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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 22 June 1929

?? r--!r' THE SIMM6N5 BRAND 1 u . : i i ' Jmw ty& A. . ' 4 - . .. JC ? ' ' ' -K 3F7! ' '& " ' - $ . $" V. '..' ; SSSHVSa fridges-Walter will Close School Today TRACK MEET WILL FEATURE! END OF TWO WEEKS v RECREATION .' Today has been designated as Visitors Dny "at tho Bridges-Wflltcr coaching school for boys vhlch' Is .'being' conducted in Marstbn gymnas ium and on Parramore field Accord- ing to Mr. Walter the parenis of all 1 the boys have been invited to attend the track meet yhlch will end to ' weeks of real pleasure for' the boys At tho beginning .of tho school there were about four boys who could not .swim but Walter says that all of them are good simmers now There will also be competition in this sport to- "day. During the two weeks Bridges has had charge of gym work while Walter has' conducted swimming' and other sports. The proceeding school con- ducted by the same instructors ended with a .track meet and the following ;recb'rds were made which will try to i be broken...

Publication Title: Simmons Brand, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 22 June 1929

l tgi TOE'SIMMONJ BRWD V I ft. t &':- . the Sound Up By Jee'Mtaw By Joe Mima COUNT TotgTOY GIVHB MORNING EVBNING LECTURE A day or so Ago a Woman died in Kentucky at the age ot 101. She got in bed to smoke a qlgar and within five minutes "was' dead. Prexy Is right; smoking is bad for om health. 4 Charles Locb of Chicago wanted to break into the movies so bad that ho literally expressed himself to a studio in California by encasing himself fri a box labelled "statuary." We are like Charles to the extent that label ourselves something that wo aro not in order to reach prominence wo would not otherwise gain. Dorthy Dlx aays that very homely men are tremendously magnetic' and that ono of the greatest heart smash- ers that ever lived was noted -for his ugliness. Ye.t bo boasted that if gilveivfive minutes start ho could win any woman against the handsomest man in the world. Now .we under- stand .the secret of Ewell Bones' suc- cess. ' At Galveston a few days ago in "a bathing -review ...

Publication Title: Simmons Brand, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 6 July 1929

8ETHHODE5 - 4 A s FKf &t tii . III - A ' Jk .&& VOLUME XIV. ABILENE. TEXAS SATURDAY JULY 6 1929. No. 4. VJ'.llC. C 1 UI lJWlil.Jl KJl iJ ILL II ' ' -g-WMiMB1! All. i i l 1 - ' rV ! v One Driver Injured In Crash at Races Here Thursday; 4 Fronty Fords Match Speed In First And Last Races Cunningham Wins Hovcdon Porced From Sec- ond IVioney By Flat Tire In 20th Lap His yellow "Fronty" Ford yester- day carried Pat Cunningham St Jo Missouri to tho richest portion of the purse offered winning drivers in the annual Independence Day automobile races here sponsored by tho West Texas Fair Association. An exciting duel with Eari Hovon- don of Duncan Oklahoma steering another Ford in the final and main event went to Cunningham after a flat tiro detained Hovendon on his twentloth lap. First place in tho richest of tho preliminary events also was won by Cunningham and his mark of C7.4 seconds for a doublo trip around the fivo-eights mile oval waa tho best of the qualifying time trials....

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

IslL THE SIMMONS-BRAND jfc t ft If STIjeSimmousBranfl i A weekly newspaper published every Saturday during the school year by the Simmons Press Club in the interest of Simmons University. Subscription per year ... ...................................... .......... . $2.00 Subscription per term .................-..-...........-....-.......................... .75 Member of Texas Intercollegiate Press Association Of fice Room 108 Science Building Downtown Office Abilene Printing Company EDITORIAL STAFF Jack Scott .. .j ....... . Editor-in-Chief Edcar S. Keefe .... Managing and Exchange Editor John D. Harvey ....: Sports Editor Daist Caldwell ....... ... Society Editor Joe Mims . Columnist BUSINESS STAFF L. P. Walter Business Manager Harold Owen Assistant Business Manager ARTHUR Duff Circulation Manager Faye Thomas Auditor Lewis Jode ... Advertising Manager Reba Crowley . Bookkeeper Howard Davidson Collection Manager " "'y MM I- LI r-MWMMIi.Ml-lHlJMlI.M Reporters Nina Landers Mintcr Uzel...

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

pwjp 'WSPWV THE SIMMONS BRAND Ff8 rvi i .. . Simmons Cowboys Have Tough Grid : Schedule In Fall TEXAS UNIVEItSITY IS FIRST ' r FOE; TRAINING 8TARTS SEPTEMBER 10 ' Tho Simmons University Cowboys fnco one of tho toughest grid sched- ules in their history for tho coming 'season according to word received from G. B. Sahdofor manager of Athletics. Heading tho list comes the power- ful machlno from tho University of T'cxns which last season swept all opposition nstdo to march to a con- ference championship. This game will como during tho West Tcaas Fair and as it is tho first meeting of tho Longhorns and Cowboys In several years promises to bo ono of the gridiron classics of West Texas for tho ensuing season. With only eighteen days to bo spent in training camp before meeting the Longhorns tho Cowboys will have to work doubly hard and according to Coach Frank .Bridges his men will bo put through two workouts dally in an attempt to condition them for the Texas tilt. The camp will start Sep...

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

mMiWM$ mmmmmmw) ftj ' mzmwmmw w mm mm s 5S24 THE SIMMONS BRAND Kv If 1 ' IB1. 1 ir i; IP- 77z Round Up By Joe Mima What a queor world this is. Jack Dalton who thirty-throo years ago was a despcrato outlaw in Oklahoma married the other day. In an airplane his boyhood sweetheart. In thirty- threo years what will Fred McPhear- son and his girl bo doing? Well tho tennis tournamont has begun tho entrance fco being fifty cents there's one born overy minute. Tho seniors are said to havo partici- pated in a lot of fako kissing at their party. That might bo all right for freshmen but wo think tho seniors should bo reprimanded for it. . Swell Bono is sporting a Bulck coupa Ho also has now interests in Trent a girl maybe. Johnnlo Lovell writes from tho Bluo Ridge. Mountains of Kentucky that ho is teaching tho old "Sim fito" to tho natives thore. Less than fifty days will bo out. and school Ramon our dashing Spanish friend is very clover. When someono sug- gested to him that Mexico has revo- lu...

Publication Title: Simmons Brand, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 20 July 1929

vyar v- ere n'f TO" RHODES v i v v VOLUME XIV. ABILENE TEXXS SATURDAY JULY" 20 1929. No. 6. BAPTISTS OBSERVE SIMMONS Stye Simmons Bran! DAY AT LUEDERS t Iwa Locketts Return . From Missionary Work In Africa WILL BE ON PROGRAM AT THE LUEDERS' BAPTIST ENCAMPMENT Having completed their second thrco year term as missionaries to Africa Dr. and Mrs. B. L. Lockett of Abilene returned to this city Sunday to spend a year leave from their for- eign post. For the last thrco ' years Dr. Lockett has maintained a hospital at Ogbomoso in Liberia Africa and al- though ho' has practically no assistant his record includes 1000 operations In addition to other medical treat- ments. Tho Locketts aro sent to Africa by ihe foreign missionary board of tho Southern Baptist churches but are maintained by tho First Baptist church of this city. Dr. and Mrs. Lockett arrived In Now York" before Juno IB but due to the illness of Mrs. Lockett who underwent and 6peratlon in tho John Hopkins hospital there they have ...

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

i? X.: THE SIMMQNt BRAND as r ' ' ;V" (HIlP Simmons DmnO A weekly newspaper published every Saturday during tlio school year by the Simmons Presa Club in the interest of Simmons University 3 Subscription per year ..... Subscription per term ..... $2.00 ;75 Member of Texas Intercollegiate Press Association. Office Room 108 Science Building Downtown Office Abilene Printing.Company Jack Scott ... Edcar S. Kkefe . John D. Haiivey -. Daisy Caldwell .. Joe Mims w LP. Walter J -. ' Harold Owen .... Arthur. Duff v. Faye Thohas LEWIS J OBE 'f .. M. Rera Crowley" Howard Davidson EDITORIAL STAFF Editor-in-Chief. Marianne and Exchange Editor M ....r-........... Sports Editor ......................;............... Society Editor .w. ............-...'... .... Columnist BUSINESS STAFF .L.... . ..:.......M Business Manager .............. ......... AssistaM Business Manager ... ... M..M.....u Circulation Manager .... ... . ........ Advertising Manager Collection manager L. P. Walter Editor of This I...

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

6 a p THE SIMMONS BRAND Page 6 - i ' 1 !.' GrkfillWfflBring 3 New Athletes to - Simmons Gridiron FATS SAYS SIMMONS IS VERY LliCKY IN GETTING THESE MEN ); : ' n' sU - ' f t In a letter to Gib Snndofcr this week Leslie "Fats" Cranflll who Is spending: Ms Vacation in Trinidad Colorado told the manager that he Was sending threo good 'athletes to Simmons from that city. Of the three ono man is a llnomah weighing two Hundred forty-five pounds and the other two are backs whV are fast and shifty. The men woro' highly recommended to Mr. Cranflll and ho says that ho "was lucky tn getting them for. the local school. Ono of tho men is also a good basketball player. "Fats" says that ho Is catching the fish that ho is allowed to and is getting a good rest. He states that tho weather Is so cold that ho has to sleep under blankets. Cranflll will ' not bo with the Cowboys next fall but will bo head coach at tho W. K. Strip- ling high school in Fort Worth. 0 ' TWENTY-THREE COUNTRIES FILL IMMIGRATION ...

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

r: THE SIMMONS BRAND t r it te- F' ft i n $ R Encampment Teachers DR. B. L. LOCKETT Abilene Texas MRS. C. T. WIIALEY Sweetwater Texas . The Round Up By Joe Miras Twenty-fivo years ago our ladies fair Wore long dresses and big plumy )ats. What a consirally time and woman have wrought in the fashions. The little lady now goes hatless and wears short snappy dresses. In the past few weeks she has quit wear- ing hose. What do people call the substitute ? Isn't its name "anklets ? " Some of our girls (of course not in Simmons) have become qulto non- chalant with a cigarette. Witness the cars on any main thoroughfare at night. Many high school girls are included. Man might as well wake up to tho fact that woman will not always wink at his double standard. She is in many respects following his conduct. Doesn't she have a right to do sot Neither however are justified when all the cards are laid down and chaos overshadows a continual pursuit of some of the dangerous tendencies of today. Spina...

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

' fyy RHODES .' . 4 - VOLUME XIV. ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY JULY 27 1928. No. 7. New Buildings to Be Added to The "Simmons Corner" Torres Speaks to Ministers Friday Eve. FERGUSON HAS NEW HOST AND' HOSTESS Morris Principal Speaker at Lueders Encampment On Simmons University Day MR. AND MRS. LANDERS TAKE PLACE OF DEAN AND MRS. WIGGINS All Buildings Remodeled r r U University Tailors Will Move Plant Owner of. Building States Corner Will Have New Fronts A' new building is being construct- ed on "Simmons Corner" The build- in? covers thor space between the University and Modern Cleaning plants which has heretfore been vacant- It will have a forty foot front opening1 on Ambler Avenue. The University Tailor Shop will move their plant into the new build- ing about September 1. ' ' Besides the construction of tho'new building. Other improvements are' be- ing made on the. business houses at "Simmons CornerJ" The PIggly-Wiggly is extending their store about twenty feet further to the rear and add...

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

v.: ?hh. v-t: . hrw ... wX .. TfflC MWHOWS BRAND K 14 $ 5 ! f r 15. !?; F fe It X ) ' c W- - ". '1 f ritnmansBntnd vr r by tk weekly newspaper published everyfpatkrday1 during Ujo school yeaf Skaaons Press. Club in the interest of Simmons University.. Swisoripti&n per year ... attfeseriBtien per term 32.00 .75 Member pr.Tcxaa. Intercollegiate Press Association Office Room 108 Science Building DqwntQwn'Qf ficcAbilcBo' Printing1 Company frAfcKT'ScOTT Edcar S. Kekfe .. 1 JOHN D.tHARVEY Joe Mims .. L EDITORIAL STAFF ! v. . fJ'ilL rii.t .. :... cauonin-iuer Managing and Exchange Editor sports Ldiipr lS. Society Editor ......- Lotumnfst FROM OTHER CAMMBB X-H- BUSINESS-STAFF L. P. Walter . Arthur Duff. Fatk Thomas .. Lewis Jobe . Reba Crowley . Howard Davidson . Business Manager Circulation Manager . Auditor - Advertising Manager . Bookkeeper Collection Manager Reporters Nina Landers; Minter Uzcll Viola Bryson G. C. Scwell Ella Wilson Howard Davidson Elizabeth Rilcy James Musick. Vella...

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

THE SIMMON MAWD PmM f Uc C T' TBI-!! ' 'PS? 1 3 .' St' iS'c 6 tt - Hutchison j Winners In Siinmoiis KTeniiis Tournament JIIBBLE AND WILLIAMS PROVE STRONG COMPETITION FOR' WINNING. PAIR "? V H 3k "t r IAit-i'; CITYTENNIS TOURKAMENT STARTED HERE MONDAY 22 Brady) Scott Taylor And Funkhouser Win In First Round ' . F Edwards to Be Made TWO WEEKS OF TOURNAMENT PLAY IS ENDED WITH BRILLIANT MATCH Playing a steady brand of tennis throughout thd entire meet W. C. iScott and John Hutchinson won tho tSnen's d6ublcs crown on Saturday of 'last week In tho school tournament sponsored by tho Brand. They do- 1 featod Loran Itlbble and Thurston Williams 04 1-0 7-6f C-3 In copping first place. t Scott-Hutchinson started tho - tourney by defeating J. Scott and -Harvey 0-1 7-5 while Rlbblo and U ; Williams won over Walter-Tldwell i-L" iM . . ' . 7? .. In tho semi-finals Scott-Hutchinson tSf-ijfc "won ovor Wnyno Matthews andNel- &Z. ?"' son Hutto by -a count of 0-1 10-12 C-4.rjThis was one of the bes...

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

Ixi T2CWWHMAMP1 5 50 r ( fi i C - . HUb 7& oun tfp By Jee MIbm An editorial in the Liberty for this week states that you're not married until you're married. This is good logic to say the least In fact It is the experience of very many single people. The article takes the position that woman has the advantage in the bat- tle of the sexes becauso or the nature of the breach of promiso proceedings in America. Lovo letters made public is a vjsry common recourse. The moral is "say it with flowers." Byron Pollock is very much wor ricd as to whether impulses arise to bo gratified 6r restrained. Another problem is the difference between an impulse and a longing. Distance be- tween the principals is the big dif ference. Modern youth buying a new car: "Do you furnish skates with M" The shortest distance between two hearts is not always the straightcst "line." Marvin Thomas the Lueders lifo guard has an ingenious plan for pro moting -safety during the swimming N hours. By staying away fro...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 10 August 1929

m" RHODES fhe SimmonsBrnoi FAREWELL EDITION .? vr' VOLUME XIV. ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY AUGUST 10 1929. ' No. 9. FAREWELL EDfflQN M-. Simmons Day to Draw Crowds to Christoval Today Orchestra Will Play and Simmons Speeches Scheduled Morris Will Speak Kuhn Leads Activities. Stunt Day Friday On Today' has been designated as Sim- nons Day at tho Christoval Encamp- ment with the day full of speeches and features of the unlevrsity. Rev. Sam Morris field secretary for Sim- mons and president of the alumni association will be the principal Speaker of the day. Many Simmons students and exes from all over the state will be there for tho Simmons program The Sim- mons orchestra left yesterday for Christoval. and they will represent the university with several musical programs during tho day. Yesterday was what is known as '!stunt day" at tho encampment. Various stunts including stunt div- ing and swimming were carried out . throughout tho day. These stunts and tho whole Friday's program was under...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 10 August 1929

Wl-isl raiWSPPPBPP1''; -Jf . jr Cfc v 4 6 li i I' t V I IK h K r fc ft t f -j WIjfJfimraonaBnuu) ... . . THE DUIPNS MtAND A weekly newspaper published every Saturday during thcschool year by tfee Siaamonfl Press Club in the. interest of Simmons University. Subscription per year . Subscription per term . - $2.00 .75 Member of Texas Intercollegiate Press Association Office Room 108 Science Building Downtown Office Abilcna Printing Company Jack Scott Eocar S. Keefk John D. Harvey Daisy Caldwell Joe Mims L. EDITOUIAL STAFF Editor-in-Chief Managing and; Exchange Editor ; Sports bditor -. Society Editor .......... Columnist BUSINESS STAFF L. P. Walter ARTHUR. Duff' Fate Thomas . Lewis Jobs L Business Manager Circulation Manager .........-.... Auditor " Reba Crowley Howard Davidson .... Advertising Manager Bookkeeper FROM OTHER CAMfUSC V St Edwards UnlyersltyA May Be Re-located Dr. Joseph Burke president of St Edwards University at Austin and Frank C O'Brien attorney Thursday of last week ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 10 August 1929

THE SIMMONS .BRAND JM ' l - ' -.;' t.'r L-& &- . - 1. r lowboys Outlook Is Good ;As 15 Lettermen Plnn tn Rpfiirn rW'Many New Men Lined Up r" Pfdspects Bricht In Prospects Bright ;.. - All Sports When tho fall training camp for " foolbali aspirants opens September 0 f tKero will bo many familiar faces ns ' .Aell as new ones to report toi Coach Frank Bridges according to Rufus Hydo who will captain the squad this season. The camp will last' only ten '-. .days' this year as school starts a week . earlier than last yean .. 'Topping' tho list of candidates for aTborth on tho Varsity will bo Cap- oten .Rufus Hyde of Frederick Okla- "hSma. Hyde has been a member of -the Cowboy machino for' tho past - three seasons And is expected to have highest; year .this Bcason. Hyde is a -quarterback arid is the best passe ' on'thTsquad if not in thexonforehco. Ho also plays safety and is n depend- able punter. ' . iProbably tho best back' in tho con forencfa last year was Bill Sanders " all-on...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 10 August 1929

&. THE glKMQftt WIAWD J I w Texas University Libraries Each Year Receive Magazines and Other Periodicals By The Thousands AUSTIN July 0 Publications numbering 2443 ranging from small religious bulletins sent free of charge to highly technical scientific Journals costing as much as $20 per copy are received yearly In tho serials and binding department of the University of Texas library according to Mrs. H. E. Williford supervisor of tho de- partment Of the total number 1350 magazines are paid subscriptions 125 are gifts from tho United States 70 are historical quarterly exchanges and 898 nro other gifts and exchanges. Tho paid subscriptions include magazines such as "Country Life" "Harpers" "Printers Ink" and count- less other serials of literary value. All United States bulletins and pub- lications which appear in serial form are sent as gifts to the department and the Texas Stato Historical As- sociation located in Austin gives all its exchanges bulletins which it re- ceives fr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 21 September 1929

'. '" "'.' . TWS' .yy shoots: .;.. m 11 " - :'.v- r i. 4.' i ' -i .- ' "; J .. v "jl -ii 4.14. No 1. m SIMHtONS UN1VHMITY ARILBMK TSXAA Uf fclSK II ItM. j ... .'"" .. .. t i i r Program Over 900 Register Tuesday and Wednesday To Break All J Br Ndl s.w.n. Weleome atnderf welcome! Yotf an new la the werM famous Cowboy Miwel kerne of Coach Bridges Preel- Ami Sandefer' and Harry Hayes. Owii n yonr guns. shine up your boota and let'a be one big family of meters this year. Again welcome .fetal good lack. : v Probably no one has heard but out Iter we have a band that is known a the Cowhand band. It ought not k. hard' to pick out the boys. if. you want to play a clever game fitted with thrills and fun do as foi ls 1 Take a tape measure St all the boys' chests 0 when Um tape won't go around a chest that to a band boy.p Each one found counts t OM-fMrth. and the score is 2000. QMa ean have a' great giggling time f We. - There' will be a meeting of the (Vwfkk tWfl afternoon to dktcuM smm: for B...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 21 September 1929

;- . .; 4? N. ? v '.& pre i t - " i f i W SlKMOffS BRAND mm :". tvX jt.4:-". IU . --s.- . .'1 ' '- '-'J - W & Ifyjmwmiftrnnii Amkly newspaper published every Saturday during tho school year by jif SIhhom Press Club in the interest of Simmons University. latered as second class mail matter June 22 1898 at tho postoffiee Abilene Texas under tho act of March 3 1879. Subscription Per Year. SttbesripUen Per. TeraL-.. $2.00 - .75 i Member of Texas Intercollegiate Press Association. ' - Campus Oft ice "Boom 108 Science Building: Downtown Office Abilene Printing and Stationery Co. Editor In Chief. Managing Editor- SportsSL - Columnist.. ;Soeieiy EDITORIAL STAFF ..Jack Scott HflkHMMtMHI - BUSINESS STAFF Bonnets Manager.-. .J.. Assistant Business Manager- Circulation ' Manager-... Auditor .......... . i Advertising ' Solicitor.. Edcar S. Kekfe ....NoLL SEWELL ........Nika. Landers : j ..1. P. Walter Jr. Reporters Wilfred Hninrard. Johnnie Greetr. Marv Ruth Boles. Emmctt Howard Rufus H...

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