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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 25 May 1917

COMMENCEMENT NUMBER TOf? Simmons Bnrofl . i ' i ..- . i. i.i .. ii. ii . i ' .. i. .in . . . I...... i .-.. . . . .i i Vol.xl SIMMONS COLLEGE ABILENE TEXAS FRIDAY MAY 25 1917 No 32 ei . STliDENT'S ' CLOSES SUCCESS- FUL YEAR'S WORK NEW OFFICERS ELECTED FOR NEXT YEARiOTHER IMPOR. TANT BUSINESS IS TRANSACTED. i R.W. FOY PRESIDENT 1917-M8 Miss Mamie Goodnight Elected Editor- i in-Chief of The Simmons ' Brand. One of the most Important meetings this year -of tho Student Council wa3 helcl Friday May 19th. with the pros- i Idopt Mr A. C. Miller in tho chair. There helng no old' business tho presi- dent called for now. Mr Carroll Spang- ler offered an amendment to tho rules governing the presentation of tho lit- erary S. His motion was carried thereby changing the number of points from iwenty to twelve for girls. Tho Council next went Into tho se- lection of officers for tho ensuing year. Mr. Raymond Foy was unanimously elected president and Miss Pearl Mc- Call recording secretary. Ever sin...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 25 May 1917

in ie Realm of Athletics J i t ir; ELEVEN MElT RECEIVE T OR STARSJH BASEBALL FIRST ATHLETIC "S's" AWARDED TO WOMEN. At a meeting of tho students coun- cil Thursday morning Coach Brad ley awarded S's and Stars to the base- ball men who have shown themsolvcs worthy In athletics this year. Those who had received "Sis" In any other field of athlotlcs woro given stars In baseball. Instead of an additional "S" there a star was awarded. Tho men receiving special recognition ar Hardin Norman Ballew Godfrey Winters Lees White Thomas Brad- ley Newman Hunter Two women received letters tot ex- cellent work and honors won in ton- nls. They are: Tot Bryant and Johnr nto Kennedy. FOOTBALL VIRTUALLY . REINSTATEDJN SIMMONS Coach Bradley Makes Statement UNITED SUPERIOR TO TIED CAPTAIN GODFREY. Godfrey has played short stop for Simmons for three years. Ho JuBtly deserves the honor of Vearlng tho "S". Pete has won tho reputation as one of tfie "best college players in the Btate His .quick delivery and ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 25 May 1917

1 M&J m f:.:T 4': 'llr MARY-FRANCES AND G. I. H. (Continued from pago 2.) gained by their .opponents In the firpt inning. Hpod proved to bo "Ze Dona? hitter for tho Whltesocks. She swung tho bat as though It were a hickory switch in the hands of a calculating schoclmarm and sho hit tho pill too. The. lino up for tho game waB as fol- lows: irary-Franccs Catcher Ruth Barkley. Pitcher Leo Gracey. First Base Noll Weaver. Second Base Rena Llndley. Third. BaBO Fay Gaines. . ShortBtop Virginia" Lowe. . Left Fiold-Gcnova Miller. C. Field Alleen Wlllborn. Right Flold Katie Foy. O.I. II. ' Catcher Leslfo Trcadwell. Pitcher May Coll'.nB. First Base Mabel Hood. Second Base Tcar'lo Lloyd. Third' Baaor-Sallio Dobbins. Shortstop Flcda- Carter. Right Flold Franklo Osment. Left Field-rWllma Garrett. Center Field Jon Kennedy "FIs NEWMAN. Tsh" scoops all that comes into fright field. Ho has a long peg and is a good hitter. His fielding has in many instances saved the gamo foi Simmons. THE SIMMONS ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 25 May 1917

The Weekly Publication ot the Stu-1 dents of Simmons College Abilene Texas. Jtetcred as second class matter at tho 1'oat Offico at Abilene Texas under the Act of Congress March 3 1879. Subscription Price tho Year. ...$1.60 'Member ot the Texas Intercollegiate Press Association " ' " ' ' mi i i i t ii in in r . .i.m..a Staff Solected from Student Body on Merit Basis. Office Third Floor Library Building Mildred Paxton Editor-in-Chief Mamie Goodnight... Associate Editor Claudo Lloyd Editor of Corral R. TV. Foy Business Manager Horace Blackwell. Ass t Bus. Manager J J. Kcctcr Circulation Mgr. ADVISORY EDITORS: Dr. O. H. Cooper Mrs. Q. H. Sandcfer Dr. W. P. Fry. ISSUE EDITOR J. W. HODGES Staff Margaret Goodnight M. L. Hopson W. C. Martin . Myra Barnes A. C Millor Hester Gobs I). Q. Riddle Carrel Spangler Meritt Clemens draco Hord Mary Cooper Raymond Foy C. E. Nicodemus Royce Gllliiand NOTICE ADVERTISERS. Tarn Heir copy In not later than Taesiay to Reporter office or phone 417 t "call for...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 25 May 1917

ptflPW . 4 4 tiAMPtJS CLIPPINGS t Mr. 'and Mrs. Dartlctt aro visiting Jtfrs. Smith in Q. I. H. Miss Annlo Maud Aycock 1b back in Mary-Francc3 for a visit. Miss Mary Hill from Morgan !b vIb- Iting her sister Jn Q. I. H. i ' Mr. Birdscng '14 is visiting tho col- iogo'and looking over Uo camnuB. Misses Humphreys and Coffee will bo here tonight for Commencement. Mr. Cran Hardin one. of tho Sim- mons pitchers pitched a 12-0 gamo for tho Winters team "recently. Mr". Edward McFaddon a graduate of Simmons has just recolved his M. A. degree in Law rrom Columbia and is now in tho Officers Tralnig Camp at Fort Logan H. Roots at Llttlo Rock Ark. Rumor has Just reported that Mr. Milton Clayton an alumnus of Slm- monB College is to bo married to Miss Vandevantor. Mr. Hial Bynum and Mr. W. K. Jen- iilnEB have enllBted in the Medical VCorps of tho Navy. Both havo been bent home to await notlco to report Ffor service. Tho boys are anxious to begin service and are. eager to be ho among those from Sim...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 25 May 1917

si m$ P- ffRTERUl CODICIL IS ORGANIZED tjmho society Will l'robubiy !. UfAt a wolUattcjided meeting of tho Ministerial students of tho College; oil Wednesday afternoon a Ministerial Co'uncil was organized with Mr. J. L. Bagwell as president and Mr W. B. Cummlngs secretary. The object of tho organization is to afford tho student-preachers an oppor tunity to meet together and discuss their particular problems and needs. v This has been impossible heretofore and it was with quitp a bit of whole- somo enthusiasm that po Council was organized. A committee composed of tho presi- dent and secretary was designa- ted by tho ' body to prepare a designated fay tho body to prepare a suitable constitution and report at tho beginning of tho Fall Term. Another committee consisting of Messrs Nor- man Sauer and Cummlngs Was asked to enlist in tho work of tho Council those Ministerial students who were not present at tho meeting Wednes- day. " Tho organization of tho Council ts another expression if ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 25 May 1917

J BOARD OF TRUSTEES AT Domestic Science Class Entertained Trustees and Friends at Lun- chcon on Tnosdar A (group ot tho first year DomoBtlc ' "Science glrla ontortnlned tho Board of?. Trustees President Sandofor an J several mombors ot tho Faculty Tucs day at noon with a luncheon Th- menu consisted 6f: Fruit Cocktail Veal Birds on Toast. Creamed Lima Beans Potatoes in Caserole r ' Hot Rolls i Butter Rolls f Iced Tea Frozen Chdeso Salad Saratoga Flakes. Strawberry Shortcakes Tho glrlB sorvlng were Blanche Prlcp Marilou Chandler Mlna Iar- l)"y Ruby Goss Leo Allen Lucllo Brld- "well Jon Konnody Daisy Ramsoy. Each two girls wor.e responsible for tho preparation and serving of ono course. The sewing room was trans- formed into a temporary dining" room 'Rosos carnations .and ferns gave a pleasing effect to the. largo dining ta lc. Much credit is duo Miss Stamper for he excellent training which the girls exhibited on this occasion. r FINAL MEETING OF SENIOR CLASS ONE . OF UNUSUAL INTEREST ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 25 May 1917

M 4t- i 'iMtktjf "Fim IH ft Hit LAT RUUIIT Mr Ma! I would not have wrote bo soon i am plumb busted Ma youicnW. .not no spend thrift either fje- that 500 you .sent me last mo' noarlv 9 tvOAlra tlutlTao i am Irv ing toMhe Naval and may never haVo a OMnce to snlnd mutch more tnonnv low I think you orght o cdme (cross and bo liberal because this may be tho last money I'll ever ak. for any more I know It will If tho BvlckQrs feed mo enough and pay me my1 1760 per 1 guess tho girls will all wht to kiss mo because i am patrlotlck and Joined tho naval but they cant put anything by mo 1 can stand anything they can 1 know my jest girl wood but i don't care anything about so mutch of that ruff stuff rm not very sentimental ho how They have strapped mo so mutch hero until 1 ought to bo In good train lng for tho Nayal They Buro will feel frisked when 1 get on ono of Unklb Sams boats and they find out 1 don't care for strapping i know one thing tho i am going to bust tho guy In the jay that calls...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 21 September 1917

Vi i Vol. 'II SIMMONS COLLEGE AlBILENE TEXAS FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 21 1917 No. 1 .1 ' I TWENTY-SIXTH OPENING OF SIMMONS Representative Speakers Large Attendance Dr. Hal Buckner Brings Greetings from China September Ut 19H. marked tho twonty-sixtli opening of Simmon's. Considering tho great crisis in. tho affairs of. Undo Sam and thq condi- tion which exists In tho Central Wost duo to tho oxtcnlvo drouth the en- rollment so far 1 extremely natter ing AV tho oDonlnK .exorcises on last " Tuesday a week ago talks were heard ( from rinrtisontatlyo men from many I sections tf ho country who wera hor i to put their sons or daughters In Slm- J 'mons. Evoryono enjoyed .especially i i.tho words of Dr. Hal Buckner of Can- ' 'ton China who brought' grectiugs to jSImmons ffom China. His son yill bo a student In the college this year The attendance. Is provlni; tc li'i un- believably largo considering tho cir- cumstances which mut bi faced by colleges this year. An President fan- defer said. "It's har...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 21 September 1917

" HR V U c ; r f r ? p r II" ffyrSfmnumaCrmta $ The WMkly Publication of Simmons College AblleneTexas. .....! . I I . I With a Quarterly Literary Supplement "The Corral.'1 Subscription Price the Year .. $1.50 Member of the Texas Intercollegiate Press Association. Staff Selected Prom Student Body on Merit Basis. Office Third Floor Library Building R W. Foy.- Eaitor-ln-Chlef MsnUo Goodnight. . . Associate "Editor Horace Dlackwell. .. . . Business Mgr. Mamie Goodnight . .. Editor "Corral" .Reporters for This Week. D. W. Riddle John McWhorter Carroll Spanglor Mary Cooper Mildi.cd Foy Alister Goodnight Hester Gogs J. D. Sattdefer Jr. Margaret Norvel. NOTICE ADVERTISERS. Turn new copy in not later than Tuesday to Reporter office or phone 167 to "call for new copy." They Shall Not Pass. It 1b said that of all the. great' amount of literature inspired by the greatest war In history the most striking and potent is to bo found In tho Blogan .of France "They shall not pass." This year Simmons ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 21 September 1917

M V Y 1'IIILOS AJW MAItl'-K'S IN JOINT SESSION Tho Mary-E's and phllos met as 13 their annual custom in Joint scsalon f6r their first moeting laBt Saturday afternoon. With an enthusiasm and loyalty characteristic of these two so- cieties old mombors had been work ing in bohalf of flioso organizations and when the testing time came thoy wero not found wanting. Judging front tho extraordinarily largo numbor 'of new mombors it was the enthusias tic opinion of all that "Tho Mary-E's and Phllos are tho very best''' A very entertaining program was tendered. Mr. D. Q; Rlddlo told In his delightfully witty way. why he. waB a Philo. Miss Morris' solo and several other musical features wero heartily applauded. Mr. Eugeno Buihett n Philo and n 191C Simmons' graduate who was here from the United States Naval Academy spending his acailcn told of those things for which Mary- E's "and Phllos stand and remlndod them that thoy should bo "first of all for SlmQim.'W Ho also related many Interesting fa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 21 September 1917

Simmons . . Students See'th'nt new Belt-Ail-Round Model in "Varsity Fifty-Five" "Sjt Suits' made-by '.-' Schaffner r 6 Marx In all the nifty new patterns? They are "keen". Plenty of other fixings to go with them. f Minter Dry Goods Co. Let Us Show You. NEW MEMBERS ADD STRENGTH TO ALREADY SUPERB FACULTY (Continued from pago one.) T. H. D. He was a student in the Uni- versity of Virginia and Chicago. For sixteen years he has been Dean of Howard College resigning to take the position of Profesor of Latin and Greek here. Dr. Q. D. Davidson Prof of Modern languages is a graduate and Ph. D. of the University of Virginia. He has also studied at John Hopkins and is without doubt ono of the most thor- ough scholars in his field that Sim- mons has ever had. ;yProf. L. O. Campbell head of the English department holds both B. A. and M. A. degrees from Tulano Uni- versity. This past year he was a mem- ber of the faculty of the University of Oklahoma and while there coached their victorious debat...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 28 September 1917

T ( 1 V-. Vol. II SIMMONS COLLEQE ABILENE TEXAS AY SEPTEMBER 28 1917 m No. 2 TENNIS. TO RECEIVE SPECIAL EMPHASIS SENIORS 0R6ANIZE CLASS OF 1918 LYCEUM ARRANGEMENTS MEMBERS CONTEST FOR 0. & 0. FOOTBALL PROSPECTS NEARING COMPLETION CONTINUE TO BRIGHTEN WVlWj"FTi8TWW' TrT' hT f l.JBT 9Y 'Tr-T'T.B' tTWrr p jujt- f 1 s- Class Tournament to Begin About Thanksgiving Prize Cnps To All' Simmons Tennis Shark. Coach Martin Is planning to havo bomethlng interesting in tennis. Be- ginning'' about Thanksgiving thero will be a claBS tournament. Including Seniors Juniors Sophomores Fresh- men and Sonior Academy classes. In addition to this much interest will bo shown in the Individual con- test for All-Simmons Tennis Shark. A beautiful loving cup will bo tho prizo for tho successful contestant. Sovoral boys and a few girls are already getting themselves in condi- tion. Thq courts are boing cleaned and mado ready. Simmons should produco a quartet of two each of tho two sexes that could put Slmir...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 28 September 1917

tk. Seiraimm3Bnmd & Tho Weekly PlleaUo& of Simmons Oellogo AMIob Tum; With a Quarterly XMwaryki4plmeat ho.Cori!." " &Herlptio Prim the YMr...fl.S0 Mombof of the Txaa Intercollegiate Press Association. SKafC Selected Prom Student Body on Merit Basis. Office. Third Floor Library Building JC W. Foy Editor Jn-Chlef ' Horace Blackwell Business Mgr. Je. C. McWhorter Circulation Mgr. Mamie Goodnight Editor "Corral" Reporters for Week; t. Q. Riddle Jho. C. McWhorter Car- roll Spasgler Solon R. Fcathcrstone Mary1 Cooper Margaret Norvell Henry Davis. ' - ' NOTICE ADVtRtlSRS. Turn new copy Irt net' later than Tuesday to Reporter 'effiee 'or phone 167 to "call for new copy"." . Muolc makes things the merrler.J Just for that reason let's tako advan- tage of the splendid opportunities 'be- ing offered "by the voice and other musical instructors to make things hum' around "Old Sim" this year. Let's sing her praises with a. 'Glee Club a College Quartette a Band and aa Orchestra. Let's f...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 28 September 1917

it: "INFORMATION CONCERNING! TRY OUT FOR MEMERItHIP IN O. AND D. CO U NOIL. (From CoHstitHtlon and By-Laws L'of Couneil.) 'Article II Section 3 ."Membership limited: Membership shall be limited to male students of Simmons College At no time shall membership exceed thirty active members." Article X. Membership contests Ilules. Section 1 The Oratorical and Debating Council of Simmons College shall hold ono membership contest per college term. At these contests only three fourths of the membership vacancies may bo filled. There shall be two kinds of contests debating and oratorical. The question for debating 'shall bo posted three weeks beforo ' contests are to be held. Applicants must bo prepared to debate either af- firmative or negative. Applicants . in oratorical contests shall not bo allowed to hear each other in delivery of ora- tions. Any orator found guilty of "plagarism shall be eliminated from the contest. 'Section 2. Debating contests (a) Tlmo: Each speaker shall have seven ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 28 September 1917

I I IV t i ' I Simmons SA. ""R .. ' ft'. "" . "V :7T..7k. "jl raMt-All-RounModcl in "Yaiiiftyyo" fey A" .. t SuitsTnado by ' it; ' . n Schaffner & Marx i art - A In'alffthe nitty new patterns T They ore "kccn' othci fixings to go with them. Plenty of MRKWORKS EXMJCTED AT HEICHSTAG MEETING feter Dry Goqdp. JLet Us Show you. tr?- i CAXPUS CLirriNGS Miss Emma Evans 17 loft Monday tor Fort "Worth to enter the Seminary; ': " EdifVjn SHlnnor ot Dalllnger was aeon 'on the campus for a. few days 'last 'week. bon Russel made his weekly trip .to Balrd last Saturday (to visit homo folks.) ; Pete Cowan football player Tuesday. a former Simmons wasi on the Campus wore en route homo Mississippi relatives. from a visit to- Jess Stevens ot Weinert was down taking la the circus last Saturday and says he will bo in school the remain der o he term. Mrs. V E. Routh '15 accompanied y-Mrs. Routh camo over from Hamlin to see the circus and to visit their sis- ters MisseB Hattlo Routh and Gladys Cain A...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 5 October 1917

?"- w w 'Tra.ffor"fF-' ClllWW"gWrt'r i-tr-T r -- h--j!yrTW-TTSr-TrjtTTT: m 1 Vol. II SIMMONS COLLEGE ABILENE TEXAS FRIDAY OCTBER 5 1917 No. 3 TT TT"0 J'1laf?rTP"ff"r "J!Jf SW r I ' ! I& h I V. M. C.A. RECEPTION IS MEETING GROUND FOR NEW STUDENTS CanpHB Triangle Is tho Sccno of Much Handshaking In tho First Re- ception of too Year The campus trianglo 'wbb tho scono on last Saturday evening of that much- talked of annual get-together recep- tion of tho Y. W. A. and Y. M. C. A. Which was' somewhat' delayed this year. Members of theso organizations speedily made tho now students and 4 faculty feel that they wcro moro than welcome and a general Jollification took placo with moro than ono moon spreading rndianco about. Two lines woro thori formed om of tho now students and members of tho faculty tho other of tho old. Tho old Simmonsites then greeted tho new tflth hearty hand shakes and every- body' met everybody else. Tho lines were then broken and of course with a full moon to lead t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 5 October 1917

- i - -- - Tho Weekly Publication of SImmoni V JplJego A&lleno Tojcbb. "With a Quarterly Literary Supplement ""Tho Corral." - - '. .1 . i .Mi i i. Subscription Price tho Yoar... .$1.50 iK : Mehibor ot tho Texas Intercollegiate Press Association. . Staff Solccted From Student Body on Morlt Basis. Office Third Floor Library Building. R. W. Foy. . Edltor-ln-Chlcf Mamie Goodnight Associate Editor Horace Ulackwell-13u8ine98 Mgr. Jno. C. McWhorter Circulation Mgr. Mamie Goodnight-. -.JEdltor "CorraP ' Reporters for Week. D. Q. Riddle Mildred Foy Jno. C. McWhortor Florence 'Patton Carroll Sp'an'gler Itoubon Norman- Margaret Norvoll Vornon McCaBland NOTICE' ADVERTISERS. ' ' Turn new copy lr( n6t later than Tuesday to Reporter office or phone 167 to "call for new copy." The Status f The Brand. Just what Is tho status of Tho 'Brand in its relationships to Simmons College and to the other publications of Simmons is a question which just at present seems to be troubling some persons who hav...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 5 October 1917

P1R8T GAMfi IMTOltT. ANT TO T1U COWIIOYS (Continued from pago 1.) substitutes in order to sco Just whnt ho htis. Since tho last issuo of Tho Brand a gamo has been arranged with "Vayland College at Plalnvlow tho dato not being known to Tho Bratid. Tho schedulo now reads ns follows: N. T. S. N. at Abilene Oct. 8;' Howard Payne C611ogo at Ablono Oct 20; Bay- lor at Waco Oct 27; Howard Payno at Brownwood November 12 and Wayland nt Planviow JUDGt AIWELt OFFERS MEDAL FOR BEST ESSAY "Lights That Never Fall' Is the Prescribed Subject For The Contest. Other Conditions to be Arranged by The Faculty. BACHELOR FACULTY Willi DUCK ROASTING Those male members of tho faculty wliho are (as yete) single now havo nt least ono reason to compliment on. their unified mode of living. On Thursday evening Dr. and Mrs W. F. Fry were hosts to them nt a genuine old North Carolina duck roastng. During tho course of .the ovenlng Df. Fry Intimated that the lady mem- bers of the faculty who arc enjoying the same u...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 5 October 1917

Simmons '&.' Students ' 'M j '-: jiWi1' If Sootimtnow Belt-All-Round iwfi: .'' r ' l Suits made by Hejrt. Schaf frier 6v Marx v:v !.:' H - 'v In' all tho nifty new patterns? .. other fixings to TVISfe- FW-r rl ' 'evil i 'ft Lot Us Show You. COWDEN HALL NOTES. Georgo Ashburn went homo Sunday- to get some buttermilk and fried chicken. Frank Armstrong . nnd Thomas Lynch were at Frank's home in Merkel Sunday and Monday. Rov. Paul "Watanahl lectured at Balrd Sunday on "The Religion and Customs of .Japan.'' A Cowden Hall freshman wants to know if It will ruin an electric light to flash It many times. ' Solon It. Fdatherston visited in As- pcrmont the first of the week. Ho reports that ho had plenty to eat while there Willie Jackson a Simmons student for tho past two ydars and a one time resident of Cowden Hall is. back for the year. Several of the Cowden Hall boyB think they have an excellent voice. Some of them have been trying their voices in serenading parties but with- out much su...

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