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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 13 March 1937

V vw- V '. PtTw I. THE BRAND J 't f & k V. Li r. I f-z.t - Sfi5n- ' "A - ft.- Qty? Irani A weekly college newspnper published every Saturdny during the school year by the Hardln-Slmmons Press Club In iho Interest of the Student Body of Hardin- Simmons University. "m wa ita mw-iih ifajgaiTrnwamiLirn Entered as Second Class mnil matter June 22 1917 at the Postoff ico at Abilene Texas under net of March 3 1012. H REFLEXION . . Subscription Price per year .. .$1.00 Editorial Offlco: First Floor Abilene Hall 1302 Unlver- Bity Drive. Downtown Offlco: 241 Hickory Street. Telephones 7211 or 5751 1 1 M RKPRBttNTID POII NATIONAL AOVIRTItlNa BY NATIONAL ADVERTISING SERVICE INC. COLLSOK PUIU1HUI RIPRtStNTATIVI 4SO MADISON AVK. NEW YORK N. Y. CHICAOO BOSTON BAN FRANCISCO LOB ANOKLKS PORTLAND (IATTLK Mack Machen Editor-in-Chief Jerome Newman Business Manager Burton Shclton Associate Editor Hoyt West Managing Editor S. J. White Sport Editor Si Addington Columnist Ruth Tyler Columnist -Nell Shu...

Publication Title: Brand, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 13 March 1937

"VT" & THE BRAND Pg IhM '. ; rv 4tJL& SUCCESSFUL CAGE SEASON ENDS IN DEFEAT FOR COWBOYS i T f - 3"- & k '! Vf k15K ') '!'! Dallas Loss Ends SeasonFor H-SU Slaton Five Defeats Ranchers 51 to 28 In Preliminary A. A. U. Tourney Bnskotball for Hnrdin-Simmons this senson wns definitely ended this week na Conch Flank Kimbrough's floormcn hung up their sweatsuits nnd tiunks seven of them for the last time. Plans for mi extended cage season woo cut short Inst Fridny night when thu Ranchers pitifully suc- cumbed to the hustling nttnek of the Slnton clmmbcr of commerce quintet in the district A. A. U. tournament nt Dallas t Hnd the Cowmen won the division- al championship nnnexed Inter by the Slnton crew they would hnms ropio- scnted the Southwest in thu national tourney stnitlng tomonow nt Den- ver Colo. Lnst week's defeat wns the first this senson for the vetcian H.-S. U. flooimen. They hnd won sixteen tiffs including victories over Baylor S. M. U. T. C. U. West Texns Stnte nnd ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 13 March 1937

' P ' N V . 1 M hnrnr TKK BRAND --J Dr. Atwood Gives Books To Library Announcement of a substantial con trlbutlon to Hardln-Slmmons' library by Dr. E. B. Atwood professor of Bible February 17 was made this week by Thelma Andrews librarian. Dr. Atwood; already donor of sev eral hundred volumes included in his latest contribution 71 books deal- in? in the main with religion educa- tion and philosophy. Already one of the largest donors to the library Dri Atwood's recent present includes many of the latest books as well as a number of rare and expensive editions. The list follows: Bowie The Master; A Life of Je- sus Christ 1829; Mathews A Life of Jesus 1931; Langer The Practice of Philosophy 1930; Cadbury Tho Mak- ing of Luke Acts 1927; Lyman The Fourth Gospel and the Life -of Today 1931; May Sinclair A De- fense of Idealism 1917; Pratt Mat- ter and Spirit 1922; Gilkey Jesus and Our Generation 1925; May M. Russell How to Produce Plays and Pageants 1923; Burton and Wil- loughby A Short I...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 20 March 1937

t- STta rand I SENIOR EDITION s A VOL. XXI HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXAS MARCH 20 1937 No 24 ANNUAL REVIVAL CLOSES AT CHAPEL PERIOD TODAY BcaaBgMgrmnr'i"i"MJ ...jib EMH(Q! EDITION Proposed Change For Constitution Ratified 424 To 10 Was Easily Two-thirds Vote Of Student Body For Amendment Three New Members Election For Three Vacancies To Be Held Within Two Weeks Voting on the proposed amendment to the constitution of the student as scmbly of Hardln-Simmons university which took place March 13 resulted in the passing of the amendment by a vote of 424-10. This was casly the two-thirds vote of the student body required to chance the constitution. At first it was thought that the voting would have to be postponed because of the campus revival but so great was the desire of the amend- ment committee to put thp motion before the student body that Satur- day's chapel period was turned over to Theo Rigsby president of the stu- dent assembly for that purpose. Since the new amendment...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 20 March 1937

VTWffJ. - t V " - Mir;t rv V"" W '.-W pf asr ffFSK5 rTr3rr v 5 ' j-t. i" hwTwt THE BRAND rw: J... tijf .K j r . i 'St? w. A B" F LV : ft : rt tr If f V kt Irani. A weekly college newspaper published every Saturday during the school year by tho Hardin-Slmmons Press Club in the Interest of the Student Body of Hardin- Slmmons University. Entered as Second Class mail matter June 22 1917 at the Postoff Ico at Abilene Texas under act of March 3 1012. JIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIlllllllli I CURRENT CAMPUS I I t COMMENT rFiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimtiiiiimmiiiiiiiitiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiii?. GRIPPING NOT NEEDED Subscription Price per year .$1-00 Editorial-Office: First Floor Abilene Hall 1302 Univer- sity Drive. Downtown Office: 241 Hickory Street. Telephones 7211 or 6751 RKPNHKNTCD POR NATIONAL ADVSBTISINO BY NATIONAL ADVERTISING SERVICE INC. COLLIOK PUBLI1HIA RIPRKIENTATIVK MB MADISON AVK. NKW YORK. N. Y Chicago ioston N mAHeneo LOS ANOKLKS PORTLAND BI...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 20 March 1937

' '.JK' 7 " ' 'T"-v-- ' ' -'" ' I.U "'.'' J- THE DRAND : v TWERPS WIN INTERAMURAL BASKETBALL CHAMPIONSHIP Rough Riders Lose In Playoff; 38-10 Playing With Only Four Men ' Rough Riders Are Easily Outclassed By MALCOLM IUIIDGES The Twerps emerged champions of the H.-S. U. Intramural League by downing the Rough Riders 38 to 10 in the Corral Wednesday afternoon. The Twerps won the first half of the race and at the end of the second half were tied with tho Rough Riders for first place in that half. In the play- off for victory of tho second half the Twerps were out-roughed by the Rough Riders to the tune of 25 to 23 forcing them into a final playoff. Tho championship game was delay- ed until tho middle of tho week due to a controversy over whether there should bo one or three games whether there should bo four or five players to the team and whether tho games should be played in the Corral or in Marston gym. To the satisfaction of everyone the intramural council came to tho rescue and de...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 20 March 1937

IUWfWW-..m ;--. Pate Few THE BRAND M I? - J.." If I. Listen to This FIESTA By DAY EMERY Wo wonder how many stories Ben- son has told nbout his nick-name "Pcnv'inc." Tho real story has to do with tho time that ho was n boy scout. . . . It's a shame that Betty Miller can't boo her TRUE lovo Ma- huron in his TRUE colors. . . . Some- one should tell John Green tho score and mayho ho would sco what a chump ho is. . . . Ask Fay Morrison and Uo- nita McGahey what kind of litera- ture they wcro reading in chapel Wednesday. . . . We're sorry that a senior like Flo Caldwell had to miss tho junior-senior banquet just becauso her one and only was without tho filthy lucre. ... Ed Cherry certainly does live up to the valentine he got about wrcstllnff on all his dates. . . . Minnie Lou Brown (Choo-Choo) could make tho Choral club if sljo would sing "Elsio Jnnis" for Mrs. Dcaton. . . . Joy Pender certainly did act dif ferently at the junior-senior banquet than she did at tho Cowgirl Bust. She was h...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 3 April 1937

""51?Vf " JJTOIIOR EDIT1ION juranoM EDITION VOL. XXI HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXAS APRIL 3 1937 No. 25 VOICE DEPARTMENT STAGES EIGHTH ANNUAL CONTEST Yearbook Printing 'Till Be Completed By Middle Of April Kinard Promises To Present Annuals Not Later Than May 1 All material for the 1937 Ilronco will be turned over to the printers by next Snturdiiy snys n statement from the Ilronco office this week unci printing will be completed about the 15th of April. Covers for the yembook are or- dered for April 15 and the binding will be completed near the 1st of May according to predictions. Official presentation and dedication of the annual will be made early in Mny Ilronco officials prophesied and distribution to the student body will be effected shortly after the presen- tation. The 1937 Ilronco will be n largqr book than publications of the last several years. An increased feature section of 'J8 pages will be one of the high spots of the yearbook. Other improvements include increa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 3 April 1937

V til w.--" y' -A Vk-ix U 9 J .- -"".;'.. ' -" fage TW THB BRAND .?;- V -'- "T. V1- ' &:"&!. EOtA&AZ. :. v It. itv Ife. sv: ie vv 7' A'. rt? - .1 M &- Ki " o'. t f if . JS Lr- 'j &fe. ' . f-j ' K. IV 'w ' irt 8f rz j.f &.- - -- ift tV '7. & y i : 4 '-f4- - 7r i ! a'lT Ti: A weekly college newspaper published every Saturday during the school year by the Hardln-Slmmons Press Club in the interest of the Student Body of Hardin- lions University. ti M' Second Class mail matter June 22 1017 at the Postoffice at Abilene Texas under act of March 3 1912. .$1.00 gwhwrtpttow Price per year Editorial Office: First Floor Abilene Hall 1302 Univer- sity Drive. Downtown Office: 241 Hickory Street. Telephones 7211 or 5751 RCPKtStnTID FOB NATIONAL. AOVntTiaiNS BY NATIONAlAOVCRTISINO SERVICE. INC. ... &yu?McaCOM.tot pubushcns Riprikntativc '410 MADISON AVK. NEW YORK. N. Y. CHICAOO - OITON SAN mANCUCO - i ANaakcs Portland biattlk Mack Machen Editor-in-Ohief Jerome Hewman...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 3 April 1937

Alton Terry Expected To Set New Javelin Record Today -v j.'Vp'e FV i I?' . -.' it f fe; -( if: ' ' ' Olympian Throws ' Spear At Texas U. Right Arm In Perfect Shape; Cowboy Athlete Is After His Old Mark of 226 Feet 3 Inches Alton Terry Hardin-Simmons' dex- terous Javelin tosser opens his 193? Koasbn this nftcrnoon In Austin at the Texas Itclaya where he will strive to break his own American record of 226 feet 2 and .1-4 inches. The Relays' record of something liko 209 foot should be cosy for the Cowboy member of the 1930 Olympic squad to break. Last year he won the event nt Austin with n toss of 20G feet and 2 Inches. Contrary to early reports Terry departed yesterday with his throwing arm in perfect shape and under fn- vorablo conditions he will more than likely cut another notch on his well ' whittled achievement stick today. The chronological accomplishments of' the Brady spearman ore already nxiomatic to all West Texas but Just to refrpsh the render's memory here's his list of re...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 3 April 1937

"i . J'.r'i.WT -".-"Iv-ftEIy' ' " '-- I '...'' V SWL 1WIT7 - . '" - s - - - .-- -1 l"l'VV I? " '".'- r ; . - V Pf Fmt TOE BRAND - If t -.-! r '! ' IS" I.- -' L4 i; Hi 1'i I r - '.")". V".rJ J-'" ' :v . -- vw Ifci ''-" f.--" I I it - T--I " Ul'i ". j'r A' Radio Draws Mobs In Brazilian Wilds -Bkmnye H. Foreman former H.-S. U. studerit tells of taking the first automobile radio ElectroIux and wlndcharger'into Northern Braill and relates several missionary exper- iences in a letter received by Miss A. M. Carpenter head of religious work on the campus. Mr. Foreman is a missionary for the Southern Baptist Convention in Corrente Brazil. "Almost every night" writes the missionary In his letter "groups of folks como out from the villages to hear tho radio. Last night wo had between ono hundred and 160 for the Christmas radio program. After the program wo usually give them ice cream or something from the Elec- trolux. Wo sometimes laugh until we almost cry at those who try Ice cream for the f...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 10 April 1937

TfpTsfwsvve - ' ' " C . "' i j" VTiv.P -5'.:St -1"H'.W?"-vt"t '-.I "w.1- - ' Hryi'''1fTwl5Wf'Trr''Tf - - -y fj- --. 1 s. SOPHOHORE EDITION SOPHOMORE EDITION VOL. XXI HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXAS APRIL 10 1937 No. 26 BANDS WILL PRESENT CONCERT TONIGHT IN CHAPEL X arte rano n iflBw m ag'iiiMi igBgaawM aaaatt : Ik it to v D! f 'Av "is ' rv W High School Students Will Converge On Campus For Senior Day April 24 Press Club Hears Eminent Alumnus Forty H-SU Journalists Dine In Annual Social Event; Machen Presides Approximately 40 bnnquetccrs of the Hardin-Simmons Press club heard Raymond Foy director of local ad- vertising for the Dallas News speak on "Advertising and News" Saturday night at the Hilton hotel. Foy was introduced by Mrs. Dan Moody of Austin formerly Mildred Paxton first editor of the Brand. Mack Machen president of the organ- ization and editor of the paper was master of ceremonies. Acts were giv- en by Rosa Lee Wilson Juno Mor- gan Billie Sue Sandlin and Paul Smit...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 10 April 1937

vmf WWZ ?W '-; v vv" - v BH'tr1? TUB BRAND i v- . rg"iir Li ... : I hi'" I3& J T fa' u 8T I? Br- i bit? . W im ET -y 2& EZ " ' &'' mu - f ?tr ' " r ." j & JT " Pate Twa A weekly college newspaper published every Soturdny during the school year by tho Hardin-Simmons Press Club In. tho Interest of tho Student Dody of Hardin- Simmons University. Entered as Second Class mail matter June 22 1917 at the Postoffice at Abilene Texas under act of March 3 1912. Sabscriptlon Price per year .$1.00 Editorial Office: First Floor Abileno Hall 1302 Univer- sity Drive. Downtown Office: 241 Hickory Street. Telephones 7211 or 5751 millHTID FOR NATIONAL ADVIKTI1INO BY NATIONAL ADVERTISING SERVICE INC. COLLtSK PUILKHtlta RIPRtMNTATIV 410 MADIION AVE. NEW VOHK N. Y. CHICASO BOTON BAN FRANCISCO I.O ANOILKS PORTLAND BIATTLI Mack Machen Editor-in-Chief Jerome Newman Business Manager Burton Shclton Associate Editor Hoyt "West '. Managing Editor S. J. White Sport Editor Si Addington Columnist ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 10 April 1937

TV' iter' 'Hfw-r ; J?rr5 "irvpfti wB """ " VA-" v7pF .wj -pi?i-ktjprj t v5j5n:j. f i-fu .VL5 ." tf-1 t v THE BRAND Pftf IWm 4 V COWBOY METIERS WILL PLAY BAYLOR IN WICHITA FALLS JflPii&rrvf ?y- 7 ' VTpf-'-j State Champ Holds Bruins' No. l'Slot In Singles Division Hardin-Simmons Net Team Risks' Undefeated Year i In Saturday Event Next competition for the undefeat- ed Hardin-Simmons tennis team will be Baylor university's ncttcrs to be encountered next Saturday in Wlch ita Falls under auspices of the Wich ita Falls Tennis club. The Bears with Harold Flckett state junior champion as their chief threat will be by far the most for mldablc opponents of the Cowboys to date' Coach M. M. Ballard says. Fickctt will team with Steve Pow- ers former Wichita Falls doubles ti- tle holder to form the first doubles team for Baylor. Cotncr and Mc- Clcary will complete the Baylor squad. Victors Over A. C. C. Power of the Bruins was exhibited when they recently defeated the Abi- lene Christian colle...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 10 April 1937

fUTSTii-T 'Mllft?.AY.i.aJSfei --.. ft r lf .. " ' t Page Paw THE BRAND si My Sophomores Schedule Late Show As Climax of Banquet Climax of the nnnunl sophomore class banquet May 1 will bo n Into "'moving picturo show at tho Para- mount theatre Tex Allen class presi- dent announced Friday after secur- ing approval of R. N. Richardson vice-president of tho university. Plans arc being made for tho en- tire group attending tho banquet to go to the theatre in a body immediate- ly after tho regular program and din- ner in an Abilene hotel ballroom. Allen also stated that tickets for the banquet would be good for admis- sion to the show provided prlco of theatre admission was paid in addi- tion to the cost of the banquet plate. Arrangements nro being mndo to se cure reduced prices of admission for the large group. Tho Paramount theatre has been asked to htart its midnight program at 11 o'clock the night of the ban- quet enabling tho students to return to the campus earlier. Mary Frances hal...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 17 April 1937

h rana NEWS TIPS: Journalists to Press Congress Pa Re 1 High School Senior Day Plans Page 1 Senior Gift Editorial Page 2 Terry to Kansns Itclays . -Page 3 FIRST IN) Features News Interest Circulation 1 ."I 4 ifi VOL. XXI HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVER8ITY ABILENE TEXAS APRIL 17 1937 No. 27 3000 SENIORS PLAN INVASION OF H.-S. U. CAMPUS FOR ANNUAL FROLIC AND FIESTA Customary Interest Lacking As Student Mingus And Selfridge Toss Hats In Ring For Prexy Customary election fire and enthu- siasm apparently arc lacking as the first week for nominations of student officers draws to a close. Bill Mingus and Frank Selfrldgo aru the only candidates so far for student president election to be held during the annual political picnic in May. Only candidate for vice-president is Gerald Jarvis. Avery Lee has been nominated for place No. 1 on the student council while Mack Alexan- der is running for place No. 2. In the race for yell leader place No. 3 are Bonnie Gubler and Melton "Rosie" Teague. Morris "Tommy...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 17 April 1937

liwpwww mmSau '' - i . :&' .t ' " . P ' TMBBBAND nzzzzi HV- I?. I re. I R5 jf ?ji &s ";: .4 . r . rT . ii r r 1 " ? (Up Vomit 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 8imMM University. Entered u Second Class mail matter June 22 1917 at the Fostoffice at Abilene Texas under act ' of March 3 1012. SaWriptlen Price per year $1.00 lW. 111! .n. !! !. .W.I.. Edttorial Office: First Floor Abilene Hall 1302 Univer- sity Drive. Downtown Office: 241 Hickory Street. Telephones 7211 or 6751 nimTB POM NATIONAL ADVDtTKINa BY NATIONAL ADVERTISING SERVICE. INC. COLLI! PUSLiaMUIS RIPMHKNTATIVI 410 MADISON AVE. NRW YORK N. Y. CNICASO BOITON BAN FRANCISCO LOB ANBBLU PORTLAND BKATTLI MaokXaohea editor-in-Chief Jerome K ewman Business Manager Burton Shclton Associate Editor Hoyt West Managing Editor S. J. "White Sport Editor Si Addington Columnist Ruth Tyler Columnist Nell Shults Colu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 17 April 1937

yv r ?' ;3 rrp; -i . irl" ' - I. U' . ."itf .'; THE BRAND Paffalirt' -uiifili its i. COWBOYS BOOKED TO PLAY LOYOLA UNIVERSITY OCT. 8 t M 4 Vj & :V i.V . . ? . Cowboys Get Two Journeys To Coast Game To Be Played At Night In Los Angeles; Lions Are Expected To Have Extra Tough Team Hardin-Simmons Cowboys will play tho Loyola university Lions In Los Angeles next fall on Friday night Oct. 8. Announcement of this game was officially made from the West Coast Monday morning when the ath- letic department of the California school released its 1037 football schedule. Definitely closed for several weeks contract for the early October tussle ' has been in the hands of Dusiness Manager Gib Sandefcr but had not been revealed pending completion of the Lion card. This gnme gives tho Ranchers two trips to California next seaBon. They are slated to meet Fresno State in Fresno Col. on Armistice Day. For the oast three seasons the Loy- ola bill has included the Texas Tech Matadors who incidentally ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 17 April 1937

' Pag Fer THE BRAND Is the Youth of Today Realty Modern? Famous Writer Doubts It Seriously! Is the youth of today really mod- ern in oil of his Ideas? Decidedly yes at leas); In most of his views. Though If you were to spend a day In an artist gallery and listen to the comments made about the art of to- day you would most probably bo sur- prised. Twentieth century people like their fun food and drink but In most cases they stick to their stained glass at- titudes concerning what real art Is. They express hatred to tho modern artist's "new heaven of copybook symbols." After reading Kootz' "Modern American Painters" a modern youth would write to a fictitious person tho following: "If I had the slightest desire to become an artist and paint these unusual modern pictures it would be extremely difficult. It would be dif- ficult because I was not fortunate enough to be born in France which is the breeding ground for nil that has been most significant in modern painting. Prance seems to be...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 24 April 1937

Brand mm Circulation 2SOO Copies WELCOME SENIORS VOL. XXI HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY. ABILENE TEXAS APRIL 21 1937 No. 28 GRIDDERS LOCK Intra-squad Bout Concludes Spring Football Training Fray To Climax Six Weeks Of Gruelling Practice For Cowboys Admission Is Gratis Campus .Visitors Are Invited To Attend Feature Attraction By IIOYT WEST (Brand Associate Editor) Every spring just about the time the grass greens and the birds start warbling football players around these parts turn their thoughts to the closing chapter of that nerve- straining strength-sapping annual ordeal spring training. On about this date every April when high school seniors come To town the boss of the Cowboy camp divides his crew in twain puts blue Jerseys on one group and gold shirts on the other. Orders arc given for "brother" to fight "brother." Kick-off at 3:30. The two teams will line up on the sod of Hnrdin-Slmmons stadium this afternoon at C;30 o'clock and at "the sound of the referee's whistle charge forth ...

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