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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 7 May 1927

..! lv M ' st . H A. r-(.J- . the Simmons braxd :i r ; '-.'-V-.: 4 - ft. . ;h flk'y t . fr tev.v t H9K 48 i ivmm w -mm tfS ;; v$6 S'-U 1. 1 .fi-t1 M :. '1; m ?j .-. 4l iWWi'' "ifti k Ti1 rf tf3ir.- -a.. . jfftfrw CpW$0tii Crew TifM Places 97 Points; 'iaiMfcyAbLTKR; SMASHES CON 'it FBRlNCE-;RBqQRU CLEAR. VX ING BAR. AT 11 FT. 7 -4 t . Improvement ove? former 'achieve? i' 'wients lh. practically every event ot P&t'ho track ahil field' brought the Sim iX hlonB ihuVprsUy- Cowboys their most As-' overwhelming cinders victory ot his- -tory yesterday afternoon when they . romncd away .with" Austin College Vend Abilene Christla'tis faking eleven '- -i. . .. - v j-Yi.it sir.?.... Jurat places oui oi a pvsaiuiu iuitoi 3K' Simmons counted 97 points adding .i iSoven" seconds flyc thirds and ?li fo'urths to ficr long string of firsts -arc.'ii.i- i ...i.t TAUSuns n.afigaroog wco ini uouu Wlth 38 and Ablleno uinsuans llnlshcd third with 28 L' ' Ttronka TJprnrH .ifeWKi'One. Texas Confarenco. l-...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 7 May 1927

iyw"j! 'j" '. j'i"v -iij 7 7rw '& v .$. n1- j . j - v A 5 (-? THE 8TMMON8 JTRAND M mt i- i V l w X M TV f '& "ni'iPin K i AMt TO SE&QUR ".NEW : v ANKLEfiHOSE; Cinderella Bootery 228 Pine mmmimmmmmmmmmmmimmmm WlllPKEY JS MADE SECRETARY T I. P. A. (Continued frem Itta'!)' ' i'.P ' ' lege- at Canyon. Dftlmf Ashworth was elected president flattie Adams Corresponding' scretary tiki Mason Anderson treasurer By the" consti- tution of th6 organization these three offices are filled by undergraduate students of the eehooj holding tho an- nual convention. Simmons combining with Abilene Christian College and tycMurry invited the convention to Abilene In 1029. It is thought that this city has a good change 'to get the convention soon although there is always a great deal of competition among the various member schools ior the honor. Perhaps the outstanding event of the convention was the address by JDeanJiValtor Williams of the Univer sity of MisouFj.hrough Ws exT perience as a taew...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 14 May 1927

8V Simmons Brand L V jy t4 VOLUME XI SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY MAY 14 1927 No33 i STUDENT ELECTIONS HELD IN SIMMONS TUESDAY MORNING i A 66Ykto m Tw Ferfirinniainig fihfis Weak Final Arrangements Are Now Being Made For Big "Kollege Sirkus" 1ft h- M vj ty The Branding Iron bub Pal The Swede gets cussed in every- thing discussed but nobody ever heard of the Swcdo trying to be somebody else. When a fellow becomes so closely associated with anything that ho thinks only in terms of the thing it is time for disassociation. Two years ago a few people thought Rolfe Barnrad was "going to the dogs." Now he is the only preacher in the United States with a full time assistant pastor at 22 years of age. Ho did it without a "pull" merely thought and followed the thought re- gardless of public opinion. This week you are looking in this column for the institution's latest bilious attack. Here goes: A great Bird stretcher itself over the South- west with a forty-acre belly. The brain ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 14 May 1927

k' THE SIMMONS BRAND w .: ff lr fata MHMvapOTSU fflM pelr jTaAPaHMn&W (Mveet Vim ner FaMefe Baah Saturday Menfaff. KUTORIAL 8TAFF CfcrWp'MWW Kter-te-Chle Robert W. Waiplcey Managing Rdttor BUSINESS STAFF Cesrad R. Lam Business Manager Joe Breed Asat Business Bernard Bale Circulation Mgr. Mgr. DEPARTMENT EDITORS 0eerge Fafcka Sport Editor Pauline Hardaaty - - Society Editor Feature Writer Feature Writer Mary' Howell . Jea Burton Dsb PoweU Columnist Roy Skagga . Feature Writer Jamea L. Martin Staff Cartoonist STAFF REPORTERS ' Roberta Turner J. C Solomon Lawreaee Fitzgerald G4adys Feathentone Basal Hattoa LET'S HAVE COOPEHATION Now that a new act of officers have bees elected to pilot -the student af- fairs of the university for the coming year it remains for the student of the university to make the school year of 1&27-38 one of the most successful in the history of the institution. It seems that it is generally agreed among the students 6f tho school that the new student off...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 14 May 1927

THE SIMMONS BRAND Cowboys Defeat St. Eds ' Saints in Two Games m MINGUS-PRICE 0 (mkn's and eve euTririWM) I r t- ' r S."i t i. "M ;hard hitting 'and 'good PITCHING SCORE FOR RANCHERS (Tho Abilene Morning News) Shutout pitching by Bob Potter through tho sixth Inning and a nice brand of defense play through the thirco concluding chapters when the Salnta drove out seven blngles gave Simmons University tho first of her two games series with St. Edwards' here yesterday afternoon 12 to 2. Tho last contest to bo played this afternoon will close the season for CranfiU's charges. St Edward's will play McCurry two days before re- turning home. Many errors aided the homcllngs in piling up the topheavy count but timely slugging by the Cowhands was not without effect and throe. Austin pitchers failed to stem the base hit tide. Offensive Stars Miller Harris hard swinging lad from tho outergardons had a perfect day at tho baf connecting for a triple " two doubles and a single On his first trip to ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 14 May 1927

V TUB SIMMONS BRAND i & I 5 SAM HOUSTON .Announces the. Opening of THE SHOE HOSPITAL 241 fine Street Next to Rex A. Smith .1 1 havo-complete" ncW equipment-arid i have ihovcd to a con- venient place I havo taken up Simmons Students shoes for the entire school ycarr-I hope to keep your business. Give your shoes to Frances Melton Mary Frances or Eva Piper at Smith Hall; John Boston at Ferguson Hall. ENGLAND RUNS A CLOSE SECOND TO U. S. New Yorjc (by New Student Serv- ice) -Has tho United State a dis- tinguished kfcked-out-of-collcgo list? Oxford today reveres tho memory of Shelley John Lockes William Pcnn Edward Gibbon and Walter Savago JLandor. Yet these men were such un ruly undergraduates that they wero all expelled from tho university charged with such crimes as sedition atheism duel fighting and manslaugh- ter. Has this country a comparable list? Of late there has been a great deal of discussion of dismissals. Editors have been expelled expulsions havo been threatened. Yet th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 18 May 1927

m. - A. J- . aAfow . EDITION ffrg Simmons grand ? . v t '. r$ti v'tr ;Jc t . 5K- KOLLEGE t t SIRKUS P wvV i l"r i r Fev SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXAS MAY 18 1927 NUMBER 34 "S V." ynt IN DEDICATION TO THE KOLLEGE SIRKUS AND SIMMONS UNIVERSITY . This issue of the SIMMONS. BRAND which is several pages larger than any edition ever published by the Simmons weekly publication is dedicated to the "KOLLEGE SIRKUS" of 1927. In-order that the Brand might keep pace with the plans for "The Gala Event of West Texas" it became necessary to attempt things in a big way. ; '' :" big way. Although this paper is dedicated to the "Sirkus" an attempt has been made by the Brand management to give the students and friends of the only university in West Texas an idea of the gigantic develop- ment the school has made during the last ten or fifteen years. During this period of development perhaps no single year stands out as does the school year of 1926-27. Things have been started arid carried over in a ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 18 May 1927

-; .' Q a '$ ............ ' hnwi.. .rv . . MH?M ' . '.-. v7 ' VX 'v E Mi V-' Departmeat .. -A' '" fc trf 12 -?- v-- -".' :v '-& . S' '1 tM V'.V .'. V 'iiv A Friend of Simmons '--'".A sr ' . . -V' v.ip 3 Erf-- j - .".) iV'-. '? J'rtji4'!S-Vr. vi t - T.. x5 u-. J '..iiL .V" uX-X'jiMi ' ' ' 'r-I.i7'r.!'w.' vUixu a'u jjLfe. ttttttfttffftfff""l"""""w'I"""'TW" WW Wj . v? t" "T vTT-T v-v MWJa' - v . - ; ; . . v -.. - . - iyx I. ; A Vs i 1 : ' v ' - t Grissonfs ....' "I!. !.' 'JtfOS T Store i i .''' ' r ; ' WAS SHE A BLONDE? 'jfc. Whjf are you whistling CHrtstmas kynMw Oacarf You alro out of season." "No no Rere'ic I'm going to play San- ta Claua tonight "and I'm just getting into the mood. . - "WANT AD Wanted A colored chauffeur to drive Traveling talesman out of town. A worthy .ambition we think. ' UMERSFIT TAILOR SHOP THE COLLEGIANS TAILOR & Welcome SirkuS Visitors '.-ia-' -'! ' -i .i 4.'; V: ' a; . While inToyn to See the Big KOLLEGE snps Come in and see the place ' that made th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 18 May 1927

J MMMIMMMHMMi M ii imiMMi .; REAL ESTATE SALES W. S. WAGLBY Mgr. Compere & Comp INSURANCE 4 BOWS GEO. L. FOSTER Mgr. MORTGAGE LOANS JOHN L. CAMP Mgr: i PROPERTY MANAGEMENT FOUR DEPARTMENTS T(5 SERVE YOU T. P. BELL Mgr. 300-1-2-3-4 Citizens Bank Bldg. 444444t4 W ere x ft. Al sdf fPfeVH &:i V 1 &iA id? 'Sinunons' History ' ; An Interesting One By Jot Burtdn A visit Id 'the Simmons campus thirty- five years ago would have revealed one lonely building on a vreedy elevation at an Impossible distance from the cow town and former wool center Abilene In 1092 the dreams hopes and plans of men like Judge Henry Saylcs Rev. Geo. W. Smith 'C K. Urccjlove Hon. K. K. JLeggett Hon. C. W. Smith had already resulted In the first building on the Sim mohs. campus. In February of 1892 this structure called the Main Building Rrci- tation Hall and Simmons Hall was com plcted nl a total cost of thirteen thousand dollars. The story of the creclion of this liuilil- ingthe struggles difficulties a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 18 May 1927

J XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXI Beautiful New Shoes for Ladies Just Received i (Incorporated) LXX-' s MUSIC COL I HALL y "" 'M ? M H M M M H M f V M Chickering Pianos Orthophonic Victrolas i v ' "EVERYTHING IN MUSIC" i . .V Martin Band Instruments Gulbransen Players Brunswicks m- f ; k R.C.A.Radiolas " " ft$S ' . ) Sf Records Telephone 586 ABILENE TEXAS i rxxTTTTTxxxxxxxxixxxxxxxxxxxxxxxccaas 246 Pine Street Sheet Music mm . . ON MIMS CORNER COLLEGE HEADQUARTERS UP TOWN ? 2 Simmons Students-1 EAT AT THE WILSON Eats Drinks Sweets and Smokes WELCOME KOLLEGE SIRKUS VISITORS C. L. Johnson Proprietor Phone 670 Abilene : Texas J ? SIRKUS VISITORS VISIT US! Modern Equipment Efficient Workmen Moderate Prices IsiMMONS BARBER SHOP Established 1914 I 2176 Hickory St. 7 . Abilene Should be Proud . Of the Faculty and Students of SIMMONS UNIVERSITY For Their Tireless Effort to Make the 1 Kollege Sirkus "The Gala Event of West Texas" David S. Castle J ARCHITECTS AND ENGINEERS 7th Floor Alexander Bldg. Top...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 18 May 1927

. SECTION tt 6 SIRKUS EDITION VOLUMEXI SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY MAY 21 1927 No. 34 KOLLEGE SIRKUS TO OPEN AT PARRAMORE HELD FRIDAY i mp irTTiiiiiifwiiKrtriri ' ! -S -i H -MS -a HM Bh -n- ------a - kMni (bb N (' p '! Cowboy Band Wins First Place In Its Class At Wichita Convention MUSICIANS COMPETE WITH DANIEL BAKER FOR HONORS By ROBERT WniPKEY Wichita Palls May 17-The Sim- mons Cowboy Band proved beyond tho shadow of a doubt that it is tha most popular band In the State here yesterday when it was wildly cheered in. tho mammoth five-mile West Texas Chamber of Commerce parade. Spectators 'who saw tho whole re- view said that no group was given the response the Cowboys were as they swung down tho street. Colleges high school industrial and municipal bands forty eight in all and from all over Texas were in this parade. The Abilene delegation was awarded a loving cup for having tho moat at- tractive civilian delegation in thp re- view. The Slmmonsites were largely respons...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 18 May 1927

'11 ' " . 'a y . t ' fw THE.SDiMCONSBRAND J a : Hh jHhmmha ftroiid rfcr4kM X )MT at A PwtofflM at iUf Jane FrM Htrnr f.M of. tha Texas latereellegiate rrM AisoeiaMon. Betiding Saturday Morning. BOITORIAL STAFF 1 Charles P. MHler t Edfcor-tH-Chlef Robert W. Whiskey Managing Editor BUSIKBSS .STAFF Conrad S. Lam Badness Manages - Jeer Breed Awt.' 'Easiness Mgri v Bernard Buie Circulation Mgr. DEPARTMENT EDITORS George Pazka . Paulina Hardaaty MarV. Howell Joe Barton Dab Powell . .. Roy Skaggs Feature Writer James L. Martin Staff Cartoonist Sport Editor Society Editor Feature Writer Feature Writer . Columnist STAFF REPORTERS Roberta Turner 3. C Solomon Lawrence Fitzgerald Gladys Featherstone Hazel Hatton say "There is something lacking about Simmons lt does not seem to be the same school." Just what the lady .was expecting to find is not known but if there is a way by which the university could mean the same as It did during her four years in the school it would mean a lot to thd alumni...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 18 May 1927

'3P it i 4 i V7K Ji.i..T THE SIMMONS BRAND 7 SiminoristBarber Tells of Changing Styles Among College Students ''When I cnmo hero In 1915" said EdfFord proprietor of tho Simmons Barter Shop "thcro wbb not a girl In sch6ol with bobbed hair; now tho short locks nro almost unanimous. . ""At first" Mr. Ford continued "the girls' wore a bit timid and backward about coming In but as there was Just one principle stylo of cutting a ladies' Jmlr they onlyhad to say that they wanted a hair cut and we did the rest.'? How dulcrcnt from tho present tlmo when women are boldly invading our barber shops and making it so nearly impossible for a man to get in that they are doing everything except cutting their owri hair. From the one simple stylo of "ladles bobs" thcro has been Invented everything from the "Boots Bob" and "Ponjola" to tho kind that makes a girls' head look like a frizzly chicken in a wihrlwind. Mr. Ford opened tho first tailor shop and barber shop of any note near Simmons but ho soon ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 18 May 1927

w r M .'Snwi "Pag Four. . THE SIMMONSBBAND SAM HOUSTON Announces the Opening of THE SHOE HOSPITAL 241 Pino Street Next to Rex A'.- Smith I havo completo new equipment and have moved to a con- venient "place. I havo.taken up Simmons Students shoes for the entire school year I hope to keep your business. Give your shoes to. Frances Melton Mary Frances or Eva Piper at Smith Hall; John Boston at Ferguson Hall. KOLLEGE SIRKUS JO nppN nv lunnAMhnn FIELD FRIDAY AFTEttNQON (Continued from Pago l)f The Country GirlsAre Supposed to Be Innocent "of the Ways of College Students But One Can't Always Tell Well kid .If you think I haven't got a good one this timo you're way off your base You know me well even lf ' I do say so myself I get off 'some frretty good'oncs.onco in a whllo and Inls was one of those "onces. I don't mind telling you about what your Uncle Percy can put' over If ho takes a' notion to do that little thing. Well last summer after'lliad been bo busy trying -to convince threo 6r ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 18 May 1927

v -. 0. MP D. CWCife ftMAMZED ELEVEW YEARS AGO " ' SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXAS MAY 18 fo7 Uf i ii - " ' : ' --- - 7 ' - -- - MMMMMMMMMMM- fc 1 Tim. r i -.r fe! - t 1 t lUk ' ti - r v B. Si U. Closes Year ol Underthe able letderahip pf Lawrence Fkijral(l a pretldent and- Mist A. M. Carpendcc m faculty adT!or'iHe'B. S. U. CewfU Uirfng Ibo endj( a remarkably aeeeMlidnd hPP7 Vfar.l Beginning ttt work bj eqrving free lem-' onad during ttgiatralloti in the 'fall the Council crealetl an interett in the orginf- ution and placed luelf before the eyes of the MudenU. Thurtdajr morning chapel hour was des- ignated m B; S.'lJ. morning and programs cf unusual' educational and spiritual value have been practiced throughout the 'year. Thursday evening of each week was set aside for the regular B. S. U. Council Meeting. At these meetings matters of business were discussed and a short 4e- votional was rendered. A morning watcll a brief prayer meet ing sponsored by the B. S. U. was held each morn...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 18 May 1927

4ap- & t m CJ' iUV Two V '". . . THffSIMMPNS BBaND POPULAR DEBATING TEAM n IH On'Wnich Chair . -S- Isjffl is YolirGuf kW'' ELKHA MAE WILSON O. AND D. COUNCIL TEvCMS Cavm ami Eletba Mh 'Wikoo; seniors jn)lte University who' have 4mm .sfcutawting forensic 'work for Sim' mm (ferine; iMrjMn as "student here atiasaa Gavin awlatWileon have encount-. m&' Mn M4mc Was tlus winter and Hmm tws duaMons. ene of them unani-r WBttaijr ad at all three debates they- .great Braise. Tha forensic pon- wMeh' the rtm were with' West Tom 9ttto Tea slurs College' of' Canyon and Howard Payne College of Brown- w6d -The sttbjeet of the debate this jysr k" 'Reaelwd; -That a" Uniform-' Mar. -ria Mtt Divorce Law Shew fie Adopted" Misa yftton .'is the daughter' of Judge and' Mrs. George T Wilson of Abilene. JOSEPHINE GAVIN She .has made a splendid record in both academic activities and atudent -organisations. She is a charter member of the & U. Cowgirls ia corresponding' secretary of the Women's 0. an...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 18 May 1927

V m " & .. . V- m "''"V UNUSUAL' COURSES OFFERED I" IN SPEECH ARTS FOR SUMMER ' "'. "Saturday noon recitals are to be a new ;'fcalure'ip(tl highly Interesting work to ':"' ir;fio offered In the Speech AtU Department fjj ' .of Simmons during the. summer quarter. ."'. s f ' These recital will ue given in the Caldwell 1 i s. '.t . Fine Arts Auditorium ay lormer graduates '. T Jnil .ntfvartced students of ie Speech Arts Department. Among these the .following ' ' programs will be presented) The Enemy by Channlng' Pollock Myrth Williams. ! All'se-Slt-by-the-Fi're Agnes Caldwell. j Lady. Wlndemere's Fan by Wilde Helerf Davis. ' Sun-Up (Lecture Recital) by Lulu Vail- -- mer Mrs. 0. H. Harwell. i The truih by Clyde Fitch Mary Lois Kincald i During the terra graduation recitals will be given by Arminda Timmons and I Tory nnfi purdy Special lectures 6n speech oitrt will be given by visiting teachers. Miss Dorothy Compere who is now in "' NcWork' City attending the American ' Academy of '.D...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 18 May 1927

".'V' if I V. s ' 9 hS'J&tiLl H- r .. ' "irand .w ft-; a ." w jf s ' Hf ;' Lf. O. ad D. Organized $cvch Years Ago " . f (Continued' from' page?" 1)' c3ecrtcl Clio -Literary Society and ean- dldate for the "presidency of the Southern Baptist Cohvcntldn 1930 successful Inter- society debater and A.. D. deereb candi date; Bill Sutton secretary of the O and D. successful lnlerclaw debater recently elected treasurer of the Senior class' of 1928. and Carnival Manager for tho Col lege Circus; Bernard Buie circulation Manager of the Brand newly elected busi- ness manager of the Corral ofTlcer Unl yersity Players successful interclass and intercollegiate debater; Zollie Stcakley the "Rising -Sat" president of tho" Freshman gas successful high school and intercol- jlste debater and a recently "elected yell leader; and the writer.. The last seven named men formed teams as follows: Debate Schedule I Eastern 'four Fitzgerald and tLani meeting: a. llendrix College Conway Arkansas May 10; 3 to...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 18 May 1927

' 1 k A - -. fc-? - F;v iV r- t".- ( 1 &rU' iaH'r' ' i 1 ' v t - a' ''A r " w 41 rf " ' t i SIRKUS EDITION SECTION FOUR ' ; t f &' h L.PV I'fc'' - ft. 5 v ELABORATE CORONATION CEREMONIES FRIDAY tL.-l.i..i;Li. .-- . . y.Ni ... . . . . . l li- i t i CIMMAMC IIMIUUDCITV riWrf. nf rftnnf; hkj. I . pl ' t i . I . .1 - . - " SIMONS UNIVERSITY PLAYERS HAVE BUSY YEAR IN DRAMATICS 11 Shakespearean and One-Act Plays Pppular. with Members Thb Simmons U. players is ono of the most actiyc organizations of its type in the State. Its scholarship is attested to by the fact that the Pla)ers produced u Shakespearean Play during the Winter term and members receied one-fifth of n credit for each term's work. The mcmlier. ship is limited to 35 members and they aro on!) admitted after a tryout in three fields: speaking dramatic reading mdj pantomime the judges lor this trybut are the Speech Arts Faculty Miss 1 lob- good Miss McDonald and Mrs. Harwell; and three juniors and seniprs appointed for e...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 18 May 1927

V IM :t V-A ft 1 W ; X ftjk Jpt A. Ctrpoiitcf HwJtfArtDcpt. - Cmluatajn' AH Hardin College Mexi- oo Missouri f Graduate (ram Art Institute Chicago ItL 1918; Director of Art Depart Bient Mansfield College Mansfield Loulst- ana fotlr yeors. Traveled In the orient 1918-1919; Dean of Women and Director of At n .Louisiana College Pineville Louisiana three rears; Special work in 'aBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBM aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaBB ' 'aaaaaaaaaaBi stamped with these designs which make excellent dress patterns. Stage-Croft i ' This course deals with designing' of scenery making scale modelsf actual paint- ing of stage scenes. Miniature stages' are built out 6f beaver board' and characters are made and put on the. stage. Theories of stage lighting and color is carefully studied. With these small yet complete stages the pupils learn just ..what Colors will harmonize best and where scenery should be put for' convenience as well as for effect. They can then put Into real pr...

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