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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 23 February 1929

KgM THB SIMMONS BRAND V r 'V t. ffi. fcV tr m.). m V Cowboys Sink Pirates Saints and Close Locals Steam Roll Strong Teams In Triumphant Finish Stall Helps Run Up Highest Scores of Season In - Last Games Bob Sets Record -Team Closes Best Campaign In Cowboy Athletic History Two smashing victories over South- western and St. Edwards last Satur- day and Monday night brought tho Simmons quintet to tho end of the most successful season a Cowboy team has ever played. The famous stallera mado a clean sweep of tho confer- ence schedule and waro far and away out of the class of any other team in tho T. C. circuit. Saturday night the Pirates wens bowled over by a 42 to 17 count which was a tremendous upset to forecasts. Then Monday night tho Cowboys wound up with their most crushing victory of tho year aval- nnching tho Saints under a total' of 5C to 29 in which Bob McCollum set a now individual scoring record for the conference with 23 points. Tho Pirate game was a wild affair. Stalled into a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 23 February 1929

T u TUB MMKOHf WUXD v n r 8IMMON8 GRADUATES L FINISH SBCONO YEAR AT WHITS DKER CHURCH (Continued Irom Pa re 1.) missions. Brother Carver was to happy over the things that have been accomplished by his untiring efforts and the devoted cooperation of his people. Ho climbed to the Very top of his ability in the message deliv- ered Sunday morning. Many came forward and reconsecrated their lives to tho Lord's work. Rev. and Mrs. Carver wero presented with a lovely bouquot of American Beauty roses as a public demonstration of tho great lovo tho membership holds for their pastor and wife COWDOY BAND TO TAKE TRAIN FOR WASHINGTON AT DALLAS THURSDAY (Continued from Pago 1) Orleans until flvo thirty Friday af- ternoon during which timo they will parade and play in tho downtown sec- tion of tho city. Prom New1 Orleans thoy will go to Atlanta where thoy 'will remain another day parading and playing. A royal wolcomo will bo accorded them in Atlanta Judging by tho reception they received thero two...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 2 March 1929

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 2 March 1929

TM UMKOtflt MAND fc ll ! i i p .; i lf . I I r 'P V m ' H)f5Kmmit9Br7int) Jl imkly Hlltge wwapaper published every Saturday during fc !! yw fcy the Simmon Press Club ia the interest of ike Bay. C BJauaowr University JMtW m scemd elasa mail matter Jane 22 1917 at the Tost-offiee t AfcPww Texas under aet of March 3 1879. i fcienriptwa 'yrke per year $2.00 Misahsr f the Texas Intercollegiate Pres Association If fee: 'First Floor Science Building vDwatewa Offiee: Abilene Printing ;& Stationery Co. - f EDITOR I AT. STAFF .iMBirlte.n.... .? ..-.. ? ..... Editor-in-Chief Qtttrge Olazner. ......... .Sports Exchange 'and ManagingEditor NeUSewell Columnist 4 MICTMPCC QTAPP Bernard Buie ........... Business Manager Byre Pollock .....: .'i . .Ass't. Business Manager Jtaa Barrett . . . . . t .!... . . . r. . . Circulation Manager Reporters Margarot Thompson Clarence "Wood Nina "Landers IlbertHall Lula Grace Williams Wilfred Haggard Elizabeth Borefa Ernestine Brannen Beatrice HulCJohn D. Coal...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 2 March 1929

N V TM 8IMMOM 1 iWtArlti .JMrJI .jr:i BHH1MM '? W y M i -V I t-V " t-L 4 $ ft. V" as-. iff r - 4 ft. B. I' IP.LJ- Simmons Cowboys Will Open Annual Spring Traiftiiig Camp for Coming Football Season Here March 18 Plan Two Games With Denton Club Will-be Coaching School For GradiiatcavWho Will Teach Spring football will be the voguo in -Simmons; again this year was the announcement given out by Coach Frank Bridges this week. Monday March 18 istha dale set for thp turn- oiit of thbso Interested. ' f Tho training period will extend 'a little more than seven weeks and will be concluded if present plans materialize with a doubleheader game against North Texas State Teacher college at Denton Monday .May 0. However no contract has been signed yet stated Bridges. Last year it will bo remembered Simmons engaged tho Denton Teach- ers in four spring gridiron battles winning them all. Thcso games while they seemed .to arouse considerable interest did not pay financially ac- cording to Mr. Bridges;...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 2 March 1929

mni ftotiioHt MAto r - IX ifrj 1 UJ I F literary "S" Pins Will Be Awarded At Commencement Students who earn twenty-five points in journalistic and oratorical activities will be awarded the literary "S" at commencement it was an- nounced by J. E. Johnson president of the Student Assembly Tuesday morning. Points are earned On the basis adopted by the student body several years ago. According to the eligibility specifi- cations all wearers of this pin must have1 been in Simmons at least ono year they shall have at least nine col- lege credits and 14 entrance credits. Th design of the "S" is a gold scrip letter transversed by a gold gavel of a quill pen and is to be worn only in the form of a pin or medal A standing committee will meet with the bursar who has a permanent record of all the qualifications' .to consider' applicants. Further an- nouncement will be mado in duo time Johnson states s6 that all who desire to make application may do so. ' Journalistic and oratorical points are d...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 9 March 1929

Journalism Edition TOLUMK XIII SIMMONS UNIVKMITY ABILENE. SATURDAY MARCH 9 1929. No. 20. ' . i- ." 'I"' T . 31 i' " J r- - T . S JOWBOY BAND PREXY ARE ENTERTAINED IN WHITE HOUSE ifn --i i-ii ii -r-;-r r r ' '" " - ' -'- - - - r - r - - n -- r M ..-l..T 1MI hum . mi - - H r-. May Peterson Will Appear In Program at Auditorium On Friday Evening March 15 Date Is Postponed For Return of Band Career Shows Great Success With Metropolitan And Abroad iCay Peterson primi donna soprano of the Metropolitan Opera Company who was to havo been presented in a program here Wednesday March 6 but who kindly consented to postpono her appearance hero since the Cow- boy Band under whoso direction she was to havo been brought here would be in Washington D. O at that timo attending the inauguration of the president of the United States will appear at the Simmons university auditorium Friday March IB at 8:15 p. m. Miss Peterson's career Is a pho- nomcnal record of successes showing that she is an artist who...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 9 March 1929

' JM- - ntu iyfr- 0. T-. -Sib . t .! .. . - !-. ( r-i P ". . r? fr-sJ. Z ' .w. : Et.V e - r o if .Jv A imUy nUmh mwwuw MUkhecL every Stardyrdw4 MhMt Jc My Wmwoih Pre- Clab ia the iatereatof the fee !? ! hiMiiin Uaiviwitr. .. mwd elM nail matter Jane 122 1917 at the Pott-offiee M AhHiai.TMcaey wader art of Mateh 8 1879.. yme per year 2.00 keaher the Tezaa Intercollegiate Pre ABeoeiatiaa. Offieev Pk8FloerSe BttUdiag DawiWBiQiKiee: Attleae?PrintiBf fcatatkawryfCo. IDIBOIUAISSTAFP Jete-Barte' . . .'...;.. 4 Editor-in-Cliief George Glazner. .'Sports. Exchange and'Manatrini' Editor Nell Sewell i k ....... i Columnist BUSINESS STAFF Bernard Bale i Ba8inereMaBager. Byron Pollock Asa't Buainew Maaagor Jim Barrett -. .. . -.. Circulation Manager Reporters Margaret Thompson Clarence Wood Nina Landers Elbert Halllmla Grace Williams Wilfred Haggard Eliabeth'BorcB Brnefitine Brannen Beatrico Hall Jolin D. Coats Otho Polk Lena Spence Boas Jtouth and students in Journalism 113 and 315. v .' Journal...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 9 March 1929

:?$ . . TM MMMOtMAiAAimi.' Sfii ft- u-v Ifc 5Sv- V lit-. '".SLk'U TI t-- - - $ ?: ' :v ; - ".' !- i : i Simmons Tracksters Prep Daily For Tough Schedule of Coming Cinder Season WiUGotoS.M.E Relays March 20 Prospects Good For Winner As Nucleus off Men Arc50nHand TheSlmmons track team. is-gradually roundirigrintoshapo undcr.tho dU rectlon of Coach Cranhllandfthe men should be in good condition for the S. M. XL relayson.' March-: 20. There are not many experienced men back this year but tho ones who are out should be able to shape into a good team. The' old- men who are back' are Bounds Fitzgerald Bra- shear J. Gregg Scott Joe Smith Al- ien C. Daniels'' L. YTeatherby Corder Bartiettiand McEachern. Fitzgerald is a vaultcr and he is the only one coming out at this" time Brashear is a dash man and Bennett a freshman from Slaton is showing up. well In practice. J. Gregg and Scott are both back forthe high Jump.but they -will have some competition tln AndrUs fresh- man from Abilene high and...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 9 March 1929

.? - &V. k." !& ' . JBroote IDrti (Soods (So I SIMMONS DKBATBR8 TAKE PRACTICE TOUR (Continued from Pago 1) Sweetwater by E. F. Nelnast princi- pal of the school. More than 800 students faculty members and visi- tors heard the debate. '. The debaters were guests Monday at noon of the Sweetwater Rotary club where seven-minute outlines of tho question were given by Solomon and Miras the fqrmor presenting tho affirmative argument. Going from Sweetwater to Itoby the debaters again presented their program before 160 students of the Itoby high school where decision by members of ihe senior class was 0 to 7 for the affirmative This was .the first victory for the affirmative side of the caso since' theextchson debates wero inaugurated. The visi- tors wcro' introduced by Superintend- ent Forrester. Following tho debate a conference was held with the Roby high school debating club. Professor Stephenson reports that these extension debates havo been highly successful. MISSOlRIANS DKFFKA...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 16 March 1929

ffijej&imroanaBrmid .I. I. i ... - ' ''!' '.t-" ' !' Volume xiii SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABtLENE. SATURDAY MARCn 16 19. No. 21. 4 Etf ( Fiia Exams For Winter Term Will Begin Monday; To Follow Class Schedules Registration Will Begin Thursday Three Hour Courses Make Exam Schedules Ir- regular Final examinations for the winter quarter will begin Monday morning at'8 o'clock and will follow the same order as the schedule for fall term examinations according to tho sched- ule given out hy Dean Olsen and Vice President Richardson. Tho general order of examinations will be tho. same as the dally class schedules but tho three hour courses make the schedule very Irregular. Two hours will be given for examina- tions in three Jioursubjccts and three hours for. examinations in five hour courses Thero will be three periods ior ex- aminations In" three hour courses "each day ps follows i. From 8 to 10 from 10:15 to 12;15 and from 2. to 4. Be- ginning Monday morning examina- tions will come in their...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 16 March 1929

;V- ' ) THJC SIMMONS BRAND r "t. "SA ' Ste hi Svv 't- "V.. ; -5 I- HA'. ifWSbmiiwtsDmnd we sidy MlUge Mwsppr published every Saturday during i yr y tin' buubobs ireea uiud ut too interest 01 me Bdy t mmmma University. m aed class mail natter June 22 1917. at the Post-office k AWjww Texas ander act of March 3 1879. JNheeriptka price per year $2.00 Mwaer ef the Texas Intercollegiate Press Association. ' """ Office: JKrst Floor Scionco Building. Dwa4wn Offices Abilene Printing & Stationery Co. EDITORIAL STAFF JsVlwtea . k . .v. ......... . vi . . Editor-intChief Geee''Qlatner. ; .. i ..... . .Sports Exchangoand Managing Editor Nell Sewell. . 4 ........... . ... ........ 4 Columnist BUSINESS STAFF Bemrd fettle ........ ......i....i...... Business Manager Byre Pollock. .:...; Ass't Business Manager Jim Barrett . k ................... . .Circulation Manager Resetters Margaret Thompson.- Clarence "Wood; Nina Landers lihertHall Lula Grace "Williams Wilfred Haggard Elizabeth Boren Iraest...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 16 March 1929

WftaSGnSSH TUB SIMMONS BRAND J9U m m- rj K. bV a. - i. kr t s v- isr- l TttornamentWiUBeHeld On Campus Next Week For Purpose Of Selecting SimmonsRacqueteers One Letter Man Will Enter Meet DeBcrry Singles Ace .And Others Promise Good Squad . Coach M. M Ballard of the tennis squad has announced that a local elimination tournament' will be held on tho campus next Friday and Sat- urday for the purpose of selecting the team to represent Simmons in Intercollegiate 'play this spring. Con- testants are asked to report at tho tennis courts Friday afternoon at thro o'clock to draw for places. Raymond iieBarry Texas Confer- ence singlea champion for the. past .two years) 'W the only lettcr'man who will- report to Coach 'Ballard next Friday. Corbin Wheeler and Moore are expected to. show exceptional form however tho coach states. Tho fact that only ono letter man will try for a placo on this year's team is explained by tho severe rul- . ing of- the. athletic council last year. Only 'finalists; ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 16 March 1929

M TH1 SIMMO UUMD mimm ' ' K ;. . V I X :.U km. iv -.- ' - ' I Brooks ID JUKI QoMsCb rrT- ihm'mwam . .1 SOPRANO IS HEARD ON ARTIST COURSE FRIDAY (Continued from Page ) ter .having? studied In Florence Italy she made her operatic debut in Franco attd was immediately signed for a contract -with the 6pora Comlquo of Paris. She has been with tho Met- ropolitan Opera company for six years. ' Tho Program The program sho gave last even- ing was as follows: I Aria Gloria a to (Diana) Puccini A Llttlo Blrtlla Puccini Aria and Rccltatlvo Sccho ccs Tristes Larmcs (do Topcra Sosarme) Handel fanciulla - f Durante Arlettc Dana; -danza . II Maria's JVelgenlied Max Regcr DiolFbrelle (ThcTTrout) -.Schubert Tre Princess-; : Grieg Vergebiiches Standchen (The Vain Suit) Brahms SENIOR DEDATERS DEFEAT JUNIOR LAST MONDAY Scronado III Itallcnno D'tine . Prison (Verlalno) Lo Cocur do ma mie (Bourget) Chausson Hahn Dalcroze Tho Old Lamplighter (Sketches of Paris) Planning Awake Beloved One Awake Edwards rv (C...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 30 March 1929

i - . wl ' ".. "' Che Stmmous Branfl . VOLUME XIU ..il. ! I t. III SIMMONS "UNIVERSriT AWLBNK. SATURDAY MARCH 30 1929. No. M. NG TERM ENROLLMENT APPROACHES 900 THURSDAY 'n v- ! Prexy Returns to Simmons After Attending Inauguration of Hoover And Spending Three Weeks In North Speaks In Chapel Saturday Morning Believes Society Encouraged By Elevation of New President After attending -the inauguration pf President Hoover and spending three weeks in New York Philadelp- hia' and Atlantic City President Sandofcr returned to Abilene in time for the opening of the spring term and spoke in chapel last Saturday morning. "My impressions are that all strata of society are greatly encouraged and inspired at the elevation of Her- bert to the presidency tho Simmons president said in chapel last Satur- day morning upon his return. President Sandofcr went to Wash- ington with the Texas Good Will party and the Cowboy Band. From the capitol he .went to Now York whore ho was the guest of his daugh- ter ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 30 March 1929

THE SIMMON! JMIANft Vs If t- L& t .' I ." !. ' f -f.' fefc: ' ' 1- ( .fl l 1 lf 5fomiwsBninu wttltlr mUmm MWHper published every Saturday deriac tto nAul y r toy the SiMuaons Prow Club in the internet! tke Bdy C Shmbom University. i M mobcI elaw aatimatter June '22 1917; "at theTbst-office : Texas HBder aet of March 3 1870 TriV pryer' $2.00 Hhfclfr Iatwowlleyiate frew Association. - v ffis PirstaIhM)mfieiencBJ Building? Elwul'iitifJfcietf AbBeae tErfatigg & Stationery iCoj EDITOTIAr STAFF Jee Burton . . . . . . . . ......... ..... .-.... Edltor-dncChiei Grg QUuncr. ....... ...Sports. Exchange and MnuaKino Editor si wi jpBWB n j .. Vb k ' OiNmniiiSL BUSINESS STAFFS BimwiTjBfiiiri.. ...... .. Business Manager Byrea Pollock .v;.. AaaJtBuakiesaJKaiiagcj; JtwBawrctt "... . . .. .....:.......... CirculntionrMfrnagcc Reporter Olarcnce Wood Nina Landers Mary Ruth Boles El-bBTtr.BwllrLulagracoiVyinJanigt- Wilfred Haggard- Margacot Thompr son' Ross. .RonthBcatri'cc. rllall John D. Coa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 30 March 1929

THE SIMMOttShMWHVSI' "Si- r. ty i-v UK Eight eftf Records FfokenvFourTicd' M A. C. C. TrackstersWin Over Simmonsi And McMurry Teams In Annual Meet regg Jumps High To Beat T.C. Mark Leap Betters Conference Record by JFivea Inches Eight city rscords were broken and' four others tlid ion iPltramoro FlIW Thursday of last week In the second annual triangular meet between Sim- mons Ai O. C. and McMurry navthe tracksters from tho second r named school chalked up a decisive victory. Tho final count was: A. C. C 80 T-30; Simmons GO 1-15; McMurry 17 1-10 . Only tho 1029 performances in tho l-mllet the javelin throw; and tho pole vault were not equalled or bet- tered In this year's meet which was run off In perfect weather conditions. Johnny Gregg of tho Cowboys won tho high jump with a leap of 0 feet 2 inches a jump which was soven inches 'better than tho city record and five inches better than tho Texas con- ference record. Other records broken were the 220 yard dash shot two-milcy broad jum...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 30 March 1929

j J i V i MtAKD c ffioodsro Hutto Will Offer Higher Courses In Journalism Work Enlargement of tho departmont of joaraallsa has been outlined in tho catalogue for next y6ar which will enable students to minor in Journal- ism it has been announced by Prof. .Nelson A. Hutto. Seven courses will be offered In all totalling 25 term hours. Short story writing which is taught by Prof. Hutto but- Included in the department of English can also be counted on the minor giving tho stu- dent s6mo cholco as to subjects. Tho two now coursoa will bo report log and Sunday supplement work. Tho former will givo tho student ro- ' porting assignments which must be handled Jn a professional manner bo- Ing alternated between campus and down-town assignments. It will be for students who have already had tho elementary course in reporting and will bo numbered Journalism 123. Tho second new course Sunday Supplement will bo given to students who have had foaturo writing and will offer tho student a chanco to s...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 6 April 1929

?'.-'1 5.TC .V i" i"V SENIOR. EDITION 5.'.. j r. & 'A j ? r jfc hK. Hmmf: vT- "" Ji--. -5 - ';t kW YOLUMK XIII k SIMMONS UNIVERSITY; ABILENE. SATURDAY APRIL 6 fl'tf. LJMWM ! t uC i c-'.s v ;j Tress Clubs Plan Program Features OfTIPAMeeting JRcportcr-Newa and Chamber Of Commerce Will Be Hosts at Banquet 17 Schools In Body - Delegates Will Be Guests On Three Abilene' Campuses Tho Abilene Reporter-News will be one of tho hosts for; the .banquet of tho T. I. P. A. delegates when tho As soclation meets in annual cbnvention hero tho last week1 of the month; ac cording .to 'a statement made this week by Max Bcntly managing edi tor for tho local papers. It is likely that tho Reporter-News will share tho honor of being host to tho dolegatcs with tho Chamber of Commerce Joo Burton; president of tho press organization 'who -also has chargo of the notertainment of the convention;' indicated Wednesday. Plans for the meeting" of tho. As- sociation which is -just three weeks off arc being' per...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 6 April 1929

- r S f - ' - ' 1 1 Ui T HMMOKS BRAKD y 'Ofcwfcfc. r.w "rjr'3Fni ' y " . . f i ii Wtt Vk 5NNtMiM Bntno Awnid)' ottee wnpipw Mblkfced every Saturday darlBg wa jw v mm wimmonn xrreas uihb oh me interest 01 tae Bojof University. i MtMd tlaM nail matter June 22. 1917. at the Fost-olfiee a jhttw i Tim rater aet of Marck 3 1879. prke per year M her ef the Texas Intercollegiate Presg Association. Office : First Floor Soionco Building. BNrwafcfWH Offieet Abilene Printing & Stationery Co. $2.00 w 99 JtSv Jvw EDJTORIAL STAFF . . . Editor-in-Chief Qeesge' Glazner. .. .Sports Exchange and Managing Editor MeU.Se well .'. Columnist BUSINESS STAFF BsraardBuie Business Manager Byroa Pelloek Asa'i Business Manager Jua. Barrett .... ...... Circulation Manager Reporters Clareneo "Wood Nina Landers Mary Ruth Boles El bert Hall Lula Qraco Williams "Wilfred Haggard Margaret Thomp sob Roes Itoutb Beatrice Hall John D. Coats Lena" Spencc Otho Polk" Howard Davison Lunelle Nix Aubrey Smith Jessie Lee Gol...

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