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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 9 October 1926

' v ffifre Simmons Bnmfl VOLUME XI SlMMdNS UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY OCTOBER 9 1926 NUMBER 4. COWBOYS CLASH WITH SOUTHWESTERN PIRATES FRIDAY V ft fc l 4t 3 -i SB ft '' Miss Agnes Caldwell Leading in University Queen Race LARGE NUMBER ANNUALS SOLD INJCONTEST CLOSES TUES. i Interest In the University Queen race which closes next Tuesday at nine p. m- has been heated and tho contest is. drawing ton close 'mem- bers of the Senior and Junior classes aro redoubling their efforts to sell more yearbooks. Thursday at noon Miss Agnes Caldwell; junior candidate was lead- in? Miss Dorothy Sandefer Senior entry by 15000 votes. 'The totals ptoodi Q&ldwell 52300; Sandefer 37300. Miss Caldwell has been hold- ing the lead throughout tho race with the exception of two days. Both Senior and Junior classes held meetings Tuesday night to further plans for the contest.' All four clas- ses of the University will hold meet- ings next Tuesday in order to make a last determined drive to secure vo...

Publication Title: Simmons Brand, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 9 October 1926

P5HB THE SIMMONS BRAND ;- M V K. ! 'W vtn .f v - i '. at tatlM ! f UM UftlvftrsNr PUBUC OI'WKH Ktf4' I H4' ftlS BMktyt JUB n: tM7 at Uw Fwrterflee at AbUeM Twis .. Bul)rtiiril- Fries per year $2.00 t the Texas IntercoUegia Frees Association. 9: First Floor Science Building Baea. Saturday Morning. CHARLES P.. MILLER Editor-In-Chlet ' CONRAD R. LAM Business Mgr. Robert Whipkey Gm. Parks FaeKftc llardestjr Managing- 'Ed Sports Editor Society Editor Circulation Mgr. -Reporters for this issue: N. E. Mc Guire Lola Yager Roberta Turner Emetine Rosser Gladys Ripley arytxioweU J. UTSoIpmon Dub Pewell and Lawrence Fitzgerald WHAT OIJ THE SCHOLARSHIP SOCIETY? New that the new term is well ttiwerway; practically all the various. ra-ewricula activities havo boon reyived an4 the university is getting iw-Ks routine' work. Departmental taM have-already been organized tie literary societies havo beeun work the various sectional and so- . euu ciuDs the dramatic and musical organizations and both divi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 9 October 1926

H THE SIMMONS BRAND . & mm i j .W- SIMMONS COWBOYS DEFEAT ST. ED'SJ TO 0 m WALKER MAKES NEEDED i. 'TOUCHDOWN IN HARD FOUGHT GAME t . 'i -. ft Gridiron Cookies ' tfy staging- a. roundup in tho second quarter of the game played between VSt" Edword'8 Unlyerslty nnd Simmons i -V ht Austin last Saturday tho Cowboys 'V '.succeeded in branding tho Saints with "'' ' ..v'T0 rtnr' Approximately 1500 V. ; -'peoplo witnessed tho exhibition. '. ' In tho first low minutes of play "" -Durrenberger punted tho oval oyer 'tho goal lino from.midficld for tho" ' Saints. Taking tho ball on tho 20 ' ' yard lino Wells Estes Compton and Davenport took turns In crashing ; -through tho Sainted Hnb. Six first ". i downs wore mado before tho stanmed- Ing Cowboys could bo stopped. Walker smashed over guard for tho only touchdown of tho game Wellsplaccd "kicked gdal. .Tho Saints threatened to score in ' tho second quarter 'after Dyer and t ' ' Espamer had ripped around end for long gabs to placo tho ball on ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 9 October 1926

THE SIMMONS BRAND . If. P r KAYSElt SHEER CHIFFON HOSIERY ALL THE FEWEST SHADES SMART SHOES FOR MISSES OR MATRON K1 95 Cinderella Bootery 228 Pino St. STUDENTS URGED TO ATTEND B. S. U MEETING TO BE HELD IN BIRMINGHAM Lawrence Fitzgerald d "On to Birmingham" is iho battlo crp of many of tho students on tho campus. This phraso merely means that they want to attend tho First South-wido Student Convention ever to be held at Birmingham. Alabama October 28-31. All students aro eli gible to attend this convention and Texas' minimum auota is 200 dele. gates. Each Btudcnt body in Texnsls asked to send 3 per cent of tho Btu- dcnt body. This would allow 24 stu- dents to go from Simmons. Groat ef- fort should bo made by a number of students to atond this convention at Birmingham. Who Should Got Tho question may bo asked by some "Who should- go?" Tho fol- lowing classes of students should go to tho confcrcnco: 1. Studqnt officers in religious or- ganiations certainly ought to go. 2. Consecrated ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 16 October 1926

.e n r. " l VOLUME XI SIMMONS UNlVERSllT ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY OCTOBER 16 1926 NUMBER 5. COWBOYS PLAY TEXAS TECH MATADORS HERE FRIDAY iffye Simman Bnrnd V. fc ' n 1 V i I. . V I 1 . B3)irtIhiY Samdefeir IgEltdl Orawemty Qmb inn BronrotolM Famous Cowboy Band is Well Received in Roswell New Mexico PLAYS TO AN OVERFLOW HOUSE AT BROWNFIELD TUKDAY BROWNFIELD Tex. Oct. 13. Tho Cowboy Band played to an over flow houso here last evening. They broke a houso Record Everybody pleased Rlalto Theatro by E. E. Jones. (Tho above telegram was received by President Sandefer Thursday morning.) (Day Press "by Robert Whlpkey) ROSWELL N. Mex. Oct 14. Cow- boy Band entertained royally In homes of Brownfleld peoplo Tuesday night Played there beforo largest crowd ever gathered In Rlalto Theatro and went over big. The band is being well received in Roswell. It opened the Cotton Car- nival this morning with best parade ever staged here. It is said to be one of the best bands to ever play in Roswell. Tho Cow...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 16 October 1926

c - y - I ft 3fc t " t . H a' r ttottto THE SIMMONS BRAND i . Qimi jimmmwiuii q L T yj jj TaLK$ mm it IN l mm nw uuaiH M MttT at Mm FMtofftM at AMmm. fchstrtjtlen Prieo Mr yea M-W et Mm Texas Iateceellegiftto Ann ftWWWBWWU Offttet rkit Fleer Sekaea BslMteg Paktfttod Baeh Satariky Morals Tryouts For 0.&D:V In'NearFiiture CHARLB8 P. MILLKR Bditor-Ia-Chfef CONRAD R. LAM Robert Wklpkey Managing. Ed. (fee. Parks Sports Editor Pauline Hardest? Society Editor Joe Breed Circulation MgT. Reporters for this issue: N. E. Mc- Gaire Lola Yaecr Roberta Tumor Ernestine Rosser- Gladys Ripley Mary Howell J. C Solomon Dub Powell and Lawrence Fitzgerald. ' SYSTB&f FOR ELECTION OF PEP LEADERS Inasmuch as wo have at the pre- sent timo no established Bystcm for the election of our "Pep" leaders it seems that a plan for election should be submitted. Students have only to remember the confusion in chapel recently to realize the inefficiency of the "custom" of election which .wo have been following....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 16 October 1926

J- " j. j ? swum- VA-'. ' ' 4 t. Vv! '. 1 '. ' ifiw: SIMMONS COWBOYS WIN A SAFETY AND FIELD GOAL GIVES COWBOYS' POINTS ;.;; ' By Spoofing Weir. j-'".-'" Simmons 5 Southwestern 0. ' ; - ....' Thus the first page" in. Texas Con .' - forcnce football history has been t ' ' '.written. f. ' . -.'$ !" ?!' tno PnKes that are to follow h v tticWyrlll novcr bo a talc of n hard- or; fought more bitterly contested . .-'struggle. ; ' . . - Ah artist wishing to reproduce the .. '' ;. ' ' picture must.'dip his brush deeply in ' . colors of purple and cold. For n fy. ' 'golden jcrtsod band of cowboys from t ' " ( oimmun .university neia nign"tne ' - '"emblem of victory when the final .'whistle had blown ending tho hard- "rj; ' est fought struggle over staged at Snyder Field homo of tho South- western University Pirates on last I Friday October 8. ' . Individual brilliance was forced to . bow' 'to consistent teamwork. Though j- the battle held' forth its stars it ' was the; find working of tho two ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 16 October 1926

SfWt THE SIMMOHS BRAND I TiimMr imwc in-.! mv- 51 Wehav&jaet received several your approval SMART SHOES FOR MISS OR MATRON Cinderella Bootery ;" 228 Pine St. 10 GALA EVENT FOR ThE FACULTY OF SIMMONS (The Abilene Morning Jcwa) The handsome homo of Judgo and Mrs. 0. M. Caldwell 700 Orange Street was opened to the citizens of Abilene Thursday evening in compli- ment to the faculty of Simmons Uni- versity and this .function the first of its kind to be given in tho 35 years history of tho institution was an appreciated opportunity was In the almost continuous throng .of callers there between tho hours of eight and ten-thirty. Assisting Judge and Mrs. Caldwell in. receiving tho 'guesta was a house party composed of the trustees and their wives. Tho university colors; purplo and gold were featured in all appoint ments of the brilliant reception with golden chrysanthemums and purplo gladoli used as the floral charm in 4 tho lovely entertaining suite which has recently been rcfinlshcd an...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 23 October 1926

gffrgf immons Brand - . r i. .fr A '4 --.; -Al. VOLUME XI SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY OCTOBEli'23 1926 NUMBER 6 MEET STRONG BUFF TEAM TODAY AT CANYON 66 1 )lhuiiM Like t Meet 99 iift GOWBOYS Say I Wiflffl m Pot 3! Wata St I a Vtt t';. j. "V . piM i Daniel Baker Expected to The ' . " Branding Iron Dub Pat iMrmt tho. only griping- we've .hoard feme the Slinmons-'iech tie came iMH .Un-horn gamblers. iJteeir hearts are with us only .when Uirf money i on us bo wo figure that every gripe they gnpo has a streak ot yeiiow ln It t 'Course thero are somo who nevor played in mud up to their eyes. This roar about pep leader elec- tions does not sung any mud at tho ibtevtea lor every oouy -knows that tne. pep is extra peppy borne lew have said without preju- dlco'tnat winning or losing mere has never beea'Deucr pep than at the last game. I -. t "Wveryearthquoke has a few slight shocics following .. 'ihey are nothing more than tniugs adjusting them selves. Tho Band returned from Kos...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 23 October 1926

3h THE SIMMONS BRAND v 4 .M :r .- 4l)psnuBftriiri w CM l tht lirtiitet U ha m4f U 1 mt at rMMrie at amm SWfcMrtptiMi Prta rr fttr I2.M Um Tmu Intereelleglaui f9A AftwvvMtvtGH Pint Fleer Sclenea BulldiBg faUtstui1 Saturday Moraing. CHARLES P. MILLER K4lter-ia-Chif CONRAD R. LAM Hitiit WMyJMf Managing Ed. est Parks Sports Editor rwNM Hardest Society Editor Jee Breed Circulation Mgr. Reporters: N. E. McGuire Ml drad Yeeger Roberta Turner Brneetine Kosser Gladys Kiploy Mary Howell J. C. Bolcmou Dub Pewall Lawrence Ifttzgerald and Haaal Hatton. ON TO BIRMINGHAM Tfce'iirat Soathwide Coafercnco of tJwKb. U. to to be held in Jtsirming- fcam Oetofeer 28-81. 'Ihoso dates are atleou and it is time that Sim aaents who expect to attend tfcat convention make arrangements with those in' charge of the trip.. Ot all the activities In which Slm- aseij University takes a part thero is nene tbat should receive more at- tention tnaa the B. 3. U. acUvities. StMenta la the University have been too prone t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 23 October 1926

rla THE SIMMONS BRAND jwwr iTmJ'jt r sniiiH . . &" "' COWBOYS AND MATADORS TIE 0-0 LUBBOCK TEAM GIVES BOYS - STIFF 0PPOS11I0N1N GOAL ZONE BY OEOROE PARKS Fighting stubbornly through four long quarters of colorless loot-ball in which they wero decisively out- played the Texas Tech Matadors checked the rush of the Simmons Cowboys and hold them to a score- less tie in the first annual game be- tween these two teams played last Friday' on Parramore field liattered and incifccuve in mid- fteia tno Dig red lino reiormcd insido tneir own tnirty yard lino ana lougnt tho Cowboys to a deadlock 'itircc times tno cowboys bacics carried tne ball aimost unuer the snadow of tne 'lech goal posts and each timo they were unabio to advance it tartner. 'J. his inaoility to gain inside tho 'lech M yard nno coupled witn a suaden wilaness on tho part of fayncs' goal kickers accounted tor the zero chalk- ed up in the ltangemcn's score col umn. Tho Cowboys made 1S2 first downs to the opponents 3- Defens...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 23 October 1926

THE SIMMONS BRAND K. V IM m ANOTHER NEW ONE A BEAUTIFUL ANKLESTRAP Made of black satin trimmed in gunmctal patent high 'spike heeis narroW Spanish arches. Smart Shoes for Miss or Matron Cinderella Bootery 228 Pino St. "WHY ATTEND CHAPEL?" SUBJECT OF DEAN'S TALK TO STUDENTS FRIDAY tor fat tk dMofUim of a tWs' room Imt MarttM Ann did not mfe Jhls' picture Jtatll Isw days later she recognised it in 'another1 grls' room. The Muleehoe bally forgot to make note ot Autie's' birthday. Thank Ifeaven all gallant boys aren't dead yet. Elizabeth had a birthday and her brother gave her a party company chicken dinner and every thing down at the Wilson. "Why Attend Chapelt" was tho theme of the address delivered in assembly by Dean Rupert N. Rich- ardson last Friday morning. "It is impossible to have pro- grams in chapel that pleaso all of the pcoplo all of tho time be'eauso we nave such varied tastes. What ono person is pleased -with another person is not - interested in" ho de- clared "but we ha...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 30 October 1926

. uiifim.mm n .11 'VOiAJME.Xi SIMMONS UNIVERSITY BILfiNE T&tAS SATURDAY OCTOBER 30 1926 or NUMBERS COWBOYS MEET STRONG HILL BILLY TEAM HERE TODAY fc iliadler Cla elect Favorites .'t Appear in cheeLAiniira.al i I. A ; H' '. Plans Formulated by Officials for Homecoming Day Program The Branding Iron Dab Pal The literary societies having suf- fered lone from that awful disease No Enthusiasm seem ;to vbe' on their death bed; Liko all of the old 'generations they wonder what is to become of their offsprin these new- ly organized debaters. If a. Senior beats a- Junior and a Slime beats a Soph' debating may ''get' .a wiggle On. Be" funny if a slime marched off -with the honors and left a Senior with nothing' but his dlgntiy. But perhaps .the u'pperclassmen ;havo. grown in. the 41$ -of arguing. The Seniors are going away and leave the Campus all lighted up Porhapsttheyare not llt-up-bnt-they have taken a share of light from the 'institution and now wo should be thankful that they are gen...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 30 October 1926

?. THE SIMMONS BRAND i -.' m r t ' '& !' J. 2 a m.. wMK y " M nnij etase 'wetter J whs UMt PMiurta at AWkw RpPMnfMM Prw IW ya $2.W HpiW f ti TexM Intercollegiate 0HiM Wrsi "Fleer Selenee BaUding lmud leh Saturday Morntng. CMARL18 P. MILLER -. Seerta-Chle CONRAD R. LAM Hefcgrt WMpttey Managing Ed. fee. Parke Sports Editor PhMm Hardest? Society Editor Jee Bre 1 Circulation Mgr Reporters: N. E. McGuirc Mil- dred Yeaper Roberta Tumor Braeetine Rosecr Gladys Ripley 'Mary Howell J. 0. Solemon Dub Fewell Lawreaee. Fitzgerald and Basel HattoH. OUR INTERCLASS DEBATES A 'ereaitable step was made by the sealer eksa this week when a chal- ' lenge fee a class debate was tender- ed to .the junior class. It is the plan of the 'debating sponsors to foster an kterclass debating tournament in Siamese this year. The annual de- bates between- the freshman and tho seffeemore class have been hold every jear but. the other classes have re--' sained inactive in the forensic actlv- t It fa necessary tha...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 30 October 1926

".'. THE SIMMONS BRAND . v .1 ' . ar?'p. -. &.-y-Wf' t .& V'iii -'is i 1 ' ' "U'" ..' ;? . .V il'-r. & W:-.'; PTir ' Vkt'-TT.?' V. WSi'i ..jsu 5 '" Cowboys SECONDARY DEFENSE HALTS COWBOYS IN DASHES FOR POINTS Canyon Oct. 23 Tho will to win as hundreds of exos looked On Went far with tho West Texas Buffaloes hero today and only a supremo thrust In the third quarter when Plttman booted a field goal from tho 18 yard retrieved for tho SImmdns Cowboys the annual grudge battle with the Teachers. Tho scoro was 3-2. Tho Buffaloes were outplayed from beginning: io end but they were not outfought Tho fact that Simmons made 18 first downs to West Texas' two means Httlo. They did not have tho punch when it was needed for a touchdown. Homecoming Day .It was homecoming day for tho West Texas Teachers' college and several hundnid exes and former stu- dents watched tho game and added their encouragement to the unbrcak- ablo Bpirit of the Buffaloes. Merc- chants had decorated their store...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 30 October 1926

V r?a &' 'n THE SftflKONS BRAND lWt X " "!' - ... . ... .. . - J' " k- ' Nr n It. r IC rr a - v t . Mil IF If HOSIERY YOU WANT Wfc HAVElT Sheerest Chiffon br Service Weight All the neW shades for Autumm i-Smart Shoes for Miss 6r Matron Cinderella Booiery nnn ! C 228 Pino St. TEEN .STUDENTS LEAVE ; " WED. FOR BIRMINGHAM !i (Continued from Page .1) fcaffalo Gap tho first part of the iimtatiy. ;STwo ' of 'tho churches in Abilene mfre dent representatives. Colletre jt'&hts Baptist church has sent Roy Jwagg8 and tho First Baptist Church Imb sent Stanley Taylor and Clifford Solomon. VTho Simmons' delegation boarded ttw train at Buffalo Gap Wednesday rkemlng at 0:32 a m. From there they jeprneyed via tho Santa Fe to Hbua- tw At seven. that evening tho' crowd jlW'-'tho special train for. Texas Staents Thls.speclal contained about 260 students from the schools .of Tex- as. On this special train the Texas fcuneh Journeyed to Birmingham Ala. The Texas group arrived in Blrmtrig- ham abo...

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

iwpwippwuj iiiipwpwppwpiiiufflwiiiiyi mmw. PWlf W xu j u " iiu vm nyiwwipjniwf.ujiwwwwipwni iii.iiiijuhwh bw.p upw i.D.iiwpp njup.n " i jipinpnyipiimw"' ffije Simmons Brand X VOLUME XI SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY NOVEMBER 6 1920 NUMBER 8 FINAL PREPARATIONS MADE FOR HOMECOMING NOV. 11 Will Rogers and DeReszke Singers Be in Abilene Next Wednesday tvvmmwmmmmmimmnmj - The Branding Iron Dub Pal Motorcycle cops arc the only people who make money by running after the wild ones. Freshmen the strap thnt warms you on cold nights burns for hours sometimes and often it ia hard to take. You get over that after a few- months nnd are never bothered by it again. But there is another strap. You meet with it while you are Freshmen and as you let it dominate you it grows; it becomes stronger; it mas- ters you. You do not realize its binding qualities until you arc a Jun- ior or Senior and then it seems too late to reject its tranquil personality. As life comes on you find that the strap ...

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

THE SIMMONS BRAND ; t . . . .: t s. .j z J.JaM.MMM. . A. J ' C- r-' ' iJfW T t .:t. h V- s-P (.-. 6?" fc IV' Nr n ! laterealktriaw " '. CSAKUW . JHLLSR V. CONRAD ' LAM . V .-;. Batjiatsa Mgr. tofcHtW Srta Wfcer MtfM Xactfeaty. Sealety Bdlto 1m BriMf Ckelatlm Mgri S.J?'lL--lV JUDort'wa s'N; B. MeGuire Mil- hMfeCt to MnN U AA As4P aJb It i Ma 'a' AUuU ifi'YMftr Roberta Turner; BrMMtifi Roteer Gladys Ripley .KaiyHowill J: 0. Solemon Dub wU Lawreao' Fitsgerald-.and .l&JSaitwu' y$ Tins .COLLEGE spirit: . . t ir- '& reeaat death of tie A. & Mi 4wdopt who wm fatally hurt in tho -fight' occurring ."between Baylor UWMr aad A. & M. students at foo4bU game between .the. two . m thbo WVr in rh ita o a serious disturb ' mm ia higher scholastic circles of TaK aad certainly will bo the sub- Jeit of discussion between those twd inatHsitiona for some time to come. !. Tfca regretable thing about tho whole affair was its utter usclcssness. Wfcea the life of. a young person whd Baa aot ...

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

THE SIMMONS BRAND MM i i - V. 'jl IWfe jft Mies Defeat Cowboys by Score of 27 -7 . BILLIES TAKE ADVANTAGE .': OfABILENIANS'-BAIK PLAYING By GEORGE PARKS Taking advantage ot every break and presenting a strong defonso against the Cowboy attack the Dan- iel Baker IMl-Blllies broko all tradi- tions last Saturday and defeated tho 'Simmons University Cowboys 27-7 on Parramon Field for their first victory during tho twenty-five year period of athlotic relations existing between tho schools. It is an old saying that every team has an off day a day of fumbling and goneral poor play. Tho Cowboys had theirs Saturday. After opening up in tho first fivo minutes with a dashing attack that netted a touch- down tho suddenness of tho Daniel Baker score following tho kickoff scomlngly disheartened the- Kongo men to tbo extent of paralyzing tholr play. Ilcad kicked olf over tho goal lino and Yilha was allowed to fall on the ball for a touchdown and Ilcad kicked goal. This ovonod tho score so suddenly...

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

tmlm THE SIMMONS BRAND . i A ARE YOU TIRED OF MENDING AND SPENDING? THEN TRY KAYSER ' SLIPPER-HEEL HOSIERY Cinderella Bootery Smart Shoes for Miss or Matron- 220 Pino St. "Dam-it" Tombstone to be Replaced by Juniors In a regular meeting held Tuesday night In Smith Hall parlor the Jun- ior claim voted to have "Dam-it's" RAY BARRETT HONOREE AT SEPR PARTY Ray1 Barrett was the honorco at a birthday banquet given Tuesday even- ing In the dlnlnjc r6om by tho Senior girls of Mary Frances Ilall. When the Seniors gathered for their regular meeting thoy too were Un- aware of anything unusual being scheduled for the ovening A large number of the Senior class was pres- ent. Tho business of tho evening was immediately attended to. Miss Inn Patterson was elected class historian Mr. Conrad Lam class prophet Mr. W. A. Foster class orator and Mr. George Marshall class poet Misses Leola and Corino Day sang two very pleasing numbers after which the Seniors wcro invited to tho dining room. A beautifull...

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