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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 21 September 1929

hwbezbeziw V1" r- a-j: - J THE SiMMONBRAND . The University Cleaners ' 4jtW Wie arc 71010 in a bigger and better plant in-order to serve you better. Come in and see us. &4 .A U.J EESE&fm w -i 1 P- DIAL 6786 DRY CLEANING AND PRESSING FERGUSON HALL "Red" Gregg In Business to Improve Your Appearance 1317 AMBLER AVENUE MARY FRANCES ' Gladys Keen t s S.U. Instructors Spend Summer in Different States Many Study In Universities While Others Spend Vacation At Ease Almost every state In the Union as ; well as several foreign countries were .visited by Simmons professors this summer. Others attended universi- ties and worked 'on higher degrees during tho vacation period. Dr. Julius Olscn returned with Mrs. Olson and family last week after a visit; and tour over .Canada and states of the North and Middle West. Dr. Olson is dean of tho college of Arts and sciences' and professor of physics. Dr. R. N. Richardson dean of stu dents arid' 'professor of history re- turned before; tho end of ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 21 September 1929

.ix.. ... ea' . al . t - -".? " '"ftl""1 ' aiw-- j; K t --. vy tn -sjo- -. "ttv 4 ':. t. r ; & vfogfrtaftiwfeiBftAND V '"Jft ITIK. IV fir L'S to riifM J"sPr ii ail Tmh Present at JFirst ' Meeting of BiS.U. -Local Patlom Address Mara- Bv DOTS v X BMcMNTy f Hjuk Jo Buy Bus . X ah. rtrco -aa rvmnn't Mambers Are Back ThisJYear : MTlfclKJL'tttkeM their first meei- h ; ti &e year in Abilene Hall Taaraday Bight at 7:80' with a record ftAaHaaWMMMMfe- Thaire? o the evealng was & .ehnigO of the pastors and educa- ttoaaj directors of the local churches. Tk; safe jeei these mea spoke on -were Cj(thj obligation of the members to 'briBir more students to Abllcno . ' searches aad' to -instill Into tho new atsiaL" Uwt real spirit of the MlTMllk. 'TW'jB: S. U. was tho first-campus " orgrJaea to- get wider way this year."1 They shoved the spirit of the Behool by "Serving' punch helping VfreakaraTto' register and in various a eiaer.ways. The anaaal state convention will bo held is a Jew' w...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 21 September 1929

esa warm "nw. iy iKTOP'LiT5 I II r-l-n--"--"- """- "-" ' """- -i-' '- ....--n..i i..g.T." l.Lrf.-. W.fc...V. " ' T :7PT"..r Kyr c 'wV.' jr - saw -f sf?' . THE SIMMONS 'DRAN04 4 . ffwp. R. r i.-4 kA 'J. Vj.'ffr $2h Urk? ft."' -4 fiW &' &fe fc 1 VZ .'M 4 Cowmen End Bridges Future- Cowhands Are Rapidly Rounding Into Shape For the Grid Season 40 Candidates Out For Place on Team 18 Seasoned Players Return To Malce Formidable Looking Eleven ' For tho -past ion days forty 'aspi- rants' for tho Simmons University Cowboy' cloven havo been working strenuously in order to bo in shape for tho firqt same of tho season with tho Texas University Longhorns jit tho West Texas Fair stadium Sep- tember 28. "" Arriving hero Monday evening September 0 the men had supper in tho cafeteria and there received ithclr -Instructions from Coach Frank Bridges concerning practice and train- ing quarters. They wero told to re? port the following morning for 'prac- tlco promptly at 8:00 o'clock. There was n...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 21 September 1929

V.K- $xM TW SIMMONS BRAND s. 4 Fu' f V i t . ' i " . . - V ' T - y. - i- 'H. ' e - L.J- . - .t.t. :. Gmt Ii Extension Dept. Since First Begun. And English Are Most Popular Subjects .: . difficult for In the Mot. U wm endsnto ea inany oeeaslena to ar- tai'ft(lr aefeedtile and ch work k4 Ve be ktt eat antil another time Wt ta'tkefeU of 1927 this handicap -wm removed wRfa the creation of the .toyMtasent of extension through wMh students might pursue the eeone ef study that was desired with- et fear of having to leavo out President J. D. Sandefer.chos an able nun for the head of the corre spondent school Professor W. T. Walton. Under the supervision of Professor Walton the extension de- partment has grown rapidly and eaeh year the enrollment climbs high- er and higher Yearly1 Eigarcs ( -' At the end of the school year of 1927. a check was taken and It wn PROFS RETURNS FROM SUMMER TRAVELS found that about 460 students had enrolled for some phase of work in the school. At the end of 1926 ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 21 September 1929

T5S c ;t ?"' "' '- 'a i . .v "THE SIMMONS.BRAND -c i&V I '-L A SOCIETY GLASSES CLUBS Ladies Phoenix Hose v' ; . ' f In the New Fall Shades 1.95 . Girlsl They are Guaranteed to Weari .VS Cowgirls Launch Social Activities With Japanese Tea Today ' r. j H: - j m m i rjf i i J Cowgirls Plan to Entertain 500 Between 4 and 6 o' Clock In Fine Arts Auditorium Faculty to Assist In Receiving Line To Have Other Parties Gambill Hoine And Country Club In Initial social activities of tho Cow girls Sjmmons University pep squad arc being launched today in tho Cald- well Fino. Arts auditorium when all girls of tho college will be guests at a Japanese tea.. Members 'of the Cowgirls and fac- ulty members will make up tho house party and will be in tho receiving line. Arrangements aro 'being made to entertain 600 from four to six o'clock. ' Miss Mary' Head and Bennlo Spick " matrons of tho two girls' halls and Miss Glenna Faye Grant sponsor .of the Cowgirls .are In charge "of all ar- rangements for...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 21 September 1929

WKi 'vrf- ' W MB .w & fer- H :6.v- 1 i " W Invite the Students t and Faculty of Simmons TO MAKE OUR STORE YOUR MBETING PLACE DOWN TOWN MIms Bldg." W I w 4 0 I MUtTCtT On Mims Corner o o CM COWBOY BANDMEN HAVE VISIONS OP SUCCESSFUL YEAR (Continued from pago 1) school started and four others aro scheduled for the fall term alone. The Cowboys are the official band for the West Texas Fair September 23-28 and will play for tho Southwest Range and Stock Show In El Paso September 20-29. This .will necessi- tate having two bands in action at once. The other engagements are: The State Fair at Dallas October 12-20 where tho band will play for tho world's championship rodeo; and the West .Texas Chamber of .Com- merce convention In El Paso Octo- ber 24 25 and 20. Thoy aro tho offi- cial band of tho West Texas Cham- ber of Commerce. "Arrangements are being 'made for tho band to play for other feature at tractions tho other two terms. Fred L. Haskett Dallas . promoter who sponsored tho Cowboy...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 28 September 1929

;w --SSimman$0nmd ' ' 'j. Va. 14. SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE TBXM SEPTEMBER 28 1M. COWHANDS TANGLE WITH TEXAS U. a ". IHIHHBIHMMIHaHHHHIIB199ISiaBfPPVMBMaiivHaaHiHaMHWMiHaiHBHHMiHHHMM X ' . LONGHORNS TODAY Open Range lj Neli SeweH TfcW eeksm tn fer the benefit 'at Um Majority! No Man eif the pr mm' eaafla Mi work to eae due or iadivMaal. Therefore I art going to Viay best all term to write what I ee.MiI see It through the eyes of at least 'fifty per cent ef the student hedy. Let's cot ' The first thins; thai needs to be leae is to eat but (all ttfe students that are aew In the old school. This 'football spirit that alh'.t it a crime ahamaad disgrace tohe campus i to the 'msm'' of Simmons. Don't and bo stleks aad dead heads try and revive the spirit that has died and 'gone to . lory. - ' ' V Th.baad gained a littlo travelling 1 ecMtieaee in view of its European iear when they visited the great ' eWes of the West Roby and Rule. ' And oar little bookstore cash reg- . later player la sp...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 28 September 1929

3i i 1 ' f " ;trrT . ..''VJSaF? I1' U - I.. l". if-i.tt a l?F f '- j' ''v'- ''."! . ; - .-. : . .jfla "' r" i. rams.- V.iT 4 m p. rh l'-r ": 4 lA. '" '.! ; .(: ltmjmmmmmi i nmni iWwW Wry' Sitfttrciey jMrc tile eeTyeer by lea MrilMv jfwte ML 1898 at the postoffice IMIiBii 1W BWaot f Msawk 3 187$ ' Far' Tsar :tf AAaatSA. 'ti' " - . .fa J.....4....J-.- .S2.00 :75 'lv'l Mr of Tim Intercollegiate Press Association. Cawpua Office Iteora 108 Science Building. DewBHtYfR DWwsAiJisBe Printing and Stationery Co. 'EDITORIAL. STAFF 1 tJJ.I'X'i.. nwnms avHr . Jack Jjcott - Sodoiv.- . .. ' ;.; "- "'j . . ; ' " ..... GborcrGiazner .... .......... Alex Glass .. Barrymore Bqunds . Nina- Landers vwvi mim riafMRft . : ' ;X BUSINESS STAFF - L ; -i-Ji l.p. Walter Jr. Anittant tiiftess Manager iL.-. .i.-.i : .j-..-.v Arthur Duff -'.. WrtiM- .-JLLiIlLL : Advertising 1 rWOffc . MvertuiHg yAmttter JLu. Circulation Manager . William. Wheeler .-.. Harold Owen . 0. CI McDermett ...... Fate Thomas i The departme...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 28 September 1929

$"& TmtmHomwKXKD !'::&m mmpmmmmmm i tin mi niii HI HI HI s- SOCIETY CLASSES CLUBS AN ARMY of ivA.; tfta IU' L' Cowgirls Observe Rush Week And' Plan To Elect New Members ' ' ' ' in mj Simmons U. Cowgirls and Women Faculty Members Honor Students With Teas 48 Rtishees Feted In Gambill Home TWENTY-SEVEN NEW CDWGIRLS "E CHOSEN AFTER PARTY 'AT COUNTRY CLUB In observance 6f the annual rush week the Cowgirls Simmons Uni- versity pep squad entertained with two of the prettiest appointed and most- attractively carried out teas in the social history of the institution when Saturday they honored' all girls of the university and Monday when . they favored forty-eight of theso girls were joined In hdstesship by the group as rushees for tho pep squad. For the first tea at'which the Cow- girls were Joined in hostessshlp by tho lady members of tho university fac- ulty the Caldwell Fine Arts building was a scene of gala coloring in its decoration of floor lamps gay rugs pillows and beautiful ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 28 September 1929

' vrT i4 ' V Af&."V tamttttuaB&UBamtaMmmmmam 'V -J' 'S I$'a Pa H IV i j fc. ." Loan Fund U Living Memory 1o Studenti of Former Day W VV aBRt fcwaa lss tiWt aS ttMit bMt tp.tlM iMfoUM MM Of J0MCB HI tM flW st 4a '.tea tend. : 7MC tlMM ImmMp .mm. Mi wmh that arr not ftnaaaialfoafeie to attend sebool ' jm WfchJgW sfrsaifo that sow day Misyawair-fsaHw Um4t drean Per- aH)its smmht Wp to educate our " Mfcs RoseW Breeders who was YttW interested In ...girl worlds their -f ay ttweugh Stamens wm to obarceef theZadaste4alHee.' Later she keeaata. Hrbarian tat she nver "lest interest in these girls ami their ambitions. 'BhVwaa their eounselor adviser and chief ' eoaJtdant. Her boat of friends and .admirers were greatly' shocked and grieved at her sudden death February 1882. Im- Mediately' the Abilene District Wo asaa's Missionary Union made plana to":establlh a loan for girls in rae- mory of the' work she had done and the interest she had taken In them. At preeewt the Roeabel Breedlove ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 5 October 1929

. .!.. 11 . 'T-' ! .ii.ijfT."a" rwj . tTa".'- ii . k. aT"! ;AtOTjfiMiiiawfiaaKE . 4 V1 4r '"''' & sas-- m i&Mca y T-'$S '. . fc&4A:l ; T-mtsstkei&iSidi'i . -l ( . .. ;'i I 4 SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILBNB THXAS OCTOBBR 5 lMa. nwOTMrae v tHr.'sile &S9&-' 7 OHEKfcunKj'J' ..'sessn-. 'HKJl ' v ' . IJL .-'' & ' US" :frjpm- o He. S. '. 7ay T w- ...n 3. 5v ; ife' ROOTERSRIDESPECIALTRAINTOBRECKENWPGETODAY Br&TOiifl ini i M ii ... aiiiiinnwin- . 1 1 - hi i)i ii I. M Open Mange By Ma BeweB Aad heah wear. Jest before ffc- flag on that special tram headed i. the Cowboy-Frog Mtt. Let afja aad dwwtktfA a ikbem. wlmfc reel support "and pop Is. -ihakinc of ipetWs itatftrt 'l Of & MM. MMlHC bby ICWf frtaftjr When MM 0C -WS pttth nc :vy. Captain hem yer ; hk m ai miaiira so "m .the - wm rM -"". - -- Mt riven MtUe Otar were aUewem to take their Ml ekes to the how.Menday night " " . .1 t -- 'that the ies.U: Warms' alssoet rained the rent ear business Sunday y. nUt.iL f ....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 5 October 1929

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 5 October 1929

rz. WW ' . jFxh i v 4i i THfc tOmOMS BRAND 'Bin 'f iw"i.iiiirii"ifiiii n "inmuxau .Apl .! .:! 7 'ft K f .. J.' W Down Texas Univerity Team 3-0 At West Texas Fair v.S i".-? i -H -Jr A p; .. . V-j .ds Surprise. - W Twjn jjcieatai lexas '&&&:. Z Arid G&wbdv'bftfaiM - gS"-'v-WrSteM ' r Game Hairir Foiikht :M PfcntyiOf Action Shown for .!lto?Gam Of- '' rmr r k ' t Game Of Year v Opening wife n(rffJttlWriwh r S . .Mtikrwwd tbe spectators .as -well - ArwWir ' I? .'fc-3 Weet-freWyair J t- .' This4ere came early in th--Iirst i .J.JCh '. "ertery when -Texas deep;ln. their S' lfi-". .'" ""iWtJ J""Wf UUlrM. BVUHUO r--' ItWriewa 48 yatd'HM.jCapUfn t K-Mf7jit--ifoHh tne Jeft side; of &'-- 1J:'thhWtfor.: five" yard:. On the next f :". . "p1ay.xHard3f fierce ipameeul of the f X'. -" h-"" M anS'Wasured .offthirteen yards J 'aSv'"' arosnd the. opposite .side of. ihe line. i .. v. i r-. Following wltk Ihe) same. Blay.Hardsi - 'E-1:j- r i- A it V. .i.' gsinea seven yBruB. ynie luuru...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 5 October 1929

f'V ir.;vf AM&$ SinJ' InDil m s?T7Tfflrrwra Hj ELm afemuMasBlliilBSBl tf- h . L Tr f !?' V r ;H;- y" Jit 4 . T- y ";. M W::''- On Birthday : :. BeaWbg Mrndagr of Mm WUUi hlfiV the lanM lent lit Order of 11 vanwtMm Mfafe sifcetr social aetlvl- taar af their third yea of exiatenee with Bad Spread 1b the room of lH Mary Balk Bolee and aUnrtne Jazilgan Mary Praneee JBeB on Oe- J- The bad which waa covered with a yellow apraad waa overhung with orange atreaanern. la the eantar waa Hallowe'en lantern. Each plat waa markad by a Hallowe'en place card and lit atom and of the apraad waa a bouquet of flowers. The plataa contained atuff ad apple aalad wafers and apricot pie. Those who hare been member of of I. 0. O. P. before who war pree ant are: Kbne Bill Fay Campbell and Mary Bath Bole. .Seven new mam- beta war elected aa follows: Delta Arnold Manrlne Jarnagin W Marie Stephana Bather Pierce Dorothy Green Nita Donaho and Etta Doaaho. Offioers for tha year ware elected aa foUowa: head liar...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 12 October 1929

Stye Simmons Brand V lF $-- V ' - -i ' Vol. 14. SIMMONS UNIVER8ITY ABILENE TEXAS OCTOBER 12 1929. NO. 4r Open Range Br Noll Sewell Well heh we are back from oar little sojourn to the Horned Frog killing. Just because those boys beat us don't get down hearted. If you can't be a good loser then you will never be a winner. A C. 0. reports that ovorytime the wind gets In the northwest It Is just too bad for them. They say the odor is terrible Get mad and bad and lot's have something; out here be- sides a practice field for undertakers. i That clock In chapel is a great ad. It won't ran. Whenever a student body has to be brow beat and begged to have a special train it ia time fox the In- quest. fc For the first time anywhero by Anybody I am going to start some- thing of great accord. I am with the help of columnists from all papers of Texas Conference schools k going to pick all-conference yell leaders. This Is a pretty good Idea even If I did think of it myself and it ought to bring abo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 12 October 1929

Jt' P- THE SIMMONS BRAND ' COLLEGE COMICS fr3Hmi5fliAiia A.vweekly feewepaper published every Saturday during the school year by Frees Hub in (fie interest of bimtaons University. t Kalerad aa teeeed claw mail matter June 22 1898 at tho postoffice Abilene Texas uader the act of March 3 1879. SobssripUw&Per Yean. 5hseriptftm rW Term.. -.$2.b0 . .75' Member Texas Intercollegiate" Press Association. Campus Of flee Room 108 Science Building. 'Downtown Office Abilene Printing and Stationery Co. .-J. -By Fred Brbtim WnBnSfrmmmmmmmmmmmmAmMMmJm . 'x. ft. - W ' !! S..- Lift: ''V Editor In CML Managing Editor : Exchange Editor .. Spam Society EbrrbiuAL STAFF .......-. Jack Scott ... GEORCE UtAZNER Business Manager Assistant Business Manager Advertising Advertis'mz. Advertising Auditor .. BUSINESS STAFF Circulation Manager . ...-.i. E. LHowaiu ... BuumioRE Bounds a.Nika Landers L. P. Walter Jr. Arthur Duff William Wheeler Harold Owen 0. C McDermett FayE' Thomas A. It Tyson Reporters Lena S...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 12 October 1929

THE SIMMONS-BRAND 4 T. C. U. Displays Brilliant Offense to Down Cowboys 20 to 0 Cowboy 8 and T. C. U. Put on Real Gridiron Battle But . Horned Frogs Too Strong Simmons Battles " Hard k20-0 Game Great Passing And-Plunging Of Grubbs Leland Moore. Wins Substitues Lose First Two Games Football Season Smith Cooper Leaving no doubt in the minds of the spectators as to which school has the best football team the fc C. U. Horned Frogs pounded out a decisive victory over tho Cowboys- last Satur- dayin Brcckcnridge. On the other hand there was1 no doubt in tho minds of the Christians that they had been to a football rgame as the 20-0 score and tho courageous fourth quarter rallies of "tho Simmons eleven show. For while tho Cowboys made only two first downs one of them by penalty against T. C U.'s 21 and gained only 49 yards as against 360 they wore battling every moment of tho game and made their only scoring threats In tho final ten minutes of play. The Simmons' threat camo when "Lefty" Hami...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 12 October 1929

TIIE SIMMONS BRAND Simmons Campus Is Adorned by Manp Different Types of Shrubs f4WHATfNHF HONORS ' M ANGIE BTCURDY Many of the students ;who report to dams dally never stop to think uwt the many plants flowers and: trees that add to the .beatuiflcatlon of the easapus. It way1 appear to thea that only the mosquito and some few oak trees adorn the drives and laws. Nevertheless there are several different varieties of trees and shrub btry which have been transplanted on the campus In years gone by. In the spring of 1028 special ef- forts were put forth- to beautify tho campus. ' A number if shrubberies and plants of diverse nature wore secured from P. T. Ramsey and Son at Austin. These were placed about the buildings and near tho columns at tho entrance- to tho Campus. ." Most of tho llgustrum-japonlcum bushy llgustrum wax' leaf Ugustnim arborvitae annis-ccanthum and shu- mac transplanted near tho Ablleno Hall and Scienco Hall in the spring oi'1920 have dono well. Without these plants'...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 19 October 1929

... ' JK!.fcT c Jjfffj feMf' ' r ' ' W(V" t.i. ?: $AtTHIOATS BEAT THE COATS VLR SIMMONS UNIVERSITY AB1UENB TKA8 OCTOBER 19 1M. No. 5 AT BR0WNW00D 3I - . W3 ba i1?! ivfi H. - - mJ B B B! B B AND COWHANDS CLASH TODAY - . CH. ay By Play Report of Daniel Baker Simmons Game to Be Heard Over Special Wire Seniors Are Entertained: ; Forty two Parttfi ) In Cafeteria-Tuesday 7r' j- v Aiwr3ion Numbers TaJUa An4 Dcor irtions Are DIRECTOR OF ARMY BAND ! '9 S3W H8owe v Fortfcelght mM-W'biHhe" eehipr owed f SfmM' wer entertained a$.a forty-two' party glveffJTueeday Vexing .in the .cafeteria;- The party wa asranged'ljy a soelal committee with. MWs-Lily Mae.'MerrU aa'chalr- - man. V ' vpreeediag-the games where gtfeata. fownaTpfieteiwith dainty Galilee em- phasing the approach'of Hallowe'en. Qana Betesf dio. artist of Ration nTYOgnye an ;enjoyable musical projral"Wtheaccordlaiu . ; 'iHdfcwe'enVmotlf-was aisovcar- rUd ut ki. the orange and blaek : nukiiu &ad in the dainty refresh; ment plate whic...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 19 October 1929

-.I. Pr; f r s - . t - - C 1 ' loaders all amr the nation 'aae'deolorhMrihe lack of enthusiasm W$. ttfwMJilt. Tlw UalwlT of ClifrU cKrkder declared recently . .. mm ' nnanm hav become weatcior'the -Met two yars. Thy have become . Hajjjug rf cowan mAor than an event to look forward to .; am only two attitadWto mmmm abotd tne'mntter of 'pep rail tea; nyh) aWw.MoUy anydung in th aWragejMp meeting' to which a more 2 v 1Bf ! Mfioati staden inay look forward? 'there Vnewally a good-awed Jhr. crowd of anderaxaduabnt band and tiw eheer leaders. There is a good of noise MMi antic awl bwumerahle. contortion on tlie. part of the wader. Tearful pies are niton Tor the.THr of the sebbdl" and ntt iruptuw.iim ia that if a mwfent win yon himself hoarse he has Ku fMiM nHlimiinn 'fn' "lit anknn. Tbn stlulaivt wfin fnila tn iS-lwtto the nwandty of jolnfafria the noneral hallyWo" is denounced' as i'V "T'V; AnJ-ia lUnli tfi a hMr- iWiuU w J? . ' J' . . ... ri-"si et;. 5. ;9-V Andyo) tMM it otut a better ...

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