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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 6 February 1926

ffijp Simmons Brand VOLUME X SIMMONS UNIVERSITX ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY FEBRUARY 6 1926. PRICE 5 CENTS NUMBER 19 E 1 m' I & IV I. '1 .f-. iT ' W ' DEDICATE NEW GYM WITH WIN OYER H. P. YELLOW JACKETS FRL LOSE SECOND GAME SATURDAY NIGHT DESPITE GREAT COMEBACK COWBOYS OFF FORM SAT "Foreman" Pickens HlRh Point Man In First Game With Left Hook Determined to mnkc the dedica tion of the Cowboy Corral n complete success tho Simmons University Cowboys staged n comeback In the last hnlf of the game Friday night and overcome the 12 to 5 lead which tho Howard Payne Yellow Jackets had stacked against the Abilene men winning the -first gnmc of the series for Simmons by n score of 22 to 18 Tho first half of the game showed tho best playing to be on the side of the Howard Payne aggregation just as much as did the expert form of playing switch over to the ranch- men's side in tho lntter part of the game. The Cowboys showed good form in the guarding nnd passing de- partments of the gnmc but showed...

Publication Title: Simmons Brand, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 6 February 1926

THE SIMMONS llRAND SATURDAY FEBRUARY 6 1926. ''BSS&sSZm I Braafl "vSjSjmy MT NM VHMBAOttfl Pnm Oh hi ml Interest of the Bedy of UatartKy. Baferw m MeBd dm matter Jane ' Mlf t the Pwtofflce at Abilene f Bwfceirfritoa Price per year2.9 of the Texas Inter-Collegiate Frees Association. QTe: First Floor Science Building Patltahcd Sach Saturday Morning. OTIS D. GARTER BdRor-ta-CWrf EARLY JOINER Badness Manager Chae. Miller M'ging Editor Sports Geerge ParksAssistant Sports T. L. Wright News Editor daudiae Olsen Society Conrad R. Joe Breed. st. Bus. Mgr. Circulation Manager STAFF REPORTERS Mary Haaktas Versa Smith Btfcel Shaw Geo. B. Marshall Leake English Leonard Lynch Merrell Lacy Ivy Rhodes Willie Ray McDonald Reporter for This luues Bob Whiplcey Ruby Halton Lua James Cleo Armtrong John Qarlc Mauls Cook T. J. Bailer Douglas Canrer W. G. Tan- kerriejr Raymond Bjnum and M. D. Cor- nelia. THE BASKET By George Parks Cowboys 20 Yellowjackets 101 Simmons has taken two out of four so far fr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 6 February 1926

L THE SIMMONS BRAND SATURDAY FEBRUARY 6 1926. it.: i . 1 -4 s. tfl 4 n.' - ' IT If- "1 JWIZ&' SOCIETY. AND CLUBS D. Y. P. U.'b OF COLLEGE HEIGHTS HAVE SOCIAL Tho rtvo senior B. Y. P. U.'b of College Heights Church met together for a V&lentlne pnrty in the pnrlors of the church Monday evening Feb. 1. The pnrlors were artistically deco- rated in Valentino scheme and Valen- tino games and stunts furnished amusement during the evening. Ml in Edcssn Kliykcndnll proved a very in tercsting entertainer as the "district school mistress.' The Truett I). Y. P U. put on n vety original stunt in "Tho He row." Some of the young Indies proved Very capable in tying tics; others very incapable. The "fortune heart" nnd "fortune pond" furnished many laughs and sccretB as well as solving many per- plexing problems about the future. After refreshments of pink and white henrt cakes and hot chocolate were served to the ninety-five present Each gentleman took his lady to Cupids Post Office where ea...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 6 February 1926

0 TIIE SIMMONS BRAND SATURDAY FEBRUARY 6 1926 '! - " ' "' --- ' J!. W 1 ' i I ii - l I WB I 7 I s HI 1 4 X I 228 Pino Street r 1 F ftommraTm HAVE NEW PATTERNS IN NOVELTY FOOTWEAR . :77ie Cinderella Bootery Phono 230 BaBBagCDBlDIOniniDlD WACO PASTOR WHITES OP TIIE PASTORATES . OP DR J. D. SIMMONS (Continued from Pnge One) Proof that his enemies burned the church wos not easy to procure lJut all were satisfied who had dono the . wicked deed. He pressed on and left the chruch strengthened and com- pacted together. In this pastorate likewise an in- cident occurred 'which showed the spirit of the man. Doctor Simmons be- lieved that a public offense should be publicty confessed. One day ho met ft prominent member of his church in the street very druhk. After he had sobered up the pastor sought him out and found him very penitent and ready to do anything the pastor re- quired. Tho pastor told him that it was A very serious offense and that ho must appear bofore the entire church noxt Sunda...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 13 February 1926

i - ' ' . i VOLUME X SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY FEBRUARY 13 1926. PRICE 5 CENTS . NUMBER 20 '' ' t- COACH SHOTWELL RESIGNS AS DIRECTOR OF 0 ATHLETICS t !' " k T I I J "DOUBT" NATIONAL DRAMA WEEK TO BE OBSERVED HERE BY LOCAL COLLEGES "DOUBT BY OLIVIA IIOBGOOD TO BE FEATURE OF CELEBRATION THE DRAMA TO BE DISCUSSED Faculty Members and Pastors Churches to Speak' On the Drama. of -With the slogan "The Play's the Thing" and with the idea that "so- cial stability is often measured by tho degree of unity in the spiritual and artistic forces of a country" Abilene will enter wholo heartcdly into the ( many activities of National Dramn Week February 14-20. Tho feature of tho week will be the presentation of "Doubt" a three act .drama written by Olivia Hobgood of Simmons University. Tho play will run for three nights in Abilene Hall February 16 10 and 17 and is being staged for the promotion of dramatic ' art in tho institutions of higher edu- cation in Abilene. The cast of char-...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 13 February 1926

; Ttf Tw "flff jHmamtaitouifl Pafeltsfced Weekly by the Simmons PreM Clab ta the Interest of the Btadeat Body of Simmon Uatonity. THE SIMMONS BRAND SATURDAY FEBIlUAItY 13 1926. NEW PUBLICATION TO GIVE IMEDAtS Entered as second claaa matter June ae 1817 at tke Postofflco at Abilene Texas. SafcacrlptleR Price per year $2.66 Member of tke Texas later-Collegiate Press Association. Office: First Floor Science Building Published Each Saturday Morning. OTIS O. CARTER Editor-in-Chief EARLY JOINER Easiness Manager Chas. Miller M'ging Editor Sports George Parks Assistant Sports T. L Wright News Editor Claudlne m SnMty Conrad R. Joe Brccd- ist. Bos. Mgr. .Circulation Manager STAFF REPORTERS Mary Hanklna Verna Smith Ethel Shaw Geo. B. Marshall Louise English Leonard Lynch Merrell Lacy Ivy Rhodes Reporters for This Issue: Bob Whlpkey Ruby Hatton Lua James Qeo Armstrong John Clark Mattle Cook T. J. Bailer Douglai Carver W. G. Tan- kertley Raymond Dynum and M. D. Cornelius PREREQUISITES FOR LOYAL ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 13 February 1926

Wffcj f'Hwl fiSyMfiiiwtySMilSiffyivg VJmm.'mV VW ir- Tyryftry .. :? THE SIMMONS BRAND SATURDAY FEBRUARY 13 1926. A 3" PmTW B pi " K t 1 A. .. vs x .K V AND SCIENCE CLUB MEMBERS VI8IT W. T. U. PLANT. Tuesday afternoon nt 3:30 about thirty-five members of the Science Club gathered In front of the Science Hall and were conveyed by cars to tho light and power plant of the West Texas Utilities Company. Upon ar- rival tho group engaged in tho Inter- esting gnmo of seeing which one weighed tho most. The choice lay be- tween two members "Polly" Porter and Lorcna Hood. As the judges were unable to render a decision no prizo was awarded. Tho plant superintendent then con- ducted the club through the plant ex- plaining all about the vast and awe- inspiring machinery. Tho most fun was experienced when they were car- ried into tho ico storage rooms. Here snow was seen while there was sun shining on tho outside and the mem- bers drew their wraps closer about them to keep from freezing. From hero ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 13 February 1926

( THE 'SIMMONS BRAND SATURDAY FEBRUARY 13 1926 ri ff WE HAVE NEW PATTERNS IN NOVELTY FOOTWEAR The Cinderella Bootery 228 Pine Street Phone 230 MISSIONARY TRAINING CAMP CLOSES ANNUAL SESSION HERE TODAY. MANY ritOMINENT SPEAKEItS PP THE 8TATE APPEAIi ON PROGRAM REPRESENTATIVES GO TO SOCIETY MEETING AT WAYLAND COLLEGE The literary societies will bo rep- resented by Early Joiner John Jenkins and Durwood Whitmirc at Plainviow Friday and Saturday Feb. 12 and 13 in tho Phllo-Phlla and Erlsphian Ophelian Confederation of Texas in oratorical contests. Tho contests will bo held in Wayiand College with a largo number of . schools represented. Messrs. Joiner and Jenkins represent tho Philos whllo Mr. Whitmiro goo sfor tho Ciios. The contest was held with the Christian College nt Thorp Springs in 1925. Miss Lota Clydo Head won 4 first placo in essay for the Mary E.'s. Dow Patterson and Ruth' Jcrman Fry who represented tho Clios and Popes won Bccond placo. In 1024 tho organization mot with Simmon...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 20 February 1926

mm imroonsBnrafl " ' i - .. W .VOLUME X SIMMONS UNIVERSin ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY FEBRUARY 20 1926. PRICE 5 GENTS NUMBER 21 CHORAL CLUB RETURNS FROM TOUR OF WEST TEXAS LAST MONDAY ERISOPHIAN-OPHELIAN ' CONFEDERATION TO MEET IN SIMMONS NEXT YEAR COWBOY BAND PLAYS AT HASKELL FAIDAY SENIORS TO DON CAPS AND GOWNS ON SENIOR DAY MONDAY FEB. 22 TEXAS CONFERENCE TOURNAMENT TO BE -PLAYED FEB. 24-26 RECORD CROWDS ATTEND EIGHT PERFORMANCES OP S. U. ORGANIZATION DURWOOD WIHTMIRE WINS 1ST PLACE IN. ORATORICAL CONTEST ' TO BE HONORED AT LUNCHEON COACH PAYNE TO TAKE NINE MEN FOR CHAMPIONSHIP GRIND BY ROUND TABLE CLUB AND FACULTY 2.500 PRESENT AT WICHITA Much Praiso Given Simmons by Press Of West Texas Regarding Program Singing before capacity crowds at every engagement and winning praiie from thoutanda of West Texans the Simmons University Choral' Club made the biggest tour of any alnglng organization in Sim- mons.lat week leaving here Monday morn- ing and tendering concert at eight prin- cipal wea...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 20 February 1926

-i-.n.j TBI SIMMONS. iRAND SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 20 196. ' 'jBmmmmmmmm&mmmMMmmmmmMnmmmmmmato .' I .ci ;i r i - . S- -l frb O ;v y p t. i- t'ih y: ' - t s-s. IhV; J 1 .A RTj .' V'a L' V7 ilit 4ffwbi JHmmmu BiiutA 5 1 Wctktr W W SianoM &QQQf 9 aWBBWna Ui Mead ekws atter Jane feaV Wif at Ww Feetettee at Afcllww lalptltm Frke pr year. JIM el tke Texaa later-Collegiate Proa Awoektios. Offfee: First Floor Selesce BalMlflfc- Published Bfteh Saturday Morning. OTIS D. CARTER BdMer-ta-CMef EARLY JOINER' Cfeaa. Miller. 'glng Editor Sport" George Pari istant Sports T. 1 Wright CSaaAae Olsea. News Editor Society Conrad R. Lam. Joe Breed JUst Bos. Mgr. .Circulation Manager STAFF REPORTERS Mary HanJdaa Verna Smith Etbel Shaw Geo. B. Marshall Leake English Leonard Lynch Merrell Lacy Ivy Rhodes Reporters for This Issue: Bob Whipkey Ruby Hatton Lua James Geo Armstrong John Clark Mattte .Cook T. J. Bailey Douglas Carver Wi G. Tan- kersley Raymond Bynum and. M. D. Cor- Bellas. REPORTER TO GIVE 10V...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 20 February 1926

THE SIMMONS BRAND SATURDAY FEBRUARY 20 1926. ii ft?. E&V m. i. b; &' 1 SSlv ' (A-. ffr i7 j X- f - K- Siw -' a s - x't j AND POPE-CLIO RECEPTION BRILLIANT AFFAIR.. One of the chief' society erents of the term was held last Saturday night Feb. 13 when the Pope-Clio Literary Societies gave a Valentine reception at Mary-Frances Hall.- ' The reception' was held Immediately after the St. Edwards basketball game and last- ed until 11 o'clock. About 125 students attended during the evening. In the receiving lino were Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Chandler Prof .and Mrs. W. D. Bond lS-tyss Claudene Olien president of the Pope society and Dow Patterson president of th CIlos. At the door visitors were given torn val- entines with which they found partners who could match the hearts. The hall was i decorated in red and white and small tables which were used In serving refreshments were decorated with tall red candles which furnished the only means of light during the refresh meht hour." Pink and ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 20 February 1926

THE SIMMONS BRAND SATUR DAV FEBRUARY 20 1926. mmammaammmammmmm 1- 4.0ST! LOST) A Place Where You Can Get New Style in Novelty Footwear The Cinderella Bootery 228 Pine Street COWBOYS BREAK EVEN WITH TECH MATADORS The Simmons University Cowboys broke even vtith the Texas Toch Matadors in the two game cage series played hero Wed- nesday and Thursday night Feb. 17 and 18 in the Cowboy Corral 'court. In the first game the Matadors retained a small lead until the game ended in their favor with a score of 30 to 26. Thursday night the Cowboys showed some flashy basket ball in the second period and were able to takef the gamo with .a final count of 3? to 23. In footwork and in guarding the Cow- boys had the Matadors outclassed in both of the games but a lack of accuracy in goal' shooting and in taking chances on long wild shots gave the Cowboys the lower berth in the scoring section In t the first clash. Up until the last few minutes of play in the second contest the two teams remained close...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 27 February 1926

r r ww". 2 . J ' w f - .. - 7V70 EDITION V " t ' t. rf ' kiV''.fj; .V V ' ' T Mf". VOtUME X SIMMONS UNLVEKSPV ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY FEBRUARY 27 1926. PRICE 5 CENTS NUMBER 22 2 r r- " t y 1 ; &r . ump. ' 4 tnp iromnus prnjt-u v 1 tf if. F ri l"V. v & ifV BAILEY IS ELECTED ASSISTANT COACH SIMMONS LOSES TWO GAMES IN CONFEMNCE TOURNAMENT JUNIOR-SENIOR BANQUET !S VERY BRILLIANT AFFAIR JUNIORS WERE HOSTS TO SENIOR CLASS AND CHAPERONES -The Annual Simmons University Junior-Senior Banquet was held at the Graco Hotel Tuesday evening at 8:00 o'clock. Tho Juniors of the Class of '2$ were hosts to the Seniors following a timo sanctioned tradition which was revived lost year by the Juniors of the Class of '20. t .The large dining hall -was very1 art- istically decorated in Senior colors. This scheme of green and white was carried out throughout from tho green and white wound columns and light shades to tho dishes on the menu. jThe. table itself was most attractive. A runner of green and...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 27 February 1926

Mr Jpjfcjg THE SIMMONS BRAND SATURDAY FEBRUARY 27 1996. Wwidy lr BHB UK BBBV 9BVVBB 9 BBxV sseond lw Matter Jane tt MT at fee Feateffka at Abilene IwaanlsUm Frlee per year $2.66 Ctbe Texas later-Collegiate OAeat First Fleer Beteaee BaUdlng aIBBjVBSBjM JSMH OBnlKofty A&Oxttifie OTBB D. CARTER JB8n9irlB"vJBWC XAKLY JOINER Manager weald be aroused U we printed aft ac- eoaai of the latest happening ia the way- of daaee steps being tried by our friends aad of other student act ivities which are the common talk of the campus. We were under tho impresion that freedom of tho press was .written into tho constitution so long ago "that tho mind of man runneth not to the contrary." Perhaps tt was so far back in the dark ages that our' mod- ern board of faculty advisors havo forgotten that in much' tho samo man- ner King Gcorgo III forgot that the colonists bcllovcd in personal liberty or something of tho sort. o .WORDS Cfea. Mffler itglng Editor Sports Oeorr Park Assistant Sports T. L. Wrig...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 27 February 1926

THE SIMMONS BRAND SATURDAY FEBRUARY 27 1926. : ? . W' y k & Rv $u. PN. i . 2Pr' V'T '.v. v 'it' in..-. iA. Kv h ?: w -4 History of the Class of '26 ' Unusual in Many Respects On September 14 1022 one hundred and forty-eight green- Freshmen started to Simmons Colege. After many ldng hours speht in trying to . solvo the Intricacies of matriculation wo were ready we thought for col- lege but that Idea soon left for wo did not know our okra and the upporclassmen saw fit to feed us a while. Accomplishing that with little dif- ficulty our next task was to beat the s Sophomores In football. Feeling the ncocl of n pep meeting announcement was mado to meet In Dr. Ulster's room and tho Sopho- mores followed by making an.announ- ccmenE to meet In tho same room at tho' same time Since you could never put tho two together at 12:46 a flst fight began. No one was killed but conditions seemed serious until Dr. Cooper arrived and marshalled the .Fish Into Dr. Fry's room and the Sophomores to Pro...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 27 February 1926

d ' ;i ttffi 8Hm0ite BMAWD SATURDAY FEMWART 87 IMS K- - 'A . r TO SHORTEST OF SHORT VAMP FOOTWEAR IN STYLES ' THAt PLEASE The Cinderella Bootery JHDM 9tTMt Phono' 230 t V .v Tfceee preminnt staaWts in Simmons University were recently arrested '(aviated sad flaed in the police court of Abilene according to record in tho ttoMoo 'office. Cewteg from the South Side on Pino Street they were halted by a patrolman ea Piae and First Streets 'charged with negligent driving and given a rammers. la a nasaer becoming a true hcro.Mr. Atkinson shouldered all the reapoimifclHty and entered a plea of guilty. Whereupon he was fined. KxewW Mr. Atkinson as on of the highly recommended students of iak tniversHy it to surprizing to find him at the head of this crimcywavc. Bat we hare' this much in his favor by his own .admission he docs not "seek" or gamble. . '. BAILEY IS ELECTED ASSISTANT COACH t Continued troia Page One) . eeater and tackle wonderfuly well. "Back'' has been playing on tho Olyrapia At...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 6 March 1926

TT" '- .. .a - v v s. JOURNALISM CLASS EDITION NEXT WEEK IS COWBOY BAND WEEK BACKYOUR.COLLEGE ACTIVITIES . VOLUME X SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE; TEXAS SATURDAY MARCH 6 1926. PRICE 5 CENTS NUMBER 23 rarWMi4HWM CLASS OF '26 REPUDIATES SENIOR EDITION OF BRAND FEATURESftOF COWBOY BAND CONCERT IrtTil. COWBOY BAND TO GO ON EXTENDED CONCERT TOUR -sr tt? Simmons Branft . f r.. .uL. ! i1 . --. i RESOLVES TO APOLOGIZE FOR PAPER; CARROLL WOOD AND "MISS HEAD NEW EDITORS Resolutions repudiating the Senior edition of the Brand published Feb 26 and election pf now editors con- stituted tho chief business of the Senior Class meeting Tuesday night March 2. Tho class was called to order and the chaplain led in prayer after' which matters of business wero dis- cussed. Committees were appointed to see all business firms of tho city to raise funds for tho "Cowboy CorraV. A committeo appointed by the president made a report concerning the Senior edition of the Brand to. the' class which reads as follows: ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 6 March 1926

THE SIMMONS BRAND SATURDAY MARCH 6 1926. Hji JWwimmj Bnmfl $ WooUy by the Simmons 9mm CM 1 the interest of tke Body of Simmons Uatonity. Mrtsni as seeoad okas matter June M Mi7 at the Postofflce at Abilene MMMWptsOn Iv pvt y 12.60 of the Texas later-Collegiate Press Association. Office: First Floor Science Building FribUafced Kaefa Saturday Morning. OTIS D. CARTER EARLY JOINER Ckws. Hflller M'g W Editor Sports George Parka Assistant Sports T. L. Wright News Editor Ckadfee Olaea Society Coarad R. Joe Breed t. Boa. Mgr. .Circulation Manager STAFF REPORTERS Mary HanTriw Verna Smith Btbel Shaw Geo. B. Marshall Leonard Lynch Ivy Rhodes Leake English Merrell Lacy JOURNALISM. CLASS EDITION RAYMOND BYNUM Editor this Issue ROBERT WHIPKEY Assistant Editor V Bailey Reporters this issue: T. J Ruby Hatton Clco Armstrong John Clark Mattlo Cook W. G. Tankcrsley H. P. Cornelius Lua James Douglas Carver. FACTS What is the purposo of the news- paper? Different newspapers fill different needs but coll...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 6 March 1926

THE SIMMONS BRAND SATURDAY MARCH 6 1926. 4K "( ;. Branding of the Simmons Brand; Eleven Ex-Editors Have an Unusual Record How the Simmons Brnnd received its name why It was branded thus who suggested the name chosen from tho list of others which were offorcd when tho first "Simmons Weekly" was published who tho first editor was and something as to the career of the following editors are subjects sub- jects presenting an interesting field of rqylow for tho "old-timers" and n sourco of information for many of the more recent students of Simmons University. When It was evident that Simmons needed a weekly publication in which to record and 'Jpass around" tho hap- penings and news of the college the first natural question was "What shall its namo be?" Straightway in an ef- fort) to solve this problem an appeal was made to the students that names bo Sugestcd by them. In answer to this appeal names came pouring in from ovorywhero from loyal Simmons- ites. Tho following extract taken from ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 6 March 1926

'Z. .or tV rrff. nr iTtirnsBnaTrx' . ' "r . up rwir yr . . ' J. fc THE SIMMON BRAND SATUKDAY MARCH 6 1&6. t r ll THE SHORTEST OF SHORT VAMP FOOTWEAR IN STYLES THAT PLEASE The Cinderella Bootery 228 Pino Street Phono 230 STEER IN THE FINE ARTS BUILDING ONCE KING OF THE WEST TEXAS PLAINS Many people havo never seen a pair of horns that measured 58 Inches tip to tip But all students of Simmons who havo entered the Fine Arts building through the front doors have seona real steer that camo from West Texas with horns measuring 68 Inches across. Tho steer was given to Simmons by Judgo Caldwell president of the board of trustees. Tho long horned animal was bought from George Daniels of Culberson County Texas for $125.00. Tho steer was an outlaw and the jnen .were not able to catch or corral him. When West Texas was swept by iv drouth in 1023 the steer was not able to get food and water became weakoned and tho men were able to corral him. Ho was poor when Judge Caldwell bought him but af...

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