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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 21 March 1936

mm. i l: s . . -. v-. . o March 21 193d THE BRAND Pfe tkrt ill PROFESSORS BOW TO INTRAMURAL1STS Out-Pointed But Not Out-Roughed Floundering Faculty Quintet Loses To Mermaids 25-27 In Torrid Fete Many Stars Shine Brightly As Squads "Wage War For Supremacy Out-pointed but not out-roiiKlied Ilni'din-Slmmoiifl floundorinu; fnculty fivesonic went down to n henrt-brenk-Injr defent hero Monday evening. The Mormnlds tabulating stalwarts of the current intrnmural lenftuo did the job. They out-scored the pcdnKORiies for tbe first timo in two years but they received more than their por- tion of the blnck eyes bruised hips and skinned knees. The final score was 35 to 27. A nip-and-tuck battle ensued up until the last five minutes when the intrn mural five pulled abend to place the Kamc in the icebox. Versatility was exhibited by tlio untrained Profs in a first half war by keeping nt bay most of the time mid often leading; the strone; and practiced student floor- men by several points. Led by Fr...

Publication Title: Brand, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 21 March 1936

sjwsiL' .J PWt3ra 'TWffi ; 'ft i - v l 'i Pf Fawr THE BRAND March 21 193 m K K j I' fe M Local Language Chub Molds' Festival In Hilton Ballroom Language dab of Hardln-Slmmons university joined McMurry and Abi- lene Christian colleges In a colorful banquet last Saturday evening in the crystal ballroom of the Hilton hotel. A Mexican theme was featured in all decorations. Spanish music and a Spanish play given by Hardln-Slmmons and McMurry groups added color to the Mexican setting. Rev. Fr. Harry Knufer Catholic priest talked on "Cultural Aspects of the Antique Languages." Mrs. J. Ernest Grissom presented a travel talk on .Mexico telling of visits into the Interior of Mexico D. P. where she spent a summer. Contribution of the clubs to the program included n Latin stunt from Christian college students n Greek myth from the Classical club of Har-din-Simmons "German Interpreta- tion of the Classroom" from Christian college and French songs from Hardln-Slmmons. Tho McMurry string quartet R...

Publication Title: Brand, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 28 March 1936

.' v t I! II II m m ii n SENIpR EDITION SENIOR EDITION - - VOL. 20 HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXAS MARCH 28 1936 No. 25 m? Brand : 4. Jane Guinn Is Crowned Hardin-Simmons Queen Murphy Presents Scepter; Favorites From Other Schools Attend; Reception Follows Modernistic Ceremony Jane Guinn was crowned queen of Hardin-Simmons students in a mod- ernistic coronation last night in the university auditorium. She received the crown and scepter from Elton Murphy president of the Student association. Miss Guinn who is the daughter of Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Guinn 897 Grape street was attended by class favorites special attendants and visiting roy- lty from other colleges in town and the local high school. The processional "Sword and Lance" a march and selections from "Sylvian Ballet" were played by the Cowboy bond. Vernon Ycarby senior in the university presided as master of ceremonies After tho entrnncc of tho queen and the crowning ceremonies Dorothy Mnch Anion violinist -played "In Ellz...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 28 March 1936

. 'V ... y ' . ' ' .Z ..!' '"fV- ' fi . 1 i March 28 1936 THE BRAND !!' . IMM Tl p at .- - ft B6- r - & tr life m Hm ft w. a. 85? "j? sr & J. f i. . MX?-W raiftA m;. M'S.--' SrtJS7 Mi 7 cc Jf.Jt v . .MHV-Iri (Blc Vrmtd A weekly college newspaper published every Saturday during the school year by the Hardin-Simmons Press Club In the interest of the Student Body of Hardin-Sim-mons University. Entered as second class mail matter Juno 22 1017 at the Postoffice at Abilene Texas under act of March 3 1912. crafetw CAMPUS COMMENT Dear Editor: In rosnonse to the lovely nrirumcnt written about (girls' gym classes the girls nml boys of Hardin- I Simmons would like to inform that party of sweet Subscription Price per year. .$2.00 Editorial Office: First Floor Ablleno Hall 1302 Univer- sity Drive. Downtown Office: 241 Hickory Street. Telephones 7211 0r 5761 GAINES SIIULTS Editor D. F. McOAUTY JR Business Manager Ccarlcy Kinard Associate Editor Si AUUmgton jvssociaic mur Mack Mnchcn Sport...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 28 March 1936

4 iW7?V jO ' ' -: ivV Mr March 26 1936 THE niUND Pitt Ttifti: ?VL--( v:. - f -j fi i ' - .. $fci- H i. ; n FIRST WEEK OF Kimbrough Whips Stiff Session ;. May Wind Up Practice With '''". Colldgiate Football vf Game Nearly 50 Hardln-Slmmons foot- ball aspirants round out their first weok of spring training today ns Coach Frank Kimbrough'a athletes ."turn out for a heated session devoted to tackling blocking and passing capped-off with squad scrimages. Prior to Monday most of the group has been working out three nftcrnootts ench week for tho past thrco weeks. The -training period beginning this week will last until late in the spring and may be concluded with u colle- giate football game. "As soon as every player on the squad learns his assignments and can execute them wo will conclude our spring drills" Kimbrough said. "With ' games with Baylor and Texas A. & M coming up early in the fall every boy will need to be in good condition and know all of the plays." Stress Fundamentals '...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 28 March 1936

. Y .. & Page Foar ' THE BRAND March 28 1936 i ' 4 R ..&. y :i nL:4k4 W&- wmviiiiiui rucuuitt VUOl Begins Work On Texas Play Slimes Make Plans For April Banquet "Tho Last Hope" threo net histori- cal drama by Dr. Rupert N. Richard- son Vice-president of Hardin-Slm-mons will bo presented In a Centen- nial pageant staged In the university auditorium tho night of April 21. Casting In tho play which will in. ludo 40 roles wojC begun this week' by Don Gayer and Edelweiss 'Jenkens co-directors. Assistant directors. nro Freddie Sue Bloxom Doris Cassle Elizabeth Cox and Frances Couch. Tho program will bo In two units tho historical play and a pagennt rcvuo of nationitlitics connected with Texas history .under tho direction of Miss Gertrude Wnrmack physical ed- ucation instructor. More than 100 students will bo in the rhythemic groups which will in- clude pirates Indians Mexicans Spaniards French people of tho Re- public pioneers rangers Confeder- ates negro slaves and military p...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 4 April 1936

i JUNIOR EDITION JUNIOR EDITION k..- VOL. 20 HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXAS APRIL 4 1936 No. 26 mhp Brand Two Attractions On Artist Course Signed For 1936-37 Mcrcado's Tipica Orchestra To Appear Here In November Musical Units Featured 'Grainger Concert Pianist Will Be Presented In February Contracts for two outstanding art- ist attractions of the musical world to appear on the Hardin-Simmons university artist course for the 193G- 37 season were signed this week Gib Sandcfcr manager said jeslcrday. The first booking for the annual course arc Mcrcado's Tipica orchestra and Percy Grainger Australian-born concert pianist. Mcrcado's Tipica orchestra the only Mexican musical group of na- tional prestige and recognition begins its initial extended American tour next season and will appear at the ' university auditorium late in Novem- ber. Grainger is scheduled to appear here next February 12. On NDC Network Tho Mexican group conducted by Angell J. Mcrcado is tho same or- chestra n...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 4 April 1936

Ui-WH v r' )khf -vW. ' v r ' 'fi i v .' iff" - .. ti' PfTir THE BRAND April 4 19M v - if ' lAi"5 JwtHi & - L . .. Mr " I- I f- r. ra & u-? ift." A V- n: t tf IA Pft 3Vtt .w tf.'fc'H' at "T ' -V TJi'tU' L Wi 5 Vratth A weekly college newspaper published every Saturday during the school year by the Hardln-Simmons PressH Club ia the interest of the Student Body of Hardin-stm-aons University. Entered as second class mall matter June 22 1917 at the Postofflce at Abilene Texas under net of March 3 1912. Subscription Price per year $2.00 Editorial Office: First Floor Abilene Hall 1302 Univer- sity Drive. Downtown Offico: 241 Hickory Street. Telephones 7211 0r 6751 GAINES SHULTS Editor D. P. McGARTY JR Business Manager Cearley Einard Associate Editor Si Addington Associate Editor Mack Machen Sports Editor Fay Morrison Society Editor Hoyt West uesic jsuuor Burton Shelton Copy Editor Willard Foster Asst. Business Manager Wr.yno Petty Finance Manager Sarah Elizabeth Cox Columnist Koeni...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 4 April 1936

5HT m y i.f i n t ; - id?; i April 4 1936 THE BRAND Pat 11m COWBOY SQUADS WAGE GRID WAR TODAY PS V ..r Better Dairy Products Ui ( ' SERVE -w . 3 Future Grid Champions Clash for Practice Hardin-Simmons 1030 football huskies shown below clash this afternoon in a regulation in- trasquad game. Coaoh Kimbrough will have his boys continue meeting every Saturday hereafter .as a warm-up for the tough -12-game schedulo next fall. "They Taste fatted ICE MILK BUTTER AND ICE CREAM Serving Hardin-Simmons Patrons and Friends Daily FF- $- 4 ON yi -iiiiimii nmm m hi t ft ia ' 1? TO. 4"3 & .4 v i ??&cJ '. I fj 1 rv t k' M stJP7 wi. 3b r r ' . U id?' ; ' 1 fcH ' ' Kjmbrough Picks Matched Elevens For Regular Tilt Battle Begins At 2:30; Fans Are Invited To Witness Scries Opener WAR will virtually bo declared in Cowboy stadium this after- noon. Coach Frank Kimbrough hurls two evenly matched teams picked from the ranks of GO brawny aspirants for the 103G grid machine at each other's throats in a ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 4 April 1936

K vi "I i iv ; f i I- Psge Foar THE DltAND Large Response Indicated For Senior Day At ff.-S. U. Hundreds of high school students throughout this area of West Texas will converge on Abilcno April 25 to join in the third annual school senior day program at Hardin-Simmons uni- versity. Acceptances to dnto to invitations sent through the mall throughout dis- trict 17 of tho Texas Baptists' W. M. U. indicate a record-breaking attend- ance for 1030 Mrs. C. C. Stewart general chairman and Mrs. J. E. llur- nam secretary of the sponsoring or- ganization said this week. Visit Other Schools Groups of Abilcno women have vis- ited three nssocintionnl meetings to ask co-operation of members in ex tending tho invitations to the seniors in high schools throughout their dis tricts. Mr. Burnam Mrs. J. B. Buckley Mrs. D. W. Arnctte Mrs. J.'R. Fielder and Mrs. J. L. Anthony spent Thurs- day in Putnam where they attended a mission Btudy institute which was held under auspices of tho Callahan W. M. U. as...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 18 April 1936

"y-l N THE SOPHOMORE EDITION NEWS TIPS: Pageant . Senior Day Terry First In Support of Hardin-Simmons Abilene and Texas Centennial .Page 1 ..Page 1 -Page 3 Young ' Democrats ..Page 1 mp ratio VOL. 20 HISTORICAL High School Seniors Invitations Mailed To 7000 Students In West Texas Area Two Hour Program To Begin At 10:00 In Parramore Stadium Barbecue For Visitors Exhibits And Football Game Will Entertain Guests Seven thousand personal invitations were mailed this week to high school seniors of West Texas soliciting their attendance at the annual high school senior day to be held here next Sat- urday April 25. Last year more than 3000 seniors were present at the af- fair and early indications point to an even larger number this season mem bers of the committee in charge of arrangements said this week. The day's program is scheduled to begin at 10 o'clock in tho Cowboy sta- dium. Entertainment by the Cow- boy band one-net plnys by the speech department mass tumbling and acro- batic stun...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 18 April 1936

w .xs'zfo: ifi A. Pt Tw THE BRAND April 18 1936 iJ - O x 'V -' 'L u w i ! !( Kr- lv ii" It'- i. ' fe" 0 :ili! : fe . WSfa'. ..yr . - !. ti'ft.V - I k'' .' .28& fcffoft 'MiJH . ' tv iV j .ft1' QJljc UrattLi A weekly college newspaper published every Saturday during the school year by the Hnrdin-Simmons Press Club In the Interest of the Student Body of Hardln-Slm-mons University. CTOREOT CAMPUS COMMENT Entered as second class mail matter June 22 1017 at the Postofflce at Abilene Texas under act of March 3 1912. Subscription Price per yenr. $2.00 Editorial Office: First Floor Abilene Hall 1302 Unlver- slty Drive. Downtown Office: 2U Hickory Street. Telephones 7211 or 5751 GAINES SHULTS . . u. f. Mccarty jr. Editor Business Maunder Cearley lvinnrd Associate Editor Si Addington Associate Editor Mack Mnchcn Sports Editor Kay Morrison Society Editor lloyt West Desk Editor Burton Sliclton Copy Editor Willnrd Foster Asst. Rusincss Manager Wayne l'otty Finance Manager Sarah Elizabeth Cox ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 18 April 1936

' I. ' 1! I '1 I April 18 1936 TIIK MIAND Pt Tlira 1 1 i' ' TERRY WILL ENTER JAVELIN AT DRAKE 'S- Better Dairy Products SERVE Vi fir - aui'MKi P IJIIUIJ.II Cowhand To Leave Wednesday Morn T For Iowa Events Buffaloes Cannot Play Spring Game Co-Leaders Of 1936 Cowhands Action shots show Pete Tyler hack and Elton Murphy Mar tackle who were recently chosen hy their teammates to lead the next seasons very strong Rancher aggregation on Its equally difficult schedule. Itoth will be seniors next year. "They Taste Belter" ICE MILK BUTTER AND ICE CREAM Serving Hardin-Simmons Patrons and Friends Daily A "J .- Until After May 15 . W'l P aw ii- ty ho -of re vn as ' et ti- -iid hu ' Ills ide on" A i re ice ns 0)11 ou lllll the ' rry uy per md out ou ior- ath akc Dry her '.CI10 inlc is- A : i. ob- VOf Dth will . i and lien .vitli ship ' of day ' ' 4 acc- icar-. in a lynin dusk ifles only- uss. ;.V-i ! -'( i ' . I s of lored trod ly in and y - of n i and . ; "r V 1 aro ( an.l stood & "; eyea. -...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 18 April 1936

Page Four THE BRAND April 18 1936 Mass Band Concert Concludes Contest Vandercook Presents Cups And Medals To Bands And Soloists Two-tiny session of the ninth nn- nual West Tcxns high school bnnd contest In which 20 bands participat ed concluded last Saturday night with n massed bnnd concert conduct cd by II. A. Vandercook supreme judge of the tournament. Following the concert Vandercook awarded lov ing cups to winning bands and solo medals. Signal honors in the event were won by the Eagle band of Abilene high school which group was award- ed the grand prize sweepstakes trophy along with the marching and concert trophy in the Clnss A division. The Abilene junior high bnnd also direct- ed by R. T. Bynum won trophies In their division of playing and march- Ing. This win is the second consecutive of the Englcs in the rncc for the grand prize trophy which must be won three out of five years before it can be re- tained permanently. Last year the prize was won jointly by Abilene and Wink b...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 25 April 1936

uv " 8Th.P First In Support of Hardin-Simmons Abilene and Texas Centennial NEWS TIPS: Senior Day .. Terry Drake -Organ Editorial . Football Tonight . Page 1 Page 3 Page 2 Page 1 I )L. 20 HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXAS APRIL 25 1936 No. 28 3000 SENIORS THRONG H. S.-U. CAMPUS ? r V1 'v Brand t Potential 5000 To Witness Battle Between Cowboy Hopefuls Fray To Climax Six Weeks Of Torrid Practice Sessions Admission Is Gratis Stars Of Fracas Likely To Land Berths On 1936 Regulars MILD did you sny? . . . Marathon was a tremendous pink tea affair. . . . Thermopylae just another fiesta un- der auspices of the ladies' aid . . . and even the Alamo (heretofore tops for gory blood-lettlnirs) after like com- parison also fades into the paper doll party class. War . . . unequnled before in spec- tacle and slaughter ... is billing for tonight. It's all coming about be- cause of an intrasquad game. Gun- ning for jobs on next fall's champion Cowboy eleven nearly 50 Hardin- Simmons gridiron pr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 25 April 1936

W r V . - $ -. Vr' -A Page Two THE BRAND April 25 1936 It 5 GJhe Irmtfc A weekly collego newspaper published cvory Saturday during the school year by tho Hardin-Simmons Tress Club In tho Interest of tho Student Body of Hardln-Slm-mons University. CURRENT CAMPUS COMMENT Entered as second class mall matter June 22 1917 nt the Postoffico at Abilene Texas under ttct of March 3 1012. Subscription Price per yenr $'2.00 Editorial Office: First Floor Abilene Hall 1302 Univer- sity Drive. Downtown Office: 241 Hickory Street. Telephones 7211 0r C751 GAINES SI1ULTS Editor D. P. McCAltTY JIl Business Malinger Ccarlcy Kinnrd Associate Editor Si Addington Associate Editor Mack Machcu Sports Editor Fay Morrison Society Editor Hoyt West Desk Editor Burton Shelton Copy Editor Willard Foster Asst. Business Manager Wayne Petty Finance Manager Sarah Elizabeth Cox Columnist Kocnig And Sclfridgc Exchange Editors Reporters: Margaret Anna Hart Mary Zilla Tur- ner Kacheal B. McDonald S. J. Briggs S. J. Whit...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 25 April 1936

. r few fyjWfyX '. i i ' 1'f April 25 1936 THE BRAND NftTtaM W SPEAR TOSSER MAY REACH OLYMPICS Terry Competes In Drake Relays tinal Round Today Makes Trip To Des Moines With Two-Man Team From Tech With n trip to the Olympic try-outs in store for the winners Alton Terry Hnrdln-Simmons onc-mnn track team is hurling the javelin nt the Drake relays today in Dcs Moines Iowa. Tnklnj three of his six throws in the preliminary yesterday morning his distances (exact figures not avail- able) won him n placo in today's final round. Leaving the Cowboy camp at noon Tuesday Terry joined Coach Bcrl Huffman of Texas Tech nnd his two man track team John Case two-miler nnd Maurice Cowan pole Vaulter. From Lubbock the groan continued to the relays by automobile. In practico earlier this season Terry lias exceeded by several feet the meet's present javelin record 210.74 feet set in U)35 by Panther of Iowa. The former won nt Texas relays recently with n throw of 210.2 Blair of L. S. U. had former- ly he...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 25 April 1936

sS'. Page Four THE BRAND April 25 1936 Fipeshmeini T IHtaM Bamif nnt In WootexiL Hotel Momidlay Annual freshman banquet will be held as a leap year affair Mon- day April 27 in the ballroom of the Hotel Wooten. Pinal lans aro rapidly nearing competition but the themo of the nffnlr Is to be kept nccrct accordlnK to nil! Cherry president of the class. POTENTIAL GRIDIRON CHAMPS LOCK HORNS Deadline for the payment of the fee Is jiot for Monday nt noon. The price Is $1.00 per person and may be paid to any of the follow- ing: Manccll Shaw Ruth Lcc Stuart C. II. Iloyd Jcanell Green and Ralph Glenn. Students Of Young WTAA Features Double Mat Card Prof and Mrs. Emmctt M. Landers nro sponsors of tho freshmen class and nro assisting with tho plans. Committees in charge nre: date committee Fnyo McAuloy chnirmnn Ilillle Gambill Ralph Bernard Dctsy Reeves Julius Geistmnn; financo committee Manccll Slmw chairmnn Ruth Leo Stuavt C. II. Boyd Jcanell Green Ralph Glenn; program com- mittee Rnchnel H. M...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 2 May 1936

Brand latho ;? h- NEWS TIPS: Olsen Anniversary Page 1 Terry Throws Javelin Page 1 Ballard's Record Page 3 Rattle-Brained Players Page 1 First In Support of Hardin-Simmons Abilene and Texas Centennial VOL. 20 HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXAS MAY 2 1936 No. 29 MACHEN AND KINARD ARE ELECTED EDITORS - h "v W -T- University Honors Dr. OlsenAt Close Of Thirty -Third Year Of Service Educator Receives Office Equipment As Anniversary Gift Twenty-ninth Edition Of 1936 Brand Dedicated To Physicist Given Chapel Tribute Mrs. Olsen Also Feted At Ceremony For Veteran H.-S. U. Leader Hnrdln-Simmons university today pnid tribute to Dr. Julius Olsen who this semester completes his thirty- third year of service in the school. One student from Dr. Olson's phy- sics department for each of his thirty- three years here was given opportun- ity of contributing to n fund which was used to completely re-equip nnd re-finish the office as an anniversary surprise to the educator. Walnut furniture was inst...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 2 May 1936

v Mi H. :& &W v "? ?f T" tr c t . 't A'- lV J1 ir .- " Mar 2 1M TUB BRAND tw v . It St Civ Yt Vf. c y.. I... it. It L Hin' v &Vlf- JT i; m ..: IjWk- y J 9tr Irani. TV . V' !i ? J! Jftar Si i? rav i. ' WAV sp -' 1 ;w V J . . . 'V? . :'"' ''If - !V - Kf'-V r: " v. f A Wfuhlf. mM0 Mmm yvblishM every Saturday fariafe elwl Jtar by the Hardln-Slmmona Press CM" ta Hm fatanat ef tfca Stadaat Body of Hardln-Slm- Unrmaity. M aeeead claas mall natter June 22 1917 at the Poatofflee at Abilene Texas under act ef March S 1912. CURRENT CAMPUS COMMENT SnbMription Price per year $2.00 Editorial Office: First Floor Abilene Hall 1302 Univer- sity Drive. Dewatowa Office: 241 Hickory Street. Telephones 7211 Qr 6761 GAINie SHULTS Editor D. P. McCARTY JR. Business Manager Cearlcy Kinard Associate Editor Si Addington Associato Editor Mack Machen Sports Editor Fay Morrison Society Editor Hoyt West Desk Editor Burton Sbelton Copy Editor Willard Foster Asst. Business Manager Wayne Petty Finance Ma...

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