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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 21 February 1925

THE SIMMONS BRAND SEVEN PRESS CLUB MEMBERS INITIATED 6. S.U. ENTERTAINS WITH INTERESTING PROGRAM "Our subject this morning is 'Wash- ington's America and Mine'" said Lawrence Fitzgerald who had charge of the B. S. U. program Thursday. A quartet consisting of Otis Car- ter Oetda Nichols Lula Cardwell and Hlnes Sims sang "Believe Me if all Those Endearing Young Charms" and "Annie Laurie." Mr. Fitzgerald brought out the fact that George Washington was a Bap- tist after which ho read tho scrip- ture. In his discussion he said "Feb- ruary among tho ancient Romans was a month of purification. Hence our topic of purity this morning is fitting. It is impossible for man to attain purity in the flesh but he can attain purity in his aim. "Tho moral law has been the same throughout the ages and we cannot change it. Wo should have purity of heart purity of thought purity of hopes and wo should bo1 an example of purity. "If wo forgot to pray our flag will drag in tho dust as tho flags of other co...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 21 February 1925

mmmmmw THE SIMMONS BRAND ffl fl CAMPBELL'S Final Close -Out A "BROADSIDE OF BARGAINS" FROM EVERY DEPARTMENT ffl A Selling Event Eclipsing All Previous Efforts at Value Giving COWGIRLS WILL MEET CANYON HERE MONDAY WILL BE THEIU LAST GAME ON LOCAL COURT THIS SEASON COWBOYS MEET HOWARD PAYNE HERE NEXT WEEK WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY BE DATE OF TWO GAMES AT MARSTON T AUUnt'i Ftnrtn jf W3 sitit rim S janwoeus - M VALUB 'SEnWCE QUALITY 83 Cowboys Conquer Tij&ers in Two Gnmcs this Week Continued from pge on) linnrd rnnrl diffnrontlv the Tieers li send in a large number of substitutes llr 11 i rrii r:4 -tv in mo IWO gumus. aiic mot iin."" tho forwards and center positions were tho scenes of most of tho shift- ing. Almost on entirely different line-up was sent in by the Tiger coach in continuing tho effort to check the Cowboys' advance. Since a fe?v changes were made in tho line- up of the Simmons squad during tho games quite a few shifts were made by the homo team. Hamm Tiger forward was on...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 28 February 1925

-r nr" .wjnnequywmp WJW"fWpWWIE! trnmimitpiimmmmtmnmrnmDmm" i SENIOR EDITION r VOL. Ik. SIMMONS COLLEGE ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY FEBRUARY 28 1025 NUMBER 22 115 SENIORS ARE TO GRADUATE IN JUNE " " wfHiijyuitpimpivii!'iu' '.imiMwii'ifuwiiiwiywW". iNinwyim)iiHiiiiNilK(llwwip;ilWWt Th Simmons Bnrad ittr s Evangelist Estes Holds 2 Weeks Revival Here LARGE AUDIENCES ATTEND MEETINGS BRINGS MESSAGE FROM GOD MANY COME FORWARD TO AC- CEPT JESUS AS REV. ESTES PREACHES GOSPEL The evangelist meeting started last Tuesday evening at 7 p. m. and will continue until the last of next week. Those who have heard Evangelist Estes will vouch for the statement that ho is one of the greatest preach- ers In the Southwest. Each time he brings a different message in the clearest and most convincing manner creating lively interest by his unending supply of stories which he uses to illustrate his different points. It will be of interest to the stu- dents to Tcnow that Rev. Estes was a graduate of Simmons College ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 28 February 1925

f1 '?& rt Sw THE SIMMONS BRAND $ IV Simmons Bra nO g Published Weekly by the Simmons Press Club In the lnterctt of the Student Body of Simmons College. Entered as second class matter June 22 1917 at the Postoffice at Abilene Texas. KOLLEGE KUTS Subscription Price per ycar.....$2.00 Member of the Texas Inter-Collegiate Press Association. Office: First Flooi Science Building Published Each Saturday Morning. NELSON HUTTO Editor-inChief JOE JACKSON Business Manager EARLY JOINER Circulation Manager Otis D. Carter Managing Editor Merrel Lacy Associate Editor Charles Miller -Sports Editor STAFF EDITORS Lola Clyde Head Verna1 Smith J Roscoe Luttrcll Bill Swafford Leonard Lynch Violet Willis SENIOR EDITION Conway Craig Bill Swafford . Editor Assistant Editor SENIOR DAY A JOKE There is one occasion in the life of a college student that should be ex- pressive of dignity and solemnity. That day is Senior Day but this year as fot two years past it has been exemplified by ridiculous ignor- an...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 28 February 1925

THE SIMMONS BRAND t j' m. ; SOCIETY LUNCHEON GIVEN TO SENIORS BY COLLEGE One of the biggest social events of the calendar of tho Seniors took place at tho Mary Francos dining room Saturday February 21 at 1:30 o'clock when 70 members of the class assembled for tho annual luncheon. President Thoron Funk was master of ceremonies acting as toastmaster. Tho seven luncheon tables wero artistically decorated irt purplo and gold with vases of carnations and pot plants adding floral charm. The happy Seniors were served a three course luncheon by tho Freshmen girls. President Sandefer gave an inter- esting speech on what ho expected of tho Seniors and his appreciation of them thus far commenting oh tho program and again thanking them for tho gifts in behalf of tho faculty trustees and friends of Simmons. Tho class chaperon Mr. Burnam assured tho class ho was with them to the end; that ho and Mrs. Burnam Were always ready for a good time. Then camo tho secretes of tho trip which saved tho pres...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 28 February 1925

wmmmmmmimmmm mmmmmmmmmmm A THE SIMMONS BRAND ppwpi TENNIS CLUB ELECTS OFFICERS FOR SEASON At ft meeting of the Tennis Club last week officers were elected and plans were made for a college tourna- ment to be held March 7. Arthur Holt a letter man from last year was elected president of tho club. Bob Rowell was elected secretary and Roy Powell was elected reporter. .About 30 are expected to enter the tournament from which the team to represent Simmons will bo se- lected. Sweaters will probably bo awarded members of the team who letter. Holt and Sandcfer who have made tho team for the past two years will bo crowded closely fo rtheir places by several others who arc showing up well in practice. Among thoso ex- pected to bo hard to eliminate are: Powell Browne and Rowell who -went to the semi-finals last year Carver and Bryan are also runners up of last year's tournament who will be hard to eliminate this year. Freshmen showing up well ore: Stringer Ingcrson Pitman and Solomon.. Senior ...

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

JUNIOR EDITION ." )VMK y V VOL. IX. SIMMONS COLLEGE ABILENE TEXAS SATtJRDAY MARCH 7 1025. NUMBER. 23 f 4 K ' i w I Iff"' Kl imr h f w m i Many Improvements to be Made in Chemistry Section PROGRAM INVOLVES BUILDING OF NEW LABORATORY AND STAIRS SIX NEW COURSES ADDED PROF. ARRANT WILL RETURN TO TAKE CHARGE OP HIS OLD-TIME DUTIES Pinns for cxtcnsivo Improvements In the Chemistry department have been made and approved according to a statement mado by Prof. 'Watts today. The program .includes the building of another stairs the install- ing of another advanced laboratory and the addition of six courses to the catalogue. The need of a now laboratory has been a. long felt .need in Simmons due to the increasing number who take advanced chemistry each year. By building a stairs from the present store room to the room numbered 109 directly under the Freshman laboratory it will be possible to have all of the laboratories connected to the main store room on the second floor. A store room for the ...

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

THE SIMMONS BRAND y '5 pyhlWiiJ Weskly by tb Stamens Pre CM In the lMweM of the Student !. t ' EatrJ m second claw .matter June 22. 191T t Ike Pettegfee at Abilene Texas. SabicriptHffl Price per year $2.00 Member el the Texas Inter-Collegiate Pre t ' AwocJatlon. Office: First Fleet Science Building ttblMied Each Saturday Morning. i NJELSON HUTTO' JOE JACKSON Business Manager EARLY JOINER Circulation Manager Otis D. Carter Managing- Editor Merrel Lacy Associate Editor Charles Miller Sports Editor JUNIOR EDITION Merrel Lacy Editor Lota Clyde Head .Associate Editor REPORTERS: Clara. Ballew Leonard Lynch Charles Miller Otis Carter Lorena Hood; Melvin Davis George Marshall Polly porter and Verna Smith. FALSE ALARM Within the past month there has been five false calls for the police by jokers attending Simmons Col- lege. In all of these cases the police have' responded immediately. In each case they have returned to the sta- tion' with the consciousness of wasted effort. We are glad there...

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

T1IE SIMMONS BRAND -' :. ;;.V '. SIMMONS COWGIRLS COWGIRLS CONCLUDE SUCCESSFUL SEASON SCORE 149 POINTS DURING YEAR AGAINST 144 FOR THEIR OPPONENTS When tho Simmons Cowgirls 'turn- cd in. their sweaters Thursday after- noon they concluded tho most suc- cessful season that Simmons .Girls Basketball has over known. Although they lost threo of tho six games played"' in each case tho score was so closo as to that there .was no great difference in tho teams playing. Only one team was able to win. two games from the Cowgirls and ono of these games was lost by a one-point mat- gin. Tho Simmons baskoteers de- feated teams from Canyon Denton and Commerce. Tho BCasons score . was favorable; 149 for tho Cowgirls against 144 for the opponents. Although Coach McDonald started the season handicapped by the lack of p)ayers from last year's squad she speedily went to work to de- velop a team from the material that reported for practice. In a short timo sho had developed a group of in- dividual playe...

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

N.' THE SIMMONS URAND CLOSE SEASON TONIGHT r ' . ?IMHMMMMb2MMMMMMMMMMMMMMF- ..BMHHHl iMMMMMaMMMMMMMMT9KHMMMMM! mmmmmI ViMHIOBSHIHVnBH ' mmmmhJhmmhbjHmmmmmmhmmmmi i BflHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHDHHHH 5 1 The Simmons College Cowboys will seek to nvcngc their defeats at the hands of tho strong West Texas State Teachers team tonight. Every member of the dquad is in good condition and the team as a whole present the strongest front it has shown this year. T. i. P. A. CONVENTION TO MEET WITH C. I. (Continued from Page Ono) A. mer Lewis Texas poet and Bishop Moore of Dallas Texas. The judges of the annuals are: Mr. Ray Texas artist; H. A. Nelson gen- eral manager of tho Arts and Crafts Guild Chicago; Editor of the Cactus Texas University; Dr. Wharcy asso- ciate professor of English Texas University and Mr. Hugo Phol Texas artist. Ruth Cross Sexas novelist; Oliver W. Hinsdell manager of the. Little Theater Dallas Texas; pr. Griffith department of comparative literature Texas University; Dr....

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

SOPHOMORE EDITION ?ftiwfWfO II VOL. IX SIMMONS COLLEGE ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY MARCH 14 1D25. I wn NUMBER 24 & ft h j t m m mi (K tot u I sC i I fls I - V w u M Cowboys Take of Season AFTER A DEFEAT ON FRIDAY JJIGIIT SIMMONS WINS BY SCORE OF 32-25. TEAMWORK OF SQUAD GOOD This Game Will Have Important Bearing on T. I. A. A. Championship. Ah unusual unexpected burst of determination and skillful playing en- abled the Simmons Cowboys to close a hard basketball season in a blaze of glory when they gave the invin- ciable Canyon quintet h bitter lash- ing to the tune of 32 to 25 resulting in practically the ruination of the Buffaloes dream of the T. I. A. A. championship. In the first game of the series with the West Texas Teachers College the visitors got A head start of the Cowboys and ran away with a score of 40 to 24. The final game was one of inter- est throughout. A smaller group of fans than usual saw the 'Cowboys gain the lead at tho first of the game then to yield to successiv...

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

....M.iiiIIIIijI THE SIMMONS nRANI) 4ktp KmmMaBr?mrt S Published Weekly by the Simmon Press Club In the Interest of tlie Student Body of Simmon College. Entered as second class matter June 22 1917 at the I'ortodlce 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 Merrel Lacy .Assoclato Editor Charles Miller. Sports Editor BASKETBALL LETTERS AWARDED ARE Seven men will rcccivo basket- ball letters for their work during the season just closed. Tho men to receive letters are Wendell Foreman captain of this year's team George Foster and Thomp- son Pickens forwards; Lynn Hil- bun center; Frank Kimbrough and Tom McCollum guards. These men wero Tecommended by tho conches as the ones who had play' cd the required timo in inter-collegiate games ...

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

TUB SIMMONS BRAND A COWBOYS CLOSE HARD ' BASKETBALL SEASON WIN LAST GAME FROM CANYON AND CLOSE WITH GOO PER CENT win 10 outoFtwenty-two Make a 'Total of 508 Points During Season to Opponents' 491 In 22 Games Last Saturday night the Simmons Cowboy basketball team closed a hard cage season when It defeated the Canyon Buffaloes in the last gairio of the season. Out of tho 21 basketball " games played this season tho Sim- mons quintet won 0 games and lost 12. In the T. I. A. A. schedule Sim- mons won 0 and lost 9 which gives her a percentage of .500 for tho sea- son. Among the eight teams played this year were some of tho strongest teams in tho Southwest. The first game of tho year was played with a strong team from Oklahoma in which tho Cowoys were defeated by a rather heavy score. Some of tho other strong teams played were Howard Payne Sam Houston Normal St. Edwards and Canyon. All of these teams succeed- ed in giving tho Cowboys the lower .end of the score card. In view of tho fact t...

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

THE SIMMONS BRAND m ANNOUNCING 1HE OPENING OF THE SIMMONS LUNCH ROOM UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT. . WE ARE PREPARED TO SERVE YOU WARM MEALS AT ALL HOURS. OUR MOHO "SUDDEN SERVICE" HIGHTOWER & CHURCHWELL PROPRIETORS PHYSICAL EDUCATION COWBOYS TAKE LAST GAME OF SEASON FROM CANYON (Continued from Pg one) Cowboys had only medium success. Out of eighteen free shots at the goal Simmons completed nine while Canyon was successful ten times out of the eighteen shots offered. Sim- mons Inability to complete shots from the field was one of the reasons for the defeat at this time. Kimbrough and Pickens failed to measure up to their goal shooting standard the first night although thep played a good game in other positions. Crump Canyon forward of much high school fame was the one of the oiitef rnnnnriH for the largo score in the first game. He was successful in getting nine field goals and two foul goals to his credit which gave him the honor of high point man for the game. This unusual forward had...

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

ppjwt " 'yymiwiBy m&ii'wh tuN'BajgmwW CORRAL EDITION "... . - -r i i IU lVOL. IX. SIMMONS COLLEGE ABILENE TEAS SATURDAY MARCH 21 1925 NUMBER 26 it V THE (GREEN BTTLE By D. E. Robison .. -... mkt Simmons Brant r3'Jir Frankly I had mode up my mind to marry for money; and the man I was going to marry know it because I was so tired of getting on with noth- ing a year wearing cousin Mary's cast-off gowns even if she did live two thousand miles away and the gowns were hardly mussed when they camo to mj tired of living with not a roof over mumsey and mo except when Fred and Caroline came and took us to Palm Beach. But to havo a millionaire lovo me; to havo him Billy well I haven't ceased to won- der yet. I was not sure that mumsey was going to look at it that way so some how I put off telling her and packed her off to an old friend who wanted her company for a month. Sho needed a change after her recent Illness and a month would give mo a chance to gather courage. The Wards havo been t...

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

(Ini I1.I.iu.IIii. THE SIMMONS BRANT) ayig-'m rywj &9bt Simmons Brand s fubllatted 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 ycar......$2.00 Member of the Texas Inter-Colleglato 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 Merrel Lacy Associate Editor Charles Miller Sporta Editor CORRAL EDITION .Editor Bill Swafford CONTENTS: The Green Bottle (Story) D. E. Robison. Candy Stripes and Wives (Humor- ous story) Herman Hardin. Naturaque Homus (Essay) Ruth Jcrman Fry. The Green Bottle (Continual from page onl who sat at my other side. "Do I look 111?" I asked "I feel rather queer." He started to get to his feet but I pulled him back. "Don't make a scene Bobby" I implored....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 21 March 1925

4t mr " 'i " m wmp'um'mj9wevmwm urv'v$9 w ' PwWfwf"f yiyMJw nr'f v -sgr'y?frrJP(tfyiwyiiyii'n.uyyipi titywy'iwapMw l" 'i liy VFJ-r F"W" ' Vf"!fey(flS5HS ' " ' n ' ' l" Tr-i THE SIMMONS DRAND NATURAQUE HOMUS By Ruth Jerman Fry (Editor's Note Winner of Second Prize at the Erosophlan Ophclian Federation at Thorpo Springs.) A great many of thinkers have tried to make small man's placo in nature and nature's place in man. Their belief as Dr. Joseph Lcconte declares Is "that man is very closely connected with and forms a great part of nature that he has no kingdom of his own but belongs to the animal kingdom; that in the animal king dom he has no department of his own but belongs (o the department of vertebrates along with birds fish and reptiles; that in the department of the vertebrates ho has no privileged class of his own but be- longs to the class of mammals along with horses and cattle; that in the class of mammals he has no order of his own but belongs to the order of prcmatcs .alo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 21 March 1925

"f 'WHfJW'S -qWfcj5BTTJ"Tw'" ""T HT'trTriTTTT "- " VTiT-fPrr TVrqnB-wrwBiT'ryT" rjf-v y r up fTT"1 THE SIMMONS BRAND AMUSEMENTS QUEEN Next Week MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY "AFTER SIX DAYS" Magnificent Film Version of the Old Testament M fl ffl The Epic of the Ages! The Green Bottle (Continued from page two) thing has been wrong?" "Yes-s" I admitted. I'll tell you whcmyoU come." I could hear the rcciovcr bang at the other end and I went to powder my nose. I knew he was coming in a hurry. It's just terrible to have so many things to tell all of them sort of fireworky and some of them strange and uncanny and not seeming to have any connection or any reason. I wait- ed with the necklace in my hands forming all sorts of beginnings and dramatic sentences; but what I said when he burst in upon me wast "Well there it is!" If ho hadn!t been a lawyer accus- tomed to worming facts out of peo- ple and very patient I don't suppose ho would have found out what did happen although I told him the stor...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 28 March 1925

BjpiW IWBpgiSJiipfflSpSPwjgf muttons Brand VOL. IX. SIMMONS COLLEGE ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY MARCH 28 1025 NUMBER 26 COWBOYS SPLIT SERIES WITH HILLTOPPERS HERE THIS WEEK MARIE TIFFANY GIVES LAST LYCEUM NUMBER BAND TO MAKE TWO TRIPS THIS WEEK END GO TO BAIRD AND ALBANY ON FRIDAY AND SATURDAY EVENINGS STUDENTS HOLD ELECTION IN CHAPEL ON FRIDAY MORNING SINGS BEFORE ENTHUSIASTIC CROWD AT THE FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH rVj.i!i!i(jPwe4i SThrS I'" ' LOSE WEDNESDAY BY 9-6 BUT WIN THURSDAY BY 13-4 SCORE OUTHIT VISITORS BOTH DAYS LEECH PITCHES FIRST GAME TO THE SIXTH KIMBROUGH TAKES LAST tho Simmons Cowboy nine was only able to split tho series with tho Dal- las University Hilltoppcrs in . two frames played on Parramofo field Wednesday and Thursday losing the first setto 9 to C and taking tho lat- ter contest 12-4. Errors that are characteristic of early season playing were greatly responsible for many tallies in both games and it Was these errors on the part of tho Cowboys that lost the. first game ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 28 March 1925

U'lWpj jjjrf THE SIMMONS BRAND &W)t 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 Postoffice at Abilene Texas. Subscription Price per year $2.00 Member of the Texas Inter-Collegiate Press Association. Olfice: First Flooi Science Building Published Each Saturday Morning. NELSON HUTTO Editor-in-Chief JOE JACKSON Business Manager EARLY JOINER Circulation Manager Otis D. Cartcr Managing Editor Merrel Lacy Associate Editor Charles Miller -Sports Editor VIEWS OP OTIIERS Reporters for this issue: Annie Taggart Lota Clyde Head Otis Car- ter Merrel Lacy Charles Miller and Verna Smith. SPRING SMITH HALL TID-BITS The SDrine term is here with all its traditions of laziness and poor school work. Although it is truo that the warm weather of these months does not provoke hard work still in our opinion the most of the argument about this term being a loafing time is nil bunkum...

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