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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 17 January 1925

THE SIMMONS BRAND 1 ( f 1 ' ! f J ' V. PRESIDENT'S STATEMENT ABOUT THE ENDOWMENT PRESIDENT SANDEFER GIVES PUBLIC WbRd ABOUT CAMPAIGN. fol- Presldent Sandefor mado tho lowing statement several days ngo concerning tho endowment campaign which statement ho Issued for tho press. Tho Brand is not tho only publication to carry this word from tho president. "This is an occasion for rejoicing and thanksgiving on tho part of tho friends of Simmons College every- where that our friends in Abilene and a few beyond Abilene have made It possible for us to raise two hundred dollars in cash and legally valid sub- scriptions to tho end that tho Educa- tion Board of New York give Us one hundred thousand dollars thus sup- plementing our endowment at Sim- mons to tho extent of thrco hundred thousand dollars. "It is but fair to all concerned to say that our local Baptist people in Abilene contributed by far tho great- est percentage of these subscriptions. They have dono this in spito of the fact that ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 17 January 1925

THE SIMMONS BRAND r &$m ffl CAMPBELL'S Final Close -Out A "BROADSIDE OF BARGAINS" FROM EVERY DEPARTMENT A Selling Event Eclipsing All Previous Efforts at Value Giving I QUAUTY-M VALUB -SnWC PROFESSOR ANDERSON'S CONDITION IMPROVING IS SLOWLY RECOVERING FROM AN ATTACK OF SCIATICA. Cowboys Win Two Games (Continued from paga ono) ason and Aker 2 Duncan 1. Personal fouls: Foreman Foster Kimbrough 2 Pennington 8 Aker. Second Game. In the most thrilling comeback ever seen in the Marston gymnasium the Cowboys brought the score from 31-20 to a 33-33 tio as the gun ended Tues- day's game and in the fivo minutes that was extended to play off the tic took tho victory into their hands al- lowing only one more scoro on the part of tho visitors. Although Hull's field goal made the initial score of the game tho second contest was largely a repetition of tho first in that tho Teachers took tho lead in the opening minutes. Tho rally of the Simmons team was much later Tues- day night however. With...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 24 January 1925

2Th v Stmmans Bomfl ; i '$ ' VOL. IX. SIMMONS COLLEGE ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY JANUARY 24 1925. Number 17 PLAY BE TIMES DURING NEXT WEEK "TOBACCO CRAZY" WRITTEN BY MISS HOBGOOD BE PRE- SENTED FOUR TIMES BEGINNING MONDAY EVENING IN OBSERVANCE OF DRAMA WEEK "Tobecccr Crazy" a olk.-lore drama of eastern Carolina farm llfo in three acts by Miss Olivia. Hobgood of Sim mons is to bo staged in the Simmons College auditorium at 8 o'clock Mon- day night Tuesday night Wednes- day night and Thursday night as a part of Abilcnc's celebration of Na- tional Drama Week. With Miss Mary Cooper.Mrs. Flora E. Barrow of McMurry College and Prof. Charles R. Brewer of Abilene Christian College in tho leading roles tho presentation of this play will bo tho means of promoting art in McMurry College Abilene Chris- tian College Simmons College and ( In Abilene as a whole. Arnold Cure- ton is playing the part of an ovor- grown' barefoot boy of fifteen and Miss Berta Edmonson that of a bare- foot girl. Thomas Pat...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 24 January 1925

THE SIMMONS BRAND IV wm wis Brand $ PuhM4iert Weekly by the Simmon PreM Club in tho Intemt of tie Student Body of Simmon College. Entered as second class matter June 22 1917 at the Potoffice at Abilene Texas. cription Price per year. $2.00 Member of the Texas Inter-Collegiate Press Association. (Mice: First Flooi Science Building. Published Each Saturday Morning. MARY FRANCES FUN AS YOU LIKE IT NELSON HUTTO Editor-in-Chief JOE JACKSON Business Manager EARLY JOINER Circulation Manager Otis D. Carter Managing Editor Merrel Lacy Associate Editor Charles Miller Sports Editor ISSUE EDITOR J. Roscoe Luttrcll. Reporters: Charles Miller Annie Taggart Merrel Lacey Lota Clyde Head Leonard Lynch Bill Swafford Otis Carter and Violet Willis. STUDENTS HELP OUT. Plans are being completed to make the coming summer quarter in Sim- mons College the greatest and most successful in history. On account of the increasing demand for work a strong faculty made up of the heads of the departments will in- st...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 24 January 1925

r !( iplJT"1 ""("wr " THE SIMMONS BRAND J SENIORS ENJOY S0CA1L AT THE JACKSON HOME DEBATERS ARE CHOSEN FOR PHILOS ON FRIDAY VACANCY IS FILLED IN DEBATING TEAM LOTA CLYDE HEAD TO BE MARY E DEEGATE -W"-V T T -- - "M" " SOCIABLE TIME FOLLOWS A SHOUT BUSINESS SESSION. About sixty seniors enjoyed a very interesting business meeting follow- ed by a social last Tuesday ovening at tho homo of Jod Jackson. The business session was made snappy and was mostly made up of "freak" motions and discussions to put tho members in a good humor after which Mr. Funk tho president reminded everyone that tho class dues wore in order to bo paid. Tho samplo of tho class pins -was passed around and Mr. Funk- called for orders for tho pins which order will be mado soon. All enjoyed tho many games which followed tho business and some got tho best end of tho bargain by work- ing in tho kitchen and taking their part and then some of the eats. During tho games most of tho. seniors mado Now Year's Resolutions. Tho...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 24 January 1925

I' Iff THE SIMMONS BRAND sssBsssBsaasasaEssss r m 55 CAMPBELL'S Final Close -Out A "BROADSIDE OP BARGAINS" FROM EVERY DEPARTMENT A Selling Event Eclipsing All Previous Efforts at Value Giving TO ISSUE BULLETIN FOR SUMMER SCHOOL SOON EXPECT ENROLLMENT TO DE LARGEST IN HISTORY OF SCHOOL BILL SWAFFORD MOST REPRESENTATIVE POPE ELECTED FOR BRONCO PAGE BY SOCIETY IN FRIDAY MEETING. I Play bo Given Hero Four Times During Noxi Week (Continued from page one) . interested In our problems or times and ourselves. "Tobacco Crazy" is a folk-lore drama that illustrates the change in type purpose and presentation of the drama and at the same time it is en- tertaining. On Monday night it is to bo presented for Simmons College. Then Tuesday night is to bo Abilene Christian Collego night and Wednes- day night is Abilene night. The last night Thursday is McMurry Collego night. St. Enwnrds Takes Game From Cowboys (Contlnned from pg one) Next Lyceum Number be Here Next Friday (Continued from page one) Vi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 31 January 1925

Ste Simmons Brand VOL. IX. SIMMONS COLLEGE ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY JANUARY 31 1925. Number 18 j6 KVi COWBOYS LOSE PERFECT RATING AT BROWNWOOD WIN TWO FROM DANIEL BAKER BUT LOSE TO HOWARD PAYNE NOW STAND 600 IN T. I. A. A. Ycllowjackcts Win Over Cowboys In Cane Contest First Time in Years. By being outplayed Thursday night in tho closing game of the series at Brownwood this week by tho How- ard Payne Ycllowjackets tho Sim- mons Cowboys were forced two games in tho rear of tho strong Howard Payno team. Simmons maintained her perfect T. I. A. A. rating in tho two games played with tho Daniel Baker quintet Monday and Tuesday nights by defeating this team in closely fought contests by a scoro of 31 to 29 the first night and 14 to 12 in tho second game. Howard Payno was the victor over tho Cowboys Wed- nesday night by pitching a foul goal in an extra five minutes period mak- ing the scoro 21 to 20 in tho Jackets' favor. Tho other game was won Thursday night by this Brownwood team in the ou...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 31 January 1925

THE SIMMONS BRAND fH5HmiMH-i Brand $ PuWWied Weekly by the Simmons Prese Clb k the Interest of the Student ' Bedy ol Simmons College. Entered as seeond class matter June 22 1917 at the PoMofflce at Abilene Texas. Subscription Price per year $2.00 Member of the Texas Inter-Collegiato Press Association. Of ice: First Flow Science Building. Published Each Saturday Morning. NELSON HUTTO Editorin-Chief JOE JACKSON Business Manager EARLY JOINER Circulation Manager Otis D. Carter Manaeine Editor Merrel Lacy-Associate Editor Charles Miller Sporta Editor Issue Editor. LEONARD LYNCH Reporters: Violet "Willis Charles Miller Annie Taggart Lota Clydo Head; Bill Swafford Verna Smith Otis Carter and Merrel Lacy. CRITICISM. Criticism is a subject that brings up many questions and disagreements. Some say '''criticize freely" because it is the basis of advancement; others say "don't criticize you couldn't do arty better' The differences no doubt lie to some extent in the definition of criticism. Cons...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 31 January 1925

w- r ' wfSrTH THE SIMMONS BRAND TENDERFEET WIN 3 NEW FILLING STATION rl - prm yrf MARY-E'S DEBATE AN IMPORTANT QUESTION OTHER SPECIAL NUMBERS FEA- TURE PROGRAM; MISS GOOCH IS HONORED. GAMES THIS WEEK GOING UP ON CORNER 2V i " -" "" . .. .""Jl.fi W..' 'l. ' :$&? fa - v. '. ny'i :"'.. y: ; .2:1 fr .. ' ' ' ''''' ' " ".. ;:.. ' . " ' (I'll" ' ;" ' . . DEFEAT ANSON TUSCOLA AND HAWLEY MONDAY TUESDAY AND THURSDAY IN GOOD GAMES. Tho Tcndcrfcot yon three games by large margins lost week over high school teams. Tho first was won from Anson High Monday evening by a 32 to 14 score. Tho second was from Tuscola High tho score being 21 to U. Thursday Hawley High was defeated 25 to 10. . Th6 Tcnderfeet are selected from tho basketball class in charge of Coach Shotwell. Theso games aro scheduled to givo practice to tho Tcn- derfeet some of whom will mako tho first string next year. Tho team has progressed rapidly and is showing good teamwork. Tho men showing "up well are: Boyd Cook Moore Hollin...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 31 January 1925

THE SIMMONS BRAND I ffl 1 CAMPBELL'S Final Close -Out A "BROADSIDE OF BARGAINS" FROM EVERY DEPARTMENT M ffl A Selling Event Eclipsing All Previous Efforts at Value Giving aT auiim-1 rmrttf S yf uampoeife QUALITY-i VALUB -SEnVC COWGIRLS CLASH WITH COMMERCE ON MONDAY EAST TEXAS TEAM LOST DENTON BY A 24-19 SCORE. TO BEGINS PLANS ON THE VALENTINE RECEPTION POPES PUT OUT COMMITTEE TO WORK UP ANNUAL . AFFAIR. Senior Finds the Benson. Proxy Cnmo o Simmons (Continued from page one) 'Tobnccer .Crazy" Proves Big Attraction (Continued from Pga one) nnother argument and President San- defer effectively answered it. Again the chairman asked them to pray with him. This continued until about four o'clock in the 'morning when Presi- dent Sandefer to his own surprise and amazement Baid: "I will take it if you will let mo go to bed." Heretofore his argument had been with tho trustees and he could an- swer them but now ho had to arguo with hjs conscience. Train time came without his getting "any sleep...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 7 February 1925

pgjtWTJ'.n.wj'illlipH'tfl.piJ!lWi ..N'JI' ' FliW'gpWpWipWp 2Fh? SiraraonaBnrafl VOL. IX. SIMMONS COLLEGE ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY February 7 1925. Numbef19 It I.. f F u I I ( t 6 i t r zifie Date or Simmons to Become a University TRUSTEES MAKE DECISION IN MEETING IIELD ON .TUESDAY Changing Name of Institution Made Possible by Added Endowment Simmons College will become "Sim- mons University" on June 1 1025 ac- cording to ruling made by the trus- tees Tuesday. This change in the name of the- institution is-in accord- ance with the plans which have been laid for several years and the recent endowment campaign which raised the endowment of the collcgo to a half million dollars. Diplomas issued this Juno to the Seniors going out will have on them "Simmons University" instead of Simmons Colloge. Though Simmons is now chartered as a college the au- thorities plan to have this charter changed by that date. For several years Simmons has been doing work equivalent to .many universities over th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 7 February 1925

THE SIMMONS BRAND PuWW4 Weekly by the SimmoM Press dab la the Interett of the Student Body of Simmon College. Eatered u second claw matter June 22 1917 at the Postoffice at Abilene Texas. Subscription Price per year $2.00 Member of the Texas Inter-Collegiate Pres Association. Office: First Flooi Science BuildinR Published Each Saturday Morning. NELSON HUTTO Editor-in-Chief JOE JACKSON Business Manager EARLY JOINER Circulation Manager Otla D. Carterr-ManaginK Editor Merrel Lacy j Associate Editor Charles Miller -Sports Editor have a teacher watching: over his shoulders in order to refrain from taking: another's work. "Let uahave in our school such a code oi' honor among ourselves that it will not be possible for us to take unfair advantages of any sort that it will not be possible for use to sit idly by and see others take work which is not theirs. Only through the complete integrity honor truth of every individual can Ccn- tcnarary reach tho height of moral efficiency toward which s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 7 February 1925

-Tr -FT JT THE SIMMONS BRAND -GRACE HORTON GIVES HER JUNIOR RECITAL SOCIAL SCIENCE CLUB WILL ELECT OFFICERS RUTH JERMAN .FRY WINS IN POPE ESSAY CONTEST CI jsdflsvsvsvsvsvsvsvsvsvsvsvsvsH Ihl. il ?. vif:- MiWx ' ; WW. ' 3 ''b'4 - ' i 'I . ki' ".& It ' km J V V . IS ASSISTED DY HB8 YOUNG A POST GRADUATE IN EXPRSSION Miss Grace Horton soprano pupil of Professor Harlan appeared In re- cital In Abilene Hall Wednesday evo- t ning In ono of the most enjoyablo programs of tho year. Miss Horton was nccompanied by Miss Lois Riddle 'and assisted by Miss Empress Young reader. Miss Horton displayed real ability as a young artist and delighted tho audienco with her rendition of some eight songs. Sho gives promiso of a brilliant futuro as a vocal enter- tainer according to opinions ex- pressed by lovers of song music. Miss Empress Young a post grad- uate in expression read a one-act play "A Very Social Service" by Virginia Church Miss Young showed excellent poiso good stage presence and splend...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 7 February 1925

WHWPWMPI' ItfmM'ritflWPi'l'WlMllliiPW"1"!'" i"iwi liimiw i mmmm0m THE SIMMONS BRAND PP""- i f r CAMPBELL'S Final Close -Out A "BROADSIDE OF BARGAINS" FROM EVERY DEPARTMENT M m A Selling Event Eclipsing All Previous Efforts at Value Giving AWm't rmriii 5? jLnwoeus QUALITY- VALUB -SHVC POPES STUDY CLASSIC MYTHS IN PROGRAM Slhco tho drama ia of Grecian origin tho Pppo socioty choso a study of tho classical myths and their rela- tion to tho drama for their program last Week. Thelma Andrews discussed tho rola- tion 6f classic literaturo to tho mod- ern drama. She emphasized tho im- portance of a knowledge of the classic myths to tho student of tho drama. Ruby Pearl Mitchell related tho origin of classical myths. In her discussion of tho Olympian gods and their characteristics of life. Ncola Adams gave a detailed account of the lives of Jupiter the god of tho universe juno wiu gouuess 01 iovo; Minerva the goddess of wisdom who sprang from Jupiter's forehead and Hercules tho god of strengt...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 14 February 1925

SV Simmons rani '46jWkV VOL. IX. SIMMONS COLLEGE ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY February 14 1925 1 Number 20 Cft fc""N"' 9 '" - i II I V WINS FIRST PUCE IN ESSAY CONTEST LOTA CLYDE HEAD SUBMIfS ESSAY ON "MODERN POETRY" REPRESENTS MARY-E SOCIETY Ruth Jcrmyn Fry Places Second; Barnard and Patterson De- liver Orations Miss Lota Clyde Head president of the Women's 0. &. D. Association who represented the Mnry-E Literary Society at the annual Philo-Phila Confederation in the essay contest carried off first prize with her essay on' "Modern Poetry." The Confedera tion met at Thorp Springs Christian College Monday and Tuesday of this week. Mss Ruth Jcrmyn Fry whb repre- sented the Popes in the enssny contest at the Erosophian-Ophcllan Confeder- ation which met at the same time and in conjunction with the Philo-Philas at Thorp Springs won second place in that general organization of so- cieties. The subject of Miss Fry's essay was "Nature and Man." Rolfe Barnard delivered an oration in the Philo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 14 February 1925

r"HW Wtyfjirrw i r f"T iifpir Terror ---p k THE SIMMONS BRAND ffl Published Weekly by the Slmmoni Press Club in the Interest of the Student' Body of Simmons College. Entered as second class matter June 22 1917 at the PostofUce at Abilene Texas. Subscription Price per year. $2.00 MAUY FRANCES GOSSIP There has been illness In the Hall this past week but reports come that Mr. Robertson and Kathcrine Curtis are bet- ter and able to be up. FROSTINGS FROM THE WHITE HOUSE Member of the Texas Inter-Collegiate Press Association. Office i First Flooi Science Building Published Each Saturday Morning. NELSON HUTTO Editor-in-Chief JOE JACKSON Business Manager ' EARLY JOINER Circulation Manager Otis D. Carter Managing Editor Morrel Lacy Assoclato Editor Charles Miller Sports Editor Brooksie Robertson paid a visit to home folks in Anson this week-end. We were favored with a vocal serenade this past week and we are glad to say that cop stayed in tune until the last verse. Mrs. Booth spent a part of...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 14 February 1925

ivjiipjn'-r'f "y -nrpfH vr v t Tff'ww-'-jpgprm-j7r ' ! m Tar THE SIMMONS BRAND t CHANGES SOON TO BE MADE IN SYSTEM OF AWARDING SWEATERS ATHLETIC SWEATERS TO BE GIVEN IN ALL BRANCHES. OF SPORT The Simmons Association met in a short session Thursday for the pur- pose of adopting the resolutions of the ex-association in regard to the changes to be made in the method of athletic awards. At present a sweater is given to those lcttorlng in football but only letters are given to those1 that make the track baseball or foot- ball teams. In the changes proposed by the athletic association sweaters without stripes will be given for the first letter made in each sport a watch fob with two bars will be given for the second letter for the third another bar will bo added and an athletic blanket given while in tho fourth year a sweater with four stripes will be awarded. A gold foot- ball or other emblem will be awarded for championship teams. In this way it will be possible for one person to win on...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 14 February 1925

'iwiiltii.4iqw'WW"T''W'JWWW M''lIWtJ'W"wiyP'MU'Pli'IW'WlMMMMyiiyw ifyn" i.yni'lW"tfm""i"M'''iW'y?'fH'-""""!7'.lfN'""' 'Wi THE SIMMONS BRAND u I 1 CAMPBELL'S Final Close -Out A "BROADSIDE OF BARGAINS" FROM EVERY DEPARTMENT A Selling Event Eclipsing All Previous Efforts at Value Giving - VALUE -SERVCE QUALITY Bearkats Take Two Tilts From Cowboys (Continued from pge one) the first few trips. Perhaps the Cowboys showed some of the best work of the season in the first game with the Sam Houston men in both offensive and defensive playing. The method of passing using three men used for the first time by the Cowboys in their games with Daniel Baker last week showed marks of perfection. Their goal shooting was more perfect and scores came when the fans least expected them which at times threatened to down the Normalites. A remarkable showing was made by the Cowboy quintet in the second half of the game Friday night. A score of 19 to 10 was built up by the Kats in the first half and the game ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 21 February 1925

1fr"1H''"Wf?""'"!W' "ffV""'W gTh? Simmons ratifi ' . t.''- VOL. IX SIMMONS COLLEGE AIHLENE TEXAS SATURDAY FEBRUARY 21 1925 NUMBER 21 'TTjWTWJfl1 "HffH pl0HWW WfHli ' MM1 '. nMaBtmMnnK;Tt'Vi )"flwf 'jgy WW LARGEST CLASS IN HISTORY TO CELEBRATE SENIOR DAY ABOUT NINETY MEMBERS TO HELP CARRY OUT PROGRAM WILL PRESENTJENIOR GIFT Luncheon at Noon and Banquet at Night to Complete Day'a Acitvitica The largest class that has ever celebrated a Senior Day in Simmons will carry out tho usual activities to- day (Saturday) when over 85 tho number of fourth year students ac- tually in school give tho traditional program in Abilene Hall. Tho cele- bration is always set on February 22 but due to the fact that the date falls on Sunday this year It will bo held a day ahead of time. The en- tire day will be given to the Seniors and a half holiday to tho student body. It At 10:30 tho class of '25 clad for the first time in caps and gowns will march with a dignified air up to the Abilene hall stage and th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 21 February 1925

I.lll V-l "f j "" Trr-'' wr THE SIMMONS BRAND tee' 3 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 Postofflce at Abilene Texas. Subscription Price per year 82.00 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 Otis D. Carter- .Managing Editor Morrel Lacy. ..Associate Editor Charles Miller. .Sports Editor ISSUE EDITOR BILL SWAFFORD Reporters for this issue: Violet Willis Lota Clyde Heard Phinis Mc- Beth Clara Ballow and Conway Craig. THIS EDITION. This is the last edition the regular staff of the Brand will get out for several weeks. There will be four class editions followed by a Corral Magazine edition which will fill the remaining issues of this term. This is the time of the year that others learn just what a jo...

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