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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 6 April 1929

7HC SIMMON! BRAND COWBOY NETMEN WIN SECOND TOURNAMENT TUESDAY AFTERNOON .. DEFEATED A.C.C. 7 TO 4 POINTS; EAItN TITLE OP CITY CHAMPIONS Making an unhill fight in nearly every match the Simmons tennis squad fought through to their second straight victory in this season's In- tercdllcgiato tournaments when they defeated the A. C. C. neters 7 points to 4 Tuesday and earned tho title of city champions. For most of tho Cowboy rooters the only drawback that marred tho afternoon was the defeat of Shorty DcBcrry by Roy Moody frcshmna Hce of A C. C. Simmons won first second )md third doubles and third fourth and sixth singles and lost first second and fifth singles. 'Each first fatch counted two points and the rest one p6int each. DcdslveMatch Tho decisive match of tho day was tho first double in which My- ron Corbln and Itnymond DeBcrry of Simmons defeated Roy Moody and Hubert Derrick of A. C. C. This was a' most thrilling battle. After losing the first set 7-6 Corbln and Dcberry came back ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 6 April 1929

'-" 1 J ' I F " !C 't . t-l v.-jt rv Vtf - V '.;-' 1 'M t ? ff Ij. ods (Sol FACULTY SEE THEMSELVES AS STUDENTS IN THEME (Continued from Pao 1.) penter I. V. Norman; Miss Lacy Evelyn Jordon; Frank Bridges Byron Kidwell; Professor Burnam John Brewer; Professor Hutto 'and mother Mrs. Hutto Douglas Newman and .Ruby Noll Roberts; Dr. Ulster Claude Daniels; Professor Stephen- son Clint Lockctt; Professor Arnotto Jim Jennings; Miss Patterson Louiso Bolton; Mr. Allison Ewcll Bone; Miss McDonald Helen Smith; Miss Hunt Lilian Shick; Mr. Kuhn Otho Polk; Mrs. Hunter Mrs. Work and Miss Vineyard Jcncllo Jennings Elizabeth Board and Isla Norrid; Dr.'Fry Vin McMaster; 'Earl Ingorsonj Earl Fuson; Miss Granf Marian Mcltey- nolds; Miss Grcshara Sarah' Elkins; Miss Rhodes Vlolrt Bryson and Mr. Swanzy Charles Corley. Golf -Tournament Will Begin Next Monday at Crescent Golf Course " ' The Simmons golf club is spon- soring a golf tournament open to all Simmons students- to bo held next week. Qualifying ro...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 13 April 1929

JUNIOR EDITION 'Vj. tiU "l:-" r-.'r ''' V' ' ' 1 J :V LLOl - "i-'-i1; -...jjv4 J"7 'J'"' ' .JH 'i 5 . i ' (('.- ' i ' Volume xih SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE. SATURDAY APRIL 13 1029. tfo. 24. FACULTY TO PASS ON STUDENT NOMINEES AM I 1. 4. Ik A t- 444 - IIa1 1X - im I III I 111 . WTTB ! COMMITTEE M E. G. Ross Chosen v ToHeadB.S.U.At iChapel Wednesday Ex-Officio Members Will Be Selected Later By Clubs. 22 Are Elected f"7amrnrll. RnarH. Slaughter. r ' -"--o Are Vice Presidents Of Organization. E. G. Rosa of Goodlett Junior in the" university was elected president of Iho B S. U. council f6r next year at the chapel period Wednesday morning following' a report of the .nominating committee given by Brpoks Jenson. The nominating committee consists of Brooks Jenson chairman; Dean Wiggins" Dr. Richardson J. A. Lovell Elizabeth Porter Mary Mild- red Vineyard J. E. Johnson and Miss A. M. Carpenter. Earl CampboU .Elizabeth Board and Earl Slaughter were named the first second and third vice presi- ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 13 April 1929

VfcS 'iJ 97- V & mm v mlamd fc 1 . r-" it it h' t 1 - n cj . -" : if Mat ii Flv JHwWBH AMV tffefc bbWbbbI .; Bmfrtf mhliafced. every Saturday dmrUg tfct iutMH Freaa CIhb ia tie interest ef the University. Jbrtered a iMMd eksa aail matter Jane. 22 1917 at theTeavofifee at Abtieae Texas uader aet of March 3 1879. BhsripBW pries per year $2.00 ..tteaafcer f the Texas Intercollegiate Preas Association. Offiee: First Floor Seieaee-Baildiag. Downtown Qffiea; Abilene friatag & Stationery Co. EDITORIAL STAFF JeeBartea .-. .....t. ....... ..... Editor-ia-Chief George 'Qlazner. ...Sports Exchange and Managing Editor NollSewell Columnist BUSINESS STAFF Bernard Buio . ... ......... .business. Manager Byron. Pollock . . . Ass't. Business Manager Jim Barrett .. ......i.... ........ Circulation -Manager Ecportora Clarenco Wood. Nina Landers Mary Ruth Boles El' hart Hall Lula Graco Williams Wilfred Haggard -Margaret Thomp- son Boss. Routh Bcatrico Hall John D. Coats Lena Spenco Otho Polk Ho...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 13 April 1929

fjfm&nm fr-' ' 5-y V TIM ftMKOffl BBAHD rA. p. ' II V ' w : . ' towb oys Win Third Net Tournament; Beat McMurry Six Matches To Three Take All Doubles And 3 Of 65iirgles To Defeat Indians Dcbcrry Corbin Ramsey Beaten in Singles By Methodists. Play Howard Payne Three More Meets Mapped For Ranchers; Have Won Three. MBERRY IS CHAMP COWBOY NETTER FOR THIRD TIME IN ROW ' Winning -all doubled matches and threo of the six singles matches the Simmons racquetecrs won their -third intercollegiate tournament Thursday afternoon by defeating: McMurry. six to three. "Shorts" Deberry Sim- mons aco was beaten however as was Corbin second ranking Cowboy netlor. Deberry lost his second ' straight tournament match and his second city loss in three ycars when Taylor of McMurry came from behind to beat' him 4-0 0-3 6-4. Traweek also rallied to beat Crobin 8-10 6-0 7-5 in the second singles match. Stoakley Moore and 'Wheeler won their matches. Ramsey Tyas defeat- ed by Pcarce. Tho three doubles matche...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 13 April 1929

v -'.r i 'IV . t r ' i h ' i JBroohs JDci (Boods toT i I I " IIIB m-am-mmm.mmmmmm RESOLUTIONS 'INASMUCH as our Heavenly 'Father has called from her loved ones and . friends Mrs. Reglna Olsen mother of our own Dean Julius Ola en and WHEREAS she blessed the world with a long and useful life and her beauty and strength of character livo on In her son and grandchildren; BE IT RESOLVED (first) That we the .faculty and students of Simmons University express our gratitude to God for her contribution to Christian living and (Second) That each of us having felt the power of a mother's lovo do share tho sorrow of those bereaved and. take this method of assuring Doan Olsen and family and tho other relatives that our hearts arein tune with theirs. Eespcctfully '".'' J. E. JOHNSON fV w.t: WALTON W. P. FRY . Committee. 3 Former Students Represent Simmons At Baptist Seminary Simmons University is represented this session in tho world's largest student body of preachers at the Southern Baptist Theo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 20 April 1929

' . - . V. -M" "' ;. ' -i - - SOPHOMORE EDITION J... ' -U '. - '.;-. .' .-sfV;.'-' ' !' . - ' 'i-s .'' "A' w't' ?' i ''' " :-. r J . ' "-i- Volume xiii 8IMMON8 UNIVERSITY ABILENE. SATURDAY APRIL 20" 1929. .. 1 r- W W '. .."- 4.L ! l (fcfc -4'' 4 4 w"4r l '.:4. 4t..44" WWV pUUmU115 Kit ltP5 w N Simmons h Host To High School Band Contestants Cowboy Band Gives Loving Cup to Winner of class a Meet- Belgians Judge J II 1 Contest ' I s Great SUccess; 4 Thirty Bands May Be . Here Next Year. jTho first annual West Texas high school band contest was held under tho auspices of tho Cowboy Band in the Simmons Unlvorsity auditorium Wednesday April 17 with Cisco and Bellinger carrying off highest honors in classes A and B respective- ly. Cisco's thirty piece band direct- ed by C. yf. Collum recolycd tho $120 loving cup offered' by tho. Cow- b6y Band to tho winner (in Class A not to be kept permanently until tho Band has w.oh three of tho annual contests. Bollinger under the dli cction of II. II. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 20 April 1929

T ' i TMtWWMr1 MtAMP y& a o - ' 7 fr - '" - r . . r .. l(MMH IMTMWtr. IMmMLm bU teattw I Afeaai. two wrier Mt ef Marsh 3 1879. yrfee per year f the Texas Intercollegiate Press Association. Office : First Floor DHTiowH Offiee: Abilene Printing; & Stationery Co. "" EDITORIAL STAFF Jee Bwrtoa Editor-in-Chief Overt Gleaner .Sports .Exchange and Managing Editor IfolLSeweU ..-. Columnist BUSINESS STAFF Beraard'Btrie Business Managor Bjrrea Pelleek Ass't. Business Manager Jiaa Barrett ... . . . Circulation Manager r Rpertera Clarence "Wood Nina Landers Mary Ruth Boles El- hert'Hall'Iiula Grace "Williams Wilfred Haggard Margaret -Tho'mpj BOBJtass Routb Beatrice Hall JohnD. Coats;-Lena Sponcc Otho PolkTaeward Davison Lainello Nix Aubrey Smith Jcssiolieo Golden i It. P. Walter and students in Journalism 113. SOPHOMORE NollSewell. X. P. Walter . "AND A YOUNG .MAN'S THOUGHTS LIGHTLY TURN TO LOVE"' ''Anda young man's thoughts lightly turn to love." That is what usually happens in the' sp...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 20 April 1929

-f'fjsH THE SIMMON! MUND i Tr ! Cowboy Tmnis MerrSummp Jacket Neiter? In-Meet; DeBerry Defeats Canady Arnspigcr Beats Corbin for Only Howard Payne Victory Sweeping six matches out of s6ven tho Simmons tennis team defeated Howard Payrio last Friday afternoon to' keep a perfect record for tho four tournaments tho Cowboys havo play- ed thus .far. Myron Corbln second singles player lost tho only-match of th afternoon for tho locals to Arnspigcr In two hard fought sets. Simmons has now defeated Trinity A. C C McMurry and Howard Paynefi in dual meets on tho local courts.- Dcberry camo back after dropping tho first four games of. tho first set to Canady to lob and place his way to a 017 set then' took tho second decisively by 0-1.. All doubles woro won by tho locals. None of tho doubles teams has lost a match in intorcollcgiato play this season. ' Summary of tho meet: First doublcs-Deborry and cor- bln Simmons defeated Canady and Arnspigcr Howard Payno 0-2 0-4. Second doubles Steakley and ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 20 April 1929

jyHBfl?" rm& . '? v " 'i I A -C i&M M. ' t - :r 'H . . I JBrooto IDch Coeds gfcv I Newspaper Reporter Suffers k' $ft!- Jargon Used im Office Until Term Ate Explained t-C A few days ago when the editor of Uhs Bread wasted to Bet up a hew llt 6f reporters he told the typeeetter to. kill lhat Old bunch of reporters. In so; doing he was not encouraging manslaughter at all ho was simply Being a term which In newspaper English means to discard an old list 'orjpiory. Su'eh terms are tumorous in news paperjarjren. The new reporter often finds himself in a piedicanient due to his inability to understand this Jar- gon. For instance he must not take offense when he is called a ''cub' for that is the comman name applied to t the beginner' in newspaper work When asked if he has a "nose for news" ho may wonder if his olfactory nerves are up to standard until he learns that a "noso for hews" is simp- ly the ability to recognize good news. He will wonder what he is supopsed to do when ho is...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 27 April 1929

ftjt w i ft ' FRESHMAN EDITION - - -1. tMi ' VOLUME XIII SIMMON8 UNIVERSITY! ABILENE. SATURDAY APRIL 27 1929. No. 26. DELEGATES FROM 17 COLLEGES ATTEND T. I. P. A. MEET if. frh?$ &- - Interest Mounts High Among Students CANDIDATES TO MAKE i PUBLIC APPEARANCE No Mud Slinging in Meeting Johanson States. CANDIDATS REPRESENTATIVES WILL SPEAK BEFORE STUDENTS MONDAY Nominations for student offices last Saturday and tho annual elec- tion willlSo held next Wednesday morning at tho chapel period. Pre- ceding thd election by two days a meeting of students will bo held Monday morning at ten o'clock for the purpose 6f introducing candi- dates. Tho Monday morning meeting which will bo held at ten o'clock is tho first ot its kind to be held here. Accoridng' to J. E. Johnson presi- dent of tho students assembly the sole purpose of the meeting will be to acquaint students with tho qualifi- cations of candidates. "Any reflection directly or indi- rectly on another candidate will be disallowed" J...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 27 April 1929

THS SIMMONS BRAND .:s .i$ w J-L' ;? eBSSBflaa HbaaBeaaBaeaaaVBa' asB fca J Vlr JPhMMMS DrnnU p A traakly Wmepfspw iraaUeked every Saturday daring till Mfaool jrttr by ttw SteMH Frees Club Sh the interest of the Bo4y f SbUMHW UalYemty. i . . .. .i....;..... i...... ...... . ..-.-t... elate MaU Matter Jose 22 1917. at the Post-office a AWteaw Ttwea uader sat of Hareh 3 1879. tub riptioa yrtee per year $2.00 of Um Teacae IatereoUegiate Press Association. Office : First Floor Scienee Building. Ptimtewa Qfflee; Abilene Printing & Stationery Co. t( Campus Comics' By Fred Brown SllME SE2 EDITORIAL STAFF tTeBwtaei.w Editor-in-Chief ChMttt dtasner..... ..Sports Exchange and Managihg Editor Noll Sewell ; Columnist BUSINESS STAFF D swift Baie Business Manager Byron Pellosk Ass't. Business Manager Jhai Barrett '. . . . i ... Circulation Manager Reporters Clarence 'Wood Nina Landers Mary Ruth Boles El- i-'' beet Bail; Luis. Grace Williams. Wilfred Hanreard. Marcaret Thomp son. Bom Houth Beat...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 27 April 1929

;.. r Simmons Breaks Three Conference Records In Meet With Tech r THE SltfMONS BRAND t fa" f. it'' F w COWBOYS DEFEATED BY CLOSE MARGIN 'AT TECH Simmons Tennis Team Defeats School of Mines Smith Gregg High Pointers for Simmons; Tadlock High for Tech Texas Tech defeated Sinimons University In track by ft very narrow marpln at Lubbock last Monday evening. Tho final event was neces- sary for the Matadors to bIiow their suppremacy ty tho score-of 01 1-2 points to 65 1-2 points. The Cowboys did better In this moot than they havo In any meet this year as shown by the fact that they broko three Texas Conference ro- cords. Johnny Grcgfr's high jump ' of. G feet 4. Inches; Bounds' time of 2(5.1 seconds on tho low hurdles; and Bill Bartlctt's toss of 177 tint and 10 Inches are nil hotter than tho Con- ference records. "Uncle Joe" Smith nnd Johnny Gregg did' most of tho scoring for Simmons. Gregg was high point rtan ol tho meet with 14 points while Smith nccountcd for 13. Tad: lock Was high po...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 27 April 1929

rmmrr '"''Ml' ? ' "f Hm4 mmm TXB IMMOKi MAHD I fflroohs IDcm (Boods Co H ITIMll I WW taWIMIllllWIUHIM fl.lnMuilim SPECIAL WORKERS HOLD t PICNIC IN MOUNTAINS Last Monday afternoon member? ot the Special Workers Grqup and their frlendsi enjoyed a delightful outing' and picnic In. the mountains south of Abilene. A pleasant afternoon was spqnt In mountain climbing kodaking and goo'd fellowship climaxed by' a boun- teous spread of sandwiches olives pickles cakes bananas marshmaW lows and Eskimo plbs. Members of tho group Wero Dor- rfs Turner Frances Sears Clara Bcllo Goodwin Graco Orsborn Lun- elle Nix Catherine Bolton Loul'so Bolton) Lorctta Smith Dorothy Cooksoh Adelia Martin Ewell Bone T. A Welch Prod Swajik and Isaac Stanford. The giicSts 'werC: Ituth Wilson Ruth Jones Wllber McDaniel J Ralph Grant Leo Hemphill John D. Coats' J. A. Lovell and Miss A. M. Carpenter -o Tho Slmmo'lis tednl will go to r Brownwood to enter tho Teocas Con- ference tournament . the fourth nnd fifth of May. f...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 3 May 1929

:-. "It- t fv y." - . r ! ' V ' " I- ' " K . f Vl 'T- 1 V-- r. " .. TOLUMK XIII ' fc tOUIONI UXrTWWrrT AWLKNB.iATUKDAY MAT J lm. lfsVJ7' GOES W TEACHERS COLLEGE AT HUNTSVILLE NEXT YEAR fflwafiJ flit? immopst BrSjia ' . . w ' - . ft .. - r v -i . ELEVEN STUDENT Of FICES FILLED BY ELECTION WEDN ESDAY -' a a' a a' a ' a la ' !' a ' ' a ' a - a ' a " a a a a a a a' ' a a ' a a' a a a a a a a1 ' a a a a a'aaaaaaa a' CONVENTION it. fc M' "S" Ui x i- Endowment Plan Is Topic of Meet Here on Thursday Program to Raise A'5.0Q000 Stressed by Pastors And Laymen Broughton Speaks Resolutions To Support Pro- gram Are Adopted In Afternonn irM TkA -... a Qtmvrinna TTnltfopdtt.v Kfcr was the tonic of discussion at a mcot- jing of more than 100 pastors and laymen hero last .Thursday when l President Sandefcr; asked the denoml- t nation 10 conwriouie 10 wie iouuuuu campaign for endowment and build- .ing fund." The conference -was a ro- suit 'of' the call issued by DrV Sando- - fer- some time ago to all ...

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

'tWW .. . 7xj'. '' . r Bv j-X ' .. -. '''muMJ. f vwkfr ilkim MMMMiMir waMtted erer Strdw dria IteMfeMljrMr totfccSfettMM rreea Ctsh la the ktereat ef the MAUhM kee U Meter Jam 22 1917. at the Post-offiee TtMaitdrMt oflUrtk 8 1879. ;"? SCr prkt per ywr $2.00 f the Tkm IatereoUegiaie Preee Aaeeeiation. ' Offiee: First Fleer Siec Bnilding. ;0fflee -Abileae Printing & Stationery Co. EDITORIAL STAFF ...i.. Editor-in-Chief ... Sports -Exchango and Managing Editor i t . i i Columnist BUSINESS STAFF Bsie . .... ................ i Business Manager L.1. Waher - a . Assistant Business Manager Jim Barrett . Circulation Man'agor V Reporters Clarenee 'Wood Nina Landers Mary Ruth Boles El- Wt Ball Lula Grace Williams Wilfred Haggard Margaret Thomp-. "ijeaLBees Roath Beatrice Hall John D. Coats LcnaSpcnce Otho Pr'Meward Davison Lunelle Nix Auhroy Smith Jessie Leo Golden L. P.-"Walter and students in Journalism 113. r "' WHY SMILE? . ' t you smile vour mind is filled with pleasant thoughts hope ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 3 May 1929

TXX HMMOtffl MMffV' rr r !.' f IV f t- ir j. TradkTeam Will Leave Wednesday To Enter Fourth Annual Conference Meet At Southwestern University Locals' Strength in Field Events and Middle Distances. Tho Simmons Untvorsity track team will leavo for Georgetown Wed- nesday morning where they wilt com- pete in tho fourth annual Texas Con- ference track and field meet whloh will bo. held thoro Thursday and Fri- day May 0 and 10. Tho Simmons team will take tho outside track against the favored Jackets from Howard Payno but they will have a good.chanco at tho titlo provided St. Edwards or somo of tho other members can. split points with iho Jackots in tho sprints. The strength of tho Simmons team is in tho field ovents and .the middle dis- tance races If Captain "Shino" Bounds Joe Smith Johnny Gregg; Billy Cooper Lester Wcatherby Bill Bartlett and TJayno Fitstgorald are running true to form Coach Leslie Cranflll bo- lieves thaflho Cowboys 'will win many points. Little is known of the other m...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 3 May 1929

. 'yffr . . .' '( ' ; S&i fiOl fDOMMI MAM) " V "f -. 4 4 .V I JBioolis ry (Boods son EMSO rascal Jft CmmC Htf . CMKMM KTAMPM i T.C.U.Oratoi; Wilis- Content Held Here On Last Saturday Stuart Hollraan of Texas Christian University Fort Worth "won first place in Btate division of the Nation- al Oratorical contest oh the consti- tution held Saturday night in tho Simmons University. Auditorium with Harold Knop of Baylor Univer- sity Waco taking second place. Other contestants Vrere Zollle Steaklcy of Simmons and. Miss Caro- line .Couch of McMurry College. Decisions were made by majority vote of f ivo judges who were Walter Adams I. D. Robertson E. Brown and Mr. and Mrs G. Flsk all of Abi- lene . ' Bernard Bulo president of tho Simmons oratorical and. debating council presided at the contest and also at a dinner given for speakers in the Red Room of the Hilton Hotel following the meeting at Simmons.' Covers were laid for 15 guests. Simmons Scholarship. Students Visit A. C. G. Chapel O...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 11 May 1929

. f V .' - . '! -' . vV.?. ' U .V l ;-T. i.. "v . '' S ';" V U- VOLUME XIII SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE SATURDAY MAY 11 1929 No. 28 . Kiryzfr' e 1 ; - i Simmons Contestants Win All Honors InFirst Collegiate Piano Tournament Conducted By Prof. Allison Last Week Five Students Win Prizes In Contests Editor Says Bronco Will Be Ready for Distribution Soon Book Will Differ From Those Previous Years; More Features ORATORICAL CONTEST HED HERE WSt WEEK Miss Couch Of McMurry Wins First Place Tho 1929 Bronco with several new features will bo ready for distribution In about two weeks according to Ray- mond .DeBerry editor. All of tho ma- terial is how in the hands of the printer. Th book will differ from those of previous years in several ways ac- cording to DeBerry. Thero will be more color work especially in .tho page borders. Tho class pictures will bo arranged in. vertical panels rather than in hori- zontal panels as they were last year. The athletic section will bo changed and tho featuro s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 11 May 1929

V ?fF-jny'TWWPip'T'r -r'f r i r -' 'i " & 7 l ft- '?- X-" U t V"' L!-- n . ti. -tti .w i'l fr f&X -5. ' t- M 3 fc-r . . xL' V. J ' ft " r-h .5 AvMktr .."-. 7mm Ch k the fetor"! the TJfrttewKy. okw xmU mMw Jue M. 1817. at tie r&t-ettiee at tWpii Tw gad t rf Mar 8 1878. yri pet ytr 2.00 $ Yictrola Efeoorcte Giveri Department Theory of Music Classes Will Use Records This Summer t tfcs Ttui IatoreeUegiatft Frew AsaeeUtieB. -' fc Offices' First Floor Seienee Building. Pywnwi OffieeY Abikao PriatiBg & Stationery Co. . ' t " editorial staff JMlortea Editor-in-Chief QMrff Glasier .Sports Exohango and Managing Editor HegwU Colomnkt BUSINESS STAFF InranTiiTTnio Businesa Managor L. P. Walter t ... Assistant Business Manager Jim Barrett - Circulation Manager vBeoorters Clarence Wood. 'Nina Landera. Mary Buth Boles El hart Hall Lula Grace "Williams Wilfred Haggard Margaret Thomp- son Bobs Koath Bcatrico Hall John D. Coats Lena Spencc Otho Pelt Howard Davison Lunello Nix Auhrey Sm...

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