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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 12 April 1924

- " " "V " ' f " H' Vol. VIII. SIMMONS COLLEGE ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY APRIL 12 1924 Number1 28 -4yjii iWvvj&i $&$ "I-Htv ;r"s ' pir th 2Th ? Simmons jBnrnl fWj" SOPHOMORES NOSE OUT FISH IN INTER-CLASS TRACK MEET In tlic inter-class track meet held on Parramorc Field Wednesday afternoon the Sophomprcs downed their natural rivals the Freshmen by1 a margin of one point The final score made In the track and field events was 58 to 57 in favor of the second year men Upper classmen did not take an active part in this closely contested meet be- tween the lower classmen of Simmons. .A score of six points was made for the Senior class Ky'McMinn. One third placo made by May in the- 220 yard dash gavo tho Junior class a one point score- for the meek. First and second year track men and some good track material were brought to tho notice of the coaches in tho strug- gle for class supremacy. About a hun- dred students and visitors witnessed the contest. Vaughn Sophomore showed excellent f...

Publication Title: Simmons Brand, The
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 12 April 1924

mvJS! Wiwwfyfyiw!ipixfti!y-'iAtt t j ' m -"-r-it I; S JflpSimmmt5Br?ind. Published Weekly by the Simaaon Pre Qub k the Interest of the Student Body el Simmons College. Entered m second elsts matter June 22 1917 at the Pottefflee at Abilene Texas SMITH HALL SCANDAL (BOYS) Snuff told Bynum a new story this -week. Subscription Price per year $2.00 Member of the Texas Inter-Collegiate Press Association. Offiee: First Floor Science Building. Published Each Saturday Morning. ARTHUR BULLOCK Editor In Chief BAKER CUMMINGS Business Manager STAFF NELSON HUTTO-ManaBing 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. Reporters: Hilliard Fatherec Charles Miller Berry Alvis Durward Hill Ray Lewis Roscoe Luttrell Naomi Hatton Clara Ballew Claudlnc Olsen Louise Eng- lish Electra West Bill Swafford Mildred Talbott Charles Rice Mabel Hale Lowell Littleton...

Publication Title: Simmons Brand, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 12 April 1924

- wfTjriwiv j: m7 o- ' T ffrTW inw ' -" -c .rrt'JpTT'J"y "T"1 nyii rTF- t ''fr-' irr -" "mm1 "igrywr yi 'yw11 t 'vpT T7 VrrT-T'TrV?S' -wf7Tl DEBATERS LEAVE FOR PINEVILLE LOUISIANA Simmons debators Douglas Swanzy and Sam Morris left Wednesday night to de- hate with Louisana Baptist .Collego at Pine villc La. The debate 'was scheduled to take 'place Friday night. Tlio question was Resolved that .the railroads of the United States should be forced to combine into such regional sys- tems . as may bo designated by the Inter- state Commerce Commission constitution allty granted. This debate will bo the last in the three year contract made be tween the' two schools. Simmons won the other two and it is' hoped that she will j continue to win. Both Mr. Swanzy and Mr. Morris have taken activo part in oratorical contests in the college on various occasions. In plac- ing this debate in the hands of these men the school feels that they will continue to. givo a creditable account of their oratori-...

Publication Title: Simmons Brand, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 12 April 1924

I r it I mmmMkmmvi Smart Easter Suits for Young Men On Easter morn your clothes go on parade just one of the many occasions when the man well groomed is the man well received. When you step out in one of these smart Spring Suits your friends will say: "Mighty good looking suit where did you get it Bill?" They'll expect the- answer for they know we're the first with the latest. That's what you Want and you'll be sure of getting it by choos- ing your new suit here. Our prices have been lowered for Easter selling $24.75 $29.75. $32.75. $39.75 AHUm'i Fmrlu AUfptmi riu m qtAurr-j CONFERENCE OF HIGH SCHOOLS BEGINS HERE PALACE TO-DAY WWwMm MpmmimSM wnmm Cowboys Open Homo Season (Continued from page two.) short when Flack whiffed and grounded out Wright to Heath. Woods The box score: Simmons: Fpster If ............... McCasIand c ...... Pickens rf ......... Wright 3b Estes 2b Kimbrough ss . .......... 5 Gibson cf -... 5 Heath lb ..... .... 4 Johnson p . . 4 Cook 0 ab 5 5 5 S 5 h po 1 6 0 10...

Publication Title: Simmons Brand, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 19 April 1924

P? tffWif wwwp o Vol. VIII. SIMMONS COLLEGE ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY APRIL 19 1924 Number 29 ipppipilii ftf ? Simmons total. B m B. i SIMMONS TO HAVE A BIG PART IN FORMAL OPENING OF LYTLE Lytle Lake with all the attraction it can offer; to those who swim will bo formally opened with an acqualic meet within the next Uyo weeks according t6 a report given out by Coach Y. P. Kuhn. Students from all the' schools in Abilene arc expected to participate in the different events consisting of swimming races 50 yard dash 200 yard relay 100 yard dash 30 yard dash canoe races from Cockrell's pier to the bank and fancy diving under tho rules of the A. A. U. Each contestant will Iib allowed four fundamental and six optional dives all of which must be stand-1 ard At tho request p( the lake authorities Coach Y. Pi Kuhn of Simmons College will 'e official manager of the opening and he states that there will be no bathing beauty review under his .supervision. That Simmons College has some splen- AiA Tnn...

Publication Title: Simmons Brand, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 19 April 1924

rk rv'-w-"n&S&inpmftjf&iiQfqlii u i fWHgmgii)mmp' jui'" KWvvwqi&frmrvvQtpfWiwrT tvrT"ry- rT-S?elTirw t 7i&' m-r ClpSimmen5Br?itid J PabHtfeed Weekly by the SknmoB Pre Ckb k ike Interest of the Student Body of Simmon College. m second clan matter June 22 1917 at the Postoflice at Abilene Texat Subscription Price per year......$2.00 Member of the Texai Inter-Collegiate Pre Aoclatlon. Of tee r Fktt Floor Science Building. Published Each Saturday Morning. ARTHUR BULLOCK Editor In Chief BAKER CUMMINGS Business Manager ' STAFF NELSON Hl)TTOManaging Editor t JOE JACKSON Advertising Mgr. ALBERT FOX Circulation Mgr. ALLEN MOTE -. Features PHENIS McDETH Religious Activities STAFF REPORTERS Myrtle Barber Alberta Howell F. U. Powell Charles Eaton. Reporters for this issue'. Electra West Mabel Hale Ora Barkley Berry Alvis Claudine Olsen Effio Turner 0. Z. Porter; Roscoe Luttrell Naomi Hat- ton Nelson Hutto Grace Horton Lowell .Littleton Lota Clyde Head Ray Lewis Otis Carter L...

Publication Title: Simmons Brand, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 19 April 1924

NiPUW)Ji JM iwWWMFwywMywwMwwwf qnnpwimw win PLAN ORGANIZATION OF WEST TEXAS HISTORICAL ASSOCIAI A call for a West Texas Historical As- sociation has been sent out oVcr the wes- tern plains and prairies to interest the citizenship of West Tcxasin. our past history and it's welfare. Prominent men men who are not only dreamers but "doers" after months of cpnsideration and thought havo reached the conclusion that a West Texas Historical Association is one of the urgent needs! of our section. Among these promoters is Professor Ru- pert N. Richardson head of the History department of Simmons College who has always taken a keen Interest In tho his- tory of West Texas R. C. Crane of Sweet- water L. G. Kcnnamcr of Abilene Chris- tian College W. C. Heldcn of McMurry" College and others Tho aim of this call is to establish a Historical Society in order to gather as much material as pos- sible on tho history of West Texas. Texas has a most unique and fascinating history and yet so liltlo has be...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 19 April 1924

PHIWUPpiWCTH'ftjMmm wsyft'iwiwm tj lii iipumu-J'i n1 .i;in'ii;i' p jmpn I's.jU'iinmsuMiffUM''S'imr" 'l)Wiiffi'W)W'"JMWlii (sjwwiswV'M'JsasjSMI wnwniHUiijlWHHiHppy Hi 'Smart Faster Suits a for Young Men Oh'Easter morn your clothes go on parade just one of the many occasions when the man well groomed is the man well received. When you step out in one of these smart Spring Suits your friends will say: "Mighty good looking suit where did you get it Bill?" They'll expect the answer for they know we're the first with the latest. That's what you want and you'll be sure of getting it by choos- ing your new suit here. Our prices have been lowered for Easter selling $24.75 $29.75 $32.75 $39.75 LifMc Fmtr1tl i r"".1T.-- f. JW" QUAtirY-Jrvw -senvce PALACE TO-DAY COLLEEN MOORE the "Flaming Youth" girl supported by LOYD HUGHES in 4HE HUNTRESS" A most unusual type of western comedy-drama. The rollicking tale of a feminine go-getter and her re- lentless man hunt - ALSO A GOOD COMEDY COMING MON. AND...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 26 April 1924

c X.' Vol. VIII. SIMMONS COLLEGE ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY APRIL 26 1924 Number 30 mm 5wrami$ Bnra-d t ; v i IE 1 II COWBOYS TAKE TWO FROM CANYON NORMAL BUFFALOES SIMMONS BOYS GO ON HITTING SPREE IN THE TWO GAME SERIES WITH TEACHERS AND PILE UP 28 SCORES IN TWO DAYS. The Simmons Cowboys Walked away with both contests in Mie two game series witli the Canyon Normal Buffaloes on Farramofe field Friday and Saturday swamping the Teachers the first day 20-2 and taking the last game 8-2. The Cowboys were never in danger at any time in either game though the Normalitcs presented a much stiffer front the second day and held the Cowhands to a ball game instead of a track meet. As a result of these two wins the Cowboys still have a clean slate of victories in point of home games'. Johnson working in the box the first day had tlio Buffaloes going his way and allowed them only five safeties. The visi- tors did not register a hit after the sixth inning. On the other hand the Cowhands were on a slugg...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 26 April 1924

""vrryi'i! i--nM7T7 Published Weekly by tho Simmons Press Club in the Interest of the Student Body of Simmons College. Entered as second class matter June 22 1917 at the Postoffico at Abilene Texas Subscription Price per year $2.00 Member ot the Texas Inter-Collegiate Press 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. PHINlS McBETH Religious Activities STAFF REPORTERS Myrtle Barber Alberta Howell F. U. Powell Charles Eaton. - Reporters for this Issue: Electra West Mabel Hale Ora Barkley Berry Alvls Claudine Olscn Eflie Turner 0. Z. Porter Roscoc Luttrcll Naomi Hat' ton Nelson Hutto Grace Horton Lowell Littleton Lota Clyde Head Ray Lewis Otis Carter Louise English Phinis Mo Beth Charles Miller. T. I. 4- A. TRACK MEET. The T I. A. A. track meet will meet witii Simmons for ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 26 April 1924

. m 4W V SOME THIRTY STUDENTS HEAR G. KINSOLVING The second lccturq of llic five which the Wept Toxas Utility Company of Ahilcnc Is offering at Simmons was given Friday evening at 7:30 o'clock. Due to the fact that the lecturer who was scheduled to give the lessons in the course was out of town Mr. Grady Kinsolving of the Utility company gave the lecture and also material for outside reading was distributed by Mr. Kinsolving. Some thirty students were present at this lecture The subject that was given in this lec ture contained material about the Account- ing Department of the Utility organiza- tion. The process and steps used in the accounting department at Abilene were dfscusscd by Mr. Kinsolving. Ho also told tho students that the Interstate Commerce Commission received reports regularly from the company. These reports arc sent into them stating conditions and other sta- tistics and of the management at Abilene. Due to the fact that the Utility Organi- zation concerns the interes...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 26 April 1924

J ' 1 Hollywood Sandals THIS YEAR'S BRONCO BE RELEASED MAY 6 PRACTICAL AND PRETTY FOR COLLEGE GIRLS $5.00 Wc are showing a complete line of the new Hollywood Snndals. In black patent leather white kid and in red and green. QUAUTYMVALUe -SEWCG early distribution is made possible by having work done here. All Bronco material has gone to press according to "Happy" Jordan business manager and will bo ready for distribu- tion May C. Tills is the earliest data on which the Bronco has been released. The Dronco is being bound in Abilene at the Abileno Printing Co. Until this SCREEN VERSION OF MLASCO PLAY It has como to be a proverb among the stago folk and theatre-goers that a David IJcInsco play must bo a great success. The name and tlio genius of this great play- wright aro cnougli to insure tho success of any play he puts out. "The Cold Diggers" ono of his recent successes which played for two long years in Broadway and had n long tour of the country will come in screen form to tho Palac...

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

r-BH'" VJ S"-JSJPTrj;(.'""iWIJ'- "" fmyTvrT?mrrT1(Jfir STtj? Simmons Brand i. Vol. VIII. SIMMONS COLLEGE ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY MAY 3 1924. Number 30 Annual T.I.A.AJrack Meet to be on Parramore Field It JUNIOR CLASS WINS NEWSPAPER CONTEST T.I.P.A.TRACKMEETTO MEET HERE NEXT WEEK w B " f . f MAKING THIRD CONSECUTIVE YEAR FOR THIS CLASS TO WIN CUP. The Junior class edition of the Brand edited by Nelson Hullo Won first place in tlic annual inter-class newspaper con- test. According to announcements given out by Arthur Bullock Editor-in-chief Thursday afternoon. The Senior paper camo next making high points in both literary excellency and make up which brought their average up to second place. The papers were placed in tho hands of newspaper men of the city to be judged they were judged on the merit of make up news value literary excellency and scope. All decisions were fairly close. The Seniors winning over the Sophomores by only one half point. This was the fourth annual inter-class ne...

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

S 2HP Simmons JBr?md Published Weekly by the Simmons Prest Club in the Interest of the Student Body of Simmons College. Entered as second class matter June 22 1917 at the Postofllce at Abilene Texas Subscription Price per ) cur .....82.00 Member of the Texas Inter-Collegiate Press Association. Office: First Floor Science Building. Published Each Saturday Morning. ARTHUR BULLOCK Editor In Chief BAKER CUMMINGS Business Manager STAFF NELSON HUTTOManaging Editor JOE JACKSON.. .-Advertising Mgr. ALBERT FOX Circulation Mgr. ALLEN MOTE Features PHINIS McBETtI Religious Activities STAFF REPORTERS Myrtle Barber Alberta Howell F. U. Powell Charles Eaton. A. Reporters for this Issue: Electra West C Spangler Ora Barkley Berry Alvis Claudine Olscn Effie Turner 0. Z. Porter Roscoe Luttrcll Naomi Hat- ton Nelson Hutto Grace Horton Lowell Littleton Lota Clyde Head Ray Lewis Otis Carter Louise English Phinls Mo Beth Charles Miller D. Hill Mildred Tal- bott B. Cardwcll. WHAT OTHERS THINK. THE VITAL D...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 3 May 1924

j&WvT' fT " - T. C. GARDNER SPEAKS AT WEDNESDAY'S CHAPEL "The man who will succeed In lhe most glorious fashion Is the ono who will go around obstacles when he meets them" staled Rev. T C. Gardner state director of 11. Y. P. U. In Chapel Wednesday morning. Mr. Gardner has charge of the Young People's training school at iho First Baptist Church this week. He stated that a person should slop once in a while and take an inventory of himself. One should check upon himself and take stock at to a number of character istics such as: How much am I worth in Ambition in lnduslriousncss in Depend- cntability in Friendliness in Cheerfulness and how much am I worth to myself to my church and to my Christ. "HOW TO BE HAPPY THOUGH MARRIED" ! By Marilyn Sterling T Marriage is the most dangerous business there is. Statistics show tin; increase in divorces within the past few years. The newspapers run stories daily of separa- tions divorces sometimes connected with violence sometimes agreed to ca...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 3 May 1924

Y S mmmmr-mmrm Hollywood Sandals M Ml V K PRACTICAL AND PRETTY FOR COLLEGE GIRLS $5.00 We are showing a complete line of the new Hollywood Sandals. In black patent leather white kid and in red and green. T AUUnt't fmrlu y Uanwoeus -M vAwe sEnwc QUALITY- Palaee TTteatip FRIDAY AND SATURDAY "THE ARIZONA EXPRESS" A Wm. Fox Special which carries a consignment of thrills mystery love and romance. EXTRA A GOOD TWO-REEL COMEDY MATINEE 10c and 30c. NIGHT 10c and 40c MONDAY AND TUESDAY MAY 5-6 "6 CYLINDER LOVE" WITH ERNEST TRUEX From the biggest stage success in 20 years. For two solid years it kept "Little Old New York" roaring with laughter. A Wm. Fox Super Special. EXTRA "MOVIE CHATS" The Best Educational Reel Made. ADMISSION: MATINEE 10c and 30c. NIGHT 10c and -10c Shows Starting 1:30 3:30 5:30 7:30 9:30. Aiinuul T. I. A. A. Track Meet on Parramoro Field (Continued from page one.) witnessed in it T. I. A A. meet because of the so near equal footing of Canyon Nor- mal Denton Normal Austin...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 10 May 1924

-m r r fi-r n (? SCJ5T00Z EDITION - 4400 COPIES .J'-fcfc '; Vol. VIII. SIMMONS COLLECE ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY MAY 10 1924 Number 31 w Simmons Emul AnJ J9 COWBOYS BEAT YELLOWJACKETS IN LAST TWO GAMES OF SEASON JOHNSON WIN3 PITCHING- DUEL FROM COOK FIRST DAY AL- LOWING THE YELLOWJACKETS ONE HIT- SECOND GAME A BATFEST. UMMER SCHOOL OPENS JUNE 11; STRONG FACULTY IS SELECTED If V The Simmons Cowboy closed the base- ball by defeating the Howard Payne Payne Yellowjackets in two games on Parramore Field Monday and Tuesday. The scores were 4-1 and 8-5 respectively- A violent rainstorm preceeded by a cloud of sand stopped the first game at the end of the seventh but ideal weather prevail- ed for the last game of the season. The1 grandstand was full for the first time this season at the Tuesday game. The game Monday proved1 a pitcher's duel between "Port" Johnson Cowboy vet- eran twirlcr and Cook of Howard Payne but the former held the best of it all along. Johnson allowed the Yellowjackets to...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 10 May 1924

TT tvwrv Page 2 THE SIMMONS BRAND rTx?? ft intercollegiate; debaters Lota Clyde Head SIMMONS GIRLS WIN OYER HOWARD PAYNE GIVEN UNANIMOUS DECISION AFTER INTERESTING DISCUSSION. Myrtle 0. Barber and Lota Clyde Head carried away a unanimous victory in de- bate for Simmons from Howard Payne Wednesday evening. May 7 In Abilene Hall. The question for debate was '"Resolved that the railroads of the U. S. should be forced to combine into such regional sys- tems as may be designated by the Inter- state Commerce Commission." Tho nega- tive was upheld by Mary Ellen Snell and Pearl Darker of Howafd Payne College. Myrtle Barber and Lota Clyde Head of Simmons upheld the affirmative. Miss Head as first speaker of the af- firmative gave a splendid introductory dis- cussion of the question and then showed wherein the present system of roads is in- adequate because of poor service weaken- ed finances and extension and showed wherein the plan of the Inter-state Com- merce Commission would meet these i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 10 May 1924

r-w-'iyT r v ieump' .-m"' yifinii. ififwny jyun l"TB'l"'i"il"t''iW'"y"'"''"';'1ll?Trw'r wnTTmenT-y- --rr7-- -y.j J.- THE SIMMONS DRAND Page 3 15111.1111 SIMMONS COLLEGE Jefferson D. Sandefer LL. D. President Summer School --June 11 to August 19 Summer Normal--June 11 to August 7 c j Via i tm m piipif Abilene "The City Beautiful" Offers Many Inducements to Summer Normal Students Many towns boast of their "Home Beauti- ful." Abilene is the "City Beautiful." One of the many sides to the question of select- ing a college for summer work is the city in which the college is located. Abilene can justly lay claim to many attractive features that would induce students to come here. Over two hundred blocks of pavement and twenty miles of connecting graveled streets interweave and bind together a clean progressive district with beautiful well-planned residence sections. The in- stallation of over six miles of "white-way" lights now nearing completion will soon il- luminate the city and rank it...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 10 May 1924

Page 4 THE SIMMONS BRAND S 2u$immonsBr?ma PuUyied Weekly by the Simmon Press Club In the Interest of the Student Body of Simmons College. Entered as second class matter June 22 1917 at the Postuffice at Abilene Teiai Subscription' Price per year. 82.00 Member of the Texas InterColleglate Press Association. Office: First Floor Science Building. Published Each Saturday Morning. ARTHUR BULLOCK Editor In Chief BAKER CUMMINGS Business Manager STAFF NELSON HUTTOManagin8 .Editor JOE JACKSON Advertising Mgr. ALBERT FOX Circulation Mgr. ALLEN MOTE Features PHINIS McBETH Religious Activities STAFF REPORTERS Myrtle Ba'rber Alberta Howell F. U. Powell Charles Eaton. Reporters for this Issue; Electr'a West C. Spangler Ora Barkley Berry Alvis Claudine Olsen Effie Turner 0. Z. Porter Roscoe Luttrcll Naomi Hat- ton Nelson Hutto Grace Horlon Lowell Littleton Lota Clyde Head Ray Lewis Otis Carter Louise English Phinis Mc- Beth Charles Miller D. Hill Mildred Tal- bott B. Cardwell. ORIGINAL COWBOY BAND...

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