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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 20 October 1928

sr MVwIm THE SIMMONS DEAND rts ff. A Ksf pr.v k f Lone Touchdown Saves Mustangs FroinTie With Fighting Cowboys 6-0 Decision Upsets Early Game Dope SINGLE MARKER MADE IN SECOND HALF BY FINCHER A Southern Methodist University Mustang that had drivon an Army mule Into submission camo back to its old home state and was nearly ridden by a Simmons University Cowboy who lacked only six jumps of staying with him the required length of timd. Such was the story of the battle up at Wichita Falls be- twoon S. M. U. and Simmons that re- sulted in a C to 0 triumph for the Dallas institution. According to the score Simmons ranks within soven points of what is believed to be the best team in the Unltod States this year which is the Untied States Military Academy Cadets. Of course the Mustangs were travel-worn. They had n Tea- son t obe but on the other hand th6 Cowboys were forced to play un- der Southwestern Conference rules and could not havo been at their best with only seven men as reserve stre...

Publication Title: Simmons Brand, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 20 October 1928

V ' V Tm simtows BJtAHD 1mm vr " waiMPr Sly B Uv JKA ) MMMMJMMMjDjnMJI 1' yy mvk aw rjEM stamm If ni" j i i nwiiiiimiJWffljjifffjji m wiods Religious Work of Students Shown by Check Mdde This Week by B. S. U. Secretary Majesty Simmons Students -Are tEnyoHtA la Bandar School Report Indicates That th .religious lifo of tha stu- dents on the Simmons campus is not neglected 4a shown by a brief survey of the recedi of tho B. S.'U. as given ut by J. A. Lovell. These record show that practically all of tho stu- dents are enrolled in ono of tho vari ous Sunday schools of tho city and most of these are member of ono rf tho local churches. Not only is tho student offered tho churches and Sunday schools on Sun- day but he is also offered tho daily .?rayer meetings which meet every jfiorning at 7:45 in Dr. Fry's room In addition to this tho B. S. U. spon- 'ors a program in chapel every Thursday morning. Through tho efforts of tho B. S. U. coundT all those who are. training for somo special reli...

Publication Title: Simmons Brand, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 27 October 1928

In ' ' . ' . -. i it31 ' ' - . i "- -t ' ?...''- Ffi j . f i : -'. - ' Sit- . ' . " ' ."' . "5! . ." fi '" . '.''I ';. . i v ' 1 ' : r - i VOLUME XIII SIMMONS UNlVKRSlTY ABILENE. SATURDAY OCTOBER 27 1928. ' .;''No.V5 Pj? Simmons final M - B- f t ?'a- : -1 ' : Ninth Annual BAND PRESENTS P. WHITEMAN IN CONCERT NOV 3 TICKETS ON SALE AT OFFICE OF COWBOY BAND IN ABILENE HALL Students Admitted May Hear Unique Musical Program By Exchanging Activities Tickets ' At Band Office ' On Saturday evening Nov. 3 Paul Whiteman and his orchestra will ap- pear in concert in the Simmons Uni- versity auditorium The program which will be under- the auspices of the' Cowboy band begins at 8:16. . Tickets are now on sale at the band of fico in Abilono Hali for $ 1.50 2.00 and $2.60. Students s will be allowed to hear this musical attraction by present- ing thoir Activities tickets for tickets to the .concert G. BN. Sandefcr band manager announced Thursday. This ' exchange should be made at the' Cow- boy Ban...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 27 October 1928

TUB SIMMONS BRAND xsaoBBBSKHBcasBSBaaneaa: fe J p p &n 6 . . ' ft v( .t i 0tfSimiMii30r?ind A Srokly aollege newspaper published every Saturday daring tim wtilitil ywr by the Simmons Press Club in tho intorest of the JWud( Bsdy ot SimmoBA University. ; Wtttd M Meoad elas mail matter Juno 22 1917 at tho Fost-offico t AbflwM Texas Tinder act of March 3 1879. frsbaeriptioa prise per year $2.00 Mewber f the Texas Intercollegiate Press Association. ( Office t First Floor Scieneo Building. ' 0watewa Offke: Abilene Printing&SktiencryCo. EDITORIAL STAFF Joe Burton ...( ........................-.............(.;........ Editor-in-Chief George Glacnef -...f..........;...!..--...... Managing Editor Oeear Senter ... . ..... ................... . .......... Sports Editor PJoll Sewell ..s;A-...i...f.i..i.v- .......' Columnist 1 - ' ' BUSINESS'STAFF w V ' " ' " v TfAM..j n..t- Byres-Pollock: i.........ia . Jim Barrett ...................... Reporters; Margaret Thompson Ross II Routh Clarenc...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 27 October 1928

THE SIMMONS BRAND 4 Tl arr-l 1 .! Stadium Will Be Dedicated Before Hill Billie Clash This Afternoon Cowhands Ready For Grudge Game STINO OF PAST DEFEATS BILLIES KINDLES' IKE OF RAH.CH BOYS DY "We don't need a Pep Squad to beat the Cowboys' fs the sentiment of the Bill fans expressed in a telegram rccdrd.by the Cowgirls last Wodnos- dap The. Simmons students arq not feeling so cocky over tho contest this afternoon and-nro taking the matter more seriously.. However nothing could suit Bridges better than for the Daniel Baker lllU' Billies themselves to feel tho samo way. Anyway tho annual clash "between tho Daniel Baker Hill Billies and the Simmons University Cowboys is this' afternoon. Tho Billies are tho favor- ites. They think so themselves. Tho new Cowboy stadium that was erected last summer will be dedicated and the Simmons students andLfanst will be nimost unanimously represented when the ceremony takes place. For tho last two years tho Brown- wood institution has won from Sim mo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 27 October 1928

If Li? r r i rt TU.IIMMOMf BRAND I V ili i f tf r II fc V .t bi ' I mi aikjkti cunt itamm I Six Applicants Try For Membership In 0. And D. Association There wcro six to try out for mem- bership into the Women's O and D. Association at their regular mooting Thursday night 8 o'clock. Fourteen members apprcclatlvoly heard the fivo minute original orations of each applicant who were: Frances Plor Gonello Jennings Loulso Poo Mar- garito Mayfield Maxio Ilarlsy and Hazel Huron. Tho judges Wcro Misses McDonald and Andrews- Members coincided by tho Coach Dr. Baker noted on the applicants and those acquiring mem- bership in the association will bo In- formed at an early date. According to the president M(ssr Janye Rose Head "tho O. and D. As- sociation lias n much brighter aspect this year than ever before. With tho material wo take in along with' the old wo intend to loso no other debate but 'will obtain always that record of winning." o ' NOT GUILTY He was a stage aspirant and had contrived...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 3 November 1928

. ( '' l i 11 . n.iVj- t y A? ' VOLUME XIII SIMMONS UNIVERSITY BILENE. SATURDAY NOVEMBER 3 1928 N. 6 .. :s t - tt Simmons Men Get Audience Decision Over Australians 1 Gbvcrnamcntal Question Is Discussed Here On Monday Night 600 Attend Debate Crowd Favors Argument of - Local Trio By4'to 1 Majority -An audience decision gnvo Simmons her second International debating -vie-tory last Monday evening when her representatives met those- of Sydney University Australia on tho question Resolved: Thai athe Parliamentary Form of government Is Superior to the Presidential Form. Zolllo Stcakley Bernard Bulc and Lawrence Fitzgerald defended the negativo for Simmons; this was the same trio that defeased Cambridge University here last year. The Aus- tralian debaters were; II. G. Godsall W S. Sheldon and N. 0. L. Nelson. The crowd of about COO favorod tho negative by a 4 to 1 majority. The affirmative advanced argu- ment that the people do not elect tho president since tho candidate may re- ceive a ma...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 3 November 1928

: Vfr i Mr Pf- ft f r-s ?S hS PVW ' iTllfSiaimoHdDrnnd JL WMkly college newspaper published every Saturday during 'i.L.i.1 I il. ris. t nt.t il. . - i. tfe oshool tmt by the Simmons Press Club" in tho interest of the Bedy of Bimaona University. SKtored as seeond class mail matter Juno 22 1917 at the Fost-offioo at Abiteae Texas under act of March 3 1879. IhtbaeriptioR price per year $2.00 Meaber of the Texas Intorcollegiato Press Association. Office : First Floor Scicnco .Building. Downtown Officoi Abilcno Printing & Stationery Co. Joe Burton ... George Glazncr . Oscar Senter ...... Noll Sewcll . .. Bernard Bute .. Byron Pollock . Jim Barrett EDITORIAL STAFF .............. ................... w.w.. ............... .......... ........ nttiMMHiH4MNIrtiMtltINMUItt BUSINESS STAFF ..... Editor-in-Chief Managing Editor ...... Sports Editor Columnist Business Manager Ass't. Business Manager .. Circulation Manager Reporters: Margaret Thompson Ross H. Routh Clarence Woods Oscar Senter Lu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 3 November 1928

'' &?'A ''$ THE SIMMONS BRAND Jfi S" w?. A- fcw I .'A ? ttfc ? '' fr. & vs fc. t F' !'". ;-. rJfc' $v .. m v. Jwi FiX '.T' :'f ! Cowboys Drop First Conference Battle to Austin College 6 to 0 Kangaroos Score In Second Quarter Late Rally Falls Short Counter For Simmons Of Cowboy-Hill Billie Contest Results In 6-6 Tie As Both Teams Fight Hard; Daniel Baker Has Slight Advantage The- biggest upset of the football season came yesterday afternoon when- tho highly favored Simmons Cowboys went down before tho Aus- tin Kangaroos by a score of 0 to 6. It' was a' heart-breaking loss. Time anil again the Cowboys swept down tho field only to have their march halted by a fumblo or an intercepted pass.' The Kangaroos were like hawks and pounced unfailingly upon every loose ball. The unklndest cut of all camo in the last minuto of play when two beautiful passes took the ball to Aus- tin's 5-yard line and a touchdown seemed inevitable. Simmons was penalized 5 yards for delaying tho game and o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 3 November 1928

Tfl TSII 8IMM0N8 BRAND -4 L fc V t Goods (So SIAMPl Hoover Gets Two to One Majority In Student Vote Conducted By College Humor in tho American college straw voto which was taken recently1 by Collcgo Humor magazine and the collcgo dailies Hoover received a two to one majority. The Brand did not give Simmons students an opportunity to participate in this straw voto bc cause tho first edition did not como out in time for votes to bo counted in tne national total. At the September registration this year ihere were 892"808 students in the 1104 American colleges of which 644685 (were men and 348123 girls. This army of young voters (most of 'whom had never had any experience at the polls) have been termed by Democrats and Republicans as tho hope of America.. Tho two parties .. should be interested in figures ob tained. College Papers Cooperate. The co-operation of the college newspapers was secured tho major' tty of them running ballots on thoir front nages. Votintr boxes were placed at st...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 10 November 1928

V' J - 3" 'v. 'ftf-' " . VM i .' 3-1 C ". v ' r . . ' '"" CSI 3fc-$ j.i.''i''t'' yv J . . V ?.' ' l.i i? V-? ': ' .... ' " r .:' v-. SSf s :- .-?' - M- R. ytHtVMM xm . Audience of 21000 ". TT. IWri . - 'T UK - 'J - ' ' . t- t . Si "". i -s " - -T" IA .-. - . ..--..- . Hwdredf of Es-Stndeiit Wffl Witittif S Clash on Homecomm W & r ;-nears wnitemanin Concert Saturday Wk Tcxaoa Fill: Auditorium For Program Here By ' Orchestra Plays Popular Hits ?. -- l ' - Perfection And Versatility SJiown By Members In Renditions ("t Wert Texas greeted Paul White- mn and his greater concert orchestra .- ? itui i..t. (.. t. .xi -.t .T Wu IT.'. 1-.1. 0.tt. -1.1.1 l u r '.Br wun AB ttlfUC 1A Villa DC.UU1I U& rVilie SimiMAs University auditorium. 'ziv Wlffc) .Wfel v ttf tXLflATIa fit O (IU ruwsnlA & "-. -TN . ! J-VWJ..W : r -The. building was filled to capacity. '" ' "Paul W)ilfmnn- hlmnolf Interna. r4'.' - tionally famous and !s orchestra B' .'' dellplitiyl ttin nnHIpnrft nnrl iravn a Jeaditi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 10 November 1928

TH1 SIMMONS BRAND mmm - t; -5- ' '. ?. Ci-i-r '- ''.' -' . " rm " 1: ' C If Ki - : - y s- -s "- (- -i v '.'. VST i i ii Er- c K -- ;' vrn welrfr Mlkf awqspaf'tr tmbliahed every Saturday during HM MfcMl mm tar tlM Mmkom Press Club ia the isterert of the i Umverstty. aUatWr Jane 32 1917 at the roat-office Tag uadec aet of Mareh 3 1879. WKQQp - jl WlT yWHT $2.00 f tin Twws Intercollegiate Press Association. o . .. Otffeet Ket Jloor Sckaae Building; Bwlrtwm ' t Abikfie Trinting Stationery Co. J-BartMf Qmus iCImmm EDITORIAL STAFF HWW4HW W Editor-in-Chief .............. Managing" Editor .... ....... Sportav Editor ......... Columnist ...a......... Bnie Byre FeUock Jim Barretts. BUSINESS STAFF ...; Business. Manager Ass't .Business Manager . Circulation Manager .' -Reporters: Margaret Thompson Ross H. Tlouth 'Clarence Woods "r o T-.i. r- ttmii! " t-ii . ii-ii vrrnt t u J n.nU' yVAKME (peatcr iuia orate yyiuiaius x.ilk;.i ju.ii niuitu jiugguiu um JmanTry Nina Landers J. C Solomon and studen...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 10 November 1928

'TW&n 1 9 S( I Cowboys Determined to Stay in Race By Howard Payne and St Edwards Lead Conference Race Jackets and Saints Meet' at Austin Today In Crucial Game GamHere Monday Crowd of 7)000 Expected to Pack Simmons' New Stadium Determined to stay in the race for the' championship after1 their' inspir- ing: wfn over Southwestern tho Cow- boys will meet the Trinity University Tigers in their homecoming gnme Monday afternoon at three o'clock on Parramore Field. Trinity wllicome to' tho game with the same determi- nation since a loss by them would mean iho same as one to tho Cow- boys no chance whatsoever for tho championship. Trinity (has played only ono con- ference game and lost to the strong Howard Payne aggregation leaders at present of the loop. Simmons 'by virtue of her win over Southwestern has a chance at the titlo provided they win all tho(r remaining games.. St. Edwards with one win to her credit has a perfect average in tho per cent column. Austin and 'Southwestern having...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 10 November 1928

- TBS SIMMONS BKAND t Hi f.i K. i Harper's Monthly File Added To Crane Historical Collection A unique addition Wa Recently been made to the Crane his- torical library which was started in 1928 by Judge fi. 0. Crane of Sweet water. While browsing fa the Gam- jnei Book Store at Austin recently Judge Crane chanced to find fifty complete volumes of Harper's monthly magaisino which were on sale. These volumes each of. which contains a full years publication dato back to early times and are an un- usual collection. They will bo placed on the shelves of the Crane library at Simmons In the next few days. In 1923 Simmons College camo into possession of a (valuable collection .of. books newspapers letters docu- ments coins and old paper monoy of historical value. This collection was the gift of Judge R. C. Crane of Sweetwater whose father Dr. Wil 11am Carey Crane was president of Baylor University ttt Independence for more than a quarter of a century Judgo Crane being deeply inter- MINISTERIA...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 17 November 1928

w i' 5' 'tt"0 ; JU VOLUME XIII "lIMMONg UNIVWWITY ABILBNEi-SATURDAY NOVEMBER 17 1928 ..t No. 8 'A 1 " " ' ' ' " ' f W The Branding Iron My W. J. PetrU Washington D. 0. Nov. 12. When Fread my own stuff n The Brand I feel like ai ex does when Proxy calls- him up on the plat- fera te make a speech. There ia nothing in the world that embar- Vassea an old student more than to know that his day Is done In his Alma Mater and that when he cones hanging around the1 cam- pus nobody has time to listen to his tales of days gone by. Ono of the most pathetic things that I have ever seen around Sim- mons is Homo Coming Day. Some student stands around with a Bustled frown on 'Ms face and everybody wonders where that "hick came from." Students of today's Simmons pardon us old fossils if we try to stago a come- back occasionally for we cannot help but feel that we belong in the place you occupy. Students come and go but Simmons re- mains the same to us all. Dorothy Sandefer and I walked around tho Ca...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 17 November 1928

j y TMK JHMMONS BRAND mr$$w. tf- -fs V"' Vv & i-w t f ! r- r jrfr. tr.l'-" 55k. .. . rV P Y- r Lf - r - r 4- J ' it- H'? . i i jf- i ' "" - V i v rrt ?' IW ' ' '-Li i4V .' if .rf V M)t$mmmstmnb A wwkly oollege newspaper published ovory Saturday during tM sk8ol yaw by the Simmons Press Club hi the interest of ihp . Stwdeat Body of Simmons University BJrW M wend class mail matter June 22 1917 at thoTqstTofico afAh! Texas under act of March 3 1879. Swlwriptioa priee per year $2.00 Member ef the Texas Intercollcgiato Press Association. . 'Office: FirstPloor Science Building. Downtown Office: Abileno Printing & Stationery Co. Joe Burton ... $ tJlaracr "JL 'Osoar Sehter . ... Noll SewclK ....... EDITORIAL STAFF SDwnhrdiBiHe' Byron PolIock i. 'JiBjJBiuTcU i-:. " BUSINESS STAFF ... Editor-in-Chief 'ManagingyEditor -JL Sports Editor ....... Columnist .-.........? -Business Manager Ass't. Business' Manager ..... CirculationManager Reporters: Margaret Thompson! Ross til. Routhi? Claren...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 17 November 1928

td. -a1-; . . IL.H . l. ta it V ' 5 1 a tkKJi BRAND .iM. tL wy w.b i Cowboys Show Strong Offense In 32-6 Win Over Trinity Monday ! Bill Sanders Stars . itLQff Contest Of Season Great Runhihg Attack Shewn JBy Houghton Clark ' Awd Sanders 45000' Attend' -Game ;- Lone Trinity Score Is Result Qi Cowboy Fumble In ' ' - Third Quarter . 70 Simmons' Cowboys continued thc'ir comeback Into tho' thick of the 1 Texas .-OonferencQ' fight last tMonday .with a' decisive 82-G win over Trinity in their annual homecoming day clnshbeforo atcrowd.bf'aboui-BOOO. Tho game was-fcaiurcd by Sanders' remarkable 'punting and good passing ' -And by' an effective running' attack by the throo backs Sanders Hough- ' ton -anti Clark. Martin substitute ; backior-tho'Tigerp also' caused' some 'excitement when ho picked. up a fum- blo by Britton and ran unhampered ; fifty yards' for Trinity's lono score. ' ' Briefly and in a busincss-llko man- ricr. tho Cowboys proceeded practi- . tally to sow up tho game in tho firs...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 17 November 1928

;bv r MUHD :.' fW . . .i' Jjwdg DJfooP g&: I COWDEN ENTRANCE TO FBRGUSON HALL (Continued from pace 1). occupied in 1908. Uncle Hilly Cow- den old time ranchman was the principal donor and after him and his son the hall was named. Among the first to move Into Cow- den Hall in 1008 was R. N. Richard- son now ylce president of Simmons . University.. Many and humorous aro his reminiscences' concerning the pranks of the men who lived in tho old hall. Being all in one section Cowden afforded amplo opportunity for Intimacy among the men and a condition existed which corresponded to life in a fraternity. ' Kangaroo Court was very frequent in those days and forensic and. oft- times pugilistic ability was developed at theso boisterous affairs. Virtual self-government was enjoyed by the men in Cowden Hall and no super- viser was put thero until 1020.. Con- sequently in tho early days tho hall . was noted for' being noisy. Tho north section of Abilene was frequently dis- turbed by tho bedla...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 24 November 1928

8J Simmons Pttvi v . -it ' r X Sh v V i f i - - v k." . M Jr '?a' Ml . ! VOLUME XIII SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE. SATURDAY NOVEMBER 24. 1928 No. 0 St. Edwards Offense Rips Cowboy Line to Shreds; Score Is 26 to 0 Press Groups Hear Sjpeech By Bentley At Monday Meeting Managing Editor of Report- ' ' cr-News Tells His Own Experiences Three Clubs Meet Students of Three Colleges Plan to Entertain Convention r Tho press clubs of McMurry col lege. Abilene Christian college nnd -' Simmons university met together at McMurry college last 'Monday eve- ning to hear an address from Max Bentley managing editor of tho Reporter-News and to discuss plans for the entertainment of tho Texas In- tercollegiate Press association which meets hero on April 26 and 27 as guest of the thrco local schools. The meeting was .opened by Bent- ley's talk. ' Recounting somo of.hts experiences in newspaper and maga zine work. Bentley encouraged the students to stay with tho game which he said he considered ono of the m...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 24 November 1928

r.7v5 v V. . . V r s t;. V I jr. .- .1-4 't '-n I. i - .-. - j- i - 'K f 1 THE SIMMONS BRAND CTl)f$iffliit wis Brand A wkly eelleee newspaper' published every Saturday 'during tttf school year by the Simmons Press Club in the intcrcst'pf the i-poqy 8i oiHiaona univoreuy. Hatwed m second elass mail matter Juno 22 1917 at the lrost-office at AbUag Texas BBder aet of March 3 1879. ' - Swlwe riptioB priee per year $2.00 Mwnberf'the Texas Intercollcgiato Press Association. Office : First P16or Scicnco Building. Dev&tewn Office: Abifeno Printing & Stationery Go; Jee Burton . Geerge Glazner Oaear Senter. Nell Sc'well L. EDITORIAL1 STAFF" . Editor-in-Chief ..L.A......... Bernard Buie Byrea Pollock . Jim Barrett vL BUSINESS STAFF ........... Managing Editor ............. Sports (Editor ... ... Columnist . .. Business Manager Ass't Business Manager ... Circulation' Manager Reporters: Margaret Thompson Ross H. -Routh Clarence Woods Oscar Scntef Lula Grace Williams Elbert Hall Wilfred H...

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