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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 26 September 1936

ftjp rand FIRST IN: Leadership News Interest Circulation NEWS TIPS: Don Cossacks -Pago 1 -Page 4 -Page 1 -Page 3 Alumni News Grid Graph Daniel linker Game Ivj VOL. XXI COWBOYS SET FOR CLASH WITH Radio Equipment Is Ready; Opening Broadcasts Near Four Contact Points Here Will Send Programs Over KRBC Sound System Included Izard Serves As Announcer; Auditions For Talent Will Be Held Installation was completed last Sat urday of radio equipment and a com plete sound system on tho campus The set-up joins four major contact points of Hardin-Simmons university with a central control room and tho studio in the Pine Arts building and connect; with the newly constructed broadcast station KRBC which goes on tho air on or about September 30. Equipment is to be used by radio speech classes taught by Mrs. Wil- liam M. Lewis head of the speech department and for broadcasts from the Cowboy stadium band practice room main auditorium and speech studio located on the second floor of the Fine Arts buildi...

Publication Title: Brand, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 26 September 1936

W s .. ' wy J l-T" PK-Tv THG BRAND "H-- Rr tf i lu I iv I" I Bt; U " fe . IV " 4I H&f v -. J5V-1 : wVr dip Vrmtii A weakly college newspaper published every Saturday d-rhsf the school year by the Hardin-Simmoni Press Clab ia the interest of the Student Body of Hardln-Slm-saoM University. Entered as second class mall natter June 22 1917 at the Postoffice at Abilene Texas under act of March 3 1912. COMMENT Subscription Price per year $2.00 Editorial Office: First Floor Abilene Hall 1302 Univer- sity Drive. Downtown Office: 241 Hickory Street. Telephones 7211 0r 6761 Mack Machen Edtor-in-Obief Jerome Newman Business Manager COLLEGE HABITS A S the school year gains momentum all of us find - ourselves slipping into a groove of regular habits some good and some bad. It is a customary feeling among the newer stu- dents that homo training and teaching is to be dis- regarded in a sudden burst of liberty. With no restraining home influence many feel that they can do as they please. The ho...

Publication Title: Brand, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 26 September 1936

'""t-Mjip 'V TOE BRAND r i 'frM TODD vs McKINNEY FEUD LOOMS FOR WICHITA TILT H.-SM Cowboys Crush D.BC.In Opener Fans Foresee War -Between Two Aces More than just "the Dream Gamo of North Texas" the Hardin - Simmons-Texas A. & M. clash next Sat- urday is speedily developing into a battle between stars. When Dick Todd for tho Farmers and Burns Mc- Kinney for tho Cowboys tako to tho field they will be doing more than fighting for their teams. They will ' also be aiming their touchdowns at each other for undisputed claim to top berth in Southwest ball-toting circles. Today termed n "modern Moses to lead tho fightin' Aggies back from a decade in football wilderness" Dick Todd like Durns McKlnncy is not a now faco to Wichita Falls fans. While McKlnncy was winning for himself tho title of best grlddcr in Wichita high school since the long-ago days of the famed Leo Baldwin Todd was cutting a fancy figure in class B cir- cles for tho neighboring town of Crowcll. Now both boys have their ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 26 September 1936

aBmpi" -'-V y "W&m'&.g&mQi'fitriiirrfl -tr.'!"''.' -wn'wi.7 Page Four THE BRAND GMtt$ nyiim-Ridieroii and (Ghonnley- OversMBieir Wfddlngp Pining Week Marriage of Mildred Rlchcson of Mnnkins and Ivan Flynn of Abilene both graduates of Hardin-Simmons university with tho class of 1035 was solemnized here Sunday morning at 10:15 o'clock. Dr. Millard A. Jen- kens pastor of First Baptist church read tho servico in the parlors of Mary Frances hall at tho university in tho presence of relatives and a few closo friends of the couple. Preceding tho ceremony Elizabeth Juncll played "I Lovo You Truly." She also gave tho wedding music and played accompaniment .for Mnxine liiggs to sing "Because." Tho bride who was given in mar- riage by her father Jcsso Richeson of Mankins wore a navy costumo of light weight wool capo style with gray fox trim. Her accessories were of navy and her flowers a tailored corsngc of Talisman rosebuds. Cousin Is Bridemaid Mary Bell Rlchcson of Mankins a cous...

Publication Title: Brand, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 3 October 1936

X. NEWS TIPS: "College Night" Scries Page 1 Off and On (Sports) Page 3 Five In Who's Who Page 1 A. & M. Game Page 1 FIRST IN: Leadership News Interest Circulation VOL. XXI. HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ADILENE TEXAS OCTOBER 3 1936 No. 4 STUDENTS SWARM WICHITA FOR COWBOY -A. & M. GAME kl .' Brand r I Hello doomed comrades! Somebody said that a enmpus revo- lution once started would be a very beautiful thing. Can you imnglno the Cowgirls firing trench mortors at the football players entrenched in tho ccUars of Smith Hall; the M.F.H. girls sniping at bandmen; the town girls ganging up on all tho remaining boys. No it couldn't happen here it just goes on nil the time so "suttlely" dono that none ever notice. Memory of the trip tt Baylor "Thirty hours of Livid Purgatory." SAGA OF THE WEEK IN Incompleto sentences that save the "all-valuable" space: Miss Huggins innocent new pep squad sponsor worried over the ques- tion "WHY n Cowgirl 7" Squak Thomas bumming nn inhuman amount of snipe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 3 October 1936

TfcT- ufy 4' ' Pg Two THE BRAND K l.-L - fl- Tit- 4 J f ?- h' i? r .. w 1 9 ? 1 3 : f c 1)' Ik y. r iV n w 'h Lr- rtt' s;. tt- t Irani A weekly college newspaper published every Saturday duriaff tke school year by the Hardin-Simmons Press Club ia tke interest of the Student Body of Hardin-Slm-mesi University. Entered as second class mail matter June 22 1917 at the Postoffice at Abilene Texas under act of March 8 1912. Subscription Price per year $1.00 Editorial Office: First Floor Abilene Hall 1302 Univcr- aity Drive. Downtown Office: 241 Hickory Street. Telephones 7211 0r 6751 Mack Machen Editor-in-Chief Jerome Newman Business Manager A GREAT MAN WORTH HEARING GYPSY SMITH undoubtedly the world's great- est evangelist will soon arrive in Abilene to conduct a city-wide non-denominational revival arrangements for which near completion this week. Certainly there has been no greater spiritual per- sonality in Abilene heretofore. Gipsy Smith is known in every country where Christianity h...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 3 October 1936

iti I ' ' i THE BRAND Pf ThtM u 7 it. XI 'T.I WL x 1 " - r " - m Ik & Sk ft " 1. . Oklahoma Bisons Still Undefeated; Gunning for Locals Baptists Hopeful On Seeing Cowboys Lose To Bears Last Saturday SHAWNEE Oct. 2 (Special). The Cowboys have tried riding everything from a Pony to a Bear but it will bo a new experience when they tacklo the Bison on October 0 In the home cor- ral. And it will be new experience for the Oklahoma Baptist university Bison when they invade Abilene next week for their first game with the Hardin-Simmons team. The two teams have never met before. For the Bisons the clash will mark an attempt to keep the record clean for the season. In the two games play- ed thus far the Bisons have scored two touchdowns in both home games and every point after touchdown has been booted by the accurate toe of Floyd Johnson. Bison scouts were more optimistic about the outcome of the game after reporting on the Cowboy loss to tho Baylor Bears. The Oklahoma Baptists realize t...

Publication Title: Brand, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 3 October 1936

SZfgqrr "tiW Pge Foar THE BRAND In Huddle Over Autumn Football Broadcast Here's a few of the grid luminaries slated to play prominent roles when the Coca-Cola football programs are heard over WFAA-WBAP each Friday and Satarday evenings beginning last night. II.-S.U. is Included in the list of eight leading Texas universities to be featured in broadcasts. Standing left to right Pete Caw- thon Tech; Fred Thomsen Arkansas; Dale Drake Crook Adv. agency; Morlcy Jennings Baylor; Ralph Thompson Coca-Cola manager; Dutch Meyer T.C.U. Seated left to right: Jack Chevlgny Texas; Matty Bell S. M. IL and Gerald Mann former S. M. U. star who will head the programs. There'll be a mad scramble for these! Aimuml Fall Reception Meld Teesdaiy to HIaury Praxices Mall issB-H(w-v Reception rooms of Mary Frances hall were packed throughout party hours when the annual fall reception was held Thursday evening to wel- come the new student body of tho school. Preceding tho reception boarding students at the sc...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 10 October 1936

rand tP NEWS TIPS: O. n. U. Game Tonight Page 1 Play-by-Play Angle Tilt Page 3 Reflexions Page 2 Seniors Lead Race .. Page 1 FIRSTIN: Leadership News Interest Circulation VOL. XXI HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY AIHLENE TEXAS OCTODER 10 1936 No. 5 OKLAHOMA BISON INVADE COWBOY FIELD TONIGHT Seniors Nab Lead In Bronco's Race For 'Sweetheart' 62 Per Cent of Class Has Had Pictures Taken For '36 Book Fish In Second Place 59 Per Cent of Freshmen Have Been 'Snapped' In Photo Race Seniors and freshmen had moved fnr ahead of the other two classes in the race for Bronco "sweetheart" when n count of pictures was mado late Friday afternoon. Tho seniors held a slight edge at that time. Final check and figures are unof- ficial but tho senior class held n per- centage of 62 per cent while the fresh- men were holding a close second with B9 per cent for pictures taken. Due to the confusion of tho past week-end an additional week will bo allowed for those who were unable to have their pictures taken this w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 10 October 1936

am figgim: wmm h HBEaa ' - i-n " ' sn ' "7)' . wrf" v ww? ' .r i it1 1 a weaker & 4Lr.. c '- ft ;a" i- '& sc-f . : - V T L rk JV yep Ki - B r :-j ry . ?' BP- r . :si tVrt ." v V PisSU r$r & i?.vr- ' h'''?''.v .-- ;'.l' . r" ' ' : vV W" Jvt4tW o ..' ..tv ?&?- tj. v "o -. r. .'"ft if (Ki! ' . ' t. ' nr$ & THSMLAHB 9tp Inuri. ' fMUh4 avary Saturday MM nhii! year by Mm KanHm-Slmaoaa Pnn ft ft Mmt f the Stadat ledy of Hartfca-Sim- UMfWIllft 4 m iwwd ctaM audi matter Jaae 28 1917. at Mm PwrtefflM at AbikM Texas ader act t March 9 Mil. Sfrtwcription Price per year $1.00 BtejWO: Flrtt Flor AbilM HaU 1802 Unlver- viHy Drive. Downtown Office: 241 Hickory Street Telophases 72H 0r 6761 CURRENT CAMPUS COMMENT MMkHMbNi Mitor-in-Ohief JactMM M ewmaa Bvaineci Manager OAK YOU aUXM THIS MDDLI? IN NEARLY any other collcgo this query would be easily and speedily solved. Indeed you must have a tremendous I. Q. if you are an H.-S. U. student and find the solution in the first paragrap...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 10 October 1936

w.if ' V-. i "'''rW""V3KW3tBBMHBBBBBBBBH - m rTlwKSnflHH " ''-''..-' '''(mhShHBBB ' THEBjtfND &&L -$!& FLUKE PRESENTS A & M Locals Threaten A&MGoalThrice Then Lose Battle With last Saturday's grid spectacle In Wichita Falls seven days past- the Cowboys are still befuddled and amazed over a 60-sccond sequence of events climaxed with an Aggie In- fraction of the rules that broke an almost certain deadlock and allowed time for the play that sent Hardin Simmons down in a 3 to 0 defeat in the last 10 seconds. A field goal on the game's last play from scrimmago by Johnny Morrow bruised Farmer end and acting cap- tain brought the only and winning score as 6000 dazzled North Texas football followers saw their "dream game" fulfilled as promised. Play-by-Play In the first four minutes the Aggies; taking tho kickoff advanced to tho Cowboy 24 to be held for downs. With tho ball on his own 20 Tyler punted 80 yards over tho end-zone taking H.-S. out of hot water. A. & M. o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 10 October 1936

Page Four THE BRAND si A-5. U. Students Hail From 11 States; Texas Cities Send Representatives Students registered in Ifardin-Sim-mons university for tho fall term rep- resent 150 Texas towns and 10 other states. Largest number from one town is 240 from Abilene. Fourteen pupils are from New Mexico. Other states represented ore North Carolina Oklahoma Cali- fornia Arkansas Alabama Iowa Louisiana Tenncssco and Mississippi. Texas cities sending students are: Lamcsa Elbert Talpo Como Kerr- ville Bronte Santa Anna Trinidad Winters Desdemona Loraine Odes- sa Mt. Calm Archer City Graford McCaulley Bomarton Brady Tem- ple Pnducah Mcrkel Victoria As- permont Roaring Springs Wheeler Iowa Park Clyde Klrvin Medicine Mound Palo Pinto Peacock Big Spring. Hooks Swcnson Sylvester Breck- enridge San Angelo Eliasville Flo- mot Chillicothc Childress Dallas Seymour Panhandle Van Horn Bangs Grapevine Coffcyvllle Tub- Oscillograph New Science Addition cola Nolan Haskell Wingatc Bowie Ralls El Paso Notla ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 17 October 1936

&tl Brand NEWS TIPS: Who Made "Who's Who" Pago 1 Saga of Itohumlr Kryl Page 4 H.-S. Plays Tech Netters Page 1 Sports Predictions Page S FIRST IN: Leadership News Interest Circulation VOL. XXI HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXAS OCTOBER 17 1938 No. 6 Cowmen Enjoy Idle Week; Polished For Omaha Trek 28 Squadmen Will Entrain Thursday For Trip To Creighton Before noonday Thursday 28 hard riding rangy Cowboys from Coach Frank Kimbrough's grid-ranch with two weeks' strenuous drill behind them will hnvo donned boots and ten- gallon hats loaded duffle and drink- ing water and will be riding a special train well on their way to Omaha Nebraska. Thcro they will meet tho strong Creighton Blue Jays Saturday afternoon Oct. 24. Not n detail has been overlooked by tho local coaching staff in shar- pening tho Cowboy attack to tho an- ticipated end of toppling tho so-far-undefcated Creightonians on their home field. With no match this week- end nil workout sessions have been concentrated upon ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 17 October 1936

r. h SB J THE BRAND ff pw k w '. 1h w fl R rtf t'Vif frr ft -A l"N. I! Jl J. h h' ? X & 14. kf k ' if SrTi '. I w. k?k. -$ "7 ."" ff wry ntf '" J. . V . . 7" ' Fj. Vn ; l.'i'? ii?" - wt rt ' & ?..i ! B 4 UV if- w ijM Kf E.t .. 150. c . ?: rl1! 'V i imi o M 0? i ' ? fc . - '. ( " T" 8Iflrnb 'A WmsJi & aswsat published every Saturday tafag tk stseal year by the HariUvSlmmoM Press OH ! the kfecaat Mm Stadeat Body of Hardln-Slra- UMVWMJ class mail natter Jam 22. 1917. at the Feetottle at Abileae Texas under act ef Marck 3 1912. CURRENT CAMPUS COMMENT GLORY WANED SO HE LEFT 'T '. fflk... '?:. 7ir " - 1 t Subscription Price per year $1.00 MMerial Office: First Floor Abilene Hall 1802 Univer- sity Drive. Downtown Office: 241 Hickory Street Telephones 7211 0r 6761 MMkMMken Editor-in-Chief JeYOBM Xewaun Business Manager THE FOOL IS NO PATRON Many persons who are at the present timo seeking to add culture and refinement to their learning aro missing raro opportunities to contact s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 17 October 1936

jWtv .i9-nev-'4PPTKSr'JlyP: m Tnrfi ' . vWj-r;' ' !Ffc' pWSfS w" 'jiwfiPAi'v ' v'tt!(W' s - " '' 1 '" "V THE BRAND M YOU WILL FIND 4tUi fl. a 2L Sweet Cream Ice Cream At Your Campus Drug Store RANCHERS RIDE TO SMASHING VICTORY OVER 0. B. U. 'wilsil -. jtK -BB D "" " H J - 'uXiH r mm ffgg8 f ; k ' &. 4 T? 1 s.JtVJy r 1 .T. Baptists Permit Cowmen to Tally In Every Quarter Entire Squad Sees Service In OncSided Affair; Eight Scores By HOYT WEST Turnlnjr the local gridiron Into aomcthiiiB of a race track Hardin- Simmons' Cowhands overwhelmed the Bisons of Oklahoma Baptist univer- sity 62 to 0 last Saturday night nnd kept the slate clean for 1930 homo appearances. AH of Coach Kimbrough's charges saw action against the Oklahomans and displnycd n brand of football that thoroughly outclassed their opponents. However the visitors saw every hope of victory fade early In the first quarter as fate dealt them three de- moializlng breaks. The locals took advantage of each to score a tally and ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 17 October 1936

'' '' ' i li '-t i "I'lniui i uiiMirnTiwiwniiNiNiwwiiifcMim muijw Pate Fewr THE BRAND r f 4 .- ;w" X - n Bohumir Kryl Renown Virtuoso May Boast Varied and Versatile Career Bohumir Kryl noted conductor of tho symphony orchestra which carries his name and world known cornet virtuoso has had a varied career lead- ing up to his success of recent years. Prior to tho organization of his own concert organization 32 years ago Kryl appeared as cornet soloist with the Sousa and Inncs bands for years and with theso bands earned his en viable reputation as a cornetlst which hns remained his until the present day. Previous to this Kryl had been a sculptor and a sketcher of note hav- ing been associated with tho late General Low Wallace. Knows Modesty Typical of only a few master musi- cians of our present day Kryl is prob- ably ono of tho most modest To say that a career of conductorship extend- ing over a period of three decades through many but all bewildering and complicated works that Kryl h...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 24 October 1936

Brand mp NEWS TIPS: Grid-Graph Operates Pago 1 Creighton Game Page 1 Song "Purple and Gold" Page 4 Current Campus Comment Page 2 FIRST IN: Leadership News Interest Circulation HARDIN-8IMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXAS OCTOBER 24 1936 No. 7 VOL. XXI RANCHERS IN OMAHA TODAY FOR CLASH WITH CREIGHTON V Seniors Capture Sweetheart Race For Bronco Page Over Sixty-three Per Cent Class Have Pictures For Yearbook Freshmen Rank Second Over 400 Student Pictures Have Been Made For 1937 Annual Seniors of Hardin-Simmons univer- sity won the honor to select a sweet- heart from their ranks in the Bronco picture contest that closed Saturday October 17. A final check revealed that C3.9 per cent of the seniors had their pictures taken in time to qualify for tho con- test. The freshmen ran a close sec ond with 69.0 per cent while tho juniors held a percentage of 62.1. Sophomores were last with slightly less than half of tho class being pho tographed. They had 49.9 per cent To date a total of slightly over...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 24 October 1936

jin" 9ti iV ftftTw THK BRAND At ifecr;- o ttS.J Wl EV" i b M i ht. V. rf V it V 'As. W l R ! -'4 w &- -1 . hnt Ksr ... . i T J ' 91? Vnutii Aywljy wlkc Mwaafr published every Saturday Aatec tfc nhsol yew by tae Hardia-Simnoaa Press sOM to Mm fatwtat of Mm Stadeat Body of Hardln-SIm- i Uatranlty. M aaeettd class nail natter June 22 1017. at Mm Peetofflee at Abilene Texas under act of March 8 1912. CURRENT CAMPUS I Ilifc'lMWifefc COMMENT pilmai!Pg! Safcacription Price per year $1.00 MMtrial Office: First Floor Abileaa Hall 1802 Unlver- atky Drive. Downtown Office: 241 Hickory Street. Telephones 7211 0r 6751 MMk MMhea . . . Jarcwa Kewman . . . Editor-in-Chief Business Manager A COMMENDABLE RECORD IIARDIN-SIMMONS students both the pedes- triana and the drivers have proved beyond a aouDt that automobuo accidents can bo practically eliminated when drivers and walkers co-operate. When the street through the camnus was naved. faculty members and parents protested that some one would bo ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 24 October 1936

B ..'.? rf fcJ-l THE BRAND . . " A SSK XV HHIMHIMHMUMMIMHIHWIIWlmwtMHWmmiHtHWMmiltWtMtMWmmHWHWHMHI YOU WILL FIND mJ S mcw .HlHIk. .m. fi h 2BBBb.iik y TOS I V r ': k "V r 1; r ;1 "' ! -V -J J FISH VERSUS H. P. C. TenderfeetMeet Jackets Saturday Cowboy Fans Sec Chance Td Lick Wasps Three Times in 1936 Wearers of the Purple and Gold will have more than a solo chance at the Wasps from Howard Payne col- lege this season contracts for two football games between the freshmen Stridden of both institutions were ne- gotiated this week. The Hardin-Simmons frosh and the first year players at H. P. C. are scheduled as the hcadlincr for next week's grid activities in Abilene when they clash on the local field at 2:30 Saturday afternoon Oct. 31. This will be the only game played here next week. The Yellow Jacket aggregation will bo composed of freshmen only even though no distinction is made at Tex- as conference schools between first cyar men and varsity players and probably some of the same boy...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 24 October 1936

sJ'lrWWHWMfciifleaAir -. -i --. 7X .. "" "v- .-r-v- - - - Page Few THE BRAND f) fc gr- l l'. u fc 1 I -4 'J ii State Archeology Meet Here Today Annual Convention To Open This Morning; Notables On Program Texas Archeological and Paleonto- logical Society opens its annual con- vention sessions this morning: at the Hilton hotel at 10 o'clock. Featured speaker of the occasion is Dr. Robert T. Hill of Dallas one of Texas' most eminent geologists. Tlicso meetings aro open to tho pub- lic and all persons interested in this typo of work aro urged to attend. Tho membership includes about 75 people from over the cntiro state and about 25 libraries and museums sub- scribing to tho annual bulletin on the efforts and findings of Texas arche- ologists. Having received favorable commen- dation from scientific investigators throughout the United States the so- ciety has as its purpose the preserva- tion of Texas artifacts before all has been lost to out-of-state museums and curio hunters and to col...

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