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

THE SIMMONS liltAND To Open L L A. A. Season Next Week Be COWBOYS TO TAKE ROAD FOR FIRST FOUR GAMES OF SEASON Tho Simmons Cowboy nine will take tho road for Brownwood next week to piny the Howard Payne Yel- low Jackets and tho Daniel Baker Hlll-BUlics In four games beginning: Wednesday April 1 which start them on a strenuous T. I. A. A. season which ends here May 12 in tho clos- ing gamo with Daniel Baker When they return from tho Brownwood trip all tho remaining games will be play- ed at home. With tho exception of two games with St. Edwards College all of tho contests arc in T. I A. A. Tho Yellow Jackets will bo tho first contestants on April 1 and tho Hill Billies will be met on tho 3 and 4.' Tho following Wednesday and Thurs- day the 8 and 9 tho Cowboys will .meet tho East Texas Lions hero. Trin- ity the strongest nino in tho asscw elation that boasts ond of tho best teams in tho southwest will next furnish opposition on Parramorc field on tho 15 and 1G Wednesday and Thursday of...

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

pppp!$Ripii w.ipivw m ip THE SIMM0.N3 DllA.NU Bw wnraiff . PALACE lOc 30c Dig PicturesLittle Prices MONDAY AND TUESDAY Adapted from the greatest Broadway uc cms "Wliat'a Your Wife Doing?" New Spring Suits SEE OUR SPECIAL SHOWING OF NEW SPRING SUITS THIS WEEK They are in Smart Shades of Grey Tan London Lavender and Blue ENGLISH AND SEMLENGLISH MODELS PRICED $25.00 $30.00 $35.00 TO $50.00 Strictly Up-to-the-Minute Styles for Young Men V i PEMHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHMMJ wroa j MBMHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHJ MMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMHmI "'". c ' ' '"' MMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMB MBMMm1mbmMHm1Bmbs -v I siBfigMr -MBBMlMBlsB MBrMBMBiMMlMMMSSKHMEEHMEJMEH!-" .&MB1 hhv lHHPfNaMHHI9' in VEi spJlMMMMMMMBX&iQilihi mmmmmmmYtTiiN 1 ' UPBlia itl raH I 'MMMMMMMMMncSMMMMP mmmmmmmmmmmummmmmI W rHl MODERN POETRY Dy Lota Clyde Head (Editor's Note: Winner of First Prize in the Philo-Phila Essay Contest at Thorpe Springs In 1925.) Since the beginning of the twentieth century a new era in music painting and literature has dawned. N...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 4 April 1925

JlpWWJP FRESHMAN EDITION imtmrns (Brand n VOL. IX. SIMMONS COLLEGE ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY APRIL 4 102G. NUMBER 27 mt COWBOYS SWAMP YELLOW JACKETS IN SECOND GAME FIRST GAME IS ifARD FOUGHT; HOWARD PAYNE WINE BY ONE SCORE SIMMOMTES JHOW ABILITY HUNT PITCHES GOOD GAME ON WEDNESDAY; KIMBROUGIt WINS SECOND The Cowboys evened the senca played with Howard Payne when they went wild Wednesday afternoon and won the second name by n score of 22 to 4. lit thii first fame it seemed that the "Yellow Jackets could not bo con- tent with winning the football and 'basketball games from Simmons and after playing tie game for seven innings ran lnv two scores in the eighth. This gave Howard Payne the first gnme bjr a rfcoro of 3 to 2. Ihe game was hard fought nil the "way through. Both sides were uble to make only one score in the firat . six innings. Cook pitching for the Yellow Jack- ets struck out nine men and allowed only six hits while Hunt pitching a great game for Simmons funned six Jackets' and ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 4 April 1925

PR j r THE SIMMONS WUND ' ri'i"-'---' WeaMy by Um Stewmwi Fnm dun in Um Interest Ike 8nt Ot SwMMQM GmIM6 Eatsced m ascend ekm mHw June 2t 1917. at Um Peeteilo t Abilene Tmhw. Sabecription Price; per year $2.00 of Dm Tmm Ia4CUgtte Press A SUQG88TI0N Offkw: FW Fkm Selenee BuUding. PvUkW Keeh Setdf Mendng. NELSON HUTTO E&ter-mChki1 JOE JACKSON ' Business Manager MARLY JOINER Ckeulation Manager 6tt D. Carter Managing Editor Merrel Laey. Associate Editor Charles Miller -Sporta Editor; Owing U the increasing popular- ity of the Interesting and bene- ficial sport of dollar pitching the Slimes suggest that it be adopted m one ot the major college sports under direet supervision of the faculty We knew several seniors who eould fill the position as eoaeh next year and Simmons could put out a real team. Of course this is merely a sug- gestion but; it seems practical enough. Why not try an elimina- tion tournament soon? Think about this serious question fel- low students! SLIME SAYINGS Pref...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 4 April 1925

THE SIMMONS BRAND rjjfjg. y 'I J' ifr . Hi : u. '6 ( '" 3? ' JAe Inevitable Conclusion V '..vfvft-'. r r 5 I ' Everyone In tins town of Wortham agreed that Elite- Dillingham would make a name for herself In the world Ellse was nine- teen year old the younger daughter ol 'Mr'.' and Mrs W. M. Dillingham among jilic toyv'n'js moat respected cltkcns. Nell ' their other (laughter1 as unlike Elise as ; tWp' sisters could be had married Jimmy "Valton a year ago and was living con- tentedly n her pretty bungalow1 near her 'parents. Nell was tho quiet sort whoso ambitions rose no higher than Jimmy and her. home. Hut It was not so with Elise. "She dreamed of a brilliant artist's career Villi the whole world acknowledging and ' praising her She longed td try6ut her wings In exploring greater fields and pur- . sirring the study of her beloved art. With this goal before her Ellse had refused the continuous proposals and entreaties of Mac ' Wlllfantf ft manly ambitious young fel- low who had almo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 4 April 1925

THE SIMMONS BRAND I: 4 I INTERESTING SPEAKER AT CHAPE SATURDAY PROMINENT LAYMAN SPEAKS TO THE STUDENT BODY The speaker that occupied the chapel hour last Saturday morning (March 28) was Mr. W. 0. Fisher prominent layman of the First Bap- tist Church of this city. For many ;years Mr. Fisher has been prominent in Baptist work in Oklahoma having only recently moved to Abilene The chief feature of Mr. FisherTs talk was the discussion of Christian education. Mr. Fisher who is a com- petent man to speak on this subject due to his work brought but the fact that a Christian College will give tho literary training that a state school will besides giving the students good spiritual surroundings. He also stressed the fact that lay- men generally should take more interest in their work; that they should work with the pastor diligently to carry on the. work of tho church. MISS SPENCER PLEASES LARGE AUDIENCE HERE (Continued from pg one) gram rendered by the artists and that reproduced on tho phon...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 11 April 1925

Sto Simmons Brand vS Jh Vol. ix. SIMMONS COLLEGE AniLENE TEXAS SATURDAY APRIL 11 1925 NUMBER 28 Il) - r DEBATE WITH LOUISIANA TEAM HELD HERE FRIDAY NIGHT FITZGERALD AND FEATHER- STONE TO REPRESENT SIM- MONS IN CONTEST Last of the Simmons Men's inter- collegiate debates of 1925 will bo held this evening (Friday) In tho college auditorium with Louisiana Baptist College. Lawrence Fitzgerald and Woodio Feathcrstono will represent Simmons and J. M. Boyct and W. J. Dorman will represent tha visitors. Tho question for discussion is 6no of current interest and wide political discussion. It is Resolved that the United States should recognizo tho Soviet Government. The Louisiana team will support tho affirmative side' of the question while Simmons will uphold tho negative. Professor W. P. Carson debating coach for the Louisiana team accom- panied tho debaters to Abilene. They arrived on the Four-twenty train Thursday afternoon. They are staying at the Grace Hotel while here.' Luncheon was to ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 11 April 1925

THE SIMMONS BRAND PuUhlted 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 PestoSlce 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 Otis D. Carter. Managing Editor Merrel Lacy Associate Editor Charles Miller Sports Editor There are certain permanently fixed dates that remain fixed all the time; there are other important dates that have beem fixed on the book in the office and according to the "letter of tho law" all these dates have the right of way over any other thing that comes up at a later date. Let not those then that step in and in- terfere with these and place over them somo of their own business and bo surprised of offended with those whose business has thus been ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 11 April 1925

W fWyniry!Hijl;yyiimniiH'iTtl''Vr i!!!SS!!Smi'mH i mtStmmimiviiSfmv TtlyTl";w''"''l''-'l'l' 'P'jM THE SIMMONS BRAND Some Airplane Views of Abilene the Home of Simmons University BkIL' " a? Airplane view of Abilene Business District. (This picture was made when work had just started on the 7-story office building now nenririg completion. epartment Store ' j i frca FULWILER PRINTING COMPANY VGtf GRADE COMMERCIAL PRINTING TELEPHONE 654 120 1-2 CHESTNUT ST. DMqMflMPflKlftPiDMffiiUttUM m m mi il uu mi iy mmm THE WEST TEXAS IIOUSE THE HILLPE1ER COMPANY MANUFACTURING STATIONERS FURNlTUltE and FILING DEVICES in WOOD and STEEL Steel and Iron Safes Complete Line of Office Supplies ABILENE TEXAS HIGGINBOTHAM-BARHEn LUMBER CO. 4TH AND PINE STREETS PHONE 7 ABILENE'S BIG BUILDING MATERIAL STORE MKBUXlXPUKIMMXWra A view of the West Texas Fair Park made from the air. This picture was made last fall when the West Texas Fair "was in full swing. 3&Baaa?JlfficpagoiD:i NICE COOL ROOMS WITH BOARD 190...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 11 April 1925

THE SIMMONS BRAND I. I ' MISS UNKENHOGER AP- PEARS IN RECITAL MON. Miss Mildred Llnkenhoger pianist assisted by Miss Mary Cooper reader gayo the first of the spring recitals in Abilene 'Hall Monday evening. Miss Linkcnhogcr is a student of Miss Nan Lou Baird piano teacher of Sim- mons and Miss Mary Cooper is a teacher of Expression. Miss Linkcnhoger in her Junior recital pleased her nudienco by the variety of her selections nnd. the del- icacy of her touch. Added to this Was her pleasing personality and her poise on the stage. Tho success of her num- bers was shown by tho largo number of floral offerings. Miss Cooper read the One Act Play "Paulino Pevlovnu" a play qf modern Russia. Sho was especially suited to tako the character of Pau- lino Pavlovna and made her. audience live with her modern life in StPotcrs- burg. Her number "Patterns" was also well read tho difficult .inter- pretation made pleasing by her musi- cal voice and ease of phrasing. Jho program; Fantasia in D Minor Moz...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 18 April 1925

rv t7-Mif''yy7TfFyTryr'TT'-' "' flwwifp "Hf'frT' "rf"f' STh Simmons Brand J VOL. IX. SIMMONS COLLEGE AI1ILENE TEXAS SATURDAY APRIL 18 i92B NUMBER 29 NSSl Jl& m i ft: i ?. I H V lu ' Simmons Wins Unanimous Decision Over Louisiana FITZGERALD AND FEATHER- STONE BREAK ARGUMENTS OF OPPONENTS A unanimous decision was given the Simmons dcatcrs .Lawrenco Fitzger- ald and Woodio Fcatherstono oyer the representatives of Louisiana Bap- tist College J. M. Boyct and W. J. Dorman in tho last college de- bate of tho year held in the Abilene Hall auditorium on Friday evening of last week. Tho question for do- bato was: Resolved that tho United States should recognize the Soviet Government. Simmons took tho neg- ative side of the question. Mr. Boyet and Mr. Dorman brought out the points that the recognition of the soviet government would bo moro satisfactory than the state of affairs that now exists that is would increase out trade help business and that tho government should be recog- nized for...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 18 April 1925

THE SIMMONS BRAND . PuMMted Weekly fay the Simmes PreM Club In the Interact ol the Sttt4et Body of Simseaa GeUefe. i i 4- i m Efttered m seeeftd ola matter June 22 1917. at the Petogke at Abilene. Teiaa. CYNICISM AND POETRY SttbecripUcm Price pet year. $2.00 Member el the Texaa iMer-CoUegiate Preaa Aaaeelatlen. . iiftiii i . . Ofke: Fir Flow Science Building Published Each Saturday Morning. NELSON HUTTO Editor-in-Chief JOE JACKSON Business Manager EARLY JOINER fUmilntloh Manager cui n !rtr .Manaffimr Editor Merrel Lacy Associate Editor Charles Miller Sports Editor Reporters for this issue: Merrel Lacy Lota Clyde Head Otis Carter Leonard Lynch ticorgo B. Marshall Clyde Beasley Theiss Jones and Verna Smith. THINGS WE LEARNED Ask any of the three delegates of Simmons who attended the late T. I. P. A. Convention held at C. I. A. last week and they will tell that it was indeed a profitable time that was spent. The inspiration and encour agement received by journalistic workers at these m...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 18 April 1925

THE SIMMONS BRAND FINE ARTS STUDENTS GIVE RECITAL MONDAY SIMMONS GIRLS GIVE PAGEANT AT CHURCH ..K-S; f ' IHVL 'H JUNIORS OF EXPRESSION AND OF PIANO DELIGHT AUDINECE WON OVER LOUISIANA Woodlo.Fcathorstone and Lawrence Fitzgerald closed the debating sea- son of Simmons with a 3-0 victory over Louisiana College on Friday night of last week. The Simmons men took the stand that the United States should not recognize the Soviet Government. FIGURES SAY COWBOYS ARE HEAVY SLUGGERS THREE MEN STAYING ABOVE FOUR HUNDRED MARK That the Simmons Cowbays are heavy sluggers is proved by the fig- ures which givo their averages for the - games played this year. Three men are keeping well above the four hundred mark while three others are above three hundred the division pojnt for heavy hitters. Five other men bat above two hundred and not a single man' goes under one hundred. Kimbrough leads the list with an average approaching fivo hundred. Kimbrough's batting so far has. been '488. Besides this he ha...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 18 April 1925

THE SIMMONS BRAND DELEGATES LEAVE FOR ORATORICAL MEETING BROWNE AND MORRIS LEAVE FOR BROWNWOOD THURSDAY Gray Browne and Sam Morris dele- gates representing Simmons in tho Texas State Oratorical Association left Thursday morning for Brown- wdod to attend tho annual meet which is being held at Daniel Baker College Thursday and Friday. Mr. Browne will enter tho oratori- cal contest and will deliver "The Hctrs of tho Ages." Mr. Morris is tho of- ficial delegate from Simmons and has been recommended by tho 0. & D. Council for the presidency of the association for next year as the meet- ing will bo held hero next year dur- ing tho second week in April. Law- rence Fitzgerald has also been select- ed as the corresponding secretary- treasurer of the association for 192G. Ono of the important functions of tho meet was tho banquet given tho delegates and contestants Thurs- day evening. During the day Friday tho contest was in full swing but tho final results haye not been learn- ed. In for...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 25 April 1925

4) Sftjfr Simmons Bnrafl VOL. IX. SIMMONS COLLEGE ABILENE!. TEXAS SATURDAY APRIL 25 1025 NUMBER 30 Ut t F I. & h ) . fc COWBOYS CAPTURE TWO GAMES FROM BUFFALOES COWBOYS HIT IN PINCHES AND TAKE BOTH GAMES BY 4-2 SCORE IN SERIES PLAYED ON MONDAY AND TUESDAY By hitting in the pinches with the aid of tight pitching the Simmons Cowboys made it two straight wins in tho series against the West Texas State Teachers of Canyon in games played here Monday rtnd Tuesday afternoon. Pitcher's duels characterized both contests Hunt winning out over Nnt- rins tho first day and Brown getting tho credit for Winning tho second game after Leech had been jerked in the fifth for wildness. Hunt show- ed that he has the stuff to make a heady pitcher in his next three years for the Cowboys letting the Buffaloes down with three hits while his mates were gathering six. Leech showed tip-top form until he walked in a man in the fifth and had to be replaced by Brown whose change of paco from Leech's speed com...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 25 April 1925

.V I THE SIMMONS BKAND SHIahis WwWy by the SImmmw Pre dub ia the IatetMt of the Student Body ( SfmmoM College. Eatsrad m Moond olaM matter June 22 W17 t the Ptoltce at Abilene Texas. SwbscripUow Price pef year. $2.00 MmhW ( tit Texas Iater-Collegiate Press AM90rat)vfli Oflfiea: Ftnt Flee Science DulldinR PuMlaW Eaah Saturday Morning. NELSON HUTTO Editor-in-Chief JOE JACKSON Business Manager EARLY JOINER Circulation Manager Oto D. Carter -Managing Editor Marrel Lacy -Associate Editor Charles Miller Sports Editor LIONARD LYNCH Issue Editof Reporters for this issue: Annie Tag- gart Verna Smith and G. B. Mar- shall. RECOGNIZE WORTH The time has come when Simmons demands recognition in the field of oratory and debate The winning of tw out of three debates and a wo- man's oratorical contest were alone y enough to justify this but the win- ning for the third time of the Texas State Oratorical Association contest has .demanded it. But the best place for this recognition to begin is at heme....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 25 April 1925

Tilt SIMMONS BRAND v i' v. . iM' J' m ' '1-f ras- I 7W'' 6btrr caftur two GAMM FROM BUPFALOBS (Continued from Page One) lng only one bobble whle the Teachers chalked up eight errors. They scat- tered these In such a way however as to not make them especially dls- asterous. Johnson' swlld throw In the fourth allowed Wright to score. FIRST GAME First Inning. Canyon: Boond popped to Kim- brough Harrcll grounded to Kim- brough and Johnson grounded to Estes. Four balls pitched. No runs no hits no errors. Simmons: Foster took first on Dawson's error. Pickpns bunted - down third base line was out at first and Foster took third. Wright walk- ed on four straight balls and stole second. Foster was caught between third and the plate. Parks grounded Philips to Sonc. No runs no hits ono error. Second Inning. Canyon: McDonald hit to Kim- brough and Miller let his hop pass McDonald taking second. Dawson hit to Hunt too hot to handle the ball rolled to center and McDonald scored Dawson taking secon...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 25 April 1925

iWM -. xw RiHC V 5" " -.. -5 Sif ;-vv N Wf' a If .. .. ' . VH Jc 1- Vl ' o 'Vi.ifliiOnfl - Ittf BID MI LAST SATURDAY fXVBKt BREAKS KBCORD OT A. A. L- JUMPS M PBBT AND 8 INCKflB The records of the state hhjh school were broken in the bread Jama made by Kay Stevens in the tfUirkt trade iid (MU Mt held on the Simmons ttatk Sateraav. In w'hWh AMIene fee lehoot won the; ehamBhawhla J 4ftttat 7. Stevens jumpee 3 ieet nad 8 inches passing his state tetord for last year by 7 jnehetJ Sftti the A "A. U. record -ineh 44 coaria within ten inehes of a the record of 24 feet and e TO ORGANIZE CRAPTBR SOON Abfiene took the 'meet with 47 Ratals Sweetwater taking second fttttta Wttfc M peines. Toler of Sweet- wator Beared 19of these being passed by StetreM by. only one point in the totals. Stevens won four places' in taw evtwts'h entered. They were! 100 yard dash 440 dash 210 dash and bread jump.; He tied the state record on the 0 making it in 10. flat. Other sehools ranked as follows t Al- bainjr 1A...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 2 May 1925

imnuijis Eraaft y -v m-'B: 8 --v 3- VOL. IX. iniafONft college .Abilene texa Saturday may a isg I NUM1ER-W. f ep t.a J ! a tf. t i I i ft. M0 ' r? T - ir - IK. .'-fcr. i If- In I .; it i V V .; i!t ' . '(0 """ LITTLE SYMPHONY HERE THURSDAY EVENING PRESENT PROGRAM OF GREAT QUXlitTY AND MUCH YARIETY The'AbIlene Little Symphony one of the three beet symphony orches- tras In this state appeared In concert at the Abilene Hall Auditorium Thursday evening in the third appear- ance of the week in this city. The orchestra had previously given con- certs at the Abilene Christian Coir lege and .McMurry College auditofi- t - urns. i Only a fair sized crowd was pres ent at the final concert' Thursday eve nine but a great lnterest'was monl- fest by all by close attention and hearty applause after all the num- bers.' The program given and the exe- cution of the numbdrs was the cquaj. of any orchestra program ever given from the Simmons ;platform. Mr. John Victor the director held his mu- sicians t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 2 May 1925

"' 4 fjF "TW &. SKWi. - 'JK !GtMbIWw S'V ( SOftHi SfcL' Qflbct Ik 8V r ft.' K'V-. &&.... :JXl i Pft . HpilPipiiliiNiiA !"8Jg8jjBVtksami ef she Student pecVel Scnuaeae faBati dMttwaiwfclMMililrili LiMmtiW iin3g olaai aMttcr Jeae IS. INistuglcc at AbUcos. Tceaj Price pet ywr.-tlOO I the Tcaes satsrOslsglate Prate first Flo Scieno. Buildhie; Each Saturday Mora. NELSON HUTTO Editor -inOW JOE JACKSON i- fiaiiMM MaMffC EARLTJOIKM Ctreulatioa Manager OarMr-JUnMMNr for this' issue:" Annie Taggatt Leonard Lynch Yenw vmoad McHaaey and. B. Marshall. TBI PAflHANT A aaacent Th Btcfcecy the Ba- tffffr i J?V ' AealeaeMSevjeeAsV ' " Otto i P. Part Managing BWf Kirel Laesr. Associate JMnor vES mm ? y m. Bapovtan vfJataV'' aawvt which jm article aiiecar- '.fH l last maVi Brand was explained. jsf aa eatUne was given of it by Mai Hobgood in chael Tuesday JsfiBksng. At the end of her synopsis of the production XIm Hobgood'ex- amassed tha wish thai; Simmons should fcajtte a making this m of t...

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