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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 10 October 1925

A J W.. THE SIMMOfyS BRAND OCTOBBR II IMS. '4. Bowboys Beat Oklahoma Teachers in ' t MM Game. 16 A ' $ r ji- i i t? ;- i . . v mm ff - ' Estes ' 2 Touchdowns Kimbrough 's im-it- - Yard Drop Kick Features of Game . Through Estes' two touchdowns and Kimbrough's field goal Simmons -Was able to send tho Southwestern Oklahoma Teachers back to Oklaho- '" ma 'with the small end of a 16 to 0 ' ' score In the game played on Parra- - ' -.more Field last Saturday. 'a Hitting a heavy iine dashing ' ' around some top-notch ends and holding 'the same heavy line enabled . the Cowboys to "win the third game of 'the season without being scored ' i on. The Oklahonia team proved to : be all that was promised of it. Time after time were the Cowboy lino hlt- ' ters hurled back with very little ot ' - no 'gain. Jackson and Shockloy serv- ed as the brick walls In tho defense pi the Teachers . It was along in tho second quarter X that- the doubt was really removed v i from the minds of tho Simmons sup- ' "...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 10 October 1925

vsjv KjJLf tJm w tmmm tau ooromnt it iw. -ft w ft- SA A. COLLEGE VjHKWSW . 1QV young ptople meat of Wham 1NM stadania 1a StmAone hare jolh- ' Um Collet Heirjlta Bapttat Cfcutefc tine Sept. l aMmttng to an wewitwniint mad by Pastor Chas. A. Powell at the Mttag service last The Sanda School wh aroweled frith new ttwlafttc eapaeiallfr in the yoMf P 4ertit.. The B. T. P. U.'a fit fa number well bad man a aiawftara to join 'at the Nfdar nrantiMt JntWr')Hmr. OVer MO eothto itttdanta1 were iri attend' um at the Bl Y.P. U. general -Meeting; SAteathmal1 Director; .Foreman Tin pastor announced through the etomfe -p1Mr and'' frm the pulpit la fcmiajrtlfc'oomhut to Abilene of thaler. &K' rkiwypaetor-of the I1lBahrt-(iMi:efBkburiH!tt; Tata) to bold f the ehurch revival iMatfag-.wMek 'starts the .third Sun- day in October.' Reverend Finney is .a powerful; speaker . anil a -widely kmrnaerwigeilst and a great meet- tag is axpaetad.' -.- o -. t " WATTS TELLS HOW TO . MAKE1 SCIENCE INTERESTING Ha...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 17 October 1925

'"i.WS .'V . OH TO VICTWtr ovttt tw HOWfl FMI AT rOtT tWtffi TfoAY! TOe JB a Sraiil on tp victory ovkl life TRINITY TIGERS At .WAXAHACHIE NOV. 11 VOLUME X SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY OCTOBER 17 1925. PRICE 5c NUMBER 5. rv ' .' COWBOYS MEET STRONG T. C. U. . TEAM m CLARK HP AT FORT WORTH THIS AFTERNOON HARD GAME EXPECTED - BY BOTH AGGREGATIONS FROGS HAVE SLIGHT EbGE ON DOPE BUT COWBOYS ABE FROM MISSOURI. BOTH TEAMS IN GOOD SHAPE Three Hundred Abilene Fans to Be On Hand to Cheer for SimmonitcB. Whether or not a good T. I. A. A. team Is of the same calibre of tho best in the Southwestern Conference -will bo demonstrated this afternoon on tho Texas Christian University gridiron in Fort Worth when Coaches Shotwcll's and Payne's University Cowboys clash with the T. C. U. Horned Frogs in one of tho feature pigskin battles of the season for Simmons. Coach Shotwoll says that tho Cow- boys wjll have to play a first class game to even hold the Horned Frogs. The .aggressiveness of...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 17 October 1925

y r 't NCA .& ' a is . . ' V firamonjiBrand WmUt by tlM .ttfm Ctab in tfca Inter f tb tetont Body of Stamena Uaivwrsity. ' IbtmmA m mcond claw Kttttor Jub M 1T at the PoateAM ftt AfeUeM jpAC ywif $2.M 3999CS of Um Tomm Iat-Cllsgi8te fctt-t .QH Pint Moor SeteoM BiWisg Sotarday Morning. OTIS D. CARTER AHfcw-ia-CUef RARLYJOINBR Bwfow Manager C&tRLBB P. MILLER Sfwrtii Editor 4 BofartoM for this iesuei Leonard Lynch Verna Smith Loii EngHeh Merrell Lacy Mary HanklM. Joe .Barton Dorothy Sal- kaM George Parks T. L. Wright Mary Hanfteid Virginia Daniels Ivy Mode Btbel Shaw Mr. and Mrs J; W HomWsob and Dow Patterson GOING? Bow many have decided to make tko trip to Waeo 7 It's going to he a tract a&d a rare opportunity. The Moot Magbnt men of the state will peak' ok the challenges that come to college men and women challenges which taint be met. by1 the youth of AMorioa In order to preserve those in- tStaUone held dear by. our. fathers. You will War prominent men discuss topic of p...

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

t ' ft) . I THE SIMMONS BRAND OCTOBER 17 19& FAQS' mSSm ""jT'fH'T"? '"" TO LEAD PEP AT FORT WORTH PROBABLE LINE-UP OF TEAMS WIT "SlljyHj u Hit IUU'1 I1 r ' .BTftff i $Wmi& . 'V' ' X-: iVv uvw. daw ' w w mb ' !i mi MMg w-- .JBBBBBWWBw-jBft WBBBBBBBBB B"r kBmmmmmmmI''''"' Years' Simmons No' 7 14 11 12 21 13 0 '1 17. 8 ' 23 Wt. 108 100 170 173 183 174 1G5 165 160 160 108 Ex. 1 3 2 2 3 3 2 4 3 2 4 Player Bounds Vaughn Rathfncll Plttman McCnslnnd 'S. Morris Jennings Dillingham (c) Q. B. Estcs Walker Kimbrough Simmons Substitutes: 3 100 2 100 10 165 18 153 10. 168 10 106 24 106 15 100 4 100 22. 185 20 18ft 0 HA 146 133 1 1 1 1 2 3 1 1 2 3 1 1 1 1 Lynch Full Stevens Half' Compton Half Wells Q. Bcckhqm 'End Wright End Pickens T. Marshall T. Armour' G. R. Morris G. Bryan C. Daniels & . Atwood Half. Grubbs Half T. C. U Years Position Player Ex. Wt. No. U. E. Matthows ' 1 183 31 K. T. Wolf 1 185 24 R. G. Greer. 1 176 2 Center Washnion 3 102 33 L. G. . Levy 3 100 A L. Brewster 2 207...

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

R PAGE FOUR TO gfttotOflg JftAftP. OCTOBER 17 1924 nru'i; HISTORIC LETTERS ARE ADDED TO CRANE LIBRARY I PHYSICAL EDUCATION FIVE YEARS AGO ' ' milW i. I. mi .11 ' i H jmWb xRir iB" 111 ImJ' wBjl riK ii goats fflraili I Stylish and I R jt 1 1 Becoming I Vu W Luxurious yvL' u tor 7rns ij 1 JL Let us show you a wonderful assortment of thoso Smart Coats 1 iraHSffWilWliffBBEfjcni UBMSSBBJSHgBrSSesJSJSKSK 'i : a : Rfl Y. P. KUIIN Gym Coach. SIMMONS SLEUTHS SECURE ' BANNER FROM DENTON .NORMAL TEACHERS BARNYARD PHILOSOPHY DY nULLOTON DILL Never judge the value of a man's time by the speed of his car. And you can notlco how important a man wjll try to appear when away from home. Too many boys use the old man's car when looking for & wife. The quickest way.to make a grouch out of a man is to toko his pocket book away from him. v Did you ever notice what a wonder- ful marriage a girl makes when she gets an out of town boy? If wives would spend as much time trying to please their husbands as...

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

fflV SimmonsBnmfl i BEAT TRINITY BEAT HOWARD PAYNE SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY OCTOBER 24 1925. VOLUME X NUMBER 6. T.C.U.FR0GS SWAMP SIMMONS COWBOYS About 440 Simmons Fans to Ft. Worth on T. & P. Special PARADES IN CISCO RANGER AND EASTLAND SATURDAY MORNING BY CLAUDINE OLSEN Tho Simmons University pa- rade led by the "famous cow- boy" and girls pep squad was said to be the best parade ever staged In Port Worth accord- ing to tho City Manager of tho city of Fort Worth. Just as the gray streaks of dawn began to lengthen across tho eastern sky tho Simmons Special pulled out from tho Texas and Pacific Station for Fort Worth carrying with It four hundred and forty football "fans" and boosters for the Simmons Cow- boys. Excitement grow more and more tense when the week before it was not certain that a special train could bo secured to make tho Fort Worth trip possible. Two hundred tickets had to bo sold by ten o'clock Mon- day October 12 and it was nnnounccd in chapel th...

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

w Hf Two THE SIMMONS BRAND SATURDAY OCTOBER 24 1925. " 2 dtr$iRim8n5&r?iitri NtHebed Weekly by the Simmons Press Oh in the Interest of the SUeOowt Bedy of Simmons . University. Entrel as seeoed class matter June 22' 1917 at the Postoffice at Abilene Texas. Subscription Price per year $2.00 Member at the Texas Inter-Collegiate Press Association. Offices First Floor Science Building Published Bach Saturday Morning. OTIS D. CARTER Editor-in-Chief EARLY JOINER Business Manager CHARLES P. MILLER Sports Editor Reporters for this issue i Leonard Lynch Verna Smith Louise English Merrcll Lacy Mary Hacking Joo Burton Dorothy Sal- keld George Parks T. L. Wright Mary Hamfleld Virginia Daniels Ivy Rhodes Ethel Shaw Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Henderson Dow Patterson Grace Miller and Joe Burton. SIMMONS TRADE TRIPPERS 1 We take pleasure in calling the at- tention of every student and faculty member to our special page of adver- tising entitled "Simmons Goes Trade Tripping and Gets Acquainted.'' This p...

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

?3fe- i5 3 ..: . l THE SIMMONS BRAND SATURDAY OCTOBER 24 192& AlM ' SIMMONS GOES TRADE TRIPPING AND GETS ACQUAINTED! Every student and faculty member should carefully read every ad below-If your same is found in any of them - well you are just lucky that's all More ads and names next week. Waters-Wheeler Drug Co. -Welcomes every Simmons trade Tripper ami presents Miss Lela May Heard theft- faithful yell leader with a dainty rcmcmlirance. "SERVICE fflTfl A SMILE" HEADQUARTERS FOR REAL RODEO GOODS-EVERY DAY A SIMMONS DA Dear Simtnonitcs: ( Wo are all ready for your visit with wonderful values In Rodeo Goods for' tho Cowboys' and dainty apparel and accessories for tho co-eds. If you see Early Joiner tell him to call on us and we'll do our liest to send him home with a real Cowboy Stetson. Simmonously yours Young Dry Goods Store m I BjaiSJSISISJSJSjaiSISISIHTE !2lEfi3J3jai2J3fi3J ED. H. GEISS Jr. SIGNS For EVERY PURPOSE Lot mo help you with your signs and banners PARADES AND CIRCUSE...

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

' PAOt POUR .llllllilLJll'lll THE SIMMONS BRAND SATURDAY OCTOBER 24 1925. S. U. DBLMGATB8 LEAVE FOR B. 8. U. CONVENTION '(Continued from Page One) COWBOYS WILL MEET CANYON TEACHERS TODAY (Continued From Pago Qe( 7:00 7:1B 7:25 7:30 8:00 8:10 9:15 9:30 10:15 11:00 11:45 12:30 Trwtt delivered the opening inspira- tional address of the convention on Friday evenin October 23. The sub- ject of his address was "The College Student Facing God' Challenge." Dr. Truett Is ono of the ten greatest preachers in America. Tho conyen- tkm is very fortunate in having Dr. Truett open the meeting. Dr. Scar- borough will speak Saturday evening on Ihe BUbjcctj "God's Challenge of the Youth of Today To Be." Presi- dent Brooks Dr. McConncll Dr. Groner Secretary Gardner and Dr. Bailee will give lectures of interest throughout tho convention. The pro- gram follows: Friday .Evening October 23rd .6:30 Opening Song Service Prof; and Mrs. I. E. Reynolds Southwestern Baptist Theo logical Seminary Fort Worth. Wel...

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

"! V -jk ?'vt . "g. ';'.v '-P r i i.'r.i a in) ininiMi'lfcjtjpA ' BEATTRWrn JtAT DA1EL IAW SIMMON UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY 0CTflW1al 1923. VOLUME X Wfo&Lfr' '" f ?&&& jti .aw-ABBa.. mivL. BBUPgagga aanarBak. bbbbbbbhbt-w bbbb sr bbbb-bbbbbbbl .bbbsbbbt bbv"bbbu BBgBBBr bbbbi .bbt BikBu .BBBaaanBBg. -asvrvBg t uB.dzm..r bb bl bb. bbbbbbbbl ti' 'bbs? -Br'BK vbt bbt. BBaYBBr m -bb - -bbl. iBBFJ.BBT'Bes-v bbbbi .Bat. "-bbbw" gBBBrBBB" vbbt bbt wbbtsbb v a ept 1 1 1 5 1 1 ft mil itn in i w jam. ? .;. BBBb BBL BB. BB .BBBBmlVW BB BBa BBL BBL BBL. BBLUBBLi BBn BB 'BBL. BBl iBhW ItBBL HV A. BBl BB BB. BBE.I' BBFf BL. BBi fcflBI i 1. . .-.'. '" ;'?'tfL i..vV:- rk. "'(: biC;- fc.. .'5. &T- ' T COWBOYS SIMMONS U. WELL REPRESENTED AT M It CONVENTION AT WACO kav1 larg18t dklwiation of Any school-baylor k. - SBCOND MCE fGETS NEXT MEETIKG 'Wrong Program Carried Out With ' Magr Good Thtnjf Being . ' Accompltftltcd. Stwimdtw University was repreeen- d by pixty-Beven dele...

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

' "Tf iftV . iim JV " 'i .lk . Nt;y. ?. nrz 'La ' ..n.' V - lit ( -f I" . s5 K-V v it' t' i Simmons Br. uul Weekly by the Often ta Um ltoeret ( tha Mr f Utrettt Jane V' taVllUT at Um PMtdne at AMUR giii ian. 5 VHPtfipuMi Prion nor yc H Vint Pie BcfcaM BtriMtng anasoVanSJfli genOn sHnfeney JBwriinHr Wit ii-.Ti i hit'i i. ir "' """gtarrmV-MrrTa on a cura r Etfto-h-CW ' aUMeYJ&itisft CtaAftU(8 .' MILLBR Sparta after for this issue: Ueaard Lanth YerMn ; Smith LonlaV English Merre.1; Lacy Mary Hankina Joe Bnrtan;' Ihxothy Sal- koW. Oeorge Patki.".-'. Tffright Mary Hamfleld Virginia Daniels Ivy Rhodes HthaTShawi Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Henderson BoW Patterson Jee Burton. aaeew..euaeir' ."a??- Vv COVAJL AIATIYE LITERATURE U fin Wotaaa to Reeeive Ph. D. Degree Jm Baron ean if XJttrenHr ' " " The tent wbntnn m Surope to re- eeive tiM degree; DosW of PhSoep Sky in Consnniaiiva Literature was JUsa Crystal Kay U of Xoekhart Wans who spoke to' the faeatty and stu ghats of Shannons University at I...

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

7W..f ' -kt -V '' . ' i .j V THE SIMMONS BRAND: SATURDAY. . ' - itaArS. J i " " " Kwti v vui.v0un.ioi. yytT .. i.. ' - r . . . Wt SIMMONS GOES TRADE TRIPPING AND GETS ACQUAINTED! Every student and faculty member should carefully read every ad beloWIf your name is found in any of thorn well you are just lucky that's all More ads and names next week. t iiMHmmmmmmmmmemmmmmmmumm&&vm Waters-Wheeler Drug Co. -Welcome every Simmons Trade Tripper and presents MIm 1 Lois kincatd with a dainty remembrance. "SERVICE mm A SMILE mmmmimMMxmm Dear Simmons Folks: We stilt have rodeo' goods for your special approval and new things arriving weekly. We thoroughly enjoy your Visits. Make this store .'yours while in the city. ' ' " Yours for service . ; Young Dry Goods Store 0. H. QEISS Jr. SIGNS For EVERY PURPOSE Let me help you with your signs and banners PARADES AND CIRCUSES CLEVERLY- HANDLED 1151 'North Second Phono 779 IfnmDCTDIBiniDMDM mmmf&&&&mmmmimmm THE STYLE SHOP CONTIN...

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

v. ."- i;-- lW Ijli '" V i ...... - - -. 1 .. ? . rkfli wwjb . . ..-.; . ?; - . ..J ..... '-f.. Afefeffc tb Wgf pay bfooten ft i$.t asb " i ' w- 1 ?pr COWBOYS TO PLAY DANIEL m i p. BAKER ML BILLIES TODAY t . Y MEET YOUR FRIENDS AT PRESLEY'S GlETvSHOP " k- ' J- Sirwtt Vwlil -1' IOVHO r 5s ' V .;; -1 K . sftc r v v..;.. Pretty Dresses for street wear are here in 'Satin Satin Faced Crepe ilwntttUe 'ami Satin and Velvet combinations in th new flared ami tw6pfeee models. Th are trimmwl with touches of lace. tX collar and cuffs contrasting piping liiclcs and fancy sleeve finishings. Lovely styles for the business girl college girl. and Where who need general wear dresses. They are carefully made oorfeotly;. styled and are. outstanding values; Ranging m rWfroMi il8.7S to J67.50. . " ' Iff- " 1." -r ? - ' ' ' F - .... . . ' .' m EQUIPMENT IN S. U. FINE ARTS DEPARTMENT Five new pieces of statuary thirty new mounting boards for 'the Interior Decorating class extensions to all desks and new st...

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

ie Stmmtms Brand TKN BEAT TRINITY AMD HOWARD PAYNE . norm wu '"Trtrmonup J HCtOtY SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY NOVEMBER 7 1925. PRICE 5 CENTS NUMBER 8 VOLUME X COWBOYS WIN GAME FROM NORTH TEXAS EAGLES 10-0 ' f S. U. COWBOYS CORRAL DANIEL BAKER HILL BILLIES BROWNWOOD TEAM OUTPLAYS SIMMONS IN FIRST SCORE 24-7. BAND AND ROOTERS ATTEND IIiI Billies Make First Score i Forward Pass to Trammel. on Tho Simmons Cowboys had a hard iime getting the Daniel Baker Hill Billies down for tho 24 to 7 count in tho university squad's third T. I. A. A. game played at Brownwood last Saturday. Tho hundred rooters at the game and tho other thousand Simmons fans at home held their breaths and caressed their favorite rabbits' feet during the first 'two quarters of tho game. Tho score was 7 to 0 in favor of tho Goats at the end of the first period and .was 7 to 7 at the end of the first half. Before the Cowhands had settled in their saddles Patterson passed to Trammcll over the goal linq and tha...

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

BMBTH222JJi222 Bin tf' fV? i ? ' V. ' MMWMi Waakl by ft fNH CMs iii tin btterttt tke. Dliid i Body rf Sinmons TJahrsrshy. '". "' " ' -;--?!' attsMd m attend eaas aU Jane tt 117 at the Potofffe at Abilene TBGMi. Owhaisrlsttkm Price per year. .$2.00 Member tot tbe Tasaa Inter-Collegiate -t Frees Association. OMee: First Floor Science Building .Fablfefced Bach Saturday Morning. OTIS D CARTER Editor-in-Chief EARLX JOINER Business Manager charlbs p. Miller Sports Editor Oovrtesy is the lubrieaat that keeps the wheels of commerce running smoothly. Between employer and employe it stops strife in the bud. Between merchant and .patron it is one of the greatest single factors in satisfactory commercial dealing. Courtesy is the excess of breeding over business. To old persons and children courtesy is given as a matter of course; to peoplo in ordinary re- lationships it comes as the best indi- cation of good manners and a genteel nature. C. I. A. Lasso. SIMMONS ROOTERS SEE COWBOYS TROUNCE D.B.C...

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

THE SIMMONS BRAND SATURDAY NOVEMBER 7 192& ana SIMMONS GOES TRADE TRIPPING ft K- AND GETS ACQUAINTED! Every student and faculty member should carefully read every ad below--If your name is found in any of them - well you are just lucky that's all -- More ads and names next week. MmMMnKmmmnmms!mlSslsssssss V ODTOJMnroOJB THE STYLE SHOP Presents This Peek a Line of Silk Underwear Knickers and Kimonos that Are Both Serviceable and Dainty 1 1 Our Coats and Hats allow prices that make It possible for Thanksgiving shoppers to find garments and accessories that are exclusive and reasonable in price. This week's compliments of shop exiended to Miss Allcen Smith. Waters-Wheeler Drug Co. Welcomes every Simmons Trade Tripper and present Miss Gladys Durks 'with a dainty remembrance. "SERVICE WITH A SMILE Service on All Makea of Typewriters and Adding Machines! Abilene Typewriter Service GUY D. PRAWSHAW Manager Cordially invites Mr 5am Morris to call at his place of business. :::: 1151 North...

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

PAQB FOUR THE SIMMONS fiftAND. SATURDAY NOVEMBER 7 1925. ki ' II II l 101 lii M 1 THE CAMPUS SHOP THIBIS TO ANNOUNCE THE OPENING OP THE NEW GENTS FURNISHING AND LADIES READY-TO-WEAR SHOP just. off the campus on ambler ave. Everything for the University Student Can Be Found in Our New and Complete Stock we abe backing simmons and we hope to see you in our new store soon! 2 PLAYS PRESENTED BY S. U. PLAYERS MONDAY EVENING MEMBERS OF BRAND STAFF OF 1921 NOW EDITORS IN ABILENE That tho Brand Staff of 1920-21 Is making good is a fact verified- by re- ports from various members three of whom are now holding responsible journalistic positions in Abilene. Sam Mai one Homer Hutto and J. II. Barrett all members of the 1921 Brand Staff have made the Brand proud of them by becoming successful journalists. Mr. Malone who was editor-in-chief of the Brand is now editor of the "West Texas Baptist" and publicity director of Simmons University. Mr. Hutto who was ex- change editor of tho Brand is "now ...

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

-.' A- tflEN BEAT HOWARD PAYNE SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY' NOVEMBER 14 1925. PRICE 5 CENTS NUMBER-9 VOLUME X 7.53 flrSimraanspmBl . timmm OOWIOTS COWBOYS DEFEAT TIGERS 9-7 COWBOYS .GIVEN RECEPTION AT SMITH HALL THURSDAY EVENING r r JAM MORRIS MAKES SPEECH IN RB8P0NSK TO.WKLGOME OF HALL 'GIRLS MUSICALNUttBERS RENDERED SeWHear and Eats Are Enjoyed By Victorious Simmons U. Cewbeya STATE EXAMINER OF COLLEGES MAKES GOOD. REPORT OF SIMMONS By Louise English Quite a happy conclusion to the jvictory of Nor. 11 when tho Cowboys -returned to the campus was tho ro- tation awaiting: them at Smith Hall -? iltpmiSm to(7;30 Thursday evening. "J he hall was decorated in keeping " '.with Armistice day . "In the crisis of a football game" said Sam Morris in his response to. the welconle given by Smith Hall l"therel one-man unnoticed by the crowd bat appraised by his fellow- teen on the gridiron who relieves the critical situation and makes possible ' a spectacular play by the halfbacks...

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

o H' .V . rWl Uf StttrawftBnwd far tfca Pitta Ctab fee ta latere ' tte Body of SfaMMOM KaUMd m nmtd daee miter June U t17 at the Poetelriee at AWeae THE SIMMONS BRAND SATURDAY NOVEMBER 14 192$. sjsnuuuuuuuuununsjajcmaasaflraHgaenauuB Priee aer year $2.03 tin Ihh Iater-Cellegiate Ikuu A ui41Ub FtAt Floor Seteaee Baildlng lhpaHea.d Beea Setardey Mornii. OTIS D. CARTER SwHer-fa-Chie EARLY JOINER CKAKLM P. MILLER Sparta Editor Reverters for thla issue: Leaiee English Joe Burton Doro- tkr SaUcekL George Parks T. L. . Wright Mary Hamfield Viginia Deatek Ivy Rhodes Ethel Shaw Mr. aad Mrs J. W. Henderson. ealtore or of MMf eftaraeteriettaa wvuk haye brougat xorth walae ana belittling language ami inestimable uiecourteeiee but Irinlty University is as great today as sae was the aays that tfayler and Kke left the llela aeieated. As explained by one aim menu supporter "Ihey were sick af ter the game but we didn't let them prooa over the inevitable outcome. VVe painted the countryside red." mos...

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