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

h h VOLUME X SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY JULY 10 1926 jffrg Simmons Brmi NUMBER 40 r i w w SIMMONS WILL GIVE PROGRAM AT LUEDERS ON NEXT SATURDAY LARGE NUMBER OF STUDENTS EXPECTED TO ATTEND ON SIMMONS DAY PRES. SANDEFER TO TALK "Simmons O'Mlne" and "Proposals" Will Be Presented By University Players Today is Simmons Day at the Luedcrs Baptist Encampment and it promises to draw many extra hun- dreds to tho little town on tho Clear Fork to witness the university's part In tho program. A large number of students have planned to attend. This morning (Saturday) tho play "Simmons O'Mino" written by Mrs. J. D. Sandefer which has already been given here and at Buffalo Gap will bo given by the university play ers. This play which deals with tho spirit and advancement of Simmons is expected to cause unusual interest among tho encampment crowds. Tonight tho play "Proposals for 1026 Program" will be presented. This play was written by Miss Olivia Hobgood head of tho Speech Arts Dep...

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

c THEIMMONSBRAND 'VMaM .v IV Published Weekly by the Simmons Press Club In the Interest of the Student Body of Simmons University; Entered as Bccond class matter June 22 1917 at the Postofflce at Abilene Texas. . Subscription Price per year $2.00 Member of the Texas Intcrcollcgiato Vi ' .Preas Association. Office:. First! Floor Science Building Published Each Saturday Morning. (Reporting Staff Louise Barrett Pauline Hardesty Louis Burnett Robert Harvey J. 0. Carter John R. Hutto Maitio Cook F. U. Powell Clarence Cosby Ella Glllmorc STUIJENT OPINION " Tho Band hereby solicits contribu- tions to this column by any student. Go to work at once and writo up your pet idea. Wo only ask that your piece be short that it take no pre- judiced stand against anyone and that it be of general interest to the student body.) PEP Heyi Why have no a cheer leader for tho summer term 7 Prexy looked around for such a man the last time' at chapel but no one was secured. J Everybody around this institution...

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

'WW'iWEW W'lUHJj'lipiVMWW'W-'il. Mjmww i'jW WH' ''iWt.W"iy IPWI'P.'-Wli' WIWipPjlMWwMWIfPW Wii'' 'W m 7 . i THE SIMMONS BRAND Paget Thaw B. Y P. U. HAS PARTY AT ICE PLANT LAWN FRESHMAN GIRL LEAVES AT DEATH OF FATHER BMMMMMMKM SMITH HALL GIRLS Ji'wPJWWPi' T 4 COLLEGE HEIGHTS GROUP EX- PLORES ABILENE'S POWER HOUSE Last Friday afternoon members of tho Victory B. Y. P. U. of tho Collcgo Heights Baptist motored to tho lawn at tho ice plant for a nice little pic- nic. Tho group wero chaporoned by Mr. and Mrs. Foreman. D. D. Ken- drtck also wen along to engineer tho bunch to tho place of destination. It is understood that ho did very well considorlng there was a feed at the other end of tho lino. Somo eighteen members partook of tho affair. Many good things to oat wero carried along and about tho right time hunger was well cared for. The force at tho plant were very courteous to their visitors permitting them to exploro oven ho remotest parts of tho building. Tho boiler room was tho first ...

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

Its " ri " .J 1 ' I 'Pago Four' THE' SIMMONS BRAND . t l -tv . i -wwrH' if M ;f V rr TO CLOSE LYCEUM TODAY WITH TWO PERF6RMANCE8 (Continued from pngt 1) proved. Ho is a born ontcrtainer easy and natural in style pleasing in voice' and rich in varety of selec- tions. Mobile Daily Item. He completely captivated his audi once. Jacksonville (Pla.) Times- Union. " a raro pleasure to follow himin his interpretations of the varied em6- tions and passions of tho human heart. New Orleans Picayune He takes his audience with him at his pleasure and leaves them delight- ed with his work. His impersona- tions are perfect. Memphis (Tonn.) Evening Scimitar. MARY FRANCES SOCIAL CALENDAR The entertainment given last even- ing by W. Powell Halo was a raro treat Mr. Halo is unsurpassed in his impersonations and tho audience was neld in closest attention during tho cntlro program. No moro promising young artist has appeared in Okla- homa this season Oklahoma City (Okla.) Daily Times-Journal. Mr. Halo c...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 18 September 1926

f r jmmm && -. t . 'X j - '- rf i .; VOLUME XL SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 18 1926 NUMBU-1 FOR FIRST TWO DAYS IS 708 i . i II lii' .1.1 1..I.1 ill. i ill i- . . . . i.iii ! i 1 . - FALL SESSION ENROLLMENT "r . && wt J: N m ft ftV.J 5-'- u. -T If iV - y "I f WILL ROGERS AND PROGRAM IS SPONSORED BY COWBOY BAND Of SIMMONS One ofjtbe greatest entertainments of the year Is promised for November 10 .when Will Rogers the greatest American humorist since Mark Twain wlB speak in Abilene under the aus- piees of the famous Cowbby Band. Gttbert Sandefer manager of the band signed a contract with Chaa. L. Wagner Rogers' manager during the : latter part of. August for the appear- ance of the Internationally known . celebrity in Abilene. ' ' Wherever newspapers aro read Will . Rogers is known as ono of the great- eat of America's citizens. His hum- orous articles on topics of the day are read by millions every day. His style has made him. a '"side-kick" of "...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 18 September 1926

THE SIMMONS BRAND t WMhkr W h OlhfchtJft May a (Mm fl SPKVf " Mm Pnwwh k ANhW MkilHgltMv Price pr y r W.H o k Tmm kridreoUegiftte Ffctt Fleer galeae BaUdlag Yataraay Meratag. AMLte P. M&Lfeft JMlter4a-Chkf Caaraa R. Xam BaW WUke? 'Business Mgr. Managing Ed. Circulation Mgr. . Mi. WKLCOMS slsMuro t welcome the nine Hmwwm taisiiera. fievec -before baa vvaf 'UtumMtaC nnd tae privilege of amenmngi -waiceaset to suea a largo group ot atuoeata enroled ia the umvemty. 'Ae wa and sew students alike wo . oat win greetings. Uld students we rera tooa are again in school--New aiuaonts we congratulate you en fftewetiag iHimmnna as the place Ja wateBto continue your education. VVe nope that you will soon adapt yearswvea to the! ways of the Uni versity. When you do that you will enjoy your college life to the fullest extent x ou may feel assured that a 'iaajerity o tae old Btudents will help "yett'la'toaayprefrlems that will arise lKmHMt to time. Lat as-all Join together in theTvork -of waauag...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 18 September 1926

n tv ft THE SIMMONS BRAND lnt - : I-'. : r 4 M my i n "llX University Business Page Here We Are Again at the Opening of School Everybody Boosting Everybody Happy and Rarin' to go for Another 9 Months! THAT'S THE SIMMONS SPIRIT AND THE BUSINESS MEN WHOSE ADVERTISING APPEARS ON THIS PAGE ARE RIGHT THERE WITH THE GOODS WHEN IT COMES TO BOOSTING. THEY ARE HERE TO SERVE YOU MIT BEFORE THEY TELL YOU IN WHAT WAYS THEY CAN SERVE YOU THEY WANT TO SAY "HOWDY" INTRODUCE THEMSELVES TO PilX. THE NEW STUDENTS AND GREET ALL THE OLD FELLOWS WHOSE FRIENDSHIPS THEY HAVE FORMED FN OTHER DAYS. THESE BUSINESS MEN HAVE INVESTED THEIR MONEY TO PLACE EXCELLENT STOCKS OF GOODS AND MOOEftN . 'EQUIPMENT CONVENIENTLY IN REACH OF SIMMONS STUDENTS AND OTHERS IN THE IMMEDIATE NEIGHBORHOOD AND THEY HAVE A RIGHT TO EXPECT THE FIRST CONSIDERATION AND A LARGE'SHARE OF THE SIMMONS TRADE. THEY WANT SIMMONS STUDENTS TO KNOW THAT THEY ARE BACKOFTHEPURRLEAWDGOLDTOTHELASTJDITCH AND WILL GO AS FAR AS ANYBODY TO SUPPORTEVERY...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 18 September 1926

' --- t . sf 1 'mmL ataai M&igtf-y aaa KTBiinnntD ri wtoac ACTTYITIES MKATMI SCHEDULED t)K MSN'S TEAM AT PltlBKNT TWO LETTUt-MEN ARE BACK Vfr. fi. CJHwil Piatt to Begia Its Warkfor Cowing Tear Immediately 1 Last year marked & new epoch in !fe ImW of Simmons in debating viad oratory. During the year Sim- atajwrwaa one of. her greatest honors . (MmM( Wake Forest College of ' "Wake FereetNorth Carolina at the .'Sonthora Baptist Convention in May. . watery Simmons won first place ' Ja the state contest of .the national aontost for orations on the Constitu- tea. To exeeU' this record would .be . .anolihor diamond in the oratoricaland '- delating crown of Simmons Univer- sity. And this k just what the ora- 'torteal and debating' council proposes i16 6jO y " There are scheduled already three debate. One is with Baylor Univer . atty &( 'Waco one with Hendrix Col- lege at Conway Arkansas and one with Oklahoma' Baptist University of . Chiekasha to be held hero. In addi tion to the...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 18 September 1926

i i ..-ffirV' wi x - THE SIMMONS BRAND rS.U.OKGAKIZEDTO CARRY ON RELIGIOUS WORK IN SCHOOL council made up of piiomi. v vp cwmmuw tut r& ?' ft 1 ; k NENT STUDENTS IN ORGANIZATIONS : Plans are under way to mako this 'year tho greatest year In the history of Simmons not only "in athletics dramatics forensic work band work but also In religious work; The Bap- tist Student Union is tho organiza- tion which directs the religious life "of the University. This organization is" composed of students enrolled in Simmons for when a student enrolls ho automatically becomes a member of tho B. S. U. ' Out of the body of- students how- ever several aro selected as a B. S. U 'ouncll to direct' tho religious work. Tho Council for this year is as fol- lows: Lawrcnco Fitzgerald presi- dent; Roy Skaggs first vice-president; Robert Harvey second vice- president; Lucllo Ilardbergcr-record-Ing'sccrotary; Ina Patterson corres- ponding secretary Earl Sliughtcr .treasurer; lee Hemphill auditor; La- cy Bec...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 18 September 1926

' fife! COWBOY BAND BEGINS PRACTICE TUES. KSaaaaaaaaaaaaB&iBal m$BfflBmM m BalBflHHFawl BaaaTCsBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBasisam (B IBS iB s? tK aaaafiBBBBBBBBBBBBln iHsaaaaaKiBr HHHM aaaWaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaW HnMHp HnHHHhbCH BMl Msaaaa HMl saaas8HBBapH8BPll'A aaa' BaKSaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaiali iHKhOL BBs3&BjS&aawGaar "saU BaV?!BaaaaaaaaaaaaaaTJIlff StSBaaaaaBMBas ' HHBHBnM'-'Hfc1 Baaat&saaaaaaaaaaaaaaaBxEias&iM BST'caaaaaaaaBaaajBai ox aBBBBBBBBaaaaaaHBai w.io't'aa aaawi9aBBBBBBBBBBBBBBnHaHaa araSvlVaBBBBBFaaBT . HHN'HHi aaaaiaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaHMHL JSaa7jS9IEallBaaa. BBBaaaaaaaHaV' '?TB1 i'aaaa!sBBBBBBiBHVaamaaaaaaaB9S8aMr9SBW cSiBBBBBBBBBBft v'iBBr BBYI!"HBil BwBavHHpsaaBBaiaBaaHBVaBBBBBBB BBBBBBBBBaf BBBBBiaMMaMw o'Frem the kips planned at the pres eat tbae with the work to accomplish la the meantime the famous Cowboy NM Ia& of Simmons University wMl ;experieace a full year's work which began with the initial practice at the organisation Tuesday after- Bees. Prof. D. 0; Wikv an...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 18 September 1926

THE.STMMON&BRAND K. . .-n r Forty Four Men LACK OF RESHffEfMAlN PROBLEM CONFRONTING COACHES In answer to Coach Victor Pnyno's first call for football men 44 husky h&rdhtttnlg candidates for the squad packed their grips and came trouplng in for tho first -workout September 10. Slnco that t(me Coaches Payne and" "Fats" Cranfil have been putting tho .fourteen letter men about thirty- six recruits and tendcrfcet through Bomo stiff workouts in order to get a team in shape for the Simmons St Mary's tilt whlch is scheduled to toko place at the Fair Park next Saturday. Although the. prospects for tho Cowboy squad this year havo not caused any great amount of enthusi- asm In tho mentors' headquarters it is generally conceded that the pros- pects this year aro -no worse than tho early season prospects of last year. With f14 letter men for tho backbono of tho team Coaches Pnyno and Cranfil should havo a fairly representative team. Several of tho hardhitting Cowboys of last year were lo...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 18 September 1926

f . Psylttjk T1IE SIMMONS BRAND i h : it I I. FACULTY FOR FALL SMilON 8TRONO IN ALL DEPARTMENTS (Continued irom Pago 1) D. from Bethany' and has studied abroad with Sir. J. J. Thompson and other noted men of science. Dr. 6. H. Cooper chairman of the faculty will continue to head the de- partment of philosophy and educa- tion. Ho is well known among the educators of the South and needs no introduction :o anyone acquainted with educational work In Texas. Ills positions in educational circles of this state have be6n many and im- portant He was twice superintend- ent of public instruction and was president of both Baylor and Sim- mons for a number of years. He holds a IX. D. frm Yolo and has studied abroad. Dr. C. C. Ulster will continue to hold his place as professor of history. Dr.' Bister is a popular instructor and a thorough historian and is a 'Valuable asset to the teaching staff. He id a graduate of Simmons and .has received his M. A. and Ph. D. de- grees from George Washington U...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 25 September 1926

M" X f '..V. " f'.y; '. r-;-"' .a. . . .'ii r . . v . ' i Volume xi SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY (SEPTEMBER 25 192S NUMBER. 3. STUDENTS TAKE PART IN WEST TEXAS FAIR PROGRAM & m r' 9&k rt f rtrrt l nx A. rt 1 1 1 r iV I III 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I -If II JI 1 1 II K IK X h rfc A'1 . P . v V I' ; 2T UNIVERSITY ENROLLMENT IS STEADILY IMCREASmG APPROXIMATELY 850 STUDENTS REGISTERED IN SIMMONS FOR COURSES When the bursar's office closed Thursday evening approximately 86 students had registered for courses ia the University. It is thought that the number will exceed 1000 before the close of the fall session since students are coming In every day. The enrollment as it is counted in Simmons consists of only the stu- dent who are in actual attendance at the University class. If the num- ber enrolled in the extension depart- .meat of the University as Well as a large number of pcoplo enrolled for one or more courses in the school of Fine Arts were counted the total enrollment wou...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 25 September 1926

H&&ZI m iWIlM THE SIMMONS BRAND V ) J ' 'A . m lyfhMMniinrmidg MB WM to tl TtllllM.i h i lHMNRi ttM Matter Jum H 1MT at Um fttfefffe at AWm fctWmltWtfr. p jfTj-.2M Mvnbtit f tiw Txm Intercollegiate Prats AMectfttioa. OWwm Ftwt Fleer Selene Building FwtWilixl fewfe Saturday Morning. Five Children of One Family Come to S. U. Because of Parents' Love for rexy; Maurine Whiteside is Last of Five to Enter Simmons CHARLH8 P. MILtER Stet-In-Chfef CONRAD R. LAM ReWt WWpWy Managing Ed. Jm Brawl Circulation Mgr. Rmltin Jfarteety Special Reporter bhAll we have a COLLEGE CIRCUS Several years ago the tradition was in SlMnoaa of haVing a ekwM la the school every two Laet year "was the year that the University should have staged m.eiretM but for some reason or .Mm- the matter passed by without any partiettlar attention on the part e. the sbakat body. Tuesday night In the. senier' class meeting a senior BBWesled that the class start the agi- tation fer a real "Kollege Sircus" in Bfanmono thi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 25 September 1926

t f . - . . THE SIMMONS DRAND ttJt'Mw Cowboys to Open Season With St. Mary's Rattlers Today DOPE SCARCE ON TWO ' TEAMS IN TODAY'S x GAME . ft? " This afternoon nt 2:80 o'clock at the West Texas Fair Park field the Simmons University Cowboys will play their initial game of tho Season "with tho St. Mary's College Rattlers. Tho Simmons coaches and Simmons fans will get to see tho Cowboys in action after riino months waiting for tho opening of tho grid season. !A great deal of mystery shrouds thls. afternoon's gnmo. Every ono is .wondering Just what tho Cowbo"ys can do. Then tho samo fans are 'speculating at- strength of tho team "from San Antonio. Very few are willing to predict an outcome for Con- test. It is thought that the gamo played today will bo one of tho most costly contested games played in Abilene this ''week. Although tho Catholics ..arc reputed to havo a team averag- ing 100 pounds to tho man it is thought that tho Payne and Cranfil .aggregation although much lighter "than...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 25 September 1926

TH1C SIMMONS BRAND iT m Vf l& ft: & tf- t $1J2 KAYMR ALL SILK CHIFFON HOSE from toe tor top smart shoes for mfea or matron Cinderella Bootery 220 Pino St. MMHJMMHBHMBHBHHHBMgHHBHHMWIIBIIMlrtHBHBHHBaHBH KUHN IS SUCCESSFUL IN HIS FIELD WORK H&H EVANGELISTIC SINGER VISITOR IN SIMMONS Ono of tha distinguished visitors one tho Simmons campus this week was Jerry Cox singing evangelist of Fort Worth; Mr. Cox visited his wife and- son Wayland during the earlier part of the week. Mrs. Cox and her son are students in Simmons. Mr. Cox has been actively engaged in religious work for a number of years. He was assistant pastor of tho Travis Avenue Baptist Church of Dallas for five years. For the last fewy cars ho has traveled over a large part of Toxns as an evangelistic singer. Ho requests that any of the .student pastors in Simmons who wish to get in touch with him about his work write . him at 1105 Orange strcot Fort Worth .Texas. Y. P. Kuhn 1 "Boy howdyl 111 sajr they are coming i...

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

fftj ? Simmons Brand s "W VOLUME XI SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEJtAS SATURDAY OCTOBER 2 1926 NUMBER 3. K f W' "5 ! J 5 y 'N BRONCO QUEEN. RACE BEGINS First nominees are agnes CALDWELL AND DOROTHY SANDEFER Tho Bronco's annual University Queons race started with full force Wednesday1 morning at chapel. Speeches were made at that tlnio by Ira Marshall editor of the yearbook Dean Rupert NRichardson and Sam Morris. Subscription slips were passed out among the students at the close of the. chapel exercises. Mr. Marshall expressed" tho hope that every student would cooperate in the yearbook's sales drive. He ex- pressed the idea that several candi- dates would bo nominated to make the race In addition to tho class nom- inees. He announced that Dorothy Sandcfcr had been selected by the senior class to make tho race and that Agnes Caldwell had been chosen by tho juniors to participate in tho con- test In a meeting of the freshman class tho first .year students voted to sup- . port tho junio...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 2 October 1926

SR ; r"' r'-F- lT ' r. . ( ?T Cn. r. jNfcjg HPt Wp WBWPwW WWii 13 I CM la m Mwwt at Mm f MkHW JVM M JWT at tfee FMtofflM at AMieaa Tsaas t frsirill Prk par year l.M at the Texas Iatereollegiate MWat Ftrk Fleer Seisae BaUdls FaaHsaed Baaa Satarday Morula. CHAKLBS P. MILLER Bditor-In-Chief CONRAD R. LAM D8JHHWS HEs Robert WMpkey Gee. Parks FaaHae Hardesty Managing Ed. Sports Editor Society Editor Circulation Mgr. Reporters for this issue: N. E. Mo- Guire Lois Yager Roberta Turner Ernestine' Roseer Gladys Ripley Mary Howell J. C Solomon Dub Powell and Lawrence Fitzgerald. OBEY THE RULES It beeees necessary every year for the officials of the University to take sosae steps towards the enforce- meat of rules of both state anil uni versity soon after the opening of the fall session. This year there is to be more rigid enforcement of the cede than there has been in the sev- eral preceding years according to President Sandefer. In order that no one shall be hurt or humiliated in the campaig...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 2 October 1926

"V" 3. rf f "i :.:'Aj1 f ."' '.' V. f ' - ' . ' U--A. .;'Jiii"Bsi . f y3 - ? f. I ' ' j.W T T iSimmons Cowboys Defeat St. Mary 's Rattlers 13 to 2 In spite1 of the many fumbles of thq; players the Cowb6y squad wM .able to got a 13-z victory from the St Mary's Battlers last Saturday at. the West Texas Fair Park field "Approximately 3000 football fans 'witnessed tho clash although a cold north wind curbed the enthusiasm of both players and rooters. Throughout the genie fumbles bad passes from center and poor playing in general featured on both Bides. The chilly weather which was sup posed to bo ideal football weather seemed to numb tho players into in- activity. The sudden change from summer weather of the day before to winter weather kept tho players on tho field shiwering when the ball was not in play. . The Cowboy Band the Cowgirls pep squad "ami sovcral hundred Simmons-rooters wero on hand to give -pep to tho occasion. Tho cheering from the grandstand continued throughout tho enti...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 2 October 1926

i THE SIMNfotfS BRAND fig Fm lK t ! A PARADISE OF BEAUTIFUL NEW FOOTWEAR SMART SHOES FOR MISS OR MATRON Cinderella Bootery 228 Pino St WTinilllllllllBWWWWgaHHWMHWWMWWHWBlnllllBmIIWHHW NOTES OF THE ALUMNI AND EXES. University; was present at the reeep Uen for new students hId at Mary Frances Hall on the night of Septem ber 18 lie assisted Ira Marshall in leading the students in some yells and songs Tom K-rEplwi recently nominated in the Democratic primary for the office of County Judge of Taylor County did his literary work in Sim mons University boforo going o tho University of Texas to study law. Ho will be ono of tho youngest men in tho stato holding such an Important office strength at line plunging The Saints' line held up in first class style against the soldiers de- spite the fact that three of the posi- tions were in the hands of new men. Mobncy and Vogt both new meri played strong games at right guard and right tackle. A number of other men showed sufficient stuff to indi- c...

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