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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 16 April 1921

igMMmffltMHmKIWaiimiHlttB LOCAL ITEMS. fmmmwBMMmmmmMtomimmmBmamm I MrjtiMMMMMWMHBM8! wmmm 1 ( r 1 1 i; trr- i ii Ksanwoeu When a man begins to pay attention to his clothes he commences to im- prove in other directions. Smart Clothes set the highest standards for such improvements. D S qUUTY-M VAUIB-SERWCG Wo notice in tlio B'ptist New Mexican that Fred Colo is taking a leading part in D. Y. P. U. work at Artcaia. Frances and Thclma Jones spent the week-end with home folks at Rule. Hazel Brislow is spending tlio week end in Ft. Worth. Willie Hay McDonald "Josh" Barrett and Sam Malono left Wednesday night for Fort Worth where they will attend the annual T. I. P. A. meeting which is to be held at Texas Woman's College. Ermince Favor and Thclma Walker spent the week end With homefolks at Clyde. Kathcrinc Packwood and Euna Magce spent tlio week-end at their home at Hamlin. MINGUS-PRICE COMPANY (Men's Quality Outfitters) STYLISH HABERDASHERY is essential to your new outfit for Spring! Shi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 16 April 1921

'WW mwWyffJ'jUJimnifn'iiF 'fvw'"iww ypwrw -sTPrgTr ficpr'-mfr $wv-ffri&qjir''iilypf2?fr&yr "TMfw f?vmfT'Wf'w1'i'r''frr m m Iff II a COLLEGE gPORT O COWBOYS VICTIMS Meyer 3 Fowler; doubles Fowler Doug- Inn. T.ow 3 Iinitrn on linllq nfT Wnrit 3 OF HORNED FROGS 8trikc outs Meyer 7 Word 5; left on . bases Simmons 4; T. C. U 8; Time of game 1:55. Umpire Roy Bradley. That is the way it sounded out at Parra- moro Field Friday afternoon when Coach SOPHOMORES ENJOY Nance's Texas Christian University nine dragged the Cowboys around the field to tho tune of 10 to 2. Poor support given to Lefty Ward who had the mound for the Simmons crew contributed largely to the size of the final count. Five errors were made by the Cowboys in the infield nnd bad iudement made doubles and a. m. and accompanied by the class ... . 1 nlinnHnnH Kl Klau fM.j.u.11 1.1 .1 triples out of long flies which might haye " v 'A "' u"u '-"" "- r . off to Elm Creek on Mr. Gorsuch s ranch SUNRISE BREAKFAST The Sophomor...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 23 April 1921

m VolV SIMMONS COLLEGE ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY APRIL 23 1921. Number 29 - - ' ' ' ' ' ... L I Itv If i ' r ' COLLEGE SIRKUS WILL BE BIG ATTRACTION IN SIMONS MANY ATTRACTIVE FEATURES HAVE ALREADY REEN SECURED BY MANAGER GOODNIGHT. BIG PARADE HEADS PROGRAM Three Brass Bands Will Make Music For. All Day Event at Ath- letic Park. Definite plans for the "Kollcgo Sirkus" which is to take place at the Simmons ball park are now well under way and BOtne of the best attractions in the car nival business have already been signed up. Tho date has been settled but as yet has not been posted. Ono of the best entertainments of the day will be the big parade which is being planned to start tho day off. There will be three bands on the grounds to furnish tho music and besides all the side shows there will be "professional" carnival men selling confetti rubber balls squeakers and every other implement of fun which usually goes to make up a com- plete "Sirkus." The main attractions which will be free a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 23 April 1921

X KT SB. iw i ; tfIpimmonsBf?md J Published Weekly by the Simmons Press Club In the Interest of the Student Body of Simmons College. Entered as Second Class Mail Matter at the Post Office at Abilene Texas. Subscription Price per ycar..k...$2.00 Member of the Texas Intcr-collcgiatc Press Association. tainly one that appears very unworthy of. consideration. .The question arises in tho minds of all as to just how students that are financially unable to' do so are to be rcqulrdd t6 riay this. If they arc so tin-1 fortunato then it is certainly against all rules of justico and freedom that they! should be required to do so. Various schools have made various rules in regard to such cases excusing those in question if they can prove their condition by nffi- davit. As a result tho full privileges of student government are denied. They arc! not permitted to have any hand whatever .in tho management and conduct of the ' siuuuiii usauuiuiiuii. 11 is uiuy tun iu Office: Third Floor Scienco Buil...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 23 April 1921

9T T-yr'V 'i '"tjWf jj y r "i'W twr'pvjWffv'v" Hfttr JWffS" r '(V 1 ?Tf7S '"IfT'iWFpl )fnW- H H a )! (i . a n l X J3fc3 I-111 "J IH'P" ' a When a man begins to pay attention to His clothes he commences to im- prove in other directions. Smart Clothes set the highest standards for such improvements. AHUnt't FctvrlH J M rj SStppint FUci f ffl QUALITY-M VALUE -SEWCG )ii)i))iii(nimfl)(i)tDiiHiKi)ffliromBfflffla)mm(nmmron?nmniiTHnmn) Society Sunday School Classes Picnic. Despite the cold April norther the mem- bers of the Fidelia and Bcrcan Sunday School classes of College Heights enjoy- ed a very nice picnic at the German Gar- dens Saturday evening. The picnic was given hy the young ladies of the Fidclis Class in honor of the young men of the Ucrcan Class. Having met at College Heights at five o'clock they motored to the place of en- tertainment. Immediately upon arrival every one was busy gathering materials for a fire. Soon however the chill of the evening was forgotten while some of t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 23 April 1921

p J i - I IJlg ! I III. A Late View of Mary-Frahces Hall The New . Dresses -r. c ' 4 ' " ' - . " 1 .... . r -fsj .'.l UlllilniHHBTw 'Hl arc arriving from the markets nnd arc as fresh and pretty as Springtime flowers. Dainty Dotted Swisses Imported Dotted Voils Fluffy Organdies French and Plain ginghams in beauti- ful new patterns. Also combinations of Ginghams and Linen all in the new models and at prices that will appeal to you as being value for your money at .: $1350 up to $3250 The new Silk Dresses in all the new weaves and colorings arc here priced for quick selling at :.- $17.75 to $72-50 r K 'tK. ' CLLE(GE SPOMT c 3 rlTTJH J'1MH i -tk'i -M -hJaT-TM I B COWBOYS WILL MEET HOWARD PAYNE TEAM HERE NEXT WEEK The Howard Payne Yellow Jackets will play Coach Easter'day's Cowboys on the Parramorc Field diamond Monday and Tuesday April 25 and 26. The Yellow Jackets haye' been warming up on such 'eims as the Sweetwater teams of the West Texas League and the fast Daniel Baker nine The Cow...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 30 April 1921

rs VolV SIMMONS COLLEGE ABILENE; TEXAS SATURDAY APRIL 30 1921 Number 30 it mm Simmons BranA i i. I SIMMONS COLLEGE HAS GLORIOUS HISTORY DURING PAST 25 YEARS FIRST BUILDING WAS LOCAT- ED IN VERY HEART OF CATTLE COUNTRY. GROWTH HAS BEEN RAPID Faith of Founders in the. Great West Has Been Amply Justified. Within sound of the coyotes' howl hy night and the ringing "yip-I-addy-I-a" of the cowboys by day the foundation stones of what has become Simmons College were laid more than a quarter' of a century ago (July 4 1891.) The fields now the familiar haunts of a thousand or more students every year wcro then sparsely populated western plains fringed with mesquite and dotted here and there by a cow ranch or a rodeo corral. Abilene was at the time a struggling country vil- lage of a few hundred inhabitants. The single brick building that began to take form. on the site of our present beautiful campus was indeed a' stranger in Cowboy Land. The new-born institution was christened "Abilene Bapt...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 30 April 1921

; W!r'iip"Wr-fl" W 1 "yrsdS" -" 3Sn T" r it Slftj$immon$Brnna Published Weekly by tho Simmons Press Club in the Interest of the Student ' Body of Simmons College. Entered as Second Class Mail Matter nt the Post Office at Abilene Texas. Subscription Price per ycar......$2.00 Member of the Texas Inter-collegiate Press Association. Office: Third Floor Science Building Published Each Saturday Morning. wor k away from homo all day in the steam laundry the peanut factory tho mattress factory and tlomcstlc service. If no older person it at home for the noon hour the children arc given dinner at the nursery. Milk is given them and they are very ap- preciative of everything that is done for them. Mrs. Alcccc Woods the principal is the right woman in the right place. She teachers the children morals manners and tho Bible. She visits in the homes and works right along with tho Red Cross Public Health nurse. The nursery is sup-! ported by voluntary contributions of in dividuals fraternal orders...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 30 April 1921

'T- . V VT-mr-' 'WKIfff tt. :ri B tMftfflaaat When a man begins to pay attention to his clothes he commences to im- prove in other directions. Smart Clothes set the liighcst standards for such improvements. c D QUAUTY-MVALUB-SEnWO: POPE-CLIO SOCIETIES HOLD INTERESTING SES- SION OF SOCIETY COURT nOTWMHiKiwiHMg Hurry! We are Going to NEEDMORE'S" C D That is what they all say when they want anything in the way of Drinks Confections and Stationery. Yes and when they want the best in good Fancy and Staple Groceries at the lowest price they hurry to our store. "We Sell For Less" and those who deal with us save money on every bill they buy. Give us a trial. We deliver orders of $2.00. c D 20TH AND HICKORY STS. "WE SELL FOR LESS" PHONE 167 SIMONS SUPPLY STORE "Hear yol Hear yc! Court's In ses- sion! Courts' in scssionl Hear ycl" I With this proclamation in loud tones ' Sheriff John Alvis called the honorable court of the Pope-CIios to order Friday afternoon at 4 o'clock in Pope Hall. Judge ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 30 April 1921

i v IB I It ir -. w ' COWBOYS BREAK EVEN ' WITH YELLOW JACKETS IN TWO GAME SERIES Tli Cnw'-o'-s hroko even with the How- ard Payno Yellow Jackets In- n two-game r-'n op t IncM diamond Monday and Tuesday of this week. Tlio Yellow Jackets Von the first gamo by a score of 6 to 3 and tlio Cowboys captured the big end of 9 to 6 score on the- second day. The Firtt Came. Weather conditions .ideal for baseball featured the game between the Simmons CWKftVR pnd the viit'n Howard Pvnc Yellow Jackets played at Parramoro Field Monday afternoon. The game resulted in a 6 to 3 score with the Yellow Jackets on the upper end of the ladder. Therewas a marked absence of pep in the playing' of both teams. - The visitors got to "Lefty" Middleton in the first frame. After a b'd throw bv Collins had made Woodward's infold grounder a safety the swift richt fielder pto'e second. Henderson walked. Wood- ward tried to pilfer third nd was thrown out. Henderson took second on the throw and scored on Turner's dou...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 7 May 1921

w I Ift VolV SIMMONS COLLEGE ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY MAY 7 1921. Number 31 NEW WIRELESS PLANT IS READY TO SEND MESSAGE OUT OVER THE COUNTRY BIG PARADE SATURDAY AFTERNOON WILL START SIMMONS KOLLEGESIRKUS FRESHMAN PRESIDENT IS VICTIM OF UPPER CLASSMEN ON MONDAY SIMMONS SENIOR IS CUB REPORTER ON DAILY. PAPER AT BEAUMONT DR. HAL F. BUCKNER OF BAPTIST ORPHANS HOME SPEAKS IN CHAPEL SwpUpwpHf 'iiMfi w'nipii'igMi wp'mpw iw HHWPff Mil ugWPi c fe $ imroans Brani f j It. u :i w Iff u t l- it B't it ' The installment of the wireless tele- graph and telephone set which was pre- scntcd to the science department of Sim- mons College by the Senior 'Class of '21 has ; been completed and is now in touch wltli the entire wireless world. Amateur operators have intercepted a number of messages but as yet no message has been sent out -'as a permit must be secured from the United States government before this can be done. The plant just installed is modern in every detail. Wireless telegraph messages can b...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 7 May 1921

If $lf Simmons Cruu1 J Publieked Weekly by the Simmons Press Club in (he Interest of tho Student " Body of Simmons College. Entered as Second Class Mail Matter at tlic Post Offico at Abilene Texas. Subscription Price per year. $2.00 Member of the Texas Inter-collegiate Press Association. ' ' .ii... i Offico: Third Floor Science Building Published Each Saturday Morning. I 1 SAM MALpNE . Editor-in-Chief W. H. BARRETT . Associate Editor W A. KUYKENDALL .... Associate Editor S. C. GAKTMAN ... Business Manager sex that is not. tilled with the same dis- C C. BRADSHAW ... Asst. Business Mgr. graceful desire of capturing the heart of man which possessed the mind of primi- t the woman the college Freshmen commit Stall Editors' the heresy of running off to a co-education-Society .'. ..'. Hallie Hochland f 'chool.-Tlie United Statements (Bay- i?"1 -T 4-ftliN'Sl1 rHeavengsC above. Then just think how Sports ... ... C. E. Nicodemu. m . jn Smmons are foilovving lhe Exchange .. Horner H. Hullo wdr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 7 May 1921

-fC v?r "r-v" F'- 1 rT"n f.rnvv- -flpft fsv'WTf i :" WMMMtmmmiMTOilJflB ANOTHER WEEK OF 20 PERCENT OFF THE PRICE OF ANYTHING YOU ; ' BUY AT THIS STORE. J Yes 20 Per Cent Q(T regular prices 20 per cent off special prices 20. per cent off the price of all new goods coming in. Take full advantage of the savings while the .sale continues. The announcement that the sale will close is coming soon. .3 D L(Hiw6eu& QUALiTY-M vMue-smwee xmmmMsmmwmmmmmmmmmcmmmmmmmmmmmim MEETING OF FEDERATION OF WOMEN'S CLUBS OF 6TH DISTRICT WAS A SUCCESS raffiMDtDa3a)ffiiuma)a)UiflKBa)ffl!i)Di)(D!Bram(!)(M)o BLWiaMfflSraS&ffi22& Trade at NEEDMORE'S c J Where I can get what I want and at the very hest price. "They Sell for Less. Yes we are prepared to give you what you need at attractive prices. We give you service that can not he obtained elsewhere. Visit our store and see what we can do for you. Our fountain is for your comfort. c WE V1LL DELIVER A $2.00 ORDER. "WE SELL FOR LESS" SIMMONS SUPPLY ST...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 7 May 1921

rjf' twrr- .(Ysr fTf'n". V wny? rr- -wyy jjvj'-tiirT'w rnjJfcTWI! w''' ' -" "nrw "rT1jlll'w " -v- 'p- r'f t'e T- rF s"'W't' tw -j V k II 1 E I il ALUMNI ASSN. RECEIVES INTERESTING LETTER FROM MISSIONARIES The Ahimni Association of Simmons re ceivcd the following interesting letter from Mr and Mrs. J T. Fielder who nrc now missionaries in China: Mrs. Fielder was Lula Taylor and Is a memlier of the Class of 1915. Mr. Fielder was a member of the Class of '20.) "It was several weeks ago that we re- ceived a .nice lcttcr from you but 1 sup- pose that 1 am becoming assimilated to a certain degree for I find myself gradually becoming slower about doing things just as these people here n proof to this state- ment is that I am just now answering your loiter that came moro than a month ago. However this is no indication that we have not thoucht much of you and have read with special interest every line that t .... 1 .. 1. I- T) . .1 iihiI kli nas come. io us turougu me uiunu mm .- Breeze even...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 14 May 1921

V ife jHmmmt5 Brmifli y.iv SIMMONS COLLEGE ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY MAY 14 1921. Number 32 " V t r! ' 1 u I! t i ;? ' u I JOV tw I? ws r io v i U f OFFICERS ARE ELECTED TO GUIDE DESTINIES OF COLLEGE ACTIVITIES FOR THE COMING SCHOOL YEAR LITTLE OOMP'TITION CAUSES INTEREST TO LAG IN FIRST STUDENT GOV. ELECTION. STRONG MEN ARE ELECTED Student Government Will Be In Hands of Capable Offcers Next Year Only 223 students out of the 515 en- rolled in Simmons this term registered their votes for Students Association offi- cials at the college polls Tuesday. At the counting of the votes it was found that 77 women had voted and 146 men. The following officers were elected: For president Horace Tatum with 217 votes; for vice president George Mahon 221 votes; for secretary Willie Rao McDonald 220 votes; for treasurer Hoyt Ford 222 votes; for editor of the Brand H6ward (Josh) Barrett 211 votes; for business manager of the Brand Charles Brndshaw 220 votes; for editor of the Corral Homer Hutto 186 vot...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 14 May 1921

c h ! S 8ft)? SimmonsBmnd Published Weekly by the Simmons Press Club in the Interest of the Student Body of Simmons College. Entered as Second Class Mail Matter at the Post Office at Abilene Texas. Subscription Price per year. $2.00 Member of the Texas Inter-collegiate Press Association. world today does not need tho weak- ling and quitter. And it Is dollars to doughnuts that tho follow who loafs on tho Job and continually "flunks" otft in his school work Is going to mnko a m'sdrab'o failure it tho big gamo of life. ii . i i o SIIAMj W13 DO AWAY WITII COMiEGE SLANG? Wo fool sure that tho student of Engl.sh who reads Dr. Palmer's r ''CaU PiiltiirjiiinH i -tn...iti.t fniu KJV.l WUIIKUtlUil 111 UlllilUlU LWIO a determination to "look well to his ' speech." Vico-Prcsldont Marshall mado tho same plea All of us aro Office: Third Floor Science Building anxious to purify tho mother tongue Published Each Saturday Morning. v.l IJies.t ato surrender . . . . . . r tnat ot employ Jig "slnng" in ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 14 May 1921

w EffliUmittU)tiHtMUHtH ANOTHER WEEK OF 20 PERCENT OFF THE PRICE OF ANYTHING YOU BUY AT THIS STORE. C Yes 20 Per Cent Off regular prices 20 per cent off special prices 20 per cent off the price of all new goods coining in. Take full advantage of the savings while the sale continues. The announcement that the sale will close is coining soon. - c J ytTSi Aci.ir.t 1 1 evtrx'.i Cfanwoeus quAury-Jf VALue-sEnycc :nMi)utmiKOT!uu)u?UMMKim!mffi KOLLEGE SIEKUS PARADE MAKES HIT WITH ABI- LENE BUSINESS MEN (Continued from pngo one.) their share of making the affair a success. The night's entertainment began with o hand concert which was followed by the beautiful "Dance of Flowers" by some twenty girls dressed in airy costumes of varied colors. Then came acrobatic stunts consisting of wircwalking by Ilcv. J. W. Ncwsome; high diving by Floyd Boles; pole-vaulting by Coach Easterday and Joe Kennedy; and boxing exhibitions between Tut Tabor and Ed Dloxom and between Jim Wood and Luke Griffith. Again...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 14 May 1921

!.ii m 'P WlifJJTffy .fPg'i'm'y mjU1 WJfppUll "M WW Wl ft iV" ? JTWSrr.w'i.T'!7WTi'iww' -- ?rwfTp"?WTP''f ' i "V" nUWT s "i lJP"'l'lWI Graduation Dresses Bao calaureate Dresses and . Accessories IB C GREENHOUSE. DOMESTIC SCIENCE LABORATORY D ! T"i)Tvjji vnH II ; I RELIGIOUS ACTIVITIES. 1 Curd of Tlmnks to Business Men. Walter Lowry assisted by Mis- sionary Tyson has been in a good mooting at Escota whero thoro wore ten conversions and fourteen addi- tions to tho church. The church called Bro. Lowry as pastor and ho has accepted 'Ills ordination has been called for and will tako place Boon at tho Cqllcgo Heights Church. A. A. Tucker and family returned Tuesday from a visit ' to their old hdmo in Parker county. "VVhllo thoro Bro. Tucker preached at h'8 homo church and reports tWo surrenders to tho ministry. Dr. It. C. Pender wont with W. H. Hughes to his appolntmont Sunday and took an offering of more than $00 for Buckner Orphans Homo. Good words como from ail tho preachers most of th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 21 May 1921

mmmmm WWRWJ f mmpppfffTOQ ii w.immwnmf np i .jhii 711. 1 1 jnpnmp WK V'i'J' H ' i'BJJ'W VolV SIMMONS COLLEGE ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY MAY 21 1921. Number 33 Alumni Making Preparation for Great Time at Annual Banquet .II'IUPI .l'HlWfWH gfly Simmons BrnnA AT LEAST TWO HUNDRED ' ALUMNI ARE EXPECTED TO BE PRESENT. BUSINESS MEETING JUNE 6 -1 Interesting Program Is Being Prepared For The Evening Hour. Tho Alumni Banquet that Is given ovory year by tho Alumni of Simmons collego la looked forward to from year to year and is always expected to bo one of tho most cnjoyablo af- fairs of commencement week. Tho one this year bids fair to exceed all other Fully two hundred alumni are expect- ed to bo present. This banquet will bo held at Hotf-1 Graco on JUno 6. The business mect- wlll begin at 4 o'clock in the. after- noon. At 8 o'clock a program will bo rendered. Stiles R. Anderson head of tho music department in Simmons will glvo a piano solo and a quartette composed of seniors will be rendered W...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 21 May 1921

E I I I' $ ItypSimmonsItomfl Published Weekly by the Simmons Press Club in the Interest of the Student Body of Simmons College. Entered as Second Class Mail Matter at the Post Office at Abilene Texas. Subscription Price per year $2.00 Member of the Texas Inter-collegiate Press Association. Office: Third Floor Science Duilding Published Each Saturday Morning. SAM MALONE Editor-in-Chief W. H. BARRETT . .. Associate Editor W. A. KUYKENDALL . Associate Editor S SUBAN r """rr? MT.gCr C. C. BRADSHAW .. Asst. Business Mgr. Stafl Editors: Society .. .- Ilallie Hoghland Local ...... ... Mattie Conaway Sports . C. E. Nicodemus F.iphflnpi" Homer H. HuttO Jokes .Marie Dawlcy RfirsTiirActTTMi Sctt W Hicker HeliKioui ActiYities Sett W. 'ey Alumni ....... Nena Kate Kanuey Reporter for This Issue Qladvs Rcddoll. Mrs. J. D Mark- ham J. D. Markhilm. J. W. Rold Ethel Boyd C. E. Bradshaw. John Cox; Hoyt Ford W. A. Kuykendall. o THE LITERARY S Tho committee appointed by the legls latlve assembly to revi...

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