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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 9 February 1917

" f J pi Simmons . Vol.1 SIMMONS COLLEGE ABILfcNE TEXAS FRIDAY FEBRUARY 9 1917 No 16 Brand h k r t v IF f. " h SIMMONSiEASILY TRIUMPHS OVER B.T.S. IN TWO CLASHES Simmons Boys Show Usual Sterling Worth l)MT. S. Exhibits Much Basketball Capacity .The Wasps tfromi Britton. Training School .alighted on Parramoro Field iast 'Friday afternoon with' tho reso- lute purpose of serving tho Simmons Basketball team a double stinging and as they wore piloted by our former cpach overyono know that they would possess basketball knowledge. But tho Simmons Steamers had In- stilled Into them by tho combined "pep" loyalty and enthusiasm of oyer six hundrdd students tho determina- tion to singo the. Yellow Wasps of CIb- cp. Accordingly they entered tho game with ready determination to gain vie- tory. Tho Purple arid Gold signals ran Hko clockwork; and it was a mental mechanical process put into execution bjjr our local representatives' that caus- ed tho leather' clad sphere to course its way through th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 9 February 1917

. .j THE SIMMONS BRAND X The Weekly Publication of Simmons Pnllncrrt Ahllnnn Tntna ( Pwt .. . . Application for entry as second class matter at the Post Office Abilene Texas pending. Subscription Price the Yoar...1.50 Member of tho Texas Intercollegiate Press Association Staff Selected from Studont Body on Merit Basis. who has formorly taloen such a largo DRAMATIC CLUB SCOItES part In Simmons affair. Tho Brand IMMENSE SUCCESS IN TLAY had no intention of being so "previous" (Continued from page 1.) but It was plainly a mistake duo to dreBS Pmps given by tho Anderson zealous roportlng . Dry aoda Company m . j Everyone was so pleased with tho. Perhaps this lssuo of Tho Brand club's presentation of the comedy that should be called 'Poet Spoclal" but It has been urgently requested that It don't blamo us for tho predominances of bo given again as yot it is not so-called poetry r.exnombor tho ago- known Just when tho request will ho old excuse for tho snmo which seems compiled with. But th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 9 February 1917

CAMPUS CLIITINGS 4 . 4 4 H Fred Ballos of Wichita Falls has enrolled as a now student. Miss Franklo Osment spent Satur- day and Sunday In Anson. Miss Mao Robinson spent Friday with hor sister 0. D at the Homo. Mr. and Mrs. Conoway and Ruby of Colorado visited at O. I. H. Sunday. Miss Velma Amis has been called homo on account of hor sister's ill- ness. Misses Wilma Garrett and Efflo . Middloton spent part of laBt week -In Merkel. Tom Aycock of Midland sent greetings to his former friends In Simmons. MIsb Bulah Qnrrott and Mr- Bullock both former studentB of SlmmonB were married last Sunday. Proxlo was In chapel Tuesday after an oxtended trip In the interest of the campaign for Christian Education. County Superintendent Hutto of Has. kell County a former Simmons stud- ent was a visitor In Chapol Tuesday. SlmmonB "teachers" are filling a largo porcentago of the positions in all this territory. Como to Slmmcns! A liberal offering to Christian Edu- cation was made at Merkol Sunday when ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 9 February 1917

p i IB - our buyer has just re- turned from Chicago and we now offer for your inspection about 400 nice misfit Suits. These are extra good bargains Priced right. Also new furnishings. MISF IT Clothing Co. iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii If we please you on your White Sweaters why not give us a trial on your Suit Coat Suit or Dress ? ONE DAY SERVICE Our Motto. CAGLE TAILORING COMPANY Phone 58 Hotel Grace Bldg. 4 "SIAOIERINGS OF SIM." Tho man that ''gets by" is tho ono that docB not waste all of his cnthusl' asm in cussing and knocking. Why not talk a little more to ono another and a little less about one another? Shaw at hotel as the porter was taking his suit case "Hero tfiat bo- longs to me." was: Everyone should attend these splendid lectures tho girls aro re- quired to do so tho boys aro urged to." MIbs Breedlove says that when a boy gets "girl onthe brain" it Is worse than brain-fever. Did you ever stop to think that the player who stopped on third base to congratulate himself did not ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 16 February 1917

The Simmons Brand Vol. I SIMMONS COLLEGE ABILENE TEXAS FRIDAY FEBRUARY 16 1917 No 1 SIMMONS DELEGATES 10 CONVENTION IN LOUISVILLE RETURNED A. A. DuLnney Brings EnUiusinsUc Itcport of Splendid Meeting In Kentucky to Local S. M. A. A. A. Du Laney th.oi.TP dologato for the Students' Missionary Association to tho Convontlon of the North Amer- ican Movement has returned "Mr. Du Laney Is very enthusiastic over tho outlpok for tho groat Movement started by Prof. Ball of tho South- Western Seminary at Fort "Worty only a year ago. Tho enterprise has grown until now there Is wide Inter- est throughout North America. In making his report Mr. Du Laney 'sal'V: "There wore about six liu.. dr.ed students present from twcnt Bates. Nino Foreign Countries werd represented by returned Mlsslonarlea Preachers Educational Secretaries Missionary Secretaries Laymdn and many other cf tho most prominent men of our entire continent put asldo their work to attend tho 'Baptist Students Missionary Movement at Lo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 16 February 1917

THE SIMMONS BRAND Tho Weekly Publication of Simmons College Abilene Texas. Entered as second class matter at tho Post Offlco at Abilene Texas under tho Act of Congress March 3 1879. Subscription Prlco tho Year.... $1.60 COLLEGE CHOIR Wo are glad to see an added Inter- est In tho College Choir of late. Thoro was a phenomlnal Increase In attend- ance of same on Thursday mornlng( ) Mr. Payno Is doing a good work espo BASEBALL WORKOUT Td BEGIN MONDAY WEEK (Continued from pago one.) Member of tho Texas Intercollegiate Press Association Staff Selected from Student Dody on Merit Basis. Offlco Third Floor Library Building Mildred paxton Edltor-ln-Chiot Mamlo Goodnight ....Associate Editor Claud Lloyd Editor of Corral R. W. Foy: .-. .Business Manager Horaco Blackwoll..A8st. Bus. Manager J. J. Kceter Circulation Mgr M. L. AdTlsory Editors: Dr. O. H. Cooper Mrs. Q. H." Sandcfer Dr. W. F. Fry. Department Editors: Mopson Nowfl J. W. Hodges General Activities It. W. Foy ..' Athletics Florenco Mor...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 16 February 1917

' . . CAMPUS ClllTINGS 4 Miss Floy RcoVcs Is In Dallas at tending tho Grand Opord. Miss Love Jones visited homefolks In Rising Star last week. Mrs. R C. Crano of Sweetwater visi- ted Miss Brecdlovo lnBt week. Mr. Earl Isbll of tho class ot '16 was a visitor on tho catnpuB last week. Miss Ruby Conaway and sistor from Colorado wero visitors at Q. I. II. last week. Miss Graco Ttord spent Saturday and Sunday at hor homo in Sweet water. Miss Mary Robinson of Caps came in for the Inter-Society debate Friday night. Mrs. J. D. Stamper and llttlcdttuRli- ter visited Miss Jessie Stanper Sat- urday. ' - Mrs. W. E. Woodward of Roscoe is visiting hor daughter in Mary Frances this week. There was a noticeable rush Chapel seats in the balcony Thursday morning ? ? for on Misses Ruth Darkley and Cecil Con- oway went to Dallas to attend tho Grand Opera tho first of this week. Messrs. Deighl and Hlgglnbotham students of Howard Payno wero guests of tho Phllo Society at Sim- mons Saturday and Sunday. Mr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 16 February 1917

taken from her jilaco among tho dig- nified ones In tlio "balcony and given a scat In tho ''"roalms below." For further opinions oil this subject ask Gladys Hollls. IPP S i The distinctive smartness thnt. mnlces for n distinguished nir in Spring footwearthe certain fine style so eagerly sought and so seldom found invites the cleverly gowned woman here now more satisfying than ever before. The last and most lasting word in fashion's latest fads and fancies is emphasized in these authentic new arrivals. As true in quality as they are in style. Nothing to fear about Wear and nothing to distress riboult fit. Novelty effects in all leathers at $5 to $9.50 a pair with many fair prices in between. Mifiter Dry Goods Co. Abilene's Progressive Store 4 "SIMMERINGS OF SIM." 4i 4: ".Just keep on koeplng on." Possibly Hans 4s going to start a ranch with h'.s extra "Broncos." ? ? "1 haven't been expelled but I've been' so nigh that I hard the Dean say give mo "49." Don't give it to me now Just let...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 23 February 1917

J SENIOR NUMBER sA a . Vnl I SIMMONS COLLEGE ABILENE. TEXAS FRIDAY FEBRUARY 23 1917 No 19 SimmonsTriumphs Over Baylor in Agonizing Game ' &-Qftv SimmansBnmfl s SIMMONS WILL PROBABLY HAVE DAY IS SUCCESS - PROGRAM HIGH CLASSED PATRIOTIC AND LOYAL NINETEEN SEVENTEEN CLASS LARGEST THAT EVER SAT ON SIMMONS PLATFORM. Following the example of former Graduating "Classes the Senior ClaBS of 1917 occupied the morning hour from 10:30 to 11:30 on Thursday February 22. For years It has been the custom of the Senior Class to ren- der their annual class-duy program and to present the class gift on this occasion. When the Class filed Into the Chapel promptly at the appointed hour they fifty strong were" greeted enthusiastically by a large and Inter- ested audience. When the Seniors were all assem- bled on the stage at the Invitation of the Class President the entire audi ence stood for the Invocation which "was pronounced by Mr. W. D Bond. the class Chaplain. Following the Invocation the Secret...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 23 February 1917

?W"'"i.'lWf S" Hf Wr A lftf $imraons.Br?ind The Weekly Publication of Simmons College Abilene Texas. ."Entered as second class matter at the ost Office at Abileno Texas under the Act of Congress March 3 1879. Subscription Price the Year... .$1.50 Member of the Texas Intercollegiate Press Association that the faculty threatens one with. in Wake For.eet. Course. Something enclosed In one Jr JKeeter may teach school; more or more tcct books -vyhtch ono 1b like- .likely will bo a medical student in ly to flung on unless ho reads up oh . John Hopkins. Staff Selected from Student Body on Merit Basis. Office Third Floor Library Building Mildrod Paxton ...... .Editor-in-Chief Mamio .Goodnight . ... Associate Editor Claud Lloyd. ..'.... .'. Edttor of Corral R. W. Foy. Business Manager Horace Blackwoll..Asst. BUS. Managor J. J. Keeter ...Circulation Mgr Adrlsory Editors: Dr. O. H. Cooper Mrs. d. tl Sandcfor ' Dr. W. V. Fry.' Department Editors: M. L. Hopson .................. .Nown J. W. Hodg...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 23 February 1917

Y 4 4 CAMFUS CLI1TINGS MIrs Ola Yoatts was In Stamford for tho wcokrond. Mr. J. J. Koctcr 1b spending a fow clayB In Elbert. Miss Dill Bill Meadows visited her parontB in Winters Sundaj. Miss Ola Kennedy of Balllngor vis- ited friends ata.-4. H. last weik. Miss Lota Dunn visited hir sister In Mary-Francos during the pant week. .'Jon Maydone Kennedy and Brantloy Cobb spent a few dayc in AnBon re- cently. Mr. Forrest Weakley 'IB who J8 teaching In 'Sonora Texas visited Simmons on Monday. Clyde White ono of tho many ""Simmons tcachors" located In West Texas was a visitor on tho campus .Friday. Dr. J. C. Burkot male a very Inter- esting talk In chapel Monday about Dr. J. B. Simmons tho founder of this college. - Dr. Stuart Coop'oi of El Paso son of. Dr. O. H. Cooper and a former student of Simmons was a .visitor nt the college Friday. Miss Alfa "Winston and Miss Mary Day formerly Simmons students made n visit to tho College Friday to attend tha annual social event the Valentino Receptio...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 23 February 1917

t y fc - 1 . 1 - "-i- ""'HJ 'A rf" ir Smart Styles tn Spring Clothes j YOUNG men" and young Women will find at this store all that' new in Spring Apparel. OUR READY-TO-WEAR SEC tjons are now showing a fine assort- ment of Spring Suils Cpats Dresses Wais's and Millinery for women and misses. OUR MEN'S WEAR DEPART- ment offers the broadest assortment of Spring Clothes and Furnishings to be found in West Texas. is JUbms'l Fmm ittfflnt rutt anwo& n7JniniiifiYicjrin'W'''1 S . ffi tea j WHO'S WHAT IN 17 CLASS W. I). Bond. "V. D" Is one of our most "heady" members when itomes to head work. jFcr several years ho has been student assistant- In the English department liind has demonstrated his literary ability aiong dllferent lines. Ho was Editor-In-Ghlef of the Corral last year which was n monthly magazine at the time. Ho was olccted'Edltor-In-Chlcf of the Bronco but declined ow- ing to his heavy work. Ho Is studious and . dignified! and you can always count on him to "deliver the goods....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 2 March 1917

WUlliiiipiiillii!lil mmmmmmMmmmmmml&"'' immonsBnmfi C Vol.1 SIMMONS COLLEGE ABILENE TEXAS FRIDAY MARCH 2 1917 No 20 ' V. A DR. H. C. MABIE OF BOSTON IN SERIES OF LECTURES THIS WEEK CLOSES 1ED TENOR SOLOIST IN RECITAL AT COL- LEGE AUDITORIUM SIMMONS WILL HAVE PRELIMINARY PEACE CONTEST HERE THIS EVENING ISEASON WITH E DEFEAT OF T. I. P. A. CONTEST la'lwlRiwn1nwwllHllllnllfapw'H!J' ii'wwinpiyii.jw'wm"iwp;nnpiw!'m"iwifwiwii.- iipwMWIWPWPEP f.h? v v Subjects of the Hour Discussed at Chapel Periods 'and Splendid Ed. ucatlonal Opportunities. Drt Mablo of Boston 'who was for years Secretary of Missions under the Northern Baptist Convention and who has sovoral times been afound tho world in the interest of that work is spending this week with Simmons. Out of IiIb rich and varied experiences ' as a preacher theologian author and traveler he is giving two lectures a day in the college auditorium to large and appreciativo audiences. ' Mrs. Mable who by the way has had broad experiences in m...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 2 March 1917

I It: i i lit It 2fyp Simmons Brand Tbo Weekly Publlcatloii of Simmons . College Abilene Texas. . i i 1 Entered us second class matter at tbo Pnai Clitic At Ahllftilft. Tonh. .itnrlnr ilho. Act of Congross March 3. 1879. Subscription Prlco the Year .. $1.50 Member of the Texas Intercollegiate Press Association Staff Selected from Student Body on Merit Basis. Office Third Floor Library Building Mildrol paxton Editor-in-Chlof Manjic Goodnight ....Associate Editor Claud Lloyd.. Editor of Corrnl R. Foy. . i .... . .Businogs Manager Horaco T31nckwoll..Asst. Bus Manager 4. .1. Kcetcr ..... .....Circulation Mgr . . AdTlsory Editors.: Dr. O. H. .Cooper Mrs Q H. S'andcfer .Dr. W F. Fry. Department Editors: M. L. Hopson ..-............. ..Nern J. W. Hedges ...... General Activities R. V. Foy .. Athletics Florence Morrow ........ Personals Myra Barnes ............... Specials Anna Morris . . . .". Fine Arts Merrltt Clemens Specials Grnco Hord ..-.-. Exchanges Reporters: Margaret Goodnight Ruth...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 2 March 1917

'.1. & ' " . FERRIS PRICE BAN- QUETS BASKETBALL B(HS (Continued from pago T.) to Ayoll deserved success ho reviewed tho soaBon jiist closed praising and thanking tho hoys for tholr splendid work nnd offering holpful sugg.es- tlons. It wftB "Coach" speaking t tho team as only "Coach" can. Mr. Price by this delightful affair offored n fitting tribute to tho Simmons Bas- ketball team of J.91G-17. MINTER DRY MISSION 'i&: 4f ! vJtr V ' . -P?i -y ZJli 'fcniiin ' w rlT" t " s ' ni i mi i' m riBv Fix Hbr. ?-: -;- -fittBCH h QUEEN SATURDAY-CHARLIE CHAPLIN In "The Night Owls" and "The Vampires" Start that Kodak Book NOW! ' DON'T YOU KNOW THAT Photographs are the most interesting things that you can take home with .'. . x you from College : v The ART" 6HOP You Simmons Bqys and Girls GOME EVERY FRIDAY To See FRANCIS X. BUSHMAN and BEVERLY BAYNE in 'The Great Secret' At the M ISSION 5c and 10c How tho Mind Works (!) Calob Re.ed was asked In claBB for an example of a proper noun. . Mb pro...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 2 March 1917

buckets and pans Thus moved onward tho picnic fans Smart Styles Where STYLE and QUALITY Count in wwiamon mmnsmBxnm Lr r - - juruuecasw Spring Clothes YOUNG MEN AND YOUNG Women will find at this store all that' new in Spring Apparch OUR iREADYvTO-WEAR SEC- ti.bns are now showing a fine assort- ment 6f Spring Suns Coats Dresses Waists and Millinery for women and' misses. OUR MEN'S WEAR DEPARf- meht offers thcbfoadcst assortment of Spring Clothes and Furnishings to be found in West Texas 1 AUUii't Fmrit I Skttit PI . 'anwoei A PLAY OF MANY ACTS. ; ACT I. . Scone I In tho Dorm. 'Saturday! Saturdayv .such ' a lot of work!- r.; ( Do you 'suppose there is a chance to 1 ahlrk? . Oh I have It! a picnic that's jolly good fun Let's "off to tho woods by three o' tho sun. "Who'll' taltp us? Oh dear me! Well let mo see Ndw to Miss Phillips let put up a gbod plea. For eho tho ono Who's in for tho fun. '. . - Scene II Tho Squad. Company halt! Respond to your name ' ono and all Or to thepicnlc you c...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 9 March 1917

yiyr wwBfwmrTp ywy yr-w'" wmjyyyHip j vty vm fc" iftfvmmmfrmrrf wynnw wiv "rt y "H1 "''y-wr tts -wu i ' y ww"' -iww yy-WJ ' . r Vol.1 SIMMONS COLLEGE ABILENE TEXAS FRIDAY MARCH 9 1917 No 21 I. D. M. WIGGINS WINS FIRST PLAGE IN LOCAL PEACE GONTEST DR. MOON OF ALABAMA SUMMARY OF BASKETBALL SEASON GRATIFYING. OR. COOPER SPEAKS ON NATIONAL EVENT AT CHAPEL TUESDAY GLIOS AND PHILOS NAME DEBATERS ' FOR SPRING CLASH TO BR. TOLMAN -! ypmtyyt-TF ?Pif)Wqngjpplllllf- $h? Simmons Brawl Will Ably Itcprcscnt Simmons In Dls trlct Meet Tho local conteBt of tho .Peace Ab- soclation which was a preliminary to tho district and stato cdntest was held laBt Friday ovenlng in tho Col- logo Auditorium. D. M. Wlgglua won first placo and Rupert Johnson won. second place. Mr. Wiggins will rep- resent Simmons In tho district con- test. There wore only four 'onirics in tho .contest their names and subjects of their orations being as follows: Women War and 'Peace Rupert Johnson The Price of Peace Robert McDan- io...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 9 March 1917

a r t f i JUjeSrimmonsBrnnfl Tli Weekly Publication of Simmons " 'College. Abilene Texia Entered as second class matter at the Post Office &t Abilene Texas under the Act of Congress March '3 1879. - Subscription Prico tho Year.... $1.50 Member of tho Texas Intercollegiate Press Association Staff Selected from Student Body on Merit Basis. Office. Third Floor Library Building' Mlldrod Paxton . . . . . .Editor-ln-Chlef Mamie Goodnight n.. Associate Editor Cfaud Lloyd .Edllor of Corral It. W. Foy .. Business Manager 'Horace Blnckwoll..ABst. Bus. Manager J.. J. Kecter ....'..... Circulation Mgr AdTlsory Editors: Dr. O. H. Cooper1 Mrs. Q. It.' Sandofer ' Pr. W. F. Fry. ' Department Editors: M. L. Hopson News J. W. Hodges .... v.. General Activities It. W. Foy Athletics Florence Morrow . .Personals Myra Barnes . ...i .- Specials. Anna Morris . . Fine Arts Merrltt Clemons .. Specials Grace H6rd t Exchanges new plan which Is to be put Into prac tice shortly is filming at an improve- ment...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 9 March 1917

T T T T t '"I tV T 'l 1 V 4 :&' .:..?i ft . . . iS -. ''L . ii.u i V" h i M INTER DRY SUMMARY' OF BASKET- 1 BALL SEASON. (Continued from pago 1.) lor on tho local court. Tho first gamo was played in. a wln;or-dlo spirit; and . was hard fought throughout the en- tires forty minutes. Tho team work ' and fighting spirit again brought vlc- .'"' tdry to our five. In tho Becond game ' 'although fcaylor fought hard tho Uni- versity team was out-played vln air most every phase of tho gamo. Cap- tain Johnson a 'member of the class of 1917. will bo tho only member of tho team who will .not bo back next year. v.. ' With tho experience of this year to profit by and tho victory of tho past to 'encourage them wo predict for Simmons a championship team for 1918. Gnmcs and Scores Simmons 69 A. H. S 9 Simmons.... 38 A. C. C 12 Simmons 30 H. P. C. 11 'Simmons. .20 H. . C 12 Simmons .'.lft Baylor 23 Simmons... 21 Baylor 22 Simmons.. 22' S. 'M U... 15 v . Simmons.. 18 S. M. U... ....... 25; Simmons...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 9 March 1917

Young Men ! NOW is the time to "spruce up" by casting off winter "heavies" and blossom forth in a new Spring suit. We've Got'em Boys I Every thing from the Rah! Rah! fads to the gentle conser- vatives all made to your measure at prices within the reach of all. $18.00 to $50.00 NEELY-BARNES The Man's Store ! I I I I I I I I ;!! I our buyer has just re- turned from Chicago and we now offer for your inspection about 400 nice misfit Suits. These are extra good bargains Priced right. Also new furnishings. MISFIT Clothing Co. lH I I III I I I I I !!! WITH OUR FRIENDS. . t ...Baylor U. Mae Caglo ropreaontlng tho Callio- pean Society was gven first place In debato between Girls Societies. Tho question debated was Resolved: that tho several states should adopt a minimum w.ago law for unskilled la- bor constitutionality 'conceded.'-' Ynlc. An interesting fact is revealed by the Yale Alumni Weekly In straw votes taken' at Harvard and Yale it was ascertained that 72 p.or cent of tho student bod...

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