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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 13 September 1924

r -"Tf.TTTT"-'" THE SIMMONS BRAND "GMT JHEV OCT FOR FIRST FOOTBALL PRACTICE Tr T lf 1 :i ' a' .1 :;.( " ! JA. ft S. MUCH GOOD MATERIAL ON HA1 BUT PROSPECTS ARE RATHER DOUBTFUL AS YET Futty husky ambitious football aspir- ants responded to the ball of Coaches Shot- .well and Payne and reported for the initial practice of a fifteen day training season which comes before the Cowboys launch into a long hard season when they meet the Baylor Bears on Sept. 27. Tho work- outs were held twice dally the rest of Inst week and likely they will continue that' way until classes' start Wednesday. The workouts of lost week consisted of only of training the men ip the football fundamentals. Coach Shotwcll took charge of the backficld men and schooled then in the tactics of backficld running including sidestepping tho. -"hike" and so on. Coacii Payne took tho linesmen In hand and Cooch Kuhn took oyer the ends. All the elemental were given intensive study during last week's training. Signal prac- tic...

Publication Title: Simmons Brand, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 13 September 1924

THE SIMMONS BRAND II fSl ! COLLEGE FACULTY AND STUDKWTS S Wc welcome you back to Abilene nnd hope you J Eg will have a pleasant and profitable school year. H We also want to extend you a hearty welcome to fe B this store. Meet your friends here and 'make 0ur H store your down-town headquarters. . . ' j I ' JFc arc garf (o jserw you and help to make I ' your stay In Abilene pleasant ' I IIHHHiBKilEMD I Cowboy Bund Goes Rapid Progress Mndo It (Conllnucd from page one) (Continued from jiagc one) Caldwell Cameron and Temple. In each town Judge Haney continued his poetic flow of languagq in the presentation of a vanity and in talk for Abilene. It was declared by some that his most artistic flow of oratory was in his presentation speech at Caldwell and add the hint that it was here that he had the most .inspira- tion. Temple gave the trippers the most wild and royal welcome considering the size of the town that they got on the whole jour- ney. The Elks band met them and paraded in front o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 20 September 1924

ilPipWpliljfwpilWWWBPSBWWl IEAT d? BAYLOR 3 SThe Simmons Brand V?5& BAYLOi Vol. IX. SIMMONS COLLEGE ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 20 1924 Number 2 COWBOYS PLAY BRECK ALL-STARS HERE TODAY 0. & D. WILL HOLD FIRST MEETING NEXT TUESDAY DRAMATIC CLUB WILL GIVE SEVERAL PLAYS REGISTRATION GREATEST IN HISTORY OF SIMMONS 700 ARE ALREADY ENROLLED; WILL LIKELY PASS 800 MARK. B.S.U. HAS BIG PLANS FOR THE COMING YEAR URGE CROWD ATTENDS THIRTY-THIRD OPENING r r f - l.l. FIFTY MEN TRAINING DAILY IN PREPARATION FOR THE .BAYLOR BEARS. CAPT. KIMBROUGH RETURNS Also Cnrtlwcll and Other? Come In and Help to Brighten tho Outlook. Cher fifty men fighting fdr a place on the Cowboy football eleven have put one week of intensive training behind them in preparation for tho Baylor Bear whom they will meet at the West Texas fair next Saturday. In tho meantime they will take ori the Breckcnridgo All-Star here to-day (Saturday)-. The weather lias interfered greatly with the work of the coaches not only...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 20 September 1924

1 ? 'JWjf WP- 'l'M'PHIWli"ljP " THE SIMMONS DRAND K r if Published Weekly by the Simmons Press Club in the Interest 'of the' Student Body of Simmons College.' Entered as second class matter June 22 1917 at the Postoflicc at Abilene Texas. Subscription Price per year $2.00 Member of the Texas Inter-Collcglate Press Association. Office: First Floor Science Building. Published Each Saturday Morning NELSON HUTTO Editor-in-Chief JOE JACKSON Business Manager Reporters: Lota Clyde Head Bill Swat- ford. Charles Miller Otis Carter and Raymond Morrow. THE BRAND STAFF The Brand is working just now undi the difficulty of having no organized staf A few of last year's faithful Journalis n students are assisting the editor in scqu ing out news from the college activitie but no staff will be mado up for at lea t two weeks. We hope the students wil not be critical in their judgment of tl paper for these first few issues which ate put put every year under a handicap. f The Brand wants helo from those...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 20 September 1924

THE SIMMONS BRAND ' i lf.u SaKr f r mm nfiBfe2lll 9KH w.a HL.' 11: .;. Abilcnc's Little Symphony Orcjicttra. It will be seen that over half the crsonncl of the orchestra arc cither Simmons students or teachers. Prof. Dewey 0. Wiley was the one who gathered these players starting with the members of liis Victory Orchestra. After collecting a group of talented musicians he turned them over to Mr. John Victor who is the director. This orchestra is an Abilene organization sponsored by the Abilene Chamber of Commerce. Thi picture was taken at the First Baptist Church where the orchestra gave a concert August 1. T. I. A. A. SCHEDULE INCLUDES MANY OF CONFERENCE TEAMS The Cowbos arc not tlio only members of the T. I. A. A. who will tackle members of the Southwestern Conference in the opening game of the season. In fact the tcmlenc) among teams of the association this car seems to he Jo take on the hard- est game first ami this in the face of the fuel that they cannot begin training until th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 20 September 1924

pSny uniitirrv V ww p n .wwifSifr THE SIMMONS BRAND nMiiMiiMi7wuMjm.jm.im.imm.iMCTmnMZJi New Fall Hats I KmmmmmmmwmmmmmmMMi j YOUNG MEN'S COLLEGE CLOTHES College men demand style and they get quality as well in our new Fall Clothes designed for young men. In college circles style is the thing. It docs not become faddish but it must be individual swagger and keen. Plenty of such Suits and Over- coats here. They pass the style test of the wide-awake dressers; they pass the quality test of men who know fabric and tailoring. Popular blues and greys in pop- ular styles; English lines in new designs; special models for young men. Kuppcnheimer Clothes and Kirsch' baum Clothes attractively priced S32.50 to $50.00 Cowboys Piny. Brcck-- ( Continued from page one) thing that stands in the way as is the case with the line. Kimbrough is showing his characteristic speed and running form and slwuld make a T. I. A. A. star this year. Dob Estes is also going to be in there to help carry the ball and...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 27 September 1924

i-(B Wj j? Simmons Brand r if Vol. IX. SIMMONS COLLEGE ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 27 1924. Number JI COWBOYS READY TO MEET BEARS AT FAIR PARK t-'tt -vrij ssfirT.TPTV GET j; BEAR V5fc BEAR STUDENT BODY ORGANIZES AT CHAPEL ON TUESDAY MORNING ELECT KIMBROUGH PRESI- DENT OF THE STUDENTS ' ASSEMBLY LEOTA KNIGHTJS SECRETARY Jim Ballow Qeorgo Foster Grace Horton and Helen Paxton Ohoson Pop Leaders. A eliulcnl's assembly was brought into csistencc Tuesday morning at the chapel period. Frank Kimbrough junior and captain of the football squad was elected president of the new organization. Miss Lcota Knight Mas made secretary and treas- urer by a-vote of the student body. In making the recommendation that such organization be formed President Sandefer stated that there were some matters that should be left up to the stu- dent body for adequate solutions. The president appointed Wendell Foreman a member of the claw of '25 as temporary chairman of the meeting until the proper officers coul...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 27 September 1924

THE SIMMONS BRAND tiff Simmons Brand g Published Weekly by the Simmons Press Club in the Interest of the Student Dody of Simmons College. Entered as eccond class matter June 22 1917 at the Postoffice at Abilene Texas. Subscription Price per year......$2.00 Member of the Texas Inter-Collegiate Press Association. Office: First Floor Science Building. Published Each Saturday Morning. NELSON HUTTO Editor-in-Chief JOE JACKSON Business Manager Staff Rporters this Week: Lota Clyde Head Verna Smith Charles Miller Bill Swaflord and Jim Ballcw. Other Reporters'. Violet Willis Annie Taggart Bill Smith and Vera Bryant. BRAND ADVERTISERS We are going to make' an appeal for the students of Simmons to stand by their friends. (And we are not able to leave off the additional Matcmcnt that anyone who docs not stand by his friends is a hopeless piece of humanity.) But as we were saying there is a certain class of men In Abilene whq are the friends of Simmons and the friends of every student in Simmons...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 27 September 1924

THE SIMMONS BRAND t . MORE ABOUT BEARS FROM WACO WRITER Wncp Texas Sept 23. Prospects for the Daylor backficld nrc very bptfmistlc and after Bridges picks his regular four there will he a formidable array for re serves. At the halves and fullback positions a number of stars arc available led by Cap tain Ralph Pittman of DeLcon. It was Pittman's sensational kicking that was such u largo factor In giving the mediocre Day lor tcatn last year such a successful sea- son. He was the best punter in the con- ference and is due for his greatest season this year. Bcnnie Strickland who earned four let' tcrs in his sophomore year at Baylor looks better than ever this year. Bennie'a show- ing last season was vcryl poor compared with his capabilities but at that he turned in a good record. Half of his fighting is his fighting heart in the game more than ever before Strickland is due to come through with flying colors. He will have to fight for his position this season and he will not only face hu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 27 September 1924

rflr' mmmimmmmm W'fWf)WTWTTv THE SIMMONS BRAND fr mimimbw New Fall Coats OF LATEST VOGUE Fall Coats nnd Wraps Kcncriilly clin to slenderized lines but in their designing ninny new fentures arc in evidenee. There's n clever sleeve trentment; there's the slight- ly loose upper section; there's the bordered edge nnd the touches of fur. All these ten- dencies ndd distinction nnd make these Fall Coats the smnrtcst in ninny n season and more than ever desirable. The new Plaid Top Coats three-quarter nnd seven-eighths lengths nrc in high favor J'or sports wear youthful becoming models and many of them fur-trimmed. Fall Coats nnd Wraps $18.00 upward to $95.00 T AHUm'i Fmritt mr I Sluppl't Flttt Uanwoeus qUAUTY-M value -serwce SIMMONS FLOAT ONE OF MOST BEAUTIFUL IN THE FAIR PARADE Simmons jilaycd a quite Important part In the West Texas Fair parade of Mon- day afternoon. The Simmons College Cow- boy band led the procession being pre- ceded only by the Abilene Fire Department fire trucks. The...

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

-! rwUQlf U n.ffpwi &? Simmons Brand Vol IX. SIMMONS COLLEGE ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY OCTOBER 4 1924. Number 4 WWjprT ''"Jsffwn' i OssNNi Jf9 I'. 1925 BRONCO MANAGERS START DRIVE IN CHAPEL WEDNESDAY QUEEN RACE OPENS WITH LOIS RIDDLE AND THELMA DAVIS RUNNING MANY OTHERS EXPECTED BY THE END OF THE WEEK. The subscription for this 1925 Bronco under the direction of Clyde Beasley and James Ballcw was started in chapel with a. number of speeches Wednesday morning and the College Queen race a feature of every year's activities in the college was opened Immediately after the chapel was dismissed. Up to eleven o'clock' Thursday only one nominee had been officially turn- ed in according to the editor Clyde Bcas- ley but two others were expected during the day. Miss Thclma Davis was chosen by the Senior class as a representative to be supported by them. Miss Riddle was the choice of the Junior class. The Fresh- men and other organizations were meet- ing the last of this week to put out candi...

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

THE SIMMONS BRAND IttieSimmansBrnnrt v$ Published Weck'y by the Simmons Press Club In the Interest of the Student Body of Simmons College. Entcrtd as second class matter June 22 1917 nt the Postofflcc at Abilcric Texas. Subscription Price per year $2.00 i i i Member of the Texas Inter-Collegiate Press Association. Office: First Floor Science Building. Published Each Saturday Morning. NELSON HUTTO Editor-in-Chief JOE JACKSON' Business Manager Staff T tilers'. Lota Cl)dc Head Otis Carter Vcnia Smith Raymond Morrow Dill SwafTord Charles Miller Reporters for This .Issue: Leonard Lynch Jbycc Clcmmcr Bill Smith Annfo Taggart G. B. Marshall Vera Bryant Chamberlain Bounds' Ruby Crab- tree Violet Willis and Jjm E. Black. OUR PEP The pep and loyalty of the Simmons student body was all that could have been expected in the West Texas Fair grand- stand last Saturday afternoon as the fight- ing Cowboys battled the powerful Baylor Bears to a close score and only allowed a victory to their Opponent...

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

THE SIMMONS BRAND CLASS OFFICERS GIVEN ' AN INFORMAL BANQUET DR. BOONE MRS. BOOTH AND B. S. U. PRESDDENT ALSO ATTEND. The officer of the Uercan and Fidclls Sunday School Classes along with Dr. Jos- eph P. Hoone slate IJ. S. U. secretary Mrs M. J. Booth religious director of Simmons Colcgc and Edgar Goodnight president of tho Simmons 11. S. U. were entertained with an Informal banquet at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. Luther Webb on Hickory Street Monday evening the purpose of which was to hold round table discussions af plans concerning the organ- izations and functions of the two young people's classes of College Heights Baptist Church. Miss Harriet. Gatlirt teacher of the Fidclis class on being informally Intro' duccd by Miss Cora Cooch president of the class led the discussion. Each of the officers presented plans pertaining to their own duties as officers and discussion fo' (owed. Ucv. Powell pastor was present and presented some excellent ideas. After the dinner composed of fruit sal...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 4 October 1924

THE SIMMONS BHANI) ;mmmmmie w i vt. New Fall Suits for Young Men Suits with every featuro that qualifies for distinc- tion and smartness models with easy-fitting frco drape or closo-fitting models if you like the trim- mer offcct. You'll find good stylo nnd good taste happily blended in these Pall models. You'll find good fabrics and good tailor- ing there as well. These arc the qualities that make an in- vestment in good appearance. And now come in and look over these new Fall Suits. You'll sco a rare exhibit of the foremost clothes from the world's largest makers of fine clothing. $32.50 $35.00 $37.50 $42.50 to $50.00 OUAUTY-JvAWe -SBfiVce TENDERFEET BATTLE EASTLAND A 6-6 TIE BOTH TEAMS SCORE IN THIRD QUARTER AND FAIL AT EXTRA POINT. POPES ELECT OFFICERS AT LAST FRIDAY'S MEET B. S. U. CONVENTION BE HELD IN AUSTIN NOV. 2 A pep meeting for the Cowboys was held at the beginning of tlic Pope meeting Fri- day followed by an interesting program; and election of officers. The pep leaders...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 11 October 1924

TrKr"- v fr? Simmons Braii Vol. IX. SIMMONS COLLEGE ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY OCTOBER 11 1924 Number 5 RECITAL DRAWS BIG CROWD MONDAY EVE. MISS HOBGOOD'S PRESENTATION OP "LIGHTNIN' " DELIGHTS THE AUDIENCE. WAS ORIGINAL ARRANGEMENT Rich Humor of Play Keeps Audience In Great Humor During the Entire Evening. Miss Olivia Hobgood head of the exprcslon department of Simmons presented "Llghtnln" by Frank Ba- con to a crowd of over seven hundred In the Abilene Hall auditorium Mon- day evening beginning at eight o'clock. This was tho first faculty recital of the year. t The story was one full pf rich hu- mor and the presentation of Miss Hobgood was delightful. ( Members of tho audience mnnjr of which were peo- ple from town were delighted with the program as evidence by their at- tention and the favorable comment after the recital. Miss Hobgood is a master at tho art of holding her aud- ience and Monday night's program was no exception. At the introduction a brief sketch of tho life of tho auth...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 11 October 1924

THE SIMMONS BRAND Published Weekly by the Simmons Press Club in the Interest of the Student Dody of Simmons College. Entered as second class matter Juno 22 1917 at the Postoffice at Abilene Texas. Subscription Price per year $2.00 Member of the Texas Inter-Collegiate Press Association. Office: First Floor Science Building. Published Each Saturday Morning. NELSON IIUTTO Editor-in-Chief . thnt several (ofj.thc lending debntors were lost last yir by graduation and new ones are needed to take their places in the council. The council en- deavors to keep a number of men trained sufficiently to bo a credit to any college debating team nt all times. In the past Simmons has had an exceptionally good record in debating and Inter-Collegiate debating. Shall wo mar this record? SENIOR RINGS. JOE JACKSON Business Manager EARLY JOINER Circulation Manager Staff Writers'. Lota Clyde Head Otis Carter Verna Smith Raymond Morrgw Bill Swoflord Charles Miller At last the classes of Simmons Col- lege have...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 11 October 1924

i '"fWt" ' " " r-TWTr)-V'W"- -" 1- l ! n''- THE SIMMONS BRAND ;.'- '. '. Cowboys Practicing Hard for Horned - Frogs CRIPPLED TEAM MENDING FOR T. C. U. BATTLE SATURDAY WEEK After playing the two hardest Barnes of the season wlthirt six days of each other at tho opening of the season the Cowboy squad returned to Parramore field Monday and start- ed out on a two weeks stretch of training before they meet their third formidable foe tho Texas Christian Horned Frogs xn the home field Sat- urday October 18. Injuries that have crippled tho Simmons line-up almost beyond recognition will have a chance to heal on account of the open date this week end at the same time Coach Shotwell and Llnc-coach Payne will have a chance to iron out tho rough spots In tho machine and havo a smoothly working aggregation to meet tho T.C.U. warlors. When the Cowboys trot out Sat- urday week It will be the first time this year they have appeared on Par- ramore field. It will be tho second tlmo this season that th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 11 October 1924

iSSmmmSmmmmlm wwipQjrif0Wi4&!Wii!irfy n wfcim'nwx "' 'v w'iyir -irt'Bwvi "iwp! THE SIMMONS BRAND Lvbilcnc Loafs But Takes Game 1 I.Vn. Ill CIr.I If. V.M.... BnBo?;jiK;jitwjiiwjii.wiit.wjia;iiiw)iiv;mu.)ii.wjii.v;.)iKiitwiiiwjiiwiiiw)iiuiiiwji1w)iiv;;iiuiiiu sni!fou?tu!nsff fflflWffifflOOTDC v BamatCfflMlffltWftMWgHffl ' r t Afeu? a 5izzfe for Young Men Suits with every feature that qualifies for distinc- tion and smartness modols with cosy-fitting free drapo or closo-fitting models if you liko the trim- mer effect. You'll find good style and good taste happily blended in these Fall models. You'll find good fabrics and good tailor- ing there as well. These arc the qualities that mako an in- vestment in good appearance. And now1 come in and look over these new Fall Suits You'll sec a rare exhibit of the foremost clothes from the world's largest makers of fine clothing. $32.60 $35.00 $37.50 $42.50 to $50.00 T AHUnfl Fmrttl janwoea rcS QUALITY-M VWE SERWC fWffli7YriiTOI7ffli7myfflf?...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 18 October 1924

TF"5t -j" C ffl? Simmons Braiii f I It II. W i Vol. IX. SIMMONS COLLEGE ABILENE TEXAS. SATURDAY OCTOBER 10 1924. Number 6 CHORAL CLUB TO GIVE I ORATORIO IN DECEMBER "THE APOSTLE PAUL" DE GIVEN; BOOKS ARE ALREADY ORDERED. ' According to Mr. H. Grndv Harlan of tho voko department the prospects i for tho Choral Club are very promis- ing. Tho name "Simmons Chornll Club" has been chosen. The club is composed of about one hundred voices under tho experienced directorship of Mr. Harlan with Mr. Ralph Allen as accompanist. That activities have already begun is evident by tho fact that a committee on officers has b'ecn appointed and that rehersals will start next week. The oratorio "The Apostle Paul" has been selected and books ordered. This will be rendered sometime in Decem- ber probably tho fifteenth. Tho success of the Simmons Choral Club will mean much to Simmons Col- lege the Fine Arts Department in particular. It is an advertisement of the highest typo and puts tho nesthetic side of c...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 18 October 1924

THE SIMMONS BRAND INieSitnmonsBrnnd " Published Weekly by the Simmons Press Club in the Interest of the Student Dody of Simmons College. Entered as second class matter June 22 1917 at the Fostofficc at Abilene Texas. Subscription Price per ycar..i$2.00 Member of the Texas Intcr-Collegiato Press Association. Office: First Flooi Science Building. Published Each Saturday Morning. NELSON HUTTO Editor-in-Chief JOE JACKSON Business Manager EARLY JOINER Circulation Manager Staff Reporters: Lota Clyde Head Raymond Morrow KOLLEGE KOMMENTS Otis Carter Verna Smith Buell Cnrdwcll Bill Swafford Charles Miller Roscoe Luttrcll Reporters for this Issue: Chamberlain Bounds Ruby Roun- tree Annie Tnggart Violet Willis Joyce Clemmer Elizabeth Bazcr Con- way Craig Jim E. Black and Naomi Hatton. TO KILL SCHOOL SPIRIT 1. Don't get into activities. 2. If you do come come late. 3. If the weather doesn't suit do not think of coming. 4. Pind fault with the officers or committees in their work. 5. Never accept...

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