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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 18 May 1927

t3 -H b w - a-'hji rr ''ft ' s;V'. v ' i.W? - VISITORS "Say it with Flowers" -from- The Granger Floral Co. Flowerphone 1876 i -t . r ' .Southeast Corner r- . r v J!' k v Simmons Campus - .. .SEP U V The Roller Kind See Me OuUide the Gate V LAMB .i ELCOIE 'ISO "try" Mrs. 0. H. Harwell of Speech Art Dept. fimmmi THE SIMMONS BRAND S MK O. II. Harwell instructor In Speech Arts lias taken an oclic part in tho Queen's .Coronation ceremonies. An en- thusiast in dramatics Mrs. Harwell has had her classes assist In making prepara- tions for tliis ccnt. To Decorate Queen's Float HBKuiJ In 'i 'i " Miss Leola Seastrunk who Is heading the committer on preparation and decora- tion of the Queen's float In the Slrkus parade The same float as arrayed by Miss Seastrunk and her assistants will be ued in the parade and the coronation ceremonies. Backs Kollege Sirkus Lee Sluice oice teacher in the Uni- ersily has seen seeral Sirkuses and is luc-king the '27 Sirkus with all possible effort lre is one of ...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 18 May 1927

I- -- . V t. ri. ' ' " n Page. Four" THE SIMMONS BRAND 'SUCH IS wflMAlif By orncj Ak Ti'JucH Slid' an angel in inith a demon n fiction. A woman's -the greatest of all .'contradic- tions. ' She's afraid ofa cock-roach she'll' scream " nt a' mouse. Hut she'll tackle a husband as big a a house. -She'll tako him for tatter sjie'il tako him for jorse She'll split his head open and Ihen bo his nurse.' ' " And when he Is well and gets out of bed; She'll pick up a teapot to throw af his head.. And wneiThe is "out" and probably "down" i r She'll lift him up and make him her clown. x ' ' She's faithful deceitful keensightcd and blind; She's craiy she's cruel; she's simple she's kind. You fancy she's this but you find she is that For she'll play like a kitten and bite like a cati Irf tho morning she will in the evening she won't And you're always expecting she does but she don't. Clenna Fae has developed unusual abil- ity in asking questions. O ' Nov we know why Dr. Maker has looked so worried...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 18 May 1927

' :- ''' I ' '. '" i 't. - V .. r'rtfriAM ; ' ''Mm ' r' - -r SIRKUS EDITION SECTION FIVE SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXAS MAX 18 1927 Payne Jf .Optimistic Over Outlook For Simmons Squads During 1927-28 Season Simmons' Winning Baseball Team Simmons Cowboy Nine Closes Successful Season With Percentage Rating of .625 ... : Slje Simmons Botnd ...i i . ktf w.- ft r h w U- Li- if B I. r A- &. ;t Expect Strong Aggregation Out for Football Next Fall "School will be out for somebody if all . my eligible athletes apd 'the new men I have lined up report for football training September 10" "Vic" Payne head coach of Simmons University said today in talk- ing of the football prospects for llic next year. "With the line up I had last year and the men I expect to come In from the dif- ferent high schools the prospects for1 championship football team are brighter than they were asi year" he added. In speaking of the 'men he hoped 'to re cruit this year Coach Payne landed Den- nis a halfback from...

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

y ' J PH Twt . THE SIMMONS BRAND .. f v 'J&J ;W '? BOB ESTES Bob played four years on' ihe Cowboy grid squad hoping that be mlgh some day see the Texas Conference title brought to Simmons. "1IU dreams were realized the last' year be was on the squad of which be was captain. Eites made the team the first year he was in Simmons after con- cluding a successful football career in Abi lene High School He. is regarded as one of the best broken field "runners in the conference. He was placed in one of the half-back positions of the mythical all- Texas Conference team by a vote of the conference coaches. LIFE To the preacher life's a sermon To the joker life's' a jest ' To the miser life is' money To the loafer life is rest. To the lawyer life's a trial To the poet life's a song To the doctor life's a patient That needs treatment' right along. To the soldier life's a battle To the teacher life's a school Life's a great thing to a thinker But a failure to a' fool. Life's a long vacation ...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 18 May 1927

'l5': ' - TItE SIMMONS BRAND fcnTtet m Compliments of Abilene Fruit -ft VegetalM tj" ' P J K & -M vfr hWr. iWJ III i 'liBHIUHHHBHHIHHIHIIHH HHHHHHHHHHriiHHBHHHii 'V T V ' i? n-. ' T .. mvv; & Wll. i&&$& 4? Reading left to Hght! Ouida Crogan Con roe; Louise Grable Throckmorton; Pauline Hardest?; Slaton; E. E Miller Wichita Falls; Lula Grace Williams Qua . nahj Fay Estes Abilene'; Lucille Hard- befger Lubbock; Winnie Lu Compere Abilene; Jewel Carver Lamesa; Eletlia Mae Wilson Abilene; Glenna Fay Grant Abilene; Mary Howell Abilene; Grace Greatest Kollege Sirkus Simmons Has Ever Held PROSPEiTTSFOR SIRKUS The Kollege Sirkus of 1W7 as all events Indicate will undoubtedly be the greatest Kollege Sirkus that Simmons has ever had. This seems easily enough to understand yet upon investigation of the history of such events we' find that there was no little success achieved by the first Kollege Sirkus of Simmons which dates back to Myii917.V-' r' 'The whole Simmons student b...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 18 May 1927

X J? 1 ' s". s ' y -V- of '. THI SIMONS BRAND r. h Tt Ik?'" I La-jt I III" W Hi iiN Sff? OUOOOOOOOCKKl Cw Ycm kaiioc Footbl Spri's Co- CaptoH 'Arm? Paulin Hardwty without A special tie- livery from Columbia II.? Josephine Gavin without a senior sweat er on? llollyee tellers as the fat lady In the Slrkua? ' Gladys Featheratone with straight hair? '" .. . t . Eletha'-Mae. Wilson as chief cook(?) ? ' - Glee Ingram decked with Jewels? Ruth .Irwin without a smile? ' . Elizabeth Board flaying a. violin? Janio Rose Head 'Wearing glasses? 'Mrs. Piper being idle? ' Winifred Camp making' a. "C in Eng- lish? r Elizabeth Boren tall and slender? ' ' Bennte Speck in a hurry? Erma Taylor with her sewing? Glenna Faye Grant present at an 0. and D. meeting? Hazel llatton on time to class? ' Lottie Ingram without her sister? ' Ina Patterson with red hair? . Helen Davis making biscuits? i Thelma Andrews telling jokes? Lois Harvey by herself? Mary Shepherd without a Bone(?) ? ' j.'o ' ' ' THE CABIN OF' ...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 18 May 1927

c l.r ! Hr' .-.. ": . l ' -..;r-. : '''.: . .'"'-'' ' . .V V ' W'-' ". . ..r.2EM3iL'..w' 'J.'''. ( .- '&' ... M-. ;g . ... ?l .. j .s- - . . r- " . .- ;".:? -y-' - . Wt'- '. SIRKUS EDIlWt ..$g ; . j .. " SECTION SIX SIMMONS UNIVERSITY) ABILENE TEXAS. MAY Wmil JL S . - rf r . i. .V '! - - i" i . V it rv t m m rtrt i ilx." w ;m fkcAmJ 1 ILLllltll I IF I-1 mw ' mi- - - - i nil mm-mm w p ii I ... SIRKUS f a FEATURE TWO MILE STRT PARADE SATURDAY i : i i j " :' ' ' ' " '"-''' '-"i . r .f . . . -f7i I-in.) I i -in i I . L nil ii i. r- BP Et a It' 4 V. 7 - j Cowboy Baid to Climax Full Year's Work With A Major Part in "Sirkus" and Big Street Parade BanHmen Known from Coast to 'Coast Because They s "Deliver the Goods" Perhapa no other college organization In the; United States hat attracted attention throughout the country as has the Cowboy Band Due to the plcuresque uniform of he Landsmen and the musical 'ability of lite organization 'the Simmons band has leen .written up. In newspapers ...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 18 May 1927

I 2 .. ;v- f t "-V; ' . ' ' he simmonsbKand IHIWHlltlli dm .- Volunteer Band :f ' - i r i mm;y ' ..v : Plavs Imnnrtanf t":3Sff Wi FmiM dw Typewriter for th "' . I 'V ' 1 ' " -; -.. ;.'. ' . ' Expert Shoe Repairing V.v 7v:.t rv rart in toiiege Lite ' "i V 7. " i?S.l : .' fe'A V . SiKF a. ; mxf. -'$....' 'V "V ' &&&; vt)- JPP-... sfu.I V'. ry RemBgtofl TypewriteriCo. 210 Alexander BIdg. DOC HOLLAND'S American Amusement Entertainment 'fm - - - . - ' -v ' l &. ' " ': ' VAUDEVILLE : DRAMA : MINISTREL ;?'" MUSICAL COMEDY - M . 1014 i-2 Main St. f FEATURE FREE ATTRACTIONS Promote;' Carnivals Indoor Bazaars Clubs . Home Talent Parades Masquerades .fylinjs- trelfl Celebrations Jazz Orchestra Fire. Shows Features Pire Works Displays Band Singers Sensational Aerial Acts Conscssipns Balloon Ascensions Airplane Circus For Fairs. Promoters of the KoDege Sirkus Don't Fail to KOLLEGE at SIMMONS All tents used in this Sirkus furnished fur- nished through us. We furnish more tents to ...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 18 May 1927

tjj i i ".' k V us mr H s ''Vvv " V- - fr'f.. ik- m' ! y 'At. t :. Hoaie After Trip Around World v'sM?n May 3 S S. Rjmdam the floating college gilded into a narrow lip in the' ":NeV-York harbor while a Hobokcn band -r 4 played "Bright College Years." Hundredi . M6fparenta crowded the pter to welcome i.homa the student body that had studied and -traveled on a 35000 mile globe-en circling cruise since September 25th last. ' ' One important examination had to be given before the "'450 students left their aquatio campus A small army of customs officials was on hand to examine the stu m dents and they found it no easy Job. The Students came home laden with trophies; souvenirs from all parts of the world rang- ing from Egyptian lizards 'to Siamese tur- tles. ' One student had collected 9000 colps. An exploring1 reporter discovered that "enough exotic junk was left on the floors of the staterooms to equip a small museum" -"An immense success" was the verdict on. the trip given by Dr. James...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 18 May 1927

MrV ".' 'a ' rtxtomiKM wrtNp j. "ft ..!- - g w. fci 11 : w $ K8k : tl- lj. I?" ew in '- - Director ' ZelU Steakleyeighiei year' old Stv mens University debited fs ceordtng to authorities one of the. most promising de' bsiers jhat Simmon tis ever had.. Mr. StsaiW k he ton of Mr. and Mrs. Z. C Steeifey of Do Leon Texas 'Mi'. Stealcley represented hi school In debsfo while hq. wis In high school for three year He ade -an "A" average In Ilith School. He 'la not only "A" tu- r pewiwted kri tiie pmtens 'week by br. Fry are handed on for the geWthey1 may do. Sinner nre warned of t4eir impend- ing de6m and attathemaa are pronounced on those who reject what la offered them. Then the tired dlelples return In their Fords Monday with everything empty gat tank head poeket-hook and sometimes even the ttomaeh. Yet from reports turned In to the B. S. U. Council files It seems that Simmons preacher hava been; doing some worthy service. Though the records are not en ttrely complete they show that fro...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 28 May 1927

V ) I w. vr .w YOLUMEOU UNIVERSITY s i j SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY MAY 2d 1927. No. 35 HOLDS 35TK ANNUAL COMMENCEMENT KaiictaHira ; Wto Texas .Gontewm.'idc' M k' 'Browiaw' "w"c """ muivo iu oeuerai inousang During Two Day) iasuuulli run BIG TOP SIDE SHOWS AND PARADE PROVES HIT OF SEASON Attended by. thousands and hailed by all visitors as a marked success the Simmons University Kollego Sirkus dosed its gates nt 11:30 Satur- day night after a two-day run. For several weeks previous to the exposition Conrad Lorn and his dircc-. tors had given all their time and efforts to details of the carnival but they all expressed themselves as satis- ilcd Sunday after they found that the profits on the Sirkus had amounted to approximately $400 and that the performances had been declared to bo as good entertainment as was ever put on in Abilene. 4000 See Coronation Affairs started off right Friday night when about 4000 peBplo turned out to witness tho coronation of Miss iforothy Sa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 28 May 1927

i? tN THE SIMMONS BRAND M h. A i V 'v i9rlMMKiCr?id rnHssaii WaannV W tn Nn Ctafc AtUIateMt of Um IMvatsttjr. taattar Jaaa U; 1117 at taa Pestofftea at AMlasa Pries Mr jnt: $zM Member of tfcs Texas Intercollegiate Frees Association. Fleer Seie&ce Baildlac Paatteked Been Saturday Morula. EDITORIAL STAFF Charles P. Miller "BdUer-in-Chiei Robert W. Whipkey Managing Editor BUSINESS STAFF Conrad It. Lam Business Manager Joe Breed Asst. Business Mgx. Bernard Bale Circulation Mgr. DEPARTMENT EDITORS George Parka Sport Editor Pauline Hardesty Society Editor .Feature Writer Feature Writer Mary Howell Joe Burton Dub Powell . Columnist Roy Skaggs Feature Writer James L. Martin Staff Cartoonist THTRTY In this our last Issue of tho school year 1920-27 tho Brand wishes to ex- press its deepest appreciation to tho various peoplo instrumental in mak- ing the paper a success this year if it may be called such. Four years in college teaehes one that tho brunt of the burden in every separate organ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 28 May 1927

" miii i n miii ipinn HHi";piifyimmTiii'inii'iii'iP'i ii i i 'wii iipapuwrnni nm tip immi'i mil i 'f'mi i iwm'iiiijuh pn if g ' f THJ1' I'WIWWMIB v -'" . THE SIMMONS BRAND ' ' 9m '9mm GOME BACK AGAIN WEXT FALL "Ifr L: . ' ' SIMMONS STUDENTS Yoii havo helped to make this the largest year in the Shop's history. In return we aro going to bo still better prepared to servo you this Fall. Jphn Boston gets a shave and a hair- cut with our cbmplimcnts when he re- turns in September. Simmons Barber Shop Yellow Cab Co. MAKES A SPECIALTY OF GETTING SIMMONS FOLKS PLACE RIGHT NOW Wo will'bc doing this same thing next. Fall so learn the habit early of depend- ing on us. Zollio Stcaklcy is welcomed to call on us for any cab accommodation he may so desire on his return to Simmons this Fall term. WEST OF THE GRACE HOTEL WIGGINS GROCERY AMBLER STREET Our compliment extended Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Ristcr on the return from their summer trip this Fall. NOT GOOD BYE BUT GOD'S SPEED And the Biggest and Best ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 28 May 1927

4 V I' I IN - f ' ) fofr'Hwryj .' SAM HOUSTON Announces the Opening of THE SHOErftQSfcif AL 241 Piho.Strect I havb complete new equipment and hayo moved to a con t venient place. r' " ' s( I have taken up Simmons Students shoes for the entire schooK 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. ' UNIVERSITY HOLDS 35TII ANNUAL COMMENCEMENT (Continued trow Page 1) son Pickens Alma Hannah Purdy William Carnace Kibble Lynda French Robertson Hcrchol D. Rucker Clara. Shoemaker Louis Julian Smith John Bruce Stephen Lucy Elvira Stin- nett Lois Christino Stone Ncomn Strayhorn Eugcno Howard Surface Frances Elizabeth Trail Roberta Mac Turner Rozella Veazoy Eletha May Wilson Annio Woods Ada Blanche Young. Bachelor of Music June 2: Edith Ailccn Gooch Anno Louise Jones Dewey Otto Wiley. Diploma in piano Juno 2: Helen ' Mann ' .Beulah Cleveland Morris. Bachelor of oratory: Bonnio Lccroy Speck. Diploma ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 23 July 1927

". fa- -V4 .". Si .'' . '' VOLUMK XI SIMMONS UNIYEReiTY ABILENE TEXAS' SATURDAY; JULY 23 1927 41 i fit? SimtiiteBrim ATHLETIC COMMITTEE T& DEFINITELY MME HEAD COACH SATURDAY Professors Of Fine Arts Department Establish Conservatory Of Music Here " 1' - I'- I n. Mr- Kir- U ' X V PLAN DEVISED TO PLACE WORK ON HIGH PLANE CONSERVATORY MADBOJP OF THREE DEPARTMENTS INMUSIO Announcement has recen: mado. by members of the faculty that that' deflartm rtmeFwlll resolve itself into a series of schools to' be known as the Conservatory' of Music the School of Expression and the Schriol of .Art The chango will be mado for the opening of the Fall term. Teachers in the music department are responsible for the change in classification feel- ing that more applied work and greater attractions arc brought about for all departments if they are not included under so large a department. Efforts are being made by Prof Irl Allison D. 0. Wiley and W. J. Work to establish in the university ono of the stro...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 23 July 1927

THB 8LMM6N8 BRAND t THSimiMttsBniiiO l Mvmkly eellege aewspaper published every Satur- day crarhig the school year by Uie Simmons Prees Club in & ktereet of the Student Body of Simmons University. Eaesrsd ae seeosd class mail matter June 22 1917 at the Peeteffke at Abilene. Texas under act of March 3 1879. Subscription Price per year ... 42.00 Member of the Texas Intercollegiate Press Association. Office: First Floor Science Building. Dowatown Office: Abilene Printing and Stationery Co. Robust W. WiiipkeYw Bbkmard B. Buis .. STAFF ..JEditor-in-Chief Business Manager .. Rannrtara for fklo iA1ie: J. C. Carter Ruth. Ridens G. B. Sandefer D. L. Kindrick A. L Teaff. A PLEA FOR COOPERATION ''.-.' w News of tho resignation of Victor Payno as head coach of Simmons' athletic teams comes as a distinct disappointment to the majority of Cowboy followers. Those who have watched tho course of our grid squads for tho past few years fully realize that Payne turned out as good if not tho best te...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 23 July 1927

41 THE SIMMONS BRAND I W i Addition Of Ato wfL Rmt Athletic Star of City r. With tho departure of Vic Payno " from tho Simmons gridiron Abilene "Swill Iobo one of her most stellar lights '.that over donned a football uniform . in this locality. ".For Payno is ono football player . who has national mention ability in his playing and directing and yot has stayed closo-to homo to provo'it Starting his football career in Abl- leno High' school Payno immediately .became tho sensation of. tho .local high and tho terror of opposing teams During the years .of '14 '16 and '10 Vic yns recognized as one. of tho best high school men .in tho state although no all-stato teams were pickcd'in' thoBe days. r' Comes to Simmons After a glorious" torm.iof service there Payno camo. from Abilene Hi to ; Simmons whore ho repeated all his . brilliancy and even added to it. Dur- ing tho" year of 1919 tho Cowboys only lost ono gamo and Payno was nrognlzed as the leading player i.n tho team and was largely re...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 23 July 1927

A -. 4 .: a 2fil .Tffll RIMMONB BRAND - ;- .ii r n ." r r. i i t' . v I; r If. W t r rv ftacftmr imennuoses P Daily n Average Attendance LaetSunday and ttHuaona Day BrisgiJtword. Crowds; Weatkw Hinders The Lueders Baptist Encampment closed Its annual session Friday 6f this week "having had an avefago dally attendances of about 2000. Staining courses offered during the meeting were closed Friday "when final examinations were given on Iho work. Two s6ries of classes were given during the ten days. Tho biggest day in point of attend-. anco was last Sunday when 5000 jpcrsons were on tho grounds. Dr. George W Truett. spoke twico during the day and President Sandofer ad dressed the crowd on Sunday after' noon. Saturday Simmons Day Was th6 second. largest day of. the encamp ment; when- approximately 3000 peo- ple gathered for the day's session. Weather Interferes After last Sunday many people be- gan (oi leave if ot homo. Tho crowds this year wore somewhat smaller ihan4.thay were last year...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 6 August 1927

(t r .''. ik V '"" : -f. VOLUME XI SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY AUGUST S 1927 VX.4S :1jC? '"Potts" Anderson Chosen As Third Member Of Cowboy Coaching Stif ' 'Ml t Kr ?' S in "t ' tsff- FUSE ARTS PROF. MADE MEMBER HONOR ACADEMY ALLMOH vOIVIN NATIONAL ME00ONIXNION WITH MEMBERSHIP Selected On Merit Simmons Professor Has Compo- - sitioss Which Attract At- tention of Artists Distinction of nation-wide impor- tance came quite unexpectedly to a Simmons faculty musician xecently when Prof. Irl Allison head of the department of piano was notified of 'his election to the National Academy of Music Prof. Allison's' first knowl- edge that he was to be. selected for this musical body came with a certifi- cate; giving: him membership. The National Academy of Music with executive offices at Carnogie V? Hall New York City is an organiza- tion of musicians over the country membership to which is determined by election the purpose- of which is to aid. musical culture over tho na- tion. Ea...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 6 August 1927

i ON8BRA2TO ft. a !?- I. I P ! I" 5 '" r V . i IK r- M ft u ISf; l: K lrtt .: n- c! i wJclvWUi Ummw wlM'mrr 9mm kv Urit fla4 year by the Sfasww Freee Clah wh:i or iife! -j .' 'ErfSS aeeead eW mil matter Jte 22 1917 at the Perfoffioe at AbUewa TexaayHadar act of. March d IW(V. . j r M -i ffl n SJJiri.a PrjiL Jfemlar the Tmu lnt9KolUpate.Prtu Auocbtbn. for?rpTof "HkWwwa cUtuM. -a or ctricWJtKi8 tiMWatelMLB eolaWes In & recent tudy Professor Movey found .that the Unltcd.Statas.wasJ ar in -tha.Had.oL other. aountri be in this respect with mora than double thenumber of students in England franco and Germany com- bined. The actual figures cited follow: America 850000; England 65000; France 53000; and Ger- many 123000j-Sul Rosa Skyline fc - 1. -sty. J. . - ' rr i- MAEY MAJKiES WET rAJMT K- f- Offiee: First Floer Sciesce Building Downtown Office: Abilene Printing and Stationery Co YOUR IDEALS AND MINE Here talk when we have visitors in the parlor. a hoping that' Emma doesn't so loud nex...

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