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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 19 October 1929

?J!7'' r ' .' ! V' m (i-t'f Lrir I . hV: - ". Si : . ;.'' .-' "34' . V'J MA &: ? V i h P''-: .jggj THE SIMMONS B&A1W limtttoim L miiiii mi. n Amhmwhmm ii r 'twfcfc SQCIETY CLCBS PrPrPlm iYitV" " 'JVD rThiirday Evening . vT A r.t w. - fa.. Nit And Kita Donaho tavor h. r 4 . J-. . m 4 ' . . liroup With Populate Music '"' BJany Initiated lm vHallowc'eri 4 Motif Is Used ;: Troughout The ''' Program ' '"Attired in costumes of bustles of 'a hundred years ago In the garb of I ' the' modern gypsy fn' the likeness of ' children orico more and In the. Image . of "various' other characters of hls- ' (ory members of the- Simmons Unl- versity Player and Apprentice club celebrated at an Initiation for new ."members and program Thursday eve- - nlng in the Fine Arts 'auditorium. The "whole third floor of the build- ing was weird in its hallpwo'en setting yib witches and goblins placed hero and thero over .the entertaining floor. .. As guests arrived they were pre- 'vjsented. by Lewis' Jobo ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 19 October 1929

Wr'-T'WW Ksrwrsr j TV"; :tiTJ mm WW Bai ? &.- Vf . t SSL1- .T To RE. Club Ma flottr ivriatar to TirM shadaa of talk mm to Ulr8tak i aa Taaiihaihlag Dajr. woaaaa ant child who tkasckdtoat is to wmt a aoter- qwwaaiaji w a aoaea Ifarat -MUm 8T aad goM wiU gto aoUadlaiid. hoard at the atajestle theater at HMttM-algtt mattae Suadajr hlajat aad for fbor dayi atatttae; Mont day. Their first all-tolkine; soreen toMefe HaV tJaW; "Whr Bra hWTJfrT'1 mvio made fameaa V?the toaia ler en' record aad on fa.ahc i TJtAf4stre;Aiwoeaeed by iPata IpH Mxwat. fa'iinnttA M Wtka head man" of ail tendae; fnma Made to data. The'stor credited with berna; a dose parallel. to the story .of Mm aetoef Hres oform and Mask. Of UasWHaiswafr h the- fart? that the taam introducing many new comedy bftsra'pair of son kits aad a rauslf calteomedy episode featuring one hua dredrdaMMK beauties. la. addition to the above the Ma-i Josfa'progm 'wKl Include a new. scream Banr'Oh YoaJBeauUful DolC anal the latest issue of P...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 19 October 1929

a K . .'f TBI D x i! 4 I' fe WfoxA L is 4BitSi Six Teams Bin Conference . yi; Ks fhis Evening JHMwmnI Pay And St. Ed- :ifijmi Favored As Winners By Saturday night; Upward' Payne 'and St Edwards may be expected to be ftm4 at the top of a column of six names headed "Texas Confer- ence" with he figures "1000' op'- peelte while at the bottom of the eokmn will be Austin College . and Southwestern with the figures f'000" opposite. . In the middle Simmons and WnltyVwill be found with entther 'victory ner-'defeat accredited. Anyway that's how'the first T. C. games' of 1920 played this week end are expected to result. Austin will f play Howard Payne at -Brownwood Southwestern will meet St. Edwards at ..Austin Trinity will be inactive and Simmons will play a non-conference' game with Daniel Baker. The Yellowjackets are favored to win over1 Austin College because they held 8. 'M. U. to a 13-13 tie tied McMurry and won their other gamo 34-0; while Austin lost to S. M. U. iO-OV was beaten by Dan...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 19 October 1929

prs rjr7-'- -'Jp. T-s"K TS5?7!lHi'l!r tt USR w . - . '- ' ". t ' 'f i'-sv-r' r -5i -i . v. ' - KSf '. XT "?-' vif u A 4 v fc- i'. r fcj . 4 .J '"J II'' ' r I. t - -i r tF I -'. i f . va-;. c- ? 7vv; PiPlf Simmon Anthem Written 11 Age to Be Recorded bg Victor Bir LENA 8PSNCB Professor Stifes It Anderson a former dean of Simmons composed . the oriffinal manuscript of the Stoni moot anthem wUoh U nowpmornd by the theory of mmJpMmmt of the Mhool. . Professor Awlersoriwas for'seyeral years dealt ef Am arte in .Simmons He helped i the ptaa of the OoUtwolt Fine Art baUdfas; and did muelf for ( the music department of the iiool In IMS ho UinlBsiilrthe mudc for the wrd oMfc "eollee whteh Jre wtftifa by Jeeao Hodges a "iMfltM own javde" graduate "of the' ' tlaM 0117. ' v- I- 1W8 Jtr. Anderson 'WeVtho m4taul MuuuUerint of the anthem to Mm rfafcel Harrison as a tokea. o Ms reapeet for her unttsoal aoityy is a maakal student: It Van hoaor to WMN the .Copy ami Mr. 'Anderson - we oattaero to srfre...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 26 October 1929

i nil n. mrnrntJ . " n t i Jmmm A ' 4 . i l " i 1 - f . ' ' ' ..' ' CANYWNEXT SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ARILBNE TEXAS OCTOBER M 1M. No. 6. COWBOYS MEET AT AMARILLO TODAY i fnirirrSs film-' a M I av BBL H? s .- k . W i f- LAHfurnui '.' i m "sam - "svm .bjbt m v ' i I' U f l' ' w . i r y I " .- ... i TEACHERS AND m ffe i. - a? H. i .& . l) in j Ttt W1 indOraanized Bu General J: J. Pershing is Made Up of Best Musicians In Service U.S. Army Band To Play Spanish Music Band Is Official Exponent Of Latin-American Numbers MASTER SGT. JOHN BAUMANN Word has been received here this week that the. famous United) States Army Band has" begun Its third tour of America and will "arrive in. Abi- lene Wednesday tcvbe ready "for two concerts in the Simmons University auditorium Thursday October 31. Students wilLbo admitted on their activities cards to one of the con- certs. Music so old that its origin is ob- scured in the limbo of countless cen- turies fwiU be played by the U. S. Army Band when it appea...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 26 October 1929

0 THE SIMMONS mmmmttkmi $$f SEWOR 'CLASS iPAVORWEf Ufalnd wry Salt aW-Aniiig the sohool veer by m CSab k fcrtereit SimmHis IMversky. ccad ekes iatt Matter Jase 22 1896 at the poetoffke ft Ml Tea wder rite aet.ef MerefeJS 1879. . 'W V. .' X. .w42.00 . .75 Messier of Texas Intercollegiate Fran 'Associetioa. V - Campus Office Room 106 Science Building. -;' "Dnow Office AWlM;ftiaiing and Statktiery. Co. HHHIIIIIIIIIIIw -' J dBH In Chiefs EDITORIAL STAFF N- Mrngtrngimg MtMief .Jack Scott 0CSeJjyt JWjeW3u. a i - i i'i ii . -i . .: v ' Gbobce Glazner .Ed6ar S." Keefe ; aE.L. Howard NtHALUNDERS "Ts)ifhii;inti t rv-i BUSINESS.STAFE. - .T. i ---'?- "m aWWWWjfc i . ' i: 'G Manager i .JL. P. Walwr Jr. . William Wheeler Q. C McDeruett -i. JATE 1HOHAS A.R:iYsoi ?r Z -'-- Keioitem 'Lena 'Spenee; Mary McKenzie Tay -Thomas Edgar S. Kccfc :- & Rdfa Hyde V. Marie Stephens Harold Owen Dolores Tilloston .Fcldon c ' .v ReeU Nitk Doaaho: Dorotbv Green. ani'SIantoniMcCord. ' i" . rf . . Miss Gchncllc J...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 26 October 1929

.s $. THE SIMMONS BRAND '.Is T . v . I L 1 rr '7 s r . w -. m;. i t i W jH I j J t ( w mmmrwttmmmm "'A JT ' tt t M i Simmons Wins On Field Goal By Hyde and BilkSanders Entire Game Played In Billie Territory " . .Passing ( And Punting Play Large Part In Game On Mud Field A field goal by Sanders and touch- downs by Sanders and Hyde enabled the Cowboys laBt Saturday to reas- sume their normal role as masters 'of the Daniel Baker Hlll-Blllles a roio which has been thrust aside the last three seasons. Simmons played to perfection and at every stage of the game hold thp whiphnnd over their opponents. A muddy field Bccm- ' ed to bo all that Jcept the score from 'being more decisiyo than 16 to 6. The first score camo at the start of the second quarter Sanders kick- ing a field goal after the Cowboy backs -were unable to drive through any nearer than the' 20 yard line. Just a few minutes later Hyde intercepted a pass from Hunter and made the most thrilling run of the game 30 yards i or a tou...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 26 October 1929

-: - ' k ' ; -nli ill 'it SSL rmnrntpmuxm 1 ' ft m i JANELLK " ; - i .. The Smartest. ' ' Modes ' Janclle Fashions assert their . vlvln mlnrMnnp.v lnnri unex " 1 -- u pected flare tlio .youthful t : - 7 M pose bias bands and new ways pf achieving a. shorter waist and longer skirt' W Priced. ' . v POSTON-HEMPHILL CO. ARMY BAND WILL PLAY TWO CONCERTS THURSDAY ' (Continucd.fitom page 1) from which the pieces emanate are present for consultation anil guidance as to interpretation. Captain William J. Stannard lead- er of the Army Band is. in posses sion of scores of letters -from diplo- matic representatives of tho Latin- American republics attesting: the au- thenticity and excellence of the Army Bands interpretations. Recently Cap- tain Stannard's constructive work in introducing this music in tho United States won for him the decoration of the Order of the Sun by the Govern- ment of Peru. A .Music lovers will be particularly interested in the U. S. Army Band's Latin-American numbers no...

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

ffljF imroons Brand DAB'S DAY 'MltfT V PAD'S DAY EDITION ( Vol. 14. SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXAS NOVEMBER 2 1929. No. 7. Two Concerts Played in University Auditorium By U. S. Army Band SIMMONS DOWNS SOUTHWESTERN BEFORE RECORD CROWD Hallowe'en Frolic Held In Fine Arts Hall Monday Night Annual All-University Play- Time Proves Great Success Groups Give Stunts Comic Contests And Stunts Furnish Amusement For Guests Tho annual Simmons University Hallowe'en frolic was held Monday evening in tho Fine Arts building between tho hours of 7:30 ani 9:30; Tho building was decorated throughout with tho Hallowo'cn motif and with orange and black crepe paper. All tho strange creatures peculiar to Hallowe'en wore present. There were corpeses downs witches and ghosts. Tho 'guests wero led up "'the .stairs? which had been mado dark by curtains to the hall on tho third floor of the building whore the program was held. Stunts Given Tho program consisted of a series pf stunts by tho various classes an...

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

THE SIMHOWg BHAND & SV- rw r y tmbhefaed ererv Saturday darine the school Year bv frees Gab m the interest of SimsoBa University. m seoead elaee sail raatter June 22. 1898: at the uostoffice. AUka Tents tder the set of March 3 1879. jnWfrri- Par Ywl 3ribMJHton Pc Taraa- -$2.00 - .75 Mwnber of Texas Intercollegiate Press Association. Campus Office Room 108 Science Building. DewBtewn Office uAbiiene Printing and Stationery Co. EJUerlnCKUL JKWvfn AtkttvT Sport EDITORIAL STAFF Seeutr. Club Ei Editor . 'ditar .Jack Scott Georce GlAZNER Ddcau S. Keefe .E. L..Howard Nina Landers Fat Tuomas Business Manager- 'BUSINESS STAFFS Assistant .Business Manager 1- Advertising Advertising Advertising ; ..... Auditor jj) ;.' - . CirculationManager . L P. Walter Jr. WlUJAM WHEELER Wolum-Wheeler .Ore. McDermett ..Harold Owen Fate' Thomas A. R. Ttson Reporters: Lena Spcncc Mary McKenzie Fay Thomas Edgar S. Kecfc Rufus .Hyde Y. Mario Stephens Harold Owen Dolores Tilloston Fcldon Reed Nita Dpnaho Dorot...

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

? THE SIMMONS BRAND ftt SOCIETY GLASSES CLCBS FOR THE GAMfe -r- Players Qub To . Start Work On 4 . Laboratory Plays Begin Monday To Practice On Plays For Private - Presentation Students Direct Some Of Plays May Be Given In Public During Term "Work will begin Monday on four laboratory pluya to bo 'given by the 'Simmons University Players before the club some time soon. Some of these- plays will probably bo given as a public prcformanco also. Tho first play "Dregs'J was writ- ten by Frances Pemberton Spencer and will bo directed by V. Mario .Stephens. Those taking part in this play aro: Lewis Jobc Gcrtrudo Saylors and Howard Davidson. Bcauton McCord will direct an Indian play "Glory of tho Morning" by William Leonard. Those making up the cast for this play aro Crystal Wiley Wcldon Sharp Grady Halber Virginia Peden and Homer Wllam. Tho third play is "Londonderry Air" and will be directed by Dorothy Green. Tho following have parts in this play.: Jack McKay Evelyn Bry- an Mary Ruth Boles...

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

THE SIMMONS BRAND Arm$ Mmnd is Outgrowth of RK 3andk "Pershing's Own" QmhI tmnkXmt fought the war Mk m writ as bullets. His A. ' - Ba4qarters Band re- ttwIM aBMc taa flower of Amerl- cn whwteianshlp then' in the service m aWoit the finest military mu- taat wrgmiMtkm the world1 has over XeaMstng that peace-time morale k ahsusfc a important and much Harder to maintain than a war-time spirit General Pershing ordere the U. g. Amy Band organised in 1022 when he heeane Chlef-of-Staff. He gathered the remnants of the A. B. . Bad 'IPershlBg'a Own" at Fort .Httttt- Virginia in the Spring of 1982 along with the best musicians in the various regimental bands of the f arflung Army Posts throughout the country. Speaking at an official function- in ashlngton recently at which the Army Band was playing General Pershing tinned surveyed? tho or- ganization and said "In Europe I heard the finest military bands tho world has produced. It was my dream that thcrcm ight somo day bo established in this co...

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

-; 1 ' TOE SIMMONS BRAND TV ! Cowboys Squeeze Out 14-12 Victory Over Inspired Canyon 'V Buffaloes SMITH GOLIGHTLY DANIEL Points After Touchdown Decide Thrilling Struggle at Amarillo By 14 to 12 Conference Race Jennings Sanders Score Touchdowns Cowboy. Line Stars With Pcarce And Golightly. Leading Fight Battering their way through a de- termined opposition that forestalled tho largo score predicted by the sport gucssers tho Simmons Cowhands nosed out tho W)cst Texas Teachers in their annual clash last Saturday by tho precarious margin of 14 to 12. Instead of tho comparative set-up most of tho Cowboy proa looked for tho gamo with tho Canyonltcs turned out to be a typical grudge battle in which tho eccno of conflict Burgcd back and forth across tho field with- out much favor to eithor side. Nevertheless no credit is to be sub- tracted from tho Simmons coat-of-arms for they wero up against a team thai heretofore tho underdogs was playing a gamo that far outshone their previous 1929 grid...

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

TOT MMM0H3 MIAND 'jfcs jummiej' Regal Python Visits Abilene Largest Snake Now Found In U. S. Was Captured in India To bring the largest snake to the United States was long the ambition of Dr. Wall now in this city. By staying in the jungle of India for saren months fighting against dead ly fever and wild savages he managed to capture Miss Jummie a Regal Py- thon thirty-three feet In length and weighing 417 pounds which is now on display at Pine and Second streets. Capturing tho snake alive was the task of. tho hunter. A largo net was placed by the water' hole where the animals of tho jungle came to drink. In this net was placed a 60 pound goat which tho snake swallowed whole according to Or. Wale. The Regal Python Is capable of opening her mouth a diameter of 18 inches. Her crushing power is 100 pounds per square foot. Miss Jum- mie is tho prpud owner of one hun- dred and sixty-four 'teeth of which all ore in perfect condition. A meal for her1 consists of 100 pounds of chickens each...

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

k a inw k)WjMMl"l'.fwy "11 Wl'1'1 WmmMmmmKWmwmmaBmmWmmBSVKf'f i1.11' ' . ' . ' .' i i" '' 'g. L'.M '" '' ' '- ' '. J j l '"J." ' ' "X. .: ir Ne. 8. ' l.v t ;-sai8ms ii nA vtmmnnciiMr k .. v-!-.:' ArrKtf - ' . -"-.tv- n r i a. h h . h m m m m . h h m m m hv m m i a mis- i aav v m ZHf WW '' V-Y4 - I - a - r " H . " Veil 14. " - -' BIMMONS UNlVWWriT AMLBNBj TBXAS NOVBMBBR 9 !. r nifLll" lllll Al u I l U. ; IllllLV' '.' Uillli ri Hirnarnrariii mrniun ur inr miivir rniuH X k. rM' V r r. V i. i .. K vfi . 7X n T.-3 '.: iy' "I JV r f f ..V '. -4 w. 'V '. t-vw "j " r U ir- & ijw '. if w :.- kfv.- I'vt. I - SEW m n Open Range By Nell Bowell And wo get a holiday. An the folks back home would say "It is funny to me that we send our chil- dren to school aad then all they do Is get holidays." I usd to think that a holiday' was a laugh on the teacher but new I realize thai it Is the teacher that derives the most benefit that's why all the glamour of a holiday is taken off for me. . ' The Tige...

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

&yT mSamESSSmSStSL MARYHUKDin rAflrr FlOri OXttR CAMTOSIS mm " " ' m lum ataUuuuuuSW hntto. Ltfh-A m LLaafmtaL LdBkad alV' amI - - JMfg IPMIV PVDUHW PWT iWnw 1 BOTVt jUUl Pfflun Pin tiuhluuu) Ihtorust of W omtXMrmHky. im ' i mm !"' r Yes I'm going home too. Now why is it that we celebrate Novem- ber 11th T Oh yes that is when Sim mens U. beats Trinity isn't it? It is a great burden to the home-folks I'll have to admit for us to have a holiday for the boys and girls just in- sist on going home. C I. A. Denton has enrolled 46 students this Semester who have re- ceived scholarships. Of these it are honor graduates two received scholar- ships from the State Fair and one Jaui Mrit maMw Jum SI ISPS st the postoffkse Mt of Mures 3 1879. . Pur Xw- Pur Ttouu 42.00 - .75 from tho Federation of Women's clubs. The Lasso-0 !C IW ?: MfC fcjjj hju & ty MttuWuf Tma IutureolIegHHe Press Association. Cwifw Qffiee Room 106 Science Building. Dowutown OffJee Abilene Prktiag 'and Stationery Co. A...

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

M' THE SIMMONS BlUMD ? .wf;. . feT'.i W iCii AJ J - & 5r-. s & ?:t: L '. a s T ? Wkr I lHKUL. Ill IK- I heL I Jifta& shman Player threatens Solo Surviving 1929 Tennis Squadman "Spider" Corbln tho only member of lost years tennis squad to survive tho' eliminations in tho early winter tournament sponsored by tho athletic association is at present the biff favorite to win the tournament honors. Corbin by dofcating Bob McCollum George Glazner and Bog- ges has become a semi-finalist. Tho other two men that havo defeated all contenders thus far are Elmo Lowe and Dan Steakley. Lowo won his way into tho semi-finals by downing Stuart Scott and Anderson. Stcakloy a freshman hero has staged a brilliant uphill battlo tho entiro routo and bids fair to replace his brother a member of last year's team. Stcakloy defeated Codgell Melton) and Wncelcr. In defeating WJieeler a last year's squadman Steakley exhibited a combination driv- ing and chopping attack tha't will af- ford a great dea...

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

i MM v ji . -W J.L Tf f - . V V J. I : f - Hosiery Special Very Sheer AH Silk Fully Fashioned Chiffon o Service Weight How ith Fancy Htels and Clocks Thm Fifth Avenue 173 Pino St Dial MBBWWWBBWBHHHHWMJtMltllUlilUM In Your Stroll of .the Evening Think of that Collegiate Top Coat Awaiting You At . ' $20.00 to $30.00 Ward Clothing Company MBllllHIIBIlHaMUUIUnilMllllllllllllllllllllllllHHHBBHHHUUmMiUMlW Jf Wag - -v- I . Soon 1 "Hollywood Revue'.' 25 Stars 200 in 'cast- Greatest entertainment ever offered on stage or screen.- ;J rr v :r.;--'i'-. .' oyc -A . wism." tar i-. aaaaaaaaaaam. . i . WMX&miiV v'l'-u "taaaaaaaaMsV : T-:B .TTT V 'iftaflBaaWaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaY i5 ik BSt Ssk7 T.V- ' v j k- . J .-v-.-: A DAY - r 1 HX.D. TO B P'l ' ' k..t MILLION $1.49 Values Up To 2.95' 8316 "Weary River" gave you the promise of a new and greater Barthclrricss. Here is it's fulfillment! Smashing drama and gloriqus music in Dick's first ALL-TALK1NG triumph. Also Hear "TKe Constabule" - All-Ta...

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

: je firomansBraitu is ' M : uk t SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXAS NOVEMBER H li39. Ne 9 IV V aV-" i ri r i 3 Open Range '.My Ne SeweM Of imria Iharia ara titan tv nf vm i .. -T rr-;":: y. ":.-' .-?.- urn um we are quhib out 1 nave .tat heard a story of real dead head- liaas that may satisfy some of you v. in yow' qwtet for ;coolance. In sjgventmefit 113 gkl student handed ia a teat papar with exactly avastt-six mistakes en the four 'pag; Tlie Mistakes Included incer reet spelMag peer grammar falsa eaaJtaMsaUen practically ro punctua- 13 fle.afcd there were very few Bnt eeea that were not Incomplete. t ' The play era wlah you to use your Imagination in swing tho netting for their plays. Really our Imagination Will .seen be badly overtaxed if they do not'improve on the property oyer m the .chapel building. s. 'i It was kinda Sard to Imagine the battle field of Lee and Grant with a mounted cowboy chasing a bally steer through the opening into the tent Rcr member that night T And It wa...

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

SLmmi THE SMM0N8 BRAND PIV JWP fcfl HU h y wypc mAHAtd iwr Setardav eWhw the school Year by Chefc k lU ferienet ef Simmers University. . AWilWWKlff Mil natter Jaae 22 1898 at tho postoffice &e aet ef Marak 3 1879. SulawHuion Per Year iStJBripUa PerTerm 42.00 - .75 ' -n Member of Texas Intercollegiate Press Association. Caaptu Office Room 106 Science Building. Dewatowm Office Abilene Printing and Stationery Co. i-- " tr In Chiefs. Mrnn'ntitii Fii'f ir 5prfc MHchmge Editor . See- Club Editor EDITOIUAL STAFF Jack Scott Georce Glazner JEdcak S. Keefe ..:.w. E.'L. Howard BUSINESS STAFF it H i ' aSvMvwfK &Uwne&$ JuondKCr i ..Nina Landers -Fay Thomas Ji P. Walter Jr. FROM OTHER CAMPUSES In the United States today there are only seven undefeated and. untied major ioolball teams in college ranks. Texas Christian University's Horned Frogs are one of those teams. The Homed Frogs rank in that grotfp as the best defensive club and fourth In scoring. ' "Peruna" the nationally famous "...

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