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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 18 October 1924

THE SIMMONS BRAND A DECIDE HAVE SWEATERS FOR FINE ARTS SENIORS COMMITTEE OUT AT PRESENT TIME TO SELECT DESIGNS. Sweaters' will bo worn by Flno Arts Seniors this year. The designs havo not been decided upon definitely but in the lnst meeting of the Music Club n standardised sweater1 of white with emblem of purple and gold to repre- sent each department In the Fine Arts College was suggested. Permission for the Fine Arts Sen- iors to havo sweaters was granted in the last meeting of tho Flno Arts Faculty nt tho suggestion of Dean Anderson who presided over tho meet- ing. The Music Club which consists of all the music students and holds its meetings the first Thursday night in every month brought up the question of senior sweaters in their meeting this month and Miss Edna Mario Jones and Miss Lois Riddle wore ap- pointed as n committee to secure de- signs for these sweaters. From infor- mation that they have secured from the students and tho heads of the dif- ferent departments it scorn...

Publication Title: Simmons Brand, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 18 October 1924

TilE SIMMONS BRAND AHhmt' Amnrt X Uanwoeus m QUAUTY-Jf VALUF -SEWCG GOING OUT OF BUSINESS SALE STARTS THURSDAY OCTOBER 16TH A Bargain Sensation that will Sweep the City from end to end and bring the most remarkable buying chances of the year. Avail yourself of the unusual savings. FIFTY TO ATTEND B.S.U. CONVENTION FROM HERE WILL LEAVE WITH MISS LOYD MR. RICHARDSON AND MRS. BOOTH. OTflJfl0m(MWIM!WCKl!ffl!iaM8()IVBa5C1fJ)CDnifR Cowboys Clash With T.C.U (Cniiliniird (mm page one.) which it is expected he will uso against Simmons. After a seemingly endless shift of men during the last two weeks in or- der to develop all promising material Coaches Shotwell and Payne have fin- ally selected a probable line-up for today's game with one or two places still doubtful. Kimbrough Estes Wooten and Wright will make up Shotwell's quartet of ball toters. Wright who is new at the full posi- tion has showed improvement since the Austin game and is rapidly devel- oping into a backfield man. He and Kim...

Publication Title: Simmons Brand, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 25 October 1924

h? Simmons Brand r Vol. IX. SIMMONS COLLEGE ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY OCTOBER 25 1924 Number 7 it- COWBOYS LEAVE TO PLAY CANYON TODAY COACHES TAKE SEVENTEEN MEN ALONG TO MEET THE BUFFALOES. WILL BE SECOND T.I.A.A. GAME Coach Burton lias Sixteen Letter Men Back to Face The Cowboys. Coaches Shotwcll and Payne left with seventeen men Thursday night bound for Canyon where they "will take on the powerful Northwest State Teachers' College' Buffalbcs Saturday in the second T.I.A.A. game of the season. They will reach their des- tination about noon Friday and will get a night's rest at tho sceno of the conflict before they meet Coach Bur- ton's eleven. One til the hardest gamds on the entire schedule is expected by the Cowboys Saturday. The Buffaloes have sixteen letter men back this year as compared with the six that returned to the Simmons camp and it will be remembered that last year the Buffaloes had one of tho strang- est teams in the association. A fight- ing spirit -will be added to thi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 25 October 1924

""K-rSyy" yv-j- ff THE SIMMONS BRAND nr10" '" pwiJ wrFF"ww H SimmonsBranA $ 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......82.00 Member of the Texas Intcr-Collcgiate Press Association. Office: First Flooi Science Building. Published Each Saturday Morning. NELSON IIUTTO Editor-in-Chief JOE JACKSON Business Manager EARLY JOINER Circulation Manager Staff Reporters: Lota Clyde Head Raymond Morrow Otis Carter Bill SwafTord Verna Smith . Charles Miller Buell Cardwell Roscoc Luttrcll Reporters for this Issue: Ruby Rountree Annie Taggart Robert Harvey Violet Willis Joyce Clommcr Leonard Lynch Vera Bry- ant Lawrence Fitzgerald Naomi Hatton Conway Craig Jirtt E. Black G. B. Marshall Rolfe Barnard and Grace Horton. ' THE DIRECTORY. Every Simmons student who has not doho so should sign one of the in- formation cards in the office at...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 25 October 1924

h iiiiigBiiilw mwww"W"HWBWW)"BP WUIil'i;M!ipi'lPPHplipwpyTMlqwj "fjyi'T"iH'i1 '" vwf'fw vr''tw'rwiTyif"lywiii""i''''"i"'f"iii'ffiiyw'ivi'w''-T" r vroT'rffnri THE SIMMONS BRAND A'f POPES PLAN TO HAVE PROGRAMS BY CLASSES Tho Popes announced in tho joint meeting of tho Clios nnd Popes that they were to have four class pro grams; that is tho freshmen sopho- mores juniors nnd seniors arc each to havo chnrgo of a program. Tho Freshmen are to havo chnrgo of tho program for October 24th. Much competition 13 being manifest in plan- ning these programs. Lawrence Fitzgerald mado a very interesting talk on "Who we arc; where wo arc; and whore wo aro going." lie brought oUt tho fact that tho Popes and Clios were loyal Sim- monitcs society members nnd faith- ful boosters for the Cowboys and tho Clio debaters. Mr. Sam Morris then told what tho good qualities of n so- ciety person arc. His talk Was prac- tical and worth while. Miss Graco Pleasant rendered a piano solo which wns followed with some j...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 25 October 1924

RBjVPfwWpiPifJBwBpp THE SIMMONS BRAND i sfrs" ffl ffl k HEN'S SHOES SEE-PRICED Men's $14.50 Stacy-Adams Shoes 811.85 Men's $13.50 Stacy-Adoms Shoes t $10.45 Men's $11.50 Packard Shoes . $9.45 Men's $11.00 Packard Shoes u $8.95 Men's $10.00 Packard Shoes.:.... . $8.15 Men's $8.50 Standard Grade Shoes ;. $7.45 Men's $7.50 Standard Grade. Shoes.- . $6.45 Men's $6.00 Standard Grade Shoes.... $4.85 Men's $5.00 Standard Grade Shoes $3.95 Men's $3.50 Standard Grade Shoes $2.95 ffl ffl m QUALITY-M VALUE -SERWCG INTEREST CENTERS ON GRID THIS WEEK END MANY GAMES OP CONSEQUENCE IN THE CONFERENCE AND T. L A. A. Cowboys Lose Hard Fourth Game to T.C.U. (Continued from page one) through center. Bounds punts 20 yards out of bounds. Taylor failed to gain at left tackle Honey made 3 yards around right. end and Cantrcll 3 at center. Clark punts 20 yards out of bound placing the ball on the 26 yard line. Estes was unable to gain at left tackle but car- ried the ball through center for 1 yard. Bounds pu...

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

'Ww'.u i iiymwiHWI tpyl'tf"'Wlp"pWJ'JW'iiPWMimwiitipi"mi'i...rwnm;)n mnn iiftiyupvo''- iiw ITJ Simmons iratMi Y : - Vol. IX. SIMMONS COLLEGE ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY NOVEMBER 1 1921 Number 0 -wifpi I I . Cowboys Beat Hill Billies in Third T. I. A. COWBOYS LOSE TO CANYON IN SECOND T. L A. A. CONTEST 12-6 SIMMONS TEAM LOOKS GOOD FOR WIN IN FIRST QUARTER BUT ARE UNABLE TO HOLD FORM AS THE GAME PROGRESSES Playing their opponents off their feet in tho first quarter the Simmons Cowboys reversed their form in the latter stages of the game and dropped the second T.I.A.A. contest of the season to the West Texas Normal Buffaloes at Canyon Saturday by n 12-0 count. Entering the game with- out the services of two crippled reg- ulars the Cowboys started out with a fighting spirit that threw a wrench into the Buffalo machine but the overwhelming weight of the Normnl- ites seemed to tell as the gamo pro- gressed and they held the Simmons warriors at bay after they took the lead. The Cowboys started ...

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

THE SIMMONS BRAND Up5mraansBmml " Published V.'eekly by the Simmon Press Club in the Interest of the Student Body of Simmons College. Entered as second class matter Juno 22 1917 at the Postoffice at Abilene Texas. J Subscription Price per yenr....$2.00 Member of the Texas Inter-Collegiate 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 Otis Carter Bill Swafford Verna Smith Charles Miller Buell Cardwcll Roscoe Luttrcll Reporters for this Issue: Annie Taggart Ruby Rountree Vera Bryant Conway Craig Bill Smith G. B. Marshall Violet Willis and Leonard Lynch. CLIPPINGS FROM THE PAST MUTUAL AID ASSOCIATION. . The Simmons Aid Association is getting under way. A number of policies were sold this week and the classes of the college arc voting to back the movement We feel that every student in Simmons should real--i...

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

SpvSrPiSw- ' THE SIMMONS BRAND POLICIES SOLD IN ' SIMMONS MUTUAL AID ASSOCIATION In order to build up tho endowment and loan funds of Simmons College nnd nt tho same time give to its mem- bers cheap and adequate life insurance protection tho Simmons Mutual Aid Association is being organized. Mr. Sam Malone Alumni Field Secretary for Simmons is organizing this asso- ciation. Mr. Malono graduated from Simmons in 1021 and from Baptist Theological Seminary In 1924. He started out this week with this new organization. As soon as the appli- cation membership reaches two hun- dred the first policies will be issued. Tho first policy was sold to Pres- ident Sandefer. Up to tho present time there has been sold about twen- ty policies. The Junior class Monday night voted tp como Into the Associa- tion as a class. Tho class president and officors are actively engaged In cnlistihg members in the association. The Seniors have also voted to back the movement. The Simmons Mutual Aid Associa tion na...

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

wi Wl THE SIMMONS BRAND SIMMONS CLUB AT TEXAS UNIVERSITY CHOOSES OFFICERS Cowboys Beat Hill Billies (Continued from page one) By Homer II. Hutto former Brand editor. Austin Texas October 30. Nine of the twenty-three former Simmons College students now attending the University of Texas were present at the initial meeting of tho Simmons Club held at the homo of Mrs. Mamie Barnes Saturday night for the pur- pose of electing officers. Charles Strickland a member of the class of 1910 and now a candidate for a Mas- ter of Arts degree from the Univer- sity was elected president. Other of- ficers elected were: Forney Nowlin '23 vice-president Mrs. Mamie Barnes '23 sec-tres. and Homer II. Hutto '23 press reporter. Tho club plans to give tho Simmona representatives to the B.S.U. Conven- tion here October 31 to November 2 a warm reception and will assist in entertaining them x by giving an in- formal party. A committee of five headed by Mrs. Barnes was appointed to receive and entertain tne ae...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 8 November 1924

W'M'!'pSSsSRPiSPiBiMi'wnii;iMwii.M '$tW Vol. IX. SIMMONS COLLEGE ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY NOVEMBER 0 1924 Number 9 wimj"jmhimhJ"jIw mtn v:' (fS 1aYk - 7foJk J8l FIFTH CONVENTION OF B. S. U GREAT SUCCESS SIMMONS HAS THIRD LARGEST DELEGATION AT THE CONVENTION 650 DELEGATES ARE PRESENT Crowd Gets Royal Entertainment At Austin; Simmons Club Gives Party. Simmons College had the third lar- gest delegation at the fifth annual Baptist Student Union Convention of Texas which met in the University Baptist Church at Austin under the auspices of the Texas University Oc- tober 31- November 2nd with more than six hundred and fifty delegates present. Thirty-five colleges and uni- versities were represented. Professor Richardson conducted one of the ten discussions groups Friday morning and Mrs. Booth field sec- retary for Simmons had charge of the conference Sunday morning on the "Organized Bible Class." Pro- fessor Richardson was also chairman of the Committee on Resolutions. The Simmons Club of th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 8 November 1924

THE SIMMONS BRAND 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 PostolTlce at Abilene Texas. Subscription Price per year $2.00 Member of the Texas Inter-Collegiate Prcs 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 Otis Carter Bill Swafford Verna Smith Charles Miller Buell Cardwell Roscoe Luttrcll Reporters for this Issue: Chamberlain Bounds Ruby Rouh- tree Annie Taggart Joyce Clemmer Phlnis McBeth Vera Bryant Bell Smith Leonard Lynch Conway Craig Robert Harvey and Violet Willis. "DAMMIT HE'S DEAD" BUT WHY PROFANE HIS NAME Very few if any Simmons students believe that it is possible to converse With the spirits of the dead. But time and time again have Simmbns stu- dents been heard apparently trying to call...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 8 November 1924

THE SIMMONS BRAND MANY ADDRESSES OF INSPIRATION GIVEN AT B.S.U. CONVENTION POPE-CLIOS MEET IN JOINT SESSION FRIDAY In discussing "Present Conditions In the Intellectual Field" Dr. W. J McGlothlln President of Furmnn Uni- versity Greenville South Cnrollnn nt the B.S.U. Convention nt Austin snld "Mnn in tneso latter yonra hns turned to n material world. Could wo esti- mate tho amount of thinking which human beings put on matter it would represent the greater part of all thinking." Ho said in this material- istic age which was largely n scientif- ic ago also that the human mind is not satisfied Until every test of truth or falsity has been tried. He also said "To know that you know whnt you know nnd to know that you do not know what you do not know is tho height of wisdom." In view of theso problems presented by such nn age ho gave three main points to young Christians: 1 Live n. beautiful Christian life n lifo that will reflect Christ; 2. Engage in thorough think- ing be" able to dist...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 8 November 1924

p -- A the Simmons brand It WE ARE SHOWING A BEAUTIFUL LINE OF FINE STATIONERY SCHOOL SUPPLIES MEMORY AND PHOTO BOOKS IRVING-PITT RING BOOKS Wc Invite You to Visit Our Store. ABILENE PRINTING & STATIONERY CO. 1069 North Second Street Wc Print the Brand and the Bronco. JUNIORS VOTE TO ADOPT THE UNIVERSITY STYLES DECIDE ON FINE ARTS PINS AND SWEATERS The Fine Art students meet Tues- day afternoon at 3 o'clock in the chap- el to decide on pins and sweaters for the department. Both the pins and sweaters were standardized. The pins arc very at- tractive set with pearls nnd will show the standing of the wearer whether a junior sophomore or freshmen in the department. The sweaters are white with em- blems 'of class color. The Seniors of the department will have added to their emblem a minature violin piano or what they are graduating; in. o Gowboys Clash With Denton .Eagles Friday (Continued from page one) injuries have partially healed in the last few days. Sam Morris Brooks and Estes...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 15 November 1924

ON TO BROWNWOOD t STte Simmons Brand 'ri " AST t r r-9 I. Vol. IX. SIMMONS COLLEGE ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY NOVEMBER 15 1921 NtimDbr 10 fZiS I- COWBOYS DROP GAME TO DENTON ON FRIDAY EAGLES USE THREE MEN ON COWBOY ENDS AND CIRCLE WINGS GAME ENDS WITH SCORE 12-7 Kimbrough Hits Line Repeatedly In. Last: Pbbsos to Wootcn For The Touchdowp. The Simmons Cowboys encountered nnothor reverse at Denton last Friday when they met the North Texas State College Eagles in the fourth T. I. A. A. game of the season and were awarded the little end of a 12-7 score. Simmons was doped the equal if not the peer of the Teachers but Was unable tb register a victory. The Eagles gained their ground to a large extent on end runs. The use of two of the fastest men in the state in their backfield made a long sleeping end run possiblo and they used it to a great extent. They used a formation which put three' men on the Simmons end and made tho play difficult to stop. They registered both touchdowns by norrow margi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 15 November 1924

THE SIMMONS BRAND - ) fflie jRtntnohaBrnml Published Weekly by iho Simmons Press Club in the Interest of the Student Dody of Simmons College. Entered ns second class matter June 22 1917 At the Postofficc at Abilene Texas. Subscription Price per year..$2.00 protect them; their success lies whol- ly with you. They cannot afford to lose money in publishing the book The result is they nro limited In the cinss of annual they can put out if sales run low. If every student in Simmons would .buy n Bronco they could be sold nt'three dollars and be the best book ever put out. Think of itl Member of the Texas Inter-Collegiate Press Association. i Office: First FIooi Science Duilding. Published Each Saturday Morning. NELSON HUTTO Editor-in-Chief JOE JACKSON Business Manager EARLY JOINER Circulation Manager Staff Reporters: Lota Clyde Head Raymond Morrow Otis Carter Bill Swafford Verna Smith Charles Miller Buell Cardwell Roscoe LuttrelL ReDorters for this Issue: Violet Willis Annie Faggart Ruby ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 15 November 1924

A THE SIMMONS BRAND " i i Vb !. wj . .v.. sMt . 51 o d " Si i Mischa Elman world famous V iolinist who will nppcnr on the Sim- mons artist course here in January. Elman is ranking a tour of America this year with three other fnmous violinists. HIbEe. PH BBi BH ok. J bVbWB) R .m bbbHbt V H bbbt'v v VH BmbTbhIbWbmBsV BmBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBIW . HIIbHVM i Gay MacLnrcn the astonishing dramatic reader will close the Sim- mons Lyceum course early in March. It is said that Miss Mac- Lnrcn enn see a play thlee times and reproduce it in every dctnil. CLIPPINGS FROM THE PAST ROUND TABLE GIVES PARTY TO FACULTY The party on Fridny evening at the home of Mr. arid Mrs. Rupert Rich- ardson on Ambler Avenue wns the scene of n distinctive affair when the members of the Simmons Round Table had ns their guest the faculty of Simmons Collgge. The color scheme of red and white was suggested and carried out through the party by loses. The eve- ning pnssed rapidly playing old time frames and with the members...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 15 November 1924

THE SIMMONS BRAND otmotwhiIbSS '! i New Shipment of Dressy ffl Footwear ( t v I II I I GOING OUT OF BUSINESS The Sale of Abundant Savings. Everything at a Reduced Price THE CLOSING OUT OP THIS STOCK OF QUALITY MERCHANDISE BRINGS TO EVERYONE WITHIN REACH OF THE STORE AN UNRIVALLED OPPORTUNITY FOR SAVING ON THE PURCHASE OF WINTER GOODS. AND THIS OPPORTUNITY IS ALL THE MORE REMARKABLE BECAUSE OF THE TIMELINESS OF ITS GOIYUNG JUST AT WINTER'S FIRST APPROACH. WHEN EVERYHING' OFFERED CAN BE USED TO BEST ADVANTAGE; WHEN STOCKS ARE NEW AND COMPLETE AND ASSORTMENTS ARE AT THEIR BEST. A STORE-WIDE SELLING IN WHICH ALL CAN PARTICIPATE TO THEHt GREAT ADVANTAGE IN SAV- INGS AND SATISFACTION. QUAUTYJvALUE -SEWCC HOWARD PAYNE HAS HIGHEST STANDING IN THE ASSOCIATION SERENADERS GO ON TOUR MONDAY NIGHT From Jast Friday and Saturday's games the T. I. A. A standing takes on a different attitude Under tho eyes of the T. I. A. A. fans of Tetfas. Howard Payne's victory ovbr Aus- tin College makes the coac...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 22 November 1924

!JWP'W'P!WpJJ rfiW1ff -"whyi?! ...-y-(rT!.r.WTs1''" "T'rtW"-v'4(flrii(yiJyijjrJflWJB ON TO BROWNWOOD! WE WON'T BE BEAT Sflj ? Simmons Brand r-. .'l2i jb Vol. IX. SIMMONS COLLEGE ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY NOVEMBER 22 1924 Number 11 "1 lllfpjilpipwwfpffpw II It IP COWBOYS TRAMPLE TIGERS IN BATTLE HERE SATURDAY 28-7 COMPLETELY OUTPLAY VISIT- ORS AND GAME IS NEVER IN DOUBT KIMBROUGH BACK IN GAME Tigers Foil Before Fierce Line Attack and Unable to Pre- sent Offense By playing better football through- out the four periods of the game staged on Parramoro field with tho Trinity University Tigers last Sat- urday the Simmons Cowboys were able to stack up a 28 to 7 scoro on the eleven from Wnxahnchlc. Skill and . superior hcadwork on the part of the Simmons men offset the ad- vantages of tho Tigers' heavy squad and little difficulty was oxpcricnccd by Shotwell and Pnync's gridsters in making considerable gains when need- ed. . Smarting from defeats administer- ed by strong teams this season the C...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 22 November 1924

PnWijii'i'ynqpwpHMiwtftwiuiii. Jiiiwnyiiu j WljpWBjgwiinunmjH-i7aBpppwHW4' 'mm' wmHPHWWpwWiPjiWjBp THE SIMMONS BRAND PWi4iel 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 Postoftice at Abilene Texas. Subscription Price per year $2.00 Member of the Texas Inter-Collegiate 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 Otis Carter Bill Stafford Verna Smith Charles Miller Buell Cardwcll Roscoe Luttrell Reporters for this Issue: Violet Willis Annie Faggart Ruby Rountrec G. B. Marshall Joyce Clcm- Hdtton J. A. 'Holt and Leonard Lynch. TO VICTORY All minds are centered on one thing now the Thanksgiving game with Howard Payne. It is the talk of the campus the dormitories even the town. This game is an annual'affair. The...

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