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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 10 April 1926

N '4 ? 4 VOLUME tf SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY APRIL 10 19SJ6. PRICE 5 CENTS NUMBER 28 UNIVERSITY'S MUSEUM FORMALLY OPENED SATURDAY JTOV70? EDITION J fljStmmans Brand f Jt. ;.. .i TRIANGULAR TRACK MEET HERE TODAY ON PARRAMORE HELD Simmons A. O. C. and Trinity To Have Strong Teams In Meet The stage is set and three track teams are in readiness for the Tri- angular track meet to be held on Parramora field beginning at one o'clock Saturday eve between Sim- mons University Abilene Christian College and Trinity University. The entries' for the meet were announced by Coach Payne last Wednesday. All of the" officials for the meet have also been selected. The track is in good condition due to the care exercised of it during the past two seasons. Some stiff com- petition is promised in the meet be- cause all three schools have good rep- resentation and are aching to turn loose the stored up energy of the season in their first track meet of the season. Officials for the triangul...

Publication Title: Simmons Brand, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 10 April 1926

J- THE SIMMONS BRAND SATURDAY APRIL 10 1926 w- W. vNHh 5NMMiMMMhi7t1Ul jRMM (MM H VM' UH6YMC oc mm fiNirNV M v UfttTanKy. lptwui m ee4 efaws natter Jaaa 1H7 at Mm Pertee at AWkw gaairipil Frka ar WiM Miri at fee Tm laUr-CeUftgUta i 4 AWS AUvWVIvBi Office: Fkrt Floor Seiamea BsUdlag PaUlaae Kadi Saturday Morals. OTIS D. CARTER JHlt0IVfSaM6 XAJLLY JOINBR Manager Okas. Miller M'gtag Editor Sports George Parka Aasktaat Sparta T. L. Wrfrtt Nawi Editor ChkB&M OUea Society Cearad R. Laa Aart. Baa Mgr. Joe Breed Ckcalatioa Manager STAFF REPORTERS Mary Baaktaa Varna Smith Ethel Skaw Raymond Bynum Joe Burton Geo. B.. Marshall Leonard Lynch Ivy Rhodes Bob Whlpkey JUNIOR EDITION CHARLES P. MILLElt EDITOR RAY BARRETT ASST. EDITOR Reporters for ths issue: Ruby Rat ion Raymond Bynum Dow Patter- son Alyene Tucker- Lawrence Wrght Joe Burton and Clarence Cosby.. Cartoonist: James L. Martin. WHAT IS THE VALUE OF A DEGREE? . Recently much discussion has been directed towards the .value of degrees b...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 10 April 1926

yiliWP FIf Ta Cokfaranicb Teame Ltafoeraug Up For Season's' Mac THE SIMMONS BRAND SATURDAY APRIL 10 1926 t I i ti. '" v rjr v. rB6n vt ar.' r ..?$ Simmons to Have Chance at Texas Conference Title Southwestern and Trinity Rated Best in tho T. 0. by Critics ' As tho Texas Cpnfcrcnce bnsebnll season opens this week the variou clubs In the association will soon show whether they aro of champion ship calibre or not. The initial con- ference bout was staged between the Austin Collegs Kangaroos and the Trinity University Tigers. Following tho series staged in Sherman the main score of action shifted to Waxa- hachle when the Tigers engaged in combat with Simmons University Cowboys. Sovcral practice games have been played by almost all of tho fivo members of tho Texas Confer- ence. So far the brand of baseball shown by the conference team does not excell that of the T. I. A. A. of last year. Simmons was one of the runners up in the T. I. A. A. last year but lacked great deal in being in the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 10 April 1926

U THE SIMMONS BRAND "SATURDAY APRIL Id 192G ifo iifciiaiiiaiBMUiiuiiniuii OCIETY SPECIAL . ' - - YoU must hurry if you get a $6.25 picture' and frame from your school negative for $3.25 the number is limited phone 1334 or come now. T. S. HlGGINBOTHAM Studio I. 7.y - 1 1 t SATURDAY'S SPECIAL Rayon School Dresics $6.75 values only $5.00 1 lot of Hat $3.95. WATCH FOR OUR SATURDAY SPECIALS . Yours For Newest Styles The Cinderella BooterU CREATORS OF NOVELTY FOOTWEAR 228 Pino Street Phone 230 Miss Mildred Paxton THE CAMPUS SHOP. I V HAS IT wmmtpqMgMBraaM)fflflKgfflaBg BOKMiiBBBmnmnn I j. I " r r I Charlie Taylor Meeting Arousing Great Interest Km! V 11 CHARLIE TAYLOR SIMMONS INSTRUCTORS ATTEND MEETING IN DALLAS RECENTLY APPROXIMATELY 9000 PEO PLE HEARD CHARLIE SUN Dr. 0. 0. Bister read paper boforo History Department of Meeting Dr. 0. E. Baker Dr. C. C. Water and Mr. O. A. Stenphenson returned home Sunday form Dallas where they had been for three days In atten- dance at the meeting of th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 17 April 1926

-v 'i &-V " V- "...""Jvi4K4k.s V;.' VVfetirV- . " " .V man Cf. ' i- jl t T r ' . ' t'i: :& ; si : 1 ' 1 - - VOLUME X SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY APRIL-17 1926. PRICE 5 CENTS NUMBER 29 i SIMMONS U. RECEIVES $30000.00 FROM JONES ESTATE fte Simmons Brand ft'.. SINM0NSSWAMPSA.C.C. AND TRINITY IN TRIANGULAR MEET COP 68 POINTS OUT OF TOTAL1 OP 125 STEVENS IS HIGH POINT MAN ' Trinity University and Abllena Christian College were completely swept under the Cowboy onslaught last Saturday in tho triangular track .. meet when Simmons ran Up n total of C8 points against thotr opponents. Trinity camo second with 35 points ' and A. C. C. third with 22 points. In addition to making more points than did the other two teams com- bined the Cowboys copped the first threo individual scoring honors hoy i Stevens v showed that ho; would earn a nltcK In tho college track circles as did W"in high school circles. Stevens taking first in the l6o yard dash and low hurdles and second in t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 17 April 1926

?' f THfi SIMMONS BRAND SATU RDAY APRIL 17.' 19&. JJJI rf f X t v d if. flfri JNwimh sBranft $ PWMmI Wediy by tlw Siauseaa Prm Ok to the latere f ike Bedjr of Siaaaons University. Batwfed m secoad cks matter Jane 117 at the Featoffice at Abilene Ti 'MmtIIw Price per year (2.00 Member of the Texas Intercollegiate " Press Association. Ofliees First Floor Scleaee Building Published Bach Saturday Morning. OTIS D. CAKTBt KARLY JOINER Bmlnmi Kaaaffer Cba. Miller M'glng Editor Sports Greerga Parka Assistant Sports T. I Wright Hews Editor Ctaadteo Olsea Society CosndS.: Joe Breed- Bus. Mgr. .drcnlatloa Manager oression to his feelings but for the writer who la wholly concerned with expression literature In that sense is really a disadvantage. The writer does not need to find an outlet for his feelings. He needs to' furnish the outlet himself by expression. "Ex- prcssion is the manifestation of life." Tho writer must make life manifest by giving expression to his own feel- ings and emoti...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 17 April 1926

- V-" " THE SIMMONS BRAND SATURDAY APRIL 17 1926 II 1 3tf f - V rfl mvvxmMnMS J v'?' ' vwr IfiR Of SCHOOLS "J : . W. T. - In my former' articles dealing with ..tho life of Doctor fames' B. Simmons I have had nothing to say concern- ing his monumental work In founding and building up schools. In a general way tho readers of THE BRAND know of his connection with the founding of Simmons University. But ' it appeared to me that there is room for another nrtlclo on tho life of this great man In connection with his ac- tivities as they related to other in- ' stitutlons of learning. A Great Call and a Great Opportunity In the former article Concerning i the pastoral experience of 'Doctor Simmons it wns shown that he was olected Cor. Sec. of tho American Baptist Homo Mission Society. At t the time he took charge of tho work there was a wide spread interest among tho people of tho North in the negroes of tho South In regard to their educational needs. Many people of Sucans jwero seeking to r...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 17 April 1926

' vi iflNM- ATHB 18IMKQNS 'BRAND SATURDAY 'APRIL Hi 1926. .." I Your For Newest Styles. The Cinderella Bootery CREATORS OF NOVELTY FOOTWEAR 228 Pino Street Phone 230 !lEBiamilDlDfQinE!iniDiniDM DEFEAT BAYLOR UNIVERSITY JOSEPHINE GAVIN - i r GLENN INGRAM WIN DECISION OVER HOWARD PAYNE PR FRY LAUGHS IN CHAPEL According to Dr. Frv. Charlie Tay lor told an entirely new joke Thurs day morninir in chatcl. Durinir his speech Charlie speaking of hoeing down the weeds that encumber the lives of people told the following: A Wan and his son were at work one hot afternoon when the tempera- ture wbb a hundred In the shade with no shade and the son had the habit of getting a drink every time ho came to the end of tho 'row from a bubbling spring which was about fif- ty yards from tho' field. The father told his son to hoe and not waste ten or fifteen minutes evory time ho noared the spring. The son obeyed for about two rounds when he de- cided that since his father was at tho other end ho would ge...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 24 April 1926

mi iyiWMrivmiwimMimrim' rwpup-ifiimiAii' wwi ' nmi fnniMH ffhe Simmons Brand VOLUME X SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY APRIL 24 1926. PJUCE 5 CENTS NUMBER 30 SIMMONS NIGHT IS BIG SUCCESS AT TAYLOR MEETING fpwjpppjfjp& ff'wiMwik!PwnwiiwM-nwi:iwJ' mgum V j- ? r. K i l I fr r r PUBLICATION HEADS ELECTED THURSDA Y MORNING MILLER AND LAM TAKE BRAND.-MARSHALL AND PICKENS HEAD BRONCO Chnrlt-? P. Miller Fditor Conrad R. Lam Bus. Mgr Ira J. Marshall Fditor . Thompson Pickens Bus Mgr. Editors and business managers for the two lending publications of the University were elected nt n special meeting of tho student nssembly Thursdny morning in chnpcl with Frank Kimbrough presiding. Charles P. Miller of bilcne for three years a prominont student in Simmons and nt present managing editor of tho Brand wns elected un- animously as the editor-in-chief of tho Brand for tho year 1020-27. Mr Miller has done rcportorinl work on tho Univerisity newspaper for three years serving as assistant s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 24 April 1926

THE SIMMONS BRAND SATURDAY APRIL 24 1926. A!" '(.. fr . r r ? --.j - V" i ji 4 ' V- . " WO Weekly fcT Xrfant Body el Stannous A . TMrtnttgr. mi -- i Wakuii m seesmd ckus matter June k ft 1IT at U FostoBHee at Abilene . V - T.tf s afrmfrilos Friee per yearJ-W 7 IN 'hfembcr; of' tte; Texas Intercollegiate Press Association. Offiea; Fket Floor Science Building FuMkaed Seek Saturday Morning. 0I7lftU 5Jjl As Bryant says of Nature would say of literature t "To him who In tho love of 'Litera ture holds Communion with her visible forms she speaks A various language for his gayer hours. ( 4 She has a voice of gladness and a smile K And eloquence of beauty and she glides Into his darker musings with a mild And healing sympathy that steals away Their sharphess ere ho Is aware." OCIETY. OTIS D. CARTES BdRw-fa-CWef EARLT JOINER Bnalneaa Manager Caas. Miller. George Pari TL. Wright CUwU&e Olsea. 'glng Editor Sports tstant Sports -News Editor Society Cearad B. '. Jee Breed. sst. Bus. Mgr. -Cir...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 24 April 1926

THE. SIMMONS BRAND SATURDAY APRIL 24 1926. V fcl fu 5v " . wij ".f SIMONS TRACKSTERS STAGE BIG COMEBACK TO TIE HOWARD PAYNE rf '4 .j From lO to 3 in Howard Payne's favor' to ft 57-57 tie at the end of the meet was the record made by the Simmons cinder patchers and field men in the dual track meet between Simmons University and Howard - Payne College on Parramore field Friday1 April 10. Simmons cinder packers ' and field in the mile relay brought the score from 52 to 57 for the Simmons team. .."Race Horse" Davis furnished a ready valuablo link In the late chain of victories by winning th0 two mile race. Tho mile relay was perhaps the thriller of the day. Since the score "was very vital to Simmons and the race was very close the 3 minutes 30.8 seconds were crammed with ex- citement Davis clipped several seconds from his. record in tho mile run finishing almost a hundred yards ahead of his nearest opponent. Ho also mado ex- 4 cellent iime in tho two mile run mak- "lng the distance in 1...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 24 April 1926

& li It I? i B7 m J 1" PATTERNS PATTERNS WE HAVE THEM. The Cinderella Booiery CREATORS OF NOVELTY FOOTWEAR WIN OVER SAM MORRIS ATWOOD AND MORRIS WIN OVER HENDRIX Elmer Atwood and Sam Morris representing Simmons on the affirm- ative of the question: "Resolved that the child labor Amendment should bo adopted" won a unanimous de- cision over representatives' of Hcnd- rix College of Conway Arkansas Tuesday night April 20 in Abilene Hall. Although interesting: the de- bate was rather one sided the Sim- mons men having a decided advan- tage both in reasoning and in pre- sentation. Atwood first speaker for Simmons based his argument on the issues (1) That th0 states have failed to regu- late child labor satisfactorily giv ing statistics to uphold his conten- tion and f.2) That the state govern- ments are unable to cope with a na- tional problem ns the child labor problem. Morris second speaker for Simmons followed up these argu- ments by showing that the Federal governmqnt can if given...

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

'; . aw '..7-ir'-J'r: - .r 1WWST'vrMI''e ' ' tflW4r ' . - - " . w ' V ' - - -'. tm m fin ffifrim i t ' t. W.J V"t H !'' l.l ''Vl " . i r .yjf '.VtiLUMBX ; SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE TfcXAS SATURDAY MAY 1 1926. Price 5 cents ' NUMBER 31. SIMMONS DEBATERS WIN UNANIMOUSLY OVER BAYLOR U. r tr - . ir : : i ; s - - ' i " SOPHOMORES .WINNERS OF ABILENE REPORTER SILVER LOVING CUP BOB 'WHIPKEY AND GEORGE PARKS EDIT DEST COLLEGE CLASS EDITION T. C. U. WINS ANNUAL T.S.O. A CONTEST HELD AT SIMMONS FRIDAY CHARLIE TAYLOR TELLS SIMMONS CARRIES OFF PRESIDENT SANDEFER RECEIVES SUBSTANTIAL GIFT FROM ANSON MAN SIMMONS REPRESENTED BY ROLFE BARNARD AND L FITZGERALD LIFE STORY TO LARGE CROWD ON TUESDAY HEAVY END OF TRACK MEET SCORE FROM TECH SIMMONS DELEGATES ATTENDING T LP A. CONVENTION AT H. P. CONVENTIQN CLOSES TONIGnT WITH. BANQUET AT IL P. HALL 1 . 1 Vt J: '-1 v l f-S "iUV :?;u BALTIMORE EDITORS JUDGE Cup to Be Awarded at Press Banquet to be Held Next Month;. Club Tho Sophomoro edition of the . v JJ...

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

THE SIMMONS BRAND SATURDAY MAY 11926. a' 'ifeBBtVnt kBBBBBi1 jBBpBBBsBmmmBi" ) SV MmUr tar w lMNI CM M aiMlWSC MT. VM mm smm MHw'JtM m IWI ftt ikV.PMteffiM at AttcM Prl Mr- yer I2.M of tWe Tm' Intercollegiate PrM Association. FrtHitu SkMay Morakg. - - Hi. i ii ii ii OTM 9. CARTMt NHw-k-OM XAKLY JOINHt Omm. KilisrU M'gteg Editor Sports qi'rj''pMrV Assistant SperU 1L Wri&t: New. Bdtter & 0 Seetety '. IT Bas. Mgr. .vnCWnlvfl J&JUsRsa . JsTAFF RBP0RTBR8 Mm? MftiiVWn Versa Smith Carroll Wood Leosard Lynch Ivy Rhodes Bob Whlplcey Kayniend lynum WHAT LITERATURE CAN DO " FOR WRITERS . " By Winifred Camp In an article on "Literature and m Writer" by Joe Burton which 'appeared '&' the SIMMONS BRAND efApril 1.7 .there are set forth some ' Ue value aecrulntr to a writer from ;tMV 'study of literature. I have see .eagerly .forward studying the swrke of writers of all times and of all racea never doubting that in the .pages' they have' left to the werld there were to be found mcs-...

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

T -N THE SIMMONS BUAND SATURDAY MAY X 1936 A W -!' Mai 9i& ify rt' i. tir K'l .. 't & 1. 1 &' : $ i?' 7 :Y t '.I' ."ME ii f . -vi fit . ft '&' ' ' ' --K $$S :fe ' l A. J vr- ''..' " - r.T it- : . iff I ft - '. " .afb .LPsW M SPEECH ARTS RECITAL GIVEN BY MRS. HARWDLL Mrs. Etta Fleming'' Harwell gavo her graduating recital in speech oris ' In the auditorium of Abllcrio Hall . Monday evening April 20 reading "Sun Up" a. play In throe acts by Lula Vollmer. Mrs. Harwell was exceptionally well poised and her recital compares favorably with those given during the past five years Miss Hobgood stated placing it on the same artistic level with the recitals given by Miss.Willlo Ray McDonald Miss Linnie Maude 'fuller .and MIsS Dorothy Compere. ;. .' Mrs. Harwell's Imaginative and ' dramatic thinking created a wonder- ' ful atmosphere for the play "Sun Up." Her interpretation of all the characters vas exceptional possibly ' Widow. .Cagle and Emmy were rcpre sentative of her best ...

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

' ' .. ai H MJtkQOT BJUHD UTTtKY MAY 1 1M6. mmm ri ALWAYS SOMETH.Na NEW AND DIFFERENT The Cinderella Booiefy CREATORS OF NOVELTY FOOTWEAR 228 Pine Street Phone 230 MEMORIAL TO WALTER CAMP SMlTH;MAtL TtO-KTS Mrs. Russell of Graham is visiting with Ruth who ia 111. CQWB0Y8 TAKE TWO FROM ST EDWARD8 (Continued from Page Ono) WITH OUR EXCHANGES I ; i hetno by J. James' two ply slam to left . v Simmons prolonged the game by saoring two n the eighth of which there Was no need. Klthbrough's double a base on balls an error and a scratch hit by Moore turning In the pair- of extra tallies. Second Game With Lefty Hunt southpaw oil the mound the Cowboys let St Edwards down very easily. 12 to 0. First Inning: J. James opened-with fly to deep Center. Dyer walked Dur renburger hit. liner down third .base to hot for Bailoy to field. Jay fan ned. Q'Shaughnessy fanned. ' Simmons: Foster advanced to' sec- ond on error of left fielder .Pickens fly to right field. Foster went to third. Estes trippled sco...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 8 May 1926

v ? ( - . fe .-'vV: i 4 ' ". i. -v 'T . .' C rH . - 7. Sf 7- StMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY MAY 8 1926. PRICE 5 CENTS NUMBER 32. l&l ; li l IkI.I'1 iri li -II vMl!llul' bv uw r g WW As M "aahJaaH '-Am .1 t I-. Volume x " ) .4" .. w -1 ?! :- L vw '?' t Fr .- j .Jr . "" ON THIEF MtLtl IN SENSATIONAL COURT TRIAL "PROMINENT JUNIOR CONVICTED OF CRIME BY O. & D JURY HEAVY SENTENCE IMPOSED Much Legal Talent Uncovered .Outstanding Court Proceeding! In C. It. Lara charged ' with theft fainted and was carried from the court room in an unconscious coh- ' dltlon last Wednesday when the fore- man 'of the jury reads "We the Jury find the defendant guilty as charged and assess the penalty of ene year thirteen months thirteen ;days thirteen hours thirteen minutes and thirteen seconds imprisonment in .Howard Payno College. The trial was one of the most sen national affairs in the (history of Simmons district court and was a culmination of a series of Investiga- tions regarding a s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 8 May 1926

i -; -l . ' THE SIMMONS BRAND SATURDAY MAY 8 1936. Pv i &1W Jhujfr afl $ WrttM (feb k Mm Mwrwt of the ' Wtf V 0mWranfl U .'!MMM'iMH4 ehwa matter June ltlT;t Uw Ptffke at" Abilene Ti gwfceriftipK Prke per year $XM if. MmW.o the Texas Intercollegiate .0 .Press Asseektlea. V. Offtee: First Floor Science Building: PaMisaea Each Saturday Morning. J-y OTIS D. CARTER EARLY JOINER Manager ' 1 ..Cfcaa. Miller M'glng .Editor Sports George Parka Assistant Sports T.L. Wright News Editor CUwBae' Otoes -Society shops where the papers arV-prhtted-; It is true sohm of these lffleltist cannot be alleviated hut Jth'e associ ation should enforce the constltutlwt to the letter if high standards are to be maintained. Then if a way is found to remedy things "that remedy should 'bo incorporated in the con- stitution. t More interest has been taken in Journalism nowspapcr workj literary effort and other press activities In Simmons during the present year than ever before in tho history of tho instituti...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 8 May 1926

.; THE SIMMONS BRAND SATURDAY MAY 81926 w wkrnr i ft y !&? - (' ..7 AONM8 CALDWELL TO GIVK RECITAL THIS EVENING Mil Agnw Caldwell- who ii grad- uating from the speech art depart- ment will read "Alice Slt-By-The-Tke" a play In three acta by Sir James Barrle Friday evening at the University Auditorium at 8 o'clock. She' wlU bo assisted by Miss Jessie Maude Humphries junior in the voice department who will sing eight songs between the acts of the play. ' MISS HEAD APPEARS ' IN. SENIOR RECITAL (V ft W. 1 3. 4 '' IsC- ;J'Mlss Lota Clyde Head was- pre- sented In graduating recital for the. Bachelor of Oratory Degree In the '. auditorium of Abilene Hall Monday -.ovenlngj May 3 by the 'Simmons ! University Fine Aria Department .Miss Head read "The . Goose 'Hangs -Hlgh" a. throe-act play by Lewis Beach. :Mlss Head displayed unusual abil ity in her character portrayal. Her .' representation of the elderly lady - and tho Twins .revealed artistic ex- cellence) and thinking throughout the e...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 8 May 1926

" Mkk'4fh'V Jms(V 'ffcf . ' 4 .. .t -Aia-y NEWvSE?RiNa COLORS IN ALL 3.LK fcH.FFON HOSE JXfe Cinderella Sbdiery CREATORS OF NOVELTY FOOTWEAR PHHIPBMIWWWWBMHHWWIllllllltlHIIWHHHHHg SKELETON TniEP FOUND GUILTY IN SENSATIONAL COURT TRIAL ( Continued from pogo 1 ) water that flowed from tho eyes of the' weeping jury. - However tho scathing denunciation of tho prosecuting .attorneys; their rigid denunciation of tho defendant and all of his cohorts so hardened the hearts of tho jury mado them so' feel tho guilt of Hho 'defendant that after a good gamo of craps in tho jary room thoy rendered U verdict 6f "guilty." lit Is thought however hat tho clos- ing 'part of A. John's speech had much to do with tho verdict rendered. It is ai'VfolIowsJ - "Hero ifUhe story of Mick jy.;McGuiro Who ran through town.VUh his trousers on flro; ' 1 He fled to the 'doctor and fainted with fright When tno doctor .informed him his bnd-Was In sight SAM MORRIS WINS TEXAS ORATORICAL CONTEST LA8T WEEK (Continued fro...

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