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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 29 September 1928

VW3! h; '& L sK" 'vMl ' i a-- ;' .". J i K v ' x. .MW esnmraons r.J s ' ' glMWONl UKlTBRilTY AlfLBNIATURDAY BEPTTEMBER M 1928 i Ne..l 1 ! Is Opening For Thirty-seventh Session Over 900 Register and Wednesday To Break All Previous Enrollment Records (Rr?iiiH r ' -r ' W -.W vFm vgram Tuesday Morning Tuesday ill in- I f it mi The Branding Iron W. J. POWELL Washington D. C Sept. 22-. I ras. afraid that "Tho Brand Jhi comq not get a goou start mis year without a little nld.;frdmt me. Although Proxy informed me that I could never have got ft degreo t ho had hot been sure that the School would exist with out my presence ho did not men- tion this publications. Some of the ginks tike Ber- nard Buie and myself who never played football made the schol- arship Society etc would never have had .any publicity without my aid. --(Usually that sort never tSf''had tn.'Run'rPrexv excent when '''.r -.. .. v; ..4 .. vi& U0UaB' pwanzy "passoa inc '..buck" concerning ah over-duo ?ts 3 note. Hence....

Publication Title: Simmons Brand, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 29 September 1928

'-. ill - Tafl 2 THE SIMMONS BRAlD o H . 5 $ f a. s Mi - V Dr. Cooper Assumes Duties As Professor In State University Simmons Educator Is Loaned To State Institution For Present 4 School Year Dr. O. H. Cooper actively con ncctcd with Simmons University for many years has accepted a temporary appointment as professor of the his- tory and philosophy of education in tho University of Texas and has been pursuing his duties in the latter posi- tion during tho past two weeks ac- cording to reports of State Univer- sity nutohirties. Dr Cooper was formerly president of Simmons Collego and has been connected with tho institution during recent years as chairman of the faculty and head of the department of philosophy and psychology. The veteran educator who has been con- nected with tho local institution foi more than twenty years has been "loaned" to the state school for one year. Ho goes under leave of ab- sence and expects to return in Sep- tember 1929. Helped Found University Dr. Cooper re...

Publication Title: Simmons Brand, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 29 September 1928

PageO THE SIMMONS BltAND . Ji M! - ' ... .. .. -. .. . '.. "' j ' -"& f W " " i w x. w w w ww-vw-K-w-Mavw'WBHVw'Bvw-MWWVBMBw wwwhvw iciBvivtjVBHFivaivwBruBavwHWVHIVOVHiVllBIVlH "A THE UNIVERSITY TAILOR SHOP FERGUSON HALL Red Aldridgc Gibbons L m ii'i' ' lag Cafeteria Managers Come To Simmons From N. M. College Mr. nnd Mrs. Arthur McClure Were Connected With Montczumn Baptist College DIAL 6786 Dry Cleaning and Pressing In Business to Improve Your Appearance BURNAM & BURNAM Props. MARY FRANCES Opal Brant SMITH Rachel Langston Martha Ann Duncan . i H h r. m o y "ri J! Tha Simmons University Cnfetcria opened to students on Monday Sep- tember 24th with better facilities for serving and under new management. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur McClure have been secured to manage the cafeteria 0M"Q-""0-M-"-""C-iOOM0-MO'lM-0-MO' e8 c a i- A He & ?; e M this year and promise that everyone will bo satisfied with the service and food. The new managers came to Sim- mons from New Mexico where they h...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 29 September 1928

THE SIMMONS BRAND tt A 'r r pi. . .r- . Itf v . ? x. fe ' VW. '4 i'.l" v A . ."? i 'j' i - A "weekly college newspaper published ovory Saturday during ' tta aeheol year by tho Simmons Press Club in 'tho 'interest of tho SWdwt Body of Simmons University BtfM as second class mail matter Juno 22 1917 at tho Post-offico at Abileno -Texas under act of March 3 1879. Subscription prico per year . . ; . . . $2.00 Member of tho Texas Intorcollcgiato Press Association. Off ico t First Plbor Scionco Building. Downtown Qffico? Abilcno Printing & Stationery Co. EDITORIAL STAFF Joo Burton ........... Editor-in-Chiofl Gcorgo Qlazner Managing Editor BUSINESS STAFF Bernard Buio. Business Managor Byron Pollock Asst. Business Managor REPORTERS ; Margaret Thompson Ross R. Routh Clifford Solomon Clarence Woods J. Lowell Pondor Oscar Sentcr M. Q. Wrmer Lula Grnco Williams Elbert Hall Wilfred Hnggard. INTRODUCING Practically a now student body is on hand for tho opening of each annual session of Simmo...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 29 September 1928

-v THE SIMMONS BRAND km Two Ex-cowhands Are Selected to Coach Freshman Team This Year m&pF&m Tweaty IPreshmen Answer Gall for Reserve Material Walker Will Coach Backfield M sV I JBtHBSHT' .k.LL-JHBl . X'f. '1 y t jSiwj?V'i "IlX- i- And Daniels Line The 1 u'. 3 Gfasmes-Matched mmmi AMMMmMmSM7m (mMHUN Hb 7. 5 '4. " i '' a f - vfi ' ' ' fc & . v a IHaBlf V' ViJ" JfVW.3L.i"" TBI fc? . - ;-: . Will Serve as Cannon Fodder w - For 'Varsity 'Crew'-" . Tho call was issued for all fresh- in football will have charge of the Corral last Tuesday! and at. present about twcnty-flvo men aro undergo- ing thoidaily practico Under tho super- vision of two. oxrCowhnnds Hallo (Hoss) Daniels and 'Harold (Chesty) Walker. .Walker. a" iour-letter man in football; will -have chargo of the backs -while Daniels end and guard dcluxo will direct tho linemen. ' Tho freshman team or 'Wrecking Crow" as it is sometimes termed plays an important rolo in tho make- up of tho Cowboy machine. The chief purpos...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 29 September 1928

w jfPT ' if "JWJP "W.SW''ljUjWi TBI SIMMONS BRAND faMtaMMMtfiaMMNiiMM ?i . tin 'a. -4 r .' Vail. . i i. V hJ N lU' 'tfV- Jftt'VJ; W' j-v. ! Sknhh bbbbbbb bYbbbvbwsb a bb9MSb3bbib .LE9 flD3U9 HKlQBWKeMBBMHLBpML-I-3d . SMART NEW SUITS 3 1055 Value. Featuring Snappy Modeb Wkh Two Pants far Colfetrlfe. Wetr Fall pat- terns awl eelow. A vecv Mg m- bstioa la dew MvtMea wers- a& efeeveits Bead tailored MftncBro PAnrrmod HONOR WB8T TEXAS ;. (ConttntiA fcem fl(te J) pktwts of tie heroea'whe have help- l Vt&lthe state aad the Batten."-- "t raal te brisg W ere the state ; of. Teats tke heroes who have helped 1 lwJH. tee atete. Portraits of these in pttUk testtteUena would be a t'.sWe leotere wkiek would focus in .tBVmwidi of the people forever. Our Miteel bsitdtogs' er court roews all eajr pwhMc iBseitaUoBs should be re- miwWd of these patriots." Sneaking if his sew work at Sim- - . v Wsto Art Center Here ?-. "I waat 3laaoBs University to be- 4m the art center of 'thk section jmnm of T...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 29 September 1928

"v y?.- IJH ItfW fx: n V' 'vT"r ;-.- ad 'Jftv. 7 sr t r :rsMW 5 ..-" . T V " Tl BIMkOMS MAfD' a a 'it- w; & Jf 'r - i. wT 5 ' .at. Cowboys Annex Practice Tilt With Decatur Club Saturday 6 to 0 ' . -' - " ' -' - " PASSTORHttDE IS'ONLY SCORE OF MUDDY GAME RUFU8 RACKS 40 YARDS AFTER TAKING 'IIKAVB FROM BILL 8ANDSR8 JRain Slows Game Plucky Decatur Team. Misses Chance to Score in Second Quarter Beat C The Simmons' Cowboys opened the '1028 football season with a 0-0 vlc- & lory" over Decatur Baptist College last .V' Saturday afternoon th'e lone score coming in tho. third quarter when Ru .fus Hyde took a 30-yard pass from Bill Sanders and ran 40 yards tin molested to a touchdown. Sanders failed to kick goal. The gamo was played in a cold drlwle which1 fell incessantly all day Saturday. Several hundred specta- ' tors viowed the game from scattered huddles in the' new stadium. ' Considerably retarded by the sog- ; gincsa of the field and general cll- i mntic conditions the game was f...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 29 September 1928

winery 6kwoti re5iW m -1 ;t 'iv vsn.7? & tf T- J "" 1 THE SIMMONS BRAND Bycwpi' j. M- W iS. J gtp .. ? We Are For You DEHORN THE ?"" .il''?TOaK7Ff?fr-yT'"iT01' - .. - CK Cft TM COWBOYS Mum B v iLV v3 Ml' I' iv" x fLUB AfljHuh FROm i lV t v I .v ! . 6' rW S W 1 r ": Simmons Department Head Recounts "wOWthi Of Southwestern Frontier r Iii Book Placed On Sale This Summer DR. MOTTO'S NKW HISTORY REVIEWED IN FORTj . WORTH PAPER IS (Iditor'a Note Tho following Is a "ottppfrig of a book review carried in the. Fort Worth Star-Telegram Sun- 1 day Sejtt 16. Dr. Risteri head of tJi' history department of- Simmons iliiivwftity -worked on his book "The SowttiweeWn Frontier" for several ' years. ' It was released from the ""rtsg -daring the summer). w Dr. Carl Coke. Rister professor .of history at Simmons University Abi- '.lene has crewned his extraordinary inUrost and wide researches into the frontier period of Texas history by publishing: an important record of the times its trends and found...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 29 September 1928

. M 0 w v " t- 1 1 v Y " ' SUMMER SCHOOL ENDS SUCCESSFUL SESSION AUG. 25 500 STUDENTS TXKK WORK; THIKTY.TWO GRADUATE More than Ave hundred students wero enrolled for work in the Sum. mer school which was brought to a close with tho completion of final examinations August 25. This was the largest enrollment Simmons has -ever had for tho Summor while-' In other respects It was tho most sig- nificant Summer school over con- ducted on the campus. A. score of graduate students did work In tho university during tho hot months and thirty-two seniors wore awarded bachelor's degroos at tho end of tho term. Most of those en- rolled wero 'uppcrclossmon only a few students being in collego for .their first time. Extra-curricula -activities woro in order more than usual for a Summer Bcssion. Several basketball games wero laycd Thrco entertainments were given the studnts by tho uni- versity. Several organizations which had not before been active during the1 Summer were intact the past term; these...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 29 September 1928

AT srapRrerw? ?m ' " ". ftp! THB SIMMONS BEAND iSooisOk is- fm wai ft- .-. - '.' ': :' ; i i.j. r. ! '.-."1 v' . ! - "Vfc- .. V -M J tw i w ' " r4 . "A A. 'r. ' . 'i.y.. - l-4 'W. i lr LI. w . fl KC - tt- "fciO ?. vri i. mtm.i ' i .WIC4YE JW fllKIW TAMt " . 5-S.& T.I. PI A& Women's Oratorical Association Will Hold Annual Meetings Mere Three Isaporiant student organlta- tioM of fee state hare selected Sim men as' their atmu&l naeetlng place this er. These 4r"e the Baptist Stu dent Union Texas Intercollegiate Press Asseektionand the. Yeomen's State Oratorical Association.. The B S. U. eonyentloa will be Tield hero the latter part of October while the other two are' scheduled for next spring. A Simmons student. Lawrence Fitz- gerald was president of the state 11. S. U. last year. He was succeeded by Andrew Allen of the Ft Worth Sem- inary but while in office he was iri- struaeatal in securing this .year's con- vention for Simmons University. The annual convention was held i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 6 October 1928

TT rJ . 5 s . i- ; : -yr. - m -J".- - . I .rV rft! -' ""' f' 'v. .fMfri V"f fW ' . " YOLUMB XIII simmoni UKiVxMrry. abilenx Saturday octohkr . imbv 29?r .rj - '.. . jwi7 v' . ; h . . '.j' sns a - m -- . - t te.: . -' y-:r '.-V-! W KJMF IHYTYTIXUTTII Trll"Bi '.A'V &' "' ' V-T :. m L I t III If 41 Wtftll II ' '' ll'lli I . p ...' . ..-. ''-.- ..;- 5. I . - -.'- :-... " . - ..-. -. . .... " . . - - . gym r- LARGE INCREASE m ENROLLMENT "FOR THIS TERM MS 8TUPENTS GIVEN SEATS IN FIltST CHAPBL ASSIGNMENT i -9S0 Totol Readied iWeman Majwlty Is 135 UnderclaM- en Number 51ft Uppcrdasscs 219 SeTea Graduates Erollraent through this week con- "iWed at & brisk pace with lndlca- MM Btlll pointing toward over .a ..MoMnd in school for tho fall term. :'3Plw total through Wednesday -was -i.v- approximately "lno ' nunarea ana rty-xMlp. ' On the first assignment of chapel Mta which was posted on the bullo- Mn board Monday 805 names were listed. This listing is short authorl- .M point out from 75...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 6 October 1928

THI SIMMONS WtAHD ' &" SI m A veakfer ootkf a aawot bar th wtMpwpaUkked every Saturday during bar the Shinwua Press Club in the interest of the tf Bwfrtom UMTWwityi :.' T MiWi t j class mil matter June 22. 1917; at tho Poat-offico ft AJsflani Ttewa. turfw aat'of Mareh 3 1879 priea per year" $2.00 fr et the Teacag Iatereollegiate Press Association. Olfiee; First Floor Science Building. Dwtows Offiee ; Abilene Printing & Stationery Co. r ' v EDlTOBtAL STAFF tJaau-Hkurvasu ..(iit(.'il..ll..i.ottt)tii .EditOr-in-Chlcfl -.t.'Qfccef OlaaBr..i.. v.. ...... .Managing Editor ' V . BUSINESS STAFF Bernard Ernie. . .......;...... Business Manager Bjev Polloek. .Asst Business Manager ' t Jjn. jftwwi- wii4MM.4wtw.M. ..?..;.... ..w' voiumni9i t i KEPWITERS: Margaret Thompson Ross It Roulh Clarenco Woodsr . Oeoae Senter Lala Grace Williams Elbert Hall Wilfred Haggard Ruth Jem an Fry; Nina Landers and. students in Journalism 113. CONCERNING AIR CASTLES .ft ft.- ?.. fc's - 5 ' - 5?.'t ' s.. I...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 6 October 1928

rsfiV3fF i - : ftTWP.l V t. -.j 7.' ' a "W'f . '-. "V"-! 4B THE SIMMONS BRAND B'. . -a I w. fcv ' &v- fe; .. 'j.-' - '. "' . It.' i ' '- Jtac. "- fcv ( iv. :. : ftv' . Pi: ?--. . if E 3 g :fe. ft Starting Lineup Uncertain Bridges Makes No Assignment Of Men To Their Positions T. C. tf. STARTING TEAM ALSO REMAINS TO BE NAMED DY COACH MATTY DELL Just who Frank Bridges the Cow- boy mentor will haVe In tho start- ing lineup today at Breckcnbridge in tho tusscl with tho Horned Frogs of Texas Christian university is yet to be decided. "Ono of tho players might drop dead before the game" the midget coach fires back when asked what his starting lineup might ' ho. "Figuro.it out for yourself" he adds i Anyway Bridges has enough men left from last year's team to put a ; lcttcrman in every position" except center. But many of the lettormen will give way to newcomers in the starting lineup it is almost certain. George Gollghtly a freshman from Martin will start at center barring injuries. Th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 6 October 1928

i Vi. -If ? VS7V tt. 'A: ft ' i'.i SA' . !'-. '1 r "? I) y.i " R-X.' ' ll'.'v . n V V7- V P. h- " - r-; . f rf w to ' s Ms"- l' l-ky -? U' 1.' ' If' - '(" Vr if b ? . f f .4 V :r Pf4 aaattMl"BIIBIBailfBiaM PMSLDENT SANDKFBR NAMB8 IDKALS OP RIMMONS U. (CmMmMI frees 'ae 1). Cariat.are fcett first by tht8 InaUtu- tlea. The Meat issportaat thing Is to learn to discriminate more dls- . ermialy between right and wrong and have i the moral courage to stand for that thing withetA rwtardtto men In whaCsoever position they may. oc cupy. . ' j Glvea Chance to Withdraw "If there are young men and 'women who do not feel that they can ' conform at least in the realm of gen tilitjrand wbmanly virtue then with' draw now. But if you are willing to take up your student dutiea and con form in those matters then stay on and we are glad to have you" The -.president then montloned re- llgious activities and stated that any student who had an aversion for such things and intended to cut as many as possibl...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 13 October 1928

"V -r k -.-r fti - -.i 4 Ala l rh.?. If A. "r '' l - v.r 1 W . i w a ' J " ' . 6 ... .J"- . " "?-; .- .. Ani '.'. -V"' '-' v ". i H ( H V H .u" 0 j y i. - y. - i -.; VOLUMK XIII VOLU BIMM0N8- UNIVKR8ITY ABILKNK- SATURDAY OCTOBER 13 1928. -tf jwr w w niitti m a -W -A p . i If A- r. m :" ' ' v t .A H a Vr- WW T SIDNEY TEAM - 'WiLL'ARRIVEIN . AMERICA SOON Australians will land san francisco next . wednesday AT I)6bate Nine Questions Extenftlvo Itlncry Includes Many i- Leadinjc Schools In Several Western States Tlie University of Sydney Austra- - lta debating team that is to meet the ''- Simmons team on October 29 will ar- ' rive at San Francisco October 17 by -. the -S. S. "Malola This team last wuu- dpfoStml thn CnmbrldiTQ. Enir- Sf --S - kmd debating representatives. ' 'The Australian debaters are H. G. X 'Goodsall W. Si Sheldon and N. C..P. tNelson. Mr. Goodsall manager of .the team Is a brother Of Dr. J. K. ': "" Goodsall. one of the three Sydney "r debators who toured the United S...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 13 October 1928

& " ?. Vi i ' ' . ttltt TMU SIMMONS BRAND -u r"r E . J. .' t ' " i . -" ; ''-i 'tf " W f fv i I tiff JMwwms Bmnd tl MbMl rt fcNy ollsgs newspr published every Saturday during r by tie Simmons Press Club in the interest of the af Simmoaa University. is mail matter June 22 1917. at the Post-office i mwkr get of March 3 1879. gyyriyttwi prieey per year ... jCmsImc1 M the Texas Intereollegiato Press Association. -. . i i i -. 1 1 $2.00 V Office i First Floor Scioncd Building. wwWOfffce: Abilene Printing &-6tati0ricry Oo. . .. EDITORIAL STAFF Js Bsrtea .......... ................ t . .... . EditOrin-Chi&fl uswfl ulazner .Managing Editor ri9n weweil -.....i....i. ...............................;.... ................. Columnist ' '' l ' BUSINESS STAFF ' Bernard Buie. .Business Managor iBjrrea?Ps41ock. . -.- . . .;. ............. . Asst. Business" Managor They Broadcast Junior Sings While Freshman Fiddles and Plays the Harp Before the "Mike" Down town and Elsewhere. . -' REPORTE...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 13 October 1928

?ILE SIMMONS BRAND ftr M': rw" Cowboys Taste Defeat At. Hands of Strong Frog Team Early Lead Fades Final Score Is 19-3 JUMBLES GIVES ADVANTAGES TO COWIIAND8 IN ' FIRST QUARTER fn. -&"' By Oscar Scntcr Thirty purplo clad warriors from Texas Christian University came out from Fort Worth last Saturday and quieted the "wild and wooly".cow- t boys to the tune of 10 to 3 in a moat ferocious battle In tho now. Buckaroo Park at Brcckenrldgc. The game started out like all foot ball games .should start with the .Cowboys takings the lead early In the contest; Bridges started three second . Btringcrsi ibul quickly nished in the remainder of his first team after the klok-ofT. Kuhn was downed on the 30 '.yard line.. S(ms;wna thrown for . a mineyard loss Sn'the first play and Sellers punted on tho first down to Sain who fumbled and allowed' Daven port to recovor on the Frog 22 yard .Unci The Cowboys .failed to mako a first down ontho first three plays ' and Sellers dropped back and kicked a pr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 13 October 1928

X'JW? " V - Q a- rf':$ tMsfPNMNHMHMBaaaEBSSBi ' I JRichardson Witnesses Comanche Pyote Festival And Describes It In Article In The Westerji Weekly DOES. NOT OBSERVE HARMFUL '" SFFSCTS ALLEGED TO PfiYOTE PLANT Dr. R. N. Richardson vice .presi- dent of the university and authority on Indian history has written an In- teresting account of the pcyoto festi- val an Indian religious ceremony that baa been the subject of much contro- versy during recent years. Dr. Rich- ardson's Btory appeared in tho West- ern Weekly Magazine section of the Abilene Reporter last Sunday Oc- tober 7 and is an eye-witness report. He attended the pcyoto festival of tho Cewanche Indians held a fow weeks ago sear Lawton Oklahoma. The pcyoto plant Is found only in South Texas and tho Mexican country opposite and has been almost indis- pensable to religious ceremonies of the Comanche Indians since they were first Introduced to tho use of it Sinco le Comanche tribe was consigned to it Oklahoma reservation in 1875 t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 20 October 1928

' 'i:v '-'.'.vwrs ws t. ' itf'jimxv'C'WJ raaaasna&ze fwcn' f-f w'TH's " -m-'m ;. ' .' --x". ;'; . ' " xn K.A.. ' ' . '.1'tB-lW.- Hr.VKTHV'SAu iWfT7 5fT" '' "J. JS. Tf .V T A i. VV. " -ft' - ' "" u . . ' v ; 'I. - 'V s v- -. ' 5 'J .'.' i . - . . " o 'iu : tt'"- s rtiSr -rrtr SIMMONS UNIVERSITY .A WLSNK SATURDAY OGTOttBR 198. 'JW4 vre Ua rv wr.. Crofei AudttoriuM Hears Smiia la Matinee and Eyeiiiiig Programs; Increased Seating Capacity Taxed XYLOP.JWWI SOLOIST DBLI8HTS tTAXOPSOKB OGTMr FURNISHBS HUMOROUS NUMBER; t SOUSA'S .MAHCX1S FAVORED BY AUDIENCE. "7 uiuiu umrm Tim crowded houses thrilled to the f " Jain Philip Sousa's incom- sd Mid enjoyed to tho ut- t every misate of both .matinee smV evening- programs given In. the auditorium Thursday Oc- 18. Hearty applause greeted MHaeer and ttie encores written by the great band- himself were especially ap- Svery. available seat seemed to be at both concerts and many atari diag around the walls while a. fair were to be seen on the peeri...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 20 October 1928

' .". ?: 1; THE SIMMONS BRAND frr" 1- ' -J ""' & v - f 1' i i t' r . K"S.. v L-i- X M c i & n.- J i sz.. r iin- r-'rf. feS. v. v V t a 1 " - fi MPfw ffyp$immon9Zh?md t weekly college newspaper published every Saturday during tfc wheel year by the Simmons Press Club in tho interest of the tedeatBody of Simmbns University. Altered as second class mail matter Juno 22 1917 at the Post-office at.-Abileae Texas under act of March 8 1879. gabacription price per year $2.00 Member of tho Texas Intercollegiate Press Association. Office t First Floor Scienco Building. Downtown Office; Abilene Printing & Stationery Co. EDITORIAL STAFF Joe Burton .......... Editor-in-Chief George Glazner ..... . Managing Editor Oscar Scnter Sports Editor Noll Scwell . . Columnist 1 BUSINESS STAFF Bernard Buio Business Manager .Byron Pollock . Ass't. Business Manager Jim Barrett Circulation Manager DO COLLEGE GRADUATES A McGill student was interviewing a prominent business man a few months ago with a ...

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