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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 1 November 1935

"ryt;ii? w 'f 1 it. i fj X- -. - it THE HARDIN.SIMM0N8 BRAND RANCHERS FALL 18-6 BEFORE MUSTANGS Wilson Leads List OfS.M.U.StarsIn Wichita Falls Game Hard-Blocking Ponies Clear Path For Touchdown In First Frame Fumbles Cost Cowboys Emery Paves Way For Tally With 40 Yard Pass To Bill Harris Southern Methodist's Mocking stnl wnrtH crash on. nml close behind in the path they clear comes the tattoo heat of the tinkling feet of Bobby Wilson. . . . The MustangM are march- ing and there is none who can stop them. . . . None so long as those great forwards keep stacking 'em up and Ilolihy is there to step out and speed. Coach Frank Klmhrough's Cow- boys fell before the power of this combination Saturday night in Wich- ita Falls 18 to 0 but defeat was not theirs without making a stubborn and valiant stand against the Southwcst's 1935 Hose How I nominee in addition to ringing up a score of their own near the last. It was the field blockin? of the Mustang forward sector and the mo- mentum insti...

Publication Title: Brand, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 1 November 1935

Pace Foar THE HARDIN-8IMMON8 BRAND Priscilla Helpers Organize By-Laws The Prlscllln Helpers in n regular meeting Wednesday nfternoon Oct. 23 adopted the constitution and by- laws for their organization. Meet- ing at 3:00 the 'service was opened with songs and devotion. Special numbers In song were given by Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Riddle. Since organization this was the first meeting and most of the time was given over to reports from the committee on constitution and by- laws and the social committee the treasurer and the program commit- tee. The officers of the organization are as follows: Mrs. N. V. Pitts president; Mrs. D. II. Howell vice- president; Mrs. Coon secretary; Mrs. W. I. Taylor treasurer and choirstcr; Mrs. Jnmcs Alexander pianist; and Mrs. N. A. Moore parliamentarian. The Priscilla Helpers are the wives of the ministers In Hnrdln-Slmmons university. o COWBOYS MEET SUI. ROSS LODOS TONIGHT (Continued from Page One) and Crowcll tackles; Callaway and Newberry guards; Malnlron ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 9 November 1935

fT . Thp rand NEWS TIPS: Will Rogers story Bcnuty election -.. TEXAS' FOREMOST COLLEGE WEEKLY . Page 1 Pago 1 A. nnd I. gnme . Pago S Current Campus Comment Pngo 2 VOL. 20 HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXAS NOVEMBER 9 19.15 No. 9 BRAND TO SUPPORT WILL ROGERS MEMORIAL Students Abilene Candidate Defeats Tommye Boren 288 To Victor To Go To Coronation Of School of Mines Bcnuty To Head Bronco List Classes Select Their Favorites For Annual Feature Section Jane Guinn Abilene was selected by the student body of Hardin-SIm-mons university as the all-university queen for 1935-30. The election which was held Thursday was the most closely con- tested in years. Trailing Tommye Boron by 59 votes in the preliminar- ies Miss Guinn carried the finals 288 to 208. In connection with being the high- est honor that may be bestowed upon n girl of the institution the office carries the reward of a full page at the beginning of the benuty section in the Bronco annual student publi- cation. This year t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 9 November 1935

' t.( fat Tw THE HARDIN-8IMM0NS BRAND '& Ir.V it K K lLt " f ITIie Dranfl A weekly college nowspapcr published every Saturday during1 the school year by the Hardln-Slmmons Press Club in tho Interest of the Student Body of Hariiln-Sim-mons University. Entered as second class mail matter Juno 22 1917 at the Postoffice at Abilene Texas under act of March 3 1912. Subscription Price per year ? $2.00 CURRENT CAMPUS COMMENT Editorial Office: First Floor Abilene Hall 1302 Univer- sity Drive. Downtown Office: 241 Hickory Street. Telephones 7211 0r 5751 GAINES SIIULTS Editor-in-Chief D. F. McCARTY Jr Business Manager MACK MACI1EN Issue Editor For this issue : Burton Shclton Ccarlcy Kinard Si Addington Sarah Elizabeth Cox Mack Machcu Cleddic Hall Qaithcr Lieb Whayno Petty S. J. "White J. Qrecubcrry Morrow Fay Morrison Tom Canon B. I. Collier Carson Jorduu Iloyt West "Willard Foster J. 11. McGraw. Honor thy father and thy mother; that thy days may be long upon the land which the Lord thy Go...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 9 November 1935

THE HARDIN-8IMM0NS BRAND I 9 i. - 'i "'" . "V i )-- Wt 4- V'5 A: ' .4. .'If p. .". t. A. & I. Invades Cowboy Stadium Monday RANCHERS COME FROM BEHIND TO DEFEAT SUL ROSS Kimbrough Expects Tough Battle From Fighting Javelinas Rated "Biggest Little Team In Texas"; Has Fine Record Cowmen May Open Up Nearness of Howard Payne Game Likely To Slow First String Hard-riding Cowboys mny find the wild hogs from Kinnsvillc n mlto tougher thnn they expect when it comes time to corral thorn Monday night. Donating one of the greatest bncks in Javclinn history in John McNnbb the South Texnns will not ho a set- up for the favored Ranchers. McNnbb is a powerful ball carrier and has chalked up C5 85 and 00 ynrd touch- down runs this year against strong competition olio against the Texas U. Longhorns. Exchange Tickets Students must exchange their activity tickets at the business of- fice If they expect to attend the game. Because of the fireworks display no one will be admitted on the activity ticke...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 9 November 1935

Page Fear' THE HARDIN-SIMMONS BRAND Accountant's Book Published By Rich Work Is First of Its Kind To Be Written; Sales Are Underway Prof. W. D. Rich hns recently had published a book "Legal Ropsonsibil- Itles nnd Rights of Public Account- ants" which ho presented at Colum- bia university week before Inst In consideration for his Ph. D. degree. This Is the first publication of its kind to ever bo written. It corres- ponds to the journals for doctors and lawyers. Judge nnd Mrs. O. S. Lattl- more received the dedication. Ho Is judge of tho supremo court of crimi- nal appeals of Texas nnd resides In Austin. Tho book will probably be used ns n supplementary text book in audit- ing courses ns it deals with the nc- counter's liability for negligence nnd fraud Incurred while making adults. A discussion is mnde of the subject both under the English nnd American laws. It contains n chapter dealing with tho qualifications an accountcr must have to practice. Miscellaneous rights of the accountc...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 16 November 1935

rand y i it m in ii iwmi.w urn i u.i.f. i .w f m I NEWS TIPS: Howard Pain - . Page 1 Who's Who .... Page 1 Editorial Page 1 A. and I Page 3 ' . ... .j P TEXAS' FOREMOST COLLEGE WEEKLY .. VOL. 20 HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXAS NOVEMBER 10 1935 No. 10 COWBOYS OUT TO BREAK JACKET JINX TODAY The hard winter has only Just be- gun. Anyone doubting same may have all scepticism erased by attend- ing a ball game after dark Borne night any night. Young Ragsdale brother of the bookstore grafter is 118 pounds of concentrated dynamite nnd his for- tune on the weight card reads thus: "You hnve loved nnd lost but are ready to love again. Next time remember the past and choose n mate not quite so cold." Unquote; his brother knows nothing of the little fellow's affairs but says it is not impossible that he is engaged in Don Juan tactics for there Is no keeping up with him. The cause of the commotion at the corner Tuesday night has been de- termined at last. It was only the Savage freshman t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 16 November 1935

m &' ' c THE HARDIN-SIMMONS BRAND ..wr " f fts fcvr K- t tf i&. ss i r- i ' .- . . :i & (i t IS. l i.i' ! - ' 0' v I " -R. - SVA 1MB. R.y jr " l u v ' ;'?" Up Brand A weekly college newspaper published every Saturday tVtriac the school year by the Hardin-Simmons Press Ch ki the interest of the Student Body of Hardin-Sim- Unlvertlty. at second class mall matter June 22 1017 at the Postoffice at Abilene Texas under act of March 3 1912. CURRENT CAMPUS COMMENT CURRENT OAMPUSOLOQY Subscription Price per year $2.00 Editorial Office: First Floor Abilene Half 1S02 Univer- sity Drive. Downtown Office: 241 Hickory Street. Telephones 7211 0r 6751 GAINES SHULTS . d. p. Mccarty jr. MACK MACHEN i i i . .. Editor-in-Chief Business Manager Issue Editor For this issue : Burton Shclton Ccarloy Kinard Si Addington Sarah Elizabeth Cox Mack Maehcn Cleddio Hall Gaither Lieb Whayno JPetty S. J. "White J. Grecnberry Morrow Pay Morrison Tom Canon R. I. Collier Carson Jordan Hoyt West Willard Pos...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 16 November 1935

- -VlF t$" X?-Wl r Ah THE HARDIN-SIMMONS BRAND JAVELINAS FALL 34 TO 0 BEFORE COWBOY ONSLAUGHT ofi Ra WW y-1 Cold Fails To Check "Touchdown Parade Of Slashing Backs Fumbles Pave Way For First Two Trips To Pay Dirt Early in Game Calloway Kicks Goals Javelinas Amass Three First Downs In Fourth For Only Threat Riding their most powerful war- horses of the senson the Hardin- Simmons Cowboys thundered to a 34- 0 victory over a scrapping band of A. & I. Javelinas Monday night on Parramore field. The crowd of 200 which braved the coldest weather of the year to witness the game was not disappointed ior tho Ranchers cut loose from the first whistle and di dnot cease their bar- rage until the closing minute. De- spite numbing cold the Cowboys played heads up ball every minute took advantage of every opportunity and exhibited a ground attack that could not be stopped. Javelinas Fight Hack The small host of Javelinas lived up to their name however and never gave up. With Scheupback and Me- N...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 16 November 1935

Pafca Fmt THK HARDIN-8IMM0NS BRAND Chorus Presents Church Program "Evening of Sacred Song" Is Held At First Baptist Church Hardln-Slmmons university chorus- choir presented their first program of tho year Sunday evening at the First Baptist church with Mrs. Lola Gibson-Denton head of the volco de- partment directing. They were as- sistd by B. Edwin Young head of the piano department and tho Hardin- Simmons university orchestra. Tho program for the "evening of sacred song" wns: Preclude orches- tra The Heavens Arc Telling" by Haydn; processional "Hardln-Slmmons Anthem" by Anderson; anthem "A Song of Thanksgiving" by Krcm-ser-Wilson; Invocation by Dr. N. A. Moore; quartet of Aaron Grant Har- old Stowe Tom Gnssaway and J. L. Dickson "Shall I Crucify Him" by Fuller; anthem "A Dream of Para- dise" Grey with Luzcllo Hicks as soloist; Fcarls' "Beautiful Use" by Ruth Scheibc Tabltha Adklsson Joy Pender Edith Currie Mildred Jen- kens and Naomi Davis sextette; an- them "Make a Joyful Noise' b...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 23 November 1935

Wf?wsf jr. NEWS TIPS: Band Concert Page 1 Three-Act Play Page 1 Intramural Football J. Page 1 Campus Comment Page 2 ' 1 TEXAS' FOREMOST COLLEGE WEEKLY J ijt VOL.M HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXAS NOVEMBER 23 1935 No. 11 Brand W r. r i f. e- f' Players Club To Present Three-Act Drama 'The Ghost' Monday Night First Major Production Of Semester Will Begin Jenkens Shaw Gayer Davis To Play Leading Characters "The Ghost" a three-act play by Henrik Ibsen will bo presented Mon- day evening at 8 o'clock In Hardin- Simmons university auditorium as the first major production of the year by the Players club. Ibsen the father of modern drama breaks away from all the traditions in this classic which depicts the so- cial conditions of the day. "The Ghost" is a morality play showing the visitation of a father's gins upon his son. Edelweiss Jenkens heads the cast of f iye assuming the role of Mrs. Al- ving widow of a late captain-chamberlain who is in love with Pastor Manders. Pastor Manders ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 23 November 1935

sjsvw"". r-- pi" j't- ? t wf.i. .? THE HARDIN-SIMMONS BRAND a r . !A !.' - . "if v fe : a i ? v t. fc & r f K ic. fcf. If s" 5?v - r "iw '.'U- l! ! : s t r . t ' i ' ' . ctf-S ''. " r ' lp Brand A weakly college newspaper published every Saturday (hiring the school year by tho Hardln-Slmmons Press Chib 1b the interest of the Student Body of Hardln-Slm-kom University. Entered as second class mail matter June 22 1917 at the Postoffice at Abilene Texas under act of March 3 1912. Subscription Price per year $2.00 Editorial Office: First Floor Abilene Hall 1302 Univer- sity Drive. Downtown Office: 241 Hickory Street. Telephones 7211 0r 5751 GAINES SHULTS Editor-in-Chief D. P. McCARTY Jr Business Manager MACK MACI1EN Issuo Editor For this issue : Burton Shclton Cearlcy Kinard Si Addington Sarah Elizabeth Cox Mack Machcn Cleddio Hall Gaithcr Lieb Whayno Petty S. J. White J. Qrcenberry Morrow Pay Morrison Tom Canon R. I. Collier Carson Jordan Hoyt West Willard Foster J. R. McGraw. CURRE...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 23 November 1935

w THE HARDIN-SIMMONS BRAND Fa HPC JINX FALLS BEFORE COWBOYS 14-0 GAME IN EL PASO TODAY CLOSES COWBOY SEASON 'Victory Is First In 7 Years; McKinney . And Crowell Score ! w -f Winners Gain 282 Yards On Ground As Passes Fail To Click Calloway Kicks Goals Jackets Gain But 57 Yards; Lose Back 24; Effort In Air Fails Wind Up Season Today These Cowboys arc in El l'aso for their tussle with the School of Mines Muckers this afternoon. They will all bo back next year save Capt. Mllby who dons the Purple and Gold for the last time today. PCMH.0Y BACK Hardin Simmons Howard Payne tho bitter Styx that for seven years has swirled under all Hardin-Stmmons attempts to escape from the lower football world hns at last yielded a crossing- Coach Frank Kimbrough's Cowboys beat through to the victory shore last Saturday in Brownwood and swnmp- cd tho Yellow Jackets in their own element by the most convincing mar- gin in nearly 20 years of traditional rivalry. It was a 14 to 0 rout for the Ranchers the tot...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 23 November 1935

jfl " '"f W ' A Pse Fee THE IMRDIN-8IMM0NS BRAND liMMfyiJ"t c ft I'V 'ill T" I hi I l 1 If 1 H I$l Cowgirls CompMmeinited By Ex With Suprim Sunppeir Ex-Cowgirls complimented tho Hardin-Simmons Cowgirls with a surprise supper last Friday evening in the Marston gymnasium. AH of the exes were Introduced by Glenna Fayo Grant and then they furnished tho program. Mildred Caldwell Armour told of the organi- zation of the Cowgirls in 1025 and Paulino Hardcsty Hutto displayed tho first Brand the Cowgirls over edited and gave reports of special trains. Agnes Caldwell Beckham gave an account of the financing of the trip to Little Rock Arkansas while Juan- ita Barrow Glenna Faye Grant Gc- nclle Jennings and Mrs. Park Grimes related incidents of tho Arkansas trip. Winnie Lou Bounds completed the program by telling the aftermath of the trip. Following tho serving of the supper the guests and the hos- tesses went together to the pep rally for the Hardin-Simmons-Howard Payne football game. The host...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 7 December 1935

S!5!S55SwS5i Mt .. -z.-- i.:r.sSAA.VaVW jrsarKfi2K.Sr T"''' ;' .-. ' "viv rf SCHOOL HONORS TEAM i- NEWS TIPS: Perkins Speaks Page 1 Goodfcllow Play Page 4 Hand Broadcast .. Page 1 Miss Campbell's Death Page 1 FIRST IN: Leadership News Interest Circulation V dinp tiranu B '"""i ! t I . rj 5: VOL. 20 RANCHERS ACCEPT SUN BOWL INVITATION Cowboy Band To Broadcast Centennial Program From Paramount Songs Of The West To Be Featured On Show Monday Night Regan And Plowman Have Parts; Hookup Is With WBAP Admission Is Free McMurry Chorus And Glee Club To Assist; Begins At 10:30 Cowboy band of Hardin-Simmons university will present the first of a series of program for the Texas Cen- tennial Monday evening at 10:30 at the Paramount theater. This program will be broadcast by remote control to WBAP studios in Fort Worth. The band will launch the centennial program in West Texas and will be assisted by tho McMurry chorus. The west will be featured. The world famous band will play the following numbe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 7 December 1935

:-i THE HARDIN-SIMMONS BRAND K$ '.. w VXt r tu $ k. r I 3. ISW hs. I.. IW &' l& '' i i 5" i r - v ft" 9 9 t r i- &. r m &Jt rf h LL $: if & ;WV -. 1 &--. $i5 A rV L I.' -1 !$$' - ur -:d . -""fJL Si BHkk Lia' f V Cfp Brand A weekly college newspaper published every Saturday during the school year by the Hardin-Slmmons Tress Club in the Interest of the Student Body of Hardin-Simmons University. Entered as second class mall matter June 22 1917 at the Postofflco at Abilene Texas under act of March 3 1912. Subscription Price per year $2.00 Editorial Office: First Floor Abilene Hall 1302 Univer- sity Drive. Downtown Office: 241 Hickory Street Telephones 7211 0r 6751 GAINES SIIULTS Editor-in-Chief D. F. McCABTY Jr Business Manager MACK MAC1IEN Issue Editor For this issue : Burton Skclton Cearley Kinard Si Addington Sarah Elizabeth Cox Mack Machen Clcddio Ilall Gaither Lieb "VVhayno Petty S. J. White J. Grecnbcrry Morrow Fay Morrison Tom Canon B. I. Collier Carson Jo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 7 December 1935

i;$iWml3?.' JW'wrowwyir ". ""'"."" V T-T - i " "? "X -'-?" TgK. ' r.i"v . ymffpry niiWflWV'W t5jf;'r ' Ik.?! tM' tv w my::m " "." - & THE nARDIN-SIMMONS BRAND " '.. 4 3sN . t 3!' V- -4. t COWHANDS DEFEAT MUCKERS .Counters In Each Period Give Locals Decisive Victory w Passing Attack Clicks For Touchdown Late In First Frame Hall Intercepts Pass McKinncy Tyler Cherry Set Tempo For Scoring Parade Opening up the throttle in their 1035 finale Coach Frank Kimbrough's Cowhands smashed over Texas Col- lege of Mines 40 to 0 Nov. 23 to spoil the Muckers homecoming day and cinched a bid for the Sun Bowl game in El Paso Jan. 1. The Ranchers tallied in every per- iod and used their entire traveling sqund of 2(1 men in their rout of the heretofore powerful Miners. From the opening whistle the Cowmen took the situation well in hand although they were slow in starting and scored only once in the first quarter. The initial counter came late in the period after a Mines' punt on fourth down was blo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 7 December 1935

r & " (I Pax Fear THE HARDIN-SIMMONS BRAND W. D. Rich Receives Congratulations Accounting Book Acclaimed; Recognized Over Nation Congratulations have been pouring In thick and fast for Dr. W. D. Rich head of the Hnrdin-Slmmons univer- sity business administration depart- ment since tho completion of his Ph. D. degree recently. In connection with his degree work Dr. Rich wrote and published a book on nccountlng entitled "Legal Respon sibilities and Rights of Public Ac- countants" which has received wide acclaim and recognition the nation over. Examples of his reception are found in their following letters of congrat- ulation: My Dear Dr. Rich: I am delighted to sco from the Brand that you have obtained the Ph. D. degree about which you spoko to mo last June. It is just splendid and I send you my warmest and most affcctionable congratulations. I am now looking forward with tho utmost pleasure to receiving the book 'which you so kindly promised me. I pro- pose to lend It to one or ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 14 December 1935

V . ?" ''A ... ' 7. ' ' V " 'J ' '!'; v -JK.''waH'."'ivps ""Ai t-"'"rf '-w " ';. 'f ! : y. .; " v . . ... Mtrifgl . V V . V U i- . ttw '""l & I' ' NEWS TIPS: Cowgirl Revue Paxton Death . FIRST IN: Leadership News Interest Circulation- -. Page 1 Page 1 Page 8 Page 2 Intramural Gamo Campus Comment '&h t W" VOL. 20 HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXAS DECEMBER 14 1935 No. 13 J COWBOY BAND TO APPEAR ON COWGIRL REVUE TUESDAY 4 7X" " .&& 1: fllh e Bmii d i . ... H. !' ' '. I" l 11 . rry I A .' i? Mf I One more week and it looks like a hard one. It seems to bo a settled fact that the band and Cowgirls will be on the special train which is to carry tho Cowboys to the Sun Bowl in El Paso So let's all get together and go along to see the thing well done. Wayne Petty terror from East Texas' has gone Into the telephone business was getting away with it pretty good until he told the young sis of one of the M. F. hostesses to put -a bucket under the receiver so as he could drai...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 14 December 1935

":.Yi-" 'VT ! 1'S. -J .. '&?' ' a v . i THE HARDIN-SIMMONS BRAND ; w 1 & " 1 X. .r.-V' V l r - i h J. t ?' $4 r V fc r ST- ; ; - i Uf lw- rs 5 "t .ft1 t" a ' m $& .' 'fflJ -t:i'&.7- - r Ifct Braid . A weakly eeHege aewepaper published every Saturday feriaf the school year by the Hajdln-Slmmons Press Chm ta Mm interest of the Student Body of Hardln-Slm- UaJTereUy. Entered a aeeead claw mail matter Jane 22 1017 at the Postoffiee at Abilene Texas under act of March 8 1912. Subscription Price per year $2.00 Editorial Office: First Floor Abilene Hall 1302 Untver- alty Drive. Downtown Office: 241 Hickory Street. Telephones 7211 0r 5761 GAINES SUULTS Editor-in-Chief D. F. McCARTY Jr. Business Manager MACK M ACHEN Issue Editor For this issue : Burton Hhclton Cearloy Einard Si Addington Sarah Elizabeth Cox Mack Machen Cleddie Hall Gaither Lieb Whayne Petty S. J. White J. Grccnberry Morrow Fay Morrison Tom Canon B. I. Collier Carson Jordan Hoyt West Willard Foster J. R. McGraw...

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