styles priced to interest every prospec- tive buyer. MANHATTAN Shirts For Spring White Oxford Cloth collar attached priced $3.00 $3.50 and $4.00 Fancy Madras Shirts collar attached $3.00 to $5.00 Neckband Shirts in Percale and Madras all the new "pattern effects........ ..$2.50 $3 $3.50 $4 to $7.50 IMPERIAL SHIRTS In white English Broadcloth both Fancy Madras Shirts collar attached $3.00 to $5.50 qUAUTY-M VALUE -SEfiVCE VASfcrrfSmtWLCimPS'wWlTWjSLi. ffiftaygan SOCIETY FEELING HIGH AS DEBATES DRAW NIGH Iti...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 9 February 1924

1wri'i'WipiHipp''iiwww'- 4 Af'i.V 21 JNMmm&BnmA '. l - r Vol. VIII. SIMMONS COLLEGE ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY FEBRUARY 9 1924. Number 19 -i COACH HAYS RESIGNS AS ATHLETIC DIRECTOR " I M.lJiplJU HE Kzy J9 m it. SENIOR PARTY GIVES OPERA DON PASQUALE - n nn Aiimm nnnrnmr run i n NEW LIFE TO CUSS PLAYS TO LARGE CROWD HAd DKUUWII IUTTdUI IllAWo . w LEAP YEAR SOCIAL PROVES TO COMIC OPERA IN THREE ACTS BE BEST OF SENIOR WITH ALL-STAR CAST OF ACTIVITIES. AMERICAN ARTISTS. TO FRONT IN LAST THREE YEARS 1. 1. A. A. STANDING RAISED BY COWBOYS BEATING SAM HOUSTON The Simmon Cowboy ba.keteer. Jm- BASEBALL PRACTICE proved their standing in the T. I. A. A. OTADTO ECDDITADV 09 to 700 per cent by taking two games of M All Id IXdIUAII Lo basketball from the Sam Houston Normal Bearcats here Wednesday and Thursday WITH BEST SCHEDULE IN YEARS nights 22-14 and 22-16 respectively. The PROSPECTS LOOKING teachers flashed a good brand of basketball VERY GOOD. but the superior speed of the Cowboys nt-nvAH lh ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 9 February 1924

KfWPHPl imf'IWWJWi!MMIWV!?f JV.-'4pHJ!i IJIHJ RW ft- 4 fp 6 Itir 5immmBnmd BAPTIST SANITARIUM COWBOYS BREAK EVEN PROBABLY OPEN MAY 1 WITH THE BOB CATS x PttUMted Weekly by the Simmons Press Club in the Interest of the Student Body of Sfanmoha College. Entered m second class matter June 22 1917 at the Postoftiee at Abilene Texas Swbaoription Price per year.. $2.00 Member f the Tezae Inter-Collegiate Pre Association. Office: Fkt Floor Science Building. Published Eaeh Saturday Morning. . ARTHUR BULLOCK Editor In Chief BAKER CUMMINGS Business Manager STAFF NELSON HUTTOManaging Editor inP. TArjrSON Arlirth!nir Mirr. Circulation 'Mgr. Features The probable date for the opening of the JVcst Texas Baptist Sanitarium is May .MAKE TOAST YOUR BREAK- FAST FOOD ORDER PAN DANDY BREAD "Best For Toast" f ALBERT FO: ALLEN MOTE. PHINIS McBETH Religious Activities STAFF REPORTERS Myrtle Barber Alberta Howell F. U. Powell Charles Eaton Emma Barrett. Reporters for this Issue. Following up their example ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 9 February 1924

"" t;ftw ' .- 'm-wv -i"iilyffpwTy'"---wigTfr yrv-vyv - ' :''.' V;'- Review of Woodrow Wilsons Political Life From 1913-1923 BY ALLAN MOTE. 'ken and disappointed man a man whose CHILDHOOD DAYS ARE ''Turn backward turn backward oh Time. In your flfght Make me a child again jutt. for tonight " 'jsJivTWi ' .&.. l Ti. i w i i.i Idealism had placed him a century ahead "Wh? hou " The dar March 4h- of hi. time and hi. neooie. . i-- i. J " -!... II1I1 !! 1 I T1T.. nm- j T-;.-. i . uo year iio. inc place inc capuai ciiy v ! l r h i it if i . "" ? ." o mcj i"t""j ut WV '.V.oftWashlngton. Along the .Idea' of the "' " "ay. h ""f "" fa"cd 0 their way to the home of Mi.. Pauline tJ'&'X'St . IfiT. i -tj. n '!. . i brinB he Unltcd SlolM ln0 the .League . .. Mnnj m. li.torlc old- Pennsylvania Avenue ttand .. . . ... . . -' CJ; i. i. .. - . faiIed 0 Bet nl country ' ak Place - W '.if'V:' . LAUNDRY: . . Clark'. Laundrv ': LIVED OYER BY JUNIORS millinery and readv.to.war. The Fa.hlon Perry-Jones...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 9 February 1924

FngWTW. YW'VWIW'mWK&WtyWVWX1WyVl "lfPM BWpriTffTfFW -tt Fr WiMin(W"( wi""'i"cff'n"'f.ir 'wi-f"-f"r-7"'-T'"wrrr vyyTry"1 ! TfTI" i"T" -jv7gpr-w""np. - -irwm SWEATERS MANY AND VARIED FOR WOMEN AND MISSES Sweaters for Spring aro here in n varied range of beautiful colors and color combinations. It is seem ingly difficult to determine the exact mode which is most in favor. The slip-over type is in favor with many; the coat also has a strong following. Sweaters are of- fered in white bright colors and the ever popular wood shades. Wool is preferred to silk although the two are effectually combined in some models. There are some sleeveless models; hip" length is favored. $3.50 TO $16.50 0T AHUot't Ftnnn j QUALITY- ALUe -SERVCC PADEREWSKI AMAZES AUDIENCE WITH HIS VIM Coach Hays Resigns (Continued from page one.) in Texas football today was developed by Hays through five years of training. John- son halfback and end; Adams fullback; Gibson end; Kimbrough quarter; Mc- Haney center and Ja...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 16 February 1924

-TPPWffipi 't'iHftt''W-ITl"Wl IWWWJf VHiiWfftimnft"-' ! -ynWwrr- "pirvyw ii-'T' H-TW'n ' immons Brand Vol. VIII. SIMMONS COLLEGE ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY FEBRUARY 16 1924. Number 20 Wi m?$ t w COWBOY QUINT BREAKS .1000 PER CENT RATING OF CANYON The fast Cowboy quintet broke even with the much touted Canyon Normal Buf- faloes in two games here Tuesday and Wednesday nights on the Marston co.urt and broke the 1000 per cent rating of the plains teachers in the T. I. A. A. The Buffaloes proved too fast for the Cowboys thejirst night and ran away with a 25-14 victory but the Simmons team displaying the same fight and Comeback that has characterized them all this season stiffen- ed In the second game and nosed the visitors out by a score of 19-17. The fast under- hand passing and phenomenal goal shoot- ing and slow floor-work of the Cowhands characterized the first game while the spectacular guarding of the Simmons men featured the second. Hale visiting forward was the chief threat against t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 16 February 1924

wmmmmmmm S tfhpSimmonsBntna RELIGIOUS ACTIVITIES. DR. GEORGE DAVIDSON Published Weekly by the Simmons Press Club In the Interest of the Student Body of Simmons College. 111 ' ... Entered as second claw matter June 22 1917 at the Postoffico at Abilene Texas W. II. Hughes reports that the Sunday School at Lawn Church Is growing rapid ly. The people of this church are going to reseat their church house. W. G. Tankcrslcy had two good scr- Subscription Price per yoar......$2.00 vice at Champion last Sunday Member of the Texas Inter-Collegiate Press Association. cream while the Iced cake boro tho outline of a red heart in the center and initials of DOING LYCEUM WORK f ;' ?i0 corner!; The time for departure Came all too soon the lights wero flashed and participants took their leave to their respective abodes to bo haunted in their dreams by the vis- Ions of beautiful faces and memories too sweet to bo erased by tho passing years. Dr. George Diuguid Davidson professor of French at Simmons C...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 16 February 1924

!' ' ' ' -"CTWgBMB'P MM iM lv .irtllHrfMWWlwwwMBtJj SHURTLEFF QUINT FALLS DIGNIFIED SENIORS WILL NELSON HUTTO ELECTED CLASSICAL CLUB WILL BEFORE COWBOYS TWICE SOON BE WEARING RINGS JUNIOR CLASS EDITOR PRESENT PLAY SOON i i TEAM FROM ALTON ILL. NOT After many months of anxious waiting Qn account of President Sandcfer's 111- Tito Classical Club met In regular meet- FAST ENOUGH TO CURB on the part of the seniors for their 1924 neM ie 1925 clas put off the banquet to Ing Thursday February 7 In Mrs. Hatter's COWBOY FIVE. class rings the dignified feeling which i)0 tendered tho seniors. It has been the room. Some reports on the progress of the characterizes tho wearing of these em- cutom for tho president to attend the oc- Latin play which tlie club is preparing to In two of tho fastest games ever staged l)emg lave begun to work Its Way Into cag0 nnd lc Juniors believe tho tradl- give soon were heard. Good progress on tltt Marston Gymnasium court the the minds of the members of the class ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 16 February 1924

Tffw t Sleeveless Sweaters EVER A FAVORITE ARE HERE IN NEW SPRING COLORS Worn over a trjm shirtwaist they aro dainty and useful for the schoolroom the office and informal gatherings. Decorative buttons on some plaidcd or striped fronts on others with per- haps a leather belt adorn these sweaters of angora camel's hair and brushed wool in many beautiful colors ...$3.50 to $16.50 T AHInt't Fmrlti V Lanwoeud quality-M VALue-SEnvce irawa?mi7ffi??wyiiT7T7ffli7fflt7i. MRS. BOOTH SUCCEEDS ' MISS MORRIS AT HALL On account of a sprained ankle Miss Annie May Morrlss. gave up her position as Preceptress of Mary Prances Hall She was succeeded on February the first by Mrs. M. J. Booth of Beaumont Texas. Mrs. Booth ii widely known In the Bap- tist world. "In fact" Judge Caldwell re- marked on Friday after she had taken charge "I consider Mrs Booth second among our Baptist women Mrs. Dawson comes first and then in my opinion Mrs. pooth comes second." Ho said he had known her for several years us t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 23 February 1924

-r - ' j II SENIOR EDITION Hffi-" $i SIMMONS COLLEGE ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY FEBRUARY 23 1924. Number 21 'Try r -?vryim Th $ immotts Brasi jKr. viii w v lis COACHES SEEMED TO Lt SHOTWELL COACl '"WWS E. Sholwell. coaclftol thol lhampion Abilene Eagles and yne for the last two years coach of the lilene Christian College will guide the iletlc activities of Simmons for the year i24. Official announcement to this ef- lect was made Saturday by tho board of FHAM Wfc 3323Smt r Victo irnan-m. ; - t r- TheseerwilbJJeedchrJ- plan$ for Jmprovemcnt of Parra. Hayes who presented his .resignation-!?- Field i.ave bren -.-mi Dassinc from .ft nnr.rTTi.irr'rT'T'Tr'tr'icnn! 'iT7rr.7rir7riWr rcm "uvc ucc" iu.7 passing num understood that Shotwell will be director Tlw pan ncludes boh eniargcmcnl gtj athletics and Payne will be coach of of ficId und he huMing of a qlwrter fcsmmnaaiiiLi i 3 lH swooi ana c.uege. circles uoacn onoi- moro tha one hundred fect nnd his parl Mil having engagedTiriIJftBlfllf:llc;'...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 23 February 1924

rJK ?- tt' Mfljnp3mvr"- TJ" '"( TH )W"tJ'"- i 1 P I 5 i J" f fheSimraonaltorafl $ Published Weekly by the Simmon Press Club in the Interest of the Student Body of Simmons College. Entered as second oUss matter June 22 19l7 at the Posteffke at Ahilese Texas Subscription Price per yearw.$2.00 Member of the Texas Ib tor-Coll eglato Press Assoektloa. Office: First Floor Science Building. Published Each Saturday Morning. ARTHUR BULLOCK Editot In Chief BAKER CUMMINGS. Business Manager STAFF NELSON HUTTOManaging Editor JOE JACKSON Adrertising Mgr. ALBERT FOX Circulation Mgr. ALLEN MOTE Features PHINIS McBETH Religious Activities STAFF REPORTERS ' Myrtle Barber Alberta Howell F. U. Powell Charles Eaton Emma Barrett. MYRTLE O. BARBER Class Editorl Reporters for this issue: C. A. Eaten Alberta Howell Ernest Nyffler Mrs. Ashford Leona Seastrunk Zadie McWhbrtcr John L. Camp Baker Cummings Don Shifflctand and E. KQ Dougherty. PREXY s Many in the world today perchance may bear the beloved appella...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 23 February 1924

IjPPMPWPpWWWWRWIPWWWWftWWypjqwpywy iwwwimmvwvmwim'imi'vu'wi r-wwrw';Hw'.wiIWi!ii.l MISS ROBINSON WINS IN ORATION CONTEST Tlie honor of representing Simmons in the- inter-colleglato oratorical contest with Baylor was won Tuesday night by Miss 0 D. Robinson. There Were 5 other con 'tcstants. The tryout was held In tho Fine Arts auditorium at 7:30 Tuesday evening under the direction of the 0. and D. Association. The contestants were Misses Jcsso King Pauline Hardcsty Moncta Kennedy Naomi Hatton Cora Gooch and 0. D. Robinson all showing ability of the highest standard. The judges were Misses Addlo Woodal) Myrtle Trantham and Mr. L. E. Dudley of Abilene High School. The subject of Miss Robinson's essay was ''Truth" developed as a light that has never failed. Miss Robinson will meet Baylor College in April at Belton referred to; Chopin's C. sharp minor Etude and a waltz which he made as mar vcllously fluctuating in Its paco as the mazurkas; the Paganlnl Liszt "Campa- nclla" and for a subl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 23 February 1924

EZKrczKzsorciu VHffzraiiM LABEL' Thc Manhattan label on Shirts is your guarantee of quality. It identifies the genuine MANHATTAN. It signifies superior quality finish and service.' The new Manhattan Shirts are here in the greatest assortment of Patterns and styles we've over 'shown. PRICES RANGE $2.50 300 3.50 UP TO $7.00 4T AMnt'i ttnrnt jm SP UanwoeuSt -M vAiue -senvee QUALITY FOUR SIMMONS CLASSES EACH EDIT ONE BRAND MRS. J. M. BOOTH NOTED AMONG TlM'WOME Paderewski Plays (Continued from page one.) t ' which promises to be of greater signifi- cance 'than any In his long and dis- tinguished career. After being absent from the concert platform for five years Following the time honored custom in Simmons each of the College classes will In the next few weeks have the privilege) of editing on Issue of the Brand Supple- menting the tradition that February 22 birthday of George Washington being set asldo as special recognition to the Senior class they wilt also have the honor of edit ing ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 1 March 1924

JUNIOR EDITION ITfri? Simmons Brmift ft I If. I I E V Vol. VIII. VARSITY CLOSES SEASON WITH WINS OVER YELOW JACKETS . - HTTonfFPAT?0nnDrc;WN BASEBALL PRACTICE TO IN TWO DEFEATS; SCORES divim Tiunn nn uinni 3oi5 and 39i8. BEGIN THIRD OF MARCH GAMES END UNUSUAL SEASON r u c. iTTi n Lowboys bland IJiird in Percentage Column nnd Havo Gained Much Publicity. The Simmons College Cowboys rang down the curtain on tho 1924 basketball w buiu((s vuiikftu iiu n uui r a. unit season by defeating the Howard Payne Ycllowjackets in two games on the Marston gym court Wednesd nights of last week and one of the most successful seasons In tho history of the college. In these two final 6 Games of tho season. organization 01 the two societies they have As had been advertised the speaker 0?uem8 association By jure itoy Uradlcy popular "Minuet" as a requested encore games which were in the T. I. A. A. the With a large number of veterans back aernatcd Jn .carrying "ono" f molds s ho speaks. After .a short In...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 1 March 1924

mr MWl'wwilyl"'Mi"iyiipiwr iiiiwjBEpfpsTOppjgwBj I. $ 1 Simmons Brand Published Weekly by the Simmons PreM Club In the Interest of the Student Body of Simmons College. Entered as second class matter June 22 1917 at the Postoffice at Abilene Texas Subscription Price per year $2.00 Member of the Texas Inter-Collegiate PreM Association. Office: First Floor Science Building. Published Each Saturday Morning. ARTHUR BULLOCK Editor In Chief BAKER CUMMINGS Business Manager STAFF NELSON HUTTO-Managing Editor JOE JACKSON Advertising Mgr. ALBERT FOX Circulation Mgr. ALLEN MOTE Features ' PHINIS McBETH Religious Activities STAFF REPORTERS Myrtle. Barber Alberta Howell F. U. Powell Charles Eaton Emma Barrett JUNIOR EDITION Nelson Hutto F. U. Powell - . Editor Asst. Editor Reporters: Raymond Morrow Francis Edmonds Clyde Beasley Miss English Phinls McBeth Jimmie Ballew Vcrna Smith Joe Jackson. We cherish the thought that good hard work is honorable and the common corner stone of genius. Webster Ha...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 1 March 1924

Winamp WW tri''twmrmrrfttMjiiwiiwn W'BT? flWRy 1BHWfM J ' i "J"1 V rr-(y M 'Tgri !" v-p- s-w vt "pr i lrr((y'l i T-Vyfim!'1' . . s. .-.. It'-- V ."- V SU ;.:"' EL? 3.1 ;! f . K ' V. ' W' V'i'i to:;-: ' (" . V s'" ?'.; ' . H" f. tf&- . $ .A. h..-: A u '.. '. ' ' ' PADEREWSKI CONCERT A FINANCIAL SUCCESS TOTAL OF $4865.00 TAKEN IN; ARTIST GETS BULK FACULTY $600. ' Tho private car of Ignaco Jan Paderew- . ski with it party of six and tho servants .left' Abilene Sunday morning at four o'clock the next stop becing fuscon Arizona where Padcrskl will give a cohcert Tuesday evening .of this week and go from there directly to Los Angeles where ho will appear soon. Though he was used to receiving much larger receipts these received by tho great pianist hero Saturday night were not to be frowned upon. Tho $3602.50 was prob- ably the greatest amount over gotten by any artist Jn Abilene for any nights per- formance. A total of 1721 tickets Were sold according to A. E. Chandler man- ager for t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 1 March 1924

VJ l-TfvryvrjFVTt tiywtH "w r 4-r.tr yyr -"ryr T- "nrfT- - -y("r JT """W'VIPr? tifif-tPW" r F "TKTT" t r yT Tfprwn p. ..vvj-.y f"ft pTTWlT"fp Varsity Closes Scnnon (Continued on page four.) Lorndo Tnft Lectures (Continued from Page 1) Springing Our mng Hats Not a surprise for most of our men patrons expect us to come out first with the latest. New color tones new shapes everything new' but the quality. Wo couldn't improve that Stetson hats Young's hats. Prices begin at $5.00 and range up to $10.00 have pla)cd the most games of any of tllo fe $" "inll B?P.ImUn M'' Sci 2r 24 & & StSlVtS't. -ui.i Li. iii. i. -. - r..ii .-i i..i mv materials as so few pcoplo ico us work ttirnlff.S! A !?" Not marVbut ! The only defeat the Buffaloes received was at tlio hand of the Cowboys who came bhek In tho second game hero and tumbled tlio Colutnn. Then It was tlio Cowboys who took It upon themselves to break every team in the association which was holding an un- defeated record Southwestern S...

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