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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 15 May 1926

fummmmu ifSimwjy.mmitwSm ffije Stmroan&Braifl .4' VOLUME X SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY MAY 15 1926 PRICE 5 CENTS NUMBER 33 MORRIS ATWOOD AND FITZGERALD WIN OVER WAKE FOREST h hf fr U p X i n I! iv i Cowboy TO PLAY FOR TEXAS DIVISION OF U C V AT ANNUAL REUNION WILL VISIT HISTORIC SPOTS OF THE OLD SOUTH ON TRIP Today at noon thirty-six members .of the Cowboy Band Inc. will leave for Birmingham Alabama to attend the reunion of tho United Confeder- ate Veterans as the official band of tho Texas branch of that body. Final arrangements were completed by the officials Thursday afternoon for de- fraying the expenses of the organl- satlon. At the beginning of the week it seemed highly probable that the Cowboy Band would not get to make ' the trip but Thursday noon Abilene business men came to the rescue and saved the day for tho veterans and the Cowboys. Tho band will be away from Abilene about one week. During that time a great' deal of the South will be seen. On the trip ...

Publication Title: Simmons Brand, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 15 May 1926

t ' s& THE SIMMONS BRAND SATURDAY MAY 15 1926. tlw Brand $ Weakly bv the Simsaoaa IMM CM to the Interest of the '; maim Jey ef SinKoaa University. Mered u seeefed eksa matter June -..v M 17 at Us rottotneo at ADUene Tea. Irtaarietlea Pries per year $2.00 Member of the Texas Intercollegiate Press Association. Office: First Floor Science Building Published Each Saturday Morning. OTIS D. CARTER BiRer-ia-Chlef EARLY JOINER Basineea Manager Chas. Miller M'ging Editor Sports George Parks Assistant Sports T. L. Wright : News Editor daadlne Olsen Society Conrad E. Lara- Asst. Bos.-'Mgr. Joe JBreedClrculatlon Manager STAFF REPORTERS Mary Hanldas Verna Smith Ethel Shaw Ionise English Raymond Bynum Joe Barton Carroll Wood Leonard Lynch Ivy Rhodes Bob Whipkey A GREAT VICTORY With tho winning of the debate with Wako Forest College Simmons - has closed the season with a glori- . ous and fitting climax. For eleven years tho Wake Forest teams havo been debating before the Southern Baptist Conve...

Publication Title: Simmons Brand, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 15 May 1926

t THESIMMONS BRAND SATURDAY MAY 15 1926. JBK ire if '4 v -: w - -v lBf ill OCIETY i 70 Wtt JlWf FOURTH MISS IIIMA EDMONDS Tho engagement of Miss Irma Edmonds of Bernlce La. to Mr. Joo Cloud of Rule Texas both mem- bers of tho Class of '25 of Simmons University was announced Monday evening at an informal reception held In Mary Frances Hall honoring Miss Edmonds and her attendants Mrs. J. E. Greer Misses Mildred Cald- well Jessie Maudo Humphries Lois Riddle and Dorothy Sandofer by Misses Bcrnico Mask and Gladys Edmonds. "Friends in tho University will bo glad to know that tho wedding will take place at tho homo of Mr Cloud's sister Mrs. Greer 1839 Hickory street on Friday Juno 4. Tho bride-elect 1b n former student of Louisiana Stato Normal College. She came to Simmons last year. At 10:30 o'clock tho guests were led into the dining room beautifully decorated in pastel shades .where a delicious two-courso lunch was served. Over tho center tablo there hung a largo wedding bell with stre...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 15 May 1926

THE SIMMONS BRAND; SATURDAY MAY 15 1926. PAWS t FOUR 1 tr i i i THREE PAIR OF OIR REfilLAR $1.95 HOSIERY $5.00 The Cinderella Bootery ' FOR SATURDAY ONLY msmmsesmmimsafammmsmsmBBsm an I 1 SMILE REMINDERS FRESHMEN AMORS ENJOY PICNIC AT ABILENE LAKE MONDAY Hand-painted knees are tho latest thing for flappers these days You would hardly know the old joints now. A one girl man today is as hard to find as It is for a fish to find a dry place to sit. It began & nil things must a (fow minutes boforo the tlmo sot From tho Vicinity of Mary Frances i Hall a slow movement started and as nine o'clock approached tho move- ment increased to a rapid pitch and a tumult of gleeful laughter aroused tho romaining lato sleepers from their pillows. A bit after nine o'clock tho two trucks wero loaded to .tho cars with plcniccrs and n multitudo of legs swung in carcfrco joy as all hands wero summoned and tho trip to Abileno Lako was on. Other cars preceded and followed likely carry- ing its burdon of ...

Publication Title: Simmons Brand, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 22 May 1926

c 1 - vWi; ' 4 :&' ' M W r VOLUME X SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY MAY 22. PRICE 5 CENTS NUMBER 34 SI H H H H A 1 H H 1B1 1 1 Hj K . j Hl. K 1 1 1 Hi 1 .bxr iuuhuui emu t m i I v. ft f y v- I ; ! ) COWBOYS MADE NEARLY m SENIORS TO RECEIVE DEGREES AT COMMENCEMENT JOHN 8PURGEON BATE8 TO PREACH BACCALAUREATE SERMON MAY 30. LATTIMORE TOGIVE ADDRESS University to Give Master of Arts Degrees for the First Time. Plans for the annual commence- ment exercises have been completed and tho commencement proper will begin Saturday May 29 when an ftrt exhibit will be held in. the Cald- well Fine Arts building to continue through the week culminating on Thursday. Juno 3 with the gradua- tion exercises at tho First Baptist church. A class of nearly 100 seniors will participate in tho exercises. The bachelor of arts class is not tho larg- est in the history but tho fact that a larger numbor of students will re- ccivo degrees brings tho number of graduates to about tho same as last year...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 22 May 1926

rV 2ft THE SIMMONS BRAND SATURDAY MAY 22 1926. M ! Em Pt Ki. Yh- 4501? jMnMiMttBniiid RMMH rf tMHfT By HM BnBMOlIB tnm Oh im the lateratt of the WtaJsai Bear of Stamoss Ualrersity. Blrttnil as Boeead class matter June U ltl7 at the Fostoffko at Abilene Stiassriatka jhriee per year $2.00 Member of the Texas Intercollegiate Frees Association. Offlee: First Floor Science Building Published Kach Saturday Morning. OTIS D. CARTER JBVTfvvIB vol 6C SARLT JOINER Baftiaeca Manager Chas. Miller M'ging Editor Sports George Parka Assistant Sports T L. Wright News Editor ClawUae Olsea Society Cearad R. LaraAsst. Bos. Mgr. Joe Breed Circulation Manager STAFF REPORTERS Mary Haalrhw Verna Smith Stfael'Shaw Leafee English Raymond Bynum Joe Burton Carroll Wood Leonard Lynch Ivy Rhodes Bob Whipkey ONE MORE ISSUE OP THE BRAND With noxt week's Issuo of The Brand wo close our year and sign our "30" to the tenth volume of Simmons newspaper history. We close our forms for tho year no corrections cap be made...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 22 May 1926

-1. - THE SIMMONS BRAND SATURDAY MAY 221920. 1 -a t 3 -4 iJr w ;; t-t UK c :fr . ?A 4 ( ' "? vK"l Aim VOICE GRADUATE IN BEAUTIFUL RECITAL TUESDAY On Tuesday evening Miss Zanada Mnnn graduate from tho department . of singing Simmons University was ' presented in recital by Anna A. Mor- ris. She was assisted by her sister Miss Helen Mann junior in piano and pupil of ftoxy Harriet Grove. Miss Mann whose home is in Ar- tesia New Mexico entered Simmons last year having had previous train- ing in Baylor University Possessing a soprano voice of exceptional beauty the manner in which she gave her numbers was a delight to all who heard her. Her French group she sang with case sweetness of tone and good dic- tion. In "Come Down Laughing Streamlet" "Joy" and "Tho South Winds Are Blowing" she displayed i-gront facility. "Tho Shepherdess" was given with very sustained even timbro of voico and clear ringing tones. 'It was in the aria "Ritorna Viinci- tor" from "Aida" that her voice was shown to b...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 22 May 1926

kTm t -j1 WL0BF09. FREE FOR SATURDAY AND .MONDAY r Hand painted Georgette Handkerchief with every purchase of FIVE DOLLARS or more. The Cinderella Bootery 228 PINE SOUTHERN BAPTISTS HOLD 71ST ANNUAL CONVENTION AT HOUSTON TEX. MAY 12-16 The 71st Annual meeting of tho . Southern Baptist Convention conven- ed In the City Auditorium at Hous- ton on Wednesday morning May 12. The attendance was unusually large perhaps ten thousand visitors In all. The largo auditorium was comfort- ably filled at tho day services and at night hundreds were unablo to find even standing 'room. Dr. George W. McDanicl of Virginia was elected president for tho third time. The vice presidents arc 0. S.aLattimoro ' of Texas John DA lell of Georgia A. M. Bennett of Florida L. J. Bris- tow of Louisiana. II. C. Mooro and J. Henry Burnett were ro-clectod re- cording .secretaries. George W. Nor- ton of Kentucky was elected treasur- er; and Wl P Harvey was re-elected auditor. Adopts Statement on Evolution Following the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 29 May 1926

ffite Simmons Bnttifl VOLtJMB X SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXAS. SATURDAY MAY 29. PRICE 5 CENTS NUMBER 35 UNIVERSITY SUMMER SCHOOL TO OPEN THURSDAY JUNE 10 m i; V Cowboy Band Returns From Birmingham Ala. Sunday TRAVELS 2250 MILES TO ATTEND REUNION OF CONFEDERATES ATTRACTS LARGE CROWDS MANY SOUTHERN CITIES ON "WEEK'S TRIP IN Several thousand people were nt tho T. & P. station last Sunday to welcomo tho Cowboy Band home from its longest trip of its history. It was returning as the first official band of tho Confederacy after a week's absence from homo during which time a largo part of tho South was visited on tho tour to and from the United Confederate Veterans' reun- ion which was held at Birmingham Alabama. Tho band left Abilene Saturday; May 16 and roturned to this city Sunday afternoon May 24 Mndo Official Band. At about 3 o'clock on Thursday af- ternoon May 20 a resolution was passed by the venerable warrior of '01 which mado tho Cowboy Bond of Simmons University the officia...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 29 May 1926

liT S fVf THE SIMMONS BRAND SATURDAY MAY 29 1026 wmgmm J ! u. WfrKmiMmBtTinfl frrtiltslii Wa&iy by the Simmons Trtm CM m the Interest of the Bedy of Slmmos UmVersRy. Sheered m seeoiid okss mutter June tt Ml? at the PoatofTieo at Abilene Tee. inbairtpikn Price per yer; $2.00 Member pf the Texas Intercollegiato t Press Association. Office: First Floor Science Building Published Each Saturday Horning. OTIS D. CARTER Bdltor-lB-Chief EARLT JOINER Business Manager Chas. Miller. 'ging Editor Sports George Pari Blatant Sports T. L. Wright Claudlno Olsen. .News Editor Society Conrad R. '. Bst Bub. Mgr. Joe Bree -Circnlation Manager STAFF REPORTERS Mary Hanklna Verna Smith ' Ethel Shaw Carroll Wood $ Louise English Leonard Lynch Raymond Bynum Ivy Rhodes Joe Burton Bob Whlpkey WE GIVE ADYICE AND MAKE OUR BOW! With this issue of the Brand the tenth year of our history is made. There has been more interest m stu- dent publications and in journalism this year than over before. Wo are glad tha...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 29 May 1926

' WVUFWfc (! "BWP. r rf THE SIMMONS BRAND S TUttDAY MAY 29. r L i H I V ft v t to F CO WHO Y BAND'S TRIP THRO DIXIE By The Dullslingcr Outsldo of tho time and dace the main difference In Sherman's march ' through Georgia and the Cowboys' march through Dixie Is tho fact that ' (Sherman's mon dodged bullets while Colonel Wiley's army dodged cinders from locomotives and stray Louisiana mosauitoog. It Sherman had marln his march through tho lower part of the delta state on foot ho might have been able to think up a more vigorous definition of war. No kidding there are mosquitoes in Louisiana and of a healthy specie too One natlvo ono of tho fow white men seen In that section of tho country told tho Cowboys that tho old Idea of sleeping under tho light of tho western stars would bo tho bunk in his state becauso the said stars arc sometimes Invisiblo duo to tho frequent swarms of insects. While going through certain sections of tho Louisiana swamp district alligators were to bo seen loung...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 29 May 1926

s TAMt FOUK THE SIMMONS BRAND SATURDAY MAY 29 192$ V : y WE WANT YOUR ADDRESS If you will givo us your homo address and your size wo will bo glad to send your shoes and hosiery to you this summer on approval. The Cinderella Bootery BOX 1343 PHONE 230 ART MPARTMENT GIVES CHAPE PROGRAM ANNUAL EXHIBIT TO II E HELD AT FINE ARTS AUDITORIUM 8ATURDAY WMHHHHwmfflBmtBMUCTmfflUKiKiroaurais COWDOY DAND RETURNS FROM BIRMINGHAM ( Continued from page 1 ) MARY FRANCES SCANDAL was the other city in which a parndo was made on tho trip to tho conven- tion city While in Birmingham tho band was quartered in a vacant office building and tho members were al- lowed to take meals at tho Masonic Temple with soma 4000 veterans. Abilene Group Entertained. Several social functions were given in tho reunion city in which tho Cowboys were invited. Porhaps tho most Important of these was tho six o'clock dinner given in honor of tho Abilene delegation by J. J. Gilmorc tho sister-in-law of Judge T. A. Bled- soo and...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 12 June 1926

"43 " VOLUME X SIMMONS UNiyBRSITY ABILfeNE toXAS SATURDAY JUNE 12. NUM&ER 36 ' J f t IV U I 9 lf-' fr i It1 11 LYCEUM GIVES STUDENTS 17 ATTRACTIONS FOR SUMMER COMMITOE ARRANGES FOR CHAUTAUQUA IN TERN'S ENTERTAINMENT DEVEREUX PLAYERS WILL GIVE TWO PERFORMANCES HERE THIS MONTH The second lyceum course for Sim' wons Summer students wlikh. has been .arranged for this term presents the largest array of entertainment aver afforded in any one .quarter. Admission to the entire series fcf programs given by the Premier Chautauqua two. plays given by the Devereaux dramatic company (of New York and a night-of entertain- ment by W. Powell Hale imperson- ator are all Included under the course which is covered by the bank- et fee. Tho Premier Chautauqua which runs in Abilene from June 11 to 17 inclusive will have fourteen attrac- tions all sl which are open to Sim- mons students. This is. the first time that such a varied lot of entertain- ment and programs of .educational value such as aire p...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 12 June 1926

V Nf Tw THE riuttMUJNsS BRAND Pafeliabed Weekly by the Simmon Press Clab te the laterest of the Stadeat Body of Slmmoai University. EBtered as second class matter June M 1917 at the Postofflce at Abileae Texas. Sabscriptlea Price per year $2.09 Member of the Texas Intercollegiate Press Association. Office: . First Floor Science Building Published Each Saturday Morning. THE SECOND YEAR STUDES HARRY ON DAY AFTER BOTH GRADUATE JOE CLOUD AND IRMA EDMONDS ARE WED IN PRETTY CEREMONY. SANDEFER ELECTED ATHLETIC MANAGER For the second consecutive year Tho Brand will be published during the summer term and Simmons "will havo a year round news publication. This advanco from the nine months paper began when the institution reached the rating of a; university. It was thought then by the- administra- tion and members of the faculty that such a step was only in keeping with the growth of tho school. Several other colleges over tho state had for several years continued their news- papers during the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 12 June 1926

THE SIMMONS BRAND L h Cowboy Pitchers Carried 1926 Team to 13 Victories Records of tho past season for the Cowboy baseball team reveal a team of strong pitching and weak hitting. Fielding records ran a little below normal proving that tho high brand of mound work done bythe four twirlcrs Hunt Potter Balloy and Daniels was the winning factor in tho thirteen victories which Simmons gathered out of eighteen contests. Only six men batted over 200 dur- ing the season and only two Kim brough and Balloy went over the 300 mark with tho stick. Other men who" passed 200 were Pickens Estcs Moore) and Hunt Kimbrough who re- ported to Palestine this week being farmed there by Houston led tho slugging with a 370 average. Only one inflclder Miller made an average of over 000 Hunt veteran left-hander led (ho pitchers with an average of 833 but Potter headed the staff in strike-outs fanninjg a total of CO men in seven games. Hunt fbllowcd with 40. Daniel did not have a loss against him in games but ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 12 June 1926

w t ' -t ftMM POOR HE SlklitONS feRAND i If 4- Lk k n TEXAS PAPER HWORS SIMMONS UNHfERSTTY WITH SPECIAL EDITION Sckool Journal Devotes Juno Issue To Review ef the Sckool RKAD THII IF "YOU ARK KOT PROUD OF TEXlAS TIIK BRAND AND COWBOYS (Continued from Page 1) Recognition by the Texas School Journal came to Simmons recently When the June Isbuo of the magazine was made a Bpecial Simmons Univer- sity number. Most of the articles in thts issue were about Simmons and written by members of tho university faculty. The entire paper sought to shOwJhe' important place which this . school now occupies among the high er educational institutions of the state and nation. The first pago carried a picture of President Sandefcr arid a well writ- ten tribute to his work. Tho follow ing was said of President Sandefcr "We present herewith President Sandefer of Simmons University Abilene Texas Sandefer of Simmons k an. individual unique. He is not built on common or ordinary lines. Be has what one great ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 19 June 1926

J 2s L irty fcAbrste-aA I. ' ? . ta U v Ito .mS A V . mmam w m - - m m. Si i- . i - VOLUME X SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXAS .SATURDAY JUJE 19 NUMBER 37 If K t r w Xi t- h- h - f J- i r t i V I EXPECT ENROLLMENT TO REACH 400 MARK OFFICE FORCE REGISTERS 327 UPTO LATTER PART OF WEEK SOPHOMORES LEAD CLASSES Juniors Come Second and Freshmen Third 25 Listed for Cor- respondence Wok The enrollment for Simmons Uni- versity summer term reached the throo hundred and twehty-seven mark Thursday. ( Twenty iflvo are listed for correspondence courses and more are expected to register wjthin the next two weeks which will bring the total number upj to four hundred compared ta nn enrollment of four hundred and twenty seVen last "year. SophomoresJiavc the largest en- rollment of' any .iclass totaling one hundred. The Juniors como second with Bixty and the Freshmen third with forty five. Other totals were as follows on Thursday ipf this week: Graduates' eight; Seniors thirty1 sev- en; Training School...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 19 June 1926

Jht Tw THE DUttmujNS BRAND nr . '" p PafeUsked Weekly by the Simmons Prees Clab la the Interest of the Student Body of Simmons University. Entered aa second class matter Jane 22 1917 at the Postofflce at Abilene Texas. the hands of every alumni of this school a big stride will have been gained in solidifying the association. The. move initiated bg Mr. Cum- mings the president of the associa- tion is a very wise one. o PAT YOURSELF ON THE BACK Sabscriptiea Price per year $2.00 Member of the Texas Intercollegiate Press Association. Office: First Floor Science Building Published Each Saturday Morning. Louis Burnett Pauline' Hardesty Clarence Cosby John R. Hutto Mattie Cook F. U. Powell A NEW INSTITUTION The museum which is sponsored by tho Simmons Round Tablo was opened this week and a special mvi tation was extended the students in school to pay a visit and see tho in teresting collection which has been gathered. It is the plan to keep it open all tho summer and this isa rare opportun...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 19 June 1926

W fiw Jf V TtWiW'piWlJpH'WHi umf --"WJ-Mfyvwwf"vflv-T!Bp-S - TIIE SIMMONS BRAND Ff Tkm EVANGEUSTR.fi. (BOB) BAUCOM BECOMES SIMMONS U. EVANGELIST KUHN TO CONTINUE WORK IN BRINGING IN NEW STUDENTS REV. R. C BAUCOM Evangelist Bob Baucom an honored Alumnus of Simmons University together with his cultured wife as his pianist and soloist has been engaged by tho trustees of Simmons University to bo known as Simmons University Evangollst. All who know Brother Baucom and his unusually well qualified wife can bear testimony to the good fruition that has come in saved souls whero they havo held meetings both in Texas and in several other States. Brother Baucom as does every representative of this institution will ever bo found faithful to everything for which Southern Baptists stand and loyal to the last degree to all of our interests and insitutions. His address will bo Abilene Texas after July first and pastor friends of Simmons University aro asked to consider his claims as they plan their ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 19 June 1926

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