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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 23 February 1935

i 1 ' J u ;" k K& y fc ft & 'J; t I- i K fi .- l l B& it p - ' ARTIST COURSE MARCH 7 VOL. 19 GRADUATING Artist Course To Juniors Plan Kid Party Fun Food Females Frolic Scheduled Old-Fashioned Games and Music Will Furnish Amusement "Fun frolic food and females" is the program for the Junior class kid party which Is to be held in Marston Gym Monday night according to Vernon Yearby chairman of the pro- gram committee. Ice cream cones lolly pops and all day suckers will be served ns re- freshments. Those who attended the Junior-Senior banquet are to be ad- mitted free -but those who did not will be expected to pay 16c for their amusement. ( Music will be furnished throughout the program by Hub Hill at the piano. Old fashioned games snd tricks will furnish the entertainment. This is the first major class social of the new term and is made possi- ble by the efforts of Mr. and Mrs. M. B. McClure and Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Arrant co-sponsors of the class. Vernon Yearby will act as m...

Publication Title: Brand, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 23 February 1935

-4 -yr. V" " f i ' yf TJB f mmmj'-''' i - . tr. ' . - . l-v Tw THE HARDIN-SIMMONS BRAND i ' V WW Hft T ' 6 ' J1! ' t W R3- . I. V r : v life lift' r Kt - & 3i ' P '5 )0 H U. s til 1 '- y r C t a ' 1 i.lJ i- R '. m. r TJ . .. ta'rSj 0 ".AeT yrv . nr .1 f. .f& rc " - iff . .-. kc'v-'k n"J "i. . t Mw V :- ITtff .Brand A weekly college newspaper published every Saturday during the .Wheol year by the Hardin-Simmons Press Club in the interest of the Student Body of Hardin-Simmons University. Entered as second class mail matter Abilene Texas under Subscription Price per year First Place in Texas Intercollegiate Press Association 1931 First Place in Texas Intercollegiate Press Association 1932 First Place in Texas Intercollegiate Press Association 1933 First Place in Texas Intercollegiate Press Association 1934 ii ii iniiiiiiw iii'm tii ti mi WWII hi ii ii him n i miwi i itrriv"'rwT-MMWMMMlggB" Office: First Floor Abilene Hull 1302 University Drive. Downtown Office: Abilene Printing...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 23 February 1935

w tW THE HARDIN-SIMMONS BRAND SERVE t : "They Taste Belter" ICE MILK BUTTER and ICE CREAM Serving Hnrdin-Simmons Patrons and Friends Daily INRTA-MURAL TOURNEY GETS UNDER WAY Wrl .' 1. - k ; i u ; ijjjfa P altow lis. f3 J -fr; V Cowboy Grid Card Is Completed With Tough Competition Ten Games Are Listed For Approaching Season; 3 At Home Tech Comes To Abilene Schedule Includes Southern Methodist Baylor and Howard Payne According to nn announcement re- ceived this week from Gib Sandefcr business manager for the athletic de- partment of Hardin-Simmons uni- versity the Cowboy football schedule for 1935 has been completed. The ten game card is one of the most difficult that has been arran- ged for the Wranglers in their his- tory. Two of the games on the ticket are with Southwestern elevens. The locals meet Baylor at Waco Septem- ber 28 and the clash with Southern Methodist university October 20. Six of the games to be fought next year will bo with teams that were met this year by the hustl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 23 February 1935

. " -i? tWwwjj i4vi-"-.Vt J jaw- miO&k .i dM - A K Page Few THE HARDIN-SIMM0N8 BRAND . Jtfi-atv - A u FIWF 66(t599 Chub Bampet Is KMd lira Prison Settlxiiqi At WQxatani AMU.EMENTy P3 The "S" club and association held its annual banquet In the Wooton Hotel Saturday night featuring a prison themo in decorations program and menu. One hundred and twenty guests attended the affair at which J. B. Ncely president of the organ- ization acted as toastmastcr. High points of tho program which featured prison numbers and dialects was a talk by Frank Kimbrough who as the "New Warden" gavo plans for Cowboy athletics next year and J. D. Sandefer Jr. Welcome was given by Ncely and the response by Lacy Beckham. Kimbrough wns introduced by President J. D. Sandefer follow- ing tho awarding of letter certifi- cates to all senior athletes by Coach Leslie Crnnflll. Seniors receiving awards were Audas Smith Carl Pee J. B. Neely Will Edwin Routh Jim- my Neely Guy Crcighton C. S. Wil- liams Otto Rhome O...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 2 March 1935

'lf' Brand ARTIST COURSE MARCH 7 PAY SOPH BANQUET DUES VOL. 19 HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXAS MARCH 2 1935 No. 19 PUPPET SHOWS WILL BE GIVEN THURSDAY $$ Ji?!SV!fyw'$rT "T Mhp I bphjnnire8 Wfilfl Hold Annual Banquet Monday Night At Wtn Cowboys Sophomore Quintet Defeats Pirates To Insure Texas Title Cranfill's Record in Six Years Here Shows 53 Wins In 57 Games Wranglers Start Slow Opponents Score 319 Points To 493 .For Local Quintet Ilnnlin-Slmmons' lanky sophomore quintet dealt their departing mentor a send-off both "fitting and proper" when they presented Coach Les Cran- fill with the 1935 Texas conference basketball championship this week. It was the fifth for "Fats " boys in the last six seasons and the sixth for the Cowhands in the pnst seven years. Even before last night's tussle with Howard Payne which rounded out the regular season a hustling bunch of Ranchers had grabbed the crown Wednesday evening when they rnng- up their tenth consecutive conference battle with a s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 2 March 1935

f3v"?v: J.i-W f - :;- . - Pf e Tw THE HARDIN-SIMMONS BRAND ft r ? fer ST fr Vir ! h & ?. i' w t W . ITIp .Brand 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-Simmons University. Entered as second class mail matter June 22 1917 at the Postoffice at Abilene Texas under act of March 3 1912. Subscription Price per year $2.00 First Place in Texas Intercollegiate Press Association 1931 First Place in Texas Intercollegiate Press Association 1932 First Place in Texas Intercollegiate Press Association 1933 First Place in Texas Intercollegiate Press Association 1931 Office: First Floor Abilene Hull 1302 University Drive. Downtown Office: Abilene Printing & Stationery Co. Editor-in-Chief Dan Tarpley Business Manager William K. Ramsey Circulation Manager Robin Clack Managing Editor - Gaines Sliults Sports Editor Mach Mnchcn News Editor Ccarlcy Kinard Copy Editor Si Addington Socie...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 2 March 1935

-WT(Wr jwy. ' --9titv jc jp j -FfRTi! ' V7 $ lie . THE HARDIN-SIMMONS BRAND PCTfcfW . ( V I . V &t WJHHHo 5 S& Cowboys Down Yellow Jackets Last Night Cranfillmen Stomo HPC Crew 61-29 In Fast Furious Game Locals Chalk Up Early Lead and Hold It; 27-19 at End of Half BENSON HIGH SCORER Scroggins Gray Little and West Taken From Game Due To Personals Assistant Coach ny MACK MACIIEN Ilrand Sport Editor Hardin - Simmons' rangy sopho- mores mixed business with pleasure ngainst Howard-Payne last night and came out all the better for it. In the second half when their bitter opposition from Brownwood was safely salted away they raised both the Ire and "danderuff" of the Yel- low Jacket five by indulging in n friendly little gome of ball and jacks during time-out. Thereafter a tor- rid battle went from "fast to fierce" and Referee Adams called the per- sonals thick and fast. The final score was Gl to 29 one of the most convincing Cowhand victories on re cord against Howard-Payne. Paced ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 2 March 1935

Page Four THE IIAHDIN-SIMMONS BRAND wmm fiOeM By Cwgnirls Forty-three members of the Hnr-(lln-Slmmons Cowgirls made up nn evening thentru party Tucsdny eve- ning nnd snw "Dnvid Coppcrficld" nt the Paramount theatre After the show the squad returned to the Marston gymnasium for the serving of nn informal supper nnd to hold n business meeting. Ollie Lena Olsen president direct- ed the business hour when Ruby Lee Stringer wns mnde secretary to suc- ceed Mnrgarot Daniels who wns grad- uated nt mid-term. Rehearsal was held for stunts to be presented Friday evening nt the Howard Payne gnme nnd for a parade on Friday when the Cowboy band nnd Cowgirls will escort the M-G-M movie company. ; o ROMANTIC NEW FILM COMEDY STARS COLBERT Sunday Monday Tuesday "The Gilded Lily"' the new Clnu- dctto Colbert starring vehicle which comes to the Pnrnmount Theatre on Sunday Monday nnd Tuesday is n romantic nnd frothy comedy thnt boasts a totally new and unconven tional nppijach on the romantic nn gle. Sh...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 9 March 1935

' . IV I r-V"' J1 -4k SENIOR EDITION SENIOR EDITION 1. VOL. 19 HARDIN-8IMMON8 UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXAS MARCH 9 1935 No. 20 Brand mm ;. f I V r & r l V. f r Hi te. I. h i i w K S 1 if lte $' . I &"? & ' to " ' M :?? Mf :j. -; ws fjf . . it Ahoy Mates! Such language ns this was charac- teristic of the sophomore banquet held Monday night in tho Wooten in high style. The main speech it seems there must be one at every banquet was made by tho Prof. Junell. Ho was almost f or.ccd to leave when he start- ed hia speech due to his manetic at- traction for knives forks buns and one or two chairs. And the same night the Junior class brawled in the gym. Parson Yearby was master of ceremonies and the ice cream was thick and plentiful. But the president was not there. He had been invited and even forced to at- tend the -soph affair. While speaking of the junior proxy he is beginning to rate. Tommte Mao drug him to the city one day this week walked up to the box office of the Queen The...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 9 March 1935

Iff'' '.rf-i-'V J"? ';. M" Pi.y i to .. "--V -.- A'r . V. '' v- .v.-.a. " "" !- .j PaeTw THE HARDIN-SIMMONS BRAND few. 5; ;a. v. 5 H L - I V i') : a. . i;'yv 3.tv " JA .w 4? IB $fc$' dir .Brand 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-Simmons University. Entered as second class mail matter Abilene Texas under Subscription Price per year First Place in Texas Intercollegiate Press Association 1931 First Place in Texas Intercollegiate Press Association 1932 First Place in Texas Intercollegiate Press Association 1933 First Place in Texas Intercollegiate Press Association 1934 Office: First Floor Abilene Hull uowntown Ullice: Abilene Printing a stationery Co. Editor-in-Chief Dan Tarpley Business Manager William K. Ramsey Circulation Manager Robin Clack Managing Editor Gaines Shults Sports Editor Mnch Machcn News Editor Ccarley Kinard Copy Editor Si Addington Society Editor .. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 9 March 1935

.vjr -; wftviyyftpfi' ..nrtWW WSf; f THE HARDIN-SIMMONS ? i COWBOYS TO ENTER NATION ) &&L3WWR k; lc- ": 4 -HT- '" - -.$ ? S ' J". ' r ?" - r i s" iri?r -' i M r W ' ' Rancher Crew To' Leave Wednesday For Colorado Cifr Games Arc Scheduled Witt Tough Competition Enroute Canyon Is First Stop Trip Will Be First Attemt Of H-S. U. At National Recognition Hardin-Simmons Cowboys Texi conference champions will leave fl Denver Wednesday where they w enter the National A. A. U. basket-j ball tournament This toumamen 1 which is sponsored annually by tl National Amateur Athletic assocl lion and the cream of the amate teams from the various states are c: trees. Tho Ranchers after completing twelve-game conference schedul without a dcafeat are now ready to match prowess with the leading teams of other sections of tho country. Their first stop on the way is at Canyon where they play a two-gamo series with tho W. T. S. T. C. Buffa- loes a club which has lost only four or five' games this sea...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 9 March 1935

M(f"lfci I o -J "' "in! M IN-gIMMOks BRAND -' & layers Club Hears Historians Choose I' .' Hiui"T"BKiiwraHistia s pinto favors. The yacht "H-S 37" was christened by the class favorite Inez Morris. Si Addington class president was "captain" of the ship directing a program from the "captain's table" where yellow flowers wcro featured decoration Miniature boats in red and black marked guest covers and were given as dinner favors. W. C. Ribble class sponsor was presented in the main program talk which was entitled "The Anchor" while Frank Juncll professor of journalism at the university intro- duced humor into tho program in his talk "Pop-Eye the Sailor Man." Attired in sailor costume Peggy Jackson and Betty Miller presented a folk number while music was fur- nished by Hubert Hill and Fred Mar- tin. Both played pinno numbers and Martin gave his own accompaniment to sing several songs which included "By the Waters of Minnetonka" "Blue Danube" "Olo Man River" and a parody on "My Bonnie...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 16 March 1935

. Al i " . -. ( v - - . MV 4 y ; wr JUNIOR EDITION JUNIOR EDITION VOL. 19 HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXAS MARCH 16 1935 No. 21 "ft m 'v V ''--. ." " ' "t hp rana w m r y U - ' V IS IV If l ft R- i h'? bx r w r) !'&" Bfc-. lw 1 IP tf. Iw? m. !.'!- 'U w !."v. aa ru. I ih i T m !Jfc ' H-S. U. ELECTED TO SOUTHWEST JOURNALISM CONGRESS Choral Club Preaents 660paitipa99 M Auditoiuni Honday Mngfiut Freshmen Hold First Banquet Tonight At 8:00 O'clock In Wooten First Year Class Breaks Tradition To Sponsor Event Program and Decorations Of Affair Arc Being. Kept Secret Stark Is Toastmaster Finance Committee Must Have Dues By 3:00 O'CIock Today i The first banquet ever held by a first year class of Hardin-Simmons university will bo tonight at 8:00 in the modernistic ballroom of Hotel Wooten. It has been the custom of fresh- men classes of the past to sponsor n spring picnic for their one social event of the year but the class of '38 voted to break tradition and give a ban- quet Theme...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 16 March 1935

a vgw y- "f.''ffSvsV?' " "1 '" '. ";- - ' &AKZUr' .h -. . ;.r. ... .nry . f;.Tw ! THE HARDIN-SIMMONS BRAND . It. SH' 1&';I- f rl ift. & r i? i If 3 v J. hi K I?" ft AV f It"" VSK 31- I fr m IT' s fe it- 1" V Mn A ?'-.. 3 :a( "? ty t If1!" . jr .Brand A weekly college newspaper published every Saturday during the sehool year by the Hardin-Simmons Press Club in the interest of the Student Body of Hardin-Simmon9 University. Entered as second class mail matter June 22 1917 at the Postoffice at Abilene Texas under act of March 3 1912. Subscription Price per year .. $2.00 First Place in Texas Intercollegiate Press Association 1931 First Place in Texas Intercollegiate Press Association 1932 First Place in Texas Intercollegiate Press Association 1933 First Place in Texas Intercollegiate Press Association 1934 Office: First Floor Abilene Hull 1302 University Drive. Downtown Office: Abilene Printing & Stationery Co. Editor-in-Chief Dan Tarnlev Business Manager William K. Ramse...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 16 March 1935

p - " ' .-- ''' .' ;.''-".' "i"'- ' ft 0' " $ ' up; ' wj ' -Mi " . . ' " j. V. -I H -? ' ) Pa Tin ;; ..' i THE nARDIN-SIMMONS BRAND rV- V Better Dairy Product "V Rano? II 11E SERVE i . 4illVri.T - .;. n.iiiyij;u ijBkS!55Q 3i''f & THREE COWBOYS MAKE ALL-CONFERENCE "They Taite Better" ICE MILK BUTTER and ICE CREAM Serving Hardin-Simmons Patrons and Friends Daily Brand Picks Benson Glover McCollumOn All-Conference Texas League First Quintet All-Conference Roster Player Carol Benson J. J. McDanlcl Lewis Parker Robert Glover Sam McCollum Position Forward Forward Center Guard Guard School Hnrdln-Simmons Daniel linker A. C. C. Hardin-Simmons Hnrdln-Simmons "Bloody Rangers" And "Rulers" Enter Intra-mural Finals Three -Game Playoff Begins Tuesday Afternoon In Corral COUNCILMAN Three men from Hardin-Simmons one from Daniel Baker and one from A. C. C. arc the Brand's choice for tho all conference basketball team. This team has not a single man on it that is classified over the ranking of a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 16 March 1935

1 rtr Tt t W ; i. Page Povr THE nAHDIN'BIMMONS BRAND Sprawls Lectures TO SING SUNDAY SCIENTIFICALLY PASTEURIZED GRADE "A" MILK Economics Session "Instant Fudge" was the subject of V stak Fet Weidliirag EeM Fradlay Ewmrnig Hun Ansttnim Miss Ship Fry and Mr. Hollls II. Schulz were mnrricd Inst Friday eve- ning at 7:30 In the University Bap- tist church of Austin Texas. Tho vowa wcro recited before- on altar massed with fern interspersed with gleaming white takers in tall cnndlcbra. Dr. William Francis Fry father of tho bride and former head of the llardln-Slmmons Bible de- partment read tho ceremony. Attending tho bride were her sister Miss Ruth Fry maid of honor; an- other sister Mrs. William Hnmlqtt of Houston matron of honor; Misses Rose Mary Malonc and Valda Moore of Abilene bridesmaids. Elizabeth Early Hamlctt niece of the bride scattered rose petals as she approach-( ed tho altar. All were gowned in whlto moire colonial frocks fashioned with drop- shoulders and held with silver ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 23 March 1935

a- :... ?..?. '. r-r ' i I v.4 lu ix&b Wirfj j1'. ' i iif . J.r i t i - . V U.t -x ''" t '.'.)" " r H Fr": .. 1 SOPHOMORE EDITION SOPHOMORE EDITION r - VI '1 Miv r .W- t VOL. 1 HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXAS MARCH 23 1935 No. 22 "Jl fi SHULTS AND MORROW ELECTED EDITORS OF PUBUCATIONS s .'i")) :W Brand mm ' i.v y A llnffl .C'V-' U'VP. .m W 'Jt!il .'.Vf ;f ''. t ip mi r V " - . M . uj ? L- ' JKL 'rfl &- :. a..p Ur& . .1 Annual Senior Play wp After hours and hours of deliberation And days and days of confusion For you we're had no consideration lis thisour literary contribution. It's not very good; it's pretty bad; This little spasm of verse. It is superb In this one way: It couldn't be any worse. For the Freshman banquet ho made a date And gald "I'll send you taxi-fare. Meet me inside." The quarter was late When he arrived Butler was not there. With all the women this first year prexy Surely thinks he is a shark. Only the co-eds can settle that but Watch him girls...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 23 March 1935

'?r&w ws m&mm fSgW V S ' "o Q . 4 t I ' 15 1 J ' i i K It . - . Jv 1 t THE HARDIN-SIMMONS BRAND V WLS nrH' " V( I ft f ' H' ' J . - 5f- v t) M. ' S VJ M a. '- !'- ' '.'. . kvrSftV.. ' r i frVikO i1' tfti :..f - t'l.if- y Vff V : A weekly eellege sewsgaper kNMM year by Uw Hardia-SimmoM Frees Club in the interest of the t ; tNdeat Body of HanUa-SinmoM University. Eatored m second claw mail natter Abilene Texas under Subscription Price per year First Place in Texas Intercollegiate Press Association 1931' First Place in Texas Intercollegiate Press Association 1932 First Place in Texas Intercollegiato Press Association 1933 First Place in Texas Intercollegiate Press Association 1934 aiPa'riiiijsawaaBeaKaaaaHsajwiaiaaasanaBaMBnsiaas Office: First Floor Abilene Hall 1302 University Drive. Downtown Office? Abilene Printing & Stationery Co. Editor-in-Chief.... .................................................... .Dan Tarpley Business Manager ............. ......William K. Ramsey ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 23 March 1935

wtiwv r"rs$m& r M "AS"1- J-l' " ?.' TIIE HARDIN-SIMMONS BRAND ! 1 WgK i ' . ii iJadT ""JtfiMW. MM MkAmmt $m ? sap4' aL -L& SERVE ! .THINCLADS RUN TODAY AT STOCK SHOW Nine Track Men To Carry HSU Hopes In College Division Cowhand Group Confident Of Nabbing Several First Places J Andrus Goes With Team Squad To Be Exceptionally Strong in Hurdles And Dashes w KIMBROUGH TO START SPRING TRAINING Track Captain & V Nino Hardin-Simmons trnckstors ore competing: against a large field ; today in tho college division at the & Southwestern Exposition tack and Hi field meet in Fort Worth. Survivors t-iF from tne Pre"minnrlcs which began Jp at 0:30 this morning will participate ' in tho final rounds during the after- ' . noon. The Cowhand squad accompanied by Levi Andrus was confident of nab--r" blng several places on leaving for the annual meet Friday. Weakened some- what In the field events by tho ab- sence of several regulars who were away on the Denver A. A. U. cage trip tho loc...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 23 March 1935

7. - M '? t "-. FV : cj o TiJ- l K r Page Vmt THE HARDIN-SIMMONS BRAND IWtW" K? w- i w I Mas. Fireshmein (Giv Weeteii Mtotel For Ffirst Ttae to History First Freshman banquet In the his- tory of tho university was held In the ballroom of tho Wootcn hotel Monday night March 16. St. Patrick's motif waa carried out with tho program menu and decora- tions In green nnd white. Tables were arranged in cabaret style to repre- sent tho "Club Rendezvous". Green and white candles programs and placo cards covered with Bhamrocks and Irish hats were arranged on tho table to carry out tho St. Patrick theme. The entire ballroom was dec- orated with green ferns nnd n spot- light played over th epcakers and guests during tho banquet. Wallace Stark president of tho class presided over tho dinner which was followed by n program with Hol- man Jcnkens acting ns master of cere- monies. Joo Self led tho Invocation. The orchestra consisting entirely of members of tho freshman class play- ed several numbers ...

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