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

7 SENIOR EDITION - ' 'trexHnjhis bjrthday MARCH 13 THIS EDITION IS DEDICATEDTO ' . I ' VOLUME X SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY MARCH 13 192G. PRICE 5 CENTS NUMBER 24 s IBjp Simmons Brmi fr N fr k "V a $ FAMOUS COWBOY BAND PRESENTS PROGRAM IN ABILENE HALL THURSDA Y. "TJIE WHISTLING FARMER" .. WINS MUCH APllLAUSE T. N. CARSWELL SPEAKS Playing before ft largo nnd highly appreciative audience the famout Cowboy Band rendered Its first pro- gram df the year in Abilene Ilnl' Thursday night. The concert was well prepared and well presented. Tho" 'music demon- strated tho fact that Mr. Wiley had " Ms band well trafnedand thoroughly drilled In tho various numbers The program which lasted an hour nnd ' a hnjf wbb w'ell balanced nnd highly entertaining. Music of all classes aijd moods was presented.. In addition to the selections by tho band the Cow- boy Quartet saxophone sextet nnd various soloists were featured In V several numbers the band sang and whistled different parts and thi...

Publication Title: Simmons Brand, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 13 March 1926

w - THB aOCMOWa BRAND SATU&DAY MABCH 18 1M6. & .la. ' ' ' - - -'' txf- ? bi f : " 4. lnMi jNwNMttilBmm d j' W the CM k tk Iwarest ef tk r t UaiTmHr. SaMW m sseead efess matter June a "117 At Mm Fettoffke at Ablleae lhilm Prtee per year $2.00 Meaaber rf the Texas Inter-Collegiate Preea Association. ke Office; First Floor Science Building PahMshed Kaeh Saturday Morning. OTIS D. CARTER HKer-la-Ckief EARLY JOINER Business Manager Chas. Miller M'glng Editor Sports George ParkiAMlstant Sports T. L. Wright News Editor ClewHne Oliea Society Conrad K. sst. Bus. Mgr. Joe Breed. .Circulation Manager STAFF REPORTERS ' i Mary Hantfaa Bthel Snaw Leake English Merrell Lacy Vema Smith Geo. B. Marshall Leonard Lynch Ivy Rhodes SENIOR SEDITION Carroll Wood Editor Lota Clydo Head Associate Editor Reporters: T J. Bailey Bob Whip- key Ruby Hatton Cloo Armstrong John Clark Mattlo Cook W G. Tankorslcy M. D. Cornelius Claudinc Oken Charles Miller Lawrence Wright Eugene Surface Sam Morris Raymond By...

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

t i ' r ' THE' SIMMONS BRAND SATURDAY MARCH 13 198 a JF?? ' -m "" ai 'r'JtS.' M 4Vfr "V "J ft' .V. -.. JLtT .. raratK- aiavEft iV-1 Aftr5 TO JK? .p&t : "-r WtffA Hc.w " K JS . " . T ? .'r3MIK lrt i M'jPSs lIT.J-'. siv nuf be -rff?3 ' y r- ' ...a. ........ y.. .. TBBBBBftM vv 1 J-IBMMMt '" """ IMinlllllJMMM 'The? vanishing typo of the West Te 'fcvArts. Building. iii'-mL SV' NOW YOU TELL ONE 'a - By Percy. . r 'Oh dear met (a the Sllmette cried to theilme). My imagination doesn't seem to' he working jrcry well. Perhaps I need to hear a few mora fairy itorica; for my Spanish teacher said that children should . be told fairy stories jf-their imaginations 'were to bo developed. Then she told one! " ' It was about little One-Eye. Little Two- ff - Eyes and little Three-Eyes. Little One- 'vjrtJjjr Eye was treated very cruelly by her sisters .SfatfLS'- 'and her mother but. at Iast.j fairy ood- mother came to 'help the poor abused lit- ' tie .girl. Well there was a wonderful 'WPrinca Char...

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

tub sraMofaa brand Saturday' march is 1920. v . . - Mr I I f Vt r i 4 k IC ( ; m THEY WILL SURELY PLEASE NEWEST STYLES IN POPULAR COLOR COMBINA TION IN DOX HEELS. The Cinderella Bootery 228 Pino Street - Phono 230 DOINGS OF THE EXES Arthur Bullock Is taking his B. J. degrco fromtho University of Mis- souri at Columbia Mo. Virginia Crelghton Is In tho W. M. U. Training School at Louisville Ky. Margaret Sandefer la- teaching at Hamlin. FIVE YEARS AGO INTER-CLASS TRAOC- MEET TO BE MONDAY THIS SEASON'S CHAMPIONS " TO BE CHOSEN SCHOOL OF ART BREAKS ' PREVIOUS ENROLLMENT Mra.-W. A. Vcalo and W. A. Jr of Breckcntidge wrero visitors hero last week; Mrs. Vcalo was formerly Miss Hallie Hoghlahd College Queen of 22. Posey Collings captain of basket- ball '21 Is doing second year work In Baylor Med. John McWhortor '20 is In tho newspaper business at Edinburg. Mildred Talbott Senior beauty '24 is spending tho winter at her home in Cotulla. Sho taught in Corpus Christ! High School last year. Tho ...

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

JfF aw .. if rf Sr juJ" 4 STt E ; :Vv 4 V v iff ' fc y'i' ! "v"Wf!V r' ".; VOLUME X SIMMON UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY tliK ttCH 20 1926. PRICE i CENTS NUMBER 23 Mt Simmoas Brand m Btf 5li 3' r' tyf U " wt SIMMONS WINS FOURTH PLACE AT FT. WORTH FAISTOtK SHOW MEET 8TKVENS TAKES FIRST PLACE BROAD JUMP; LYNCH AND ARMOUR PLACE. Simmons University carried off T eleven points for fourth place at the track meet held In Fori Worth March 13 'at the Fat Stock Show and Ex- 4 position. Each of the three Simmons men placed in the meet. Stevens holder of the state Inter- scholastic record in the broad jump took first place in this event and sec- ond In the' low hurdles. Lynch fin- ished third in the low hurdles and Armour won fourth in the "discus throw. A. and M. College took first place ' in the college class pushed closely by Baylor. Charlie Paddock 'tho world's fastest man" who recently lectured at Simmons easily won races which he entered although some fast men wero entered in the meet...

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

'. -"' THB SOatOm BRAftD SATURDAY MARCH 20 !. 0 ;i CI fcV . - U w rtfcjRmB0nd Waakty kr Mm Oh to tfca Mwiitif flfclltf at ttw PaatefftM at AMeaa JFWf f fffWT MraW JvttuflUnT MUal BaftSataiar Herata. OM D. CARTER MNar-ia-Cakt t XAKLTlOINffit. JrM'gteg EeHter Sports Pawnt Awnstmit Sports MMofettwi Piha par year $&M 'Vmww af Mm Vawalatar-CaKagteta T W T. W.lLt T. VJItn. Seaktjr . ' .. CmmhI X. Lfcau iAaat Bs. Kgr. J Brced Ctraalntlon Manager STAFF rbporters Vena Smith Gee. B. Marshall Leonard Lynch Mayaiondt8ynam Ivy Rhodes JeWBwten Bob Whipkcy WXIRE IS DAMfTS TOMBSTONE? t jkm affly member of the Univor- . iirttr'atadant body has been the Instl- f. gatar of a very grave -mistake within . the past few days. Damit's tomb- atoae ihas been removed from its . proper place again. This is a matter . that is being1 earried entirely too far. LaafVear someone had the audacity . 4e start hia uncalled for act and it vatoius that this year someone desires " ' to Make the removal of Damit's tomb...

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

"i - . t " y i&i THE SIMMON! BRAND SATURDAY .MARCH M 19J6. f WW? -' SCHEDULE FOR SPRING TERM 6:00 V Bible 135. Bible 443 "Biology HGMTThS) Domestic Art 333 Biology 145 T Th S Business Admin 232 ChemistrV 126 T Th"S Chomlstry 405 W Th 8 Domestic Sc. 332 W F Economics 135 Education 133 TThS Educatlon-133 w p cnguen ma i w r Pju.inn (M.mm d pit -J ; English 122 (Th 8) .'.English 335 Gcrmnn 135 ' Gcrmnn 136 "Government 305 '' History 165 Mathematics. 235 - .Mathematics 2 ;$r.'' Mathematics 125 'f- ; V Mechanical Drawing $V. r 'Philosophy 235 -Vj j Philosophy 235 'vt Jr. "V Science 3 it1 M. OOCiOlOgy 3BD '.U' .-. ' ; Spanish 135 tyy"'- '-Spanish 225 3 S'7 "'.''Speech Arts 125 ' '. nSDoech Arts 235 ".. ' ."..; .. . ? V ".. . n.nrt . 'Z ViUU '.fcVBlbla 341 S;.ffj'Biblb 252 m English 256 English' 133 English 215 English 123 WPS French1 135 History 245 History 125 Latin C Latin 345 'or Latin 235 Mathematics 455 Mathcmatic 3 Mathematics 135 Mathematics 125 Philosophy 335 Religious Edu. 23...

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

( r lli I- V itv - NEW STYLES ARRIVING DAILY SHOUT VAMPS IN TllE NEWEST COLOR COMBINATION SHEER SILK HOSE TO MATCH. The Cinderella Bootery Always Something Different 4 238 Fine Street SMITH HALL TID-B1TS Mra. Billy Lowrancc formerly Alice Harrlaon of Smith Hall of '24-25 vis- ited in the Hall this past week. Hov can some boys bravo the .Btorm and eat dinner with 00 girls T But we were glad they enmo and hope more may take courage for really they were not hurt. Autio McChris tlan Gladys Featherstono and Hazel Mitchell had as their guests for Sun day dinner John Jenkins Dan and J. D. Ashburn. We rejoice with Elsie Thomas that she docs not have to tako exams this term but wo do not rojoico'with her in the fact that sho leaves Wednesday night for her homo jn Bolivcr Mo. She completes her work this term and and says sho is going homo to rest? ? Anyhow wo will miss hor. Wonder why thoro was a man's coat and hat in Mabel Reoves' room last Sunday at noon? ' Loulso Barrett and Elizabeth Mor ...

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

? .& .?-- --2i . 1 .4 uU MAI . . MMlllt "i FKESBMAW EDmOM . .. pi ; b. s&j&VWr irfi -bdWstJr '.. .-jtt-. .j. .-i.iJii.iaBs.S(u'jM'.i! sr-:auyruJKMs w - '-r "1. ' ' -.Jt' 4: ' i - & RV. E-. "V. A-mBW ;?. 4." S- f. ( f: V. V' J! a w. . -!! f-l V-gt ' Wl 'I ; VOLUME X t"i SIMMONS' tftflYtiltHITV'' ABlMiNB TlSXAS SATIMIDAV MA HCU 27 1926. VftlCE 5 CENTS NUMBER 26 tim-A A A n h . m iick t-.v'K Xfc. a& :Atr '41 ARTISTS PRESENTS PRO- GRAM BEFORE LARGE CROWD THURSDAY EVE. ' .WItii CONDUCT LESSONS IN VOiCR'ANn piano John J Blackmore pianist appear- ed here jlti: a joint recital Thursday March 25 with Mi Loola Turner. Both are American artists and wnw highly recommended. Miss Turnery 'who was uecoinriunied by Miss Roxy Grov6 of our faculty has a beautiful voice possessing un usual qualities of sweetness power and color. Mr. Blackmore Is a pianist of un- usual merit combining practice feel- lng nnd-powelr. He Is an artist who Tiolds hls-own -and is popular with audiences fo...

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

'''. V.' ' .''".' - ' V ' "; - '''! --.-. -' y iV n the siMkxmtnAm. Saturday march it 105 U7. 5 W: Fu 171' .. wmUjm m M kith UVk ? MMtr Iim "i VVtk'Fae a4 AWw " -f UliiiJIl'ir JHH : 7Mrii2.M t Mm Tcu ItfaiSCoUUW -Ptmm AnoalaMosv. 11m Floor Siae4 BaUdbur lSMiafcU Mi SaUrtky Morula. t. OTW D. CARTER RARLY JOINEK. MlMItf . Ohu. KMtc: M'glae Editor- Sporta OMCfta Parln-! -AaaWaat Sporta . 4T. L.. Wrfffct- Jewa Wlter :-CMIm Otaea . Jgecbtr ? R. Lul. AHvi Jfttk Mfff .CtretUea lUamffcr STAFF REPORTERS 'Mur SaridM Vm Smith HMIhr Geo. B. MaraWl Leonard .Lynch Ivy Rhode Hob Whtpkey Xavmond Bynum f.S r Joe burton - FRESHMAN EDITION " v Jee Burton -. .. . Editor : JRevis A. Gilbert - ..Associate 'Editor v; Tam Howell a. 4 Business. Manager V . . REPORTERS V I1 Lawrfee Wright Charles P. Miller ; ji George B. Marahall Louise English Mary .Hawkins. Gladys' Feaiherstone t: " Crrte "Belle Kelper Rubye JenVlns 'A BerWard Bute George Parka Lorena HOW DO YOU DOT UpperelaMmen and Freshmen we I hope yra ...

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

the Simmons brand Saturday march 27 img Kl& .V . u.Aa..?' 'IF. W & QC1ETY AND CLUBS MILDRED PAXTON TO WED GENERAL DAN MOODY v ' rf O k 0- IV.- An announcement In the Abilene Dally Reporter stales that Minx Mil dred Paxton daughter of George L. '''Paxton Is o be married on April 20 'to Dan Mnnilv.- nlipnnlm.linl lnwvur. i''j i Investigator and present attorney gen Pv.. floral. Miss Paxton Is a prominent ul- lj v :'" ' umnus of Simmons. She graduated in' '17 but returned to the school n few years later and continued for a year as Instructor in journalism. While a student l:i Simmons MIhs .Paxton was Interested chiefly in jour- nalism and it was in a great meusui-e duo to her efforts that the publication of the Brand was begun; she was tin- Brand's first editor. The account of ihe. announcement as given by the As- sociated Press follows: ' Formal announcement of the en- gagement and approaching marriage .of their daughter Miss Mildred Pax- ion to Attorney General Dan Moody was ...

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

1 if ' THE 3tMM0NSBRAKlJKA'rURPAVMAHCH 27.lJafi.S- -- .oirMcrMPtirD' 'YOUR J?ATR0KAdE AT THIB - - i - rnnM NEW EASTER FOOTWEAR AR. RIVING DAILY. The Cinderella Bootery GREAT0RS"0P NOVELTY -FOOTWEAR ' 228 Pino Street - Phone 230 Jr- THE ONLY" UNIVERSITY IN THE WEST Illy hethlint J I) Sanjtfn) 1"iie oUloul Iiifttll titloii of Higher larn ing founded tit what I usually denominated in the West Wat Simmon College now Simmon University wtihlbhed more than a third of a century ago. Simmons College was founded by. the pioneers in the West at a time when the cowman -was the outstanding leader and the buffalo grazed the Western plaint. Such ploneeri at Col. J. II. l'arramorr ol.'C. W. Merchant C. Warren ahd Judge II. C. Hord of Sweetwater Texa were among those giving their time en- ergpand money towards laying the found- ation of a higher institution of learning in this great section that haf become the center of a civilizatldn characterized for Its religious culture and it far flung ceo tiom...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 1 April 1926

flr'A;.j. v w . i vi4t "- : v ' - " - - ; ... if-. yX-'-:-a v ... . ' ' v IIhi gutthroa ' i ' ' I M - - f v-: ' . . Ja TP 1 $ ' oliTviI " . Simpietlcm's Colony; Aberline Texas. April 1. Minimum Price 10c . "r - Four Convicted of Crime Against Student Bodv : ' ..' -! j t 4i-lBefo.re-the High Court of Student opinion tentferiCe Was . passed today '&$? mppii- s'Miss: Oliva 'M;- - Hobobd -Miss v &iUhttoxy Gloves Miv Albert" FJdwiri Chan- fc 'i.dMr.ahd Mt. Lucien Quitm'aii-tJamp lr"bell. It was determined by the Court F-? 'that they had -fraduent.br extracted S- f'mbney from the student body under -rrj-alse pretjeiwe. . . . .'' -; W?wk x ' JJudge '"Justi'ce' Opened tlie'case by KVv-Ardadingihe ;chargehich . ha'd. been tl fe'iV4iKd' by the- prosecuting attorney: :c 4 'nr. Common "Sense. It was as v follo-yvr .-. iiTtvese. h'onery.. facility membars. are. V'ivr'' ; -charged 'AYith' securing the adoption of. fa fy a .blanket tax forcing all students -to kS$ -'$$&: 'dix dollars l...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 1 April 1926

. c:' y . -..'... . " iff Kz. I - .v ' '.y WU- tf- 2 f -i; I rti-nr-T r ' - -L ' - J " ' "LJ immi L"w ! ' " J .Annual April 1st Publication ;of "- '&. fjf jK - Simpleton's Colony 1'" I $' ": Subscription price 4.6c ' ';v-' ;.:.- - .?..-.' ..: ...it ....'.. Staff: Selected on DemeritU'Sasis .S.taff: ' . ? j'- Trf'i. a His Satanic Majesty and. .MsCbtiorts .. .Jfe. r.r- - - '; ' .i" ' ' .'' " " ' ' ' " ' ' ' ' " " ' ' " " ' -....'- . i . ; - - .." " .. .'' 'w " . jbately ve liaye noticed in bonyers-: ilig'iwitii .various . tfiiLyersity Students that thete lia'sjbeen a timely innova v tion-in tle way ot' diction or .Jlie -art of '' sped'cb. "' AVitii. vpleasant surprise we " hyer db3eryed tliat many of the more cultured 'students as well as the niprb intellectual' and sc'hpttfrly faculty members hav0 distributed themselves 4rom jtlWopmmon'prqletariant by pro' nouncing their word? tin the good old Englih way. This delectable floW of words' falls on our delighted ear With an indescrib...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 1 April 1926

-.- 7... ;- j. ft. i-y "; -. - A .--. . mX .k .. J f w fV5H?l -ft' - r y! '. ". j". t ... " - . . ? 1 - - .; I AYS . .. .T ; .. w - iTit-T- . -;.i pr 'sS. r.'V ' . w mh -r- . .. i i te wlwpii g gp . . . . .... :. M ''? P&xy JBreaki Tradif ibii Jy . i i -. I' "' 1 s .. . .. ? i'-f Ol vr4L. L Hi 7 . ? ''Wii.iJfu.Z. - toOCT?OR CAlRL C. RYESTIR; M. Bi .. - -j xm.tiiie tv dfc. ol! fifteen .. : 'i' v ' .. . j . . 5 j: .! i.'JJU' . 1.V'-n." . AX ;'3 3 1 5j : TT I . ! Li' -T.fJ . r. V. '...I. - I I I I I bk Va iW I . I I 'b bub hb. Mbb . .k. :piwifica:9ia pt?:handy in his i" - V":'-'" v "CURE THAJT GOLDy " " ' 'V ; ff Kijte' aa ta'artaBte .UB&iy :vy.:. NUFFSEI) -a ;A - IO'5wwh.wl f - r : -T--- --P'- S.r Also have afew cases of Bevo. ; : :2 ift-TiSitprs fana patrorisJias sudden . -. -. . -.. .- - v ... - . X' msmvsaA' p!iii-- ' i M. . . - . tt :.'". ." ;-- .. f'Prexy: glv.es :as his reason for chang- KTfitiR-iJftU' V.TV " " i- . t - - -'v ...''. i tiiDranas.tivatijirter Bearing one o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 1 April 1926

WTWWW . 1 ' -" 7- c -"' ' 3 'Ty-wteL'' .: : . '. -' : ': A. Foffl Convicted xjf Gitriie Against Student Body tW i . ifi ..". 'il.' '."" :' M:. j '-.' .' i:--"L:r&?r- ?-:: :':':C"r:'-iaivW: 3 C ' W-- ; - ' -Tlle New Book n ' fc .' ; ': . J-if ! W.v (Continued from page one) ' 1 : 4$V '-' 1 .i ' i- INT Pv V ; ' Set rTi to Vi. K ' VI -tfTl." .. ingf-h'en- tfiere was Gua& McOlareiH. -o .'and.-X -4 have never- nuaro. a mK: 'SiatrfiTngspafeer- than siie and "every ' :oWu&Ut .tdriiave .been giad of'.tli .c"popr.turuty-: to- Walk through the. raiii toheaiher-read." . ' iriie'-iieto-'deWalveelf waa-isW . ItoxyvGroves. Iri a heart-bi-okeh . tone; - she -pledger inhoncense; Tiltnow" sue dcTaTed between sobo "that my park Q1VUUS iycum UUUiac aa ucuav with perfect satisfaction. ; "It culdnt have been otherwise. Just one -number ' aoneCwhi'ch I secured was worth all the students; paid' fpr: the" course. Thai wad' Mr; Davles. By i securing hiin he .fought lessons 'while here." . . Then...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 5 April 1926

T""W.Tf.-..l J i T r-r .m" ' X) "v "sA-" t ' v-r. sir SOPHOMORE EDITION .-?: ';j '!" . i V v -4 :!' i4 .v "" & S" 4"' " v" c '" l& t.M$(iimti&1$$ t MV v : r : ' ..'( I-' 1 '" -77 .. NUMBER fcV VOLUME X SIMMONS UNIVERSITY. ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY APRIL 3 1926 PRICE 5 CENTS v"';--:" .--- f ... - t v v '.- i V BB .M . '. . BB Bk t i "Kt tn nt itnc; Kirftit w . : M W . ''.'' - I- . I "'- -.- -r r. Ut COWBOY BAND RETURNSFROM SUCCESSFUL CONCERT TOUR BI(J CRQWDS GREET COWBOYS IN EVERY CITY J WILL 00 TO BIRMINGHAM Covered with mud and heavy eyed from lnck of sleep but still full of the old Cowboy spirit' tho Simmons Bond drove into Abilene at 0:30 Mon- day evening nfter its concert tour. Tho .Cowhands completed what lo probably tho most successful tour they' have over made when they wound up their scries of six con- certs with a program presented at Houston last Saturday night. Tho Land left hero on March 22 traveling in its two Rco busses. Five entertainments wcro given during t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 5 April 1926

THE SIMMONS BRAND SATURDAY APRIL 3192. Hi ' ''' 11 t rt lit. ;! ft i ' -w -- ("' r i-r ? '&t tV (MM UN nl VBfQ CSHaJtvBK 9 WW BJr at UatanHar. m aaeesd dui matter Jrat n mi at Mm Featofflea at Afetieaa Prlea par yaar f XM a tfca.Tesaa IatrCBefiate Praaa AaaoataMoa. Offfee: First Fleer Seleaea BaUdis FaaMaaeJ Baek Saturday JKonUat OTIS D. CARTES Btiter-u-CUeC SAELT JOINKK Manager Chaa. Mnier-U'giBK Editor Sports George Farka AaaJataat Sperta T.L. Wrfekt. : News Editor CUaiHwa Oltaa- Cearad S. Taw . Aaat. Baa. )gr. Jet Breed ICkealattea Manager STAFF KXPORTERS Mary Haakfaa Vena Smith BUmLMuw Geo. B Marshall Loatie Saglkh Leonard Lynch Raymond Bynum. Ivy Rhodes Joe Barton Bob'Whipkcy SOPHOMORE EDITORS . George Parks Dob Whipkey Joe. Barton Douglas Carver Ray- mond Bynum Mattie Cook Ada Belle Willams Hazel Mitchell Luther Kin- ard C. yf McFarltng. SPEND EASTER DAY RIGHT The B. S. U. Councir together with the various religious organizations of the university and classes and B. Y. P. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 5 April 1926

! ? t THE SIMMONS DRAND SATURDAY APRIL 3 1926. 1 . c COMBOr BAND COMPLETES TOUR s tSl '! l2flSSfN x viilSV X Mma JL)T ?tfer?iik "Tho Famous Cowhand Band" which returned this week after completing tho most successful tour in its his- - tory. Playing five concerts in the larger cities of Texas tho Cowboys appeared before 7000 people. The band under tho managemont of Gib Sandefcr covered over 1700 miles during tho trip. COWBOYS COP SECOND GAME FROM BUFFALOES bailey pitches 0001) game; Simmons weak in niTTING Behind air tight hurling by Bailey who was well supported by his mates the Simmons Cowboys won their sec ond start of the season against the Canyon Buffaloes) Thursday after- noon by a score of G-1. This game was played to make up for tho one missed Tuesday on account of snow While Canyon sluggers rung up the most hits for tho day poor support and opportune hitting gave the Cow- boys the game. Neither club hit very heavy Canyon securing six hits to tho range menta five". A number o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 5 April 1926

Pm4 THB SIMMONS BRAND SATURDAY APRIL 3 .1926. 1 m m w THE VERY NEWEST SHOES FOR ' EASTER The Cinderella Booterg CREATORS OF NOVELTY FOOTWEAR ummamm gaggfflgKMiMC(CflsgnpacJBWro ANNUAL APRIL FOOL TAKE-OFF HUl.l) IN CHAPEL Tlll'KSDAY (Continued (torn Pago Ono) erhood." Noticing the number of visitors visitors standing Proxy asked them to como dawn to the front nnd ex- plained that owing to the' amnll num- ber of students 100 or 600 or even 1000 students were unable to find scats. Dr. 6. L. Powers brought n mes- sage to the congregation taking im his text "And so it happened unto irto" from tho 2nd chapter of tho book of experiences. Ho related many illus- trative stories and hold his audience in breathless attention. Furthermore ho quit on time. Dr. Cooper reported on his trip to Fort Worth and reluctantly an- nounced thnt the speech ho made at tho Founders Day celebration at the Seminary was the best that bad ever been heard there. Tom Skeyhill next Rpoko and his matchless flow of or...

Publication Title: Simmons Brand, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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